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. Fujieda Akira (2005) (ed.): Torufan shutsudo Butten no kenkyū: Kōshō zan’ei shakuroku トルファン出土仏典の研究-高昌殘影釈錄 (A study of Buddhist manuscripts discovered in Turfan). Kyoto. Funayama Toru 船山徹 (2006): Masquerading as Translation

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Az Akadémiai Kiadó régi törekvése vált valóra az online kézirat-benyújtási program beindulásával. A szerkesztőségi munkát olyan modern, online rendszerrel szeretnénk segíteni, amely a szerkesztőség munkáját különösen a lektoráltatási (peer-rewiev) szakaszban támogatja. A piaci kínálatból azt a szolgáltatót igyekeztünk kiválasztani, amelyik a legkönnyebben használható megoldást ajánlja, s a legtöbb segítséget nyújtja a felhasználóknak a rendszer használata közben. Ezen rövid írás célja a rendszer bemutatása, a lehetőségek felvillantása.

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Using the data of a comprehensive evaluation study on the peer review process of Angewandte Chemie International Edition (AC-IE), we examined in this study the way in which referees’ comments differ on manuscripts rejected at AC-IE and later published in either a low-impact journal (Tetrahedron Letters, n = 54) or a high-impact journal (Journal of the American Chemical Society, n = 42). For this purpose, a content analysis was performed of comments which led to the rejection of the manuscripts at AC-IE. For the content analysis, a classification scheme with thematic areas developed by Bornmann et al. (<cite>2008</cite>) was used. As the results of the analysis demonstrate, a large number of negative comments from referees in the areas “Relevance of contribution” and “Design/Conception” are clear signs that a manuscript rejected at AC-IE will not be published later in a high-impact journal. The number of negative statements in the areas “Writing/Presentation,” “Discussion of results,” “Method/Statistics,” and “Reference to the literature and documentation,” on the other hand, had no statistically significant influence on the probability that a rejected manuscript would later be published in a low- or high-impact journal. The results of this study have various implications for authors, journal editors and referees.

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The analysis of three small hieratic papyrus fragments coming from a secondary burial place (Tomb B) in the outer courtyard of TT 32 shows that the otherwise rare custom of attaching the papyrus to the outer surfaces of mummy linen via a resinous substance was not only occurring in Ptolemaic Akhmim but is thus attested in Thebes too.

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Emendations are offered upon Lucr. 2. 601, 3. 594 and 3. 1042.

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