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Dutch Birding

Dutch birds, ornithological journal published by the Dutch birding Association. Its editor-Arnoud van den Berg. It was first published in 1979. Journal of English and Dutch edition. It includes articles on trends in the taxonomy of the series, ma ...

                                               

EG (magazine)

For example, it is a magazine that publishes endgame studies and discusses various aspects of the endgame in chess. The letters "EG" means "end game", as well as the Latin phrase exempli gratia not. While many chess magazines include sections for ...

                                               

Ecology (journal)

Ecology is a scientific journal publishing research and synthesis papers in the field of ecology. It was founded in 1920 as a continuation of the vegetable world, and published by the ecological society of America. According to the journal citati ...

                                               

Edge (magazine)

The magazine was launched in October 1993, Steve Jarratt, a long-time video games journalist who has launched several other magazines for future. Artwork for the cover of the magazines 100th issue was specially provided Shigeru Miyamoto. In the 2 ...

                                               

Empire (film magazine)

Empire is a British film magazine published monthly by Bauer media for consumers of Hamburg-based Bauer Media Group. From the first issue in July 1989 the magazine was edited by Barry McIlheney and published by emap company. Bauer resources acqui ...

                                               

Emu (journal)

EMU, subtitled Austral Ornithology, is the peer-reviewed scientific journal of BirdLife Australia. The journal was founded in 1901 and is the oldest ornithological journal published in Australia. The current editor in chief is Kate Buchanan. The ...

                                               

Eulenspiegel (magazine)

Eulenspiegel – Das Satiremagazin-German humor and satirical magazine. It is published by Eulenspiegel GmbH in Berlin. This is one of three East German magazines survived after the reunification of Germany. Two other Das shop and Guter rat.

                                               

Eurasia, Rivista di Studi Geopolitici

The Eurasia is an Italian quarterly journal of geopolitics founded in 2004. She was launched Tiberio Graziani until December 2011, the directionship was taken by Claudio Mutti, which is also the publisher.

                                               

Evolution (journal)

Evolution: international journal of organic evolution, monthly scientific journal that publishes significant new results of empirical or theoretical investigations concerning facts, processes, mechanics, or concepts of evolutionary phenomena and ...

                                               

Film (Polish magazine)

The film is a monthly Polish magazine devoted to cinema. It has been in publication since 1946, originally as a bimonthly publication. The founders were Jerzy Gizycki, Peter Zbigniew Tadeusz Kowalski, and Leon will be able to find a. Since Septem ...

                                               

Flex (magazine)

Founded in 1983 by a canadian entrepreneur Joe Weider, local versions of essentially the US content with ads in local Newspapers are published worldwide, in countries such as the UK and Australia. The main issue was published in April 1983, and p ...

                                               

Focus (German magazine)

The emphasis is on German language news magazine Hubert Burda media. Established in 1993 as an alternative to der Spiegel weekly news magazine, beginning with the 2015 edition, with its headquarters in Germanys capital Berlin. Along Spiegel and s ...

                                               

Fortune (magazine)

Luck is an American multinational business magazine with its headquarters in new York. It is published by fortune Media Group holdings, owned by Thai businessman Chatchaval Jiaravanon. The publication was founded by Henry Luce in 1929. The magazi ...

                                               

Garo (magazine)

Katsuichi Nagai founded Garo in July 1964 with the help of Shiraito Sanpei, naming it in honor of one of Shiratos ninja characters. The first series published in Garo was a ninja drama Kamui Shiratos, which, with its themes of class struggle and ...

                                               

Genomics (journal)

Genomics is a peer-reviewed scientific journal in the field of genomics, publication of articles on topics such as comparative genomics, functional genomics, research, Associations, regulatory elements of DNA and genetics on a genome-wide scale. ...

                                               

GEO (magazine)

The first edition appeared in Germany in 1976. Since the journal is published in Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France first international edition, Greece, Hungary, India publication ceased in 2013, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lith ...

