George Eliot in Germany, 1854-55; Cherished Memories.0754650545
George Eliot in Germany, 1854-55; Cherished Memories.
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Marian Evans Ev·ans , Herbert McLean 1882-1971.
American anatomist who isolated four pituitary hormones and discovered vitamin E (1922). had not yet become the famous novelist George Eliot, explains Roder-Bolton (U. of Surrey-Guildford), when she left her life as an unmarried translator, reviewer re·view·er
One who reviews, especially one who writes critical reviews, as for a newspaper or magazine.
a person who writes reviews of books, films, etc.
Noun 1. , and editor in London to go to Germany with a married writer and journalist known for his free way of living. Using the sparse sparse - A sparse matrix (or vector, or array) is one in which most of the elements are zero. If storage space is more important than access speed, it may be preferable to store a sparse matrix as a list of (index, value) pairs or use some kind of hash scheme or associative memory. entries in her diary of this first journey as a skeleton skeleton, in anatomy
skeleton, in anatomy, the stiff supportive framework of the body. The two basic types of skeleton found among animals are the exoskeleton and the endoskeleton. , she fleshes out Eliot's experience within the context of the historical and cultural background of Germany, and how it impacted her then and in her later career.
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