Minnesota History Quarterly: Indexes Jackson, William Turrentine, author, 23282, 383, 2679, 2767. work reviewed, 4278 joint Committee for Employment Opportunity, Minneapolis, 52181 http://www.mnhs.org/market/mhspress/MinnesotaHistory/index/histidxj.html
Extractions: chooseFlashOrStatic (7, "http://www.mnhs.org/web_assets/movies/mhs_minimalheader.swf?update", "http://www.mnhs.org/web_assets/mhs_minimalheader.gif", 760, 45, "Minnesota Historical Society", "MHSheader"); Internet Explorer Quick Search: Select Find from the Edit menu. Enter your term. Click Find Next Select Find in This Page from the Search menu. Enter your term. Click Find Print an entry: Highlight the text to print. Select Print from the File menu. Check Selection under Page Range. Click Print Entry Format: 52:28 refers to volume 52, page 28. Photocopies of articles may be purchased through the Copy Center . See Back Issues for a list of articles beginning with volume 41 (1968). Publication Dates Volume Year(s) Search a Letter A B C D ... Z Last updated August 22, 2005 J. A. Lord, Dramatic Company, 28:110
Library Catalog Documents are listed according to the country of origin of author, and in some cases, by the geographic CICP1. Moreno, Carlos and Mangiaterra, Mabel. http://www.icomos.org/usicomos/Publications/Library_Catalog.htm
Extractions: PAPERS COLLECTED FROM INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES Updated 16 September 1996 The following compilation of titles represents papers that have been presented at various international conferences, symposia, etc in the recent and not so recent past or that have been published in various journals. All are on file in the library of US/ICOMOS , the U.S. National Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites. Members are welcome to consult them at the US/ICOMOS office during working hours, with a previous appointment. Follow this link to Contact US.ICOMOS Texts are organized alphabetically, first by country, and then by author's last name. Documents are listed according to the country of origin of author, and in some cases, by the geographic subject matter. The author's name is followed by the title of the paper, and by a code that indicates the symposium where the paper was delivered, or its original place of publication. The coded abbreviations are explained below: Abbreviations Texts AFRICA/ the SAHEL Devisse, Jean. Urban History and Tradition in the Sahel, DAKAR82. Guibbert, JJ. The Ecology and Ideology of Cities on the Edge of the Desert. DAKAR82.
Search Forbes.com Book Club Call of the Mall The author of Why We Buy on the Geography of Shopping , Underhill, Muto, Susan Annette; van Kaam, Adrian L.; author, Example joint http://www.forbesbookclub.com/titlebrowse.asp?letter=C
Atlantic Highlands Herald - May 6, 2004 Two races are presented also on Sunday, May 17 the Michael W. Thorne 4 The tax would, therefore, not kick in until the joint income exceeds $100000. http://www.ahherald.com/2004/ahh040506.htm
Extractions: 100% recycled electrons LOCAL NEWS Mutual Aid Firefighters are Thanked by Local Businesses with Dinner in Atlantic Highlands 2. Leaked Personnel Report Says Candidate Held Gun to Co-Worker's Head 9 Years Ago Middletown Ballfield Named for Long-Time Athletics Volunteer Donald 'Dubo' DuBrosky 4. Middletown Township Approves 2004 Road Improvement Program Three Changes Aimed At Improving Traffic Conditions Approved in Middletown 6. Keansburg Police Officer is Accused of Sexual Assault 7. Middletown Grants Preliminary Approval to Acquire West Front Street Marina Rainbow Foundation to Host Jukebox Jamboree Fundraiser for Needy Children in New Jersey.
