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Skrifter Utgitt Av Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi I Oslo : No. 9

By: Norske Videnskaps Akademi I Oslo II Hist. Filos. Klasse

Book digitized from the library of Harvard University.; Published: I kommisjon hos H. Aschehoug & Co., 1956-1960; Universitetsforlaget, 1962-

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Variations in Quantity, Composition and Grain Size of Changjiang Sediment Discharging Into the Sea in Response to Human Activities : Volume 19, Issue 2 (02/02/2015)

By: J. Jia; Y. P. Wang; X. Zou; Y. Yang; J. H. Gao; J. Li; S. Gao; F. Bai

Description: Ministry of Education Key Laboratory for Coast and Island Development, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210093, China. In order to evaluate the impact of human activities (mainly dam building) on the Changjiang River sediment discharging into the sea, the spatial–temporal variations in the sediment load of different tributaries of the river were analyzed to reveal the quantity, grain size and composition patterns of the sediment entering the sea. The results show that the timing of reduction in the sediment load of the main stream of the Changjiang was different from those associated with downstream and upstream sections, indicating the influences of the sub-catchments. Four stepwise reduction periods were identified, i.e., 1956–1969, 1970–1985, 1986–2002, and 2003–2010. The proportion of the sediment load originating from the Jinsha River continuously increased before 2003; after 2003, channel erosion in the main stream provided a major source of the sediment discharging into the sea. In addition, in response to dam construction, although mean grain size of the suspended sediment entering the sea did not change...

BSWC – Bulletin of soil and water conservation in China: Press of Ministry of Water Resources of the People's Republic of China, http://www.mwr.gov.cn/zwzc/hygb/zgstbcgb/, last access: 30 December 2007.; Chen, Z., Li, J., Shen, H., and Wang, Z. H.: Yangtze River of China: historical analysis of discharge variability and sediment flux, Geomorphology, 41, 77–91, 2001.; Dai, S. B., Lu, X. X., Yang, S. L., and Cai, A. M.: A preliminary estimate of human and natural contributions to the decline in sediment flux from the Yangtze River to the East China Sea, Quatern. Int., 186, 43–54, 2008.; Dai, Z. and Liu, J. T.: Impacts of large dams on downstream fluvial sedimentation: An example of the Three Gorges Dam (TGD) on the Changjiang (Yangtze River), J. Hydrol., 480, 10–18, 2013.; Dou, Y. G., Yang, S. Y., Liu, Z. X., Clift, P. D., Yu, H., Berne, S., and Shi, X. F.: Clay mineral evolution in the central Okinawa Trough since 28 ka: Implications for sediment provenance and paleoenvironmental change, Palaeogeogr. Palaeocl., 288, 108–117, 2010.; Driscoll, N. and Nittrouer, C.: Source to Sink St...

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Skrifter : No. 4, Pt. 3

By: Norway Kjeldeskriftfondet

Book digitized from the library of the New York Public Library.

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St. Nicholas : Volume 45 Part 2

By: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905

Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 12 (Oct. 1875); title from cover; Conducted by Mary Mapes Dodge; A monthly magazine for boys and girls.; Suspended Mar. 1940-Feb. 1943; vols. 68-69 omitted; Published by: Century, Aug. 1881- ; by Educational Pub. Corp. 1940; by St. Nicholas Magazine, 1943; Vol. 1 (1873)-v. 45 (Oct. 1918). 1 v...

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Skrifter Utgitt Av Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi I Oslo : No. 11

By: Norske Videnskaps Akademi I Oslo II Hist. Filos. Klasse

Book digitized from the library of Harvard University.; Published: I kommisjon hos H. Aschehoug & Co., 1956-1960; Universitetsforlaget, 1962-

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Approach Magazine : March-April 2007: March-April 2007

By: Jack Stewart

Description: Navy & Marine Corps aviation safety magazine.

While we can be encouraged by our efforts this past year, and the improving trends, we have to realize two things: past performance doesn’t guarantee future results and we need to do better. In 2003, the Secretary of Defense challenged us to reduce mishaps by 50 percent, then upped the target to 75 percent. We all know the goal is 100 percent. Every crew that gets airborne is supposed to return safely as planned—that is our goal. The Naval Safety Center team wants that to be the standard....

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Skrifter : No. 4, Pt. 1

By: Norway Kjeldeskriftfondet

Book digitized from the library of the New York Public Library.

