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In print[edit]. A portion of Dead Beat (2005), the seventh novel of The Dresden Files series, takes place at the museum. In one ... Smithsonian Institution, Government Printing office, No 138. pp. 311-608.. *^ Collier, D (1969). "Chicago Comes of Age: The ... with labels printed on acid-free paper, and specimens and artifact are stored away from natural light to avoid fading. ... prints and various objects. In addition, "orphaned collections" were and are taken in from other institutions such as ...
The average of these two functions, representing the superimposed printed image, evaluates as follows: f. 3. =. f. 1. +. f. 2. ... In printing, the printed pattern of dots can interfere with the image. In television and digital photography, a pattern on an ... grey-scale patterns to show how they produce a moiré effect in first printing one pattern on the paper, and then printing the ... We shall also choose to represent the opacity of the pattern resulting from printing one pattern atop the other at a given ...
Printed sources[edit]. Sri Aurobindo. *. Aurobindo, Sri (2005), The Life Divine, Pondicherry: Lotus press, ISBN 0-941524-61-2. ...
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Print[edit]. The town is home to the Brattleboro Reformer (est. 1876 as the 'Windham County Democrat'), a daily newspaper with ... and four printing establishments.[15] Connected by the Vermont & Massachusetts Railroad and the Vermont Valley Railroad, the ... These businesses initiated a decade of very successful printing industry in the town.[21] ...
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Popular science in print[edit]. Increasing literacy rates in Europe during the course of the Enlightenment enabled science to ... Berwick: printed for W. Phorson.. Turner, Herbert Hall. 1963. Astronomical Discovery. Berkeley: University of California Press. ... often having multiple print runs that sometimes included in supplemented editions.[40] ... increasingly literate population seeking knowledge and education in both the arts and the sciences drove the expansion of print ...
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There are about sixty of these, of which forty are in New Brunswick or the Canadian Maritimes and eleven in Ontario. It seems a bit of a stretch to claim this to be a global chain just because two locations are outside Canada. K7L (talk) 01:48, 10 November 2013 (UTC) ...
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That's an interesting point, but (i) Enlightenment in Spain is not a separate page about the progress of Enlightenment in Spain, a la the pages on the Scottish Enlightenment or the Enlightenment in America. It's just the part of the series on Spanish history that comes in between "Golden Age" and "Independence Movement." As you would expect, the page is exclusively about the political, military, and diplomatic history of Spain from the War of Succession to the Peninsular War. There is one section on reformist ministers appointed by the Bourbon monarchs. Any country in Europe could similarly rename its page on the mid-18th century "Enlightenment in X". So I don't think that there is any reason to think that "Enlightenment in Spain" is an intellectual moment comparable to the Enlightenment in Scotland or France. (ii) We could easily double the length of the list of Enlightenment thinkers for France or Scotland, but we have not because the list would be essentially useless if it became a general ...
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New enough and long enough for 5X expansion. Main hook seem ok, but the sources have not been quoted for any of the hooks as "strongly encouraged" to do. In particular, for ALT1, I see no claim in the article that sge can "can drive populations extinct", only that a theoretically possible route to do this exists. For ALT2, I'm not seeing the claim that sge have "been found in virtually all species", and this seems an unlikely claim in any case. How many species have been tested? Certainly not virtually all of them. The copying from PLOS has been done under a compatible license and correctly recorded in edit summaries and on the talk page. However, the question arises of whether an article created and published outside Wikipedia can be considered "new". @BlueMoonset: is there any precedent for this? Relevant dates are: creation of the PLOS wiki page, 12:45, 22 June 2018‎; publication of the original paper, 15 November 2018. The image of the book covers is not acceptable. The authors of the ...
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Eastern Europe is a term which raises even more controversies: geographically (the midpoint of Europe is in Lithuania/Belarus and half of Galicia lies in the western part of the continent) culturally (a mixture of Catholicism, Orthodoxy, Protestantism and Judaism), histrically (a part of Poland, Austria-Hungary, Russia, Germany, USSR, Ukraine), and even linguistically (Ukrainian, Polish, German, Russian...). The region is on the crossroads, therefore naming it central European is the closest to the truth as we can get - it is too far from the eastern border of Europe to be named "eastern European". We cannot move Galicia, as we suggest, to the category without geographical designation because there is already a region with the same name in Spain. Unlike central European Galicia, which is rather a historical region, Galicia in Spain is very much alive, even being a part of Spain. - Preceding unsigned comment added by Martina Moreau (talk • contribs) 20:50, 16 November 2013 (UTC) ...
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I found three more that were not transcluding Template:Gallery - there may be other errors if captions also have the closing brackets but they would not be as easy to find. I haven't looked at whether it's possible to remove the scrolling in some of the captions. Peter E. James (talk) 09:34, 1 July 2012 (UTC ...
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How come the template has reverted back from Australosphenida to Prototheria? Monotremes currently have no generally agreed subclass assignation. Australosphenida may still be controversial, but Prototheria is multiply ambiguous and obsolete. That is, it has had so many now-falsified uses that for practical purposes it can be considered defunct unless and until somebody can come up with a justification for its existence. Admittedly, grouping by infraclasses wasn't perfect either: Australosphenida is often simply unranked, and the recent classifications like McKenna/Bell insert so many new nodes that they downgrade Theria, Metatheria and Eutheria to well below subclass or infraclass status. I don't know what the solution is, but Wikipedia generally follows Michael J. Benton's Vertebrate Palaeontology for the higher-level classification of vertebrates, and he shovels nearly everything mammalian into Subclass Mammaliformes-Infraclass Holotheria, but further down he has Superdivision ...
Financial problems, circulation, and end of print run[edit]. The Sun was started anew in 2002 in the face of a long-term ... Published from the Cary Building in Lower Manhattan, it ceased print publication on September 30, 2008.[5] When asked why, ... A notice from 2009 claimed a distribution of 50,000 print copies.[40] The paper's contents were published online at cityarts. ...
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