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com Track listing * Backing vocals by Joan Cowsill Personnel Musicians Joan Armatrading — vocals, synthesizer, electric piano, guitar, mellotron, piano, harmonium, rhodes piano, percussion Howard Levy — guitar, backing vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar Steve Pearce — bass guitar Herbie Flowers — bass guitar John Bigham — bass guitar Steve Marriott — vocals Tony Carr — piano, electric piano, backing vocals Lee Brilleaux — drums Michael Landau — electric guitar, piano, organ Other Produced by The Associates Recorded at Olympic Studios, London Engineers: John Brand, Bill Price Mixing: Richard L. McKnight Photography: John Stone References Category:1978 albums Category:Joan Armatrading albums Category:Albums produced by The Associates (band) Category:Albums recorded at Olympic Sound Studios Category:Polydor Records albumsA 'Green' approach to development (KUDOS for catabolic waste): Environmentally benign gas sterilization in the setting of developing nations. Developing nations are experiencing an increased demand for sterilization due to a changing demographic profile. While sterilization in these nations remains a common practice, the impact of current sterilization techniques is well-documented. The goal of this review was to explore a novel method of sterilizing medical equipment utilizing a gas, hydrogen peroxide. In the developed world, hydrogen peroxide gas sterilization is well established and provides for excellent sterility assurance. In developing nations, sanitation is limited, and the use of biocides for water and air purification, as well as disinfectants for sterilization of medical equipment, are routine. When the traditional sterilization technique of steam autoclaving is used, the environmental impact is considerable. This review explores a green approach, based on hydrogen peroxide gas sterilization, to a common need of developing nations.Expert panel agree: 'Healthy' lifestyles can lengthen your life by years By Andrea Thompson HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Dec. 30, 2013 (HealthDay News) -- Having a healthy lifestyle can boost your longevity, according to a consensus statement developed by a panel of international experts. "Healthy" lifestyles include staying active, reducing alcohol and tobacco use, reducing your weight if you're overweight and getting


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