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ADRIAN CAREY visits Cuddesdon College to see what is being done in a branch of training that is still a novelty in the Church of England's theological colleges Towards a Quaker View of Sex this essay by a group of Friends with a particular concern for young people and their problems is reviewed by the REV. DR. DERRICK S. BAILEY
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Patterns of Enzymes by D. W. Moss , Ph.D. of the Postgraduate
Medical School of London
By studying patterns of enzymes from cells in various organs of the body, medical scientists are evolving a powerful method of diagnosis, as well as providing material on which to speculate about the basic chemical processes of life.
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