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61. Torchbearer Magazine: Summer 1996: Classnotes
He is a former city Editor of the Knoxville NewsSentinel and was a News-Sentineland UPI Neil E. Byerley earned the professional designation of CMA for
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George S. Knight, Alexandria, Va., has practiced law for more than 50 years.
Irma Fitch Giffels, Fayetteville, Ark., received the 1995 College of Human Ecology's Arch of Achievement award for service and achievement. She began her career as a high school teacher in Rogers, Ark., and later became a district home economist for Westinghouse Electric's southern region. During WWII, she became the national coordinator to a nutrition program and served on national committees on price administration, food administration, and advertising.
James P. Burns owned and operated Climate Control Co. Inc. from 1948 to 1979. He and his wife, Charlotte, live in Bristol, Tenn.
Roy Ketner McDonald

62. IBM Journal Of Research And Development
5260 JJ Byerley and TZ Fahidy Simulation and experimental research . . 614TR Lusebrink and CH 5866 Frederick J. Hudson Large Space Telescope .
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Volume 1, Number 1, January, 1957
D. P. Cameron Domain Orientation in Barium Titanate Single Crystals . . . . . . . . . . . . E. C. Greanias and C. J. Hoppel and M. Kloomok and J. S. Osborne Design of Logic for Recognition of Printed Characters by Simulation . . . . A. G. Redfield On the Theory of Relaxation Processes E. R. Wyma A Three-Dimensional Printed Back Panel J. A. Swanson Clarification of First-Order Semiconduction Effects through Use of Electrochemical Potentials . . . . . . . W. B. Ittner III and P. J. Magill A Survey of Contact Resistance Theory for Nominally Clean Surfaces . . . . . .

63. BAM: 1926—>1950, The Classes, September 1995
It was the result of cooperative efforts by Editor John Liebmann, Bob Rapelye, Last March, Frederick H. Jackson and Eleanor went to Russia,

64. Browse By Author: T - Project Gutenberg
Taylor, J. Bayard; Beauty and the Beast, and Tales of Home (English);Faust (English) (as Poems by Emily Dickinson, Series One (English) (as Editor)
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Tacitus, Caius Cornelius, 56-120
Taft, William H., 1857-1930
Tagore, Rabindranath, 1861-1941

65. 1. The Complete Runner. CA. World Pubn. 1977. 4th Printing`. Cloth

66. This Is The File GUTINDEX.ALL. Most Recently Updated 13 Apr 2005
Richard C. Frushell Triple Spies, by Roy J. Snell 13880 The Death of Balder, 1, by Captain Frederick Marryat 13148 Savva and The Life of Man,

67. BRACERS Correspondents
00.01 AM 1 FOR THE ATTENTION OF NEWS EDITORS 1 FOR THE PUBLIC PRESS 1 FORASCHICK, 1 Frederick MULLER, LTD. 1 Frederick, J. 1 Frederick, JE 3 Frederick,
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68. Breeding Bird Atlas - Florida Division Of Wildlife
Barbara J. Bald, Donald C. Banson, Jr., Carolyn A. Bartusko, Peter B. Belmont, Editor s note Scott Jones, Jennifer Killingsworth, Karl Miller,
Acknowledgments The Florida Breeding Bird Atlas (BBA) project could not have been accomplished without the support of numerous organizations and individuals and the field efforts of hundreds of volunteers.  We are most grateful to all for their contributions.  We are grateful to the staff of the Florida Audubon Society (FAS) [ Editor's note: now Audubon of Florida] for their assistance and patience over the years, especially Bernie Yokel, Michael Nelson, Trude Valente, Terrie Diesbourg, and Stephanie Johnson.  We thank the staff of the Archbold Biological Station, in particular John Fitzpatrick and Hilary Swain, former and current Executive Directors, respectively.  The assistance and understanding of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission's [ Editor's note : now the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission] Nongame Wildlife Section, especially Brian Millsap, David Cook, Doug Runde, Brad Gruver, Susan Cerulean, James Cox, Vic Heller, and Frank Montalbano, are deeply appreciated.  Chandler Robbins, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Janet Carroll, Atlas coordinator for New York, and Michael Peterson, a New York regional coordinator, offered helpful advice and information during the planning stage of the Florida Atlas project. The BBA project is particularly indebted to the substantive contributions of Bill Pranty and Bradley M. Stith.  Bill Pranty was the Pasco County Coordinator during 1986-1991 and a member of the Quality Control Committee during 1988-1989.  He was appointed Acting State Coordinator in 1991.  He entered 1991 data into the computer and conducted a complete review of the entire database, identifying and correcting errors.  He worked on the production of the revised distribution maps, and finalized the list of the many hundreds of regional and county coordinators, atlasers and casual observers.  Mr. Pranty, who is also the author of the 1996 edition of