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Plos Biology : Determine the Nocturnal Behavior, Volume 4

By: Anurag Agrawal

Description : Although many organisms show daily rhythms in their activity patterns, the mechanistic causes of these patterns are poorly understood. Here we show that host plant volatiles affect the nocturnal behavior of the caterpillar Mythimna separata. Irrespective of light status, the caterpillars behaved as if they were in the dark when exposed to volatiles emitted from host plants (either uninfested or infested by conspecific larvae) in the dark. Likewise, irrespective of light status, the caterpillars behaved as if they were in the light when exposed to volatiles emitted from plants in the light. Caterpillars apparently utilize plant volatile information to sense their environment and modulate their daily activity patterns, thereby potentially avoiding the threat of parasitism....

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Skrifter Utgitt Av Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi I Oslo : Volume 3

By: Norske Videnskaps Akademi I Oslo II Hist. Filos. Klasse

Book digitized from the library of Harvard University.; Published: I kommisjon hos H. Aschehoug & Co., 1956-1960; Universitetsforlaget, 1962-

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List of Errata: Report on the Eruptions of the Soufriere, in St. Vincent, in 1902, and on a Visit to Montagne Pelee, in Martinique. Part I, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Containing Papers of a Math. or Phys. Character (1896-1934), Vol. 208

Description: List of Errata: Report on the Eruptions of the Soufriere, in St. Vincent, in 1902, and on a Visit to Montagne Pelee, in Martinique. Part I. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Containing Papers of a Math. or Phys. Character (1896-1934). 1908-01-01. 208:303–303...

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Skrifter Utgitt Av Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi I Oslo

By: Norske Videnskaps Akademi I Oslo II Hist. Filos. Klasse

Book digitized from the library of Harvard University.; Published: I kommisjon hos H. Aschehoug & Co., 1956-1960; Universitetsforlaget, 1962-

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Evolution of Localized Vortices in the Presence of Stochastic Perturbations : Volume 13, Issue 1 (10/03/2006)

By: V. Pavlov; E. Bécu

Description: Laboratoire de MÉcanique de Lille, Boulevard Paul Langevin, 59 655 Villeneuve d'Ascq, France. We consider the evolution of a distribution of N identical point vortices when stochastic perturbations in the Hamiltonian are present. It is shown that different initial configurations of vorticity with identical integral invariants may exist. Using the Runge-Kutta scheme of order 4, it is also demonstrated that different initial configurations with the same invariants may evolve without having any tendency to approach to a unique final, axially symmetric, distribution. In the presence of stochastic perturbations, if the initial distribution of vortices is not axially symmetric, vortices can be trapped in certain domains whose location is correlated with the configuration of the initial vortex distribution....

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Skrifter : No. 28

By: Norway Kjeldeskriftfondet

Book digitized from the library of the New York Public Library.

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Differences Between the Glacial Cycles of Antarctic Temperature and Greenhouse Gases : Volume 8, Issue 2 (27/03/2012)

By: A. W. Omta

Description: Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02130, USA. Ice-core measurements have indicated that the atmospheric concentrations of the greenhouse gases CO2 and CH4 show glacial-interglacial variations in step with Antarctic temperature. To obtain more insight into the nature of this relationship for cycles of different frequencies, measured time series of temperature, CO2, and CH4 are reanalysed. The results indicate that the temperature signal consists of a linear superposition of a component related to CO2 with a period of ~100 000 yr and a component related to variations in the obliquity of the Earth's orbital plane with a period of ~41 000 yr. This suggests that either there operate very different feedback mechanisms at the different time scales or that CO2 is not merely a~passive follower and amplifier of the glacial-interglacial variations in Antarctic temperature....