                                               

HUMO

Humoradio sense of English humor and radio in English was first published in 1936 as a Dutch language counterpart to Le moustique, now Telemoustique. During the Second world war between 1940 and 1944 Humoradio not been published. In 1958, when th ...

                                               

Heavy Metal (magazine)

Heavy metal is an American science fiction and fantasy comics magazine, published since 1977. The magazine known primarily for its blend of dark fantasy / science fiction and erotica, and comics steampunk. Unlike traditional American comics of th ...

                                               

Hesperia (journal)

The Hesperia is a peer-reviewed journal published quarterly by the American school of classical studies in Athens. It was founded in 1932 for the publication of the school, which was previously published in the American journal of archaeology. Th ...

                                               

Horror Stories (magazine)

Horror American magazine that published tales of the supernatural, fear and horror. The first issue was published in January 1935, three years after the strange genre of the threat began with a magazine dime mystery. Horror stories was the sister ...

                                               

IX (magazine)

IX is a German monthly computer magazine, published by the Heise Verlag publishing house since 1988. The magazine focuses primarily on professional IT. In this field she deals with a wide range of questions ranging from various topics of programm ...

                                               

Inc. (magazine)

Ink. the American business magazine founded in 1979 and based in new York. It publishes eight issues in print and daily online articles and videos. Published by Mansueto ventures. Ink. is best known for its annual ranking of fastest growing priva ...

                                               

Inspire (magazine)

Inspire English language online magazine reported published organization al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. The magazine is one of the many ways AQAP uses the Internet to reach their audience. Numerous international and domestic extremists motiva ...

                                               

Interview (magazine)

Interview is an American magazine founded in 1969 by artist Andy Warhol and British journalist John Wilcock. The magazine, nicknamed "the crystal ball of pop", features interviews with celebrities, artists, musicians and creative thinkers. Interv ...

                                               

Interzone (magazine)

Interzone magazine of fantasy and science fiction. Published since 1982, Interzone is the eighth most English-language science fiction magazine in history and the longest-running British SF magazine. Stories published in Interzone have been final ...

                                               

Iron Man (magazine)

Magazine "Iron Man" is an American publication which discusses bodybuilding, weightlifting and powerlifting. It was founded in 1936 by two Alliance, born Nebraska, Peary Rader and his wife, Mabel Rader.

                                               

Hurrà Juventus

Hurrà Juventus, previously known as always, the magazine of the Italian sports magazine entirely dedicated to the football club Juventus F. C. founded by editor and first Director Corradino already in the clubs of the presidential Committee of wa ...

                                               

June (manga magazine)

Jun yaoi magazine published magazine magazine. Magazine June is a Toko zasshi, a magazine which mainly publishes unsolicited manuscripts with a small fee. In June, stories are not required to include a "love scene".

                                               

Jupiter (magazine)

Jupiter is a science fiction magazine and is edited by Ian Redman. The magazine was first published in July 2003. Based in United Kingdom, Jupiter has gained a solid reputation as a dependable small press in its respective field, as noted in SF s ...

                                               

Ledger (journal)

The book is the first peer-reviewed scientific journal dedicated to cryptocurrency and blockchain technology research. The magazine discusses aspects of mathematics, computer science, engineering, law, Economics and philosophy, with regard to cry ...

                                               

Life (magazine)

Life was an American magazine published weekly until 1972, and occasionally "special" until 1978, and monthly in the period from 1978 to 2000. During their Golden age between 1936 and 1972, life was a weekly magazine of wide General interest know ...

                                               

Locus (magazine)

Locus: the magazine of science fiction and fantasy field, the American magazine published monthly in Oakland, California. News and production the journal on English language science fiction and fantasy field. It also publishes detailed lists of n ...

