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Other publications of the ACM include:
but they do not include non-research publications such as elementary textbooks, joint editorships, obituaries, and the like.
The feelies pioneered by text adventure company Infocom include many examples, such as blueprints, maps, documents, and publications designed within the context of each game's fictional setting.
Beyond its first verse, which is consistent, it has many historic and extant versions: Since its first publication, different verses have been added and taken away and, even today, different publications include various selections of verses in various orders.
Common uses of graphic design include identity ( logos and branding ), publications ( magazines, newspapers, and books ), advertisements and product packaging.
It may include activities such as examining newspaper articles, corporate publications, websites, patent filings, specialised databases, information at trade shows and the like to determine information on a corporation.
Fundraising efforts for the Tiptree include publications ( two cookbooks ), " feminist bake sales ", and auctions.
Details for the required modifications to the test statistic and for the critical values for the normal distribution and the exponential distribution have been published, and later publications also include the Gumbel distribution.
Significant publications include a collection of texts, a grammar and a lexicon ( both published posthumously ), in addition to a theoretically significant article on Menomini phonological alternations.
Robert C. Marwick is a local author whose publications include From My Rousay Schoolbag ; Rousay Roots ( 1995 ); In Dreams We Moor ( 2000 ) ISBN 1-899851-04-6.
He established the small publishing house Spring Ast LIX in 1997, whose publications include: Braes Woodland Diary-the First Ten Years by Ann Chapman.
Other clubs include music groups, language clubs, cultural organizations, student publications, and intramural sports.
When referring to other publications that include locations in their names, it uses italics only for the " non-location " portion of the name, such as the Los Angeles Times or the Chicago Tribune.
Its current priorities include communicable diseases, in particular, HIV / AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis ; the mitigation of the effects of non-communicable diseases ; sexual and reproductive health, development, and ageing ; nutrition, food security and healthy eating ; substance abuse ; and drive the development of reporting, publications, and networking.
Other publications of WHO include the Bulletin of the World Health Organization, the Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal ( overseen by EMRO ), the Human Resources for Health ( published in collaboration with BioMed Central ), and the Pan American Journal of Public Health ( overseen by PAHO / AMRO ).
Worldwatch publications include:
: For a broader class of publications, which include scientific journals, see Academic journal.
Other consumer-oriented publications of Dow Jones include Barron's Magazine, a weekly overview of the world economy and markets ; MarketWatch. com, the online financial news site ; and the consumer magazine SmartMoney which was jointly owned with Hearst Corporation until they sold their stakes to Dow Jones in March 2010.
These include publications from Thomas Crosbie Holdings, most notably the Irish Examiner ( formerly the Cork Examiner ) and its sister publication, the Evening Echo.
Founded in 1999 by Newman and a few leading CEOs, CECP has grown to include more than 175 members and, through annual executive convenings, extensive benchmarking research, and best practice publications, leads the business community in developing sustainable and strategic community partnerships through philanthropy.
Polkinghorne is the author of five books on physics, and 26 on the relationship between science and religion ; his publications include The Quantum World ( 1989 ), Quantum Physics and Theology: An Unexpected Kinship ( 2005 ), Exploring Reality: The Intertwining of Science and Religion ( 2007 ), and Questions of Truth ( 2009 ).
The publications of the group include the CFO brand family as well as the annual The World in ..., the lifestyle bi-monthly Intelligent Life, European Voice, and Roll Call.
Other important early publications include: Edward H. Chamberlin's ( 1950 ) The Theory of Monopolistic Competition ; François Perroux's ( 1950 ) Economic Spaces: Theory and Application ; Torsten Hägerstrand's ( 1953 ) Innovationsförloppet ur Korologisk Synpunkt ; Edgar S. Dunn's ( 1954 ) The Location of Agricultural Production ; Martin J. Beckmann, C. B McGuire, and Clifford B. Winston's ( 1956 ) Studies in the Economics of Transportation ; Melvin L. Greenhut's ( 1956 ) Plant Location in Theory and Practice ; Gunnar Myrdal's ( 1957 ) Economic Theory and Underdeveloped Regions ; Albert O. Hirschman's ( 1958 ) The Strategy of Economic Development ; and Claude Ponsard's ( 1958 ) Histoire des Théorie Économique Spatiales.
