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Browsing 426 results for facet Publication Year with value of 2008.
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    CC Unity Contest Powwow, 2008 by Colorado College

    Photographs of inter-tribal powwow at Colorado College, April 2008.

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    Leviathan [2007-2008 v. 33 no. 4 Spring]

    The Leviathan is CC's student magazine for poetry, prose, visual art and music.

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    The Catalyst [2007-2008 v. 38 no.16 February 29]

    The Catalyst is the weekly student newspaper of Colorado College. This issue was published February 29, 2008. Page 12 of issue incorrectly designated no. 11 and incorrectly dated 2007.

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    The Catalyst [2007-2008 v. 38 no.13 February 1]

    The Catalyst is the weekly student newspaper of Colorado College. This issue was published February 1, 2008. Page 6 of issue incorrectly dated September 14, 2007.

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    The Catalyst [2008-2009 v. 39 no.10 December 5]

    The Catalyst is the weekly student newspaper of Colorado College. This issue was published December 5, 2008.

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    The Catalyst [2008-2009 v. 39 no. 6 October 17]

    The Catalyst is the weekly student newspaper of Colorado College. This issue was published October 17, 2008. Page 10 of issue incorrectly dated September 17.

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    Rocky Mountain undergraduate review : a publication of The Colorado College [2007-2008 v. 1 no. 1 Spring]

    Founded fall of 2007, the Rocky Mountain Undergraduate Review provides a venue for students from the Rocky Mountain region to publish outstanding written thought in the areas of the social sciences. These core disciplines are economics, sociology, anthropology, political science, and history.

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    CC psychology news [2007-2008 v. 1 no. 2 May] by Colorado College. Dept. of Psychology

    CC Psychology News, a Department of Psychology alumni newsletter is an occasional publication issued twice a year to provide news related to its students, faculty and alumni.

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    Hamlet Police: Hamlet by Ames, Gypsy

    A costume rendering by Gypsy Ames, professor of Drama and Dance at Colorado College. Renderings were created using a variety of media and may be in color or black and white. Some include swatches of fabric.

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    Hamlet Police: Ophelia by Ames, Gypsy

    A costume rendering by Gypsy Ames, professor of Drama and Dance at Colorado College. Renderings were created using a variety of media and may be in color or black and white. Some include swatches of fabric.

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    Hamlet Police: Cornolius by Ames, Gypsy

    A costume rendering by Gypsy Ames, professor of Drama and Dance at Colorado College. Renderings were created using a variety of media and may be in color or black and white. Some include swatches of fabric.

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    The promise of politics by Colorado College

    Poster created for The 2007-2008 J. Glenn Gray Colloquium Series lecture entitled, "The Promise of Politics," by Elisabeth Young-Bruehl to be given on Thursday, April 10, 2008 in Gaylord Hall, Colorado College. [Presented by] the Philosophy Department, the Office of the Dean, and the National Endowment for the Humanities Professorship, Colorado College.

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    The entrepreneur [2008-2009 Issue No. 3 Fall] by Colorado College. Dept. of Economics and Business

    The Entrepreneur is the official newsletter of the Colorado College Department of Economics and Business.

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    Does HAVA help the have-nots? US adoption of new election equipment, 1980-2008 by Lybecker, Kristina M. , Johnson, Daniel K. N.

    During the tabulation of votes in the 2000 presidential election, the world was shocked at the technological inadequacy of electoral equipment in many parts of the US. In reaction to public dismay over "hanging chads", Congress quickly enacted the Help America Vote Act (HAVA), legislation to fund the acquisition of advanced vote-counting technology. However, the intention was to enable, rather than mandate, choices of new electoral equipment. This paper takes advantage of a unique historical opportunity to test whether electoral equipment follows the pattern predicted by well-established models of innovation diffusion, merging electoral data with census data on socioeconomic characteristics. We infer that fiscal constraints to acquisition are strong but are not the only limitations to technology adoption, particularly within certain types of easily identifiable populations.

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    ERB-23

    Intergrown, subhedral two-pyroxene gabbro with hornblende and poikilitic plagiclase with deformation twins and abundant pyroxene inclusions.

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    BR-5

    Without a handsample it is difficult to know if BR-05 is a phyllite or a schist, though the composition and texture are clearly metamorphic. Moderately-aligned muscovite makes up the bulk of this sample. Interspresed throughout are aligned prisms of biotite and kyanite.

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    ERB-03

    In this mylonitized sample, biotite, sillimanite, and the opaques define a spaced schistoscity overprinting a background matrix of seriate-interlobate quartz and feldspar. The foliation wraps around polymineralic porphyroclasts with fish-like shapes. The sense of shear is ambiguous. A lineation is defined by aligned sillimanite and biotite.

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    323

    The feldspars in this sample show a range of solid solution substitution textures including exsolution lamellae and flame lamellae, although birefringence colors are in the lower first order yellows to pinks. The dark mineral throughout the sample is subhedral, embayed ferrohastingsite which displays excellent amphibole cleavage and retains its originally euhedral crystal structure. A hematite stain pervades this rock, particularly along fractures.

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    ERB-01

    Anastamosing spaced schistocity defined by aligned elongate minerals including biotite, hornblende, garnet, and opaques. Foliation wraps quartz and k-feldpsar porphyroclasts with core-mantle textures and subgrain development in the old grains. K-feldspar is strongly sericitized. The sense of shear is ambiguous.

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    44-7340

    This coarse-grained pyroxenite is comprised of generally euhedral harzburgite crystals. Many crystals are fractured or embayed.

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    ERB-12

    This two-pyroxene, hornblende-bearing gabbro is highly fractured and has a much finer-grained population of pyroxenes growing in the interstices between larger pyroxene grains. A thin band of finer-grained pyroxne and plagioclase cross-cuts the sample.

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    990

    The minerals in this sample all appear to intergrow with one another. Most grain boundaries are lobate, especially between feldspar phases and flame lamellae and perthitic intergrowths abound. Although a few hornblende crystals are euhdral in shape, the majority are found as rims around possible clinopyroxene or olivine grains and they tend to group with the other mafic phases. Euhedral apatite appear throughout.

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    44-4206 2V slide

    Wards' samples with oriented crystals to show varying 2V angles.

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    876

    The riebeckite grains in this sample are embayed in a skeletal fashion, with embayments strongly controlled by the amphibole cleavage. The feldspars have classic albite and tartan twins in addition to patchy lamellae.

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    Quartz A-E

    This thin section consists of two quartz crystals, one of which is oriented perpendicular to the optic axis and provides a perfect crystal with which to obtain an interference figure.