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Acta Classica Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2013
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Alberta Sweetgrass General Newsletter Sep 1, 2015
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America's Insider Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 30, 2001
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APS Diplomat Fate of the Arabian Peninsula General Newsletter Oct 3, 2016
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APS Diplomat News Service General Newsletter Nov 21, 2016
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APS Diplomat Operations in Oil Diplomacy General Newsletter Nov 21, 2016
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APS Diplomat Recorder General Newsletter Nov 12, 2016
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Australasian Journal of Regional Studies Academic Magazine/Journal May 1, 2016
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Borneo Research Bulletin Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2015
  • Bibliography.
  • Fausto Barlocco, 2014, Identity and the State in Malaysia.
  • K.G. Tregonning, 2010, Merdeka and Much More: The Reminiscences of a Raffles Professor, 1953-67.
  • Marie-Sybille de Vienne, 2015, Brunei. From the Age of Commerce to the 21st Century.
  • Colour Sergeant Kailash Limbu, 2015, Gurkha: Better to Die than Live a Coward: My Life with the Gurkhas.
  • Ruedi Suter, 2015, Rainforest Hero: The Life and Death of Bruno Manser.
  • Ting Sik Kang, Wee Kok Poh, Chua Chen Choon, compilers, 2015, Kanowit in Old Photographs.
  • Monica Janowski, 2014, Tuked Rini, Cosmic Traveller. Life and Legend in the Heart of Borneo.
  • Isabell Herrmans, 2015, Ritual Retellings. Luangan Healing Performances through Practice. Epistemologies of Healing, Vol. 16.
  • Daniel Robinson, Adam Karlin, Paul Stiles, 2013, Borneo.
  • Kevin Y.L. Tan, 2015, Of Whales and Dinosaurs: The story of Singapore's Natural History Museum.
  • Hosted SIDS Pua Kumbu Competition and Workshop (24 October 2015).
  • The Tun Jugah Foundation.
  • Dr. Jayum Jawan from Sarawak, and a professor at University Putra Malaysia writes: "I am currently the Razak Chair for Malaysian Studies and...
  • Dr. Elizabeth Bennett of WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) won the 2015 Merdeka Award for her work on the conservation of endangered wildlife in...
  • "The Museum and Sabah's Heritage--Past, Present And Future" Golden Jubilee Seminar and Workshop.
  • South-East Asia Writer Award 2015.
  • FORMADAT.
  • Dayak Ethnicity: A special issue of the Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology.
  • International Sama Dilaut Conference: December 1-3, 2015.
  • 876
    California History Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2013
    577
    Canada and the World Backgrounder General Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2006
    1421
    Canadian Journal of History Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 21, 2016
    3862
    Canadian Journal of Regional Science Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2009
  • Toulouse, l'avion et la ville, de Guy Jalabert et Jean-Marc Zuliani, Toulouse.
  • Road transport in Senegal: the challenge of managing road transport stations/Le transport routier au Senegal : problematique de la gestion des gares...
  • Toronto ten years after amalgamation/Toronto dix annees apres la fusion municipale.
  • A new Perspective on regional development policies in Europe/Un regard nouveau sur les politiques de developpement regional en Europe.
  • Growth and well-being: the case study of French UPR/Croissance et bien-etre : le cas des RUP Francaises.
  • "Three types of human capital, with the same income growth? The influence of human capital variation (HK) on income growth for 152 Canadian...
  • The Role of Public Institutions in the Governance of Small Firm Clusters in France/Le role des institutions publiques dans la gouvernance des poles...
  • Hobby farms and protection of farmland in British Columbia/Les exploitations non-conventionnelles et la protection du territoire agricole en Colombie...
  • Population growth in Rural and small town Ontario: Metropolitan decentralization or deconcentration?/La croissance de la population dans les petites...
  • British Columbia's longevity advantage: a comparison of deaths across Canadian provinces and territories/L'avantage de la Colombie britannique en...
  • Rethinking the migration effects of natural amenities: part II/Repenser les effets des amenites naturelles sur la migration.
  • Rethinking the migration effects of natural amenities: part I/Repenser les effets des amenites naturelles sur la migration.
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    City Limits Investigates General Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2009
    24
    City Limits Magazine General Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2012
    62
    Contributions to Nepalese Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2012
    160
    Czech Music General Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2016
    758
    Foreign Policy in Focus Professional Magazine/Journal Jul 26, 2011
    534
    Germano-Slavica Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2009
    59
    Habitat Australia General Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2015
    1950
    Historical Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2016
  • Shenwen Li, Frederic Laugrand, Nansheng Peng, dir., Rencontres et mediations entre la Chine, l'Occident et les Ameriques: missionnaires, chamanes et...
  • Melisande Leventopoulos, Les catholiques et le cinema. La construction d'un regard critique (France 1895-1958).
  • Annie Lenoble-Bart, dir., Missionnaires et Eglises en Afrique et a Madagascar (XIXe-XXe siecles).
  • Pierre Hurtubise, o.m.i., ed., Un passe a decouvrir ou redecouvrir / A Past to Be Visited or Revisited. Actes du Premier Symposium consacre a...
