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Teaching an anti-Christian text from a Christian perspective: The Case of S. Beckett's "Waiting for Godot"
Black History Left Its Mark on Alabama and Its Citizenry
Oakwood at the Crossroads A Historical Perspective Building Toward University Status This South (A Poem) The Caribbean Through European Eyes v.s. Naipaul's the Middle Passage Learning from the Master Teacher Who we were: The Origins of the Seventh-day Adventist Church Serpent handlers tell their stories to authors Aged Garlic Extract attenuates the cytotoxicity of ß-amyloid on undifferentiated PC12 cells Cytotoxicity of ß-amyloid peptide 25-35 on vascular smooth muscle cells and attenuation by Vitamin E