Bauchan

Bauchan

hobgoblin often helpful to man. [Scot. Folklore: Briggs, 19]
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Kendra PE, Montgomery WS, Niogret J, Pruett GE, Mayfield III AE, MacKenzie M, Deyrup MA, Bauchan GR, Ploetz RC, Epsky ND.
There, unit leader Gary Bauchan, ARS entomologist Ron Ochoa, and visiting scientists Gabriel Otero Colina (Mexico) and Jenny Beard (Australia) have produced high-resolution images of about a dozen Brevipalpus flat mite species from around the world.
(5.) Barber PA, Demchuk AM, Zhang J, Bauchan AM: Validity and reliability of a quantitative computed tomography score in predicting outcome of hyperacute stroke before thrombollytic therapy.
Boonreung Bauchan,known as the ``Snake Man,''died after suffering a venomous bite by a mamba,in the northeastern Thailand province of Si Sa Ket.
Boonreung Bauchan, known as the Snake Man, was showing a viper to people when he was bitten on the arm.
BOONREUNG Bauchan, who was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for spending the longest time with snakes has died after he was bitten by one of his 30 pet snakes in Thailand.
Mining was suspended in 1757 because of mine drainage problems, and for the next 70 years Fresnillo was only worked on a very small scale, and "furnished subsistence only to a few individuals (Auld and Bauchan, 1883).
Kendra PE, Owens D, Montgomery WS, Narvaez Tl, Bauchan GE, Schnell EQ, Tabanca N, Carrillo D.