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Fri Mar 21 17:12:36 2014 UTClccn-n800163450.00Investigations of palaeoenvironments in the Upper Thames Valley, Oxfordshire0.771.00Three52637453n 80016345398772Robinson, M. A. (Mark A.)lccn-nr94026739Allen, T. G.(Tim G.)1955-lccn-n80016346Lambrick, Georgelccn-no2010000057Wachnik, Magdalenalccn-nb2004315090Lorimer, Peter1978-lccn-n82021238Oxford Archaeological Unitnp-kemp,philipKemp,Philiplccn-nr95009326Vázquez, Luisnp-justus, davidJustus, Davidnp-killpack, steveKillpack, Stevelccn-no00087572Archaeology Data ServiceRobinson, Mark(Mark A.)FictionHistoryExcavations (Archaeology)EnglandPlant remains (Archaeology)England--FarmoorRomansIron ageAntiquitiesAntiquities, PrehistoricEngland--Thames ValleyPrehistoric peoplesEngland--Mingies Ditch SiteEarthworks (Archaeology)HospitalsArchaeologyParentingFather and childFootball--Social aspectsSedimentologyMineralogyGeologyEngland--Windrush ValleyEngland--OxfordshireSex changeGender identity disorders197919811983199320042007200820091081013936.2576GN780.22.G7ocn234178157542ocn182663763book20090.93Lambrick, GeorgeThe Thames through time : the archaeology of the grave terraces of the Upper and Middle Thames : the Thames Valley in late prehistory, 1500 BC-AD 50+-+1427149045362ocn030029004book19930.76Allen, T. GThe prehistoric landscape and Iron Age enclosed settlement at Mingies Ditch, Hardwick-with-Yelford, Oxon.61ocn756594394book20080.10Robinson, MarkTwin Motives: Deceptive hearts, dark secretsFiction+-+481714151632ocn271820951com19790.88Lambrick, GeorgeIron Age and Roman riverside settlements at Farmoor, Oxfordshire31ocn566017406book20080.23Justus, DavidBecome a touchdown dad : turn your love of football into a winning parenting style21ocn556527087book1981Robinson, MarkInvestigations of palaeoenvironments in the Upper Thames Valley, Oxfordshire11ocn500221901book2007Robinson, MarkAutomated de-novo prediction of cis-regulatory binding sites in putative regulatory sequences11ocn234178157visu20071.00Three11ocn808244713visu2004My mum is my dadDocumentary following the lives of two fathers, Clive Williams and Stephen Robinson, who have undergone gender reassignment. Both men suffered from Gender Identity Disorder from an early age and are now respectively Cheryl and Stephenie. The programme is built around interviews with Cheryl and Stephenie, who explain the mental struggles and pressures that lead to their decisions to become women. Interviews with their families show the effects of these decisions on family relationships and illustrate how the family unit exists under these circumstances11ocn863521738book19830.47Robinson, MarkHardwick with Yelford : Smith's pitHistory+-+1427149045+-+1427149045Fri Mar 21 15:47:26 EDT 2014batch5941