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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 claims the almanacs make about their accuracy are unsubstantiated.
Contrary to the fate of most of the other almanacs being published at the time, Thomas' "Old Farmer's Almanac'' was a smash hit.
She added: "As it has been 60 years since the last almanac was published we decided to have a go at producing a 2012 almanac.
But an almanac prepared by Ponnaluri Srinivasa Gargeya, a celebrity astrologer from Hyderabad, goes on to do just that.
Subsequently, as was reported in the August Word Ways, Ronnie Kon found another online copy of Collection of English Almanacs for the Years 1702-1835, this one at the website of the HathiTrust Digital Library.
In discussing the production of the early American printer, Lawrence Wroth considers almanacs only after printed forms and government work--but before newspapers--and comments, "Every colonial printer who aspired to anything more than the position of job printer sought to render his establishment useful to the community by the publication of an annual almanac." (1b) Indeed, the second recorded product of the first North American press, that of Stephen Daye in Cambridge, was an almanac for 1639 or 1640, though no copy survives.
With Junior Scholastic's 2009-2010 World Affairs Atlas and Almanac, your students will embark on a journey around the world.
Most of the respected almanacs were published by the Stationers' Company, which held an extremely lucrative monopoly.
This is followed by a detailed explanation of the graphic elements of which the almanacs are composed (chapter three).
in which propagators of liberal values have used government to impose them in every segment of American life." Not only was the interpretive argument settled but so was the culture war itself: Americans had rejected once and for all the "educated elite" and their weak "culture of caregiving." Barone in 2003 admitted that his post-1994 introduction had failed to foresee President Clinton's electoral recovery, but said it was still "in some ways my favorite." And mine as well, because just as the early Almanacs reflected the temper of that first great turn in the modern Congress, this one is very much a document of the second turn, with all its vicious hubris.
John Booker (1602-67), for example, was a Puritan preacher, a professional astrologer, and the annual compiler of one of the most popular almanacs of the later seventeenth century.
Women's Early Modern Medical Almanacs in Historical Context