A scholarly paper about a ritual monster of Spain appears to have a monstrously loooooooooong abstract, which you can see if you click the link on the title: “Tarasca: ritual monster of Spain,” David D. Gilmore, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 152, no. 3, September 2008, pp. 362-82. The author is at Stony brook University.
When it comes to student essays, is a very short essay short because it’s short, or is it short because it’s shorter than a long one? Dr Simon Bell, Ph.D., M.A., Pg.Dip., Pg.Cert., B.A (Hons), who is Course Director and Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design at the School of Art and Design, Coventry University, UK, […]
Want to understand infinitely long frozen seals? A fairly good place to start is the classic study: “ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF THE FROZEN SEAL,” J.F. Bailey, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, February 12, 1957. The report explains that: “As a result of a theoretical analysis of an infinitely long frozen seal, an equation has been derived […]