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The transport revolution from 1770
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Transport in Britain: From Canal Lock To Gridlock
This textbook provides a history of transport in the United Kingdom mainly from the late 1700s onwards, covering the development of the canal system for freight, coastal shipping (freight andExpand
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Unipolar and bipolar right atrial appendage electrodes: comparison of sensing characteristics.
To optimize atrial sensing and reject far-field signals (i.e., ventricular potentials seen in the atrium), the atrial amplitudes of electrograms (EGMs) should be as high as possible and theExpand
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End of the Line
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The Railway Interest: Its Organisation and Influence 1839–1914
The focus of the article is the part railways have played, from their inception, in the political process and its involvement in the activities of the railway lobby in Parliament. The article pointsExpand
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