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    The cable TV news industry at 30 years: time to change the model that changed broadcast news?
    Cafe, culture, and community : re-establishing a sense of place in Little Havana's Calle Ocho
    Un cajón vacío es inimaginable. efectos del poder y la censura en la cultura cubana del período de la revolución
    Calculating information leakage using model checking tools
    Calibration of VISSIM and QuickZone programs for work zone traffic impact analysis
    Call timing interactions, aggressive behavior, and the role of acoustic cues in chorus formation in treefrogs
    Calling the shots in negotiations: the effects of self-efficacy, cognitive style, goal orientation, information about past performance, and opponents' behavior on negotiators' risk taking
    Campus climate for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer undergraduate students at the University of Missouri: a qualitative study
    Campus recreation directors' leadership to provide professional assistance to help students obtain professional and graduate assistant positions
    Can 16-month-old infants make transitive inferences?
    Can money buy health?: foreign aid, changes in aid, and the impact of human health in sub-Saharan Africa
    Can public relations professionals help span the boundaries between scientists and journalists, and does this function help increase accuracy of news articles about public health?
    Can sixteen month old infants make transitive inferences?
    Can the focus of attention accommodate multiple, separate items?
    Can trust substitute for quality institutions to promote economic growth?
    Can women really have it all?: a textual analysis of the portrayal of mothers in Good housekeeping, Woman's day, and Family circle
    Canine pharmacodynamic assays: applications in immune-mediated disease
    Canine T-regulatory cells in aging and cancer: quantifying a unique T cell subset
    The canvas as her stage: Emma Hamilton's use of her attitudes in portraiture
    Capitular morphology in primates and fossils: 3-D measurements of the capitulum and possible implications for reconstructing locomotor adaptations in fossil primates