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Scientific researchers based in the United States are more likely to co-author
papers with people of similar ethnicity, according to Richard Freeman and Wei Huang in Collaborating With People Like Me: Ethnic Co-Authorship Within the U.
Of major significance is that 41% reported working with a co-author
who had performed very little work and 10.
Mark Hatmaker has produced numerous instructional videos and tapes as well as other fighting books; his background lends to an important guide supplemented by co-author
Doug Werner, himself the co-author
of two best-seller boxing guides.
If I become terminally ill and doctors are unable to save me, I want the freedom to leave this world on my own terms,'' said Assemblyman Lloyd Levine, D-Van Nuys, co-author
of a bill based on Oregon's voter-approved law.
and see for themselves a person who makes his or her living in the arts," says Toni Buzzeo, co-author
of Terrific Connections with Authors, Illustrators and Storytellers (Libraries Unlimited, 1999).
and former editor of the Robb Report, believes you need more imagination than money to be successful.
Geoff Larson is often credited with reviving the smoked beer style in the United States.
a former Moscow correspondent for Newsweek, is co-author
with Murray Feshbach of Ecocide in the USSR.
VRG nutrition advisor Reed Mangels, PhD, RD, was a co-author
of the paper, and VRG nutrition advisor Suzanne Havala Hobbs, DrPH, RD, was content advisor.
A handful of black-and-white photographs enhance the vivid story, brought to realistic life through the memories of veteran and co-author
Eli Ellison, and collaboratively enhanced with the skills of his son, attorney, reporter, and co-author
Mark Stuart Ellison.
It's been proven that people have the same response to male and female computer voices as they do to people in real life, and the same prejudices,'' says Byron Reeves, a social science professor at Stanford, and co-author
of ``The Media Equation: How People Treat Computers, Television and the New Media Like Real People and Places'' (Cambridge University Press; $27.