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  1. CLEAN AIR ACT AND AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY (Q2525171)
  2. The Effect of Gasoline Prices on Automobile Sales (Q2525170)
  3. James D. Mooney and General Motors' Multinational Operations, 1922-1940 (Q2525169)
  4. How to Succeed in Business: Lessons from the Struggle Between Ford and General Motors during the 1920s and 1930s (Q2525168)
  5. Henry Ford, Industrial Ecologist or Industrial Conservationist? Waste Reduction and Recycling at the Rouge (Q2525167)
  6. Ford Automates: Technology and Organization in Theory and Practice (Q2525166)
  7. THE INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION OF AUTOMOBILE BRAND PREFERENCES (Q2525165)
  8. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN AUTOMOBILE LITIGATION (Q2525164)
  9. Industrial Mercurialism: Agricola to the Danbury Shakes (Q2525163)
  10. Religious Mobility in the Roman Empire (Q2525162)
  11. JUPITER, VENUS AND MERCURY OF HELIOPOLIS (BAALBEK) THE IMAGES OF THE "TRIAD" AND ITS ALLEGED SYNCRETISMS (Q2525161)
  12. Forum: Classics for the Masses? (Q2525160)
  13. EGO SUM PASTOR (Q2525159)
  14. Brooches and the Cult of Mercury (Q2525158)
  15. INTRODUCTION: PEOPLE, PLACES, AND RITUALS IN THE RELIGIONS OF ROME (Q2525157)
  16. Lethaeum ad fluvium: Mercury in the "Aeneid" (Q2525156)
  17. The Mithraic Symbolism of Mercury Carrying the Infant Bacchus (Q2525155)
  18. Plumage Coloration in Belted Kingfisher (<em>Megaceryle alcyon</em>) at a Mercury-contaminated River (Q2525154)
  19. Elemental Mercury Releases Attributed to Antiques — New York, 2000–2006 (Q2525153)
  20. Rapid Determination of Mercury Speciation in Marine Products by Molecular Spectrometry (Q2525152)
  21. Achieving the Great Lakes Initiative Mercury Limits in Oil Refinery Effluent (Q2525151)
  22. Public Health and Economic Consequences of Methyl Mercury Toxicity to the Developing Brain (Q2525150)
  23. New mercury treaty exposes health risks (Q2525149)
  24. MERCURY in the Anthropocene Ocean (Q2525148)
  25. Inorganic (Q2525147)
  26. Mercury in the National Parks (Q2525146)
  27. Midwinter skies, planets, and orbits, and the stars of summer (Q2525145)
  28. Into orbit: MESSENGER pays a yearlong visit to Mercury (Q2525144)
  29. Chemical Composition of Earth, Venus, and Mercury (Q2525143)
  30. Hot News on Mercury's Core (Q2525142)
  31. The Strangest Terrestrial Planet (Q2525141)
  32. New Observations of the Planet Mercury (Q2525140)
  33. Mercury: The Forgotten Planet (Q2525139)
  34. The Planet Mercury (Q2525138)
  35. (Q2525137)
  36. Origanum dictamnus L. Lamiaceae Dittany of Crete, Hop marjoram. Distribution: Crete. Culpeper (1650) writes: ‘... hastens travail [labour] in women, provokes the Terms [menstruation] . See the Leaves.’ Under 'Leaves' he writes: ‘Dictamny, or Dittany (Q2525135)
  37. Still-Life with a Watermelon and Pomegranates (Q2525126)
  38. [Man Cutting Watermelon] (Q2525125)
  39. Purple Amaranth and Watermelon", Folio from a Dispersed Nuzhatnama-i ‘Ala’i of Shahmardan ibn Abi’l Khayr (Q2525124)
  40. Two melon fruits, a honeydew melon (Cucumis melo) and water melon (Citrullus lanatus) Chromolithograph, c. 1870, after H. Briscoe. (Q2525123)
  41. Tumeric (Curcuma longa L.): rhizome with flowering stem and separate leaf and floral segments. Coloured engraving after F. von Scheidl, 1776. (Q2525122)
  42. 赤緞子地牡丹梅蝶々打掛 (Q2525121)
  43. Bottle with Peonies (Q2525120)
  44. Peonies (Q2525119)
  45. <!-- <button class="sort">030</button> -->Paeonia officinalis (bonderose) (Q2525118)
  46. Spotted wilt virus (?) on Pelargonium hortorum. (Q2525117)
  47. Flowers of six different varieties of pelargonium. Coloured engraving by J. & J. Parkin, c. 1835. (Q2525116)
  48. Tin of 'Allenburys' throat pastilles, London, England, 1920-1940 (Q2525115)
  49. The crusaders attack Jerusalem: Godfrey is wounded; an angel brings a medicinal herb to accomplish what the surgeon cannot. Etching by Antonio Tempesta, 16--. (Q2525114)
  50. <!-- <button class="sort">001</button> -->Three traditionally made shuttlecocks of cork and (Q2525109)
