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    Walk detection using pulse-Doppler radar [1]
    Walking over 'em: associations between emotion dysregulation, masculine norms, intimate partner abuse and interpersonal functioning [1]
    War So Terrible: The Informal Theory of Interstate Warfare and the Determinants of Interstate War Outcomes [1]
    War, what is it good for? Absolutely something: a large N study of conflict efficacy [1]
    Waterbird use and food availability on wetland reserve program easements enrolled in the migratory bird habitat initiative [1]
    Waterproof dress: an exploration of development and design from 1880 through 1895 [1]
    Watershed-sediment-biotic linkages in small streams of Missouri's Osage River Basin [1]
    We are all dealers in used furniture [1]
    We go back: antimodernism in the early Catholic Worker Movement [1]
    We have chosen a few things from among many: the adaptations and suitability of nuns' rules in Merovingian Gaul [1]
    “We have such a normal, non-accented voice: a sociophonetic study of English in Kansas City [1]
    "We pay the devil rent for living in hell, 'cause the projects was built on the spot where Lucifer fell": theorizing Richard Wright's Native son and Iceberg Slim's Pimp as urban neo-slave narratives [1]
    We shall see God face to face: crossroads in Augustine's journey of the soul [1]
    We're not living together: informal cohabitation in emerging adults [1]
    Wealth accumulation differences between wage-earning and entrepreneurial families: the role of active saving behavior [1]
    Wearable lip-based electrotactile display: feasibility study, modeling, and system design [1]
    Web analytics, social media, and the journalistic doxa : the impact of audience feedback on the evolving gatekeeping process [1]
    Web based nursing home information system: needs, benefits, and success in providing efficient care at long term care facilities [1]
    Webpage rank using Bayes' rule and connected components [1]
    Webs of intimacy and influence: unraveling writing culture at Harper's magazine during the Willie Morris years (1967-1971) [1]