Archer, D. E., Eshel, G., Winguth, A., Broecker, W., Pierrehumbert, R., Tobis, M., and Jacob, R.: Atmospheric \chem{pCO_2} sensitivity to the biological pump in the ocean, Global Biogeochem. Cy., 14, 1219–1230, 2000.; Augustin, L., Barbante, C., Barnes, P. R. F., Barnola, J. M., Bigler, M., Castellano, E., Cattani, O., Chappellaz, J., Dahl-Jensen, D., Delmonte, B., Dreyfus, G., Durand, G., Falourd, S., Fischer, H., Flückiger, J., Hansson, M. E., Huybrechts, P., Jugie, G., Johnsen, S. J., Jouzel, J., Kaufmann, P., Kipfstuhl, J., Lambert, F., Lipenkov, V. Y., Littot, G. C., Longinelli, A., Lorrain, R., Maggi, V., Masson-Delmotte, V., Miller, H., Mulvaney, R., Oerlemans, J., Oerter, H., Orombelli, G., Parrenin, F., Peel, D. A., Petit, J. R., Raynaud, D., Ritz, C., Ruth, U., Schwander, J., Siegenthaler, U., Souchez, R., Stauffer, B., Steffensen, J. P., Stenni, B., Stocker, T. F., Tabacco, I. E., Udisti, R., van de Wal, R. S. W., van den Broeke, M., Weiss, J., Wilhelms, F., Winther, J. G., Wolff, E. W., and Zuchelli, M.: Eight glacial cycles from an Antarctic ice core, Nature, 429, 623–628, 2004.; Bartlett, K. B. and Harriss, R. C...

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Skrifter

By: Johan Herman Wessel; Joh. Herm. Wessel

Book digitized from the library of Harvard University.

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Plos Genetics : Identification of Mitochondrial Dna Polymorphisms That Alter Mitochondrial Matrix Ph and Intracellular Calcium Dynamics, Volume 2

By: Harry Orr

Description : Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) is highly polymorphic, and its variations in humans may contribute to individual differences in function as well as susceptibility to various diseases such as Parkinson disease, Alzheimer disease, bipolar disorder, and cancer. However, it is unclear whether and how mtDNA polymorphisms affect intracellular function, such as calcium signaling or pH regulation. Here we searched for mtDNA polymorphisms that have intracellular functional significance using transmitochondrial hybrid cells (cybrids) carrying ratiometric Pericam (RP), a fluorescent calcium indicator, targeted to the mitochondria and nucleus. By analyzing the entire mtDNA sequence in 35 cybrid lines, we found that two closely linked nonsynonymous polymorphisms, 8701A and 10398A, increased the basal fluorescence ratio of mitochondria-targeted RP. Mitochondrial matrix pH was lower in the cybrids with 8701A/10398A than it was in those with 8701G/10398G, suggesting that the difference observed by RP was mainly caused by alterations in mitochondrial calcium levels. Cytosolic calcium response to histamine also tended to be higher in the cybr...

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Skrifter : Volume 13-16

By: Norske Videnskaps Akademi I Oslo I. Hist. Filos. Klasse, Norske Videnskaps Akademi I Oslo, II Hist. Filos. Klasse, I Mat. Naturv. Klasse; Christiania Videnskabs Selskab

Book digitized from the library of University of Michigan.

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80 Microcomputing Magazine September 1983

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Skrifter Utgitt Av Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi I Oslo

By: Norske Videnskaps Akademi I Oslo II Hist. Filos. Klasse

Book digitized from the library of Harvard University.; Published: I kommisjon hos H. Aschehoug & Co., 1956-1960; Universitetsforlaget, 1962-

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Plos One : Cd95 is Part of a Let-7, Volume 7

By: Andrei L. Gartel

Description : The death receptor CD95 (APO-1/Fas) mediates apoptosis induction upon ligation by its cognate ligand CD95L. Two types of CD95 signaling pathways have been identified, which are characterized by the absence (Type I) or presence (Type II) of mitochondrial involvement. Micro(mi)RNAs are small noncoding RNAs that negatively regulate gene expression. They are important regulators of differentiation processes and are found frequently deregulated in many human cancers. We recently showed that Type I cells express less of the differentiation marker miRNA let-7 and, hence, likely represent more advanced tumor cells than the let-7 high expressing Type II cells. We have now identified miR-34a as a selective marker for cells that are sensitive to CD95-mediated apoptosis. Both CD95 and miR-34a are p53 target genes, and consequently, both the sensitivity of cancer cells to CD95-mediated apoptosis and the ability to respond to p53 mediated DNA genotoxic stress are linked. Interestingly, while miR-34a was found to positively correlate with the ability of cells to respond to genotoxic stress, let-7 was negatively correlated. The expres...

