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• (2009)
In this dissertation I argue that Machado de Assis's short stories represent an important forum for the articulation and understanding of concepts of race in modern Brazil. I substantiate that claim by analyzing ten of his ...

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• (1999)
The third essay illustrates the deficiencies of traditional planning approaches to aid financed water investments and demonstrates the importance of embedding the macroeconomic linkages of agricultural into planning ...

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• (2006)
In terms of language policy and planning, such results show that the action of the centrifugal forces can actually limit the effects of the centrifugal forces. In terms of language analysis, further research is required ...

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• (1972)

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• (1993)
Analyses of both the business and inflation cycles remain the dominant concerns in macroeconomics since no single theory has yet consistently explained these two phenomena. It is generally agreed however that the assumed ...

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• (1979)

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• (1993)
Post-Keynesian economists describe Keynes's writing as a body of work that provides us with valuable insight into how mature market economies function. In apparent agreement, the consensus in development economics is that ...

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• (1978)

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• (1989)
The cytochrome P-450$\sb{\rm cam}$ reaction cycle is a complex set of coordinated chemical transformations requiring precise temporal and spatial control of reactivities. Cytochrome P-450$\sb{\rm cam}$ catalyzes the regio- ...

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• (1966)

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• (1992)
Many medieval chivalric romances contain an episode in which the hero goes insane, lives wild in the woods, gets better, and resumes his adventures. Most studies of such episodes have focused on ways that literature reflects ...

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• (2010-06-22)
Three experiments explore the hypothesis that due to linguistic and cultural factors, metaphor usage – or thinking in terms of what something is like – differs across cultures. In Experiment 1, a lexical decision task ...

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• (2008)
"The Magician in Medieval German Literature" is an exploration of a number of issues related to magic and learning in vernacular German fiction from the Middle Ages. A close reading of medieval German narratives reveals ...

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• (1958)

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• (1977)

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• (1974)

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• (1976)

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• (1981)
Binuclear transition metal complexes are of interest because they provide a simple system in which metal-metal interactions can be studied. The importance of understanding these interactions can be seen when one considers ...

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• (1978)

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