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Bradford's law

A pattern first recognised by SC Bradford in the 1930s that the most significant articles in any given field of investigation are found within a relatively small cluster of journal publications.
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Bradford law of scattering has great significance to librarians, information professionals, administrators and policy makers in collection development particularly selection of sources of information to purchase or subscribe and materials to weed out.
The SRA has appointed John Owen, of Bradford law firm Gordons, as agent and he will look after the firm's ongoing cases.
Mr Jones, who is also a director at Leeds and Bradford law firm drydensfairfax solicitors, which advised the purchaser, said: "The garden centre has a strong reputation locally and great potential.
He has chosen to be defended by the Bradford law firm that represented Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe in the 1980s.
Bradford Law of scattering is used as a tool to study the output of journals.
* Application of Bradford Law of Scattering in Pepper Research Publications
It is the second year running that pupils from the college have scooped the individual and team prizes in the Schools Debating Competition, staged by Bradford Law School.
A HUDDERSFIELD New College student has won two awards in a debating competition held at Bradford Law School.
Fighting their courtroom corners from Huddersfield University were Erle Taylor, Sarah Broadbent, Hannah Boynes and Erica Thompson along with students from Bradford Law School and the University of Chester, who emerged the winners.
34 29 22 288 15 Distribution of Journals in Stem Cells based on Bradford Law of Scattering
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