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The description of the plough in the Kṛṣiparāśara has been a puzzle for generations of Sanskrit philologists. What especially pained me was the disfunctional character of this description: among the eight essential parts the ploughshare was missing. The turning up of an until now unknown manuscript from The Library of Congress has brought a basic change: it contains the expected reading phālikā “ploughshare” for pāśikā an otherwise meaningful term “rope” that could have been adjusted to the context only by rather strained explanations.The present paper throws light on the problems concerned in the textual tradition and offers a solution.

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Der Aufsatz gibt Überblick über den Briefwechsel Arnold Schönbergs mit dem sowjetischen Komponisten und Musikschriftsteller Alexander Weprik. Einige von den in The Library of Congress aufbewahrten und in die Zeit zwischen 1925 und 1927 fallenden Briefen sind erstmals veröffentlicht. Diese Publikation ermöglicht es, einen Einblick in das nicht zur Ausführung gekommene Vorhaben Schönbergs zu gewinnen, 1925 nach Moskau zu übersiedeln, um dort ein neues musikalisches Institut zu gründen und am Moskauer Konservatorium russische Studenten in Komposition zu unterrichten.

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By applying of Bradford's law to analysis of the source documents and their references by classification systems researchers in the world, this paper presents core authors of the field during the period 1981–1990. The findings show that 1) core authors of the international classification systems literature are the Library of Congress, M. Dewey, S. Ranganathan, J. Comaromi, A. Neelameghan, L. Chan and K. Markey; 2) the highly cited authors are linked either to the developers of the classification systems or to a research center, or else they authored the most frequently cited books; and 3) the data confirms to Bradford's law and the unusual rising tail of Bradford distribution is appeared and explained.

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Prospects for reform and community-based operations in Hungarian law enforcement

A reform és a közösség alapú rendészet kilátásai a mai magyar rendőrségen

Scientia et Securitas
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Árpád Budavári

, National Institute of Justice, Retrieved from the Library of Congress, 2001. 2 Budavári Á. (2022) A közösségitől az absztrakt rendészetig: 20 éves

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1997 93 77 97 Solsten, E. — Meditz, S.W. (ed.) (1998): Finland: A Country Study . Washington: GPO for the Library of

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figures in the patronage of music in the twentieth century. 56 On the one hand, through a public and transparent organization, the Coolidge Foundation, which operated within the Music Division of the Library of Congress in Washington, she commissioned

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alternative spellings. Highly cited sources were identified and the two hundred most cited monographs were manually indexed using the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) in the Library of Congress catalogue. When several editions were indexed in the

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sample data into 30 disciplines (see Appendix ). The classification numbers were obtained by searching the Library of Congress Online Catalog for the titles of books and journals contained in references. Since Research Evaluation and

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Journal of the Library of Congress . Vol. 24 No 4, 286–308. 3 Kerényi, Ferenc (2001): Színháztörténet / History of the Theatre (1867–1920). In: Kettős kötődés. Az Osztrák–Magyar Monarchia (1867 – 1918) . Budapest: Enciklopédia Humana Association. 4 On the

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some years the order among them changes. In previous studies, these environments were studied both in terms of subject headings in the catalogue of the Library of Congress for validation purposes (Leydesdorff and Bensman 2006 ) and in terms of their

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