SOLGA

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SOLGASociety of Lesbian and Gay Anthropologists
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Zettler and Solga (2013) suggest that the inconsistencies in findings might be due to other variables moderating the relationship between Machiavellianism and job performance.
B., Kramer, J., Zettler, I., Solga, J., Noethen, D., and Meurs, J.
Michael Billington later confirmed that the "difficulty" with Blasted "was always structural: that it yoked together two apparently irreconcilable worlds" In Solga, 351.
and Solga, K., Discovering Great Artists: Hands-On Art for Children in the Styles of the Great Masters.
A more recent case report appeared describing a 41-year-old female with acute liver failure in assumed causal relationship with the use of black cohosh for menopausal symptoms (Dunbar and Solga, 2007).
In their introduction, Mayer and Solga set out to answer three main questions: 1) What are the institutions in which skills are learned and why do they differ across national contexts?
-- Two existing medications--an antibiotic and a hypoglycemic agent--may add some strength to the poorly outfitted armamentarium for hepatic encephalopathy, Steve Solga, M.D., said at a hepatobiliary update sponsored by Johns Hopkins University.
Hopkins and Kim Solga. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Williams, author of the groundbreaking book The Spirit and the Flesh: Sexual Diversity in American Indian Culture (1986), contribute to a scholarly conversation as a member of SOLGA, the Society of Lesbian and Gay Anthropologists, at the American Anthropological Association meetings in Philadelphia.
Solga, M.D., of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, and his colleagues obtained liver biopsies during Roux-en-Y gastric by pass surgeries performed in 2001-2003 in 189 patients who did not report past or current alcoholic use.
Kohl and Kim Solga (Bright Ring Publishing, Inc., 1996), which includes biographical information with a variety of elementary lesson ideas.