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IBRO Reports, ISSN 2451-8301, 09/2019, Volume 6, pp. S402 - S403
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Frontiers in cellular neuroscience, ISSN 1662-5102, 2016, Volume 10, p. 178
The mammalian olfactory bulb (OB) displays robust activity-dependent plasticity throughout life. Dopaminergic (DA) neurons in the glomerular layer (GL) of the... 
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1995, First edition., An Amanda Valentine mystery, ISBN 1562800817, Volume 3, 207
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The Christian Science monitor (1983), ISSN 0882-7729, 03/1996, Volume 88, Issue 86, p. 1
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The Christian Science monitor (1983), ISSN 0882-7729, 03/1996
The reason: Congress is poised to pass - and President Clinton has promised to sign - a massive $47 billion farm bill that's intended to move US agriculture... 
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1989, 1st ed., Latino literature, ISBN 0941483304, 1 online resource (xiv, 76
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The North American Review, ISSN 0029-2397, 1/1894, Volume 158, Issue 446, pp. 122 - 125
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Journal of Supreme Court History, ISSN 1059-4329, 03/2020, Volume 45, Issue 1, pp. 85 - 103
...Reflecting about a century ago on elections in the United States, James Bryce observed in The American Commonwealth that Europeans “are struck, by the faults... 
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Journal of Supreme Court History, ISSN 1059-4329, 11/2018, Volume 43, Issue 3, pp. 348 - 362
...I. “The fourteenth and fifteenth amendments are in this respect a novelty,” remarked James Bryce as he interrupted a closely reasoned passage about federalism... 
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Journal of Supreme Court History, ISSN 1059-4329, 07/2016, Volume 41, Issue 2, pp. 221 - 239
...Reflecting more than a century ago on elections in the United States, James Bryce observed in The American Commonwealth that Europeans “are struck... 
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Journal of Supreme Court History, ISSN 1059-4329, 11/2010, Volume 35, Issue 3, pp. 267 - 283
Change at the Supreme Court may be most visible and frequent in the progression of statutory and constitutional questions the Justices resolve collectively,... 
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