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KENNETH S. LYNN, Mark Twain and Southwestern Humor., Little, Brown and Company, 1959, 300 pp., / WALTER BLAIR, Mark Twain and Huck Finn., Univ. of California Press, 1960, xi+436 pp

濱田 政二郎
1961 Studies in English Literature  
Mark Trvain atid S・uthrvestern H 跏 0厂 の 内容 は 、 表題 の 順 序 と は 逆 で 、 ま ず 前半 で 、 植民 地 当時 か ら 独立 戦 争時 代 を へ て 1g 世紀半ばに い た る 、 南西部 の humor の N 工 工 一 Eleotronlo Llbrary The English Society of Japan NII-Electronic  ...  第 一 は 過 玄 の Mark Twain 批 評 の 変遷 の あ と の 、 便利 な 鳥 瞰図 を与 え て くれ る も の で 、 Arthur L SCtott 編 集 の Mafk Txxrain : Sefecled Crifici 」7pv ( lg55 ) と、 ] 3arry A Marks 編 集 の Mark Twain ' t Huckleberri Finn ( 19f9  ... 
doi:10.20759/elsjp.37.2_265 fatcat:jbnfkkxlfrgoriiqhlae37idau

S Orionis 70: Just a Foreground Field Brown Dwarf?

Adam J. Burgasser, J. Davy Kirkpatrick, Mark R. McGovern, Ian S. McLean, L. Prato, I. Neill Reid
2004 Astrophysical Journal  
We examine recent claims that the T-type brown dwarf S Ori 053810.1-023626 (S Ori 70) is a spectroscopically verified low mass (3^+5_-1 M_Jup) member of the 1--8 Myr σ Orionis cluster.  ...  Based on the re-examined evidence, we conclude that S Ori 70 may simply be an old, massive (30--60 M_Jup) field brown dwarf lying in the foreground of the σ Orionis cluster.  ...  Zapatero Osorio for candid discussions regarding their results and for providing their reduced and raw data for S Ori 70 and 2MASS 0559À1404, F.  ... 
doi:10.1086/382129 fatcat:o5yywtvtbneehferht4akauy3y

Cloud structure of brown dwarfs from spectroscopic variability observations [article]

Esther Buenzli, Mark S. Marley, Daniel Apai, Roxana E. Lupu
2014 arXiv   pre-print
Recent discoveries of variable brown dwarfs have provided us with a new window into their three-dimensional cloud structure.  ...  We summarize results from recent HST programs measuring the spectral variability of brown dwarfs in the near-infrared and compare to results from ground-based programs.  ...  Introduction The discovery of brown dwarfs with significant near-infrared variability (e.g.  ... 
arXiv:1406.0210v1 fatcat:ldriauc5s5g2vc52vn6ioeeqxe

Exposure of Brown Recluse and Brown Widow Spiders (Araneae: Sicariidae, Theridiidae) to a Commercial Sulfuryl Fluoride Fumigation

Richard S. Vetter, Mark S. Hoddle, Dong-Hwan Choe, Ellen Thoms
2014 Journal of Economic Entomology  
recluse and brown widow spiders.  ...  In this study, we exposed adult male and female brown recluse spiders, Loxosceles reclusa Gertsch & Mulaik, and female brown widow spiders, Latrodectus geometricus C. L.  ...  We appreciate the help of Ruth Amrich in setting up the Hobo data loggers and downloading the data, and Kathleen Campbell for assistance in maintaining the brown widows.  ... 
doi:10.1603/ec14171 pmid:26309271 fatcat:hcooqacywbczxjcw3bf25gv5yy

Sporadic Cubic Torsion [article]

Maarten Derickx, Anastassia Etropolski, Mark van Hoeij, Jackson S. Morrow, David Zureick-Brown
2020 arXiv   pre-print
1 (2, 2N )(Q) is zero if and only if N ∈ S 1 .  ...  For a positive integer d, we define the d th -symmetric power of X to be X (d) := X d /S d where S d is the symmetric group on d letters.  ... 
arXiv:2007.13929v1 fatcat:mz4tjwlwvvbuhjsrllt2a3e2li

Detection of Abundant Carbon Monoxide in the Brown Dwarf Gliese 229B

Keith S. Noll, T. R. Geballe, Mark S. Marley
1997 Astrophysical Journal  
We report the detection of carbon monoxide in the atmosphere of the brown dwarf Gliese 229B in spectra obtained at wavelengths near 4.7 mm.  ...  from 4-5 mm, making this interval less effective for searches for new brown dwarfs.  ...  The data were rebinned by a factor of 4 from the original sampling of one point per resolution element in order to improve the S/N per point.  ... 
doi:10.1086/310954 fatcat:7szcvokotzcadk5u2f5vepqlfu

Self-punitive behavior with a distinctively marked punishment zone

Judson S. Brown
1970 Psychonomic Science  
However, only one S met the extinction criterion of failing to enter the goalbox within 60 sec and that S was a member of the P-NC group.  ...  ., 1970, Vol. 21 (3) elsewhere (Brown, Martin, & Morrow, 1964) , consisted of a grid-floored runway (6 ft long, 4.5 in. wide, 8 in. deep), a two-compartment trap-door-floored starting box, and a large  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03331864 fatcat:fplbyvxdtvc23hyaxwgqumupy4

Calsyntenin 3β Is Dynamically Regulated by Temperature in Murine Brown Adipose and Marks Human Multilocular Fat

