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Prophets Through the Looking Glass
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Gideon: Hacking At the Heart of the Old Testament1
1.1 Many critical questions criss-cross as we face Judg. vi-viii. The question that is often asked first is: why are there so many doublets in the story: two recognition scenes; two altar andExpand
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Une source commune aux récits de Rois et Chroniques ? : À propos d'un ouvrage récent d'A. G. Auld. Réponse
La recherche veterotestamentaire connait aujourd'hui des remises en question tout a fait remarquables : meme ses consensus les mieux etablis ne sont desormais plus a l'abri des critiques. A cetExpand
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A Clinical Lecture ON CHRONIC BRONCHITIS
  • A. Auld
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 15 February 1908
scratches or sores of mucous membrane and skin which may be produced through the violence of movement. Qf drugs -for this graver type of case, the most serviceable seems to me a combination ofExpand
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Preliminary Communication on the Pathology of Aneurysms, with Special Reference to Atheroma as a Cause
eruption may be said to flourish may be altered from the normal in many ways. Any portion of the multifarious tissues and structures which go to make it up may suffer perversion, and so weaken it asExpand
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PYROGENIC THERAPY
  • A. Auld
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 16 February 1918
TLDR
A study of the catalytic action of colloidal metals in relation to the oxidative processes in the peroxide-peroxidase system. Expand
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Remarks on the Morphology and Chemical Products of the Diplococcus Pneumoniæ, and some Results of Vaccination
  • A. Auld
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 27 March 1897
being done subperitoneally as much as possible. The duct is ligatured and divided, the stump being asepticised either by the cautery or by the application of a i in 500 solution of perchloride ofExpand
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On the STATE of the LUNG in IMPERFECT or PROTRACTED RESOLUTION of ACUTE PNEUMONIA
  • A. Auld
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 24 June 1893
[From the Pathological Laboratory of the Western Inflrmary.] TEE condition of lung which I am about to describe has often been a subject of speculation amongst phb sicians and pathologists, for itsExpand
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