                                               

Lucifer (magazine)

Lucifer was a journal published by Helena Blavatsky. The first edition was issued in September 1887 in London. The journal publishes articles on philosophical, Theosophical, scientific, and religious themes. It also contains book reviews, for exa ...

                                               

Mad (magazine)

Mad American humor magazine founded in 1952 by editor Harvey Kurtzman and publisher William Gaines, released as a comic book before it became a magazine. It was a widespread and influential, affecting satirical media but the cultural landscape of ...

                                               

The Manchester School (journal)

The Manchester school of Economics magazine, published since 1932 the School of social Sciences at the University of Manchester in Manchester, England. Currently published by John Wiley and sons. Every volume of the Manchester school incorporates ...

                                               

Moulin rouge (magazine)

                                               

National Geographic

National Geographic magazine is the official publication of the National geographic society. Published continuously since its first issue in 1888, nine months after the society itself was founded. It primarily contains articles about science, geo ...

                                               

Natural History (magazine)

Natural history magazine natural history, published in USA. The stated mission of the journal is to promote public understanding and perception of nature and science.

                                               

Cosmopolitan (Brazil)

The magazine was started by editora Abril in 1973. It was called Nova. The editorial content of all publications included the following topics: Love / Sex, LIFE / Work, famous people, Beauty / health, fashion and style.

                                               

October (journal)

October was established in 1976 in new York, Rosalind Krauss and Annette Michelson, who left Artforum to do so. The founders of the journal was originally known as the "Octoberists". Its name is a reference to the Eisenstein film that set the ton ...

                                               

Omni (magazine)

Omni was a science and science fiction published in the USA and the UK. It contained articles on science parapsychology and short works of science fiction and fantasy. It was published as a print version between October 1978 and 1995. The first O ...

                                               

Outlook (Indian magazine)

The forecast was first published in October, 1995 with Vinod Mehta as editor. It belongs to the Rajan group Regus. The publisher of Outlook publishing India PVT. Ltd. It has content from politics sports cinema and stories of broad interests. By D ...

                                               

Paste (magazine)

Paste is a monthly music and entertainment digital magazine, with headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, with studios in Atlanta and Manhattan, and owned by paste Media Group. The magazine started as a website in 1998. He ran as a print publication fr ...

                                               

Planta (journal)

Planta is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal covering all areas of botany. It was established in 1925 and is published by Springer science business media. For editors-in-chief are Anastasios Melis and Dorothea Bartels. According to the jo ...

                                               

Puck (magazine)

Puck defunct magazine, the first successful humor magazine United States colorful cartoons, caricatures and political satire on issues of the day. It was founded in 1871 as a German-language publication of Joseph Keppler, the Austrian cartoonist. ...

                                               

Punk (magazine)

Punk was a musical journal and magazine created by cartoonist John Holmstrom, publisher Ged Dunn and "resident punk" legs McNeil in 1975. His use of the term "punk rock," coined by writers in the magazine creem a few years earlier, further popula ...

                                               

Q (magazine)

Q is a popular music magazine published monthly in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1986, journalists and broadcasters mark Ellen and David Hepworth, who was the leading television bi-Bi-si music whistle test series. The question was origina ...

                                               

QST

QST is the magazine for fans of radio, published by the American radio relay League. A magazine membership, which is included in the weight. The publisher claims that circulation of QST in the United States is higher than all other Amateur radio ...

                                               

RPM (magazine)

Rpm was a canadian music publishing industry, which showed the songs and the charts in Canada. The publication was based on the Walt Grealis in February 1964, supported its existence by record label owner Stan Klees. Rpm ceased publication in Nov ...

                                               

Reason (magazine)

The reason is an American libertarian monthly magazine published by the Foundation base. The magazine has a circulation of around 50.000 and was named one of the 50 best magazines in 2003 and 2004 in the Chicago tribune.

                                               

Reflexe

Reflexe-Czech scientific journal containing original research, systematic reviews, and translations related to the field of philosophy and theology. It was created by Ladislav Hejdanek. In the period 1985-89 the magazine were printed and circulat ...

