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Francis Mackenzie, was a Scottish member of the Plymouth Brethren Nazarene group, who travelled to Belgrade to start work for the British and Foreign Bible Society to foster religious observance among the Serbian people
Francis Mackenzie, was a Scottish member of the Plymouth Brethren Nazarene group, who travelled to Belgrade to start work for the British and Foreign Bible Society to foster religious observance among the Serbian people. He stayed in Belgrade from 1876 till 1895. He settled there when the Turks left, as did many Austrians, Germans, Czechs, and Italians.
A comprehensive guide to homeopathic medicine. It also provides nutritional and lifestyle advice and a section on prevention of disease and health maintenance. For the latest books, recommendations, offers and more. Practical and realistic advice on safe treatments for every condition from colds to cancer.
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This book represents the collaboration of Judea Pearl, a professional expert on causality, and Dana MacKenzie, an excellent science writer who is also a mathematician. It addresses the complicated differences between attempting to truly establish that A causes B versus erroneously asserting that A and B must be cause and effect because they correlate. The book is not a quick read. But the subject is of sufficient importance to merit the effort to digest its complex analyses