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Page 161 of The Modern Language Journal Vol. 13, Issue 2 [page]

1928 The Modern Language Journal  
Editor’s Forword, pp. iii-iv; Avant-Propos, pp. ix-x; Text and Exercises, pp. 1-152; Vocabulaire, pp. 155-212. Merrill 1928.  ...  (Editor’s Foreword.) MovssIEGT, HENRIETTE AND DICKMAN, ADOLPHE-JACQUES. [ntro- duction to French Free Composition.  ... 

Page 90 of Journal of Correctional Education Vol. 10, Issue 3 [page]

1958 Journal of Correctional Education  
Editor’s Note: This ten-year index of the Journal of Correctional Education was prepared as one of the projects of a course, Trends and Literature of Cor- rectional Work, taught at Elmira College by Chester  ...  “Forword.” Austin H. MacCormick, i Jan. 90 Frank, Benjamin “Program for Milwaukee Con- gress.” ii, July-Oct. Goldberg, Samuel. “Selecting Academic Education Material.” 1-5 Apr. Kendall, Glenn M.  ... 

Studies in Micropublishing, 1853-1976 (Book Review)

Joseph Z. Nitecki
1978 College and Research Libraries  
The book starts with a forword by Frances Spigai, followed by essays surveying the field of microforms and micropublishing.  ...  The editor's introduction is well worth a careful reading as is his introductory article, which provides a valuable discussion of the development of freedoms in the United States.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_39_02_155 fatcat:uvhzjd2ld5fzjjvv7refzblaju

Congenital Perinatal and Neonatal Infections

D. Isaacs
1992 Archives of Disease in Childhood  
Journalists may have fantasies about being surgeons but I doubt if they try to act them out in the editor's office or the Duchess of York's driveway or wherever it is they congregate.  ...  Spawned by the Guardian, World Medicine (of blessed memory) and matured at BMA News Review, he is now-in the words of Michael O'Donnell's forword, 'widely recognised as the leading trainer in medical journalism  ... 
doi:10.1136/adc.67.10.1321 fatcat:ws6fdubzofd7xk7bs76jmfaoaa

Pediatric Pharmacology: Therapeutic Principles in Practice

J G Bissenden
1992 Archives of Disease in Childhood  
Journalists may have fantasies about being surgeons but I doubt if they try to act them out in the editor's office or the Duchess of York's driveway or wherever it is they congregate.  ...  Spawned by the Guardian, World Medicine (of blessed memory) and matured at BMA News Review, he is now-in the words of Michael O'Donnell's forword, 'widely recognised as the leading trainer in medical journalism  ... 
doi:10.1136/adc.67.10.1321-a fatcat:ogwxfxvr2rewbd3tzwnwb2fppu

A Natural Order of Prokaryotes The Prokaryotes: A Handbook on the Biology of Bacteria: Ecophysiology, Identification, Applications A. Balows H. G. Trüper M. Dworkin W. Harder K.-H. Schleifer

Richard Devereux
1993 BioScience  
I agrec with Wolfe, who coneluded his forword by asserting that the place for this book is in thc laboratory, not the library.  ...  The spelling of one editor's name two ways raises some questions about the quality of the preparation of the manuscripts for publication. However, I found no additional problems.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1312033 fatcat:a5rlcc7oqnevvbcer53ptgkypa

Everything and more: A compact history of infinity

Martin Davis
2006 The Mathematical intelligencer  
The editor seems to think that it begins on page 1, which Wallace calls a "Small But Necessary Forword."  ...  Despite the editor's pagination, Wallace begins his book with §1a on page 5. From here on out his headingless numbered § is the only hint the reader will get about major transitions of topic.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02987164 fatcat:d2jayo532neo3i3c2udul5isuy

Books Received

1928 The Modern Language Journal  
Editor’s Forword, pp. iii-iv; Avant-Propos, pp. ix-x; Text and Exercises, pp. 1-152; Vocabulaire, pp. 155-212. Merrill 1928.  ...  (Editor’s Foreword.) MovssIEGT, HENRIETTE AND DICKMAN, ADOLPHE-JACQUES. [ntro- duction to French Free Composition.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-4781.1928.tb05593.x fatcat:chfsaf5mnndizomg4s4l5odwny

Page 294 of Monatshefte Vol. 64, Issue 3 [page]

Monatshefte  
According to the editor’s forword, this paperbound anthology of German Novellen is directed to “the earliest possible years of the under- graduate curriculum, and to advanced courses in secondary schools  ... 

