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Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (Mmwr) : April 30, 1993 ; Vo...

By: Center for Disease Control (Cdc) and Prevention

Description: The Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) series is prepared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Often called “the voice of CDC,” the MMWR series is the agency’s primary vehicle for scientific publication of timely, reliable, authoritative, accurate, objective, and useful public health information and recommendations. MMWR readership predominantly consists of physicians, nurses, public health practitioners, epidemiologists and o...

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E Ku'U Hiapo

By: Kawehi Keolanui

Nona na kuleana a pau. A'ole e hana kope 'ia këia puke a i'ole kekahi hapa o keia puke, ma na 'ano like 'ole a pau me ka'ae'ole ma ka palapala o ka mea nona ke kuleana.

Ua pau ke kula, a ua kii koke ia o Kamalu. I kona kau ana ma luna o ke kaa, aia kona mama me kona papa ma laila. Ua ano puiwa o ia a ua komo ka hauoli i loko ona no ka mea aole keia he mea maamau. Ua maopopo ia Kamalu, ua loaa kekahi mea kuikawa o ia la.

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Illinois Political Parties : Final Report and Background Papers

By: Assembly on Illinois Political Parties Allerton House, 1959; Pelekoudas, Lois Morrell, 1935; University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign Campus. Institute of Government and Public Affairs

Bibliographical footnotes

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What Is Man and Other Essays of Mark Twain

By: Mark Twain

Excerpt: What Is Man and Other Essays by Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens).

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The United States Steel Corporation

By: Abraham Berglund

Economic Theory Literature

Preface: THE following dissertation is an attempt to discuss the rise, character, and influence of the United States Steel Corporation. So much has been written about this organization that little can be said of its history that is absolutely new. The works which have treated this subject, however, have generally been either descriptive rather than analytical in nature, or confined to certain limited phases of its development and financial policies. The purpose of this e...

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State Magazine : Issue 416 ; May 1998: Issue 416 ; May 1998

By: Rob Wiley, Editor

Description: US Department of State magazine.

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Military Law Review : January 1986 ; Volume 111: January 1986 ; Vo...

By: Headquarters, Department of the Army

Description: A publication of the Army JAG school on military legal scholarship.

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Mech Magazine : Spring 2009: Spring 2009

By: Lieutenant David Robb, Editor

Description: Naval Safety Center magazine on Navy and Marine Corps aviation maintenance.

Mishaps cost time and resources. They take our Sailors, Marines and civilian employees away from their units and workplaces and put them in hospitals, wheelchairs and coffins. Mishaps ruin equipment and weapons. They diminish our readiness. This magazine’s goal is to help make sure that personnel can devote their time and energy to the mission. We believe there is only one way to do any task: the way that follows the rules and takes precautions against hazards. Combat is...

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Mech Magazine : Spring 2011: Spring 2011

By: Lieutenant David Robb, Editor

Description: Naval Safety Center magazine on Navy and Marine Corps aviation maintenance.

Mishaps cost time and resources. They take our Sailors, Marines and civilian employees away from their units and workplaces and put them in hospitals, wheelchairs and coffins. Mishaps ruin equipment and weapons. They diminish our readiness. This magazine’s goal is to help make sure that personnel can devote their time and energy to the mission. We believe there is only one way to do any task: the way that follows the rules and takes precautions against hazards. Combat is...

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Loglines : November-December 2010: November-December 2010

By: Kathleen T. Rhem, Editor

Description: Loglines is the authorized publication for the Defense Logistics Agency’s workforce of federal civilians, active duty military and Joint Reserve Force augmentees at agency activities worldwide and industry customers of DLA. Contents of this publication are not necessarily the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. government, the Department of Defense or the Defense Logistics Agency.

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Loglines : July-August 2011: July-August 2011

By: Kathleen T. Rhem, Editor

Description: Loglines is the authorized publication for the Defense Logistics Agency’s workforce of federal civilians, active duty military and Joint Reserve Force augmentees at agency activities worldwide and industry customers of DLA. Contents of this publication are not necessarily the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. government, the Department of Defense or the Defense Logistics Agency.

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Fbi Law Enforcement Bulletin : November 1999; Volume 68, Issue 11:...

