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    Khul : Local Contours of a Global Phenomenon 

    Sonneveld, Nadia; Stiles, Erin (Islamic Law and Society, 2019)
    This special issue of Islamic Law and Society takes a close look at contemporary manifestations of an Islamic divorce procedure known as khul. Studying khul. is not an easy matter, in large part because it is not exactly ...
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    Tooth Crown Morphology in Turner and Klinefelter Syndrome Individuals from a Croatian Sample 

    Maier, Christopher; Dumancic, Jelena; Brkic, Hrvoje; Kaic, Zvonimir; Pavicin, Ivana Savic; Poje, Zvonko; Scott, G. Richard (Acta Stomatologica Croatica, 2019)
    Turner syndrome (TS) and Klinefelter syndrome (KS) represent the two most common X chromosome aneuploidies, each associated with systemic disruptions to growth and development. Effects of these conditions on tooth crown ...
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    Incorporating Archaeological Resources in Landscape-Level Planning and Management 

    Doelle, William H.; Barker, Pat; Cushman, David; Heilen, Michael; Herhahn, Cynthia; Rieth, Christina (Advances in Archaeological Practice, 2016)
    The increasing importance of landscape-scale research and preservation goals within the archaeological profession coincides with expanded threats to the archaeological record through massive energy exploration and ...
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    Reconceptualising Water Quality Governance to Incorporate Knowledge and Values: Case studies from Australian and Brazilian Indigenous Communities 

    Berry, Kate A.; Jackson, Sue; Saito, Laurel; Forline, Louis (2018)
    This paper examines the significance of knowledge and values for water quality and its governance. Modernist approaches to the governance of water quality in rivers and lakes need to be reconceptualised and overhauled. The ...
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    Strategies for C-14 Dating the Oxtotitlan Cave Paintings, Guerrero, Mexicofor C-14 Dating the Oxtotitlan Cave Paintings, Guerrero, Mexico 

    Russ, Jon; Pohl, Mary D.; von Nagy, Christopher L.; Steelman, Karen L.; Hurst, Heather; Ashby, Leonard; Schmidt, Paul; Padilla Gutierrez, Eliseo F.; Rowe, Marvin W. (Advances in Archaeological Practice, 2017)
    Oxtotitlan Cave paintings have been considered among the earliest in Mesoamerica on stylistic grounds, but confirmation of this hypothesis through absolute dating has not been attempted until now. We describe the application ...
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    The geometrical precision of virtual bone models derived from clinical computed tomography data for forensic anthropology 

    Colman, Kerri L.; Dobbe, Johannes G. G.; Stull, Kyra E.; Ruijter, Jan M.; Oostra, Roelof-Jan; van Rijn, Rick R.; van der Merwe, Alie E.; de Boer, Hans H.; Streekstra, Geert J. (International Journal of Legal Medicine, 2017)
    Almost all European countries lack contemporary skeletal collections for the development and validation of forensic anthropological methods. Furthermore, legal, ethical and practical considerations hinder the development ...
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    Return to Fort Rock Cave: Assessing the Site's Potential to Contribute 

    Connolly, Thomas J.; Finley, Judson Byrd; Smith, Geoffrey M.; Jenkins, Dennis L.; Endzweig, Pamela E.; O'Neill, Brian L.; Baxter, Paul W. (American Antiquity, 2017)
    Oregon's Fort Rock Cave is iconic in respect to both the archaeology of the northern Great Basin and the history of debate about when the Great Basin was colonized. In 1938, Luther Cressman recovered dozens of sagebrush ...
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    Environmental selection during the last ice age on the mother-to-infant transmission of vitamin D and fatty acids through breast milk 

    Hlusko, Leslea J.; Carlson, Joshua P.; Chaplin, George; Elias, Scott A.; Hoffecker, John F.; Huffman, Michaela; Jablonski, Nina G; Monson, Tesla A.; O'Rourke, Dennis H.; Pilloud, Marin A.; Scott, G. Richard (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2018)
    Because of the ubiquitous adaptability of our material culture, some human populations have occupied extreme environments that intensified selection on existing genomic variation. By 32,000 years ago, people were living ...
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    Paleonutrition 

    Hockett, Bryan (5/9/2011)
    Review of Paleonutrition. Mark Q. Sutton, Kristin D. Sobolik, and Jill Gardner. 2010. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. Pp. 384, black?and-white illustrations. $75.00 (hardback). ISBN 9780816527946.