The Fetal and Neonatal Brain Stem--Developmental and Clinical Issues

M. I Levene
1992 Archives of Disease in Childhood  
Journalists may have fantasies about being surgeons but I doubt if they try to act them out in the editor's office or the Duchess of York's driveway or wherever it is they congregate.  ...  Spawned by the Guardian, World Medicine (of blessed memory) and matured at BMA News Review, he is now-in the words of Michael O'Donnell's forword, 'widely recognised as the leading trainer in medical journalism  ... 
doi:10.1136/adc.67.10.1320-b fatcat:6oq2vjpxzfenvm3tolwiqchw6y

Medical journalism. The Writer's Guide

H. Marcovitch
1992 Archives of Disease in Childhood  
Journalists may have fantasies about being surgeons but I doubt if they try to act them out in the editor's office or the Duchess of York's driveway or wherever it is they congregate.  ...  Spawned by the Guardian, World Medicine (of blessed memory) and matured at BMA News Review, he is now-in the words of Michael O'Donnell's forword, 'widely recognised as the leading trainer in medical journalism  ... 
doi:10.1136/adc.67.10.1321-b fatcat:cw6q3oukijbpth4obg42bykewi

Discussion on Quality of Science and Technology Journal Editor

Shu-hui Wang, Yan-ping Niu, Cai-juan Shang, Sheng-feng Wang, Fei-fei Shang
2016 Proceedings of the 2nd Annual International Conference on Social Science and Contemporary Humanity Development   unpublished
Forword Quality is the basic condition owned by a person to do his/her own job.  ...  Generally speaking, the science and technology journal editor's quality mainly includes excellent political quality, noble professional ethics, solid professional knowledge, skilled editing skills and  ...  Solid Professional Knowledge The editor's level decides on journal quality. An excellent science and technology journal editor shall master profound and extensive knowledge [1] .  ... 
doi:10.2991/sschd-16.2016.140 fatcat:63czvfzr4nc5rft4y5sk45ka2m

Agents of May Fourth. Jing Yinyu, Xu Zhongnian, and the Early Introduction of Modern Chinese Literature in France [chapter]

Paolo Magagnin
2020 Translating wor(l)ds  
The Paratext The "Introduction" of the Anthologie opens with the editor's reasons for taking up the project.  ...  The 'word-forword' translation method is not foolproof. First, we cannot always find an expression, a turn of phrase, a French word that corresponds exactly to the Chinese characters.  ... 
doi:10.30687/978-88-6969-465-3/003 fatcat:5mskadvifjck5eu6nflhubs3km

At the Literary Table

1905 Expository Times  
Its variety is as great as the editor's own. And the editor's own writing is the j best thing in it.  ...  Henry Frowde at 3s. 6d., is the only complete edition, and it is the cheapest of all the well-edited editions.There must be other and better ways of expounding the books of the Bible than the v-ord-forword  ... 
doi:10.1177/001452460501700209 fatcat:ghr3fvb5braupeip3zphqnahli

I. INTRODUCTION [chapter]

2019 The Syriac and Arabic Lexicon of Hasan Bar Bahlul (Olaph-Dolath)  
Bahlul's lexicon is also men-xlvii tioned in the note given above, to which Payne Smith in his Catalogue (col. 604) refers, noting: "It thus is clear that the scribes in no way intended to present word-forword  ...  There is a question, therefore, concerning what method it is the editor's duty to adopt: If it is his task to restore Bar Bahlul's original work, rejecting extraneous additions, or to present to the judgment  ... 
doi:10.31826/9781463241025-005 fatcat:x6e5ozfvkjemhbggoavj6dq5wa
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