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30th Annual Scientific Meeting : Parasitological Society of Southern Africa : conference abstracts  [cached]
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Journal of the South African Veterinary Association , 2012, DOI: 10.4102/jsava.v73i3.580
Abstract: The following are abstracts of papers and posters presented at the 30th Annual Scientific Meeting - A Parasite Odyssey - 9-12 September 2001, Villia Via, Gordon's Bay, South Africa.
Roman Warfare  [cached]
D.B. Saddington
Akroterion , 2012, DOI: 10.7445/55-0-20
Abstract: ROTH, Jonathan P 2009. Roman Warfare. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pbk. R250. ISBN 978-0-521-53726-1. Jonathan Roth of San Jose State University, known as an expert on military logistics, has written this attractive Cambridge Introduction to Roman Civilization volume on Roman Warfare. The series is designed for students with no prior knowledge of Roman antiquity. The book comprises an Introduction on Sources and Methods (pp. 1-6) and 15 chapters on Roman warfare from the beginnings to the fall of the Western Empire in AD 476, using a chronological approach. There are 68 illustrations and maps, a Timeline, a Glossary, a Glossary of People, a Bibliography (which includes several websites) and an Index.
Strong Equality of Roman and Weak Roman Domination in Trees  [PDF]
Jose D. Alvarado,Simone Dantas,Dieter Rautenbach
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: We provide a constructive characterization of the trees for which the Roman domination number strongly equals the weak Roman domination number, that is, for which every weak Roman dominating function of minimum weight is a Roman dominating function. Our characterization is based on five simple extension operations, and reveals several structural properties of these trees.
Professor "Nonlinear": Obituary and memoir for Roman Juszkiewicz (1952-2012)  [PDF]
Wojciech A. Hellwing
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: On 28th and 29th of January 2013 we held an international meeting in Zielona G\'ora (Poland) honouring the first anniversary of premature passing away^(1) of Professor Roman Juszkiewicz. We have celebrated an opening of a new seminar room at the University of Zielona G\'ora commemorated to the memory of Roman Juszkiewicz and we have shared our anecdotes and memories of this great scientist and friend. Here we want to present a limited and short memoir and obituary for Roman Juszkiewicz. 1: Roman Juszkiewicz passed away on 28th of January 2012
Rezumate in limba roman  [cached]
Bogdan Patrut
Brain. Broad Research in Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience , 2010,
Abstract: Acest articol con ine rezumatele articolelor, n limba roman .
Vol. 2, No. 3, September  [cached]
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Journal of Politics and Law , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/jpl.v2n3p0
Abstract: Vol. 2, No. 3, September. All in one file.
The 30th anniversary of Campylobacter, Helicobacter, and Related Organisms workshops—what have we learned in three decades?  [PDF]
Erin C. Gaynor,Christine M. Szymanski
Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology , 2012, DOI: 10.3389/fcimb.2012.00020
Abstract: As we commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Campylobacter, Helicobacter, and Related Organisms (CHRO) workshops with this special Frontiers edition, we look back upon three decades of research and provide some highlights from the 16th International CHRO meeting. Although Theodor Escherich himself provided drawings of campylobacters back in the 1880s, Campylobacter jejuni was not identified until the 1950s. Helicobacter pylori was first described to be the causative agent of stomach ulcers at a CHRO meeting by Barry Marshall and Robin Warren—who later received the Nobel Prize for their findings that bacteria could cause diseases previously believed to be caused by human factors. Now, several genome sequences for campylobacters, helicobacters, and related organisms are available and we have moved into an era examining the intersection between host microbial ecology and pathogen infection. Both pioneers and new investigators in the CHRO research field continue to obtain “unexpected results” demonstrating that campylobacters and helicobacters do not follow classic paradigms of other well-characterized gastrointestinal pathogens and we are learning that there is a plethora of interesting related organisms beyond C. jejuni and H. pylori. This review summarizes recent discoveries in CHRO research and the exciting directions ahead.
Selcuk Universitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitusu Dergisi , 2005,
Abstract: In this study, we tried to point out the reaction of the anti-novel against the traditionalnovel. The anti -novel oppose to the traditional forms of the classic roman which have attainedto its highest point with the Balzac’s novels. As it is known, the classic roman has a traditionbasing on strong basics. It exhibits a interesting and fascinating story around which turn a greatdeal of heroes whose characters, acts and feeling are deeply analysed This is because of theseromanesque elements that the anti novel rises up against the traditional roman. In this point it isquestion of a line which begins with La Princesse de Cleves of Madame de La Fayette and continuesuntil the works of the New Novelists.The anti novelist attempts to destroy the solid edifice of the traditional roman , to exposethe tricks and ruses of the novelist and do work of undermining the traditional roman by itsown proceedings. The anti novel puts in problematic the mimetic representation of the reality,the narration of story the narrative point of view , the position of the reader before the novelfictively created by the novelist and the situation of the character in the framework of the history
Misko Zivic,Misa Zivic
Acta Medica Medianae , 2006,
Abstract: St. Roman lived in the second half of the XIX century and the first half of the XX century A.C. Together with his brother Nestor they set out for a noble mission to promote literacy among Slaves. Thus, Roman arrived at the right side of the Juzna Morava River and his brother Nestor at the left side of the river. And they managed to achieve their goal. At the grave of St. Roman, a shrine has been built. This shrine with the coffin of St.Roman has become a place of gathering of a number of believers and a holy place known for its curing powers.
Geographies of Provincialism in Roman Sculpture  [cached]
Stewart, Peter
RIHA Journal , 2010,
Abstract: Focusing on Roman Britain but using examples across the empire, this article examines the relevance of geography to the form and distribution of "provincialized" classical imagery in the Roman period. This must be explained with reference to the competence of the craftsmen, the expectations of provincial artists and viewers, and geological factors. In some cases geology rather than culture seems to have a surprisingly large role in determining the presence and absence of sculpture. Attention to the material complexities of the geography of provincial sculpture provides a useful foil to considering Roman imperial art as a pervasive visual culture.
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