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New book: Italy and Greece, Watercolors by R.V. Cassill

During the Spring of 1983, author and artist R.V. Cassill and his wife, Kay, traveled to Italy and Greece.

These are some of the watercolors he painted on that trip.

Mr. Cassill is the author of over 20 novels and numerous short story collections.

He was also a lifelong visual artist, producing drawings, watercolors, oil paintings, lithographs, and sculptures in wood, metal, concrete and paper mache.

He often used drawings and paintings as a kind of notebook or diary for his written work.

Twin research reveals which facial features are most controlled by genetics – Science Daily


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Twin research reveals which facial features are most controlled by genetics
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The study, by researchers at King's College London, examined 3D face models of nearly 1,000 UK female twins, and found that the shapes of the end of the nose, the area above and below the lips, cheekbones and the inner corner of the eye were highly …

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Twin research reveals which facial features are most controlled by genetics – Science Daily


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Twin research reveals which facial features are most controlled by genetics
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The study, by researchers at King's College London, examined 3D face models of nearly 1,000 UK female twins, and found that the shapes of the end of the nose, the area above and below the lips, cheekbones and the inner corner of the eye were highly …

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Twin research reveals which facial features are most controlled by genetics – Science Daily


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Twin research reveals which facial features are most controlled by genetics
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The study, by researchers at King's College London, examined 3D face models of nearly 1,000 UK female twins, and found that the shapes of the end of the nose, the area above and below the lips, cheekbones and the inner corner of the eye were highly …

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Conjoined Twins Refuse to Be Separated Despite Doctor’s Warnings – PEOPLE.com


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Conjoined Twins Refuse to Be Separated Despite Doctor's Warnings
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When Carmen and Lupita Andrade were born, doctors said they only had three days to live. The conjoined twins, now 16, originally born in Mexico and now living in New Milford, Connecticut, defied those odds and lived far past doctors' expectations.
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Nazi doctor Josef Mengele’s sick experiments are discovered in a Munich research lab – Daily Mail


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Nazi doctor Josef Mengele's sick experiments are discovered in a Munich research lab
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Body parts and brains of victims of horrific experiments by Nazi doctors – including the infamous 'Angel of Death' Josef Mengele of Auschwitz – have been found at a leading German research institute. The gruesome remains were discovered in jars during
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Nazi doctor Josef Mengele’s sick experiments are discovered in a Munich research lab – Daily Mail


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Nazi doctor Josef Mengele's sick experiments are discovered in a Munich research lab
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Body parts and brains of victims of horrific experiments by Nazi doctors – including the infamous 'Angel of Death' Josef Mengele of Auschwitz – have been found at a leading German research institute. The gruesome remains were discovered in jars during …
Max Planck Society to carry out complete review of its specimens collection | Max Planck SocietyMax-Planck-Gesellschaft
Brains of Jewish Holocaust victims found in Munich instituteArutz Sheva

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Twin research reveals which facial features are most controlled by genetics – Science Daily


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Twin research reveals which facial features are most controlled by genetics
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The study, by researchers at King's College London, examined 3D face models of nearly 1,000 UK female twins, and found that the shapes of the end of the nose, the area above and below the lips, cheekbones and the inner corner of the eye were highly …

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Rare Conjoined Twins Seek Ordinary Life In Extraordinary Circumstances – Hartford Courant


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Rare Conjoined Twins Seek Ordinary Life In Extraordinary Circumstances
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The girls are among the country's very few sets of conjoined twins. They are attached along their chest walls down to their pelvis where their spines meet. They each have two arms, but only a single leg, with Carmen controlling the right and Lupita

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Twin research reveals which facial features are most controlled by genetics – Science Daily


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Twin research reveals which facial features are most controlled by genetics
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The study, by researchers at King's College London, examined 3D face models of nearly 1,000 UK female twins, and found that the shapes of the end of the nose, the area above and below the lips, cheekbones and the inner corner of the eye were highly …

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A letter to … Identical twins, who truly know what it’s like to be one of a pair – The Guardian


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A letter to … Identical twins, who truly know what it's like to be one of a pair
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Mine lives hundreds of miles away, but I saw her recently on a visit to the twins unit at St Thomas' hospital in London. We've been part of its research programme for years and it's a win-win thing for everyone: they get guinea pigs to help them

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