This has just assumed the place of honor at the center of my office door:
Explanation here. As an added bonus, it looks exactly like our cat Nefertiti.
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Polish and Hebrew are missing, but then many other languages as well.
My faculty is unorganizable axiomatically; it’s a bunch a selfish faux liberals that have never met a blue collar worker. Actually, white collarees are now as screwed as anyone.
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"Rees has written a solid, comprehensive account of the technological creation of cold chains in the United States. I wish this book had been available for me to read when I was doing my own research."—Mansel G. Blackford, Ohio State University.
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