                                               

Revolver (magazine)

The revolver is metal and hard rock magazine, publishing in North America. It has been in print for over 19 years, and established acts and newcomers to the heavy music. Recently, the revolver was restarted, including a redesigned print edition a ...

                                               

SFX (magazine)

SFX, so called after the common homophonic abbreviation "SF" standing for "special effects", British journal devoted to the topics of science fiction and fantasy.

                                               

Scientometrics (journal)

Scientometrics is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal covering the field of scientometrics. It publishes original research, short communications, review articles, letters to the editor and book reviews. It is published and Akademiai Kiado ...

                                               

Siegessaule (magazine)

The city is Berlins most widely circulated magazine "city" and is published monthly, except for two short hiatuses since April 1984. Initially only available in West Berlin, he ran with the subtitle "Berlins monthly page for gays". In 1996 it was ...

                                               

Spin (magazine)

Spin is an American music magazine founded in 1985 by publisher Bob Guccione Jr., the magazine stopped running in print in 2012 and currently works as a portal owned by the Poster the Hollywood Reporter division media group the valence of the media.

                                               

Terrorizer (magazine)

In April was extreme magazine published by dark arts Ltd. in the United Kingdom. It was released every four weeks with thirteen issues a year and showed "fear candy" covermount CD itself, two times a year "fear candy unsigned" CD, and double-side ...

                                               

The Ring (magazine)

Ring-the American magazine on Boxing, which was first published in 1922 as a Boxing and wrestling magazine. As the sporting legitimacy of professional wrestling came more into question, the ring shifted to becoming exclusively oriented edition bo ...

                                               

The World Economy (journal)

The world economy is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal covering Economics and international relations, in particular trade policy, open economy issues, and in developing countries. The journal is published by John Wiley & sons and the cu ...

                                               

Titanic (magazine)

"Titanic" was founded in 1979 by former members and editors of pardon, a satirical monthly that left the band after a conflict with the publisher. Excuse me ceased to exist three years later. The Foundation of the writers and cartoonists of the " ...

                                               

Top Gear (magazine)

Top gear is a car magazine, which is owned Bi BBC worldwide and published under contract with immediate media company. It is named after the top control system bbcs gear television show. It was first published in October 1993 and is published mon ...

                                               

Transition (literary journal)

the transition was an experimental literary journal that featured surrealist, expressionist, and Dada art and artists. It was founded in 1927, Mary MacDonald and her husband Eugene Jolas published in Paris. They were later assisted by Editors Ell ...

                                               

Tworczosc

Tworczosc-Polish monthly literary magazine first published in 1945. From 1 April 2000, Tworczosc were published by the national Institute of the book. It publishes poetry, fiction and literary criticism. Adam Wazyk was editor from 1950 until 1954 ...

                                               

Ver Sacrum (magazine)

Ver sacrum was the official magazine of the Vienna secession. Published from 1898 to 1903, he showed drawings and designs in the art Nouveau style, along with literary contributions from distinguished writers from across Europe. These included Ra ...

                                               

Vice (magazine)

Vice is a canadian-American print magazine focused on lifestyle, art, culture, news / politics. Founded in 1994 in Montreal as alternative punk magazine founders later started the youth media company Vice Media, which consists of divisions includ ...

                                               

Vuelta (magazine)

The Vuelta is a Spanish-language literary magazine published in Mexico city, Mexico, from 1976 to 1998. It was founded by poet Octavio Paz, winner of the Nobel prize for literature. The journal was closed after his death. His role was inherited L ...

                                               

W (magazine)

W is an American fashion magazine published by future media group in print and online. W represents the stories and style through the prism of culture, fashion, art, celebrity, movie. Future Media, the Group acquired of W magazine with condé Nast ...

