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Contemporary French and Francophone Studies, ISSN 1740-9292, 01/2013, Volume 17, Issue 1, pp. 49 - 57
ABSTRACT  Assia Djebar's novels of the twenty-first century, particularly La Femme sans sépulture and Nulle part dans la maison de mon père, are centered on a... 
Algeria | Women and War | North Africa | Autobiography | Assia Djebar | Algerian War | LITERATURE, ROMANCE | trauma | regional history | Northern Africa | Nulle part dans la maison de mon père | Algerian literature | national identity | exile | La Femme sans sépulture | 1900-1999 | autobiography | French language literature | Djebar, Assia
Journal Article
1996, NED - New edition, ISBN 9780816626298, xxii, 359
This groundbreaking volume highlights the work of contemporary women writing in French whose cultural links, ethnic identities, and historical roots lie... 
Women and literature | Women authors | History and criticism | French literature | Language & Literature | French-speaking countries | LITERARY CRITICISM | Reference | Postcolonialism in literature | Postcolonialism
Book
03/2019, ISBN 9781442629905
The relationship of women and space, particularly the space of the city, has been the subject of much discussion at least since the 1980s, when a new... 
Book Chapter
Audiology and Neurotology, ISSN 1420-3030, 12/2012, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 36 - 47
Journal Article
by Galimberti, Viviana and Cole, Bernard F and Viale, Giuseppe and Veronesi, Paolo and Veronesi, Umberto and Veronesi, Andreas and Vicini, Elisa and Intra, Mattia and Mazzarol, Giovanni and Massarut, Samuele and Zgajnar, Janez and Taffurelli, Mario and Littlejohn, David and Knauer, Michael and Tondini, Carlo and Di Leo, Angelo and Colleoni, Marco and Regan, Meredith M and Coates, Alan S and Gelber, Richard D and Goldhirsch, Aron and Boyle, Fran and Jerusalem, Guy and Stahel, Rolf and Aebi, Stefan and Green, Michael and Karlsson, Per and Kössler, Ingrid and Láng, Istvan and Hiltbrunner, Anita and Bernhard, Jürg and Fournarakou, Stamatina and Kammler, Roswitha and Maibach, Rudolf and Rabaglio, Manuela and Ribi, Karin and Roschitzki, Heidi and Roux, Susanne and Ruepp, Barbara and Mahoney, Caitlin and Price, Karen and Blacher, Lynette and Scolese, Tara and Scott, Karolyn and Lippert, Sandra and Zielinski, Theresa and Mastropasqua, Mauro and Andrighetto, Stefania and Dell'Orto, Patrizia and Renne, Giuseppe and Pruneri, Giancarlo and Dellapasqua, Silvia and Iorfida, Monica and Cancello, Giuseppe and Montagna, Emilia and Cardillo, Anna and Peruzzotti, Giulia and Ghisini, Raffaella and Luini, Alberto and Gentilini, Oreste and Zurrida, Stefano and Curigliano, Giuseppe and Nole, Franco and Orecchia, Roberto and Leonardi, Marisa Cristina and Baratella, Paola and Chifu, Camelia and Sargenti, Manuela and Crivellari, Diana and Morassut, Sandro and Mileto, Mario and Piccoli, Erica and Magri, Marisa Donatella and Buonadonna, Angelo and Candiani, Ezio and Carbone, Antonino and Perin, Tiziana and Volpe, Rachele and Roncadin, Mario and Arcicasa, Mauro and Coran, Francesco and Lagrassa, Manuela and Recalcati, Angelo and Limonta, Maria Emanuela and Tricomi, Paolo and Fenaroli, Privato and Candiago, Elisabetta and Cattaneo, Laura and Gianatti, Alberto and Santini, Donatella and Maweja, Sylvie and Delvenne, Philippe and Rorive, Andrée and Collignon, Joëlle and Garbay, Jean-Remi and Mathieu, Marie-Christine and Galatius, Hanne and Hoffmann, Jack and Schousen, Peer and Lanng, Charlotte and ... and Int Breast Canc Study Grp Trial 23 and International Breast Cancer Study Group Trial 23-01
The Lancet Oncology, ISSN 1470-2045, 10/2018, Volume 19, Issue 10, pp. 1385 - 1393
We previously reported the 5-year results of the phase 3 IBCSG 23-01 trial comparing disease-free survival in patients with breast cancer with one or more... 
SURGERY | WOMEN | MULTICENTER | METASTASIS | ONCOLOGY | LYMPH-NODES | BIOPSY | RECURRENCE | EORTC 10981-22023 AMAROS | Care and treatment | Cancer patients | Breast cancer | Analysis | Surgery
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PLOS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 08/2019, Volume 14, Issue 8, p. e0219991
We aimed to describe incidence, trends of tuberculosis (TB) over 18 years and to evaluate the impact of the BCG vaccine after four decades of immunization... 
EXTRAPULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS | RISK | METAANALYSIS | PROTECTION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | Prevention | Usage | Tuberculosis | Patient outcomes | Distribution | BCG | BCG vaccines | Antitubercular agents | Analysis | Vaccination
Journal Article
The French Review, ISSN 0016-111X, 5/1993, Volume 66, Issue 6, pp. 959 - 966
Women writers who have experienced the double colonization of culture and gender have found the postcolonial project of reclaiming their own history a... 
