The xiuxiang edition begins with two poems, one on the vanity of power and splendor, the other the peril of female sexuality, followed by a long preamble philosophizing emptiness of worldly desire, especially that of "caise
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Washington, DC: Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education (CAISE
In: Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 16th International Conference, CAiSE
ISE resources include, but are not limited to: science centers and museums and any other nature-related exhibit; television programs; film and broadcast media; digital media and gaming; and youth, community, and after-school programs (CAISE
In: A CAISE
Inquiry Group Report, Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education (CAISE
), Washington DC, U.S.A.
Stakeholder Identification as an Issue in the Improvement of Software Requirements Quality, CAiSE
In this report conducted under the auspices of CAISE
(Center for the Advancement of Informal Science Education), we present a conceptual model consisting of three permeable categories of PPSR, distinguished primarily by the level of decision-making control of participants in the scientific process.
IN Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 17th International Conference, CAiSE
2005, Porto, Portugal, June 13-17, 2005, Proceedings.
Melanie Malboeuf and Philomene Caise
were sisters-in-law to each other and the nieces of Charlotte Harper.
'03 Workshops Proceedings, University of Maribor Press, 393-397.
Eight year-old Lewis is to take on the mammoth challenge to scale the highest peaks in England, Wales and Scotland in three days - all to raise caise
in memory of his grandad.