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Deac a.k.a. Lauren "Deac" Lyman: Lauren Dwight "Deac" Lyman was an American reporter and aviation writer. He worked for The New York Times from 1919 to 1937 and from 1937 to 1959 as a public relations executive for United Aircraft, a predecessor to United Technologies Corporation. He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1936 for "his exclusive story revealing that the Charles A. Lindbergh family was leaving the United States to live in England.
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The Sodium Pump (1991)
Recent Developments by Society of General Physiologists. Symposium, Jack H. Kaplan, Paul De Weer
DEAC is a relatively stable fluorescent diazomethane analogue which reacts with carboxyl groups producing the corresponding ester (Ito and Maruyama, 1983). An advantage of this compound lies in the fluorescence of the coumarin residue ...
Theoretical Mechanics (1901)
Solids : Including Kinematics, Statics, and Kinetics by Arthur Thornton
D and C are the centres of the wheels, DEAC is a straight line. Then P-BC = S-AC W - DE = S - AD . EDEJ'JZ " P iii—AC FHA—D BC P_ACXIDF _ number of teeth on wheel H length of power ...
Encyclopedia of Early Cinema (2005)
by Richard Abel
Further reading Rossell, Deac (2001) “The Biograph Large Format Technology,” ...
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