ACE News Notes: September 2001 The author discusses the potential of agentbased computer simulations for the study Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza, Francesco Cavalli-Sforza, Sarah Thorne, http://www.econ.iastate.edu/tesfatsi/ace0901.htm
Extractions: ACE Web Site Home Page: http://www.econ.iastate.edu/tesfatsi/ace.htm Appended below are news items that might be of interest to researchers interested in agent-based computational economics (ACE), the computational study of economies modelled as evolving systems of autonomous interacting agents. ACE news items are posted at the ACE Web site in batched html-document form about once every two months during the regular academic year (SeptemberMay). Whenever a new posting is made, a brief announcement giving a pointer to this posting is emailed to all participants in a moderated announcements-only Majordomo ACE news list. If you would like to subscribe to (unsubscribe from) this announcements-only ACE news list, please send an email message to email@example.com
"FRINGE" VENUES - FORTHCOMING PRODUCTIONS Jack Thorne won the RSC/Marlowe Other Prize for his play Wanting to Laugh David was previously joint Artistic Director at Bristol Old Vic from 2003 to http://members.aol.com/mouseuk/stage/fringe.htm
Extractions: THEATREWORLD Internet Magazine "FRINGE" venues- News To find a particular venue, use your find/search facility and type in the title of the venue REVIEWERS NEEDED (as stated on Theatre Headings below) The venues available are clearly indicated beneath the "Heading" for each theatre. Click here to return to Main Menu ("Welcome") page (index) Click here for "Reviews" section The "Reviews" section is sub-divided into the various categories listed in the Reviews Menu. HAMPSTEAD THEATRE Eton Avenue Swiss Cottage LONDON NW3 3TU BOX OFFICE: 020 7722 9301 website: www.hampsteadtheatre.com Hampstead Theatre announces Autumn / Winter 2005 programme Hampstead Theatre is proud to announce its autumn and winter programme: 15 Sept - 15 Oct: Nathan the Wise by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing is the first play that Hampstead Theatre has revived from before the 19th century in recent years, and is the first production of the play to have been seen in London for just under forty years. Set at the time of the third crusade, its themes of racial and religious divide are urgently relevant today. 20 Oct - 12 Nov: Comfort Me With Apples by Nell Leyshon is the play for which she received the Pearson Writer in Residence Award. It explores the relentless rule of a matriarch in a family whose lives are rooted to their decaying cider orchard. The play is a celebration and evocative depiction of contemporary rural living.
Extractions: If you do not see your area listed, learn how you can start a new group in your area . If you know of a group that is not listed, please post the existing group Choose a State or Scroll to Bottom for Groups Outside U.S. ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA ARKANSAS CALIFORNIA COLORADO CONNECTICUT DELAWARE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FLORIDA GEORGIA HAWAII IDAHO ILLINOIS INDIANA IOWA KANSAS KENTUCKY LOUISIANA MAINE MARYLAND MASSACHUSETTS MICHIGAN MINNESOTA MISSISSIPPI MISSOURI MONTANA NEBRASKA NEVADA NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY NEW MEXICO NEW YORK NORTH CAROLINA NORTH DAKOTA OHIO OKLAHOMA OREGON PENNSYLVANIA RHODE ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH DAKOTA TENNESSEE TEXAS UTAH VERMONT VIRGINIA WASHINGTON WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN WYOMING OUTSIDE UNITED STATES
East Texas Baptist University - New Materials phenotypes to etiologies / edited by Mabel L. Rice and Steven F. Warren. joint and muscle dysfunction of the temporomandibular joint electronic http://www.etbu.edu/Library/New Materials/netlib04r.htm
Extractions: New NetLibrary Books 2005 : Class R The following list contains the NetLibrary books added for the year 2005. Due to the large number of books the following list contains only Library of Congress Classification scheme R includes medicine and nursing. R : Medicine (General) Research on language and social interaction. [Vol. 35. No. 2.] [electronic resource]. R118 R47 2002 EB Taking health telematics into the 21st Century [electronic resource] / edited by Michael Rigby, Ruth Roberts, and Michael Thick ; foreword by Salah H. Mandil. R119.95 .T35 2000 EB Whose disease? [electronic resource] : eponymous pathology / Hugh McLaughlin. R121 .M489 2003 EB Ancient medicine [electronic resource] / Vivian Nutton. R135 .N88 2004 EB Moments of truth [electronic resource] : four creators of modern medicine / Thomas Dormandy.
