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    • Nutritional Supplements in the Surgical Patient 

      Stohs, Sidney J.; Dudrick, Stanley J. (2011)
    • A Nutritional Survey of Junior High School Pupils 

      Marr, Madeline (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1931)
      This survey is the outgrowth of a common school problem of assisting the underweight child to meet the normal demands on his strength and to develop right attitudes and ideals for the health of the normal child. In one ...
    • Nutt v. Nutt 

      Unknown author (1990)
      1 NCA 599
    • Nuttelman v. Julch 

      Unknown author (1986)
      228 Neb. 750
    • Nuzum v. Board of Educ. of School Dist. 

      Unknown author (1986)
      227 Neb. 387
    • Nürnberger Prosa-Äsop 

      Aesop; Avianus; Grubmüller, Klaus; Romulus (Max Niemeyer Verlag. Tübingen, 1994)
      This is a very helpful little volume. It contains a text with apparatus criticus for the sixty-three fables in the Nurnberg Prose Aesop from Vienna from sometime before 1412. The notes after each fable also indicate the ...
    • Nwachukwu v. Nwachukwu 

      Unknown author (1994)
    • Nyamotore v. Schuerman 

      Unknown author (2016)
    • Nye v. Fire Group P'Ship 

      Unknown author (2001)
      263 Neb. 735
    • Nygren v. Nygren 

      Unknown author (2003)
      14 Neb. App. 1
    • O Androkles kai to Liontari 

      Neiros, Nikos; Stratikēs, Potēs (Angyra Publishing HouseAnkyra. Athens, 1975)
      Reading books like this would be a great way to learn Greek! The illustrations are simple and the text copious. Androkles uses a part of his blue clothing to bind up the lion's paw. Watch out: there are fifteen more ...
    • O Christmas Tree! 

      Gillick, Larry, S.J. (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2014)
      I read recently that a certain state-university declared that no university- sponsored Christmas party could be called "Christmas party", but only a "Holiday Party". Lots to think about with that one. The "Holiday Tree" ...
    • O Coelho que Venceu o Medo 

      Meller, Eric; Rozin, Paula (Dharma Publishing. BerkeleyOakland, Calif., 1991)
      Here is the Portuguese version of the English The Rabbit Who Overcame Fear from the same year. As I comment there, this is the standard tale of the timid rabbit who hears the thud of a ripe mango dropping near him and ...
    • O Kabouras Ki H Alepou 

      No Author (Agkura D.A. Papademetriou. Athens, 1979)
      This is a single story that is #12 in the series Paramythia tou Aisopou Me Eikones and reappears in the collection Paramythia tou Aisopou, Pemptos Tomos, listed under 1992/95. I have six of the eighteen pamphlets in the ...
    • O Lagos kai H Chelona kai Alla Paramythia 

      Stratikēs, Potēs; Wolf, Tony (Ekdoseis StratikeEkdoseis Stratikē. AthensAthēna, 1989)
      Now I have found this book from six different countries! Other versions come from England (1988), France (1989?), Italy (1989/92), the United States (1990), and Canada (1990?). The format remains very consistent. For ...
    • O Lagos kai h Xelona (The Hare and the Tortoise) 

      No Author (Rekos EPE: Susaeta Ediciones SA. Hōraiokastro-ThessalonikēsOraikastrou-Thessalonike, 1999)
      This booklet is one of twelve published by Rekos in Greek, apparently upon the designs done by Susaeta for a European-language edition. Its sixteen pages display excellent and lively colored illustrations. Apparently ...
    • O lisce a capu a dalsi Ezopovy bajky 

      Primusova, Hana (Ceskoslovensky spisovatel. Prague, 2017)
      Here are twenty-five fables on 53 pages, as the closing T of C shows. Is that God who is pictured laughing over the monkey mother on 19? A strength of this nicely colored edition is the use of multiple images to tell a ...
    • O lisce a capu a dalsi Ezopovy bajky 

      Primusova, Hana (Ceskoslovensky spisovatel. Prague, 2017)
      Here is an extra copy of this book found two years earlier but catalogued several weeks after the other copy. Here are twenty-five fables on 53 pages, as the closing T of C shows. Is that God who is pictured laughing ...