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Identification by full adjustment: evidence from the relationship between futures and spot prices

Dignity & Discipline: Reviving Full Ordination for Buddhist Nuns. Edited by Thea Mohr and Jampa Tsedroen

Efficient edge-guided full-waveform inversion by Canny edge detection and bilateral filtering algorithms

Intra- and intermolecular interactions of human galectin-3: assessment by full-assignment-based NMR

Full calcium jacket: massive idiopathic myocardial calcification by cardiovascular magnetic resonance and cardiac CT

Joseph Haydn. 6 String Quartets Opus 54/55. Full Score and Parts. Ed. by Simon Rowland-JonesJoseph Haydn. 6 String Quartets Opus 64. Full Score and Parts. Ed. by Simon Rowland-Jones

Tempo and Mode of Human and Simian T-Lymphotropic Virus (HTLV/STLV) Evolution Revealed by Analyses of Full-Genome Sequences

Monitoring volcanic and geothermal areas by full seismic moment tensor inversion: are non‐double‐couple components always artefacts of modelling?

Care Full: Medico-legal Reports and the Istanbul Protocol in Asylum Procedures. Edited by René Bruin, Marcelle Reneman, Evert Bloemen.

Two-dimensional permittivity and conductivity imaging by full waveform inversion of multioffset GPR data: a frequency-domain quasi-Newton approach

Assistance Received by Employed Caregivers and Their Care Recipients: Who Helps Care Recipients When Caregivers Work Full Time?

Power spectral density function and spatial autocorrelation of the ambient vibration full-wavefield generated by a distribution of spatially correlated surface sources

Tombeau: Facsimiles of the Draft Score and the First Fair Copy of the Full Score. By Pierre Boulez, ed. Robert Piencikowski

A House Full of Females: Plural Marriage and Women’s Rights in Early Mormonism, 1835–1870. By Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

Diversity and structure of the archaeal community in the leachate of a full-scale recirculating landfill as examined by direct 16S rRNA gene sequence retrieval

“Lives Full of Struggle and Triumph”: Southern Women, Their Institutions, and Their Communities. Ed. by Bruce L. Clayton and John A. Salmond. (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2003. xii, 323 pp. $55.00, ISBN 0-8130-2675-X.)

Bruce L. Clayton and John A. Salmond, editors. “Lives Full of Struggle and Triumph”: Southern Women, Their Institutions, and Their Communities. Foreword by (New Perspectives on the History of the South.) Gainesville: University Press of Florida. 2003. Pp. xii, 323. $55.00


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The point of sailing where a vessel keeps as close to the wind as it can without any shiver or lift in the luffs of its sails, a condition also known as rap full.

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