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Some Adventures of Samson Cogg by Ronald H. Clark (Jun 30, 1975). Further inventions of Mr Cogg by Carolyn Sloan and Glenys Ambrus (1981). Mr. Cogg and His Computer (Piccolo Books) by Carolyn Sloan (Sep 11, 1981). Mr Cogg and His Computer Sloan C by .
Some Adventures of Samson Cogg ISBN: 0900404337. The Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeolgy. A Traction Engine Miscellany ISBN: 0900404132. Goose & Son Ltd. 1975. The Development of the English Traction Engine. 1974. Steam Engine Builders of Lincolnshire ISBN: 0903582120.
Ronald H. Clark is a nationally known lecturer and author and . Clark is a nationally known lecturer and author and Distinguished Practitioner in Residence at Seattle University Law School. Clark has lectured at over 40 national courses and for numerous state prosecutor and bar associations.
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Ronald J. Clarke is a paleoanthropologist most notable for the discovery of "Little Foot", an extraordinarily complete skeleton of Australopithecus, in the Sterkfontein Caves. A more technical description of various aspects of his description of the Australopithecus skeleton was published in the Journal of Quaternary Science. He also discovered the Homo ergaster partial cranium SK 847. He also played a role in the discovery of a new skeleton of Homo habilis related to Homo rudolfensis.