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2017, 1st ed. 2017, New directions in book history, ISBN 9783319533650, xiii, 305 pages
This book presents and explores a challenging new approach in book history. It offers a coherent volume of thirteen chapters in the field of early modern book... 
Book industries and trade | History | Books and reading | Europe
Book
2013, Library of the written word, ISBN 9789004253056, Volume 22, xvi, 328 p., [8] p. of col. plates
This collection explores the surprising ways by which cheap print moved across Europe, focussing on Italy, the Netherlands and Britain. Looking at pedlars,... 
Printing | Publishers and publishing | Book industries and trade | History | European newspapers | Popular literature | Europe, Western
Book
BMGN - Low Countries Historical Review, ISSN 0165-0505, 03/2016, Volume 131, Issue 1
Journal Article
Spiegel der Letteren, ISSN 0038-7479, 2017, Volume 59, Issue 2-3, pp. 291 - 319
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Spiegel der Letteren: Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Literatuurgeschiedenis en voor Literatuurwetenschap, ISSN 1783-1776, 2017, Volume 59, Issue 2-3, p. 291
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The Lancet Neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 2017, Volume 16, Issue 9, pp. 701 - 711
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Renaissance Studies, ISSN 0269-1213, 02/2019, Volume 33, Issue 1, pp. 119 - 135
This article discusses opposing representations of the Dutch ballad singer as political rebel versus entertainer and performer. It reveals how these... 
MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE STUDIES | Renaissance | 1500-1599 | booksellers | ballad | street performers | Netherlandic literature | poetry | Singers | Subversive activities | Ballads | Street performances | Politics | Propaganda | Reputations | Public opinion | 17th century
Journal Article
by Wilson, Duncan and Ambler, Gareth and Lee, Keon-Joo and Lim, Jae-Sung and Shiozawa, Masayuki and Koga, Masatoshi and Li, Linxin and Lovelock, Caroline and Chabriat, Hugues and Hennerici, Michael and Wong, Yuen Kwun and Mak, Henry Ka Fung and Prats-Sánchez, Luis and Martínez-Domeño, Alejandro and Inamura, Shigeru and Yoshifuji, Kazuhisa and Arsava, Ethem Murat and Horstmann, Solveig and Purrucker, Jan and Lam, Bonnie Yin Ka and Wong, Adrian and Kim, Young Dae and Song, Tae-Jin and Schrooten, Maarten and Lemmens, Robin and Eppinger, Sebastian and Gattringer, Thomas and Uysal, Ender and Tanriverdi, Zeynep and Bornstein, Natan M and Assayag, Einor Ben and Hallevi, Hen and Tanaka, Jun and Hara, Hideo and Coutts, Shelagh B and Hert, Lisa and Polymeris, Alexandros and Seiffge, David J and Lyrer, Philippe and Algra, Ale and Kappelle, Jaap and Al-Shahi Salman, Rustam and Jäger, Hans R and Lip, Gregory Y H and Mattle, Heinrich P and Panos, Leonidas D and Mas, Jean-Louis and Legrand, Laurence and Karayiannis, Christopher and Phan, Thanh and Gunkel, Sarah and Christ, Nicolas and Abrigo, Jill and Leung, Thomas and Chu, Winnie and Chappell, Francesca and Makin, Stephen and Hayden, Derek and Williams, David J and Kooi, M Eline and van Dam-Nolen, Dianne H K and Barbato, Carmen and Browning, Simone and Wiegertjes, Kim and Tuladhar, Anil M and Maaijwee, Noortje and Guevarra, Christine and Yatawara, Chathuri and Mendyk, Anne-Marie and Delmaire, Christine and Köhler, Sebastian and van Oostenbrugge, Robert and Zhou, Ying and Xu, Chao and Hilal, Saima and Gyanwali, Bibek and Chen, Christopher and Lou, Min and Staals, Julie and Bordet, Régis and Kandiah, Nagaendran and de Leeuw, Frank-Erik and Simister, Robert and van der Lugt, Aad and Kelly, Peter J and Wardlaw, Joanna M and Soo, Yannie and Fluri, Felix and Srikanth, Velandai and Calvet, David and Jung, Simon and Kwa, Vincent I H and Engelter, Stefan T and Peters, Nils and Smith, Eric E and Yakushiji, Yusuke and Orken, Dilek Necioglu and Fazekas, Franz and Thijs, Vincent and Heo, Ji Hoe and ... and Microbleeds International Collaborative Network and Microbleeds Int Collaborative Net
The Lancet Neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 07/2019, Volume 18, Issue 7, pp. 653 - 665
Cerebral microbleeds are a neuroimaging biomarker of stroke risk. A crucial clinical question is whether cerebral microbleeds indicate patients with recent... 
