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Measuring Lexical Style and Competence: The Type-Token Vocabulary Curve
(Northern Illinois University, 1990)
A personal computer is used to analyze samples from literary texts by thirteen different authors, including passages from Genesis, Hemingway, Longfellow, Jane Austen, Henry James, George Eliot, James Joyce, and Basic ...
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1995)
"A straight-talking scientist, Dr. Jerry Atwood, a native of Willard, Mo., explains why basic research is important to Missouri, the nation and the world."--Table of contents for issue.
Role and scope : what it means for UMC
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1973)
"In May, the curators approved the first three parts of a new role and scope document, entitled 'the University of Missouri: its future,' minus the geographical decisions."--Page 14
Economic Calculation and the Limits of Organization
(Ludwig Von Mises Institute, 1996)
This paper highlights some distinctive Austrian contributions to the theory of the firm, contributions that have been largely neglected, both inside and outside the Austrian literature. In particular, Mises's concept of ...
The college of tomorrow
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1962)
"Who will go to college--and where? What will they find? Who will teach them? Will they graduate? What will college have done for them? Who will pay--and how?"--Page 11
William Grant Still: His Life and Works
This paper gives a bibliography of William Grant Still (1895-1978) and includes discussions of his works, quotes from the composer, and reception history.
Quasielastic neutron scattering and molecular dynamics simulation studies of the melting transition in butane and hexane monolayers adsorbed on graphite
(American Institute of Physics, 1997)
on butane and hexane monolayers adsorbed on an exfoliated graphite substrate. For butane, quasielastic scattering broader than the experimental energy resolution width of 70 [mu]eV appears abruptly at the monolayer melting point of Tm = 116 K, whereas...
American higher education 1958 : its pressing problems and needs are exceeded only by its opportunities
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1958)
"This is a special report. It is published because the time has come for colleges and universities--and their alumni--to recognize and act upon some extraordinary challenges and opportunities."--Page 7
Entrepreneurship and Corporate Governance
(Transaction Publishers, 1999)
In this article, I focus on the financial-market entrepreneur—what Rothbard (1962, 1985) calls the capitalist-entrepreneur— to outline some features of an Austrian theory of corporate governance. I begin by reviewing the ...
A Cello Student's Introduction to Cellist-Composers: Eleven Composers of Cello Methods
One should study cello history to develop an appreciation of the past, an understanding of the present, and perhaps an insight into the future. The realization of how we fit into the stream of creativity sparked by previous ...
Piano Concerto, Opus 39—Ferruccio Busoni: A Study of the Stylistic Trends in Art and Music from 1850-1925 and Their Influence on Busoni's Compositional Techniques
This paper details the artistic endeavors of the late Romantic and Neo-Classical periods and the influence of other composers, such as Liszt and Wagner, on Busoni. The second half of the paper is dedicated to exploring the ...
Annotated bibliography 1986-1990