Ethics: How the Apothecaries Act of 1815 shaped the dental profession. Part 2. The chemist–dentists and the education of dentists
The last remnants of these dentist chemists were swept up only as late as the Dentists Act of 1921, when the Chemist's Dental Society was fully content that any member who wished to register as a Dentist had been given every facility to do so by the Bill.
Why Did Byzantine Coins Become Cup-Shaped?
No such coins are seen. Fig 5 : how they did it On many 12 th century ... everything technical was treated as a “trade secret.” But the basic principles of metallurgy and engineering don’t change. In the cup-shaped Imperial coinage, we see ...
How 9/11 has shaped a generation of Americans
Washington — Nicolette Boehland was in creative writing class when she heard terrorists had struck the World Trade Center and the Pentagon ... 9/11 was a fire that shaped a generation. It's true that Americans of all ages felt shock, fear, and ...
The Unexamined Society
If you are like many struggling people, you do know. Poorer people have to think hard about a million things that affluent people don’t. They have to make complicated trade-offs when ... with the headline: The Unexamined Society.
Remarks at the Civil Society Forum Global Townhall
All of it came out of the reality of civil society making itself felt. The fact is it changed the face of our environment forever, we hope, and I know from all of that as you do the difference ... The legacy is really shaped by the people of a country ...