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Sometime after Henry VII's victory at Bosworth, Rous returned to his earlier Historia, completing it sometime before his death in January of 1491.
And when Rous was kicked out, all of that pent-up anger was given an opportunity to express its feelings via a new FIFA supremo, Brazilian Joao Havelange.
Lease accounting based on a leased asset's "right-of-use" (the ROU approach) capitalizes the intangible ROU and its associated obligation at the present value of expected payments under the lease contract.
Rous was hired to continue Flexner's research into oncology, a subject about which Rous at first knew nothing.
Rous Lench is a traditional village complete with a green, a church and an attractive collection of domestic architecture, much of which was built by the Rous family and a subsequent owner of Rous Lench Court; Dr William Chafy.
28640 was "an earlier portion of the diary," based on the contents dealing with the Spanish Match controversy, (10) some of the other contents seem to indicate a later effort to collect documents from this time, or at least that Rous left space to add further notes and commentary as it became available.
Then he told me about the Abbe Rous himself, after whom the wine cellars are named - a local Catholic priest, politician, marketing guru, anchovy fisherman and winemaker, who in the late 19th Century had the vision and gumption to get together the local grape growers and set up a co-operative winery - in order to raise enough money to pay for a new church for his village.
The family home was Rous Lench in Evesham, Worcestershire.
PROCEED through the churchyard at St Peter's in Rous Lench and exit by the metal kissing gate at its rear into open countryside.
Rous (1956) observed that study mice housed in creosote-impregnated wooden boxes developed surprising numbers of skin papillomas.