UVa Library: Early American Fiction Collection authors in her closet; and gradually I had so far won her confidence, that she uttered in my hearing heads of Joseph Thorne and pretty Mabel Emerson. http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/etcbin/eafbin2/toccer-eaf?id=Meaf653&data=/www/dat
p¶wM`ZEÃ With Introductory Essays by Mabel Day and Mary S. Serjeantson. Folio, Title Page + viii + 568p., Head of upper joint slight cracked, http://www2.ocn.ne.jp/~izumiya/ale.vol.2.html
RG5: Records Of Quaker Families And Individuals 1963) was a Quaker author from Portland, Indiana, who wrote for Friends John Jackson was a Quaker minister and served on the joint Committee on Indian http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/friends/rg5.htm
Extractions: View the complete finding aid in Internet Explorer 5+ View the complete finding aid in another internet browser Call number: RG5/001 John Alston (1794-1874) was a Quaker farmer who lived in Middletown, Delaware. This collection contains his journals (1837 (?)-1847 and n.d.), account books and business papers (1821-1874), and essays by Nathan Lord on slavery and salvation (1797). View the complete finding aid in Internet Explorer 5+ View the complete finding aid in another internet browser Call number: RG5/002 View the complete finding aid in Internet Explorer 5+ View the complete finding aid in another internet browser Call number: RG5/225 l View the complete finding aid in Internet Explorer 5+ View the complete finding aid in another internet browser Call number: RG5/003 Ash, Samuel Shinn. Papers.
Extractions: By Drs. H. C. Allen and J. B. S. King. During the centennial exposition in Philadelphia in 1876, the American Institute of Homopathy and the International Homopathic Congress met in joint session. A few enthusiastic homopaths, meeting in the office of Dr. Constantine Hering, bemoaned the decadence of homopathy, and the desire was unanimously expressed for the organization of a society devoted to the propagation of homopathy as promulgated by Hahnemann. Numerous expressions were made by Hiring, Wells, Bavard, Skinner of London, Dunham, Guernsey, Raue, Wilson and many others, upon the subject, reiterating the complaint made by Hahnemann during his residence in Paris that so few professed Homopathists ever really or truly grasped the principles enunciated in the Organon, or ever practiced homopathy in its purity. As a result of the deliberation and a free expression of views by those present, an attempt was made to ascertain the number of professed homopaths in Europe and America who still adhered to the basic principles of homopathy as expressed in the mottoes
Complaints About TV Entertainment The choice of treatment to repair a functional joint is an orthopedic matter outside a On 4 August 2004, after a report that Julia Stimson Thorne became http://www.rev.net/~aloe/tv/entertainment.html
Extractions: HOW BAD CAN TV GET? Most people learn behavior and language by observation. Conscientious creators of popular entertainment realize that they have a responsibility to broaden and deepen the audience's understanding of themselves. Differentiating between good and bad models is part of that responsibility. The greatest authors, playwrights, and directors have interpreted the world for the audience, helping the public not merely absorb but understand. Unfortunately, a recent desire to depict concrete phenomena has stripped popular culture of its insight into abstract reality. Characters' facile behavior is indistinguishable from responsble conduct. A young person can watch a screen for hours a day without becoming enlightened about how people choose to do what they do, and what other options exist. No matter how many careless, erroneous, distorted, or self-serving broadcasts appear on television, stations manage to keep their licenses. The FCC seems to tolerate rampant misuse of our public airwaves. Read specific documentation of the problems and mistakes of TV entertainment. (See also complaints about news and sports on
