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  • Korzybski Alfred Nobel Alfred North Whitehead Alfred Noyes Alfred Percy Sinnett Alfred Rosenberg Alfred Russel Wallace Alfred Tennyson Alfred Wallis Alfred Whitney
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  • in any form, was unconceived in the minds of the Egyptians. Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge, in Egyptian Magic (1901), p. ix From the religious books of
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  • Wallace, William Wallant, Edward Lewis Waller, David Jewett Waller, Edmund Wallis, Duchess of Windsor Walpole, Horace Walpole, Hugh Walpole, Robert Walt,
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  • commitment on the part of the players. p. 121 Douglass C. North, John Joseph Wallis, and Barry R. Weingast, Violence and Social Orders (2009). Schumpeter’s
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  • problem. Douglas M. Jesseph, Squaring the Circle: The War Between Hobbes and Wallis (2000) It was supposedly the discovery of mathematics at the age of forty
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  • Syriac Version of the Pseudo-Callisthenes (1889) as translated by E. A. Wallis Budge, but it is attributed to Nectanebus (Nectanebo II). There are no
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  • Miss Evesham John Salew - Parkin Ronald Adam - Turner Arthur Hambling - Wallis Gibb McLaughlin - Godwin John Gregson - Farrow Clive Morton - Station Sergeant
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  • calculus can be found in the writings of Napier, Kepler, Cavalieri, Fermat, Wallis, and Barrow. It was Newton's good luck to come at a time when everything
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  • Sixteenth, and Seventeenth Centuries (1866) Vol. 1, Part 1, Ch. 9, p. 452. Wallis did not become interested in mathematics till the age of thirty-one, but
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