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Evil, Sexuality and Disease in Grunewald's Body of Christ
Eugene A. Monick
0882143565
August 1993
Paperback
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Proteus Echo
Mather Byles
0820114200
October 1987
Hardcover
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Ballads of Books
Brander Matthews (Editor)
0896090892
June 1978
Hardcover
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Composite Materials: Engineering and Science
F. L. Matthews
084930251X
September 1999
Textbook Paperback
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Book Description
As composite materials have become more prominent in engineering, there has been an increasing need for a wide-ranging introductory text on the subject. The purpose of this book is to provide a basic understanding of the underlying science and the engineering applications of composite materials. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.


German Paintings of the Fifteenth through Seventeenth Centuries
John Oliver O. Hand
0894681885
December 1993
Hardcover
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Book Description
This volume documents the collection of early German paintings in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., which includes outstanding works by such fifteenth- and sixteenth-century masters as Albrecht Durer, Lucas Cranach the Elder, and Hans Holbein the Younger as well as the only
painting by Matthias Grunewald in the United States. Following an introduction to the collection, entries on the paintings are arranged alphabetically by artist, with a biography and bibliography for each; individual entries provide full and up-to-date scholarly and technical information. Questions
of attribution, iconography, social and religious function, and historical context are also discussed, and where relevant, comparative examples, reconstructions of altarpieces, x-radiographs, and infrared reflectogram assemblies are...


Strategic Planning in Environmental Regulation: A Policy Approach That Works
Steven Cohen
0262033410
December 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
Strategic Planning in Environmental Regulation introduces an approach to environmental regulatory planning founded on a creative, interactive relationship between business and government. The authors argue that regulation -- often too narrowly defined as direct, command-and-control standard-setting and enforcement -- should include the full range of activities intended to influence private behavior to conform to public goals. The concept of strategic regulatory planning that the book introduces provides a model for designing more effective environmental regulation. Strategic planning requires careful consideration of the regulatory objectives, the target audiences for regulation, and the characteristics of the regulatory agency.

The two important case studies in the book -- one on the use of the...


Strategic Planning in Environmental Regulation: A Policy Approach That Works
Steven Cohen
0262532751
December 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Strategic Planning in Environmental Regulation introduces an approach to environmental regulatory planning founded on a creative, interactive relationship between business and government. The authors argue that regulation -- often too narrowly defined as direct, command-and-control standard setting and enforcement -- should include the full range of activities intended to influence private behavior to conform to public goals. The concept of strategic regulatory planning that the book introduces provides a model for designing more effective environmental regulation. Strategic planning requires careful consideration of the regulatory objectives, the target audiences for regulation, and the characteristics of the regulatory agency.

The two important case studies in the book -- one on the use of the...

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