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Cahiers d histoire
Campbell Brian et Tritle Lawrence A. (éd.), The Oxford Handbook of Warfare in the Classical world, Oxford University Press, New York, 2013, p. 783. ...doi:10.7202/1029371ar fatcat:5kgvjmqr2vf5rexsh3vv24a3jq
Brian Stross University of Texas, Austin Based on a prodigious amount of fieldwork and an enviable background in the subject of linguistic prehistory, this monograph is both detailed and succinct. ... A canonical form, new to Mayanists, is reconstructed for Proto- Quichean *CVCC where one member of the consonant cluster must be a fricative (s, §, or x), and Campbell gives some evidence that this must ...doi:10.1525/aa.1978.80.4.02a00480 fatcat:6e2lw3qh5bgy7lm62goohmruqa
BRIAN EBy, with chapters by M. R. CAMPBELL AND G. W. Stose. Virginia Geological Survey, Bull. 24, 1923. Charlottesville, Va. Pp. 617, figs. 55, pls. 45. ...doi:10.1086/623227 fatcat:5kqjldt6bfa6pg6j5a4sn3mk2y
Brian Campbell, Lawrence A. ... Campbell, który zwrócił uwagę na brak dowodów archeologicznych potwierdzających wprowadzenie przypisywanej mu modyfikacji (s. 427). ...doi:10.12775/klio.2014.051 fatcat:oxcz3r65rjdkrapytoe43q2tk4
Campbell, 2006) . ... biases (Campbell, Reeder, Sedikides, & Elliot, 2000) . ...doi:10.1016/j.hrmr.2010.10.007 fatcat:qtbgwhgm65dsvdevuve2ox6tea
Alexander McCorkindale Campbell General practitioner Isle of Islay 1928-39, senior medical officer Pneumoconiosis Medical Panel 1948 -69 (b Ardbeg, Islay 1901 q Glasgow 1925; DSO, OBE) , d 13 June 1998 ... [A G M Campbell] Peter Seymour Virgil Cox Former lecturer in public health Leeds (b Lewisham 1927; q St Thomas's 1954; MD; OBE) , died of myocardial infarction on 25 June 1998. ...doi:10.1136/bmj.317.7162.889 pmid:9748198 pmcid:PMC1113959 fatcat:23gduj5anrblnmr5nrun4soei4
campbell Long Kesh ButVVhatAboutYou? ... Frankland Prison, England Yet American culture Is a mask So bright That in Dundalk On Friday night 'Worn by the constant Battle to make do Buffeted on high By searing winds Winslow, Arizona Brian ...doi:10.18192/jpp.v7i1.5524 fatcat:vaqex6vy7zaarh243pqw4dyvsa
DUNCAN CAMPBELL SCOTT, SURINTENDANT ADJOINT DES AFFAIRES INDIENNES, 1913-1932 1 Brian Titley Traduit de l'anglais par Michel Lavoie ...doi:10.7202/1082907ar fatcat:4rvohss7yvarzg32d5f25ayy2u
City & Society
Cities have long been associated with precarity. This link seems to have intensified under contemporary global regimes of capitalism, with both popular and academic discourses noting the risks that come with building and inhabiting urban environments. The introduction to this special issue reflects on the various ways in which anthropology has engaged with the relationship between "urbanity" and "precarity." It argues that current work on precarity either favors the experiences of the Globaldoi:10.1111/ciso.12402 fatcat:nnkwl7kc3jeetgzsf7twdr3ynm
more »... th or sidelines the urban dimension. Studies that overcome these obstacles, moreover, are largely crystalizing around discussions of infrastructure and securitization. We offer the notion of "urban precarity" as a call for ethnography that cross-germinates developments in urban studies with those made in our understanding of precarity. By foregrounding the urban, the ethnography collated here suggests that in the cities of late capitalism, precarity emerges as a multifaceted condition, encapsulating not only legal and economic deprivation but also moral, spiritual, political, and health-related uncertainties. As the protagonists of our ethnography struggle to deal with the many threats bearing down upon them, precarity is also revealed as a condition conducive to world-building and social transformation, although such forms of creative agency are highly experimental and liable to backfire.
Written by Sean Michael Campbell and Brian J. Pearson.https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ep578 ... Campbell, UF/IFAS ... Campbell, UF/IFAS Figure 2 .Figure 3 . 23 Bright yellow lupulin glands visible between the mature hop cone bracts. Credits: Sean M. Campbell, UF/IFAS Left: Single bine per support string. ...doi:10.32473/edis-ep578-219 fatcat:sucpheg545bslc5huklqjy6ro4
Deforestation is rapidly transforming primary forests across the tropics into human-dominated landscapes. Consequently, conservationists need to understand how different taxa respond and adapt to these changes in order to develop appropriate management strategies. Our two year study seeks to determine how wild Sumatran orangutans (Pongo abelii) adapt to living in an isolated agroforest landscape by investigating the sex of crop-raiders related to population demographics, and their temporaldoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0020962 pmid:21731636 pmcid:PMC3120831 fatcat:legqmh6tvrapblxcx7373loira
more »... tions in feeding behaviour and dietary composition. From focal animal sampling we found that nine identified females raided cultivated fruits more than the four males. Seasonal adaptations were shown through orangutan feeding habits that shifted from being predominantly fruit-based (56% of the total feeding time, then 22% on bark) to the fallback food of bark (44%, then 35% on fruits), when key cultivated resources such as jackfruit (Artocarpus integer), were unavailable. Cultivated fruits were mostly consumed in the afternoon and evening, when farmers had returned home. The finding that females take greater crop-raiding risks than males differs from previous humanprimate conflict studies, probably because of the low risks associated (as farmers rarely retaliated) and low intraspecific competition between males. Thus, the behavioral ecology of orangutans living in this human-dominated landscape differs markedly from that in primary forest, where orangutans have a strictly wild food diet, even where primary rainforests directly borders farmland. The importance of wild food availability was clearly illustrated in this study with 21% of the total orangutan feeding time being allocated to feeding on cultivated fruits. As forests are increasingly converted to cultivation, humans and orangutans are predicted to come into conflict more frequently. This study reveals orangutan adaptations for coexisting with humans, e.g. changes in temporal foraging patterns, which should be used for guiding the development of specific human-wildlife conflict mitigation strategies to lessen future crop-raiding and conflicts.
Campbell and Brian W.J. McNeil Significant research has been carried out worldwide towards upshifting the photon energy of conventional laser output. ...doi:10.1038/nphoton.2016.145 fatcat:mrjkda5qpzh6rc56274xl3zkia
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
CompCert is a C compiler developed by Leroy et al, the majority of which is formalised and verified in the Coq proof assistant. The correctness theorem is defined in terms of a semantics for the 'CompCert C' language, but how can we gain faith in those semantics? We explore one approach: building an equivalent executable semantics that we can check test suites of code against. The project CerCo acknowledges the financial support of the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) programme within thedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-35308-6_8 fatcat:r6l4dnwzofgcrmjqk6gwgax4dy
more »... Seventh Framework Programme for Research of the European Commission, under FET-Open grant number: 243881 1 By design, the compiler is also free to fail with an error for any program, even if it is well-defined.
Written by Brian Pearson and Sean Campbell and published by the UF/IFAS Environmental Horticulture Department, June 2018.https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ep561 ... Campbell, UF/IFAS Mylar foil vacuum seal (bottom left), empty; multi-layer plastic vacuum seal (top right), filled with processed whole Cascade hop cones. Credits: Sean M. Campbell, UF/IFAS ...doi:10.32473/edis-ep561-2018 fatcat:vycuh4usqffazokx6esacd5xbu
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