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AUTHOR: Vaughan, John. TITLE: Class 40's at Work. PUBLICATION DATE: 1981-07-01. Read full description. Class 40's at Work by John Vaughan (Hardback, 1981). Pre-owned: lowest price.
Classified works overhauls on the Class 40s were also gradually phased out, only 29 members of the class had a full classified in 1980, and the final two emerged from Crewe Works in. .Vaughan, John (1981).
Classified works overhauls on the Class 40s were also gradually phased out, only 29 members of the class had a full classified in 1980, and the final two emerged from Crewe Works in 1981. The last to receive a classified overhaul was 40 167 in February 1981. After that, numbers dwindled slowly until, by the end of 1984, there were only sixteen still running.
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Dorothy Vaughan would go from being a small town maths teacher to one of the most important women at NASA. Dorothy Vaughan was an American computer programmer and mathematician who made significant contributions to the early . Originally joining NACA (NASA's forerunner) as a temporary war job she would end up sending the next 28 years there. She was also the first Black American supervisor at NASA, a role she would continue to hold up to and beyond its merger with NASA. Dorothy Johnson (her maiden name) was born on the 10th September 1910 in Kansas City, Missouri. Her family would later move to West Virginia in 1917.
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The book begins boldly with a mention of Stoner’s death . Stoner" received little attention when it was first published, but the book gradually found its readers.
The book begins boldly with a mention of Stoner’s death, and a nod to his profound averageness: ‘Few students remembered him with any sharpness after they had taken his courses. William Stoner is well into his 40s, and mired in an unhappy marriage, when he meets Katherine, another shy professor of literature. I think the book will have most appeal to those readers with a serious interest in study or a serious love for their job of whatever type.