  • Mgr Michel Dubost, Catholiques-musulmans: une fraternite critique.
  • Amelie Bourbeau, Techniciens de l'organisation sociale. La reorganisation de l'assistance catholique privee a Montreal (1930-1974).
  • Louise Bienvenue, Ollivier Hubert, Christine Hudon, Le college classique pour garcons. Etudes historiques sur une institution quebecoise disparue.
  • Gregory Baum, Fernand Dumont. Un sociologue sefait theologien.
  • Un feuillet paroissial polemiste: La Bonne Nouvelle du cure Lavergne (1931-1935).
  • La conversion des proprietes conventuelles et l'heritage des communautes religieuses a travers la perspective de l'amenagement du territoire: une...
  • Les croix de chemin du Quebec et la naissance du devotionnalisme contemporain.
  • L'Eglise et les bulles. Les representations du catholicisme dans la bande dessinee francophone (annees 1990-2010).
  • Louis Veuillot au college classique : un enseignement litteraire et religieux, 1840-1970.
  • L'ordre social dans les representations promotionnelles de la Banque d'Epargne, diffusees sous l'egide de la Societe Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Montreal...
  • Le catholicisme dans la culture populaire du Quebec: introduction.
  • Benoit Lacroix (1915-2016).
  • Rebel Priest in the Time of Tyrants: Mission to Haiti, Ecuador and Chile.
  • The Canny Scot: Archbishop James Morrison of Antigonish.
  • Religion and Greater Ireland: Christianity and Irish Global Networks, 1750-1950.
  • Becoming Holy in Early Canada.
  • 599
    Housing Report General Report Sep 8, 2015
    3
    Igorota General Magazine/Journal Oct 1, 2003
    61
    Impact Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2010
    119
    Iran Times International (Washington, DC) General Newspaper Nov 11, 2016
    15750
    Journal of Australian Political Economy Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2016
    236
    Journal of East Asian Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 1, 2016
    393
    Journal of the Australian Catholic Historical Society Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2015
    211
    Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society Academic Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2011
    659
    Journal of Third World Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2015
  • Corrigenda.
  • Wiarda, Howard. On the Boundaries: When International Relations, Comparative Politics, and Foreign Policy Meet.
  • Tripathy, Jyotirmaya, Sura P. Rath, and William D. Pederson, (eds.): Abraham Lincoln Without Borders: Lincoln's Legacy Outside the United States.
  • Frezzo, Mark. Sociology of Human Rights.
  • Burton, Antoinette. A Primer for Teaching World History.
  • Burns, Richard D. and Philip B. Coyle III, The Challenges of Nuclear Non-Proliferation.
  • Berger, Mark T. and Heloise Weber. Rethinking The Third World: International Development and World Politics.
  • Bangura, Abdul Karim. Keyboard Jihad: Attempts to Rectify Misperceptions and Misrepresentations of Islam.
  • Agyeman, Opoku. Power, Powerlessness and Globalization: Contemporary Politics in the Global South.
  • Polit Duenas, Gabriela. Narrating Narcos: Culiacan and Medellin.
  • Palmer, Steven, Jose Antonio Piqueras, and Amparo Sanchez Cobos, (eds.): State of Ambiguity: Civic Life and Culture in Cuba's First Republic.
  • McSherry, J. Patrice. Chilean New Song: The Political Power of Music, 1960s-1973.
  • Levenson, Deborah T.: Adios Nino: The Gangs of Guatemala City and the Politics of Death.
  • Leonard, Thomas M.: Historical Dictionary of Panama.
  • Darnton, Christopher. Rivalry and Alliance Politics in Cold War Latin America.
  • Ciccariello-Maher, George. We Created Chavez: A People's History of the Venezuelan Revolution.
  • Osnos, Evan. Age of Ambition: Chasing Fortune, Truth and Faith in the New China.
  • Dayley, Robert and Clark D. Neher. Southeast Asia in the New International Era.
  • Davidson, Christopher. The Persian Gulf and Pacific Asia: From Indifference to Interdependence.
  • Udogu, E. Ike. Examining Human Rights Issues and the Democracy Project in Sub-Saharan Africa.
  • 551
    Michigan: A History of the Wolverine State Academic Sourcebook Jan 1, 1995
    35
    Middle East Policy Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2010
    1039
    New Life Journal General Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2009
  • Corinna Wood: gathers together herbs and people ready to learn about them.
  • Local Wi-Fi on the rise.
  • Farmers receive help to promote their crops.
  • Paper mache in a new way! Juniper Cooper shares how you can turn paper scraps into a candle holder that's a work of art.
  • A partnership for sustainable development: Mike Figura outlines the recent agreement between three powerful government agencies that have joined...
  • DIY home improvement: you don't have to be scared to tackle some projects on your own, says contractor Terry White.
  • Sustaining sites and search engines: Mary Anne Bennick clicks her way to websites that have everyone's well-being in mind.
  • Savor your true nature: Ruth Gonzalez takes you to the True Nature Country Fair.
