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Math´es


n.1.(Bot.) The mayweed. Cf. Maghet.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The following critical forum, "The Sonic Politics of Black Experimentalism," takes as its point of departure Carter Mathes's Imagine the Sound: Experimental African American Literature after Civil Rights, published in 2015 by the University of Minnesota Press.
Founded by Benjamin Mathes, Urban Confessional seeks to connect the world through the healing power of listening.
Men need to see gender issues as their problem too, an overall outdated cultural framework that needs to be reframed," Mathes added.
The classification mathes and semi-finals are slated for April 13 while curtain falls on the event the following day when playoff for the 3rd-4th positions and final takes place.
Calvarial Hyperostosis Syndrome (CHS) is a recently defined rare osteopathy characterized by non-neoplastic proliferation of the fat bones of the skull (Pastor et al., 2000; McConnell et al., 2006; Mathes et al., 2012).
Icagen Incorporated, a company that partners with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to offer scientific expertise in early drug discovery, announced yesterday that it has named Dr Chris Mathes as its chief commercial officer.
I read with interest the article "Clinton eyeing blue-collar whites" by Michael Mathes (May 17).
Erin Mathes shared tips on how to distinguish potentially life-threatening causes of rash and mucositis in children.
While many have noted the oral and musical qualities of African American poetry from the post-Civil Rights period, Mathes points out how the political implications of dissonance, vibration, and resonance produced in essays, short stories, and novels animated the ongoing struggle for equality.