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Europe: A History
From the Ice Age to the Cold War, from Reykjavik to the Volga, from Minos to Margaret Thatcher, Norman Davies here tells the entire story of Europe in a single volume. It is the most ambitiousExpand
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Heart of Europe: The Past in Poland's Present
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The Isles: A History
The bestselling and controversial new history of the 'British Isles', including Ireland from the author of Europe: A History. Emphasizing our long-standing European connections and positing aExpand
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God's playground : a history of Poland
Maps and Diagrams Illustrations Notes on the Illustrations Chronology I. Introduction: The Origins to 1572 1. Millenium: A Thousand Years of History (Historiography)2. Polska: The Polish LandExpand
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Increased levels of autoantibodies to cardiolipin and oxidised low density lipoprotein are inversely associated with plasma vitamin C status in cigarette smokers.
In this study we have measured circulating levels of autoantibodies to cardiolipin and oxidised low-density lipoprotein (ox-LDL) and correlated these with plasma concentrations of the anti-oxidantExpand
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Microcosm: Portrait of a Central European City
The story of Central Europe is anything but simple. As the region located between East and West, it has always been endowed with a rich variety of migrants, and has repeatedly been the scene ofExpand
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Heart of Europe: A Short History of Poland
The startling political developments within Poland since 1980 have found many commentators in the West, though few have had the means to look beneath the surface and to glimpse the depth andExpand
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Anti-Müllerian hormone in early human development
Abstract Anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) is a glycoprotein produced by immature Sertoli cells and responsible for the regression of Mullerian ducts in male fetuses. The ontogeny of the hormone in earlyExpand
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Vanished kingdoms : the history of half-forgotten Europe
'The past is a foreign country' has become a truism, yet we often forget that the past is different from the present in many unfamiliar ways, and historical memory is extraordinarily imperfect. WeExpand
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