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  • Life Lines: Stem Cell Research In a Globalized World 

    Ellison, Brooke Mackenzie (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-May-12)
    Matters of science traditionally have been looked at from two sociological perspectives. The Sociology of Scientific Knowledge (SSK) argues that science is similar to other socially constructed phenomena, and is a product ...
  • The Life Of a Poem 

    Jefts, Susan (2001)
  • Life on the Hudson, A Shad's-Eye View: MFA Thesis - Painting and Drawing 

    Miller, Edward Bear (2016-05)
    The four canvases in the thesis exhibition interweave my notions of river life and human consciousness. They demonstrate a love for oil painting and the history of art while calling into question aesthetic conventions and ...
  • "Life Supports" by Samuel French Morse 

    Weil, James L. (publisher) (2000)
    American
  • Life's A Beach 

    Nuzzo-Morgan, Tammy Jean (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-Aug-12)
    Abstract of the Thesis Life's A Beach by Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing & Literature Stony Brook University 2012 I think the best abstract I could propose is the words by much finer poets than ...
  • A Life-cycle Analysis of Retirement Savings and Portfolio Choices: Optimal Asset Allocation and Location with Taxable and Tax-Deferred Investment 

    Li, Zhe (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-May-10)
    The expansion of Defined Contribution (DC) pensions provides households with an opportunity to save and make investments in a tax-favored fashion. Participants in the DC plans can enjoy the tax benefit from their contributions ...
  • The Light / The Trees 

    Leary, Daniel (1996)
    American, b. 1955
  • "The Light by the Barn" by William Stafford 

    Engdahl, Lee (1990)
    American
  • A Light-Sharing Approach to High-Resolution 3D Gamma-Ray Detection for Positron Emission Tomography 

    Krishnamoorthy, Srilalan (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-May-11)
    Positron emission tomography (PET), on account of its non-invasiveness, exquisite sensitivity, and ability to perform longitudinal studies is becoming a very popular tool in both clinical and preclinical imaging. The ...
  • Light-weight Bounds Checking 

    Misra, Ashish Chandrabhushan (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-May-10)
    Memory-related errors such as buffer overflows and dangling pointers remain oneof the principle reasons for the failure of C programs. Such failures do notalways manifest as program crashes but also as incorrect outputs. ...
  • Light-weight proactive approach for safe execution of untrusted code 

    Chandwani, Anupama Laxman (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-May-10)
    Today's malware attacks are cleverly crafted and cause huge loss of resources. Existing proactive defense mechanisms against malware include isolation, sandboxing, information flow tracking, etc. These mechanisms completely ...
  • The Lights Flashing in Your Rearview Mirror 

    Szala, Christopher R. (2001)
  • Like Walking Fiction 

    McGeever, James Bryan (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 2007-12-01)
  • Lil' Bastard 

    Hayden, Jason R. (2003)
  • Lilith 

    Lilith Staff (Suffolk County Community College, 2014)
  • Lilith 

    Lilith Staff (Suffolk County Community College, 2011)
  • Lilith 

    Lilith Staff (Suffolk County Community College, 2013)
  • Lilith 

    Lilith Staff (Suffolk County Community College, 2012)
  • Lilith 

    Lilith Staff (Suffolk County Community College, 2015)
  • Lilium Superbum 

    LaVerdiere, Bruno (1999)
    American, b. 1938