                                               

Willdenowia (journal)

Willdenowia: the history of the Botanic garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-triannual peer-reviewed scientific journal plants, algae, and fungi taxonomy published by Botanic garden and Botanical Museum Berlin, Free University Berlin. It was establ ...

                                               

Wizard (magazine)

Or wizard: the magazine of comics, entertainment and pop culture magazine about comic books, published monthly in the United States at wizard entertainment from July 1991 to January 2011. It was included in the guide price, as well as comics, mov ...

                                               

XXL (magazine)

In August 2005, Eminem and XXL teamed up to release a special issue titled XXL presents shade 45, and was designed to give maximum exposure to shade 45 as a radio station, and at the same time give maximum exposure to the shady records label as a ...

                                               

You (Japanese magazine)

You were in a Japanese magazine Josei manga published by Shueisha. The journal was established in 1982 and based in Tokyo. The magazine was canceled in may 2018 due to low readership, making a November 2018 Final question.

                                               

Zero Tolerance (magazine)

Magazine zero tolerance is an extreme music magazine published by obdurate Ltd. in the United Kingdom. Published bimonthly, it can be found on newsstands in the UK, Europe and North America - and available on newsstands in Australia and specialis ...

                                               

Zycie

Zica was an illustrated weekly established in 1897 and published in kraków and Lviv in the Austrian partition of Poland. Based Ludwik Szczepanski, over time it has become one of the most popular Polish literary and art magazines. Although short, ...

                                               

A-YA

Im in the Cyrillic alphabet: "a -I" - a journal of informal Russian art, was an underground Russian art Revue. Was I the magazine were illegally prepared in the Soviet Union and then published in Paris from 1979 to 1986. Editors were Alexander Si ...

                                               

Automation and Remote Control

Automation and remote control-Russian scientific journal published by MAIK Nauka / Interperiodica press and distributed in English by Springer science business media. The magazine was founded in April 1936 at the Academy of Sciences of the USSR d ...

                                               

Ministry of Education (Azerbaijan)

The Ministry of education of Azerbaijan Republic is the state body in the government of Azerbaijan is responsible for the regulation of the education system in Azerbaijan. The Ministry is headed by Jeyhun Bayramov.

                                               

Amerika (magazine)

America was a Russian-language journal published by the Department of the United States during the Cold war for distribution in the USSR. It was intended to inform Soviet citizens about American lives. America stands out among the other Soviet ed ...

                                               

Amphion (magazine)

Amphion was a Russian monthly literary journal published in Moscow in 1815. The prose was but a small part of his agenda that prevailed there was odes, fables in verse, elegies, and translations of the classics as Horace, Livy and Lucian. It was ...

                                               

Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales

Annals. History, Sciences, social Sciences is the scientific journal of French social history, which was established in 1929 by Marc Bloch and Lucien Febvre. The magazine has created an approach to history known as the school of the annals. The j ...

                                               

Atropos (journal)

Atropos a British journal for specialists in Lepidoptera and dragonflies. It takes its name from the scientific name of the death head hawkmoth, Acherontia Atropos. It was first published in may 1996.

                                               

Apollon (magazine)

Apollon was a Russian literary journal, which served as the main publications of Russian modernism in the early 20th century. It was established in 1909 and soon became a platform for the debate that marked the decline of the symbolist movement i ...

                                               

Arion (journal)

Arion-journal of Humanities and the classics published at Boston University. Editor-in-chief is Herbert Golder, a classics Professor at BU. Arion was founded in 1962 at the University of Texas, and was revived by Golder in 1990. Now it appears th ...

                                               

Knar Haykakan

Knar Haykakan was the founder of Armenian musical periodical published twice a month. It was first published from 1857 to 1858. His goal was to keep the musical spirit among Armenians alive. He also published music lessons, based on Armenian and ...

                                               

The Artist (Russian magazine)

The artist was Russian illustrated journal for theatre, music, literature and art, published in Moscow in 1889-1895. It was a monthly, but only during the theatrical seasons from September to April. Playwright, translator and theatre critic Fedor ...

