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Genetics, evolution, and man.
Every word to utter from the writer involves the element of this life. The writer really shows how the simple words can maximize how the impression of this book is uttered directly for the readers.Expand
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Bristol and the Atlantic Trade in the Eighteenth Century.
Preface Introduction 1. Atlantic trade and the port of Bristol 2. Shipping 3. Shipping patterns 4. The export trade 5. The slave trade 6. The tobacco trade 7. The sugar trade Conclusion AppendixExpand
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Steady flow through a realistic human upper airway geometry
Air flow through a human upper airway (central part) has been carried out using a realistic geometry. In addition to explaining the anatomy, problems and importance of patient-specific study of humanExpand
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A stitching method for the generation of unstructured meshes for use with co-volume solution techniques
Abstract The successful implementation of co-volume time-domain solution techniques requires the use of high quality, smooth dual meshes. The generation of Delaunay–Voronoi diagrams with theseExpand
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Slavery and the British Empire: From Africa to America
Slavery and the British Empire provides a clear overview of the entire history of British involvement with slavery and the slave trade, from the Cape Colony to the Caribbean. The book combinesExpand
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The Bright-Meyler papers : a Bristol-West India connection, 1732-1837
The documents collected here illuminate the conduct of British trade and investments in the Caribbean when slavery was at its height and Jamaica was the wealthiest territory in Britain's AtlanticExpand
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Efficient surface reconstruction from contours based on two‐dimensional Delaunay triangulation
This paper introduces an efficient method for surface reconstruction from sectional contours. The surface between neighbouring sections is reconstructed based on the consistent utilization of theExpand
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A low–order unstructured–mesh approach for computational electromagnetics in the time domain
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We present an explicit linear Taylor–Galerkin finite–element approach implemented on unstructured tetrahedral meshes. Expand
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The birth of industrial Britain : social change, 1750-1850
Introduction 1. Work and Leisure 2. Living and Health Standards 3. Religion and Society 4. Popular Education 5. The Old and New Poor Laws 6. Popular Protest 7. Crime, Justice and PunishmentExpand
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The Birth of Industrial Britain: Economic Change, 1750-1850
Part 1 The background: the birth of industrial Britain. Part 2 Analysis: population growth agriculture domestic industry and proto-industrialization factory production and the textile industries coalExpand
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