Kaja Plucińska, Naja Z. Jespersen, Erin L. Brown, Patricia S. Petersen, Kaja Rupar, Søren Nielsen, Camilla Scheele, Brice Emanuelli
2020 Frontiers in Endocrinology  
Our results further show that Clsnt3β is preferentially expressed in brown adipocytes and is highly responsive to changes in environmental temperature and obesity state in mice.  ...  Here we aimed 1) to assess enrichment patterns of CLSTN3β, S100b as well as the previously annotated neuronal CLSTN3α in perirenal brown and subcutaneous white human fat specimens, and 2) to investigate  ...  adipocytes (8, 9) , and elevated innervation is evident in the browning-prone regions of SAT (10) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fendo.2020.579785 pmid:33101212 pmcid:PMC7546853 fatcat:uhmguszcoregtgizmmfqfvbkrm

The Role of Clouds in Brown Dwarf and Extrasolar Giant Planet Atmospheres

Mark S. Marley, Andrew S. Ackerman
2004 Symposium - International astronomical union  
Clouds and hazes are important throughout our solar system and in the atmospheres of brown dwarfs and extrasolar giant planets.  ...  Among the brown dwarfs, clouds control the colors and spectra of the L-dwarfs; the disappearance of clouds helps herald the arrival of the T-dwarfs.  ...  Figure 2 . 2 J -K color of brown dwarfs as a function of Teff.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0074180900218044 fatcat:6jayh6txn5dydp7a5rqocazzky

TEMPERATURE FLUCTUATIONS AS A SOURCE OF BROWN DWARF VARIABILITY

Tyler D. Robinson, Mark S. Marley
2014 Astrophysical Journal  
A number of brown dwarfs are now known to be variable with observed amplitudes as large as 10-30% at some wavelengths.  ...  We conclude that thermal--as well as cloud--fluctuations must be considered as possible contributors to the observed brown dwarf variability.  ...  The horizontal tick mark indicates the curve for which radiative heating rates are shown inFigure 3.  ... 
doi:10.1088/0004-637x/785/2/158 fatcat:ovh7ewezknewlduhyerrlabx2e

EXOPLINES: Molecular Absorption Cross-Section Database for Brown Dwarf and Giant Exoplanet Atmospheres [article]

Ehsan Gharib-Nezhad, Aishwarya R. Iyer, Michael R. Line, Richard S. Freedman, Mark S. Marley, Natasha E. Batalha
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Here we present a database of pre-computed absorption cross-sections for all isotopologues of key atmospheric molecules relevant to late-type stellar, brown dwarf, and planetary atmospheres: MgH, AlH,  ...  Freedman2014 (Freedman et al. 2014 ) (see the list of the Freedman2014's line lists at Table 2 by Lupu et al. (2014) ).  ...  Following their theoretical work, Wende, S. et al. (2010) used high-resolution spectroscopy to record the Wing-Ford spectral lines in 989.8-1076.6 nm.  ... 
arXiv:2104.00264v1 fatcat:dtsfldkwdjek3dv5k5ujnddw5e

Measuring the D/H Ratios of Exoplanets and Brown Dwarfs [article]

Caroline V. Morley, Andrew J. Skemer, Brittany E. Miles, Michael R. Line, Eric D. Lopez, Matteo Brogi, Richard S. Freedman, Mark S. Marley
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Free-floating planets and brown dwarfs more massive than ~13 M_J quickly fuse their initial D reservoir.  ...  The approximate metallicity and D/H ratios corresponding to different objects are marked in gray (BD: brown dwarfs, J: Jupiter, S: Saturn, N,U: Neptune and Uranus).  ...  D/H in Brown Dwarfs Traces Deuterium Fusion Brown dwarfs form with approximately protosolar abundances.  ... 
arXiv:1810.04241v1 fatcat:j5bxbb7gpzhmbjf6utr22axu5m

OBSERVED POLARIZATION OF BROWN DWARFS SUGGESTS LOW SURFACE GRAVITY

Sujan Sengupta, Mark S. Marley
2010 Astrophysical Journal Letters  
Furthermore evolutionary models of mature field L dwarfs predict surface gravities ranging from about 200 to 2500 m/s^2 (corresponding to masses of about 15 to 70 times of Jupiter mass).  ...  cloudy atmospheric model and observationally inferred rotational velocities and find that the observed optical polarization can be explained if the surface gravity of the polarized objects is about 300 m/s^  ...  The dash line represents that with g = 1000 m s −2 , n = 1 and V sin(i) = 48 km s −1 . For all the cases except the one marked otherwise, i = 30 • .  ... 
doi:10.1088/2041-8205/722/2/l142 fatcat:gpjlkp33dfe4levfkvshy4ue5q

Laboratory refugia preferences of the brown widow spider,Latrodectus geometricus(Araneae: Theridiidae)

Richard S. Vetter, Linda M. Penas, Mark S. Hoddle
2016 The journal of arachnology  
During collecting episodes in urban southern California, brown widow spiders, Latrodectus geometricus C. L.  ...  In this laboratory study, we tested several variables to determine which factors brown widow females may use for web site selection.  ...  S. V., pers. obs.). Rough surfaces might be easier for fastening webbing and thus provide a stronger conical retreat. However, spiders easily attached silk to smooth surfaces in the other assays.  ... 
doi:10.1636/j15-58.1 fatcat:rnwyrdtufnbr7g27pe6diigws4

Some generalized Brown-Gitler spectra

Paul G. Goerss, John D. S. Jones, Mark E. Mahowald
1986 Transactions of the American Mathematical Society  
Brown-Gitler spectra for the homology theories associated with the spectra A"Zf, bo, and bu are constructed.  ...  Complexes adapted to the new Brown-Gitler spectra are produced and a spectral sequence converging to stable maps into these spectra is constructed and examined.  ...  )(s+ 1-0-1 a(t,r,s) = (-1) \ i-p(r+l) ,,. v , .  ... 
doi:10.1090/s0002-9947-1986-0819938-3 fatcat:nw5bcuww3bamhlwe7yo4bij5oy
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