All surviving whales were shifted to the shore of the boat ramp area in Hamelin Bay, where they were covered and kept moist through the night in preparation for today's relocation to safer watersMore than 70 whales die in mass stranding Mar 23, 2009
It's very sad for me. Noah and I have a lot of history togetherDr. Carter of 'ER' leaving his practice Mar 31, 2005
Our findings lend hope that eradication of this persistent infection is attainable and a possible cure existsChlamydia-induced arthritis therapy found May 03, 2010
We can now say that the planet was altered on a global scale by liquid water more than 4 billion years agoData: Water may have covered all of Mars Jun 29, 2010
John Waynflete Carter (1905–1975) was an English author, diplomat, bibliographer, book-collector, antiquarian bookseller and Vice-President of the Bibliographical Society of London. After attending Eton College, he studied classics at King's College, Cambridge, where he gained a double first. His 1934 exposé, An Enquiry into the Nature of Certain Nineteenth Century Pamphlets, co-written with Graham Pollard, exposed the forgeries of books and pamphlets by Harry Buxton Forman, a distinguished executive editor of Keats and Shelley, and Thomas J. Wise, one of the world's most prominent book collectors. Forman and Wise's crimes are generally regarded as one of the most notorious literary scandals of the twentieth century. Carter also wrote seminal books on aspects of book-collecting, and edited the prose of the poet A. E. Housman. He was the husband of the writer and curator Ernestine Carter and the brother of the printer Will Carter (1912–2001) of the Rampant Lions Press, at which some of his smaller-scale works were published. He was also a humorist and writer of clerihews, some of which were printed by Will Carter in 1938.