Spanish-language publications in the city include the newspaper, Centro.
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publications and Introduction
A. Frigyik, S. Srivastava and M. R. Gupta, Introduction to Functional Derivatives, UWEE Tech Report 2008-0001. http :// www. ee. washington. edu / research / guptalab / publications / functionalDerivativesIntroduction. pdf
His publications include Meteorological Essays ( 1823 ), an Essay on Artificial Climate considered in its Applications to Horticulture ( 1824 ), which showed the necessity of a humid atmosphere in hothouses devoted to tropical plants, and an Introduction to the Study of Chemical Philosophy ( 1839 ).
* Introduction to Physical metallurgy by Sidney H. Avner, second edition, McGraw hill publications.
His publications include Elementary Treatise on the Theory of Functions ( 1893 ), with James Harkness ; and Introduction to the Theory of Analytic Functions ( 1898 ).
His publications include botanical text-books such as Manual of Botany ( 1848 ), Class Book of Botany ( 1852 ), Outlines of Botany ( 1854 ), Elements of Botany for Schools ( 1869 ), Botanist's Companion ( 1860 ), Introduction to Palaeontological Botany ( 1872 ), and The Plants of Scripture.
His 1957 book Introduction to Operations Research, co-authored with C. West Churchman and Leonard Arnoff, was one of the first publications that helped define the field.
He realized how minor his role had been and wanted to put Howells's name on the title page, but a legal agreement with Harper and Brothers that his name would only appear on their publications prevented this, and Harper and Brothers wanted $ 2, 500 ( approximately $ 50, 000 with inflation ) for a release, compelling Howells to sign the Introduction as " The Associate Editors.
Yule was a prolific writer, the highlight of his publications being perhaps the textbook Introduction to the Theory of Statistics, which went through fourteen editions.
He edited the new material in the second edition of Rand's book, Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology, published in 1990 after her death ( the first edition was published in 1979 ) and frequently contributes to Objectivist publications.
His publications include History of an Expedition against Fort Duquesne in 1775, under Major-General Braddock, edited from Original Manuscripts, which was commended by George Grote, the historian, and was described by Washington Irving as “ ably edited, with an admirable introductory memoir ” ( Philadelphia, 1855 ); The Loyalist Poetry of the Revolution ( 1857 ); The Journal of the General Meeting of the Cincinnati ( 1858 ); Loyal Verses of Joseph Stansbury and Dr. Jonathan Odell, with Introduction and Notes ( Albany, 1860 ); Life and Career of Maj. John André ( Boston, 1861 ); and Les États Confédérés et de l ' esclavage ( The Confederacy and Slavery ; Paris, 1864 ).
Apart from his synopsis The Meaning of Religion, and a just simple Introduction in History of Religion, his publications are mostly restricted to the results of his incidental partial researches, published in the shape of a Communication of the Royal Academy of the Netherlands.
In subsequent publications ( Power and Privilege: A Theory of Social Stratification, McGraw-Hill, 1966, University of North Carolina Press, 1984 ; Human Societies: An Introduction to Macrosociology, McGraw-Hill, Paradigm Press, 1970-2011 ; and Ecological-Evolutionary Theory: Principles and Applications, Paradigm Press, 2006 ), Lenski built on the foundations of evolutionary theory laid in the 18th century by A. R. J.
Other posthumous publications were ' Tiberius '— a striking drama, with an Introduction by William Michael Rossetti, which presents a new view of the Emperor's character — and his first novel was revised and republished as ' A Child of the Age ' in 1894.
His publications included A Natural History of Fossils 1757, Elements of Conchology, or An Introduction to the Knowledge of Shells 1776, British Conchology 1778, and several important papers in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society and other scientific publications.

