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Miller v. Schoene, 276 U.S. 272 (1928), was a classic property rights case in balancing the ... Full case name, Miller, et al. v. Schoene. Citations, 276 U.S. 272  ...

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Oct 28, 2004 ... Miller v. Schoene approved the uncompensated destruction of cedar trees that were alternate hosts to a .... (Reed et al., 1914; Waite, 1914).

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Jun 16, 2014 ... SOD1 is a metalloenzyme that binds one copper ion and one zinc ion ..... to the surrounding brain tissue (Lovell et al., 1998; Miller et al., 2006).

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Jan 22, 2013 ... The copper bonding then also distorts, and the ions assume a long-range order to their site ..... How to cite this article: Miller, T.A. et al.

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Passivation processes in the copper (I) and (II) oxidation regions have been analyzed by means of ... Barry Miller et al., Journal of The Electrochemical Society.

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The deposits obtained were pure copper and not a copper-iron alloy. The total iron ... Annamalai et al., 1978b. V. ... Miller and Beckstead, 1973. J.D. Miller, L.W.  ...

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Copper recovery by cementation using iron nails surrounded by a fluidized bed of spherical copper particles ... Nadkarni et al., 1967 ... G.L. Oldright, H.E. Keyes, V. Miller, W.A. SloanPrecipitation of lead and copper from solution on sponge iron.

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Kenyon G. Daniel, Di Chen, Shirley Orlu, Qiuzhi Cui, Fred R. Miller, and Q Ping Dou. This article is .... Breast Cancer Research Vol 7 No 6 Daniel et al. R898.

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Oct 29, 1974 ... the activation energy and volume are 8.17 + 0.11 kcal/mole and 0.16 ~ 0.02 atomicvolumes ... spheric-pressure points of Miller and Dyson et al.