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- Ramón y Cajal, Santiago 1852-1934. Spanish histologist. He shared a 1906 Nobel Prize for research on the structure of the nervous system.
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Iran's shortcomings extend to "the violent suppression of dissent, detention and executions without due process of law, severe discrimination against women and minorities including people of Bah'ai faith, and restrictions of expression and religion," said the statement.
- Bah'ai Association The Bah'ai Association meets each Sunday and is devoted to further the tenets of the Bah'ai Faith.
Instead I rose, listened to a speaker on the Bah'ai faith, ate breakfast, gave thanks, and went out for my morning walk.