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Michael Kuykendall

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/157007407X237944 A. S. Worrell’s New Testament: A Landmark Baptist-Pentecostal Bible Translation from the Early Twentieth Century Michael Kuykendall Associate Professor of New Testament Studies, Golden Gate Baptist Th eological Seminary, Pacific

Jan Koenderink, Andrea van Doorn, Johan Wagemans and Baingio Pinna

. Generically these occur as isolated points and together exhaust the generic singularities. The singularities are invariant against arbitrary monotonic transformations, thus independent of radiometric calibration. This renders them of potential interest to biological systems, for they are the true landmarks

Carl Smith

Good fences make good neighbours: the role of landmarks in territory partitioning in the rose bitterling ( Rhodeus ocellatus ) Carl Smith 1) (School of Biology, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, Fife KY16 8LB, UK) (Accepted: 17 December 2010) Summary Territorial animals sometimes use

Marc (M.A.) Loth

1 Introduction ‘ Dutch government ordered to cut carbon emissions in landmark ruling ’ (The Guardian). ‘ Dutch government loses world´s first climate liability lawsuit ’ (The Daily News). These are some of the news headlines on the 24 th of June, 2015 after the District Court of The Hague

David Costantini and Emiliano Bruner

Head morphological variation in Podarcis muralis and Podarcis sicula : a landmark-based approach Emiliano Bruner, David Costantini ∗ Abstract. The geometry of the cephalic scales in lizards is easily represented by using landmark based approaches. The cephalic scales may prove useful structures

Edited by Frank von Hippel

In a flurry of post-war productivity, Niko Tinbergen re-established his lab in Leiden, wrote landmark papers and his famous book The Study of Instinct, and founded the journal Behaviour to serve the burgeoning field of ethology. Tinbergen and his senior assistant, Jan van Iersel, published their classic paper, "Displacement reactions in the three-spined stickleback," in the first issue of his new journal in 1948. Stickleback are now a powerful model in the fields of behavioural ecology, evolutionary biology, developmental genetics, and ecotoxicology - an extraordinary development for a small fish that began its modeling career among an enthusiastic core of Tinbergen students in the 1930s. From a series of clever experiments with painted model fish to the use of the sequenced genome to analyze the genetic basis of courtship, stickleback science progressed in leaps and bounds, often via seminal studies published in the pages of Behaviour.
Tinbergen’s Legacy in Behaviour traces sixty years in the development of science using stickleback as a model, with 34 original articles covering topics ranging from homosexuality and cannibalism to genetics and speciation. Desmond Morris, Theo Bakker, Robert Wootton, Michael Bell, Tom Reimchen, Boyd Kynard, Harman Peeke, and Iain Barber provide fresh retrospectives on their republished works. Commentary by Frank von Hippel accompanies the articles and explains the roles they played in the frontiers of science as researchers falsified or expanded upon one another’s ideas.

Edited by Eric Heinze and Malgosia Fitzmaurice

This book contains excerpts in extenso from leading cases in general international law, and seeks to provide a greater volume of case law than that currently available on the market. It contains no editorial commentary and no secondary literature, as these are widely available in other works. It can serve either as a principal text or as a supplement to other standard books. It is thoroughly up to date, including recent ICJ judgments on the Bosnia case, the Gavcíkovo-Nagymaros Project, the Advisory Opinion on Nuclear Weapons, and the Lockerbie case. It will be of inestimable value to all libraries of international law, large and small, institutional and private. No student or practitioner in the field should be without it.

Thanos Zartaloudis

. This article analyses the landmark case of wl (Congo) 1 & 2 v. sshd ; km (Jamaica) v. sshd [2011] ( Lumba and Mighty ), 3 in its lengthy evolution, which examined whether certain breaches of public policy and law are capable of rendering unlawful the detention of fnp s pending their

Agron Alibali

29 Review of Central and East European Law 2004 No.2, 219-245 © 2004 Koninklijke Brill N.V. Printed in The Netherlands Two Landmark Decisions of the Albanian Constitutional Court: The Individual, the Employee, and the State Agron Alibali Abstract The present article focuses on two important