  • Mushrooms: doctors of the woods: Zev Friedman shares a fungus that can help keep you and your environment healthy.
  • Fitness on top of dysfunction: Brian L. Schwager reveals the fallacies of exercise performance and what you can do to avoid injury.
  • Preventing Alzheimer's: Dr. Elizabeth Pavka explains what nutrition's got to do with it.
  • Homemade herbal medicines: according to Corinna Wood, whipping up tinctures and infusions is easy as pie.
  • Protect your pet naturally: the secret to having a healthy dog or cat starts with their skin.
  • A little maintenance goes a long way: naturopath Glenn Ingram Jr. gets you thinking prevention to avoid chronic disease clown the road.
  • The power of perception: Mimi Hernandez shares how shooing away stress can mean a healthier you.
  • People are talkin', talkin' bout prevention.
  • 1147
    NotiCen: Central American & Caribbean Affairs General Newsletter Nov 10, 2016
    1646
    Ontario Birchbark General Newsletter Oct 1, 2006
    727
    Our Rights General Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2008
    76
    Ploughshares Monitor General Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2016
    868
    Saskatechewan Sage General Newsletter Feb 1, 2013
    878
    The Black Scholar Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2014
    267
    The Chicago Reporter General Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2015
    892
    The Loyalist Gazette General Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2016
    1675
    The Mississippi Quarterly Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2014
    1638
    Tok Blong Pacifik General Newsletter Sep 22, 2004
    66
    Tok Blong Pasifik General Newsletter Dec 22, 2015
    131
    Transactions of the Missouri Academy of Science Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2005
  • Crossing the karst: speleological observations of Lewis & Clark on the Lower Missouri River.
  • Development and field-testing of base-line inventory and monitoring protocols for cave biota at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
  • Video exit counts of gray bats (Myotis grisescens).
  • Cellular slime molds in Ozark caves.
  • Travertine deposits and seep wetlands, lower Meramec River Hills, Missouri.
  • Scientific teaching methods which enable artificial science.
  • Jamaican medical clinic: pre-medical service learning experience.
  • Correcting student misconceptions about the cause and prevention of electric shock.
  • Conceptual change of K-8 science teachers in Force and Motion.
  • The magneto generator: an introductory physics experiment.
  • Thoughts on tides and student activities involving tides.
  • Distribution of living foraminifera in Disenchantment and Yakutat Bays, Alaska.
  • Precambrian stromatolites replaced with epidote in a prebatholithic sequence of Reynolds County, Missouri.
  • Lower Mississippian dendroid graptolites of Missouri.
  • Sedimentary manganese and iron mineralization in the St. Francois mountains magmatic-hydrothermal iron district; Southeast Missouri.
  • Earth science conceptual understanding and three types of spatial ability in non-science majors.
  • Groundwater vulnerability to agricultural chemical applications.
  • Regional patterns of presettlement forests in a twenty-eight township area of the Boston Mountains, Arkansas.
  • Characterization of prairie recovery from cedar (Juniperus virginiana L.) Invasion.
  • Screening Festuca paradoxa and other native cool season grasses for native plantings.
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    Urban History Review Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2015
  • Jessica van Horssen. A Town Called Asbestos: Environmental Contamination, Health, and Resilience in a Resource Community.
  • Robert Sweeny, Why Did We Choose to Industrialize: Montreal, 1819-1849.
  • Leon Robichaud, Harold Berube et Donald Fyson, dir. La gouvernance montrealaise: de la ville-frontiere a la metropole.
  • Louise Poissant, dir. 50 ans de la Place des Arts.
  • Ryan O'Connor. The First Green Wave: Pollution Probe and the Origins of Environmental Activism in Ontario.
  • Brigitte Le Normand. Designing Tito's Capital: Urban Planning, Modernism, and Socialism in Belgrade.
  • Mathieu Lapointe. Nettoyer Montreal: Les campagnes de moralite publique, 1940-1954.
  • Catherine Gidney. Tending the Student Body: Youth, Health, and the Modern University.
  • Aimee Boutin. City of Noise: Sound and Nineteenth-Century Paris.
  • Christopher Armstrong. Making Toronto Modern: Architecture and Design, 1895-1975.
  • The affordances of MacKinnon Ravine: fighting freeways and pursuing government reform in Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Summary and conclusion to the special issue.
  • Urban environments and the animal nuisance: domestic livestock regulation in nineteenth-century Canadian cities.
  • Smelter fumes, local interests, and political contestation in Sudbury, Ontario, during the 1910s.
  • National and local definitions of an environmental nuisance: water pollution and river decontamination in six urban areas of Quebec, 1945-1980.
  • Environmental nuisances and political contestation in Canadian cities: research on the regulation of urban growth's unwanted outcomes.
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    Voices of Thai Women General Newsletter May 1, 2006
    26
    Wind Speaker General Newsletter Dec 1, 2005
    4316
    Windspeaker General Newsletter Sep 15, 2016
    5044
    Women's Health Collection General Collection Jan 1, 2009
    87
    Women's Health Journal General Magazine/Journal Oct 1, 2011
    642

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