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588 example sentences with  monographs

588 example sentences with monographs

The recent director of the station, Señor Fernando Lopez Tuero, wrote, while in office, several monographs on tropical agriculture; which I have been at some pains to translate in my search for absolutely reliable information relating to that subject.

Meanwhile, in anticipation of the final triumph of the armies of the Allied and Associated Powers, the President, in the spring of 1917, directed the organization, under the Department of State, of a body of experts to collect data and prepare monographs, charts, and maps, covering all historical, territorial, economic, and legal subjects which would probably arise in the negotiation of a treaty of peace.

But simultaneously with its second edition (1878) there appeared two monographs, which constituted the embryo of the new school, supplementing the anthropological studies of Lombroso with conclusions and systematizations from the point of view of sociology and law.

The simultaneous publication of these three monographs caused a stir.

Of great value are Kufferath's monographs on the Wagner operas and Liszt's analyses.

I regret much that its accomplished author resists the solicitations of his friends, and declines to bring out a fresh edition of one of the most complete monographs of a colony which I have yet seen.

A glance at the Bibliography will show that more than fifty articles and monographs have been published as a result of the Peruvian Expeditions of Yale University and the National Geographic Society.

My own observations are based partly on a study of these monographs and the writings of former travelers, partly on the maps and notes made by my companions, and partly on a study of our Peruvian photographs, a collection now numbering over eleven thousand negatives.

A series of monographs.

Bell's Cathedral Series ILLUSTRATED MONOGRAPHS ON THE GREAT ENGLISH CATHEDRALS AND CHURCHES Crown 8vo.

This series of monographs upon our great English Cathedral Churches has been framed to give students of Architecture handy reference volumes, and the visitor trustworthy guide-books, at once cheaper and more fully illustrated than any previous works of similar character.

(Monographs on experimental biology) © 15Feb23, A698520. R73795, 1Feb51, Margaret C. Maxwell (C) MAXWELL, VIOLET, joint author.

(Surgical monographs)

(The modern philology monographs of the University of Chicago, v. 1) © 3Sep24, A800970.

SEE Curtis, Winterton C. GYNECOLOGICAL and obstetrical monographs, by Polak, Novak, Schumann, and others.

(Monographs on experimental biology) © 11Jul24, A801804.

R99576, 15Sep52, Ethel Norwood (W) NOVAK, EMIL Gynecological and obstetrical monographs.

SEE Gynecological and obstetrical monographs.

POLAK, JOHN O. Gynecological and obstetrical monographs.

SEE Gynecological and obstetrical monographs.

R104088, 18Dec52, Elmer Schuyler (A) SCHUMANN, EDWARD A. Gynecological and obstetrical monographs.

SEE Gynecological and obstetrical monographs.

(Hispanic notes and monographs.

(Surgical monographs) © 25Sep25, A864987.

SEE Cumulative supplement and composite index, gynecological and obstetrical monographs.

RUBIN, ISIDOR C. SEE Cumulative supplement and composite index, gynecological and obstetrical monographs.

(Harper's medical monographs)

(Mayo Clinic monographs) © 18Nov29;

(Harper's medical monographs)

(Mayo Clinic monographs) © 10Apr29; A7475.

(Harvard historical monographs, 5) © 25Apr35; A81679.

Bernadotte and the fall of Napoleon. (Harvard historical monographs, 7) © 16Sep35; A87258.

(Harvard historical monographs, 9) © 31Jan36; A91654.

(Macmillan surgical monographs) © 26Jan37; A102527.

(Hispanic notes & monographs) © 30Jul36; A97270.

(Hispanic notes & monographs) © 23Jul36; A96653. Hispanic Society of America (PWH); 2Mar64; R332793. Catalogue of laces and embroideries in the collection of the Hispanic Society of America, by Florence Lewis May.

(Hispanic notes & monographs) © 5Aug36; A96879.

(Hispanic notes & monographs.

(Hispanic notes & monographs.

By Earl Edwin Klein & Grace Abbott. (The University of Chicago social service monographs) © 30Aug38; A120324.

(Harvard historical monographs, 15) © 9Jan41; A149643.

(Harvard historical monographs, 14) © 19Sep40; A145222.

(Harvard historical monographs, 13) © 28May40; A141730. Richard Ager Newhall (A); 11Jan68; R426281.

(Harvard University monographs in medicine and health)

(Princeton monographs in art and archaeology, 22) © 20Jul42; A165968.

(Supplementary educational monographs, no.60, Sept. 1945) © 8Oct45; AA495466.

(Applied psychology monographs, no. 9) © 27Mar46; AA10367.

(Princeton monographs in art and archaeology, no. 24)

(Supplementary educational monographs, no. 70) © 11Nov49; AA134174.

