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Articles from ROM Magazine (December 22, 2008)

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A fossil paradise: the discovery of the burgess shale by Charles D. Walcott. 395
A girl's best friend for the holidays. 589
A leaf from history's book: tea at c5. 697
A night at the museum. 135
Batting order: how a 52-million-year-old fossil settled a longstanding debate on the evolution of bats. Seymour, Kevin Cover story 2137
Beyond the brush: a set of 17th-century Chinese fan paintings epitomizes the work of an artist who eschewed the usual tools of the trade. Ruitenbeek, Klaas 1066
Carved masks of the Ejagham people honoured women. Forni, Silvia 202
Celebrating Scottish heritage: Robert Burns Day, Sunday, January 25, 2009. 337
Cruickshank then and now. Fox, Ross 118
Ho ho holidays at the ROM. 96
Honouring the "rights of the soul". Bountrogianni, Marie 296
Keeping them guessing at fact? Or fiction? 2008. 261
Light & stone: gems from the collection of Michael Scott. 545
Material Ball Diamonds. 253
Need a special gift this holiday season? 86
No idol threat: but potent symbol of faith. Keeble, K. Corey 263
Northland Power helps reveal Trypilian culture. 173
Premier McGuinty announces the Dead Sea Scrolls to come to the ROM: a once-in-a-lifetime show. 393
ROM leads research on dinosaur brain structure. 287
Special events for friends. 117
Teck suite of galleries: earth's treasures. 720
The city that could have been. Alvarez, Francisco Interview 396
The Dead Sea Scrolls project: more than an exhibition. Thorsell, William 450
The glittering legacy of De Beers Canada. 208
The history of geology: a look at an earlier geological era at the ROM. Smith, Arthur 231
The nature of diamonds. 160
To conserve and protect: a behind-the-scenes look at the skill and detective work that goes into conserving artworks. Sobol, Heidi 3163
Trustee election results. 143
Vanbots builds on family focus. 159

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