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  • Author:
    Christopher Saunders
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10. T. M. Brown, ‘Habit Persistence and Lags in Consumer Behaviour’, Econometrica 20 (1952) pp. 355–71. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 11. Friedman, A Theory of the Consumption Function (Princeton, .

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Scientific Instrument Manufacturers Association of Great Britain (1976) SIMA 1974 and 1975 Statistics of the United Kingdom Instrument Industry (London). 1971) ‘Theories of Competition and the British Pottery Industry’, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, XVIII

This 2004 book analyzes state accommodation of Muslims' religious practices in Britain, France, and Germany, first examining three major theories: resource mobilization, y structure, and ideology.

This 2004 book analyzes state accommodation of Muslims' religious practices in Britain, France, and Germany, first examining three major theories: resource mobilization, y structure, and ideology. It then proposes an additional explanation, arguing that each nation's approach to Muslims follows from its historically based church-state institutions.

Personal Name: Saunders, Christopher Thomas. Physical Description: 109 p. : ill. ;, 22 cm. Title: Sussex European papers ; no. 3. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references.

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East Sussex and West Sussex. It is thought to be the oldest human fossil ever discovered in Britain

East Sussex and West Sussex. Ceremonial county (until 1974). It is thought to be the oldest human fossil ever discovered in Britain. Near Pulborough, tools have been found that date from around 35,000 years ago and that are thought to be from either the last Neanderthals in northern Europe or pioneer populations of modern humans. On the South Downs lie Neolithic flint mines that date to around 4000BC, some of the earliest in Europe