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Skotlands Rimur : Icelandic Ballads on the Gowrie Conspiracy

By: Guðmundsson, Einar, Fl. 1630.; Craigie, William A. (William Alexander), Sir 1867-1957, Editor; Sighvatur Gr. Borgfirðingur (Sighvatur Grimsson Borgfirðingur), 1840-1930; James I, King of England, 1566-1625

Book digitized from the library of the University of California.

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August 3, 1975 - Ford, Kissinger, Yugoslavian President Josip Broz Tito, 08

By: Office of the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs

Description: This file contains mutual and Balanced Force Reductions (MBFR)

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Skotlands Rimur : Icelandic Ballads on the Gowrie Conspiracy

By: Guðmundsson, Einar, Fl. 1630.; Craigie, William A. (William Alexander), Sir 1867-1957, Editor; Sighvatur Gr. Borgfirðingur (Sighvatur Grimsson Borgfirðingur), 1840-1930; James I, King of England, 1566-1625;

Book digitized from the library of the University of Michigan.

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Areal Rainfall Estimation Using Moving Cars as Rain Gauges – a Modelling Study : Volume 6, Issue 4 (03/07/2009)

By: M. Sester; U. Haberlandt

Description: Institute of Water Resources Management, Hydrology and Agricultural Hydraulic Engineering, Leibniz University of Hannover, Hannover, Germany. Optimal spatial assessment of short-time step precipitation for hydrological modelling is still an important research question considering the poor observation networks for high time resolution data. The main objective of this paper is to present a new approach for rainfall observation. The idea is to consider motorcars as moving rain gauges with windscreen wipers as sensors to detect precipitation. This idea is easily technically feasible if the cars are provided with GPS and a small memory chip for recording the coordinates, car speed and wiper frequency. This study explores theoretically the benefits of such an approach. For that a valid relationship between wiper speed and rainfall rate considering uncertainty was assumed here. A simple traffic model is applied to generate motorcars on roads in a river basin. Radar data are used as reference truth rainfall fields. Rainfall from these fields is sampled with a conventional rain gauge netwo...

Goovaerts, P.: Geostatistics for natural resources evaluation, Oxford University Press, New York, Oxford, 483 pp., 1997.; Goovaerts, P.: Geostatistical approaches for incorporating elevation into the spatial interpolation of rainfall, J. Hydrol., 228, 113–129, 2000.; Goudenhoofdt, E. and Delobbe, L.: Evaluation of radar-gauge merging methods for quantitative precipitation estimates, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 13, 195–203, 2009.; Grimes, D. I. F. and Diop, M.: Satellite-based rainfall estimation for river flow forecasting in Africa. I: Rainfall estimates and hydrological forecasts, Hydrol Sci. J., 48, 567–584, 2003.; Haberlandt, U.: Geostatistical interpolation of hourly precipitation from rain gauges and radar for a large-scale extreme rainfall event, J. Hydrol., 332, 144–157, 2007.; Hasse, L., Grossklaus, M., Uhlig, K., and Timm, P.: A ship rain gauge for use in high wind speeds, J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 15, 380–386, 1998.; Isaaks, E. H. and Srivastava, R. M.: Applied Geostatistics., Oxford University Press, New York, 1989.; Journel, A. G.: Non parametric estimation of spatial distributions, Math. Geol., 15, 445–468, 1983.; Krajewski...

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Skopas Leben und Werke

By: Ludwig Von Urlichs

Book digitized from the library of Oxford University.

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Plos Genetics : Loss of Myotubularin Function Results in T-tubule Disorganization in Zebrafish and Human Myotubular Myopathy, Volume 5

By: Gregory A. Cox

Description : Myotubularin is a lipid phosphatase implicated in endosomal trafficking in vitro, but with an unknown function in vivo. Mutations in myotubularin cause myotubular myopathy, a devastating congenital myopathy with unclear pathogenesis and no current therapies. Myotubular myopathy was the first described of a growing list of conditions caused by mutations in proteins implicated in membrane trafficking. To advance the understanding of myotubularin function and disease pathogenesis, we have created a zebrafish model of myotubular myopathy using morpholino antisense technology. Zebrafish with reduced levels of myotubularin have significantly impaired motor function and obvious histopathologic changes in their muscle. These changes include abnormally shaped and positioned nuclei and myofiber hypotrophy. These findings are consistent with those observed in the human disease. We demonstrate for the first time that myotubularin functions to regulate PI3P levels in a vertebrate in vivo, and that homologous myotubularin-related proteins can functionally compensate for the loss of myotubularin. Finally, we identify abnormalities in...

