The Battle of Frenchtown (1855), Washington Territory: the Political and Demographic Context rev 9/4/11The Battle of Frenchtown (1855), Washington Territory: the Political and Demographic Context rev 9/4/11
Own, was opened on December 11, 2010. This date commemorated an event which had taken place 155 years earlier, one in which over 1,000 men found themselves engaged in a four-day battle in the Walla Walla Valley
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On the Madden Julian Oscillation Atlantic Hurricane RelationshipOn the Madden Julian Oscillation Atlantic Hurricane Relationship
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Guide to the Machine-Readable arl statistics DataGuide to the Machine-Readable arl statistics Data
The data files described in this guide contain the statistics for all members of the Association of Research Libraries for the year 1989-2008. These data are published in
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Chapter 1: IntroductionChapter 1: Introduction
The move appears to be away from the printed product towards existing or new electronic devices creating an online newspaper in a variety of formats
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States cp ddi 2012States cp ddi 2012
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Side event: indigenous connectivity 2005 United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues Thursday, May 19 2005Side event: indigenous connectivity 2005 United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues Thursday, May 19 2005
Good afternoon, colleagues, and welcome to the 2005 Side Event on Indigenous Connectivity
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Developmental State and Innovation: Nanotechnology in ChinaDevelopmental State and Innovation: Nanotechnology in China
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E-graffiti: evaluating real-world use of a context-aware systemE-graffiti: evaluating real-world use of a context-aware system
We released e-graffiti to 57 students who were using laptops that could access the campus wireless network. Their use of e-graffiti was logged in a remote database and they were also required to fill out a questionnaire towards the end of
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History Lab: Was the Industrial Revolution ultimately good or bad for society? Background: The Industrial Revolution SourceHistory Lab: Was the Industrial Revolution ultimately good or bad for society? Background: The Industrial Revolution Source
Instead, it was a revolution of ideas and industry. The invention of machines instantly changed the way people made goods. It also changed the way people lived and thought. This time of rapid change is known as the Industrial Revolution
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Adding Animal Movement Data to Ocean Observing SystemsAdding Animal Movement Data to Ocean Observing Systems
Integrated Tags” to existing and future Ocean Observation Systems provides information of high economic value and complements biologging data which is only obtainable from larger fish because of the size of the tags
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Responding to New Jersey’s Opiate Overdose EpidemicResponding to New Jersey’s Opiate Overdose Epidemic
New Jersey. This report contains sensitive yet critical information regarding student drug use trends, and it is intended solely for the use of the recipient. This report should not be reproduced or circulated without the expressed consent of
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Supplementary InformationSupplementary Information
Two to six colonies from strains representing the 6,106 orfs verified by pcr were analyzed by Western blots. A strain collection for public distribution
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The most common online feature offered by magazines isThe most common online feature offered by magazines is
As readers flock to online media sources for news and information, magazines must increase their presence on the Web. In our research all but two of the top 50 commercial magazines had active websites
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This dossier of disgrace exposes the self- interest and lack of integrityThis dossier of disgrace exposes the self- interest and lack of integrity
But it is the subsequent betrayal and privatisation of our nhs, driven by the monstrous Health and Social Care Act that has made this a genuine scandal for our democracy. The Government and their cronies must be exposed before it is too late to save
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Administrators, officers, traders and seigneursAdministrators, officers, traders and seigneurs
United States and from the British Isles began to change the makeup of the society. The natural growth of the Canadien population ensure the predominance of a Francophone, Catholic population in the territory of Quebec
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