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Mists Of Krynn - The DL Modules - DL3 Dragons of Hope
... by Tracy Hickman, with a cover by Keith Parkinson, and illustration by Parkinson and Larry Elmore, and was published by TSR in 1984 as a 32-page booklet with an outer folder and a large two-color map ... the DM, plus 2 detailed area maps and features art by Keith Parkinson ...
Angela Owen-Taylor
... She is the first councillor elected for Parkinson Ward ... The Parkinson Ward stretches along the southern boundary of Brisbane City and includes Heathwood, Larapinta, Pallara, Algester, Doolandella, Parkinson, Willawong and parts of Calamvale and ...
Stephen Parkinson
... Stephen Parkinson (1 August 1823, Keighley – 2 January 1889) was a British mathematician ... Parkinson went up to St John's College, Cambridge as a sizar in 1841 and graduated as Senior Wrangler in 1845, beating William Thomson ... Parkinson was the author of two mathematical textbooks, Elementary Treatise on Mechanics (1855) and A Treatise on Optics (1859) ...
Parkinson - Places
... Parkinson, Queensland, a suburb of Brisbane, Australia. ...
Sepan - Side Effects
... tremor, muscle rigidity, tardive dyskinesia, and akathisia, which are characterized as Drug-Induced Parkinson's disease and is the second leading cause of Parkinson's ... that has an active role in contributing to the development of drug-induced Parkinson's ... It is also of note that an estimated 17 of 100 new Parkinson's cases are linked to administration of either cinnarizine or Flunarizine, making cinnarizine and drug-induced Parkinson's a serious issue ...

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