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Daquin Mathieu : K-CAP 2013 [electronic resource] : proceedings of the seventh International Conference on Knowledge Capture : "Knowledge Capture in the Age of Massive Web Data" : 23 - 26 June 2013, Banff, Canada / conference chair Richard Benjamins ; program chairs Mathieu d'Aquin, Andrew Gordon, and José Manuel Gómez - Pérez ; sponsor ACM SIGART.
Dar El Ezey : Human learning : from learning curves to learning organizations.
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Darbishire William : An enuclearie. Or alphabet of verbes, neuters, common, and deponents, profitable and necessarie all students of humanitie. Likewise for parsing an helpe extraordinary. / Collected and composed, by William Darbishire philosopher.
Darbison William : William Darbison (on the demise of Thomas Long) plaintiff, and John Beaumont and Dorothy his wife are defendants. : Upon a writ of error brought by the plantiff [sic] to reverse a judgment in the Exchequer chamber, whereby a former judgment which was given for the plantiff [sic] in the Court of Exchequer on a special verdict in ejectment stands reversed. The plantiff [sic] in errors case