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Housequake 9 Dec 17
The Journal of African American Studies has published a collection of articles placing Prince at the center of scholarly analysis. You can now read their special issue here:
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Martin Ensslen Apr 18
Replying to @sumomi @SN_LibraryLink
I sent this issue to their customer support some time ago. They answered me via standardized email to check the FAQ about correct searching. Pretty disappointing. 👎 , please improve your search functions!
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Melanie Kloes Apr 18
Is it possible that the advanced search in is broken? when searching for »"automat*" and "requirement*"« in » where the title contains« the results don't look like I would expect. Other possibilty: Is really only the or Operator working? /cc
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Tech Coloproctology Apr 8
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Gianluca Pellino Apr 6
... and more: considering making the article "Editor's choice" -> following the discussion on ! shaping a new era of
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Ansgar Hudde 3 Jan 18
My first paper is published online in European Journal of Population! I show that childlessness is more common in societies where diversity in gender role attitudes is large.
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Aisling Leavy Jan 30
New paper on mathematical problem solving and problem posing, written with my colleague Dr. Mairead Hourigan, just published by Springer . Free access available at
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Sarah Jankowitz Oct 10
My book on the ways perceptions of victimhood impact processes of dealing with the legacy of conflict in Northern Ireland is now available in e-book form on ! Hard covers following soon in early November.
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Sam Cook May 9
My 2nd review on management in addresses off-crop habitat management Trap cropping to reduce pest density in the crop and flowering field margins to support the natural enemies could eliminate the need to spray!
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Noel-Ann Bradshaw 12 Dec 17
Great to see that book Women In Maths is now available. My chapter (well the abstract) on Florence Nightingale: Pioneer of Data Visualisation is available here:
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Colin Foster Nov 12
NEW open-access article with in IJSME , surveying the entire contents of Mathematics Teaching and Mathematics in School teacher professional journals since their beginnings
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Gianluca Pellino 29 Nov 17
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Fluid Academy Jan 3
Think about the use of early vasopressors: Phenylephrine-induced recruitable preload from the venous side to limit dangers of fluid overload. Read full article via
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Spencer Chainey Jan 23
New paper in Security Journal : The dispersion of crime concentration during a period of crime increase. Especially useful for hot spot policing + brings Latin American perspective to crime concentration literature
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Mireia Porta 23 Oct 17
📌Glutamine reduce permeability in athletes 🏃in hot 🌞
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Manel Esteller 31 Jan 18
Linking and , our article in Cancer and Metastasis Reviews 
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Perry Cormo 12 Nov 17
There y'are now, a wee essay by me :)
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Daito Manabe 2 Jan 18
I'm reading Visual SLAM algorithms: a survey from 2010 to 2016 on
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Katya Ivanova Mar 6
Though certainly a valid call for recognizing the plurality and diversity of family forms, I really wish that this article had also at least acknowledged the wealth of European research and data on the topic. 1/4
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Tech Coloproctology Mar 6
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