Extractions: For a complete list of LGBT resources at Duke, click HERE A B C ... Z Most videos are held at Lilly Library. Click HERE for Lilly video lending information. Some videos are held in the Law or Medical Center Libraries. These films can all be found in the Duke Online Catalog by performing a title, author or keyword search. The following terms can be used in keyword searches: homosexuality, lesbianism, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, drag queen or transvestite. Foreign Language films are listed here by both the English and original language titles, when the translation is available. Descriptions of these films are mostly compiled from cataloging notes and industry reviews. For more information about LGBT resources at Duke click HERE A Accattone! (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1961, 120m) VHS Call#:2290 Pasolini's first feature film is a brutal slice-of-life film which documents his obsession with the outcasts of society. It's an unsentimental look inside the slums of Rome, where its denizensprostitutes, hustlers and petty thievesattempt to survive anyway they can The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
Contents Lists 343 Autumn in the Subway J. Thorne Smith, Jr. pm The Smart Set Sep 17 420 The Renunciatory Gesture Mabel McElliott ss The Smart Set Sep http://users.ev1.net/~homeville/anth/t48.htm
Extractions: Previous Table-of-Contents Tin Star ed. Robert J. Randisi (Berkley 0-425-17405-0, Apr 2000, $5.99, 274pp, pb); Contents from Amazon.com. White Hats ed. Robert J. Randisi (Berkley 0-425-18426-9, Apr 2002, $5.99, 258pp, pb); Original anthology of 16 western stories, two reprint. The Smart Set Anthology ed. Burton Rascoe Groff Conklin Burton Rascoe Thyra Samter Winslow The Smart Set The Smart Set Lord Dunsany The Smart Set Thomas Beer The Smart Set Frank Harris The Smart Set Elinor Wylie The Smart Set Lilith Benda The Smart Set Robert Bridges The Smart Set F. Scott Fitzgerald
RUTH WARNER TOWNE PAPERS Ms Collection T1 joint Last Will and Testament of Frank W Towne and Mary E Towne, authors Award for most informative and entertaining article based on sound http://library.truman.edu/manuscripts/T1-Towne.htm
Extractions: Ms Collection T1 Dr Towne rose through the ranks to Professor of History at her alma mater and, in 1983, was named Dean of Graduate Studies. She retired in 1988 as both Professor Emeritus and Dean Emeritus. In addition to her teaching, student advising and administrative duties, Dr Towne served as faculty advisor to Delta Zeta sorority for over 30 years and was a member of Lyceum Committee for almost that long. She was also her churchs historian/archivist. Townes Papers were received from her Estate Administrator the summer following her death. They consist of both her home and campus office files and include family records dating from as early as the 1820s, her own personal and professional papers and correspondence, and some of the research she did for her dissertation and the books and articles she wrote over her long teaching career. It should be noted that in most instances, preservation copies of newspaper clippings were made for the file and the originals discarded. Such is not the case with documents, however. All photocopied documents in this collection were placed here by Towne.
The Builder Magazine - September 1915 In Ezk. 18 12, 16 and 2315, and in Job 226 the same Mabel meant binding or pledge, Love and the Freemason, by Guy Thorne. Wernie Laurie, London. http://www.phoenixmasonry.org/the_builder_1915_september.htm
Extractions: The Builder Magazine September 1915 - Volume I - Number 9 REGENSBURG STONEMASON'S REGULATIONS (A NEW TRANSLATION FROM THE GERMAN) BY BRO. F. W. KRACHER, OF THE DEPARTMENT OF GERMAN, STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA CONCLUDED. 27. A master having charge of a book of the order shall take care of it according to his vow to the order. He must not copy it nor have it copied by someone else, he must not give it or lend it to any person, so that the book may always remain with the craft as the workers decided. But, if a member of the order should need to know a paragraph or two, these may be given to him by the master in writing. The master shall arrange to have the rules read aloud to all workers in the shops once every year. 28. If the question arise whether any member under complaint shall be expulsed, the master of the district shall not act independently. Two other masters who are in possession of the written rules, and who are empowered by their brethren, shall be summoned so that the council is made up of three. To this council shall be added the workers of the shop in which the trouble arose. The decision of the three masters, supported by the majority of the workers shall then be accepted by all the craftsmen. 29. In case two or more masters of the order should quarrel over affairs not directly connected with stone-masonry, this quarrel shall not be brought before any other court but that of the order, which shall decide in accordance with their understanding. The decision must, however, be submitted to the cities in which the quarrel took place, for approval.