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ISBN:0884051471
Author: Philip Crass
ISBN13: 978-0884051473
Title: The Wallace factor
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Language: English
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Publisher: Mason/Charter (1976)
Pages: 265

The Wallace factor by Philip Crass



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R. (Philip Russell; "Phil") Wallace (April 19, 1915 – March 20, 2006) was a Canadian theoretical physicist and long-time professor at McGill University. He was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences (India).

Born on his mother’s family’s farm in Iowa on Feb. 18, 1909, Stegner was there about three weeks before being taken to North Dakota, where his parents had temporarily settled.

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Hope-Wallace, Philip. amp; Mander, Raymond. amp; Mitchenson, Joe. (1959). A picture history of opera. Hope-Wallace, Philip. and Mitchenson, Joe. A picture history of opera, by Philip Hope-Wallace ; in collaboration with Raymond Mander & Joe Mitchenson E. Hulton London 1959. Australian/Harvard Citation. {Citation title A picture history of opera, by Philip Hope-Wallace ; in collaboration with Raymond Mander & Joe Mitchenson author1 Hope-Wallace, Philip, 1911-1979 author2 Mander, Raymond author3 Mitchenson, Joe year 1959 publisher E.

Hope-Wallace in 1955. Philip Adrian Hope-Wallace CBE (6 November 1911 – 3 September 1979) was an English music and theatre critic, whose career was mostly with The Manchester Guardian (later known as The Guardian). From university he went into journalism after abortive attempts at other work, and apart from a stint at the Air Ministry throughout the Second World War, his career was wholly in arts journalism in newspapers, magazines and in broadcasting.

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