Paul Bastid have a major importance when considering Sieyes as the "father of the French public law" in his monography
at 1939, "Sieyes et sa pensee".
The psychogram (or psychological monography
) is an inventory, a description, an expertise and cataloguing the psychological demands for each player.
Sohl, eds., The Extreme Proterozoic: Geology, Geochemistry and climate: American Geophysical Union, Geophysical Monography
Polish Karkonosze, Zaklad Narodowy imienia Ossolinskich, Wydawnictwo Polskiej Akademii Nauk--Wroclaw, Warszawa, pp.
deserves a special attention because since de Wette's "Dissertatio critico-exegetica" the Josianic period has been seen as pivotal for the history of Judean literature and religion.
It is the first monography
in Czech musicological literature to deal with the history of military music in Czechland, and is divided into two distinct parts.
The translation generally reads smoothly, although three errors on the first page of chapter one were alarming--"exquisit," "pedagocially," and "monography
." Thereafter only an occasional curious spelling hampered reading enjoyment--e.g., "Thessalonikans" (13), "increas" (25), "rimed" (83).
Bradley, Christine 1985: "Attitudes and Practices Relating to Marital Violence among the Tolai of East New Britain" in Toft, Susan (ed) 1985: Domestic Violence in Papua New Guinea, Law Reform Commission of PNG, Monography
No 3, PNGLRC.
that Pierre Brocheux presents to us is drawn from his 1969 dissertation and addresses this issue.
CD-ROM Disc Interchangeability Standards: Beyond ISO 9660 with Structured Full-Text Query Language (SFQL), ATA/AIA 89-9C Monography
, April 1991.
The choice of Sayed Marei as the subject of his monography
is especially fortunate.
"He dealt with modern housing for modern man not only at the level of exclusive villas or rental houses but at the level that we would call social housing today."Moravikova, the biggest expert in Weinwurm's oeuvre and life, published an extensive Slovak-English monography
about Weinwurm in 2014.