                                               

Ateist

An atheist was anti-religious monthly magazine in Russian language, which was published from 1922 to 1930 in RSFSR and the USSR. Scientific society "atheist" originated in 1921 in Moscow at the initiative of P. A. Krasikov, and A. I. Shpitsberg t ...

                                               

Athenaeum

The British journal Athenaeum, a weekly London journal Literary 1828-1921. Atheneum books, Childrens fiction imprint of Simon & Schuster. Athenaeum novel, romance with Raul pompéia in 1888. Athenaum, the German magazine founded in 1991. Daily Ath ...

                                               

Afisha

Poster-Russian entertainment site and lifestyle in the last journal. The print version was published from April 1999 through December 2015 in two versions - for Moscow and other Russian cities. Audience of about 1.5 million people. 2015 Billboard ...

                                               

Acephale

Acetal is the name of a public review created by Georges Bataille and a secret society formed Bataille and others who had sworn to secrecy. Its name comes from the Greek ἀκέφαλος.

                                               

Drum (disambiguation)

Drum communication, the communication device. Drum container type cylindrical container. The drum photoreceptor laser printer. The log drum, a cylindrical container for ammunition. The drum or drum, in architecture, the lower part of the cupola o ...

                                               

Library (journal)

The magazine was published for only six months, until I run out of money. Willa Cather published five original short stories, sixteen articles and seven poems. She also published Peter, a night at Greenway court and the singers of romance. It was ...

                                               

Business (newspaper)

The newspaper was first published in Kiev in November 1992. The idea was put forward by Sergey Melnichuk. The motto of the edition is "read! Think! To do!" The first two years the business was a collection of leaflets about buying and selling. Se ...

                                               

Biochemistry (journal)

Biochemistry is a peer-reviewed scientific journal in the field of biochemistry. Founded in 1962, the journal is now published weekly by the American chemical society, with 51 or 52 annual issues. The 2015 journals impact factor was 2.876, and he ...

                                               

Kommunist

A Communist, by the name of a Bolshevik until 1952, a Soviet journal. The magazine was started in 1924. The founders were Nikolai Bukharin, Georgy Pyatakov and Yevgenia BOSH. It was the official theoretical and political organ of the Central Comm ...

                                               

Budilnik

The alarm clock was a weekly illustrated Russian satirical magazine, originally published in 1865 - 1871, in St. Petersburg, then in 1873 - 1917 in Moscow.

                                               

Byloye

Byloye monthly history magazine published in the Russian Empire of Nicholas Elpidiforovich Paramonov and ed. by Basil Bogucharskiy, P. E. Shchegolev and V. L. Burtsev. Published in 1900-1907, 1908-1912 and 1917-1926, his focus was on the history ...

                                               

Vek (magazine)

Century the first editor was Peter Weinberg. Alexander Druzhinin was the head of the Department of literature, while Kavelin Konstantin and Vladimir Bezobrazov controlled by the law and economic sectors, respectively. There was a strong group of ...

                                               

Vesy

Libra Russian symbolist magazine published in Moscow from 1904 to 1909, with the financial support of philanthropist S. A. Polyakov. It was published by the major symbolist writer Valery Bryusov.

                                               

Parenting (magazine)

Parenting and family magazine it was published in the USA in the period from 1987 to 2013. Its final headquarters in winter Park, Florida.

                                               

Vremya (magazine)

Time a monthly magazine, published by F. M. Dostoevsky, edited by his brother Mikhail Dostoevsky, as does Fedor, because of his status as a former convict, could not become the official editor.

                                               

Encounter (magazine)

Encounter was a literary magazine, founded in 1953 by poet Stephen Spender and journalist Irving Kristol. The publication of the magazine ceased in 1991. Published in the United Kingdom, it was largely Anglo-American intellectual and cultural jou ...

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