ELH


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ELHElectronic Application Help File
ELHEnglish Literary History
ELHNorth Eleuthera, Bahamas (Airport Code)
ELHÉquipe Littérature et Herméneutique (French: Literature and Hermeneutics Team)
ELHEntity Life History (database)
ELHExtraliga Ledního Hokeje (Czech: Ice-Hockey League)
ELHEarly Life History
ELHEpic Level Handbook (Dungeons and Dragons)
ELHEridani Light Horse (BattleTech game)
ELHEspace Loisirs Handisport (French: Wheelchair Recreation Area)
ELHExtended Long Haul
ELHEasyLiving Home
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Ganz, "Binding the Will: George Eliot and the Practice of Promising," ELH 75 (2008): 565-602; Mark Allison, "Utopian Socialism, Women's Emancipation, and the Origins of Middlemarch" ELH 78 (2011): 729; and Thomas Albrecht, '"The Balance of Separateness and Communication': Cosmopolitan Ethics in George Eliot's Daniel Deronda," ELH 79 (2012): 389-416.
5) Meredith Martin, '"Imperfectly Civilized': Ballads, Nations, and Histories of Form," ELH 82, no.
See also Edmund Valentine Campos, 'Jews, Spaniards and Portingales, Ambiguous Identities of Portuguese Marranos in Elizabethan England', ELH 69.
Lee Erickson, "The Poets' Corner: The Impact of Technological Changes in Printing on English Poetry, 1800-1850" ELH 52, no.
These changes may include stress, sleep deprivation, diet change, hormonal alterations, allergies, barometric pressure changes, or any of the diseases listed previously to be associated with ELH [20, 48].
In Aplysia, ELH is synthesized and cleaved from a larger preprohormone sequence (Nambu & Scheller 1986), and a homologous hormone, caudodorsal cell hormone, in Lymnaea is also synthesized from a preprohormone (Geraerts et al.
5) Aaron Kunin, 'From the Desk of Anne Clifford', ELH, 71 (2004), 587-608; Mihoko Suzuki, 'Anne Clifford and the Gendering of History', Clio, 30 (2001), 195-230; Susan Wiseman, Conspiracy and Virtue: Women, Writing, and Politics in Seventeenth-Century England (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), pp.
For technologies of writing, see Rebecca Pope, 'Writing and Biting in Dracula', LIT, 1 (1990) and Jennifer Wicke, 'Vampiric Typewriting: Dracula and its Media', ELH, 59 (1992).
However, Bradley University faculty in the Department of Educational Leadership and Human Development Counseling (ELH) believe the changes we are making this fall as a result of the new standards are not only unlikely to result in a loss of students, but will actually lead to an increase in student hours in ELH.
She has published articles on American literature in such journals as PMLA, American Literature, and ELH, and is completing a book on the mystification of money in nineteenth-century American literature.
Besides the introduction of the ELD series, Hydac has also been busy ramping up for the launch of its ELH series coolers.
Warner calls "overwriting" in "Elevation of the Novel in England: Hegemony and Literary History," ELH 59.