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Locke

(lok),
Frank S., British physiologist, 1871-1949. See: Cabot-Locke murmur, Locke solutions, Locke-Ringer solution.
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(46) Segundo Locke, "Exceder os limites da propriedade justa nao tem a ver com a extensao do que e possuido, mas sim com o fato de algo que se perca sem ser utilizado por alguem que o possua." LOCKE, John. Segundo tratado, op.
Compiled by Bengjamin (psychology, Texas A&M U.), this reader provides insight into the history of psychology in the United States by combining original sources by such figures as John Locke, John Stuart Mill, Paul Broca, Willam James, Wilhelm Wundt, James Rowland, Sigmund Freud, John B.
NEBRASKA--Robbie Bryant, Layne Gissler, Anne Locke, John Mack, Connie Nemec, Kenneth Schmit, Rondy Woodard
Other winners from the area were Charles Johns, Hazel Jones, Marcia Daneman, Richard Scott, Ana Mae Essingler, Harriet David, Paula Keppers, Ronald and Patricia Hummel, Jerry and Janet Walsh, Hope Anderberg, Judi Collier, Don Hale, Magid and Anoush Shirzadegan, Dan Rothwell, Paul Craviotto, Oyvind Tafjord, Ruth Warnecke, Esther Rahe, Bill Stahl, Lia Davis, Amber Benson, Colleen Peterson, Carla Wenzlaff, John Reisner, Gene Locke, John Goetsch, Barbara Schneider and Virginia Garver.
Bracher, K.D.: The German Dictatorship, translated by Jean Steinberg, Penguin, Middlesex, England, 1970 Locke, John: Second Treatise on Government, from Barker, E., Social Contract, Oxford, 1967 Treitschke, Heinrich von: Politics, translated by Blanche Douglas and Torben de Bille, Harcourt, NY, 1963 Whitney v.
Locke, John. "Adapting the Autobiography: The Transformation of Malcolm X." Crowdus 5-7.