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comments, and the loan of his books. I would like to thank Ágnes Tóvizi for her productive consultation, and for her assistance in arranging for me to view the original Gradual. I thank Ferenc Földesi, head of the Department of Manuscripts at the National

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ortodoxia története Magyarországon a XVIII. századig . Szeged, 1995. 77–83. Кочиш 1999–2001 = The Szeged Minea . A Cyrillic Manuscript from the Late 16th Century . A text edition by Mihály Kocsis. (Bibliotheca Slavica Savariensis

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-magyar kéziszótár [Mongolian-Hungarian Hand-Dictionary] Kara, G. (2000): The Mongol and Manchu Manuscripts and Blockprints in the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Described by G. Kara

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of the manuscripts and commentaries of KA are taken from the introduction to this edition. Kal’ianov, V. I. (ed.) (1959): Arthashastra ili nauka politiki . Moskva-Leningrad. Kangle, R. P

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. Toronto, Bergendal Collection of Manuscripts and Incunables, Bergendal 40 (Augsburg-salzburgi műhely?) 1481 előtt (?). Melk, Stiftsbibliothek, P 132, (Bamberg, Johann Seisenschmidt, illuminálás: Nürnberg) 1481 körül. Graz, UB UB Cod 131, (Bämler

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. Iskhakov, D. M.: Čora Batir: problema ličnosti i mesta v feodal’noj ierarkhii tiurko-tatarskikh obščestv. (Manuscript.) Ivanics, M. (1994): A Krími Kánság a tizenöt éves háborúban . Budapest. (Kőrösi Csoma Kiskönyvtár, 22

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Editors of peer-reviewed journals obtain recommendations from peer reviewers as guidance in deciding upon the suitability of a submitted manuscript for publication. To investigate whether the number of reviewers used by an editor affects the rate at which manuscripts are rejected, 500 manuscripts submitted to Monthly Weather Review during 15.5 months in 2007–2008 were examined. Two and three reviewers were used for 306 and 155 manuscripts, respectively (92.2% of all manuscripts). Rejection rates for initial decisions and final decisions were not significantly different whether two or three reviewers were used. Manuscripts with more reviewers did not spend more rounds in review or have different rejection rates at each round. The results varied by editor, however, with some editors rejecting more two-reviewer manuscripts and others rejecting more three-reviewer manuscripts. Editors described using their scientific expertise in the decision-making process, either in determining the number of reviews to be sought or in making decisions once the reviews were received, approaches that differ from that of relying purely upon reviewer agreement as reported previously in the literature. A simple model is constructed for three decision-making strategies for editors: rejection when all reviewers recommend rejection, rejection when any reviewer recommends rejection, and rejection when a majority of reviewers recommend rejection. By plotting the probability of reviewer rejection against the probability of editor rejection, the decision-making process can be graphically illustrated, demonstrating that, for this dataset, editors are likely to reject a manuscript when any reviewer recommends rejection.

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Culture and the Darwinian Renaissance in the social sciences and humanities

For a special issue of the Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, “The Darwinian Renaissance in the Social Sciences and Humanities”

Journal of Evolutionary Psychology
Author: Alex Mesoudi

Manuscript evolution Trends in Genetics 17 147 152 . T. Kameda D

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The fragment we are publishing here is preserved in the Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage (the former China Institute of Cultural Relics). It is the 53rd leaf of an Uigur manuscript that contains the beginning of an unknown commentary to the Yuanjue jing. Other leaves of the same manuscript of the Hedin Collection in Stockholm were studied by K. Kudara in 1992.

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Απολογητέον: The author defends the conservatism of his edition of Horace against his critics by proving that his reading of the manuscript texts is correct. In his opinion we should believe (πειστέον) the manuscripts, and should follow and explain, rather than modify their texts.

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