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English term or phrase:Res:
English translation:resource
Entered by: Elena Robert
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23:32 Sep 1, 2008
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English term or phrase: Res:

Blier, Suzanne Preston
2003 “Assemblage: Dahomey Art and the Politics of Dynasty” Res: Anthropology and Art. Vol. 45. pp.186 ff.

What does "Res" stand for in this context? Thanks in advance.
Elena Robert
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Cagdas Karatas
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Cagdas Karatas



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Cagdas Karatas
Local time: 08:41
Native speaker of: Turkish
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Many thanks to all!

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agree  webguru
12 mins
  -> Thank you.

agree  Demi Ebrite: Exactly. Regarding Ms Blier, her article "Assemblage . . ." was published in "Anthropology and Art. Vol. 45. pp.18"
25 mins
  -> Thanks, Demi.

agree  AniseK
1 hr
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agree  Heather Shaw
10 hrs
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agree  Christopher Crockett: I've never, ever seen this before. How about "Ref: [-erence]"? OtOh, this looks like a bibliography entry, in which case there would be neither, just a simple period (or comma, depending upon the "style" being used).
12 hrs
  -> You are absolutely right. Thank you.

agree  Phong Le
1 day 1 hr
  -> Thank you.

agree  Will Matter
3 days 17 hrs
  -> Thank you, Will.
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