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Water Study

Water Study

Case Studies in Water and Power The Yakima and the Pima

RE: “WATER, WASTE, AND WELL-BEING: A MULTICOUNTRY STUDY”

Water, Waste, and Well-Being: A Multicountry Study

A review of whole-plant water use studies in tree

Water intake for preventing stroke in healthy Japanese: KOBE Study Tomofumi Nishikawa

Water Institutional Reforms in Developing Countries: Insights, Evidences, and Case Studies

A comparative study of dielectric response function models for liquid water

A Comparison of Sea Water and Fresh Water in a Study of Sediment_Water Exchange of Radionuclides

Increased silicon levels in dialysis patients due to high silicon content in the drinking water, inadequate water treatment procedures, and concentrate contamination: a multicentre study

Theoretical study of large conformational transitions in DNA: the B↔A conformational change in water and ethanol/water

Increased silicon levels in dialysis patients due to high silicon content in the drinking water, inadequate water treatment procedures, and concentrate contamination: a multicentre study

Intact plant MRI for the study of cell water relations, membrane permeability, cell-to-cell and long distance water transport

The GATS and Regulatory Autonomy: A Case Study of Social Regulation of the Water Industry

Detection of microsporidia in surface water: a one-year follow-up study

Ultrastructural and biochemical studies on Candida albicans after prolonged incubation in sea water

Physical activity, food intake, and body weight regulation: insights from doubly labeled water studies

Experimental Study of the Influence of Water on Melting and Phase Assemblages in the Upper Mantle

 

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Modern dance work in one act with choreography by Humphrey, no music, and design by P. Lawrence. Premiered 28 Oct. 1928 by the Humphrey-Weidman Group at Civic Repertory Theater, New York. The sixteen dancers create images of the energy and movement of water.

Subjects: Dance.


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