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Of the 5,659 RCTs included in 698 meta-analyses, 93.7 and 6.3 percent were published as journal articles and unpublished, respectively.
In the 'Best Text' category, the shortlisted books are: The Unseen by Amal Farah, illustrated by Osama Abou El Ella and published by Shagara publishing house (Egypt); My Mother is a Gorilla and My Father is an Elephant by Dr.
Will the formats available be accessible to the audience for whom the book is being published?
for the best poem or group of poems published in Prairie Schooner in 2013
Then, one day before the release of Harris' latter title, Bantam Books published The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins in both hardcover and audio format.
This self-publishing service provider offers authors access to comprehensive, high-quality editorial services to ensure that titles meet the basic requirements of a professionally published book.
First in the region to operate a "blog" Web site for daily headlines archiving, we also expect to air our first "podcast" by the time this article is published.
Don't Make a Black Woman Take Off Her Earrings was published by Putnam/Riverhead Books right after the release of Perry's second film, Madea's Family Reunion, in February.
Most major American newspapers, including The New York Times, have not run the cartoons, which were first published to little notice in a Danish newspaper last September.
Research findings can now be published by anyone on the Web, but electronic journals are needed to provide scientific and scholarly filtration.
Rose is the man who published the dirty dozen cartoons of Mohammed, one of them featuring his turban shaped like a bomb, that sent Muslims everywhere into February's fine fury.
Way back in the day when the pickings were slimmer than slim, maybe, just maybe, enjoying a book like The Five Chinese Brothers (first published in 1938) was alright.