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The work of an independent cancer help centre

The African-Centred Worldview: Developing a Paradigm for Social Work

Social Work and Child-centred Family Court Mediation

Staff happiness and work satisfaction in a tertiary psychiatric centre

Relationship-Based Social Work and Its Compatibility with the Person-Centred Approach: Principled versus Instrumental Perspectives

Social Work and African‐centred Worldviews, Mekada Graham, Birmingham, Venture Press, 2002, pp. xiii + 165, ISBN 1 86178 049 4, £13.95

Into the Centre of Things: Poetic Travel Narratives in the Work of Kathleen Jamie and Nan Shepherd

J. Barry Jones and J. Osmond (eds), Inclusive Government and Party Management, the National Assembly for Wales and the Work of its Committees, IWA/Welsh Governance Centre, 2001, 192 pp., pb. £15

Educational Supervision in Social Work: A Task‐centred Model for Field Instruction and Staff Supervision, Jonathan Caspi and William J Reid, New York, Columbia University Press, 2002, pp. 340, ISBN 0 231 10853 2, £19

Current And Future Work Of Uncitral On International Commercial Arbitration: Partners In Europe - Arbitration in Central and Eastern European Countries, a Joint Conference organised by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) and the International Arbitral Centre of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber (VIAC) - Vienna (Austria), 1-2 April 2004.

Text-encoding, Theories of the Text, and the ‘Work-Site’1 1 The thinking in this study has been stimulated by countless conversations with my collaborators in the successive Just In Time Markup (JITM) projects at the Australian Scholarly Editions Centre, Phill Berrie (the programmer), Graham Barwell (University of Wollongong), and Chris Tiffin (University of Queensland); and by, if anything, even more conversations on editorial theory and textual computing with Peter Shillingsburg and, to a lesser extent, with Peter Robinson (both, De Montfort University, Leicester), who generously allowed me to read unpublished work of theirs.

The pathology of sensory aphasia, with an analysis of fifty cases in which Broca's centre was not diseased. By M. Allen Starr, MD. Brain 1889: 12; 82–99; with A remarkable case of aphasia. Acute and complete destruction by embolic softening of the left motor-vocal speech centre (Broca's convolution), in a right-handed man: transient motor aphasia, marked inability to name objects and especially persons, considerable agraphia and slight word-blindness. By Byron Bramwell, MD. Brain 1898: 21; 343–373; and Recent work on aphasia. By James Collier, MD. Brain 1909: 31; 523–549.

 

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A machine, set of machines, or a work station that performs a transformation or provides a service as part of a job. A product may pass through several such work centres in the course of manufacture.

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