  51. Lens set in cork eye cup like watchmakers's glass, (Q2525108)
  52. Crocodile-shaped iron cork press, Portugal, 1801-1900 (Q2525107)
  53. Small cylindrical glass bottle with cork stopper, (Q2525106)
  54. Rotary cork press, Europe, 1871-1900 (Q2525105)
  55. Spearhead and Storage Case (清 矛頭) (Q2525104)
  56. <!-- <button class="sort">041</button> -->Whau. Cork tree (Q2525103)
  57. Coconuts and trees (Cocos nucifera), a cinnamon tree (Cinnamomum verum) and pinang tree (Areca catechu), in a tropical landscape. Line engraving after J. Nieuhoff. (Q2525102)
  58. <!-- <button class="sort">001</button> -->Selection of gold and silver pomanders, Europe (Q2525101)
  59. <!-- <button class="sort">001</button> -->Medicine chest containing cholera treatments, England, 1849-1915 (Q2525100)
  60. Rice Fields (Q2525099)
  61. TRAY (Q2525098)
  62. Lucretia (Q2525097)
  63. Mirror (Q2525096)
  64. Krakatoa: plantain trees (Musa x paradisiaca) and coconut palms (Cocos nucifera) in a forest clearing, with native man and his hut. Coloured soft-ground etching after J. Webber, 1788. (Q2525095)
  65. Landscapes, Figures, and Flowers (Q2525094)
  66. Case (Inro) with Design of Chinese Sages Drinking and Writing on Banana Leaf (Q2525093)
  67. Plantain banana (Musa paradisiaca L.): fruiting branch with sections of flowers and fruit. Chromolithograph by P. Depannemaeker, c.1885, after B. Hoola van Nooten. (Q2525092)
  68. Banana (Musa coccinea Andr.): fruiting shoot with leaf and numbered sections of flowers. Chromolithograph by P. Depannemaeker, c.1885, after B. Hoola van Nooten. (Q2525091)
  69. Fem herrer på en terrasse; en tjener bærer en agave frem (Q2525090)
  70. <!-- <button class="sort">001</button> -->Kopi efter Eckersbergs tegning: En blomstrende agave og en figenkaktus (Q2525089)
  71. Untitled (Cracked Watermelon) (Q2525088)
  72. Carcuma, Tumeric (Q2525071)
  73. Tabua (ceremonial whale tooth) (Q2525070)
  74. Siapo (tapa cloth) (Q2525069)
  75. Prostate cancer cells treated with curcumin, LM (Q2525068)
  76. Sir Anthony van Dyck with a sunflower (Q2525063)
  77. Fireplace and Grate Design with Sunflower Andirons (Q2525062)
  78. Sunflower: Haughtiness, from the series Floral Beauties and Language of Flowers (N75) for Duke brand cigarettes (Q2525061)
  79. Botanical dish with white sunflower (Q2525060)
  80. Sunflower (Helianthus annuus), from the Flowers series for Old Judge Cigarettes (Q2525059)
  81. Peonies Blown in the Wind (Q2525058)
  82. Paeonia officinalis 'Flore Pleno' (Q2525041)
  83. <!-- <button class="sort">772</button> -->Pelargonium inodorum Willdenow (Q2525036)
  84. Pelargonium species (Rose geranium) (Q2525031)
  85. A flowering pelargonium plant (Pelargonium T`he Baron'). Coloured zincograph by J. Andrews. (Q2525030)
  86. Mentha spicata (Spearmint) (Q2525029)
  87. Peppermint. (Q2525028)
  88. Mentha x piperita nigra (Black peppermint) (Q2525027)
  89. Pocket inhaler, London, England, 1901-1918 (Q2525026)
  90. Mentha x piperita (Peppermint) (Q2525021)
  91. An old dragon tree (Dracaena draco) with a gash in its stem releasing its "dragon's blood" resin and a door in its trunk. Aquatint with etching by R. G. Reeve after J. J. Williams, c.1819. (Q2525020)
  92. The dragon-tree = Draco arbor (Q2525019)
  93. Dragoeiro, the Dragon-tree (Q2525018)
  94. False dittany (Ballota acetabulosa (L.) Benth.): flowering stem with separate floral segments. Coloured etching by M. Bouchard, 1775. (Q2525017)
  95. Dittany (Origanum dictamnus): flowering plant with leaf and floral segments. Etching, c. 1718, after C. Aubriet. (Q2525012)
  96. 'The cork leg!' (T. Hudon, Mr. Fitzwilliam, J. Blewitt) (Q2525003)
  97. Quercus Suber (Cork Oak) (Q2524982)
  98. [Magnified view of cork tissue] (Q2524981)
  99. Cinnamon tree (Cinnamomum verum): flowering and leafy stem with floral sections. Coloured lithograph after M. A. Burnett, c. 1843. (Q2524976)
  100. <!-- <button class="sort">002</button> -->Small glass bottle, 1 of 8 pieces, made by semi-au (Q2524971)

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