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Making the most of experience
Increasing interest is now being focused on how adults learn from experience, but there is no adequate framework to assist learners and those who facilitate learning‐promote learning in the midst ofExpand
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Live Bird Markets of Bangladesh: H9N2 Viruses and the Near Absence of Highly Pathogenic H5N1 Influenza
Avian influenza surveillance in Bangladesh has been passive, relying on poultry farmers to report suspected outbreaks of highly pathogenic H5N1 influenza. Here, the results of an active surveillanceExpand
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Anxious Nation: Australia and the Rise of Asia 1850-1939
Informing many recent studies of the West's understanding of Asia, certainly since the publication in the late 1970s of Edward Said's immensely influential analysis of 'Orientalism', is theExpand
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CORE–MANTLE CHEMICAL ISSUES
Is the core’s chemical isolation from the mantle complete? This is an important question for the balancing of the persistently enigmatic budgets of the highly siderophile elements and PGE, to whichExpand
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Severe human infection with Rickettsia felis associated with hepatitis in Yucatan, Mexico.
Rickettsia felis infection usually is a mild-to-moderate illness characterized by general signs and symptoms. Generally, patients do not require hospitalization. However, we detected 2 severeExpand
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Diversity and power in the world city network
Abstract There are three purposes: (1) to illustrate diversity amongst world cities; (2) to show how this reflects/constitutes power relativities between cities; and (3) to place debates on diversityExpand
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Development of cognitive and motor function following cerebellar tumour injury sustained in early childhood
We investigated the interrelation between cognitive and motor development and the role of the cerebellum in this relationship by examining performance in each of these domains in 15 children withExpand
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Avian Influenza Virus (H11N9) in Migratory Shorebirds Wintering in the Amazon Region, Brazil
Aquatic birds are the natural reservoir for avian influenza viruses (AIV). Habitats in Brazil provide stopover and wintering sites for water birds that migrate between North and South America. TheExpand
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