69. Washington S Happily Independent Recumbent Lovers, Washington, DC
Karl Byerley 1946 WHIRL Bicycling lays off editors / WilliamJ. Cook bcookclark All the familiar names, Geoff Drake, Fred Matheny, Jim

70. Circuit Cellar Table Of Contents
A Video Editing Control System—Part 1 The Hardware, by William J. Kressbach, 16 . Lightning Protection Techniques, by Leon Byerley, 22.
Circuit Cellar Magazine Index of Contents:
Jan/Feb 1988
Theme: INSIDE THE BOX STILL COUNTS Inside the Box Still Counts, by Steve Ciarcia, 1.
Visible Ink—Letters to the INK Research Staff, 2.
The Circuit Cellar Motion-Triggered Video Camera Multiplexer, by Steve Ciarcia, 5-10.
Ink Spot—Guest Editorial, 11.
High Security on a Budget—Build a Video Handscanner/Identifier, by Ed Nisley, 13-21.
ConnecTime—Excerpts from the Circuit Cellar INK BBS, conducted by Ken Davidson, 22.
The Home Satellite Weather Center—Part l: RGBI to NTSC Converter, by Mark Voorhees, 29-34.
Firmware Furnace, by Ed Nisley, 35-39. ISSUE 2 Mar/Apr 1988 Theme: TECHIES The Core Audience, by Steve Ciarcia, 1. Reader’s Ink—Letters to the Editor, 2. Visible Ink—Letters to the Circuit Cellar INK Research Staff, 17. INK Spot—Guest Editorial, Leonardo the Techie, by Phil Lemmons, 21. The Home Satellite Weather Center—Part 2: NTSC Encoder Alignment and System Overview, by Mark Voorhees, 23-27. ConnecTime—Excerpts from the Circuit Cellar BBS, conducted by Ken Davidson, 28.

71. Nashville City Paper
and Leslie Byerley; great grandchildren, Mary Lou and Bryan Byerley and her NASHVILLE Reverend Owen J., Jr She is survived by sons Fred Thomas (Carol) and Ray

72. Linkage Of A Neurophysiological Deficit In Schizophrenia To A Chromosome
Issacson RL, Pribram K H. , editors; Issacson RL, Pribram K H. , editors. Coon H, Plaetke R, Holik J, Hoff M, MylesWorsley M, Freedman R, Byerley W.

73. Topeka Section Of The 1912 Polk Dirctory Of The State Of Kansas
Dickmann George J, Propr Topeka Barber Supply Co, 118 E 5th. MacLennanFrank P, Editor and Propr The Topeka State Journal, 800 Kansas av.
Topeka Section
of the
Volume XII, 1912 (pages 906-956)
A-A Candy Co, O.A. Anderson, propr, wholesale confrs, 134 N. Kansas av.
A-A Messenger and Ladies of Security, 701 Kansas av
Academy The (Washburn College), Wilson C. Wheeler dean, College av and Euclid av.
Acord James, grocer and meats, 1148 N. Kansas av.
Adams bros Co, Guy D. Adams pres, John T. Brink sec, Charles P. Adams, treas, printers and binders, 633-635 Jackson Adams Chas F, grocer and meats, 935 N Kansas av Adams Maggie, restaurant, 1025 Kansas av. Pipe Work, 1006-8-10 N Kansas av Addington J.E., lawyer Addis Mattie L. Mrs, jeweler, 817 Kansas av Pres, W.T. Watson Vice Pres, J.Q. Royce Sec and Treas, A.B. Quinton Atty, Aetna Bldg, 112 W 7th. Aetna Life Insurance Co of Hartford Conn, S.E. Barber State Mngr., 204-211 New England Bldg. Aetna Real Estate Co (John F. Billings), 121 7th Affron Morris, clothing and shoes, 514-516 Kansas av Agard Wm G., Planning Mill, Muir Sash, Doors, Blinds and Interior Finish, 206-216 Jackson Air Robert D, State Agency Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co of New York, NY, 19

74. This Is The File GUTINDEX.ALL. Most Recently Updated 28 May 2005
Charles L. Wrenn New National Fourth Reader, by Charles J. Barnes and J. Marshall 1, by Captain Frederick Marryat 13148 Savva and The Life of Man,

75. Coleman Berkley Conway, 1893-. History 119th Infantry, 60th Brigade, 30th Divisi
John J. Pershing, Commander in Chief of the American Armies in France, inspectedthe Regiment. Barnett, Frederick A, Cpl, L, SNov. 1118, Nov. 26-18.

