JSTOR : Ireland collection
The Ireland Collection, developed by JSTOR in cooperation with Queen's University Belfast, is an interdisciplinary online collection of journals and other materials from the 1780s to the present. This was funded by the JISC Digitisation Programme. When this is completed users from UK FE and HE and research councils (as well as all free for not-for-profit orgainsations in Ireland) will have online access to more than 75 journals and 200 monographs across the arts, humanities, and sciences in disc
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BWELT.net : bibliography of Welsh literature in English translation
BWLET.net is a website offering a free database of Welsh literature in English translation. BWLET claims to be "first comprehensive listing of Welsh-English literary translation from its beginnings in the eighteenth century to the present day". The database is searchable by: keyword; author; title; publisher; and date. Each entry gives bibliographic information about each translation, enabling students and researchers working on Welsh literature to more easily find relevant works. The websit
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Irish Georgian Society
The website for the Irish Georgian Society provides information on this organisation founded in 1958 to encourage an interest in, and promotion of, conservation of distinguished examples of architecture in Ireland. Resources offered on this website include a searchable catalogue of Irish theses and dissertations relating to architecture and the allied arts and a register of practitioners of traditional building and conservation skills. Advice is provided on researching, restoring and sources of
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See how your donations to the University of Memphis directly affect the lives of students such as Mario. To see how you can contribute to the education of our students, please visit https://www.memphis.edu/development/
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Deutsche Kultur International is the official portal and directory for German arts and culture, published online under the imprimatur of the Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations and supported by the culture section of the Federal Foreign Office. The website covers areas such as... "the German language and literature at home and abroad; exhibitions of German art worldwide and art from abroad in Germany; support of artists in the fields of fine arts, music, dance and theatre" and "the relevant
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This 21 page report, R645 - Routes to the development of a parapoxvirus vaccine for red squirrels, was originally produced by English Nature in 2005 and is here made available as a PDF file by Natural England. The report looks at the history of the decline of the red squirrel in the UK and attempts to estimate the timesacles and costs of the development of a vaccine, and then gives a list of references to relevant literature.
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Young children say many surprising and funny things – funny, often, because how they say it is not quite right in an endearing way. “My friend goed to the playground,” and “I ated two desserts” both demonstrate errors that we readily understand, sympathize with, and are confident will go away with further listening
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