Edward Gammon

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Doll, R., Vessey, M. P., Beasley, R. W. R., Buckley, A. R., Fear, E. C., Fisher, R. E. W., Gammon, E. J., Gunn, W., Hughes, G. O., Lee, K., and Norman-Smith, Beatrice (1972). Brit. J. industr. Med., 29, 394-406. Mortality of gasworkers-final report of a prospective study. The mortality experience of selected groups of gasworkers employed by four area Gas(More)
deny any validity of the word, relegating it to folk linguistics. Following Greenberg we take words as being composed of morphemes so that a word may be identified with a sequence of morphemes and no morpheme overlaps two words. From the distribution of the morphemes of a corpus we find clusters which approximate the words of the corpus. The approximating(More)
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