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Romanticism, ISSN 1354-991X, 07/2018, Volume 24, Issue 2, p. 203
In 2009, Damian Walford Davies called for a counterfactual turn in Romantic studies, a move reflective of a wider growth of critical interest in the... 
Historiography | Romantic period | Literary history | Subject fields
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by Guymer, Robyn H and Markey, Caroline M and McAllister, Ian L and Gillies, Mark C and Hunyor, Alex P and Arnold, Jennifer J and Chang, Andrew and Syed, Adil and Broadhead, Geoffrey and Pham, Thomas and Hong, Thomas and Wong, Lily and Zhu, Meidong and Burnett, Shelley and Joachim, Nichole and Wijeyakumar, Wijeyanthy and Manalang, Gabriel and Mhlanga, Cleopatra and Joachim, Nicole and Spooner, Kimperly and Mitchell, Paul and Foran, Suriya and Wilson, Christabel and Cossatto, Victoria and Waniganayke, Laskshmi and Mai, Vivien and Atif, Rabiya and Wa, Lakshmi and Maharaj, Sapna and Liong, David and Matic, Christine and Tran, Katherine and Jas, Sheenal and Gibbs, Danielle and Wickremasinghe, Sanj and Guymer, Robyn and Lim, Lyndell and Sandhu, Sukhpal and Nguyen, Thanh and Qatarneh, Dania and Razavi, Hessom and Chong, Elaine and Little, Matthew and Bhardwau, Gaurav and Ayres, Michael and Chen, Michael and Ong, Daini and Creese, Katarina and Drew, Tricia and D'Sylva Parfett, Carly and Pejnovic, Tanya and Chau, Thuy and Sanmugasundram, Sutha and Kolic, Maria and Glatz, Elizabeth and Tonder, Tina-Marie and Luckie, Alan and Heery, Stephen and Steele, Timothy and Arnold, Jennifer and Matthews, Bryan and Croft, Julie and Breen, Alex and Gabriel, Bronwyn and Anderson, Maegan and Dodds, Michelle and Dwyer, Marcus and Brown, Bev and Dwyer, Jacinta and Fu, Ivan and Macauley, Helen and Wong, James and Chalasani, Rajeev and Lim, Charmaine and Huynh, Son and Nolan, Timothy and Leong, James and Lau, Kit and Kumar, Swas and Nguyen, Trang and Bitar, Joseph and Ahern, Hannah and Ali, Arooj and Zamora, Nuria and Lai, Angela and Moussa, Randa and Do, Carmen and Verma, Nitin and Bylsma, Guy and Traill, Andrew and Curry, Beverley and Paprotny, Amy and Ayesa, Alfonso and Johns, Alyse and Ujjainwala, Zanobia and Maver, Andrew and Chan, Derek and Chang, John and Kang, Hyong Kwon and Stringfellow, Gavin and ... and FLUID Investigators
Ophthalmology, ISSN 0161-6420, 05/2019, Volume 126, Issue 5, pp. 723 - 734
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by Guymer, Robyn H and Markey, Caroline M and McAllister, Ian L and Gillies, Mark C and Hunyor, Alex P and Arnold, Jennifer J and Chang, Andrew and Syed, Adil and Broadhead, Geoffrey and Pham, Thomas and Hong, Thomas and Wong, Lily and Zhu, Meidong and Burnett, Shelley and Joachim, Nichole and Wijeyakumar, Wijeyanthy and Manalang, Gabriel and Mhlanga, Cleopatra and Joachim, Nicole and Spooner, Kimperly and Mitchell, Paul and Foran, Suriya and Wilson, Christabel and Cossatto, Victoria and Waniganayke, Laskshmi and Mai, Vivien and Atif, Rabiya and Wa, Lakshmi and Maharaj, Sapna and Liong, David and Matic, Christine and Tran, Katherine and Jas, Sheenal and Gibbs, Danielle and Wickremasinghe, Sanj and Guymer, Robyn and Lim, Lyndell and Sandhu, Sukhpal and Nguyen, Thanh and Qatarneh, Dania and Razavi, Hessom and Chong, Elaine and Little, Matthew and Bhardwau, Gaurav and Ayres, Michael and Chen, Michael and Ong, Daini and Creese, Katarina and Drew, Tricia and D'Sylva Parfett, Carly and Pejnovic, Tanya and Chau, Thuy and Sanmugasundram, Sutha and Kolic, Maria and Glatz, Elizabeth and Tonder, Tina-Marie and Luckie, Alan and Heery, Stephen and Steele, Timothy and Arnold, Jennifer and Matthews, Bryan and Croft, Julie and Breen, Alex and Gabriel, Bronwyn and Anderson, Maegan and Dodds, Michelle and Dwyer, Marcus and Brown, Bev and Dwyer, Jacinta and Fu, Ivan and Macauley, Helen and Wong, James and Chalasani, Rajeev and Lim, Charmaine and Huynh, Son and Nolan, Timothy and Leong, James and Lau, Kit and Kumar, Swas and Nguyen, Trang and Bitar, Joseph and Ahern, Hannah and Ali, Arooj and Zamora, Nuria and Lai, Angela and Moussa, Randa and Do, Carmen and Verma, Nitin and Bylsma, Guy and Traill, Andrew and Curry, Beverley and Paprotny, Amy and Ayesa, Alfonso and Johns, Alyse and Ujjainwala, Zanobia and Maver, Andrew and Arnold, Jennifer and Chan, Derek and Chang, John and Kang, Hyong Kwon and ... and FLUID Investigators
