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Author: Lellia Cracco Ruggini
Publisher: Vivarium in Context
Keywords: context, vivarium
Number of Pages: 17
Published: 2008
ISBN-10: 8890203528
ISBN-13: 9788890203527

Author: Mario Fenyo
Publisher: American Philosophical Society
Keywords: transactions, aps, budapest, change, political, literature
Number of Pages: 180
Published: 2007-12
ISBN-10: 1422374432
ISBN-13: 9781422374436

A study of the Nyugat movement in the late Austro-Hungarian Empire, one of the organizers of which was the father of author Mario D. Fenyo. The objective purpose of this study is twofold. First, it is an attempt to formulate a methodology, a theory of the political function of literature. Second, it is a case study. Contents: The Historical Context; The Literary Context; The Financial Context; The Political Attitudes of the Nyugat Writers; Numbers & Literature; The Nyugat & the Intellectuals; The Nyugat & the Working Class; The Nyugat versus the Establishment; & The Mirror or the Hammer. Illus

Author: John A. Musick
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: fisheries, elasmobranch, techniques, management
Number of Pages: 264
Published: 2005
ISBN-10: 9251054037
ISBN-13: 9789251054031

This publication describes the scientific principles and techniques used for resource management of elasmobranch fisheries with emphasis on the particular context of elasmobranchs. The management characteristics of these fishes are described - their common bycatch character and their biological constraints on productivity (low growth rate, late maturity and low fecundity). Stock assessment of elasmobranchs is described in the context of management objectives in a wide management context. Special attention is given to accurate species identification given the prevalent aggregating of landings d

Author: Joseph Lavant
Publisher: OMI Publications
Keywords: speaks, god, context, book
Number of Pages: 45
Published: 2005-01-01
ISBN-10: 097646280X
ISBN-13: 9780976462804

Important messages sometimes come from unlikely sources and when least expected. The Book of Context is such a message. It ardently advocates for our children and all future generations appealing to our hearts and minds on behalf of their welfare. This is a message not only for those of faith, but for all who seek place and purpose in life. It provides inspiration and direction that crosses all religious lines with a common appeal to take personal responsibility for the needs of others, and to help secure a safe and joyful place in life for future generations.The Book of Context is a story tol

Author: World Bank
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Keywords: case, study, decentralization, bolivia, sector, reform, health
Number of Pages: 110
Published: 2004
ISBN-10: 0821357034
ISBN-13: 9780821357033

Bolivia has made significant progress in health status and equity in the last decade, due to the implementation of a series of health policies directed primarily at reducing maternal and infant mortality and controlling communicable diseases. These policies include the introduction of a focus on health outcomes in the context of decentralization, the implementation of public health insurance, the strengthening of vertically-financed public health programs and to a lesser extent, an increase in the size of the sector's workforce and greater participation of indigenous peoples.Health Sector Refo

Author: Robert S. Cox
Publisher: American Philosophical Society
Keywords: clark, context, lewis, route, convenient, shortest
Number of Pages: 290
Published: 2004
ISBN-10: 0871699451
ISBN-13: 9780871699459

Based on papers delivered at the Bicentennial Conference for Lewis & Clark, held in Philadelphia in Aug. 2003, these essays gapple in different ways with the motives underlying the Corps of Discovery & the impact on American culture. The question of failure is used by the authors as a means of interrogating the intellectual & cultural context in which the expedition was framed & in which its results were distributed. Contributors include Robert S. Cox (also the Ed. of the vol.), Domenic Vitiello, S.D. Kimmel, John W. Jengo, Brett Mizelle, & Andrew J. Lewis. Illus.

Author: Pamela K. Lattimore
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: policy, implications, context, trends, eight, cities, homicide
Number of Pages: 157
Published: 1999-04-01
ISBN-10: 0788178318
ISBN-13: 9780788178313

Describes the rationale for & approach to a study of homicide in 8 U.S. Cities -- Atlanta, Detroit, Indianapolis, Miami, New Orleans, Richmond, Tampa, & Washington, D.C. -- that experienced different trends in homicide from 1985 through 1994. Begins with a focus on the community, using homicide as the dependent variable” in the project's inquiry into context, policy, & homicide. Describes the project design & provides additional information on the hypotheses investigated, interview development & testing, & site selection. Also presents an analysis of the homicide trends in the selected citie
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