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Rous

(rows),
F. Peyton, U.S. pathologist and Nobel laureate, 1879-1970. See: Rous sarcoma, Rous sarcoma virus, Rous tumor, Rous-associated virus.
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When Rous confirmed that the warts were benign tumors, he was reinvigorated in his intent to unravel the mysteries of viral oncology.
It's the beacon of Banyuls and Collioure, just as Abbe Rous is the beacon of both appellations.
In those days Rous Court, as it was then known, was amassive moated Tudor mansion, enclosing two quadrangles divided by a Great Hall.
The Rous family held the manor from medieval times, living here from 1382 until 1721 and astonishingly, for a property that adds up to a staggering 10,825 sq ft, the house was once much bigger.
The problem is that individual assessments are subjective and, with such small discrepancies between modern scales and the Rous one used by BHA handicappers led by Phil Smith it would be hard to make a substantial case against the current system.
Rous Lench is six miles north of Evesham and 12 miles from Stratfordupon-Avon, well placed for daily commuting to Birmingham, 25 miles away, and within a short drive of trains to London Paddington, about two hours from Pershore.
Rous was the all-powerful FA secretary when I first broke into the England team, and he went on to be the head of FIFA for many years.
com Rous Selling Stakes at York yesterday afternoon.
org Contact: Bernard Rous ACM Deputy Director of Publications 001 (212) 626--0660 rous@hg.
LAST December, Kingston Hospital Cancer Unit Appeal held their fifth charity greyhound evening at Wimbledon Stadium to raise funds for the Sir William Rous Cancer Unit.