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    Public relations among Christian, multi-national, non-profit organizations in Europe [1]
    Public school superintendents and the perceived impact of ethics training, professional experience and professional codes of ethics on ethical decision making : a multiple case study [1]
    Public schools in crisis: a content analysis of news framing since No Child Left Behind [1]
    The publishing empire of Bernarr Macfadden [1]
    Puffing of okara/rice blends using a rice cake machine [1]
    The pulpits and the damned witchcraft in German postils, 1520-1615 [1]
    Punishment and social structure: reactionary Bourbonism and the social origins of Progressive Era death penalty reinstatment [1]
    Puns in Plautus [1]
    Pupillary Light Reflex Deficits in a Canine Model of Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis and the Effects of Enzyme Replacement Therapy [1]
    Pupillary light reflex in children with autism spectrum disorders [1]
    The pure milk problem of the small town. A survey and movement for improving the milk supply of St. Charles, MO. [1]
    Pure place constructions in Vergil's Aeneid, books I-VI [1]
    Purification and characterization of A[beta] and probing the interactions between myricetin and A[beta] using various spectroscopic methods [1]
    Putting the best news forward: the influence of pressure to be a community booster on community newspaper gatekeepers [1]
    Putting theory to practice : a quasi-experimental test of a new model for experiential teaching and a case study in broadcast journalism education [1]
    A qualitative analysis of elementary teachers' perceptions about the impact of the IPI process on classroom practices [1]
    A qualitative analysis of strengths and liabilities of former journalists in public relations roles [1]
    Qualitative analysis of the impact of a mass shooting on a broadcast journalist [1]
    A qualitative and quantitative study examining effects of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) on physical and psychological well-being among breast cancer survivors [1]
    A qualitative bounded case study on teacher and administrator perceptions of students' adverse childhood experiences in rural, northwest Missouri elementary school [1]