Spearing's Medieval Autographies: The "I" of the Text (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2012) applies this model of autography
to readings of relevant medieval texts.
The file: agency, authority, and autography
in an Islamabad bureaucracy.
1:1000-1: 2000 dilution in TBS-Tween/5% milk) incubated for 1 h at room temperature and enhanced chemoluminescence (ECL Western blotting analysis system, GE Healthcare/Amersham-Biosciences, Freiburg, Germany) was detected by film autography
Majella told of her own battle with depression last year in her autography
, It's All In My Head: My Story.
Another factor is the originality of the work: even if the concept of autography
was quite different from our modern understanding (plagiarism was not a legal issue), copies, often performed by minor painters, implied less work because they did not require a preliminary creative activity.
The term 'maqasid' was first used in the early fourth century and appeared in the juristic autography
of Abu 'Abd Allah al-Tirmidhi al-Hakim (d.
Emil Kraepelin's 'self-assessment': Clinical autography
in historical context.
Then the last section, this short series of Autography
poems, is meant to directly write my life to the reader in ways that the lyric, narrative, rhetorical strategies of the first four sections attempted but may have failed to do.
The outcome measures included both objective and subjective sleep parameters for the sleep laboratory: Polysomnography (PSG), sleep questionnaire and home recordings (wrist autography
and sleep diaries).
Upasalca Lu K'uan Yu (Charles Luk), Practical Buddhism (London: Rider & Company, 1971), 57-162, translates the autography
and its annotation into English.
At the book signing Friday, green thumbs young and old waited for Georges to autography
Jeon JJ (2011) Eliot's Shadows: Autography
and Style in "The Hollow Men.