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Includes biographies of over 1100 mathematicians and many special indexes.
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Thanks to Earnest Shinault at Gaston Park Library for this posting.
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According to this ESPN story from 2009 Major League Baseball scrapped the American League Baseball Red Book and the National League Green Book in 2009.
Much information here from The Humane Society of the United States on how to find the right veterinarian, what to look for in a veterinary practice, what to do when you are not happy with your veterinarian, and more.
Much helpful and pertinent information here from the U. S. National Library of Medicine’s consumer health site MedlinePlus on keeping your pets healthy.
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Much information on here from the U. S. National Library of Medicine’s consumer health site MedlinePlus to help the medical consumer make wise choices.