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M OREAU , J. (2003) Schoolbook Nation: Conflicts over American History Textbooks from the Civil War to the Present . University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor P ENN , W., D UNN , M. M., D UNN , R. S., B RONNER

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Kastritsis, Dimitris J. (2007b): The Sons of Bayezid: Empire Building and Representation in the Ottoman Civil War of 1402–1413 . Leiden, Brill. Kastritsis D. J

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Kaltman, S. (2002): Self-enhancement as a buffer against extreme adversity: Civil war in Bosnia and traumatic loss in the United States. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin , 28, 184-196. Self-enhancement as a buffer

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, J. ( 2000 ): The Algerian Civil War . New York : Columbia University Press . Meyersson , E. – Olofsgard , A. – Roine , J. ( 2011 ): Transition All Over? Lessons from

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East beyond repair. Antiochus’ defeat not only guaranteed another civil war in Syria, but also, it was a major statement of Parthian power. 1 The Seleucids never again acted as world leaders, and even their hegemony along the Eastern Mediterranean

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. Meron , Theodor , War Crimes Law Comes of Age. Essays (Oxford University Press 1998 ). Nier III , Charles Lewis , ‘ The Yugoslavian Civil War

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definition. Annals of Internal Medicine , 108: 387—389. Hyams, K. C., Wignall, F. S. Roswell, R. (1996): War syndromes and their evaluation: from US Civil War to the Persian Gulf War. Annals of Internal Medicine , 125: 398

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Hans Kollenda, Hagen Frickmann, Rania Ben Helal, Dorothea Franziska Wiemer, Habiba Naija, Mohamed Sélim El Asli, Melanie Egold, Joachim Jakob Bugert, Susann Handrick, Roman Wölfel, Farouk Barguellil, and Mohamed Ben Moussa

on multidrug-resistance in Gram-negative bacteria in patients from war- and crisis-haunted neighboring Libya [ 1 , 4 – 18 ], the resistance problem in Tunisia started much earlier than the Libyan civil war. As early as in the late 90s of the last

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of the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939). All these factors account for the falling slope, indicating a clear state of involution. Three theses were submitted in 1937, one in 1938 and seven in 1939. These events lend support to the hypothesis that

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Hagen Frickmann, Thomas Köller, Ralf Matthias Hagen, Klaus-Peter Ebert, Martin Müller, Werner Wenzel, Renate Gatzer, Ulrich Schotte, Alfred Binder, Romy Skusa, Philipp Warnke, Andreas Podbielski, Christian Rückert, and Bernd Kreikemeyer

colonization rates with multidrug-resistant bacteria were also identified in Syrian civilians who were treated at Israeli hospitals after fleeing the Syrian civil war [ 2 ]. Similar experience was found with Syrian refugees in German hospitals [ 3 – 5

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