publications and Greek
Historian Elizabeth Eisenstein claimed that the fall of Constantinople in 1453 had threatened the importance and survival of Greek scholarship, but publications such as those by the Aldine Press secured it.
In publications of 1647 and 1654, Marcus van Boxhorn first described a rigid methodology for historical linguistic comparisons and proposed the existence of an Indo-European proto-language ( which he called " Scythian ") unrelated to Hebrew, but ancestral to Germanic, Greek, Romance, Persian, Sanskrit, Slavic, Celtic and Baltic languages.
His first publications were an edition of Terence ( 1516 ) and his Greek grammar ( 1518 ), but he had written previously the preface to the Epistolae clarorum virorum of Reuchlin ( 1514 ).
* Byzantine poet Musaeus also wrote a poem ; Aldus Manutius made it one of his first publications ( c. 1493 ) after he set up his famous printing press in Venice ( his humanistic aim was to make Ancient Greek Literature available to scholars ).
Although Vanth has no real Greek counterpart, she has been compared to the Greek Furies, the Erinyes, especially in older publications.
Eugène Delacroix's 1824 painting The Massacre at Chios and numerous publications brought the Greek cause to the attention of Americans.
Before his time four Italian towns had won the honors of Greek publications: Milan, with the grammar of Lascaris, Aesop, Theocritus, a Greek Psalter, and Isocrates, between 1476 and 1493 ; Venice, with the Erotemata of Chrysoloras in 1484 ; Vicenza, with reprints of Lascaris ' grammar and the Erotemata, in 1488 and 1490 ; and Florence, with Alopa's Homer, in 1488.
Other publications are: Judaistic Christianity ( 1894 ); Village Sermons ( two series ); Cambridge and other Sermons ; Prolegomena to ... Romans and Ephesians ( 1895 ); The Ante-Nicene Fathers ( 1895 ); and two Dissertations, on the reading of a Greek word in John i. 18, and on The Constantinopolitan and other Eastern Creeds in the Fourth Century.
The visitor can also find books on tobacco, publications of the Greek Organisation of Tobacco, archives of the Commercial Tobacco Association, private documents, tobacco maps and drawings, furniture etc.
The university has an extensive student life program, with over 300 student organizations ; club and recreational sports programs ; nationally ranked living-learning communities and freshmen experience programs ; student media organizations and publications ; and Greek organizations.
Burney gained a strong reputation as a Greek scholar with several publications to his name.
Some Greek publications claim it is the oldest Christian church in the world, although there are competitors for that title.
# These publications shall be true to the original Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek.
Among Dr Murray's other official publications are three folio volumes on Terra-cotta Sarcophagi, White Athenian Vases and Designs from Greek Vases.
In 1898 he wrote for the Portfolio a monograph on Greek bronzes, founded on lectures delivered at the Royal Academy in that year, and he contributed many articles on archaeology to standard publications.
He was a competent classicist, and his first publications were translations of Greek works.
There remain Greek and Italian Metalhammer publications, both published independently.
In recent years, the study of Cappadocian has seen a revival following the pioneering work on Language Contact, Creolization, and Genetic Linguistics ( Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988 ) by Sarah Grey Thomason and Terrence Kaufman, and a series of publications on various aspects of Cappadocian linguistics by Mark Janse, professor at Roosevelt Academy, who has also contributed a grammatical survey of Cappadocian to a forthcoming handbook on Modern Greek dialects edited by Christos Tzitzilis ( Aristotle University of Thessaloniki ).
Until the attention of the world was drawn to the study of Greece by the spirit of the last century by Barthélemy's Anacharsis & thence to the study of Greek architecture by the researches of Stuart & Revett architecture had for its guide this Country the Old Italian masters & their valuable commentaries & publications of the anct arche of Rome and Italy.
The College offers various opportunities for students to engage, socialize and participate in organizations relating to academic topics, Greek life, intramural and club sports, media and publications, service, special interest, spiritual and religious, student government.

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