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Author: Unknown
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Keywords: cellar, ivory
Number of Pages: 167
ISBN-10: 1440071195
ISBN-13: 9781440071195

Author: Winifred Weekes-Vagliani
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: ivory, coast, case, chain, institutions, food, actors
Number of Pages: 60
Published: 1985

Author: Edward A. Alpers
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: africa, central, later, nineteenth, century, east, trade, slaves, changing, pattern, international, ivory
Number of Pages: 328
Published: 1975
ISBN-10: 0520026896
ISBN-13: 9780520026896

Author: International Rice Research Institute
Publisher: Int. Rice Res. Inst.
Keywords: upland, rice, coast, workshop, ivory, proceedings, research, overview, bouak
Number of Pages: 576
Published: 1984
ISBN-10: 9711041219
ISBN-13: 9789711041212

Author: Martin S. Kramer
Publisher: Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Keywords: policy, papers, washington, institute, east, america, studies, sand, towers, failure, middle, eastern, ivory
Number of Pages: 137
Published: 2001-10-01
ISBN-10: 0944029493
ISBN-13: 9780944029497

On campuses throughout the United States, thousands of professors study and teach the Middle East. They fill the pages of journals, the shelves of libraries, and the minds of students with their paradigms, theories, and predictions. In Middle East crises, the media seek their opinions. Their enterprise is deemed a national resource: the federal government subsidizes over a dozen academic centers devoted to the Middle East. Yet for the past twenty years, Middle Eastern studies in America have been factories of error. The academics, blinded by their own prejudices and enslaved to the fashions

Author: David Spurgeon
Publisher: Int. Rice Res. Inst.
Keywords: crisis, looming, water
Number of Pages: 102
Published: 1995
ISBN-10: 9712200795
ISBN-13: 9789712200793

Working together toward a common goal; Water: a looming crisis; Rice plant types; Research program highlights; A new rice variety to meet tomorro's food production challenge; Getting to the root of drought tolerance; Coping with floods; Resisting blast in the uplands; A new concept promises to increase yield and sustainability; New frontier projects; Partnerships: making the most of research resources; Internation program highlights; Conserving and promoting genetic diversity; Strenghning international partneships program; Networks; Training; Information and knowledge exchange; Ivory towers an

Author: Silvio A. Bedini
Publisher: American Philosophical Society
Keywords: america, government, symbols, gavel, mace
Number of Pages: 102
Published: 1997
ISBN-10: 0871698749
ISBN-13: 9780871698742

One of the urgent priorities of the first Federal Congress was the formation of its organization, formulation of rules for its conduct, & the selection of appropriate officials & devices to represent their authority. Following British tradition, the newly organized House of Representatives & the Senate each appointed a Sergeant-at-Arms. For its symbol of the commonality of the American people, the House adopted the mace in the tradition of its mother country, while the Senate utilized a gavel or knocker. First used during meetings in New York of the House of Representatives, the mace was destr
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