By: Loreen Wolfer

Description: Part of the FBI Mission is ""to provide leadership and criminal justice services to federal, state, municipal, and international agencies and partners."" That means many things, from fingerprint and DNA analysis to professional training to reports and statistics. You can learn a lot about how law enforcement partnerships work on terrorist, spy, and criminal cases. The U.S. Department of Justice FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin supports the FBI's mission to help ...

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Citizen Airman Magazine; April 2007: Volume 59, Issue 2

By: Cliff Tyler

Description: Official Magazine of the Air Force Reserve.

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Center for Strategic Research (Csr) Strategic Forum 257; Somalia's...

By: Andre le Sage, Phd

Description: Institute for National Strategic Studies Center for Strategic Research pamphlet.

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Army Magazine : July 2001: Volume 51, Issue 7

By: Mary Blake French, Editor

Description: Magazine of the Association of the US Army.

A monthly four-color magazine focusing on the activities and interests of the U.S. Army worldwide, ARMY serves a readership interested in issues of national security; past and present issues involving landpower; and future trends in the military arts and sciences. The magazine focuses on developing and presenting thought-provoking articles and analyses for a professionally oriented audience.

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Army Communicator; Spring 2006: Volume 31, Issue 2

By: Edmond, Larry

Description: Army Communicator (AC) is the U.S. Army Signal Regiment's professional magazine. The magazine explores trends in the Regiment and provides a place for Signal Regiment members to share good ideas and lessons-learned with their colleagues.

We as communicators continue to revolutionize the way we do business by constantly improving upon our technology and capabilities. In order to remain an effective expeditionary force, we must be able to deliver these network capabilities and services seamlessly as Warfighters transition throughout all operational phases. The Global Network Enterprise Construct is designed to do just this, streamlining several ongoing and separate network enterprise programs into a single...

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All Hands : Bureau of Navigation News Bulletin; February 1937: Vol...

By: Navy Department; Bureau of Navigation

Description: Magazine of the US Navy.

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Africa's Irregular Security Threats : Challenges for U. S. Engagem...

By: Andre le Sage

Description: Policy briefs are sponsored by NDU regional and research centers and range from 4,000 to 8,500 words (including notes). While most authors of policy briefs are in-house research fellows, National Defense University components are receptive to submissions from outside subject matter experts. Manuscripts should be submitted to the individual research directors within each institution. Product line examples include ""Defense Horizons"" for the Center for Techno...

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Kamehameha IV : Alexander Liholiho

By: Ruby Hasegawa Lowe

This book is one of a series originally written by faculty in a Kamehameha reading program. The books were designed to increase students reading skills and their knowledge of Hawaiian history and culture by focusing on topics such as the Hawaiian monarchy. Some of these books have been translated from their original English into Hawaiian through the efforts of the staff of the Kamehameha Schools Hawaiian Studies Institute. We are pleased at the reception both the Engli...

With the passing of Kamehameha III came a new era-one bringing Prince Alexander Liholiho to the throne as Kamehameha IV. The new king, like his predecessors, had great love for his people and set about to help them. And, like those kings before him, he worked and learned to blend the old ways with new ways. Here is the story of the fourth monarch of Hawaii.

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Kamehameha and His Warrior Kekuhaupi'O

By: Samuel M. Kamakau

Beginning with the traditional history of the great chief ‘Umi and ending with the death of Kamehameha III in 1854, this volume covers the rediscovery of the Hawaiian Islands by Captain James Cook, the consolidation of the Hawaiian Kingdom by Kamehameha I, the coming of the missionaries and the changes affecting the kingdom during the first half of the nineteenth century. Originally, this history was written by Kamakau in Hawaiian as a series of newspaper articles in th...

The first article, dated December 16, 1920, was entitled “A Tale of Kekuhaupi‘o, the Famous Warrior of the Era of Kamehameha the Great (Written for the readers of Ka Hoku o Hawaii). ” The serial initially focuses on the story of Kekuhaupi‘o, an exceptionally strong and skillful Hawaiian warrior from Ke‘ei, South Kona. As with most noted warriors, he was a master in the ways of battle strategy and in understanding human nature in his enemies and allies alike. Kekuhaupi...

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