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publication

(pŭb″lĭ-kā′shŭn) [L. publicare, to make public]
1. The dissemination of information in print.
2. Any document, journal, or text distributed to a general audience or to a limited readership.
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Requirements for publication in the T5 decreases with department quality, while the impact on tenure of T5 publication increases with declines in department quality.
It will be an offence to distribute any of the prohibited publications. It will also be an offence for any person to (a) possess any of the publications or (b) come into possession of any of the publications, but fail to deliver the copy to the Police.
In a statement today, he said three of the six publications contained confusing information which contradicted the teachings of Islam.
The quality of the QUA Annual Meeting can be quantified by the number of publications arising from the presentations and the status of the journals publishing the research.
The publications also cover all major disciplines including physical sciences, agriculture and veterinary sciences, biological and medical sciences, social sciences, management sciences and engineering.
Data regarding the biomedical publications from Omani origin were retrieved from Pubmed.
While no other research studies have explored student-produced publications in agricultural communication or journalism programs, studies have explored the structure of college magazine curriculum, the role of faculty advisers, and ethical issues (Frangoulis, 1993; Wheeler, 1994).
* How to launch or improve your publications if they move higher up the organization's "food chain."
Pharmacist" magazine, patient publications, custom and medical education programs.
The supporting data for any scientific investigation should be maintained in your office files for a minimum of 5 to 7 years after publication. (This is dependent on the study and the governing agency.
The publications listed below are for information purposes only.

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