910 a.k.a. NAL/Plume is a publisher.
"910" a.k.a. "The Haunted Woman" is a dark, metaphysical fantasy novel by David Lindsay. It was first published, somewhat cut, as a serial in The Daily News in 1921. It was first published in book form by Methuen & Co. Ltd., London, in 1922. The work supposedly marked Lindsay's attempt to write a more "commercial" novel after the initial failure of his first work, the classic A Voyage to Arcturus, though he began it before that work was published. It was reissued by Gollancz in 1947. Its importance in the history of fantasy literature was recognized by its republication by the Newcastle Publishing Company as the fourth volume of the celebrated Newcastle Forgotten Fantasy Library in March, 1975; the Newcastle edition was the first American edition. Later editions were issued by Borgo Press, Canongate Books, Wildside Press, and Tartarus Press.
- language: English Language
- genres: Speculative fiction, Fantasy
- copyright: 1922
- released in (93 years ago)
- 910 a.k.a. In Loving Memory is a British period sitcom set in an undertakers business that starred Thora Hird and Christopher Beeny. A pilot was transmitted in 1969 by Thames Television who rejected the idea before it was finally accepted by Yorkshire Television in 1979 where it further ran for five series between until 1986.
- 910 a.k.a. N-Formylkynurenine: N′-Formylkynurenine is an intermediate in the catabolism of tryptophan. It is a formylated derivative of kynurenine.
- also known as 3-(N-formylanthraniloyl)-Alanine, Formylkynurenine, N'-formyl-Kynurenine, N-Formyl-L-kynurenine, alpha-amino-2-(formylamino)-gamma-oxo-Benzenebutanoate, alpha-amino-2-(formylamino)-gamma-oxo-Benzenebutanoic acid, N'-Formylkynurenine
- 910 a.k.a. CD1b molecule is a gene.
- also known as CD1B antigen, b polypeptide; CD1B antigen; T-cell surface glycoprotein CD1b; cortical thymocyte antigen CD1B; differentiation antigen CD1-alpha-3
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