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Frances Trollope Ayres, Brenda. "Frances Trollope". The Literary Encyclopedia. first published 13 February 2006
Francis Collins The Language of Life: DNA and the Revolution in Personalized Medicine (HarperCollins, published in early 2010)[14]
Charles Lucien Bonaparte "American Ornithology, or, The Natural History of Birds Inhabiting the United States..."by Bonaparte, Charles-Lucian. Four volumes published initially in Philadelphia between 1825-1833.
Gestuno Gestuno: "International Sign Language of the Deaf. Published for the World Federation of the Deaf by The British Deaf Association. 1975." Internacia Signolingvo de surduloj. Eldono de monda federacia de sudruloj kaj britia surduloj asocio
Pasilogio Pasilogia: an essay towards the formation of a system of universal language, both written and vocal; with suggestions for its dissemination throughout the world: including a succinct review of the principal systems of similar character heretofore published
Montserrat Guibernau History and National Destiny (historio kaj nacia destino). Oxford: Blackwell, 2004. Published also as Special Issue of the journal Nations and Nationalism (publikita ankaŭ kiel speciala artikolo de la revuo nacioj kaj naciismo). (kompil.) with John Hutchinson.
Daniel Giraud Elliot La Nacia Akademio de Sciencoj havigis al li la medalon Daniel Giraud Elliot "for meritorious work in zoology or paleontology published in a three- to five-year period. Established through the Daniel Giraud Elliot Fund by gift of Miss Margaret Henderson Elliot" (pro merita verko en zoologio aŭ paleontologio publikita en periodo de tri al kvin jaroj. Establita danke al donaco el la Fonduso Daniel Giraud Elliot fare de Srino. Margaret Henderson Elliot)
Johann Caspar Kerll Kerll estis alte respektata de siaj samtempuloj: multaj el liaj verkoj estis publikita dum lia vivotempo many of his works were published during his lifetime. Precipe gravaj estas la multaj presitaj koncertmesoj, kolekto de motetoj kaj sakralaj koncertoj titolitaj "Delectus sacrarum cantionum" (Munkeno 1669) kaj "Modulatio organica super Magnificat octo ecclesiaticis tonis respondens" (Munkeno 1686), kiuj enhavas liturgian orgenmuzikon. Kerll ne estis speciale prospera komponisto, tial la transvivintaj verkoj relative malmultas. Multe el lia muziko malaperis, inkluzive 11 operoj (por kiuj le estis plej fama dumvive s), 25 ofertorioj, kvar mesoj, litanioj, ĉambrosonatoj kaj diversaj klavarverkoj.
Napoleono Bonaparte In 1955, the diaries of Napoleon's valet, Louis Marchand, were published. His description of Napoleon in the months before his death led Sten Forshufvud in a 1961 paper in "Nature" to put forward other causes for his death, including deliberate arsenic poisoning. Arsenic was used as a poison during the era because it was undetectable when administered over a long period. Forshufvud, in a 1978 book with Ben Weider, noted that Napoleon's body was found to be well preserved when moved in 1840. Arsenic is a strong preservative, and therefore this supported the poisoning hypothesis. Forshufvud and Weider observed that Napoleon had attempted to quench abnormal thirst by drinking large amounts of orgeat syrup that contained cyanide compounds in the almonds used for flavouring.
Napoleono Bonaparte There have been modern studies that have supported the original autopsy finding. In a 2008 study, researchers analysed samples of Napoleon's hair from throughout his life, as well as samples from his family and other contemporaries. All samples had high levels of arsenic, approximately 100 times higher than the current average. According to these researchers, Napoleon's body was already heavily contaminated with arsenic as a boy, and the high arsenic concentration in his hair was not caused by intentional poisoning; people were constantly exposed to arsenic from glues and dyes throughout their lives. Studies published in 2007 and 2008 dismissed evidence of arsenic poisoning, and confirmed evidence of peptic ulcer and gastric cancer as the cause of death.