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Ito Noe: Living in freedom. A critique of personal growth in Japanese society
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A prospectus for a Los Angeles arts and culture magazine from the graduate school
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Art as intuitive conundrum
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Development Of The Symphony Orchestra In Higher Education
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Faith And Ultimate Concern:  St. Paul And Paul Tillich
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A Structural Analysis Of Shakespeare'S Early Comedies
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The Evolution Of The Humours Character In Seventeenth-Century English Comedy
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Comic Distance In Theory And Practice
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A Critical Study Of The Influence Of The Classical And Christian Traditions Upon The Character Of The Hero As Revealed Through The Concepts Of 'Love' And 'Honor' In Three Restoration Heroic Tragedies
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Accion Nacional:  Mexico'S Opposition Party
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The Effects Of Justice, Balance, And Hostility On Mirth
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A Study Of Information Value Change In The Conversion From Confidential To Non-Confidential Recommendations
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The World Picture Of Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
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The Competence Of A Mildly Retarded Population
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Form As Theme:  A Study Of Andre Gide
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The tradition of self-portrayal in the Roman Republic
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A Social Systems Evaluation Methodology:  A Case Study Of The Relocation Of Families And Individuals In The Urban Renewal Process
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An Analysis And Evaluation Of The Criteria Used In The Administration And Implementation Of The Military Assistance Program For Latin America
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From The Medieval Germanic Walther-Epic To The Spanish Legend Of Gaiferos
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A woman of African origin attends services, Saint James Healing Church of Christ, Bladensburg, Maryland.
A woman of African origin conducting the services, Saint James Healing Church of Christ, Bladensburg, Maryland.
Broadway, north from Sixth Street, Los Angeles, ca.1906
Drawing of Saint Bonaventura (Buenaventura?) by Raphael, [s.d.]
The painting "Immaculate Conception" by Murillo, Prado, [s.d.]
Painting depicting Santa Clara, the Seraphic Mother, at Mission Santa Clara, [s.d.]
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