Advances in Applied Probability
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Historical Statistics of the United States
Historical Statistics of the United States has long been the standard source for quantitative indicators of American history. This revised, updated, and expanded Millennial Edition contains more information than ever before.
An Introduction to Language and Linguistics 2nd Edition
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Contemporary European History
Contemporary European History is publishing its 25 volume in 2016 and to celebrate is offering free access to an entire anniversary special issue here.
Quarterly Review of Biophysics
The journal covers the whole field of biophysics, from ion channels to DNA topology, and from X-ray diffraction to NMR, and has a worldwide reputation as a forum for general and specialised communication between biophysicists working in different areas.
Journal of Applied Probability
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The Letters of Samuel Beckett Volume 3. 1957–1965
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Cambridge Law Reports
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Stahl Online comprises online versions of the complete set of reference works written or edited by Dr. Stephen M. Stahl, one of the world’s leading psychopharmacologists.
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