'Ethics and Animals is a wonderfully readable introduction to the range of issues that come under that heading. Lori Gruen is not only a fine philosopher, but also a person with genuine empathy for animals, and the ability to express that in writing.' Peter Singer - University Center for Human Values, Princeton University
It is difficult to believe that in about 1960 practically nothing was known about the thymus and some of its products, T cells bearing αβ receptors for antigen. Thus I was lucky to join the field of T cell biology almost at its beginning, when knowledge about the cells was just getting off the ground and there was so much to discover. This article describes findings about these cells made by ...
Susan Aylworth is a retired professor of English from California State University, Chico, where she taught writing for 30 years, a wife of 42 years, a mother of seven children, gramma to 21, and the author of 10 novels. Her books have been published by three publishing houses and in five languages.
Sandra joined Treasury Wine Estates in March 2013 as managing Director for the Americas region, was quickly promoted to Chief Commercial Officer. She was then appointed President of the Americas region overseeing more than 1,200 employees in the US & Canada, ten wineries and 47 vineyards covering 11,600 acres in California.
Ski Magazine Back Issues and Index, 1941-1993. In 1935 Seattle native Al Nydin had the idea for a magazine about skiing. Until that time most ski periodicals and annuals were association-published. In publishing America’s first independent, commercial magazine, Nydin used the title SKI. The first issue appeared in January 1936.
Sep 10, 2021 · A Light Goes Out. September 10, 2021 by J.A. Jance. Mary Ann and Jeff Swenson. The mid-seventies were pretty dark times for me. My first husband and I had left the reservation because he had assured me that he’d stop drinking if he wasn’t around his drinking buddies. Not only that, he had always wanted twenty acres on a river.
Feb 23, 2020 · Mary Beth was born in Buffalo, New York on November 1 7, 1943 to Benjamin H. and Martha J. Anderson and grew up in Syracuse, NY, Youngstown, OH, and Pittsburg h, PA. She graduated from Mt. Lebanon High School in 1962 and in art education in 1966. She married Donald W.Baxter in 1966 and raised her family in Northville, MI.