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    • Nebraska Methodist Higher Education Prior to 1890 

      Pitchford, Douglas S.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1976)
      As the title indicates, this study deals with nineteenth century higher education—specifically Methodist endeavors in Nebraska during its frontier period. As was true with most of the institutions offering so-called higher ...
    • The Nebraska Methodist Hospitals Eugene C. Eppley Complex 

      Picard, William K.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1969)
      Many people contend that non-profit institutions develop haphazardly. On the surface there appears to be no plan or logical objectivity as to much of their operations or necessity for existence. In some cases this is true. ...
    • Negro Education in Omaha, Nebraska 

      McMahon, Elizabeth Mary
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1947)
      Most of us have read numerous accounts of the bitter struggles and seemingly unsurmountable(sic) difficulties which man has faced throughout his entire history. Despite our knowledge of this fact, many of us have experienced, ...
    • A Network Approach to Nuclear Deterrence 

      Goodman, Carly A.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2012)
      This paper expands upon current deterrence literature by utilizing network analysis to represent deterrence relations based on the possession of nuclear weapons between states in the international system instead of traditional ...
    • Network Growth and Efficiency 

      Dudding, Ciprianna
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2014)
      The existing network literature has not been widely applied in international relations. Of primary interest to the international system is how network growth affects efficiency. Knowledge of efficient edges can guide how ...
    • Network Structure and Conflict 

      Engel, Tyler
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2013)
      International Relations scholars argue the structure of the international system is important in ordering relations between states. Both Neorealist and Neoliberal scholars highlight the importance of the system regarding ...
    • Neurally Released Nitric Oxide does not Oppose Reflex Cholinergic Contraction of Airway Smooth Muscle in Dogs 

      Brummel, Nathan Edward
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2001)
      When afferent nerve endings in the airway detect a foreign substance, centrally mediated reflexes, acting through cholinergic parasympathetic efferents, contract airway smooth muscle. It has been proposed that these efferents ...
    • Neutron Activation Analysis of Zinc in Biological Samples 

      Haven, Mary Clare
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1964)
      Although zinc in biological samples has been determined previously by neutron activation analysis, the methods have been time consuming and involve post irradiation separations with remote control handling. Banks, et al, ...
    • New Insights into the Mechanism of Alport Glomerular and Tubulointerstitial Pathogenesis 

      Rodgers, Kathryn Dianne
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2001)
      Alport syndrome is a hereditary disease that is manifested in the eyes, ears, and kidneys. Patients with Alport syndrome die of end-stage renal failure making the kidney the most critical of the affected organs. Using a ...
    • A New Method for the Analysis of Carbohydrates by Means of Vanillin in Acid Medium 

      Becker, William W.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1956)
      Sugars have probably been looked upon with more interest than any other class of organic compounds. From the analytical standpoint there has been an abundant amount of excellent work. Brown and Zerban (l) mention that the ...
    • A New Method for the Qualitative and Quantitative Determination of Ketone Bodies in the Biologic Organism Based on the Reaction of Vanillin in Alkaline Solution 

      Taterka, Michael
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1950)
      In 1900, Fabinyi (1) investigated a colored complex which resulted when acetone was added to salicylaldehyde in strong alkali, and found it to he dihydroxydibenzene acetone. A qualitative test based on this reaction was ...
    • New Products and Consumer Acceptance a Qualitative Analysis 

      Ladd, Thomas F.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1967)
      In the process of developing a product for production and marketing, most industries have concentrated upon improving the technical excellence of engineering which goes into a product. What has not received sufficient ...
    • A New Spectrophotometric Method for the Estimation of 3-Beta-Hydroxy-Sterols 

      Sahagian, Benjamin
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1959)
      In recent years a great deal of attention has been focused ip on lipid metabolism and in particular upon cholesterol metabolism. Therefore the estimation of cholesterol and its esters in body fluids has assumed prime ...
    • A New Type of Spanish Manual, for Use in Secondary Schools, Featuring Original Material in the Form of Letters, Sales Talks, Advertisements and Specifications 

      Mahoney, May Lenore
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1931)
      It is only in recent times that Spanish has taken its place properly alongside of French and German. In the year 1766 Paul Fook gave at Harvard the first lesson in Spanish ever given in the United States. However, the real ...
    • Newman and the Principle of Development 

      Keeler, Laura Mary R.S.C.J.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1931)
      Christianity and Catholicity are, in the history of pre-Reformation England, as they are in their own nature, convertible terms. When England emerged from paganism into Gospel light, it was Catholicity which the young and ...
    • Newman's Love of Nature as an Index of His Spirituality 

      Dunn, Maria Caritas S.C.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1935)
      John Henry Cardinal Newman was horn in London, February 21, 1801. His father wa3 a banker; his mother was Jemima Froudrinier, descended from a well-known Huguenot family. He attended Ealing, a school for boys, and there ...
    • Newman: The Mainspring of the Oxford Movement 

      Roemer, Mary Ignatiana
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1929)
      The great Oxford Movement, the history of which is ever a subject of keenest interest and deepest study, resulted from a number of causes. According to the Royal Commission on Ecclesiastical Discipline, 1906, this famous ...
    • Nichiren Shoshu Soka Gakkai: The Fusion of Religion and Politics in Contemporary Japan 

      Humeston, Helen
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1969)
      From primitive times until the present era, the historical development of Japan has, in large measure, been determined by the convergence of religion and politics. The earliest rulers of Japan, the chieftains of the Yamato ...
    • The NIT: Proposed Federal Schemes Versus Existing State Tax-Credit Plans 

      Lanphier, James R.
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 1976)
      The Negative Income Tax (NIT) is a relatively new and virgin approach to the eradication of poverty in the United States. This approach has been viewed by some authorities as just one more program to be added to the roster ...
    • The Nocturnal Low-Level Jet in Tropical West Africa: Generation and Representation in Various Data Archives 

      Rife, Adam
      (Creighton University: Omaha, Nebraska, 2012)
      Like many regions, tropical West Africa often experiences a low-level jet stream after sunset. In general, such jets are believed to be produced as a response to the sudden decrease in turbulence in the boundary layer ...