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New Releases from McGraw-Hill SOCIAL PROBLEMS (Second Edition). John J. Macionis. Pearson-Prentice Hall. This highly readable text designed for undergraduate students openly advocates a social-constructionist approach to the study of … Continue reading

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New Releases from McGraw-Hill DUBLINERS. Edited by Andrew Thacker. Palgrave. Hugh Kenner, perhaps the definitive Joycean scholar, recounts in his Dublin’s Joyce that one of the great novelist’s pupils recalls him dreamily … Continue reading

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New Releases from McGraw-Hill THE BEDFORD GUIDE FOR COLLEGE WRITERS. Reader/Research Manual/Handbook. Eighth Edition. X.J. Kennedy. Dorothy M. Kennedy. Marcia F, Muth. Bedford’s/St. Martin’s. This text marks an obvious extension … Continue reading

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New Releases from McGraw-Hill EDITOR’S NOTE: For a comprehensive library resource that brings the best general and academic reference sites together in one place, go to libraryspot.com. Yale University Press THE … Continue reading

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New Releases from Cengage New Releases from McGraw-Hill New Releases from Thomson-Delmar New Releases from Wiley Revisiting  Jahangir Moini’s The Pharmacy Technician THE PHARMACY TECHNICIAN. A Comprehensive Approach. Third Edition. Jahangir Moini. … Continue reading

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New Releases from Elsevier New Releases from McGraw-Hill New Releases from Wiley New Titles In Oncology From Elsevier THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF CANCER.  4th Edition. John Mendelsohn. Peter Howley. Mark … Continue reading

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Snapshot On Medicine: Interviews With University of California San Francisco Cardiologists Kanu Chatterjee & Teresa De Marco Remarks On Medicine: Salute To Doctor Kanu Chatterjee New Releases from Elsevier New … Continue reading

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John Aiello On The Textbook Debate New Releases From Cengage New This Term From Elsevier New Releases from Informa: The Informa Healthcare Model New Releases from McGraw-Hill New Releases from Saunders … Continue reading

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New Releases from McGraw-Hill THE NEUROLOGICAL BASIS OF PAIN. Marco Pappagallo. McGraw-Hill. Synopsis: Dr. Pappagallo (Director of the Division of Chronic Pain at Beth Israel Medical Center) has fashioned the authoritative text … Continue reading

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