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standard modern

The 1623 Folio and the Modern Standard Edition

Review: Sentential Object Complements in Modern Standard Arabic

Templates, the standard C++ library, and modern C++

Promoting a Secular Standard: Secularization and Modern Journalism, 1870–1930

Re the Shinorvic Trust: equity develops with modern standards and mores

A Bidialectal Programme for the Learning of Standard Modern Greek in Cyprus

Standard of Living: The Measure of the Middle Class in Modern America

THE DOUBLE STANDARD REVISITED: PLEBEIAN WOMEN AND MALE SEXUAL REPUTATION IN EARLY MODERN ENGLAND

The Effect of Modern Standard Arabic Orthography on Speech Production by Arab Children With Hearing Loss

Ryding, Karin C. A Reference Grammar of Modern Standard Arabic. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. xxvi + 708 pp. £80 (hardback); £40 (paperback). ISBN 0521–77151–X/–777712

Standard of Living: The Measure of the Middle Class in Modern America. By Marina Moskowitz (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004. xii plus 300 pp. $45.00)

Marina Moskowitz. Standard of Living: The Measure of the Middle Class in Modern America. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2004. Pp. xii, 300. $45.00

Marina Moskowitz. Standard of Living: The Measure of the Middle Class in Modern America. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004. xii + 300 pp. ISBN 0-8018-7947-7, $45.00.

Timothy Cuff. The Hidden Cost of Economic Development: The Biological Standard of Living in Antebellum Pennsylvania. (Modern Economic and Social History Series.) Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate Publishing Company. 2005. Pp. xvii, 277. $99.95

Timothy Cuff. The Hidden Cost of Economic Development: The Biological Standard of Living in Antebellum Pennsylvania. (Modern Economic and Social History Series.) Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate Publishing Company. 2005. Pp. xvii, 277. $99.95

 

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