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A search for J-band variability from late-L and T brown dwarfs*

Just Another Band From L.A. (Frank Zappa/Mothers Of Invention album)

Giemsa C-banded Karyotypes of Eight Species of Alstroemeria L. and Some of Their Hybrids

Zappa, Frank/Mothers Of Invention - Just Another Band From L.A.

Searching for I-band variability in stars in the M/L spectral transition region

An In Vitro L-band Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Study of Highly Irradiated Whole Teeth

A quantitative determination of the AGN content in local ULIRGs through L-band spectroscopy

Room temperature Q-band electron magnetic resonance study of radicals in X-ray-irradiated l-threonine single crystals

Broad-band strong motion simulations coupling k-square kinematic source models with empirical Green's functions: the 2009 L'Aquila earthquake

Post-seismic relaxation following the 2009 April 6, l′Aquila (Italy), earthquake revealed by the mass position of a broad-band seismometer

Low-frequency and broad-band source models for the 2009 L'Aquila, Italy, earthquake

An L'-band survey for circumstellar discs around low-mass stars in the young σ Orionis cluster

Methane band and Spitzer mid-IR imaging of L and T dwarf candidates in the Pleiades

Searching for gas giant planets on Solar system scales – a NACO/APP L′-band survey of A- and F-type main-sequence stars

No Band of Brothers: Problems in the Rebel High Command. By Steven E. Woodworth. Columbia: University of Missouri Press and Taken at the Flood: Robert E. Lee and Confederate Strategy in the Maryland Campaign of 1862. By Joseph L. Harsh. Kent: Kent State University Press

A broader or a narrower band of beneficiaries for the proposed new international regimen?: Some reflections on the merits of the Convention / Protocol structure in facilitating the former/Elargir ou restreindre l’éventail des biens d’équipement qui seront soumis au nouveau régime international proposé?: quelques considérations sur le bien-fondé de la structure Convention/Protocole pour faciliter une plus large application de la Convention


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Radar frequency band between 390 and 1550 μHz, used for radar scanning of the Earth's surface.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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