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ALMANAC

A clinical trial of sentinel lymph node biopsy (SLNB) versus complete axillary clearance for patients with operable early stage breast cancer; it concluded that SNLB is associated with reduced arm morbidity and better quality of life than complete axillary clearance, and is the treatment of choice for patients who have early stage breast cancer with clinically negative nodes.
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The almanack also compared Tendulkar's record with two greats of the new generation, England skipper Alastair Cook and Australia captain Michael Clarke.
The Almanack, published annually, is an anthology of articles on activities of the top nations, profiles of outstanding cricketers and statistics.
Elsewhere in this year's almanack, International Cricket Council world number one Test batsman Virender Sehwag unsurprisingly retains his place at the top of Wisden's list too.
Tanto que Isaac Balonchard, o primeiro fundidor presente nas paginas do Almanack Laemmert de 1844, assim se apresentava no Jornal do Comercio de 3 de janeiro de 1844:
The Almanack has only been opened for a few months but already appears to have proven a hit with diners.
The Almanack has been published annually since 1864.
Winthrop's note also points to the close connections between printing and the Atlantic World: Glover, the newly-retained English printer, died "of a fever" on the voyage from London (leaving scholars to debate who operated the press in his absence), and the title of the Almanack Calculated for New England, by Mr Peirce, Mariner, advertised the nautical connections of its author.
Teachers and students alike will find it easy to navigate the site's research information in the Almanack, found at www.
The book includes a timeline of events in Franklin's life, a list of some of his inventions, and funny, sayings from Franklin s book, Poor Richard's Almanack.
Franklin's ideas, proverbs (expressions), and witty sayings, especially those collected in his Poor Richard's Almanack, have informed and entertained generations of readers.
Matthew Engel, who I much respect as editor of the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, has launched his broadside in the 141st edition published last week.
The 23-year-old opening batsman was the overwhelming favourite to net the prize, awarded by Wisden Cricketing Almanack, following his sensational recent form.