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Curriculum Vitae Lauren S. Weingarden April 02, 2015 General InformationCurriculum Vitae Lauren S. Weingarden April 02, 2015 General Information
Ph. D., Aca, University Of Chicago Chicago, Illinois. Major: Modern Art and Architecture
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We Three Kings: How Shakespeare Defines Linguistic BordersWe Three Kings: How Shakespeare Defines Linguistic Borders
Shakespeare’s dramatic “voice” is distinct from the voices of his contemporaries, I argue that there are many different Shakespearean “voices,” each consciously used by Shakespeare to impart to his audience, with an economy of words
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The History of Indian Economic History Prasannan Parthasarathi May 2012 IntroductionThe History of Indian Economic History Prasannan Parthasarathi May 2012 Introduction
Mahadev Govind Ranade and Romesh Chander Dutt, the field reached a high level in India, giving rise to a stellar set of practitioners and an impressive body of scholarship
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Paul S. Ropp 40 Chamberlain Parkway Department of History Worcester, ma 01602Paul S. Ropp 40 Chamberlain Parkway Department of History Worcester, ma 01602
Dissent in Early Modern China: "Ju-lin wai-shih" and Ch'­ing Social Criticism. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1981
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Mary A. NyangwesoMary A. Nyangweso
Present. East Carolina University, Greenville N. C., Associate Professor of Religious Studies
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Commonsense BibliographyCommonsense Bibliography
Minsky, Marvin. (2000). Commonsense-Based Interfaces. Communications of the acm 43(8): 67-73
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Autonomous Interface Agents Henry LiebermanAutonomous Interface Agents Henry Lieberman
We explore some design principles for such agents, and illustrate these principles with a description of Letizia, an autonomous interface agent that makes real-time suggestions for Web pages that a user might be interested in browsing
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Early Medieval Archaeology Project (emap) Heritage Council instar programme emap bibliography 1Early Medieval Archaeology Project (emap) Heritage Council instar programme emap bibliography 1
The Early Medieval Archaeology Project (emap) is funded by the Heritage Council instar 2008 grant scheme and involves collaboration between various partners (e g. Ucd, qub, crds, acs, mgl) as well as a wider international expert group
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