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  • and the humanities  (2014)  by Martin Paul Eve 1861248Open access and the humanitiesMartin Paul Eve2014 OPEN ACCESS AND THE HUMANITIES Contexts
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  • Open access and the humanities  (2014)  by Martin Paul Eve Citing this work 1865636Open access and the humanities — Citing this workMartin Paul Eve2014
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  • Executive Order 12367 by President of the United States President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities ◄  Executive Order 12366 64696 Executive Order
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  • Open access and the humanities  (2014)  by Martin Paul Eve Preface by Peter Suber 1865638Open access and the humanities — PrefaceMartin Paul Eve2014
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  • Open access and the humanities  (2014)  by Martin Paul Eve Glossary 1861265Open access and the humanities — GlossaryMartin Paul Eve2014 Glossary
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  • Open access and the humanities  (2014)  by Martin Paul Eve Acknowledgements 1865637Open access and the humanities — AcknowledgementsMartin Paul Eve2014
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  • establishment of the National Endowment for the Humanities. The overriding goal of this small but important Federal agency is the promotion of humanities scholarship
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  • Endowment for the Humanities, and the Institute of Museum and Library Services on matters relating to the arts and the humanities. The Committee shall initiate
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  • and the humanities by Martin Paul Eve front matter 2034308Open access and the humanities — front matterMartin Paul Eve OPEN ACCESS AND THE HUMANITIES
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  • Executive Order 12308 by President of the United States Presidential Task Force on the Arts and Humanities ◄  Executive Order 12307 64634 Executive Order
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Agnoiology (category 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica articles about humanities)
    Britannica, Volume 1 — Agnoiology AGNOIOLOGY (from Gr. ἀγνοέω, ignorance), the science or study of ignorance, which determines its quality and conditions
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  • Executive Order No. 12367, as amended, ‘‘President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities’’. Section 3(b) of Executive Order No. 12367, as amended, is
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  • signed) E.O. 12663 → E.O. 12667 (5 Executive Orders signed) NOTE: The total number of Executive orders issued for each administration includes
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  • Open access and the humanities  (2014)  by Martin Paul Eve Index 1861268Open access and the humanities — IndexMartin Paul Eve2014 Index academic
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  • Spezzia, and entered the Society of Jesus 4 February, 1628. At the end of his novitiate he made the usual study of the humanities, philosophy and theology
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  • Subclass AS Academies and learned socieites Subclass AY Yearbooks. Almanacs. Directories Subclass AZ History of scholarship and learning. The humanities
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  • Executive Order 12593 by President of the United States President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities ◄  Executive Order 12592 64932 Executive Order
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  • Executive Order 12378 by President of the United States President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities ◄  Executive Order 12377 64707 Executive Order
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  • Open access and the humanities  (2014)  by Martin Paul Eve Chapter 5: Innovations 1861261Open access and the humanities — Chapter 5: InnovationsMartin
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Belomancy (category 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica articles about humanities)
    the Babylonians, Scythians and other ancient peoples. Nebuchadrezzar (Ezek. xxi. 21) resorted to this practice “when he stood in the parting of the way
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