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  1. While preparative electrolysis of organic molecules has been an active area of research over the past century, modern synthetic chemists have generally been reluctant to adopt this technology. In fact, electrochemical methods possess many benefits over traditional reagent-based transformations, such as high functional group tolerance, mild conditions, and innate scalability and sustainability.
  2. (Interview) Eric Wolfson, author of 'From Elvis in Memphis': In a very interesting and detailed interview, Eric Wolfson talks to EIN's Nigel Patterson about how his upcoming book, From Elvis in Memphis (part of the popular Bloomsbury 33 1/3 series), came about and what we can expect in it. Eric also discusses why American Sound Studio was so successful and whether, by the late 60s, Elvis.
  3. March 56 The Music Issue 56 Amanda Shires. The singer-songwriter opens up about crafting songs that tell a story, learning from John Prine, and starting a country supergroup thatâ€&#.
  4. The Presley Plot by Stephen G. Yanoff (Book Review): The Elvis fiction genre has produced some outstanding work and unearthed several formidable authors. Joining the upper echelon is Stephen G. Yanoff, whose debut novel, The Presley Plot, is a wonderful diversion from the humdrum of our often tedious lives. (Source: EIN, July ).
  5. 2. BRIAN BROWN - The Commune, North Fitzroy, Brian Brown performed regularly at a small room in North Fitzroy called The Commune. With only a few lamps around the room, the place was rather dark. The crowd would sit on the floor or on the benches that encircled the tiny room.
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  7. [7] Pound’s comment on the “Chinese art of verbal sonority” comes from his “Terminal Note” to The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry (San Francisco: City Lights, n.d.), p. As Pound’s recordings on this site show, however, he never mastered the pronunciation of Chinese (be it the system of its vowels, its consonants or its tones)—even after having studied it.
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  9. Jun 01,  · Examination of Eulerian and Lagrangian Coordinate Systems.. ERIC Educational Resources Information Center. Remillard, Wilfred J. Studies the relationship between Eulerian and Lagrangian coordinate systems with the help of computer plots of variables such as density and particle displacement. Gives examples which illustrate the differences in the shape of a traveling .

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