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Communication and Economic Theory Birger P. Priddat 2014 09/08/16
Cancer-Related Fatigue Joachim Weis Markus Horneber 2015 09/08/16
Rorschach Assessment of Adolescents Irving B. Weiner Shira Tibon-Czopp 2016 09/08/16
User Guides, Manuals, and Technical Writing Adrian Wallwork 2014 09/08/16
Blackberry Pie Murder Joanne Fluke 2014 09/08/16
Stitches in Time Terri Dulong 2016 09/08/16
Deserves to Die Lisa Jackson 2014 09/08/16
Highland Guard Hannah Howell 2015 09/08/16
The Unions' Response to Globalization Gary Chaison 2014 09/08/16
Swift Quick Syntax Reference Matthew Campbell 2014 09/08/16
Film, Television and the Psychology of the Social Dream Robert W. Rieber Robert J. Kelly 2014 09/08/16
Adult ADHD J.J. Sandra Kooij 2013 09/08/16
Managing Projects in the Real World Melanie Mcbride 2014 09/08/16
Materiality and Subject in Marxism, (Post-)Structuralism, and Material Semiotics Johannes Beetz 2016 09/08/16
Revolutionary Totalitarianism, Pragmatic Socialism, Transition Gorana Ognjenović Jasna Jozelić 2016 09/08/16
Race and the Black Male Subculture William T. Hoston 2016 09/08/16
The European Union's Immigration Policy Ayselin Gözde Yıldız 2016 09/08/16
Education, Citizenship, and Cuban Identity Rosi Smith 2016 09/08/16
Cognitive Mechanisms of Belief Change Aaron C. T. Smith 2016 09/08/16
Islamism and Post-Islamism in Iran Yadullah Shahibzadeh 2016 09/08/16
Realism and the Liberal Tradition Whittle Johnstondavid Clinton Stephen Sims 2016 09/08/16
The Multisite Nation Michel S. Laguerre 2016 09/08/16
The New International Division of Labour Greig Charnock Guido Starosta 2016 09/08/16
International Education at Community Colleges Rosalind Latiner Raby Edward J. Valeau 2016 09/08/16
Transnational Protest, Australia and the 1960s Jon Piccini 2016 09/08/16
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  • DAISY (Digital Accessible Information System) - a digital book file format. DAISY books from Bookshare are DAISY 3.0 text files that work with just about every type of access technology that reads text. Books that contain images will have the download option of ‘DAISY Text with Images’.
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