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Money in Eastern Central Asia before AD 800

Late Miocene Mammal Localities of Eastern Europe and Western Asia Toward Biostratigraphic Synthesis

Homo Sapiens Societies in Indonesia and South-Eastern Asia

Food Security and Sociopolitical Stability in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Cytotype diversity and genome size variation in eastern Asian polyploid Cardamine (Brassicaceae) species

Courtship Songs of Chrysoperla nipponensis (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) Delineate Two Distinct Biological Species in Eastern Asia

The internationalization of retailing: implications for supply network restructuring in East Asia and Eastern Europe

Technology Adoption and the Investment Climate: Firm-Level Evidence for Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Study of the lithospheric and upper-mantle discontinuities beneath eastern Asia by SS precursors

Misinterpreting the East Asian Miracle—a Gerschenkronian Perspective on Substitution and Advantages of Backwardness in the Industrialization of Eastern Asia

KERR, Rose (born 1953), Deputy Keeper, Asian Department (formerly Curator, then Chief Curator, Far Eastern Collections, subseq. Far Eastern Department), Victoria and Albert Museum, 1990–2003; Consultant, East Asian Art and Archaeology, since 2003; Museums Specialist Adviser, Hong Kong, since 2014

Agreement between Great Britain and Japan respecting Rights and Interests in Eastern Asia and India, signed at London, 13 July 1911

Agreement between Great Britain and Japan relative to Eastern Asia (China and Corea) and India, signed at London, 12 August 1905

Mass transfer between eastern Tien Shan and adjacent basins (central Asia): constraints on regional tectonics and topography

Impact of Initial Conditions and Reform Policies on Agricultural Performance in Central and Eastern Europe, the Former Soviet Union, and East Asia

From Transition to Development: The Economics and Policies of Rural Transition in East Asia, the Former Soviet Union, and Central and Eastern Europe: Discussion

P166. Upper gastrointestinal involvement in asymptomatic Crohn’s disease patients in two countries of emerging disease: Asia and Eastern Europe

 

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The history of children's literature in eastern Asia is short compared with that of the West, although there was a rich oral literature. Taking priority over literature for children has ...

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