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The Science of Gun Policy: A Critical Synthesis of Research Evidence on the Effects of Gun Policies in the United States.
TLDR
The study synthesizes the available scientific data on the effects of various firearm policies on firearm deaths, violent crime, the gun industry, participation in hunting and sport shooting, and other outcomes to build consensus around a shared set of facts. Expand
Protestant Pots Morality and Social Ritual in the Early Modern Home
This essay examines the uses of religious and exemplary imagery as decoration for domestic ceramics in sixteenth-century Northern Europe. It considers a number of meanings that imagery, usuallyExpand
Jorg Breu the Elder
Contents: Introduction: The Artist's Smile 1: The Artist and His Workshop, c.1498-c.1517 Beginnings: The Austrian altarpieces Economic background Work in fresco Panel painting: style and patronageExpand
English Embroidery From the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1580-1700: 'Twixt Art and Nature
This book centres around the Metropolitan Museum of Art's preeminent collection of embroidered objects from England's late Tudor and Stuart eras. These seventeenth-century embroideries, some eightyExpand
Turbulence modelling for RANS CFD analyses of multi-nozzle annular jet pump swirling flows
Abstract This study focusses on the fluid mechanic analysis and performance assessment of a one-phase swirling flow multi-nozzle annular jet pump using Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes simulations andExpand
THE SAFESHIP PROJECT - A BASIS FOR BETTER DESIGN CRITERIA AND STABILITY REGULATIONS
In the design of ships, as in other branches of engineering, safety rules have evolved from cumulative experience of failures and in the case of ship stability such an entirely empirical approach hasExpand
FISHING VESSEL STABILITY AND SAFETY -- A CAUTIONARY NOTE WHEN CONSIDERING POSSIBLE CHANGES IN IMO STANDARDS
The adequacy of the IMO recommendation A168 for minimum intact stability criteria of fishing vessels has been widely debated since its introduction in 1968. The fact that losses still occur raisesExpand
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