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An investigation in transplanting
(University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1919)
Milton, the Bible, and misogyny
(University of Missouri Press, 1990)
Gallagher argues against an accepted notion that the works of John Milton show an inclination towards supporting biblical inerrancy and misogyny. Through careful exegesis, Gallagher proposes that Milton's theological ...
The Fountain of living waters : the typology of the waters of life in Herbert, Vaughan, and Traherne
(University of Missouri Press, 1987)
Dickson presents historical viewpoints pertaining to the water of life, exegesis of major Biblical events involving different types of waters of life, and the methods employed by three Christian poets, George Herbert, Henry ...
Latinos in Missouri : connecting research to policy and practice, hoy y mañana (2008)
(University of Missouri Extension, 2008)
History of the Department of Poultry Science, 1967-1985
(College of Agriculture, University of Missouri--Columbia, 1987)
Authority, church, and society in George Herbert : return to the middle way
(University of Missouri Press, 1993)
Hodgkins constructs a portrait of English poet, George Herbert, through his works and personal life. Hodgkins emphasizes the role moderation played in Herbert's religious and political views.
Twenty-five years of extension work in Missouri : with the Annual report for 1939 Agricultural Extension Service, College of Agriculture, University of Missouri
(University of Missouri, College of Agriculture ;|United States Department of Agriculture,, 1940)
"Established primarily to convey to the people of the open country the scientific information accumulated through the state and federal research, the Agricultural Extension Service in the last quarter-century has done all ...
Ideology and economics; U.S. relations with the Soviet Union, 1918-1933
(University of Missouri Press, 1974)
Hoff discusses the conmplications and contradictions between the political ideologies and economic interests of American administrations in regard to relations with the Soviet Union following World War I.
Heat transmission thru boiler tubes
(University of Missouri, 1916)