SMALL VESSEL DISEASE | DEMENTIA | WARFARIN | AMYLOID ANGIOPATHY | T2-ASTERISK-WEIGHTED MR-IMAGES | INTRACEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE | RECURRENT STROKE | CHINESE PATIENTS | ASSOCIATION | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | ATRIAL-FIBRILLATION | Drugs | Studies | Neuroimaging | Anticoagulants | Stroke | Transient ischemic attack | Magnetic resonance imaging | Collaboration | Bias | Patients | Hemorrhage | Magnetic susceptibility
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by Dichgans, Martin and Wardlaw, Joanna and Smith, Eric and Zietemann, Vera and Seshadri, Sudha and Sachdev, Perminder and Biessels, Geert Jan and Fazekas, Franz and Benavente, Oscar and Pantoni, Leonardo and De Leeuw, Frank-Erik and Norrving, Bo and Matthews, Paul and Chen, Christopher and Mok, Vincent and Düring, Marco and Whiteley, Will and Shuler, Kirsten and Alonso, Alvaro and Black, Sandra E and Brayne, Carol and Chabriat, Hugues and Cordonnier, Charlotte and Doubal, Fergus and Duzel, Emrah and Ewers, Michael and Frayne, Richard and Hachinski, Vladimir and Ikram, Mohammad Arfan and Jessen, Frank and Jouvent, Eric and Linn, Jennifer and O'Brien, John and van Oostenbrugge, Robert and Malik, Rainer and Mazoyer, Bernard and Schmidt, Reinhold and Sposato, Luciano A and Stephan, Blossom and Swartz, Richard H and Vernooij, Meike and Viswanathan, Anand and Werring, David and Abe, Koji and Allan, Louise and Arba, Francesco and Diener, H.-C and Davis, S and Hankey, G and Lees, K.R and Ovbiagele, B and Weir, C and Bae, Hee-Joon and Bath, Philip MW and Bordet, Regis and Breteler, Monique and Choi, Seong and Deary, Ian and DeCarli, Charles and Ebmeier, Klaus and Feng, Lei and Greenberg, Steven M and Ihara, Masafumi and Kalaria, Rajesh and Kim, SanYun and Lim, Jae-Sung and Lindley, Richard I and Mead, Gillian and Murray, Alison and Quinn, Terry and Ritchie, Craig and Sacco, Ralph and Al-Shahi Salman, Rustam and Sprigg, Nikola and Sudlow, Cathie and Thomas, Alan and van Boxtel, Martin and van der Grond, Jeroen and van der Lugt, Aad and Yang, Yuan-Han and METACOHORTS Consortium and VISTA Collaboration and METACOHORTS Consortiums and METACOHORTS Consortium. Electronic address: joanna.wardlaw@ed.ac.uk
Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association, ISSN 1552-5260, 2016, Volume 12, Issue 12, pp. 1235 - 1249
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Quærendo, ISSN 0014-9527, 2012, Volume 42, Issue 2, pp. 134 - 157
Abstract This article explores the possibilities of using the concept of Grub Street for the literary underground in eighteenth-century Amsterdam. The... 
Dutch literary underground | Amsterdam | Grub Street
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