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Skopas Leben und Werke

By: Ludwig Urlichs

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The Copper Era : May 1907

By: C.E. Bull

Description: April 24, 1899, marked the beginning of the Copper Era, a newspaper out of Clifton in Graham (and later Greenlee) County, Arizona. Because Clifton was a mining town, the newspaper included many articles and advertisements related to mining. An article entitled “The London Mining Journal predicts that Arizona will soon pass Michigan and Montana in the production of copper,” appearing in the June 1, 1899 issue of the Copper Era, shows early evidence that Arizona mining towns were boosting their copper output. Editor Charles E. Bull led the Democratic paper through its initial development until July 5, 1900. In his book, Those Old Yellow Dog Days: Frontier Journalism in Arizona 1859-1912, William H. Lyon notes that George Kelly, father of future Copper Era editor William B. Kelly, was also connected with the paper. At this time, in 1899, local governments were beginning to drop their contracts with newspaper publishers for public printing, assuming that the newspapers would print the information anyway. The subsequent loss of revenue forced many newspapers out of business. From 1911 to 1929, William B. Kelly owned and publ...

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Skomorosh'I Virshi

By: Peretts, V. N. (Vladimir Nikolaevich), 1870-1935
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Eurasip Journal on Information Security : September 2008

By: Andrzej Drygajlo

Description: The overall goal of the EURASIP Journal on Information Security, sponsored by the European Association for Signal Processing (EURASIP), is to bring together researchers and practitioners dealing with the general field of information security...

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Skolestatistikk. 1861-63--1951/52

By: Norway. Kirke Og Undervisningsdepartementet.; Norway. Statistisk Sentralbyra. Skolestatistikk.; Norway. Kirke Og Undervisningsdepartementet. Beretning Om Almueskolevaesenets Tilstand.; Norway. Kirke Og Undervisningsdepartementet. Beretning Om Skolevaesenets Tilstrand.; Norway. Krike Og Undervisningsdepartementet. Skolevesenets Tilstand.

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A New Approach to Global Gravity Wave Momentum Flux Determination from Gps Radio Occultation Data : Volume 6, Issue 2 (22/03/2013)

By: P. Llamedo; A. De La Torre; T. Schmidt; J. Wickert; A. Faber

Description: Department 1: Geodesy and Remote Sensing, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Potsdam, Germany. GPS Radio Occultation (RO) is a well-established technique for obtaining global gravity wave (GW) information. RO uses GPS signals received aboard low Earth orbiting satellites for atmospheric limb sounding. Temperature profiles are derived with high vertical resolution and provide a global coverage under any weather conditions offering the possibility for global monitoring of the vertical temperature structure and atmospheric wave parameters. The six satellites constellation COSMIC/FORMOSAT-3 delivers approximately 2000 temperature profiles daily. In this study, we use a method to obtain global distributions of horizontal gravity wave wavelengths, to be applied in the determination of the vertical flux of horizontal momentum transported by gravity waves. The horizontal wavenumber is derived by the ratio of the phase shift and the spatial distance between adjacent temperature fluctuation profiles at a given altitude, following the method by Ern et al. (2004). A new method for the determination of the rea...

Alexander, M. J., Geller, M., McLandress, C., Polavarapu, S., Preusse, P., Sassi, F., Sato, K., Eckermann, S., Ern, M., Herzog, A., Kawatani, Y., Pulido, M., Shaw, T. A., Sigmond, M., Vincent, R., and Watanabe, S.: Recent developments in gavity-wave effects in climate models and the global distribution of gravity-wave momentum flux from observations and models, Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc., 136, 1103–1124, doi:10.1002/qj.637, 2010.; Alexander, P. and de la Torre, A.: A method to infer three cartesian wavelength of a mountain wave from three soundings, Am. Meteorol. Soc. Notes and Correspondence, 2069–2074, 49, doi:10.1175/2010JAMC2348.1, 2010.; Alexander, P., de la Torre, A., and Llamedo, P.: Interpretation of gravity wave signatures in GPS radio occultations, J. Geophys. Res., 113, D16117, doi:10.1029/2007JD009390, 2008a.; Alexander, S. P., Tsuda, T., and Kawatani, Y.: COSMIC GPS observations of the Northern Hemisphere winter stratospheric gravity waves and comparisons with an atmospheric g...

