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Max. 1882--1970, British nuclear physicist, born in Germany, noted for his fundamental contribution to quantum mechanics: Nobel prize for physics 1954
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Do Not Go Quietly: A Guide for Living Consciously and Aging Wisely for People Who Weren't Born Yesterday come from co-founders of AgeNation, experts on social and organizational change who here provide strategies and tools for those who will soon be 50 years and older.
It was a very fast delivery for another baby born yesterday - Willow Isla Naylor arrived just seven minutes after she and her mum, Leah Jones, arrived at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor.
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Abu Dhabi/Dubai "Poor child," said Carmen Li of her daughter Sofia who was born yesterday in Dubai and who will celebrate her next birthday only after four years.
Leap year twins Layla and Maisie, born yesterday at Prince Charles Hospital.
Sometimes, you may feel like you were born yesterday, especially when it comes to talking with your CFO.
Moshiri's oil, acrylic and glitter on canvas mounted on a panel piece, titled Born Yesterday, which he completed in 2007, depicts a pink cookie-cut-out wedding-cake in Hollywood-esque style.
AN EXPECTANT couple were due to win up to pounds 10,000 if their baby was born yesterday.
It was supposed to be such a lucky date that some couples arranged Caesarean sections especially so their babies would be born yesterday.
The baby - the couple's first - was born yesterday morning after Pietersen jetted from Barbados, where he has been playing in the World Twenty20, to be by the former Liberty X singer's side.
So when we talk of theatrical dance being a comparatively new art form, comparable to movies or jazz or rock, while it does lack something in a readily accessible catalogue of creative work, let's also remember the roots of those genealogical tables where classical ballet goes back to the early 18th century, and even modern dance is not so modern that it was born yesterday.
The baby alpaca, pictured, was born yesterday morning at a farm in Slaley, near Hexham, but owner Vicky Ridley, of Moorgair Farm, said her two children Annette, 12, and Shaun, 10, had still not come up with a name for the latest addition to the family.

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