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L O G O S US school publishing: From Webster and McGuffey to the Internet *^*^ C a m e r o n S Moseley After t w e n t y - f o u r years w i t h H a r c o u r t B r a c e , in t h e c o u r s e of w h i c h h e filled a wide range of roles from school/college sales r e p r e s e n t a t i v e t

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separate school publishing structure to expand its educational publishing programme. Other publishing companies, too, were investing rapidly to grow business in the expanding educational market. Good quality candidates were now becoming available for appointment as better salaries were beginning to be paid

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Grower 107 22 24 Goldberg, R. and H. Hogan. 2004. Can Florida orange growers survive globalization? Harvard Business School Publishing , Case 9-904-415, 1-25. Harvard Business School Publishing, Boston, MA, USA. Can Florida orange growers survive globalization? Harvard Business School Publishing

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. The Renault-Nissan alliance Case # 9-303-023 . Boston, MA, Harvard Business School Publishing. Yoshino, M.Y. and U.S. Rangan, 1995. Strategic alliances: An entrepreneurial approach to globalization . Boston, MA, Harvard Business School Press.

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. Harvard Business School Case 906-409. Harvard Business School Publishing, Brighton, MA, USA. ConAgra Foods: the next chapter Jeon, H. 2013. Flour power: demand for nutrient-enriched breads will modestly boost revenue. IBISWorld. Industry Report 31181: 1-37. Available at: http://tinyurl.com/yb5aa6do

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International Food and Agribusiness Association (IFAMR) Annual Meeting Prahalad, C.K. 2004. The fortune at the bottom of the pyramid: eradicating poverty through profit. Wharton School Publishing, Upper Saddle River, NJ, USA. The fortune at the bottom of the pyramid: eradicating poverty through profit

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, Boston, MA, USA, 136 pp. Fischer, R.M. and D. Zylbersztajn, 2007. Orsa Group: their challenge of sustainable development in the Amazon. CEATS-FIAS-FEA-USP. Harvard Business School publishing, Boston, MA, USA, 30 pp. FSC, 2010. Forest Stewardship Council. Principle and Criteria Review. Available at

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Study of Education, Part II. Bloomington, IL: Public School Publishing Company; with A. Shumaker (1928). The child-centered school. Yonkers, NY: World Book; (with others 1936). American life and the school curriculum. New York: Ginn & Company; (1963). Imagination. New York: Harper & Row. 14 J. J

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appearance of the printing programs of their printing shops ( officinae ). At first, those works were published that were sure to sell well with institutions like the Church, University , and School . Publishing programs sometimes differed radically in content among the various pioneer centers of printing

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charismatic movement in the Catholic church is larger. Pentecostals had some influence on the church culture of the country, establishing  many institutions including schools, publishing houses, and media outlets that have had an influence beyond Pentecostal fellowships. The Pentecostal Church of Poland is

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