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Postmortem Changes in Mule Duck Muscle Marinated In Red Wine
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Y.-C.LlN، نويسنده , , CHEN، W.-T. نويسنده , , CHOU، R.-G.R. نويسنده ,
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روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2000
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This article focuses on the largely unacknowledged but nonetheless significant political contest, during the British Military Administration of Malaya and Singapore (1945?46), between Vice-Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten, Supreme Allied Commander SouthEast Asia, and Major-General Herbert Ralph Hone, who held a post equivalent to Governor-General. Following the sudden Japanese surrender of Malaya and Singapore, the struggle for mastery of policy between Mountbatten and the generals under his command was to prove a significant episode in the revival of British power in SouthEast Asia. Both sides adopted contrasting strategies for managing the growing threat of the Malayan Communist Party to British colonial rule, particularly in relation to the political strikes of 29?30 January and 15 February 1946 in Singapore. Mountbatten was reluctant to use either preventative arrest or the power to expel against Chinese communists which, as British military rule drew to a close, led both parties to refer their disputes to the Colonial Office in Whitehall.
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muscle , mule duck , postmortem proteolysis , red wine marination
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Journal of Food Science
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