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Blackwell Reference Online is the largest academic online reference library giving instant access to the most authoritative and up-to-date scholarship across the humanities and social sciences. The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Literature is published in parts. Part One, published in December 2010, contains over 1,000 entries and comprises The Encyclopedia of Literary and Cultural Theory, The...
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Our Encyclopedia of Small Business is a comprehensive and easily accessible reference source for entrepreneurs that demand practical information that can be applied to their own business. Small business owners can browse over the 600 articles that detail information about financial planning, market analysis, sales, business plans, tax planning, human resource issues and more. Our Business...
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We have gathered information for you if you are thinking about buying a handmade carpet or if you just want to learn more about carpets. Our intention is that this should be a complete source of information and an insight into the exciting world of handmade carpets. Do you have any question...
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Titanic facts, true stories, passenger and crew biographies, victim and survivor lists - Complete deckplans and detailed information about the disaster. Titanic was the greatest shipwreck drama of the 20th century, a catastrophic event that has already passed into myth and legend. But what is the...
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Sharing, cooperating and helping are some of the forms prosocial behaviour can take. Skills such as perspective taking, empathy, and self-regulation contribute to the development of prosocial behaviour. When a father's influence starts in early childhood, this can help with forming secure...
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Welcome to the third edition of The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive, scholarly, and critical guide to science fiction in all its forms. US Semiprozine, originally a Fanzine, advertised as quarterly but in its earlier years often irregular; edited by D Douglas Fratz, #1 January 1973 as magazine of the University of Maryland Science Fiction Society, with the...
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A spiritual encyclopedia with a personal touch. Knowledge, resources and inspiration to bring practical spirituality to life. If you're fairly new to spiritual seeking or just curious because someone you know has embarked on a spiritual path, the New Age Spirituality page is a good way to get started. If you're moving a little further or faster along the path of spiritual progress, take a look...
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The detailed nation profiles are categorized by continent and alphabetically arranged and consist of information about each country such as the population, history, ethnic groups, culture, language, transportation, government structure, technology, and contain notes about museums, media, libraries, technology, and much more. We also have information about national economies of most countries in...
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Pages to Read Twenty-five years ago this week, on October 12, 1991, some of South King County's most avid readers attended the formal dedication of the Kent Library. The new $3.2 million facility -- a joint project between the city of Kent and the King County Library System -- was the fifth building to house the Kent Library since its inception in 1920. Two years after its opening, Kent voters...
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History, politics, arts, science & more: the Canadian Encyclopedia is your reference on Canada. Articles, timelines & resources for teachers, students & public. Find resources for teachers, students, and parents including quizzes, downloads, and interactive timelines.
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Has been influenced considerably by the patterns in equestrian history and likewise the history of equestrianism. Equestrian art as we know it began with Francis Barlow (1626-1704), who is traditionally referred to as the father of British sporting art. It was Barlow who produced the first published picture of a horse race in England. The Horse and Hound Art website features a large proportion...
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Each topic in The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia is the product of many hours of research, writing, editing, and digital production. To build this resource to more than 1,000 topics spanning the region, we welcome your financial support. The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia is produced by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) at Rutgers-Camden. Gifts to this...
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This is the Home Page of Encyclopedia of Desalination and Water Resources which contains the main links. When water is heated, its temperature increases until the boiling point is reached. While water is boiling, the steam and the boiling water are at the same temperature. However, raising water to its boiling point is not enough to cause it to boil. More heat must be added to change the water...
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Encyclopedia of American Coachbuilders & Coach Building, Carriage Builders. The purpose of this site is to compile all available information and correct the discrepancies before committing the book to print. Additional information, pictures and corrections are most welcome. This is a work in progress, with new coach builder information being added almost every day. The final compilation will be...
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Chuck Williams was a Cascade Chinook photographer and writer from the western Columbia River Gorge. He was the former publications editor and public-information manager for the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission in Portland and co-founded and managed for its first year Salmon Corps, an Americorps program for Indian youth. He was the former national parks expert for Friends of the...
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The BirdTunes family of applications provides bird enthusiasts with rapid, uncluttered access to a superb collection of North American bird songs and calls. All of the applications run on iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad devices, and share exactly the same user interface. They differ only in the number of bird species covered. The recordings included in the BirdTunes applications emphasize the...
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Information on window locks for wooden windows, metal window, sash windows, casement windows, fanlights, Upvc windows and Crittal windows. Sponsored by www.lockcentre.com, we intend that this site should contain the most comprehensive selection of window locks available on the World Wide Web. It will be continually under review and up-dated. It features details of window locks for wooden...
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A guide to alphabets and languages, with useful foreign phrases, tips on learning languages, language-related links, multilingual texts, and much more. Scripts invented for by visitors to Ommniglot, and for books, films, games and so on. New article: The language map - what it is and how it helps you learn languages. New article: How to find the efficient translator for error-free translation....
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Arkansas in Ink: Gunslingers, Ghosts, and Other Graphic Tales, edited by Guy Lancaster and illustrated by Ron Wolfe, is now available! In this special print project of the online EOA, Wolfe’s cartoons—accompanied by selected entries from the EOA—highlight the odd, the absurd, and the celebrated in our state’s history. Arkansas in Ink covers such diverse topics as election fraud, singing cowgirl...
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Tunecaster Chart Archive and Music Encyclopedia, Find A Song, with weekly charts, pop and rock, song links, more, at Tunecaster Music Encyclopedia. Tunecaster was launched in 2002 to provide a public archive of the Pop Top 20 from 1974, the Rock Top 20 from 1979, and through June 2015. Since then, the website has expanded into a popular music encyclopedia. We also created an archive of pop...
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