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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 2029
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1999The Lebanese debacleBianchi, Elena (1999)
1999Syria : a country and a conceptFiorini, Karen (1999)
1999Palestine : a nation without a stateBrincat, Therese (1999)
1999Libya : isolation or integration?Galea, Iain Paul (1999)
1999Israel : a fight for peaceMaistre, John (1999)
1999Egypt : striking while the iron is hotCalleja, Maria (1999)
1999Algeria : from revolution to fratricideMizzi, Helga (1999)
2002Ruins in a landscape : a consideration of past and present perceptions of archaeological sites in MaltaBorg, Allison (2002)
1999The organisation of the Order of St John's fleet in the eighteenth centuryGrima, Joseph F. (1999)
2002The novels of D.H. Lawrence : a Freudian readingGashout, Muna Ahmed Sharef (2002)
2007A study of word-level decoding skills of 7-year-old Maltese children in a bilingual environmentFirman, Christine (2007)
2006Human-induced changes in the environment and landscape of the Maltese Islands from the Neolithic to the 15th century AD as inferred from a scientific study of sediments from Marsa, MaltaFenech, Katrin (2006)
1978Les interférences de l'anglais et du maltais dans l'étude du françaisBonnici, Carmel (1978); Buhagiar, Maria (1978); Zahra, Saviour (1978)
2010L'elemento favolistico-fiabesco nella narrativa giovanile scritta da Italo CalvinoScerri, Matthew (2010)
2006Logic, laughter and laughter-provocationCassar, Mary Ann (2006)
1999The internationalisation of science and technology policy : Malta case study (1988-1996)Cassingena Harper, Jennifer (1999)
2001'In paradise alone' : textual strategies of occurrence in Andrew MarvellCamilleri, Frank (2001)
2009The human genome as common heritage of mankindButtigieg, Jean (2009)
2010Contatti e affinitá tra James Joyce e Luigi PirandelloChircop, Karl (2010)
2000Heeding Sankara's Bhagavadgitabhasya : his proposal for meditation to serve as a complement to philosophical reason (Buddhi), thereby eradicating fragmentationZammit, Michael (2000)
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 2029

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