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STATE RECIPROCITY IN DENTAL PRACTICE LICENSING.
Some wise man has said that no question is ever finally settled until it is settled right. The fight over human slavery went on for generations and even centuries; but the civilized world has come atExpand
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ESSENTIAL OILS AND OTHER AGENTS.: THEIR ANTISEPTIC VALUE; ALSO THEIR IRRITATING OR NON-IRRITATING PROPERTIES.
Very soon after assuming the duties of the chair of materia medica and therapeutics in college work, I became convinced that in our literature there was much loose statement concerning the action ofExpand
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Advance Mitigation and Mitigation Banking Programs
Two programs within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service‟s Habitat Credit Trading Program currently exist to allow for “banking” of habitat credits: traditional Conservation Banking and the recentlyExpand
PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS AS RELATED TO DENTAL COLLEGE CURRICULA.: CHAIRMAN'S ADDRESS, DELIVERED BEFORE THE SECTION ON STOMATOLOGY, AT THE FIFTY-THIRD ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION AT
In view of the fact that during the past two years a number of the state boards of dental examiners throughout the country have added the subject of physical diagnosis to their list of studies, whichExpand
SOME THOUGHTS ON TEACHING MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS, EMPHASIZING OBJECT TEACHING.
This subject is, I presume, rated by the majority of teachers in dentistry, and certainly by the vast majority of students of dentistry, as the dryest and most uninteresting of the entire collegeExpand
Spiders in restored habitat: How important are dead standing trees?
There is relatively little known about any potential benefits to invertebrates of the provision of standing dead trees in areas rehabilitated following major disturbances. This study describes theExpand