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    The island belonged to them : slave provisioning and empire in the British West Indies, 1679-1833
    The isolation of Western society from the revelations of nature
    Isolation, characterization, and diagnosis of murine noroviruses, a newly recognized pathogen of mice
    Isotope harvesting from the beam dump cooling loop at the facility for rare isotope beams (FRIB)
    It doesn't make any sense : self and strategies among college students with learning disabilities
    It gets better? : gay teen bullying and suicide
    "It is a hell for one" : "psychotic depression" and suicide in David Foster Wallace's Infinite jest
    "It is Deirdre you mourn for" : the third-person narration of Deirdre McCloskey's Crossing : a memoir
    It is what you know : changes in the structure and role of entrepreneur networks in an industry over time
    'It shouldn't have to be this way' : a focus group analysis of rape myths in Clery act timely warnings
    It takes a village: Twentieth Century black women's fiction and the spiritual apprenticeship narrative
    It was all black and white and there was nothing in between: Latin@ identity negotiation in the Midwest
    It will rain if god wills it : local perceptions of climate change in the Futa Tooro of northern Senegal
    It's a jungle out there : myoblasts, matrix, and MMPs.
    "It's about just staying focused" : how African American gay and bisexual men persist at a predominately white institution
    It's about time : temporality in magazine feature stories
    It's all in the face : an examination of attitudes and self perceptions of viewers after being exposed to pictures of fat women in the media
    It's bigger that hip hop: popular rap music and the politics of the hip hop generation
    It's elementary my dear Watson
    "It's gonna be some drama!" : a content analytical study of the portrayals of African Americans and historically black colleges and universities on BET's College Hill