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 Physics , 2015, Abstract: We present time series photometry of 57 variable stars in the cluster region NGC 7380. The association of these variable stars to the cluster NGC 7380 has been established on the basis of two colour diagrams and colour-magnitude diagrams. Seventeen stars are found to be main-sequence variables, which are mainly B type stars and are classified as slowly pulsating B stars, $\beta$ Cep or $\delta$ Scuti stars. Some of them may belong to new class variables as discussed by Mowlavi et al. (2013) and Lata et al. (2014). Present sample also contains 14 pre-main-sequence stars, whose ages and masses are found to be mostly $\lesssim$ 5 Myr and range 0.60 $\lesssim M/M_{\odot} \lesssim$ 2.30 and hence should be T-Tauri stars. About half of the weak line T-Tauri stars are found to be fast rotators with a period of $\lesssim$ 2 days as compared to the classical T-Tauri stars. Some of the variables belong to the field star population.
 Jér？me Meizoz Image and Narrative : Online Magazine of the Visual Narrative , 2011, Abstract: David Martens, L’Invention de Blaise Cendrars. Une poétique de la pseudonymie, Paris, Honoré Champion, Cahiers Blaise Cendrars , no. 10, 295 p. ISBN 978-2-7453-2176-3
 St？edoevropské Politické Studie , 2011, Abstract: book review
 Παναγι？τη？ Λ. ΒΟΚΟΤΟΠΟΥΛΟΣ Byzantina Symmeikta , 1994, Abstract: No abstract
 Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1088/1674-4527/12/2/005 Abstract: We present a study of the star 2MASS J22472238+5801214 with the aim of identifying its true nature which has hitherto been uncertain. This object, which is a member of the young cluster NGC 7380, has been variously proposed to be a Be star, a D-type symbiotic and a Herbig Ae/Be star in separate studies. Here we present optical spectroscopy, near-IR photometry and narrow band H-alpha imaging of the nebulosity in its environment. Analysis of all these results, including the spectral energy distribution constructed from available data, strongly indicate the source to be a Herbig Ae/Be star. The star is found to be accompanied by a nebulosity with an interesting structure. A bow shock shaped structure, similar to a cometary nebula, is seen very close to the star with its apex oriented towards the photoionizing source of this region (i.e. the star DH Cep). An interesting spectroscopic finding, from the forbidden [SII] 6716, 6731 \AA and [OI] 6300 \AA lines, is the detection of a blue-shifted high velocity outflow (200 +/- 50 km/s) from the star.
 Wenjun Li Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice , 2013, DOI: 10.1186/2041-7136-3-1 Abstract: 272 pages, ISBN-10: 184593895X, ISBN-13: 978–1845938956
 Sarah Robinson Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice , 2013, DOI: 10.1186/2041-7136-3-2 Abstract: 565 pages, ISBN 978-94-007-3885-0, ISBN 978-94-007-3886-7
 Sarah Robinson Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice , 2013, DOI: 10.1186/2041-7136-3-3 Abstract: 350 pages, ISBN 978-94-007-3845-4, ISBN 978-94-007-3846-1
 Raphael E. Bexten Aemaet , 2012, DOI: urn:nbn:de:0288-20120612152 Abstract: Bonn: Lepanto Verlag 2010 - ISBN: 978-3942605007, 233 S., € 28,90
 K Mbugua African Journal on Conflict Resolution , 2009, Abstract: Peace and conflict in Africa Francis, David J. (ed.) 2008 Zed Books, London / New York. 242 pp. ISBN 978 1 84277 953 8 hb, 978 1 84277 954 5 pb
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