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In search of alternative solutions : can the state of origin be held internationally responsible for investors' human rights abuses that are not attributable to it? (2010)
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Tzevelekos, V. (2010). In search of alternative solutions : can the state of origin be held internationally responsible for investors' human rights abuses that are not attributable to it?. Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 35(1), 155-231

The paper establishes a three-step (due diligence, positive effect of human rights and extraterritoriality) argument for the responsibility of the home state for the human right breaches of its investors in third countries.

The perceived challenges facing alcohol treatment services in England: A qualitative study of service providers (2010)
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Perryman, K., Rose, A. K., Winfield, H., Jenner, J., Oyefeso, A., Phillips, T. S., …Drummond, C. (2011). The perceived challenges facing alcohol treatment services in England: A qualitative study of service providers. Journal of substance use, 16(1), 38-49. https://doi.org/10.3109/14659891003706399

Background: Although there is currently a high level of need for alcohol treatment in the United Kingdom, there has been a lack of research into alcohol treatment to date. This study reports on what the current challenges to alcohol treatment service... Read More

Icons of desire : the classical statue in later Victorian literature (2010)
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Thomas, J. (2010). Icons of desire : the classical statue in later Victorian literature. Yearbook of English Studies, 40(1/2), 246-272

The sculptural trope enjoyed a revival in later Victorian literature, especially the classical sculptural nude. These ancient figures retain their function as mediators between the gods and their human votaries for their Victorian admirers, but they... Read More

The use of article 31(3)(c) of the VCLT in the case-law of the ECtHR : an effective anti-fragmentation tool or a selective loophole for the reinforcement of human rights teleology? (2010)
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Tzevelekos, V. (2010). The use of article 31(3)(c) of the VCLT in the case-law of the ECtHR : an effective anti-fragmentation tool or a selective loophole for the reinforcement of human rights teleology?. Michigan Journal of International Law, 31(3), 621-690

In Part I the Article will briefly introduce the question of the fragmentation of international law, and will more extensively delineate the role that the ILC attributed to Article 31(3)(c) and the ILC's expectations regarding its success in this rol... Read More

Preserved monitoring and control processes in temporal lobe epilepsy. (2010)
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Andrés, P., Mazzoni, G., & Howard, C. E. (2010). Preserved monitoring and control processes in temporal lobe epilepsy. Neuropsychology, 24(6), (775-786). doi:10.1037/a0020281. ISSN 0894-4105

The aim of this study was to assess an aspect of metamemory never examined before in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE): the ability to upgrade the accuracy of one's memory predictions after study. Method: Four lists of different levels of di... Read More

Altered Primary and Secondary Myogenesis in the Myostatin-Null Mouse (2010)
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Matsakas, A., Otto, A., Elashry, M. I., Brown, S. C., & Patel, K. (2010). Altered Primary and Secondary Myogenesis in the Myostatin-Null Mouse. Rejuvenation Research, 13(6), 717-727. doi:10.1089/rej.2010.1065

Skeletal muscle fiber generation occurs principally in two myogenic phases: (1) Primary (embryonic) myogenesis when myoblasts proliferate and fuse to form primary myotubes and (2) secondary (fetal) myogenesis when successive waves of myoblasts fuse a... Read More

Encouraging use of community-based resources by bioscience students (2010)
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Goulder, R., & Scott, G. W. (2010). Encouraging use of community-based resources by bioscience students. Bioscience education e-journal BEE-j, 16(1), 1-4. doi:10.3108/beej.16.c1

This communication reports how bioscience students are encouraged to benefit from city and regional community-based resources through use of a guidebook and student-managed learning. Positive outcomes of the module are that bioscience students take t... Read More

Performance, drama and spectacle in the medieval city: essays in honour of Alan Hindley (2010)
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A. Tudor, M. Longtin, & C. Emerson (Eds.), (2009). Performance, drama and spectacle in the medieval city: essays in honour of Alan Hindley

The growth of urban life in the Middle Ages led to a flourishing of performance, drama and spectacle as we understand them today. Here is presented, for the first time, a collection of commissioned essays whose goal is to bring together a broad varie... Read More

After Madrid  (2010)
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McKay, K. (2010). After Madrid . Smiths Knoll, 43 - 43

No pain, no gain - the provocation of laughter in slapstick comedy (2010)
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Peacock, L. S. (2010). No pain, no gain - the provocation of laughter in slapstick comedy. Popular entertainment studies, 1(2), 93-106

This article explores the relationship between danger and laughter in the work of a number of what might be defined as slapstick or physical comedians. The notion of physical comedians risking life and limb in order to generate laughter from an admir... Read More

Blue Nile runoff sensitivity to climate change (2010)
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Nawaz, R., Bellerby, T., Sayed, M., & Elshamy, M. (2010). Blue Nile runoff sensitivity to climate change. The open hydrology journal, 4(Special issue), 137 - 151. doi:10.2174/1874378101004010137

This study describes implementation of hydrological climate change impact assessment tool utilising a combination of statistical spatiotemporal downscaling and an operational hydrological model known as the Nile Forecasting System. A spatial rainfall... Read More

Do angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors improve walking distance in patients with symptomatic lower limb arterial disease? A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials (2010)
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Shahin, Y., Mazari, F., & Chetter, I. (2011). Do angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors improve walking distance in patients with symptomatic lower limb arterial disease? A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. International journal of surgery, 9(3), 209-213. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijsu.2010.12.006

Background Several studies have reported the clinical effects of long-term treatment with cardioprotective medications in patients with lower limb peripheral arterial disease (PAD) in terms of reducing cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. A numbe... Read More

EC competition policy: is the role of the substantial part of the common market in determining jurisdictional subsidiarity redundant? (2010)
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Davison, L. M., & Johnson, D. (2010). EC competition policy: is the role of the substantial part of the common market in determining jurisdictional subsidiarity redundant?. Liverpool Law Review, 31(3), 273-288. doi:10.1007/s10991-010-9081-x

The importance of the principle of subsidiarity lies in its role in drawing the demarcation line between EU and member state responsibility for policy formulation and implementation. In theory, the application of the principle of subsidiarity appears... Read More

Long memory and structural breaks in commodity futures markets (2010)
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Coakley, J., Dollery, J., & Kellard, N. (2011). Long memory and structural breaks in commodity futures markets. Journal of Futures Markets, 31(11), 1076-1113. doi:10.1002/fut.20502

This study employs daily data for 14 commodities and three financial assets 1990-2009 to explore the impact of the time series properties of the futures-spot basis and the cost of carry on forward market unbiasedness. The main result is that the basi... Read More

Choosing and rejecting cattle and sheep: changing discourses and practices of (de)selection in pedigree livestock breeding (2010)
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Holloway, L., Morris, C., Gilna, B., & Gibbs, D. (2011). Choosing and rejecting cattle and sheep: changing discourses and practices of (de)selection in pedigree livestock breeding. Agriculture and human values, 28(4), (533-547). doi:10.1007/s10460-010-9298-2. ISSN 0889-048X

This paper examines the discourses and practices of pedigree livestock breeding, focusing on beef cattle and sheep in the UK, concentrating on an under-examined aspect of this – the deselection and rejection of some animals from future breeding... Read More