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Editor's Comments

RALPH MATTHEWS
2008 Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie  
doi:10.1111/j.1755-618x.2008.00006.x fatcat:s47zyx7awjd2hf56ozflfoap6e

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Francisco J. B. Sampaio
2004 International Brazilian Journal of Urology  
The November -December 2004 issue of the International Braz J Urol incorporates interesting contributions and the Editor's Comment will highlight some important papers.  ...  EDITOR'S COMMENT International Braz J Urol Inclusion of International Braz J Urol in PubMed/MEDLINE Dear readers, in this last Editorial of 2004, it is my great pleasure to inform that the International  ... 
doi:10.1590/s1677-55382004000600001 fatcat:uoppif372nf2hamy3pkxkdfbbi

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Francisco J.B. Sampaio
2006 International Brazilian Journal of Urology  
International Braz J Urol The July -August 2006 issue of the International Braz J Urol presents interesting contributions from different countries, and as usual, the Editor's Comment highlights some important  ...  A team of urologists and nephrologists from the University of Florence, Italy, provided a comprehensive editorial comment on this manuscript. , aimed on page 451 to characterize and determine whether patients  ...  EDITOR'S COMMENT International Braz J Urol The July -August 2006 issue of the International Braz J Urol presents interesting contributions from different countries, and as usual, the Editor's Comment  ... 
doi:10.1590/s1677-55382006000400001 fatcat:ntwxuy73qfcmxacamqhcgsnh4i

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Miriam Dambros
2011 International Brazilian Journal of Urology  
The editor's comment highlights some of those papers.  ...  International Braz J Urol EDITOR'S COMMENT The September -October 2011 issue of the International Braz J Urol presents interesting contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s1677-55382011000500001 pmid:22099267 fatcat:dxxxsmjzkzbgldyq3yccdx6squ

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Robert Gerrity
2015 Information Technology and Libraries  
EDITOR'S COMMENTS | GERRITY doi: 10.6017/ital.v34i2.8805 2  ... 
doi:10.6017/ital.v34i2.8805 fatcat:2e34wjopvjhgfb676c2rsny4vm

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2000 Injury Prevention  
Injuries in these fields are mechanical results stemming from localized pressures induced by force and applied to the body Editor's comment The Classic by de Haven is more important than readers may  ...  Comment-This patient survived and is now in good health.  ...  A fragment of the soda syphon entered the boy's forehead and, although the cap weighed only three grains, the forensic pathologist commented that it had done damage equivalent to a gunshot injury using  ... 
doi:10.1136/ip.6.1.62 fatcat:5jdsnsng3nc3zpoiphgj72nkia

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Jacek Kot
2015 International Maritime Health  
Editor's comment Jacek Kot National Centre for Hyperbaric Medicine, Institute of Maritime and Tropical Medicine, Medical University of Gdansk, Poland * I would like to thank Dr J.  ... 
doi:10.5603/imh.2015.0015 pmid:25792171 fatcat:rxmy5lolfbc6pl6rz5bukc3rry

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Alan Altany
2008 International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning  
doi:10.20429/ijsotl.2008.020101 fatcat:lw3hlggj5raqlgf7kuyrplvw6a

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D. Schaubert
1982 Antennas and Propagation Society Newsletter, IEEE  
All material must be received ot the editor's office by the following deadlines:  ... 
doi:10.1109/map.1982.27647 fatcat:dysvpvfsunedjeyrw6l6vdo25e

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Alan Altany
2009 International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning  
I hope the review process and the reviewers' comments have been of benefit to their SoTL work.  ... 
doi:10.20429/ijsotl.2009.030101 fatcat:5bxr6sic5bcfpa5mqlzrrdwy3u

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W.R. Stone
2005 IEEE Antennas & Propagation Magazine  
W elcome to our Magazine's 47th year of publication (well, actually, it was the AP-S Newsletter for the first 31 years, but the history is certainly there)! There are two important matters that you should give immediate and careful consideration. First, the 2005 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC/URSI National Radio Science Meeting will be held July 5-9 in Washington, DC. This is going to be a great meeting! I was at the Technical Program Committee meeting, and we
more » ... have a excellent program of outstanding breadth and depth. There were 1830 papers submitted, a new record. Because of this growth in the number of papers and a limited number of session rooms, the Local Organizing Committee has decided to hold an expanded series of interactive poster sessions. About one-third of the papers will be presented in this fonnat. Before the Technical Program Committee meeting, decisions were made as to which topics would be presented in poster sessions, and the posters will actually be organized into sessions, to make it easier for attendees to find papers that interest them. The meeting is being held in one of the grand historic hotels of the US capitol, in the heart of the city. If you come a day early, you'll be able to witness the US Independence Day celebrations in the capitol, something everyone should experience at le ast once. If you come eaily or stay after the meeting -and for accompanying persons -Washington, DC, has probably the highest concentration of interesting and historic places to visit of anywhere, certainly, at least, in North America. Infonnation on registration and accommodations appears in this issue. Make your plans now! Second, if the organization you work for has a subscription to IEEE Xplore (e.g., through the IEEElIEE Electronic Library, IEL), you can do our Society a tremendous service. Simply access Xplore -and, in particular, the AP-S Magazine, Transactions, and A WPLvia that subscription. For example, any time you might access Xplore via your own personal subscription, if it is conven ient, please use the IEL subscription instead. Of course, the reason has something to do with money. Starting in 2006 (but with some other factors that begin even this year), a significant part of the revenue that AP-S derives from its publications will be based on how many times articles or papers are viewed or downloaded from Xplore via IEL. There are two factors of which to be aware, here. First, the Society only "gets credit" for the access if it is done through IEL. Thus, if you access a paper via your personal sub scription, instead of through your organization's IEL account, the Society does not get credit for the access. Second, it is only when the PDF is actually viewed that the Society gets credit; reading the online abstract "doesn ' t count." Of course, there are several pages of explanation behind all of this, but the "bottom line" is very sim-Continued on page 9
doi:10.1109/map.2005.1436209 fatcat:h2tctr5gwvbzpa5x4ok5cddnk4

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W. Ross Stone
2020 Radio Science Bulletin  
doi:10.23919/ursirsb.2020.9663124 fatcat:2vz3mjdierenfk6sd4awef5fou

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S J Freedland,
2010 Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases  
doi:10.1038/pcan.2010.45 pmid:21068743 fatcat:jm56mawbpbfdpfkc4k5pl57c4e

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W.R. Stone
2006 IEEE Antennas & Propagation Magazine  
WRS @J Editor's Comments Continuedfrom page 136 They seem to have an LCD monitor for every possible application.  ...  A Correction In my Editor's Comments on one of the feature articles in the October, 2005, issue of this Magazine, I made a mistake.  ... 
doi:10.1109/map.2006.1645554 fatcat:qvqktrelxrhuflcrvtgjpcpqde

EDITOR'S COMMENT

Mark Engsberg
2017 International Journal of Legal Information : Official Publication  
MacMillan Law Library Emory University School of Law EDITOR'S COMMENT 2 [Vol. 45.1 https://www.cambridge.org/core/terms. https://doi.org/10.1017/jli.2017.18 Downloaded from https://www.cambridge.org  ... 
doi:10.1017/jli.2017.18 fatcat:v7avrq2kavfprchh7z762is2na
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