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Skolestatistikk. 1861-63--1951/52

By: Norway. Kirke Og Undervisningsdepartementet.; Norway. Statistisk Sentralbyra. Skolestatistikk.; Norway. Kirke Og Undervisningsdepartementet. Beretning Om Almueskolevaesenets Tilstand.; Norway. Kirke Og Undervisningsdepartementet. Beretning Om Skolevaesenets Tilstrand.; Norway. Krike Og Undervisningsdepartementet. Skolevesenets Tilstand.

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Bolshevism : An International Danger, Its Doctrine and Its Practice through War and Revolution

By: Miliukov, P. N. (Pavel Nikolaevich), 1859-1943

Publication suspended 1947 ; 1887-91, Journal of laryngology and rhinology; 1892-1920, Journal of larynology, rhinology and otology

Ear ; Nose ; Throat

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Skolestatistikk. 1861-63--1951/52

By: Norway. Kirke Og Undervisningsdepartementet.; Norway. Statistisk Sentralbyra. Skolestatistikk.; Norway. Kirke Og Undervisningsdepartementet. Beretning Om Almueskolevaesenets Tilstand.; Norway. Kirke Og Undervisningsdepartementet. Beretning Om Skolevaesenets Tilstrand.; Norway. Krike Og Undervisningsdepartementet. Skolevesenets Tilstand.

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An Account of Some Observations Made by a Young Gentleman, Who Was Born Blind, or Lost His Sight So Early, That He Had No Remembrance of Ever Having Seen, and Was Couch D Between 13 and 14 Years of Age. by Mr. will. Chesselden, F. R. S. Surgeon to Her Majesty, and to St. Thomas's Hospital, Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775), Vol. 35

By: Chesselden, W.

Description: An Account of Some Observations Made by a Young Gentleman, Who Was Born Blind, or Lost His Sight so Early, That He Had no Remembrance of Ever Having Seen, and Was Couch d between 13 and 14 Years of Age. By Mr. Will. Chesselden, F. R. S. Surgeon to Her Majesty, and to St. Thomas's Hospital. Chesselden, W.; Cheselden, W Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775). 1753-01-01. 35:447–450...

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Skolestatistikk. 1861-63--1951/52

By: Norway. Kirke Og Undervisningsdepartementet.; Norway. Statistisk Sentralbyra. Skolestatistikk.; Norway. Kirke Og Undervisningsdepartementet. Beretning Om Almueskolevaesenets Tilstand.; Norway. Kirke Og Undervisningsdepartementet. Beretning Om Skolevaesenets Tilstrand.; Norway. Krike Og Undervisningsdepartementet. Skolevesenets Tilstand.

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Harvard Law Review : 1894 Jan 25 No. 6, Vol. 7

Description : The Harvard Law Review publishes articles by professors, judges, and practitioners and solicits reviews of important recent books from recognized experts. Each issue also contains pieces by student editors. Published monthly from November through June, the Review has roughly 2,000 pages per volume. All articles--even those by the most respected authorities--are subjected to a rigorous editorial process designed to sharpen and strengthen substance and tone. The November issue contains the Supreme Court Foreword (usually by a prominent constitutional scholar), the faculty Case Comment, twenty-five Case Notes (analyses by third-year students of the most important decisions of the previous Supreme Court Term), and a compilation of Court statistics. The February issue features the annual Developments in the Law project, an in-depth treatment of an important area of the law....

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Skokie Swift : The Commuter's Friend

By: Buck, Thomas, 1917; Chicago Transit Authority. Research and Planning Department

Mass transportation demonstration project, final report.; HUD project ILL-MTD-1.; May 1968.; CTA publication no. RP-x68222.

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Health, United States, 2011: with Special Feature on Socioeconomic Status and Health

By: National Center for Health Statistics (US)

Description: Health, United States, 2011 is the 35th report on the health status of the Nation and is submitted by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to the President and the Congress of the United States in compliance with Section 308 of the Public Health Service Act. This report was compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). The National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics served in a review capacity....

TOC : Preface -- Acknowledgments -- At a Glance Table and Highlights -- Chartbook With Special Feature on Socioeconomic Status and Health -- Trend Tables -- Appendixes...

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