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History 119th Infantry, 60th Brigade, 30th Division. U. S. A. Operations in Belgium and France, 1917-1919:
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Conway, Coleman Berkley, 1893-
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Source Description: (title page) History 119th Infantry, 60th Brigade, 30th Division, U. S. A. Operations in Belgium and France, 1917-1919 Conway, Coleman Berkley 140 p., ill. [Wilmington, NC] Wilmington Chamber of Commerce Call number C970.9 C76 c2 (North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Documenting the American South.         All double right and left quotation marks are encoded as " and " respectively. Library of Congress Subject Headings Languages Used:
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76. Statesman Health : Integrative Medicine  :  Supplements   :  5-Hydroxytrypto
Angst J, Woggon B, Schoepf J. The treatment of depression with Byerley WF,et al. 5Hydroxytryptophan a review of its antidepressant efficacy and
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5-Hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) Overview Uses Dietary Sources Available Forms ... Supporting Research Overview 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) is an amino acid. The body makes 5-HTP from tryptophan (an essential amino acid) and converts it to an important brain chemical known as serotonin. Tryptophan and 5-HTP dietary supplements help raise serotonin levels in the brain, which may have a positive effect on sleep, mood, anxiety, aggression, appetite, temperature, sexual behavior, and pain sensation. It is important to note, however, that an outbreak of eosinophilic myalgia syndrome (EMS; a potentially fatal disorder that affects the skin, blood, muscles, and organs) caused by a contaminated batch of tryptophan led to the removal of all tryptophan supplements from the United States market in 1989. Although the manufacturing of 5-HTP is different from that of tryptophan, there is still concern that some 5-HTP supplements may contain similar contaminants. It is important to obtain dietary supplements from manufacturers that adhere to high quality standards. At least two organizations, NSF International and the United States Pharmacopeia (USP), offer programs that make sure manufacturers follow high quality practices. As a result, these manufacturers often indicate this information on their product labels.

77. Depression In Primary Care: Volume 2 - Reference
Carney RM, Rich MW, teVelde A, Saini J, Clark K, Freedland KE, editors. Reimherr FW, Wood DR, Byerley B, Brainard J, Grosser BI.
Depression in Primary Care: Volume 2
Depression in Primary Care
Volume 2. Treatment of Major Depression
(Reference, Acronyms, Glossary, Contributors)

Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR)
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Abou-Saleh MT, Coppen A.
Classification of depression and response to antidepressant therapies. Br J Psychiatry 1983;143:601-3.
Akiskal HS.
A proposed clinical approach to chronic and "resistant" depressions: evaluation and treatment. J Clin Psychiatry 1985;46:32-6.
Altamura AC, Mauri M.
Plasma concentrations, information and therapy adherence during long-term treatment with antidepressants. Br J Clin Pharmacol 1985;20(6):714-6.
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Drug evaluations. Chicago: AMA; 1990.
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Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders. 3rd ed. rev. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press; 1987.
Amsterdam J, Brunswick DJ, Mendels J.
High dose desipramine, plasma drug levels and clinical response. J Clin Psychiatry 1979;40(3):141-3.

78. Index Stories, Listed By Author, Part 3
working name of John Frederick Burke, (1922 ); also as John Frederick Burke BURKE, CARR, GORDON; pseudonym of William J. Bayfield, (1871-1958)
British Juvenile Story Papers
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Index: Stories, Listed by Author, Part 3
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79. 2-09-00
Marilyn J. Johnson, Ph.D. of Pueblo of Acoma, was appointed to the statewide Byerley said he read weather forecasts and agricultural reports predicting
Representatives of Gallup's Battered Families Services took t-shirts to the
capitol in Santa Fe last week as part of the Clothesline Project. The shirts
bear messages designed by domestic violence victims.
Courtesy photo Thursday
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Possible drought worries area ranchers
Ganado downs Pinon, 77-54
3A Enchantment regionals
Santiago Ramos Staff Sports Writer GANADO, Ariz. - Ganado girls head coach Gwyn Grant still had last year's heartbreaking last-second one-point regional loss to Pinon still on her mind. Luckily for Grant, the Lady Hornets dashed any hopes of a repeat of last year's stunning upset loss as Ganado easily took care of Pinon 77-54 Wednesday night during the second round of the 3A Enchantment Regionals. In the other regional matchup Wednesday, No. 3 Monument Valley eliminated No. 6 Window Rock 64-45. No. 3 Monument Valley will go up against No. 2 Winslow Friday at 1 p.m. in the regional semifinals. In the other semifinal, top seed Tuba City will take on No. 4 Ganado at 6:30 p.m. The girls consolation game will be Saturday at 10 a.m. with the regional finals at 5 p.m. All games will be at Winslow High. Tickets for each of the first three sessions will be $5 general admission, $7 for reserved; for the finals, general admission is $7, $10 for reserved.

80. Dewey Subject Search
Frederick Niecks. 920 Frederick Douglass Charles W. Chesnutt. Gandhi John Briley.920 - Garcia Editors of Rolling The Forgotten Philosopher John J. Kessler.

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