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Celebrating our homeland and recognition of all foreign lands, 1964, detail 2 of 2
Organizational structuring for homeland security: a U.S. state-by-state comparative analysis
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Discounted robust stochastic games with applications to homeland security and flow control
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Ulrich Bähler, homeland.
Eugen Hiller, India. Friedr. V. Hinden, homeland. K. Freyburger, Slave Coast. W. Basedow, Cameroon
Perfomance of memory and ritual: selected works by Ana Mendieta and Tania Bruguera
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Liminal visibility: exploring ambiguities of time and space in transnational Korean hallyu cinema
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Writing exile: Vietnamese literature in the diaspora
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Modeling, searching, and explaining abnormal instances in multi-relational networks
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Dean in Bukoba, Tanzania's Evangelical Lutheran Church north rigid Samson Mushemba told at Kalu...
Flights of the imagination: Black American travelers journey toward "Africa" in Ghana and Bahia, Brazil
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Collection from waste sites - a way of life for many poor people. The missionaries' tasks inclu...
Floating signifiers: tracing zainichi Korean identity in postcolonial literature and visual media
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The overseas sacrifice: caregivers who immigrate to the U.S. work long hours for little pay, but help keep their home country's economy afloat
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Models and algorithms for energy efficient wireless sensor networks
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Spatial approaches to reducing error in geocoded data
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Homegrown violent extremism: designing a community-based model to reduce the risk of recruitment and radicalization
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Reconstructing Eden: the Armenian community of Yettem, CA
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Choreographing the Sinophone body: martial movements and embodied languages in Hong Kong media
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Schoolgirls knitting.
Monument to Guatemoc (Cuauhtemoc or Quauhtemoc), Mexico City, Mexico, ca.1905-1910
Calabar Mission Map of the Present Day Illustrating Miss Slessor's Work, ca. 1930-1940
By the rivers, I stood and stared into the Sun
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Exterior view of the Old Mission (Mission of the Sacred Heart) on Couer de Alene River, built in 1843 by Indians and Jesuits, Idaho, [s.d.].
Hikers (or prospectors) posing in front of Wigleeva, a Havasupai god and goddess, Cataract Canyon (Havasu Canyon), 1898
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