Adaptive geostatistical sampling enables efficient identification of malaria hotspots in repeated cross-sectional surveys in rural MalawiAdaptive geostatistical sampling enables efficient identification of malaria hotspots in repeated cross-sectional surveys in rural Malawi
Alinune N. Kabaghe1, 2, Michael G. Chipeta2, 3, 4, Robert S. McCann2, 5, Kamija S. Phiri2, Michele van Vugt1, Willem Takken5, Peter Diggle3, Anja D. Terlouw 4
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Investigating mitochondrial dna relationships in Neolithic Western Europe through serial coalescent simulations
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Lincoln-Douglas DebateLincoln-Douglas Debate
Martin rhonheimer [Prof Of Philosophy at The Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome. “The political ethos of constitutional democracy and the place of natural law in public reason
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Unertan syndrome: review and report of four new cases uner tanUnertan syndrome: review and report of four new cases uner tan
Key words: Unertan syndrome, quadrupedality, bipedality, rudimentary intelligence, primitive language, genetics, wheel, evolution
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Distance Learning: Promises, Problems, and PossibilitiesDistance Learning: Promises, Problems, and Possibilities
This paper will examine some of the current research and thought on the promises, problems, and the future possibilities in modern distance learning, particularly types that are delivered via electronic means
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E-leader, Slovakia 2006E-leader, Slovakia 2006
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Scientific data shows Greenland's continental shelf is connected to a ridge beneath the Arctic Ocean, giving Danes a claim to the North Pole and any potential energy resources beneath it, Denmark's foreign minister said
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Please note any non-applicable sections were omitted and document was renumbered accordingly
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B. A. Honors (Economics), University of Sussex, England, l968B. A. Honors (Economics), University of Sussex, England, l968
Classical Arabic, English, French, German, Italian, Persian and reading knowledge of Spanish
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Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs for Nursing, Duke University Health System
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Is Social Media Good for Our Society?Is Social Media Good for Our Society?
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest, as of Jan. 2014, up from 26% in 2008. [26] [174] On social media sites like these, users may develop biographical profiles, communicate with friends and strangers, do research, and share
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A community of Women: Cherokees and Moravians in the Early Nineteenth CenturyA community of Women: Cherokees and Moravians in the Early Nineteenth Century
When several Cherokee women joined the United Brethren, they formed a sisterhood with Moravian women rooted in shared faith, as well as work, that enabled them to entrust their daughters to the care of Moravian Sisters
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Professional experienceProfessional experience
Post Doctoral Fellow, Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard University, 1979-80
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Michael b. Shapiro, J. DMichael b. Shapiro, J. D
Citi collaborative Institutional Training Initiative Human Research Curriculum
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Publications: Brief Communications: Abstracts, Book Reviews, Editorials, Posters
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