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    1. February 2023 | Issue 405 | Duke University Medical Center Library Online

      , this resource has connected patients with images of their skin tone and type, providing assurance and comfort

    2. Signal Boost: Tales From Collections Services | Page 3

       regardless of ability to pay, where people give back to the community by giving food, clothes, and volunteer

    3. Bitstreams: The Digital Collections Blog - Page 3 of 36 - Notes from the Duke University Libraries D

      . College & Research Libraries, 42(5), 470–481. Mohanty, S. (2002). Physical Comfort in Library Study

    4. The Devil's Tale - Page 11 of 126 - Dispatches from the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript

      of which we today recognize as basic human rights, “provide adequate food and water and shelter

    5. Remembering Our Friend, Sara Seten Berghausen - Duke University Libraries Blogs

      you food when you were home sick—that was Sara. Sara was also an active campus citizen. Among the many

    6. The Devil's Tale - Page 85 of 126 - Dispatches from the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript

      the early 1960s, and her papers include several pamphlets produced for the food and beverage industry

    7. The Devil's Tale - Page 18 of 126 - Dispatches from the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript

      requirements, check here ) and are still in flux. As these things continue to happen, it can be a comfort

    8. Scholarly Communications @ Duke - Page 29 of 58 - Discussions about the changing world of scholarly

      ruling to give hope and comfort to the academic community. For those who are keeping score, the Judge has

    9. The Devil's Tale - Page 51 of 126 - Dispatches from the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript

      generations in terms of comfort and education. The couple’s first son, George Washington Duke, died at about

    10. Scholarly Communications @ Duke - Page 39 of 58 - Discussions about the changing world of scholarly

      comfort in the comparative dearth of copyright infringement lawsuits against professors, this news out

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