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Author: Thomas C. Fuller
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: california, plants, poisonous
Number of Pages: 468
00 This highly informative volume describes California's native, naturalized, and cultivated plant species which can be poisonous and describes how to recognize them, where they are found, and what symptoms they produce. This highly informative volume describes California's native, naturalized, and cultivated plant species which can be poisonous and describes how to recognize them, where they are found, and what symptoms they produce.
Author: U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Publisher: GPO FCIC
Keywords: hiv, women
Number of Pages: 2
Get the basic facts about the virus that causes AIDS and how you can prevent it. Recognize the signs, and know what to do if you are HIV-positive.
Author: Joanne Mariner
Publisher: Human Rights Watch
Keywords: prisons, rape, male, escape
Number of Pages: 406
Failure to Recognize and Address the Problem - and the Perverse Incentives.
Author: Thomas A. Parker
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: rats, mildew, libraries, archives, termites, moths, eliminate, silverfish, beetles, cockroaches, recognize
Number of Pages: 126
Author: U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Publisher: GPO FCIC
Keywords: seniors, guide
Number of Pages: 24
Learn how to check out an investment sales pitch for legitimacy; recognize warning signs of fraud, types of fraud, and what to know about "senior" specialists and advisers.
Keywords: yesterday, christianity
Number of Pages: 574
Can pure Christianity in the first century be found in our time? If Christ were here today, can He still recognize the religion He founded considering it is now divided into 1001 sects, each asserting the truth? This book, CHRISTIANITY: YESTERDAY & TODAY reveals the answer.
Author: Julia E Sweig
Publisher: Council on Foreign Relations
Keywords: brazil, relations, global
Number of Pages: 125
This Independent Task Force finds that Brazil is a significant international actor whose influence on global issues is likely to increase and recommends that U.S. policymakers and others recognize its global standing and work with Brazil to develop complementary policies.