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These publications, written especially for the managers or owners of small businesses, indirectly aid in community development programs.
These publications replaced the U. S. Naval Medical Bulletin, published continuously from 1907 through 1959, as well as the Navy's Hospital Corps Quarterly and the Bulletin of the U. S. Army Medical Department, published from 1922 to 1949.
These publications may be secured as follows: The Annual Catalog from the Director of Admissions and other issues from the Publications Office.
These publications are overseen by an independent board and guided by a professional adviser employed by the University.
These publications were produced first on small tabletop printing presses, often by students.
These publications have layouts which illustrate theories and diagrams.
These recent clinical successes have led to a renewed interest in gene therapy, with several articles in scientific and popular publications calling for continued investment in the field.
These were called " smashes " or " spoons ", and they were written about quite frankly in stories for girls aspiring to attend college in publications such as Ladies Home Journal, a children's magazine titled St. Nicholas, and a collection called Smith College Stories, without negative views.
These scholars point to statements about judicial review made in the Constitutional Convention and the state ratifying conventions, statements about judicial review in publications debating ratification, and court cases before Marbury that involved judicial review.
These publications are sometimes referred to as being standards.
These amateur publications might or might not discuss science fiction and were generally traded rather than sold.
These factors included the continuing Baptist movement in England, English language publications about the Sabbath in the early 1600s, and a relative freedom of religion from state interference in Oliver Cromwell's commonwealth.
These influences, though undocumented, are cited in the official White House guide, and in White House Historical Association publications.
These and other ADSA publications helped standardize practices internationally.
These include publications from Thomas Crosbie Holdings, most notably the Irish Examiner ( formerly the Cork Examiner ) and its sister publication, the Evening Echo.
These ideas also spilled over into domestic kitchen architecture because of a growing trend that called for a professionalization of household work, started in the mid-19th century by Catharine Beecher and amplified by Christine Frederick's publications in the 1910s.
These include Rules and Regulations .< ref >< nowiki > http :// www. nlrb. gov / publications / rules_and_regulations. aspx </ nowiki >
These publications also varied in size, from as small as 7 x 10 inches ( The Boy ’ s Star Library is an example ) to 8. 5 x 12 ( New York Detective Library ).
These five publications are a part of the S. Gale Denley Student Media Center at Ole Miss.
These publications led to the resignation of incoming House Speaker Bob Livingston.
These three volumes featured most of the original poets, ( also including imagist poetry by the American poet John Gould Fletcher ), with the exception of Pound, who had tried to persuade her to drop the Imagist name from her publications and who sardonically dubbed this phase of Imagism " Amy-gism.
These publications utilized illustrations as a means of commenting on political and social issues, such illustrations becoming known as cartoons in the 1840s.
These were only published in English and can only be found in the reports of these congresses or in other official publications.
These research initiatives led to more than 5, 000 research publications and review articles in peer-review journals.

These and demonstrate
These teeth show " primitive morphology and wear pattern " which demonstrate that A. kadabba is a distinct species from A. ramidus.
These organizations require a lawyer to demonstrate special training, experience and knowledge to ensure that the lawyer's recognition as a certified specialist is meaningful and reliable.
These glasses containing red dye demonstrate qualitative changes in concentration.
These experts demonstrate that education in the English language and a good command of it is vital to identify that doublespeak is employed.
These flutes demonstrate that a developed musical tradition existed from the earliest period of modern human presence in Europe.
These seemingly antithetical images combine to demonstrate the proximity of the known and the unknown worlds, the two worlds of Understanding and Imagination.
These concrete examples and others like them demonstrate the moral considerations that Israelis ... have been dealing with since the Palestinans proudly decided to use suicide murder as their primary weapon.
These equations demonstrate that the simple harmonic motion is isochronous ( the period and frequency are independent of the amplitude and the initial phase of the motion ).
These results demonstrate that the presidential Ortega was the right which caused the change in the correlation of political forces in the country.
Recent research results also demonstrate that the small intestine and large intestine ( colon ) seem to be inefficient at absorbing vitamin K. These results are reinforced by human cohort studies, where a majority of the subjects showed inadequate vitamins K amounts in the body.
These cases demonstrate a paradox not in the sense that they demonstrate a logical contradiction, but in the sense that they demonstrate a counter-intuitive result that is provably true: the situations " there is a guest to every room " and " no more guests can be accommodated " are not equivalent when there are infinitely many rooms ( an analogous situation is presented in Cantor's diagonal proof ).
These experiments demonstrate that all objects fall at the same rate when friction ( including air resistance ) is negligible.
These early suburban villas, such as the one at Rome's Auditorium site or at Grottarossa in Rome, demonstrate the antiquity and heritage of the villa suburbana in Central Italy.
These regulated carriers, known as contract carriers, must demonstrate that they are " fit, willing and able " to provide service, according to standards enforced by the regulator.
These samplers were stitched more to demonstrate knowledge than to preserve skill.
These glosses demonstrate typical vocabulary differences between Classical Latin and Vulgar Latin in Gallo-Romance:
These missions were intended to demonstrate the claim of the Spanish Empire to what is now modern-day California.
These Acts sought to demonstrate that establishing royal jurisdiction over the Church would ensure progress in " religious reformation " where papal authority had been insufficient.
These demonstrate his attempt to express the tension between the static stone and the dynamic desires of the figures represented emerging into solidity from it.
These organizations continue to demonstrate and teach various ways of shaping stone tools.
These things, Perry said, demonstrate " just how much the world has changed, just how much our security has changed, just how much the Department of Defense has changed, and just how much my job has changed.
These devices would have been limited in their effectiveness and could only serve to demonstrate a principle.

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