Pierre Louis Maupertuis

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Edwin Joseph Cohn
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François Jacob
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Darwin Industry
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E. B. Ford
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Transactions of the American Neurological Association
Transactions of the American Neurological Association was an American journal published between 1875 and 1981. It covered the field of neurology
Calvin Bridges
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Portraits of Charles Darwin
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Shomatsu Yokoyama
Shomatsu Yokoyama was a Japanese physician. During the Second World War, he disobeyed orders to conduct inhumane experiments on living human beings
Robert François Laugier
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Inzer (surname)
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