(Princeton monographs in art and archaeology, 25) © 29May50; A44773.

(Harvard monographs in applied science, no. 1) © 6Jan50; A39840.

(Monographs on experimental biology) © 15Feb23, A698520. R73795, 1Feb51, Margaret C. Maxwell (C) MAXWELL, VIOLET, joint author.

(Surgical monographs)

(Gynecological and obstetrical monographs) © 29Sep23, A760147.

(Gynecological and obstetrical monographs) © 29Sep23, A760150.

(The modern philology monographs of the University of Chicago, v. 1) © 3Sep24, A800970.

SEE Curtis, Winterton C. GYNECOLOGICAL and obstetrical monographs, by Polak, Novak, Schumann, and others.

(Surgical monographs) © 25Sep25, A864987.

(Harvard historical monographs, 3) © 21Jun34; A72931.

(Harvard historical monographs, 4) © 12Jun34; A72982.

THE NEW ORIENT; a series of monographs on Oriental culture.

THE NEW ORIENT; a series of monographs on Oriental culture.

Bernadotte and the fall of Napoleon. (Harvard historical monographs, 7) © 16Sep35; A87258.

(Macmillan surgical monographs) © 26Jan37; A102527.

(Hispanic notes & monographs) © 30Jul36; A97270.

(Hispanic notes & monographs) © 23Jul36; A96653. Hispanic Society of America (PWH); 2Mar64; R332793. Catalogue of laces and embroideries in the collection of the Hispanic Society of America, by Florence Lewis May.

(Hispanic notes & monographs) © 5Aug36; A96879.

(Hispanic notes & monographs.

(Hispanic notes & monographs.

(Macmillan medical monographs) © 19Jan37; A102429.

(Harvard historical monographs, 11) © 22Apr38; A117242.

(The Macmillan medical monographs) © 26Mar40; A138389.

(Hispanic notes & monographs.

(University of Chicago social service monographs) © 30Sep41; AA380901.

(Supplementary education monographs, no.52, Oct. 1941) © 28Oct41; AA382311.

(Harvard University monographs in medicine and public health) © 23Jun42; A165309.

(Applied psychology monographs, no.1) © 19Mar43; AA424065.

(Applied psychology monographs, no.7) © 12Sep45; AA494077.

(Applied psychology monographs, no.4) © 21Mar45; AA479929.

(Supplementary educational monographs, no.60, Sept. 1945) © 8Oct45; AA495466.

Arithmetic 1947 supplementary educational monographs.

(Supplementary educational monographs, no. 70) © 11Nov49; AA134174.

(Harvard monographs in applied science, no. 1) © 6Jan50; A39840.

Monographs have appeared in great numbers on various customs and institutions, including marriage, which has been discussed in several exhaustive volumes.

I have derived much assistance from the various studies and monographs on special phases of Western history; I refer to each in its proper place.

Under this last title there is now in course of publication a very valuable series of monographs upon the History of Higher Education in the various States.

These monographs are being prepared by competent scholars under the editorial supervision of Dr. H.B. Adams of the Johns Hopkins University.

The publications connected with this work, number ten Annual Reports, thirteen Monographs, fifty-eight Bulletins and five Statistical Papers.

Among the many monographs on the subject may be mentioned the article of G.T. Stevenson on the "Separation of the Races in Public Conveyances."

GOSSE, EDMUND, poet, essayist, and critic, born in London, the son of the succeeding; author of "History of Eighteenth Century Literature," a collection of lyrics, and a series of monographs, in particular "Life of Gray"; b. 1849.

Numerous biographies and monographs of Agassiz exist in many languages, a complete list of which is given in the last published 'Life of Agassiz,' by Jules Marcou (New York and London, 1896), and also in the 'Life of Agassiz,' by Charles F. Holder (New York, 1893).

In total, Balayev has written72 books, 16 of which were published abroad, and 6 monographs.

National Science Museum Monographs.

Some of its other big publications are the AOU Checklist of North American Birds and a series, Ornithological Monographs.

His best known works were the monographs The Diplomacy of Ancient Rus (1980) and its sequel, The Diplomacy of Svyatoslav (1982).

I had written two monographs on historical childhood and children’s literature, along with a number of articles, and I was approached on the basis of this previous work.

Many monographs in the study sample had never been borrowed and had few citations, while a small number of celebrity titles were borrowed or cited at a much higher rate than other monographs in the same classification.

Many monographs in the study sample had never been borrowed and had few citations, while a small number of celebrity titles were borrowed or cited at a much higher rate than other monographs in the same classification.

Marsha Kaiserman is Head of Monographs Cataloguing at Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (CISTI) in Ottawa, ON.

Papers and Monographs of the Finnish Institute at Athens, 7. (Helsinki 2001) reviewed by Giovanni Salmeri in BMCR 2003.