Oral tradition | Cultural history | Narratives | African history | French literature | Protagonists | Novels | Political discourse | Narrators | Mothers | women novelists | Hébert, Anne | L'Amour, la fantasia | An Algerian Cavalcade | colonization | French Canadian literature | 1900-1999 | Kamouraska | novel | Djebar, Assia | Fantasia
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French Review, ISSN 0016-111X, 05/1993, Volume 66, Issue 6, p. 959
Journal Article
10/2008, Volume 25, Issue 3
[...] Hiddleston's book has the great merit of incorporating into the Djebar corpus the four somewhat neglected novels published during what she labels "the... 
Reviews | Hiddleston, Hiddleston, Jane., Jane | 1936-2015 | Criticism and interpretation | Djebar, Assia | Francophones | Literary translation | English | Theory | War | Novels | Books | French language
Book Review
12/2017, Volume 91, Issue 2, 1
Book Review
by Bellabah, A and Benkirane, A and Ibrahimi, A and Nakhli, A and Sair, A and Nakhli, Abdelwaheb and Essaid, Ae and Blel, Ahlem and Ibrahimi, Ahlem and Lahchaichi, Aicha and Ben Slama, Aida and Ouni, Ala and Amouri, Ali and Jemaa, Ali and Cherif, Amal and Khsiba, Amal and Hssine, Ameni and Djobbi, Amira and Guedich, Arwa and Laabidi, Asma and Mensi, Asma and Ouakaa, Asma and Sriha, Asma and Choukri, Assia and Green, Assia and Belkhamsa, Awatef and Hammami, Aya and Bourigua, Ayda and Filali, Azza and Belabeh, A and Ouakaa, A and Sentissi, A and Ait Errami, A and Nadi, A and Filankembo, A and Lamine, A and Badre, W and Ben Kaab, Badreddine and Ben Slimane, Baha and S, Bahja and Hasnaoui, Bassem and Bouchabou, Bochra and Bouguerra, Chaker and Baccouche, Charfeddine and Ayadi, Chema and Bennasrallah, Cyrine and Benajah, D and Gargouri, Dalila and Zehi, Dhekra and Issaoui, Dhilel and Cherif, Dhouha and Ben Ghachem, Dorra and Trad, Dorra and Bouaiti, El and Boutouria, Elyes and Bel Hadj Mabrouk, Emna and Chalbi, Emna and Aait, Errami and Bouhamou, F and Haddad, F and Lairani, F and Saffar, Farah and Torjmen, Fares and Haj Kacem, Faten and Hamdane, Faten and Chabib, Fatima Zahra and Elrhaoussi, Fatima Zahra and Moumayez, Fatima Zahra and Loukil, Fatma and Ahmed Djouldé Diallo, Fatoumato and Aissaoui, Firas and Ajana, Fz and Chabib, Fz and Hamdoun, Fz and Moumayez, Fz and Hamdane, F and Bennani Kella, G and Bennani, Ghita and Abid, H and Cheikhani, H and Ouazzani, H and Romdhane, H and Seddik, H and Sghir, H and Debbabi, Habiba and Ben Jeddi, Hajer and Garraoui, Hajer and Letaief, Hajer and Kchir, Hala and Elloumi, Hanen and Hammami, Hanen and Jaziri, Hanen and Ben Abdallah, Hatem and Chaabouni, Hatem and Ben Romdhane, Hayfa and Yacoub, Haythem and Ben Jeddi, Hejer and Elloumi, Hela and Gdoura, Hela and Kchir, Hela and ...
La Tunisie medicale, ISSN 0041-4131, 12/2018, Volume 96, Issue 12, pp. 932 - 1007
Journal Article
Audiology and Neurotology, ISSN 1420-3030, 12/2012, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 2
Journal Article
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, ISSN 0021-9630, 07/2013, Volume 54, Issue 7, pp. 707 - 723
Background and scope Solution focused brief therapy (SFBT) is a strengths‐based therapeutic approach, emphasizing the resources that people possess and how... 
young people | systematic review | children | solution oriented | Solution focused brief therapy | brief therapy | BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS | PSYCHIATRY | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | PSYCHOLOGY | IMPACT | YOUTH | OUTCOMES | INTERVENTION | PROGRAM | Romania | Hong Kong | Family (Sociological Unit) | United States | Psychotherapy | United Kingdom | Foreign Countries | Research Methodology | Greece | Outcomes of Treatment | Canada | Sweden | Child Behavior | Norway | Literature Reviews | Children | Counseling Effectiveness | Lithuania | Australia | Korea | Affective Symptoms - diagnosis | Conduct Disorder - diagnosis | Juvenile Delinquency - rehabilitation | Follow-Up Studies | Family Therapy - methods | Psychotherapy, Group - methods | Humans | Juvenile Delinquency - psychology | Male | Secondary Prevention | Aggression - psychology | Conduct Disorder - psychology | Learning Disorders - therapy | Conduct Disorder - therapy | Learning Disorders - psychology | Phobic Disorders - diagnosis | Female | Child | Child Behavior Disorders - psychology | Child Behavior Disorders - diagnosis | Learning Disorders - diagnosis | Phobic Disorders - therapy | Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic | Child Behavior Disorders - therapy | Phobic Disorders - psychology | Self Concept | Affective Symptoms - psychology | Adolescent | Internal-External Control | Psychotherapy, Brief - methods | Affective Symptoms - therapy | Adaptation, Psychological | Families & family life | Systematic review | Behavior disorders | Children & youth
Journal Article
The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, ISSN 0021-9630, 07/2013, Volume 54, Issue 7, pp. 707 - 723
Solution focused brief therapy (SFBT) is a strengths-based therapeutic approach, emphasizing the resources that people possess and how these can be applied to... 
Journal Article
Jerusalem Post, 03/2004
The article also mentions that the particulate matter in the air comes from the quarries, for example around Beit Shemesh. However, I have observed clouds of... 
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