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  • Future Media is a team taught class at Oral Roberts University with instructors from art, music, multimedia and communication arts. Course content will
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  • William Warner - English 192, Science Fiction Early history of SF courses Science & The Imagination Syllabus Honors Course at Oral Roberts University
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  • (UTC)rm2mcrae Tristandfield (discuss • contribs) 00:49, 2 December 2013 (UTC) Kj7roberts (discuss • contribs) 00:49, 2 December 2013 (UTC) Tw15108967 (discuss •
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  • were created is not without many problems. These life histories are not oral histories, but rather the writer's interpretation of the lives of the people
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  • that has been preserved for transmission in some form or other (including oral transmission); more narrowly, it is often used to designate imaginative works
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  • proximity to the Earth has been accumulating perhaps since the beginning of oral traditions and written records. A number of intelligent species currently
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  • the patient has consented to the planned action of the doctor. Expressed oral consent is when a patient has verbally given the doctor permission to proceed
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  • people, etc." is called a myth. Def. "[a] tale or story that is part of the oral tradition of a people or a place" is called a folktale. "A fairy tale ..
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  • her life until Roberts’ death in 1932. Douglas Carter, a writer of the Federal Writers’ Project, wrote the account of Mrs. Lola Roberts’ life story. Carter
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  • "Collagen gene expression in human dental pulp cell cultures". Archives of Oral Biology 37 (11): 945-52. doi:10.1016/0003-9969(92)90066-H. http://www.sciencedirect
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  • Biology of Human Salivary Cysteine Proteinase Inhibitors". Critical Reviews in Oral Biology and Medicine 4 (3/4): 487-93. doi:10.1177/10454411930040033301. http://cro
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  • is intensified] with subcutaneous enfuvirtide ... [and supplemented by] oral valproic acid ... [L]atent infection [is quantified] before and after augmented
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  • represented worldwide with a wide variety of different sound patterns (in oral languages), movements of the hands and face (in sign languages), and written
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  • had been rendered Parkinsonian by the application of MPTP. We found that oral supplementation with either creatine or cyclocreatine produced significant
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  • Adenisone TriPhosphate (ATP) by mitochondria. 1999 Schults et al found that oral CoQ10 protected the nigrostriatal dopaminergic system in one-year-old mice
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  • the owner's volition", a "person who is legally obliged by prior contract (oral or written) to work for another, with contractually limited rights to bargain;
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  • (1997) Sarcoid-like forign reaction in body piercing in two, Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radio Endod 84: 28-31 Pitts, V. (2003) ‘Provoking the Organic:
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  • documents written by the philosophers themselves, but more on secondary sources, oral traditions, and the known historical events. The peninsula of Greece or
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  • images. "Libel refers to written defamatory statements; slander refers to oral statements. Libel encompasses communications occurring in 'physical form'
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  • articulation, especially with fricatives Estigarribia B., Klusek J., Martin G., Roberts J., (2009) Language characteristics of individuals with down syndrome.
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