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Images Dated 5th July 2011

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Fol.195r Opening words of The Book of Exodus, from the Borso d'Este Bible. Vol 1 (vellum) Featured 5 Jul 2011 Image

Fol.195r Opening words of The Book of Exodus, from the Borso d'Este Bible. Vol 1 (vellum)

XOT361747 Fol.195r Opening words of The Book of Exodus, from the Borso d'Este Bible. Vol 1 (vellum) by Italian School, (15th century); Biblioteca Estense, Modena, Emilia-Romagna, Italy; (add.info.: Incipit del Libro dell'Esodo;); Italian, out of copyright

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Design, Female, Floral, Flowers, Illuminated, Illumination, Illustration, Male, Manuscript, Pattern, Religious, Seated, Text

A tree casts a shadow over a wheat crop at a farm in Condobolin Featured 5 Jul 2011 Image

A tree casts a shadow over a wheat crop at a farm in Condobolin

A tree casts a shadow over a wheat crop at a farm in Condobolin, 285 miles (489 km) west of Sydney July 5, 2011. Australia's grain farmers, forecast to produce a close to record wheat crop in 2011/12, are becoming less optimistic about a bumper harvest as soils around the country start to dry out because of low rainfall. Picture taken July 5. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE) - GM1E7760M0W01

Heart attack and ECG trace Featured 5 Jul 2011 Image

Heart attack and ECG trace

Heart attack, conceptual computer artwork showing an ECG (electrocardiogram) trace from an unhealthy human heart. An ECG uses electrodes to measure the electrical activity of the heart during the pumping of its chambers, and records it as an electrical wave (green). The waves are irregular and then stop (flatline). This indicates that the heart has stopped beating and the patient is in cardiac arrest. Electrocardiography is a useful tool for the diagnosis of heart disease. The waves of an ECG trace can reveal the nature and location of many cardiac disorders