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         Young John W:     more books (103)
  1. International Relations since 1945: A Global History by John W. Young, John Kent, 2004-02-26
  2. British Foreign Policy, 1945-56 by Michael L. Dockrill, John W. Young, 1989-09-15
  3. The Longman Companion to Cold War and Detente 1941-91 (Longman Companions to History) by John W. Young, 1993-03
  4. Ambassador to Sixties London: The Diaries of David Bruce, 1961-1969
  5. The Foreign Policy of Churchill's Peacetime Administration, 1951-1955
  6. The Longman Companion to America, Russia and the Cold War, 1941-1998 (Longman Companions to History Series) by John W. Young, 1999-03
  7. Britain, France, and the Unity of Europe, 1945-1951 by John W. Young, 1984-10
  8. Britain and European Unity, 1945-1999 (British History in Perspective) by John W. Young, 2000-07-07
  9. The Washington Embassy: British Ambassadors to the United States, 1939-77
  10. Twentieth-Century Diplomacy: A Case Study of British Practice, 1963-1976 by John W. Young, 2008-12-22
  11. Cold War Europe, 1945-1989: A Political History by John W. Young, 1991-06
  12. Evaluating Online Learning in Higher Education: What Are Students Learning, and How Can We Measure It?
  13. Hiking Guide to Kansas by John W. Young, Catherine M. Hauber, 1999-12
  14. The Labour Governments 1964-1970: International Policy, Volume 2, Second Edition (The Labour Governments 1964-70) by John W. Young, 2009-03-15

161. Johns Hopkins Pediatric Gastroenterology Home Page
The Division specializes in the evaluation and management of gastrointestinal, liver and nutritional disorders from infancy to young adulthood. (Baltimore, Maryland)
Welcome Home About Us People Clinical Services ... Education/Research Special Centers Liver Disease Children's Nutrition Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Feeding Disorders Other Resources Related Links Search Website Search Hopkins The Johns Hopkins Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition is dedicated to providing the highest quality medical care and state-of-the-art techniques in the evaluation and management of gastrointestinal, liver and nutritional disorders from infancy to young adulthood. Our physicians, nurses and nutritionists are nationally and internationally recognized for excellence in patient care and research endeavors. The division offers a variety of clinical and research programsincluding Centers specialized in Liver Diseases, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and Children's Nutrition, as well as a Feeding Disorders Program located at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. Home Announcements Search People ... Patient Information
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162. Department Of Economics - Faculty - H. Peyton Young
Faculty page at The Johns Hopkins University with links to fulltext working papers and selected publications, teaching materials, and vitae.
The Johns Hopkins University
Department of Economics

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Address H. Peyton Young
Professor of Economics
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Phone Fax E-mail Office Hours : LOA Curriculum Vitae (PDF) Updated 03-2005 Peyton Young is Scott and Barbara Black Professor of Economics at Johns Hopkins University and Professorial Fellow at Nuffield College, University of Oxford. He is also Co-Director of the Center on Social and Economic Dynamics at the Brookings Institution in Washington. Previously he was professor of economics and public policy at the University of Maryland, and Deputy Chairman of System and Decision Sciences at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis in Austria. He has published widely on the evolution of social norms, game theory, bargaining and negotiation, taxation and cost allocation, political representation, voting procedures, and distributive justice. His books include Fair Allocation (American Mathematical Society, 1985, ed.)

163. Hopkins Symphony Orchestra
Composed of students, faculty and staff of Johns Hopkins University, as well as members of the surrounding community. Committed to performing orchestral and chamber works for a diverse audience and fostering the careers of young artists. Season schedules, director profile and musician rosters, ticketing and audition information, directions and links.
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164. Shriver Hall Concerts: Welcome
Chamber music concerts featuring a mix of wellknown and up-and-coming young artists on the Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins University. Current and past season details, history, ticket information and directions.
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165. Mississippi 11th Infantry Regiment
WD Reid, john R. Gilleylen, Corporal JK Miller, Samuel Stanford (killed), john W. Rigdon, john C.Historical Sketch and Roster of the Mississippi 11th
The Civil War in Mississippi
Mississippi 11th Infantry Regiment HISTORICAL NOTES:
    This regiment was ordered to Corinth in April, 1861, and the regiment was organized May 4. Being transported to Lynchburg, Va., the regiment was there mustered in the provisional army for one year by Major Clay May 13, and on the 19th they arrived at Harper's Ferry. The Inspector-General reported from Harper's Ferry May 23 that the Mississippians were clamoring for rifles in place of the old muskets they had. The Eleventh, he said, took pride in its appearance and was soldierly. Subsequently Liddell was in command of the regiment and the brigade was commanded by General Whiting. General Lee wrote July 25, 1861, that he regarded the brigade as a Mississippi brigade, commanded by a Mississippian. In June they accompanied Whiting's division in the movement to Staunton to reinforce Jackson in the valley, soon returning with Jackson to Ashland to attack McClellan. In the seven days' battles before Richmond the brigade, under Col. E. M. Law, was in Whiting's division with Hood's Texas brigade. The division marched as the advance of Jackson's army (see Second Regiment) and later in the evening of June 27, in the battle of Gaines' Mill, made the famous charge across the ravine held by the Federal infantry and artillery, sweeping the enemy away and winning the victory. (No regimental reports, see Second Regiment for synopsis of Whiting's report.) "Colonel Liddell led his distinguished regiment to the close of the action," Whiting wrote. The loss of the Eleventh was 18 killed, 142 wounded, 3 missing, the most severe of any in the division except the Fourth Texas. The retreating Federal army was overtaken at White Oak swamp June 30, where the regiment was under fire. At Malvern Hill, July 1, under artillery fire, they lost 1 killed and 20 wounded.

166. Lista De Managers
john W Brown Stryker Corp,. john W Froman Circuit City,. john W Gamble Agere Systems Inc,. john W Newman TT electronics plc,. john W Peace GUS (Great
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167. Stories, Listed By Author
“Brushwood” by Louis J. McQuilland, (br) john o’ London’s Weekly Jan 6 1923 BARRY, john W. (chron.) * Numbered, (ss) Flynn’s Weekly Detective Fiction
The FictionMags Index
Stories, Listed by Author
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BARR, PAULINE (chron.)
BARR, PHILIP (chron.)
BARR, RANDOLPH ; house pseudonym (chron.)
BARR, ROBERT (1850-1912); see pseudonym Luke Sharp (chron.)

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