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self-defining

Defining the Discographic Self Desert Island Discs in Context

Defining Self-Management on the Individual Level

Thin, Thinner, Thinnest: Defining the Minimal Self

The Man and his Myth: The Self-Defined Roman Hannibal

Defining the syntax for self-assembling RNA tertiary architectures

The Emerging Mutable Self: Gender Dynamics and Creative Adaptations in Defining Work, Family, and the Future*

katherine c. little. Confession and Resistance: Defining the Self in Late Medieval England.

How Far is too Far? Defining Self and Other in Religious Studies and Christian Missiology

DYNAMIC NATURE OF PATIENT SELF-DEFINED GOALS OVER THE SERIOUS ILLNESS EXPERIENCE

T244. SELF-DEFINING MEMORIES PREDICT ENGAGEMENT IN STRUCTURED ACTIVITY IN FIRST EPISODE PSYCHOSIS

Dichogamy correlates with outcrossing rate and defines the selfing syndrome in the mixed-mating genus Collinsia

Regression-Based Self-Tuning Modeling of Smooth User-Defined Function Costs for an Object-Relational Database Management System Query Optimizer

Physician attitudes, self-estimated performance and actual compliance with locally peer-defined quality evaluation criteria

The Role of Depression in the Association Between Self-Rated Physical Health and Clinically Defined Illness

Single Substitutions of Phosphorothioates in the HDV Ribozyme G73 Define Regions Necessary for Optimal Self-Cleaving Activity

Katherine C. Little. Confession and Resistance: Defining the Self in Late Medieval England. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press. 2006. Pp. vii, 196. $27.50

 

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A term applied to a programming language, implying that the compiler for the language can be written in the language. See self-compiling compiler.

Subjects: Computing.


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