Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2012.
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UVAP stands for University of Virginia Press (Charlottesville, VA)
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- University of Virginia Health System
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- University of Virginia Art Museum
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- Ultraviolet Absorption Spectroscopy
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- University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (est. 1882; Lahore, Pakistan)
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- Urban Village Arts Series (Lowell, MA)
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- University of Virginia School of Medicine (Charlottesville, VA)
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For a more complete overview of women important to the development of landscape architecture, please refer to Unbounded Practice by Thaisa Way, ASLA, published by University of Virginia Press, 2009, or to Women, Design, and The Cambridge School by Dorothy May Anderson, published by The Preservation Press, 1989.
Ruma Chopra Publisher: University of Virginia Press ISBN-10: 0813931096 ISBN-13: 978-0813931098 Hard cover, 304 pages, [C] May 2011 [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] After reading Unnatural Rebellion, one cannot help but share in the sense of frustration felt by the Loyalists who lived in New York City during the Revolution.
University of Virginia Press [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A fictionalized account of the aftermath of the 2003 Algerian earthquake, Bey's novel follows a woman as she "makes her way though a city, a life, and a sense of self" destroyed by catastrophe.
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Shade University of Virginia Press PO Box 400318, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4318 9780813927695, $29.
Spangler, Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2008.
Charlottesville, Virginia, University of Virginia Press, 2006.