Hunter là một chứng bệnh do thiếu I2S hay thiếu men (enzym) sulfatase iduronate. Nếu không có enzym này, mucopolysaccharidosis thu thập được ở các mô cơ thể khác nhau, gây ra tổn thương. Bệnh gây ra khuyết tật với các mức độ nặng nhẹ khác nhau: nhẹ thì trẻ có trí thông minh trung bình hay gần mức trung bình, nặng hơn thì cả thân thể và trí não suy sụp dần.
Title The Fortune Hunter (Dodo Press)Authors and contributors By (author) David Graham PhillipsPhysical properties Format: PaperbackNumber of pages: 104Width: 152 mmHeight: 229 mmThickness: 6 mmWeight: 165 gAudience General/tradeISBN ISBN 13: 9781406541410ISBN 10: 1406541419Classifications Nielsen BookScan Product Class: F1.1BICMainSubject: FBCPublisher Dodo PressImprint name Dodo Pr......
Title Fame and Fortune; or, The Progress of Richard Hunter (Illustrated Edition) (Dodo Press)Authors and contributors By (author) Horatio AlgerPhysical properties Format: PaperbackNumber of pages: 188Width: 152 mmHeight: 229 mmThickness: 10 mmWeight: 285 gAudience General/tradeISBN ISBN 13: 9781406565447ISBN 10: 140656544XClassifications Nielsen BookScan Product Class: F1.1BICMainSubje......
SHORT STORY BY O’HENRY
Đây là một serries truyện ngắn anh ngữ nổi tiếng với những từ vựng quen thuộc. Nhằm giúp các em và các bạn yêu thich tiếng anh luyện tập và củng cố thêm kỹ năng đọc tiếng anh
Sometime early in the spring of 1903, a letter was received from a man in Pennsylvania and published in
H-T-T, which a few weeks later brought to light one of the truest and best sportsmen that ever shouldered a
gun, strung a snare or set a trap--E. N. Woodcock.
Some of the happenings are repeated and all dates may not be correct, for be it remembered that Mr.
Woodcock has written all from memory. It is doubtful if he kept all copies of H-T-T, therefore was not sure if
such and such incidents had been written before. In most cases these are somewhat different and...
To Mayall the Valley of the Mohawk was a land where flowers bloomed, where one fair girl flitted about
through green glades and virgin forests, and lifted his mind to the supernatural, and he seemed to listen to the
voice of seraphs. Then sweet memory brought him again to the morning of life, and he stood by his mother's
knee, and leaned upon the cradle where he was rocked to soothe his infant mind. Again he rose to manhood.
The power of the music of the groves, and the sweet voice of Nelly Gordon, was the angel of the moment, that
unlocked the harmony of...
The following pages represent in the main a discussion of certain celebrated mysteries, as viewed in the light of the discoveries set forth in the writer's earlier work "The Riddle of Personality." That dealt, it may briefly be recalled, with the achievements of those scientists whose special endeavor it is to illumine the nature of human personality. On the one hand, it reviewed the work of the psychopathologists, or investigators of abnormal mental life; and, on the other hand, the labors of the psychical researchers, those enthusiastic and
.THE GOLD HUNTER'S ADVENTURES; OR, LIFE IN AUSTRALIA. BY WILLIAM H. THOMES A RETURNED AUSTRALIAN. Illustrated by Champney.
BOSTON: LEE AND SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS. NEW YORK: CHARLES T. DILLINGHAM.
CONTENTS. INTRODUCTION CHAPTER I. FIRST THOUGHTS OF GOING TO AUSTRALIA.—DEPARTURE FROM CALIFORNIA.—LIFE ON BOARD SHIP.—ARRIVAL AT WILLIAMS 15 TOWN.—DESCRIPTION OF MELBOURNE.—A CONVICT'S HUT. CHAPTER II. 13
.A MORNING IN AUSTRALIA.—JOURNEY TO THE MINES OF BALLARAT.—THE CONVICT'S STORY.—BLACK DARNLEY, THE 20 BUSHRANGER. CHAPTER III. TRAVELLING IN AUSTRALIA.—AN ADVENTURE WITH SNAKES.