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- Surveying householder response to street trees Sommer, Robert; Barker, Philip A.; Guenther, Hartmut // Landscape Journal;Fall1990, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p79
No abstract available.
- Upper respiratory tract tumors in Cpb:WU (Wistar random) rats Dreef-van derMeulen, H. C. C. Dreef-van der Meulen; Woutersen, R. A.; Feron, V. J.; van Garderen-Hoetmer, A. // Environmental Health Perspectives;Apr1990, Vol. 85, p305
No abstract available.
- Our 1997 survey profiting from parts. // Automotive Marketing;Sep97, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p21
Provides information on the annual `Product Aftermarket Research Trade Study.' Detailed information on a questionnaire sent out about product lines, which involves the buying and selling of automotive parts, chemicals, and accessories; Results from questionnaires sent out to over 4,000 outlets.
- Retailers failing to manage real estate. // Automotive Marketing;Nov97, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p44
Provides information on a survey released by the International Council of Shopping Centers, Walnut Creek, California which focuses on financial risk experienced by retailers who are failing to adequately managed existing real estate needs. From whom the information was obtained from; Comments...
- Students Speak Out. // Current Health 1;Feb2008, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p4
This article presents the findings of a survey of the biggest problems encountered by seventh- and eighth-grade students in the U.S., conducted by Harris Interactive.
- The comparative survey of freedom: Experiences and suggestions. Gastil, Raymond Duncan // Studies in Comparative International Development;Spring90, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p25
Describes the Comparative Survey of Freedom based on its article form from 1975 to 1989 and from its book form from 1978 to 1989. Annual rating of independent states and dependent territories; Mechanics of rating system; Format; Survey criteria.
- Drug and tobacco use among US teens continues to rise. Landay, Jonathan S. // Christian Science Monitor;12/20/96, Vol. 89 Issue 19, p3
Reports that according to a survey conducted by the federal Department of Health and Human Services by University of Michigan researchers, the use of drugs and tobacco among high school students in the United States are rising. More eighth and tenth graders smoking marijuana and cigarettes;...
- The name game. // Electrical World;Jan1998, Vol. 212 Issue 1, p6
Reports that according to the 17th annual Interbrand Corporate Name Change Survey, 185 publicly held companies changed their corporate names in 1997. Reference to the percentage increase in 1996; Amount of energy companies who changed their names; Things to look for in 1998; Comments from...
- 1998 IIAANY Technology Survey. // Forum (10566937);Apr98, Issue 191, p30
Presents information on the `1998 Independent Insurance Agents Association of New York (IIAANY) Technology Survey.' Objectives of the survey; Average number of persons involved in the survey; Categories of the survey.
- 1998 IIAANY Technology Survey. // Forum (10566937);Apr98, Issue 191, following p30
Presents the results of the `1998 Independent Insurance Agents of New York Survey.' What findings of survey indicate; Average number of agencies which use a computerized management system; Factors which influenced the automation of agencies.