Ophthalmology, ISSN 0161-6420, 05/2019, Volume 126, Issue 5, pp. 723 - 734
To test the hypothesis that tolerating some subretinal fluid (SRF) in patients with neovascular age-related macular degeneration (nAMD) treated with... 
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Language and Literature, ISSN 0963-9470, 11/2013, Volume 22, Issue 4, pp. 315 - 332
This study draws on findings from the 'Dialect in British Fiction 1800-1836' project to describe changes in literary dialect representation in novels published... 
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Language and Literature, ISSN 0963-9470, 08/2010, Volume 19, Issue 3, pp. 249 - 263
This article addresses one of the most theoretically and linguistically vexing issues in the history of English poetic language: stylistic variation in... 
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Journal of Neurotrauma, ISSN 0897-7151, 02/2012, Volume 29, Issue 3, pp. 6 - 610
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Language and Literature, ISSN 0963-9470, 8/2010, Volume 19, Issue 3, pp. 249 - 263
This article addresses one of the most theoretically and linguistically vexing issues in the history of English poetic language: stylistic variation in... 
Wordsworth | dialect | pastoral | Lyrical Ballads | paratexts | metalanguage | Cumbrian | eighteenth century | footnotes | poetry | LINGUISTICS | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | Wordsworth, William | Lyrical Ballads(1798, 1800, 1802, 1805) | English literature | footnote | 1800-1899 | regional dialect | Regional dialects | Standard dialects | Poetry | British English | 18th century
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Literature Compass, ISSN 1741-4113, 07/2010, Volume 7, Issue 7, pp. 577 - 585
The last 14 years have witnessed an unprecedented surge of critical interest in the Della Cruscans, a coterie of writers (including Robert Merry and Mary... 
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Literature Compass, ISSN 1741-4113, 07/2010, Volume 7, Issue 7, pp. 577 - 585
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Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters, ISSN 0960-894X, 02/2019, Volume 29, Issue 3, p. 503
We previously published on the design and synthesis of novel, potent and selective PPAR[alpha] antagonists suitable for either i.p. or oral in vivo... 
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European Journal of Pharmacology, ISSN 0014-2999, 08/2017, Volume 809, p. 130
Peroxisome-proliferator activated receptors (PPAR) are members of the nuclear hormone receptor superfamily which regulate gene transcription. PPAR[alpha] is a... 
Leukemia | Genes | Melanoma | Pharmacology | Metastasis | Gene expression | Fatty acids | Prostate cancer | Ovarian cancer
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Language and Literature, ISSN 0963-9470, 11/2013, Volume 22, Issue 4, pp. 315 - 332
This study draws on findings from the ‘Dialect in British Fiction 1800–1836’ project to describe changes in literary dialect representation in novels published... 
Irish English | Welsh English | Dialect representation | Romantic Period | literary dialect | novel | Scots | ELEPHANT | AUTHENTICITY | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | LINGUISTICS | SOCIOLINGUISTICS | ROOM | 1800-1836 | British and Irish literatures | 1800-1899 | regional dialect
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