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The Pandects: A Treatise on the Roman Law and Upon Its Connection ...

By: Joel Emanuel Goudsmit
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Metallography, An Introduction to the Study of the Structure of Me...

By: Arthur Horseman Hiorns
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A Text Book of Engineering Thermodynamics

By: Charles Edward Lucke, John Joseph Flather
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The Digest of Justinian

By: Monro, Charles Henry, 1835-1908; Buckland, W. W. (William Warwick), 1859-1946; Justinian I, Emperor of the East, 483 565
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Foreign Direct Investment in Agriculture and Agro-Industries

By: Bhola N. Chalise

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: Following a series of economic reforms implemented since the early 1990s in particular, the Nepalese economy is considered to be fairly liberal. This is also true of the liberalization of foreign direct investment (FDI). This obviously reflects the realization that FDIs are desirable and need to be encouraged. However, the re-sponse has not been enthusiastic. Statistics show that Nepal attracts one of the lowest levels of the FDI among similar countries. Besides...

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The Metallography of Iron and Steel

By: Sauveur, Albert, 1863-1939
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An Introduction to General Thermodynamics : An Elementary Treatise On

By: Henry Augustus Perkins
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Rome, From Earliest Times to 44 B. C.

By: Mommsen, Theodor, 1817-1903; Howland, Arthur C. (Arthur Charles), 1869-1952

Subject: Rome -- History Republic, 510-30 B.C

Bibliography: p. [397]-402

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An Introduction to Thermodynamics

By: Mills, John, B. 1880
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An Investigation of the Second Law of Thermodynamics

By: Wainwright, Jacob T. (Jacob Tripler), B. 1854
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An Introduction to Thermodynamics for Chemists

By: Martin, Johnston D.
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Heat for Advanced Students

By: dser,Edwin.
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Heat and Thermodynamics

By: Francis M. Hartmann
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Heat Conduction : With Engineering and Geological Application

By: ngersoll,Leonard R.
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Heat Engineering; A Textbook of Applied Thermodynamics for Enginee...

By: Arthur Maurice Greene
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Lectures on Modern History

By: John Acton

Economic Theory Literature

Excerpt: Inaugural Lecture on the Study of History. [Delivered at Cambridge, June 1895 ] Fellow students?I look back today to a time before the middle of the century, when I was reading at Edinburgh and fervently wishing to come to this University. At three colleges I applied for admission, and, as things then were, I was refused by all. Here, from the first, I vainly fixed my hopes, and here, in a happier hour, after five-and-forty years, they are at last fulfilled. I d...

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January 10, 2005 Lessons from Natural Disasters and Emergency Reco...

By: The World Bank

Economics

The Major Issues: The World Bank is rarely called upon to respond to tsunamis, and it has only done so a handful of times. The most common natural disasters, on the other hand, are recurrent rather than single events: they strike the same nations repeatedly. When the devastation caused by storms, floods, earthquakes and other natural disasters in industrial and developing countries is compared, the injury and death rates can be up to 100 times higher in the poorer develo...

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Catalyst Stability in Fuel-Cell Electrodes

Excerpt: Basically, the hydrogen-oxygen fuel cell consists of porous electrodes separated by an electrolyte. Hydrogen and oxygen diffuse through the anode and the cathode, respectively, and undergo reactions that create a potential difference across the cell. At the anode hydrogen molecules dissociate into atoms and then release electrons. The hydrogen ions flow to the cathode through the electrolyte, and the electrons flow through the external circuit. At the cathode ox...

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Artificial Neural Network System for Classification of Offenders i...

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: When a serial offender strikes, it usually means that the investigation is unprecedented for that police agency. The volume of incoming leads and pieces of information in the case(s) can be overwhelming as evidenced by the thousands of leads gathered in the Ted Bundy Murders, Atlanta Child Murders, and the Green River Murders. Serial cases can be long-term investigations in which the suspect remains unknown and continues to perpetrate crimes. With state and loca...

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The Metallography and Heat Treatment of Iron and Steel

By: Sauveur, Albert, 1863-1939
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