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Builders of the Caribbean
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Bush leadership, the power of ideas, and the war on terror
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Seeds
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Business
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Business : a changing world
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CAVIAR : community adaptation and vulnerability in Arctic regions
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The Cambridge companion to British theatre, 1730-1830
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 Molson. Redpath. Desjardins. Labatt. Massey. Eaton. These names are as much a part of our national identity as our hockey teams and our literature, but few of us know much about the people behind them - the individuals who have energized this country's economic life for over four centuries, and whose entrepreneurialism has shaped the face of Canadian business as we know it. This captivating collection of biographies profiles Canada's most prominent and innovative business people from the early 1600s throug
North American relations have undergone profound changes over the last 15 years. NAFTA not only created the biggest trading bloc in the world; it was also a catalyst in the conceptualization of the continent as an integrated region. Whereas, prior to 9/11 relations remained primarily at the economic level, the attacks on the U.S. unleashed a new dynamic in North American relations that has seen a significant increase in cooperation in a large number of areas, including security. It remains to be seen whethe
Capital, power, and inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean
Canadian literature at the crossroads of language and culture
Cancer stem cells in solid tumors
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