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Liturgical Dance - Present Use
... An exception is sometimes cited in Africa where dancing has traditionally been connected to worship, but still placed outside of the disciplinary rubric of Holy Mass ... Therefore, its use outside of Africa is illicit is often cited to constitute a liturgical abuse ... Liturgical dance is often cited as a contending point of modernism and its innovation on the traditional rubrics of the Holy Mass or Divine Liturgy, with ...
Scott E. Fraser - Publications
... According to Web of Science, the most cited are Author(s) Louie, AY Huber, MM Ahrens, ET Rothbacher, U Moats, R Jacobs, RE Fraser, SE Meade, TJ Title In vivo ...
Steven R. White
... and related subjects have been used and cited very widely—his most cited article has been cited over a thousand times ...
Andreas Zimmer
... His most cited paper in this subject, in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, has been cited 323 times ... His most widely cited paper in this subject in Nature Genetics, has been cited 262 times ...
Sol-Angel And The Hadley St. Dreams - Critical Reception
... Andy Kellman of Allmusic cited it as "one of the year's more entertaining and easily enjoyable R B releases" and found it "fun, silly, slightly eccentric and, most importantly, fearless" hroughout Sol-Angel, there is a ... In a mixed review, Jody Rosen of Rolling Stone cited Knowles's attempts at Erykah Badu-inspired psychedelic-soul tracks such as "Cosmic Journey", as well as her vocal abilities, as "embarrassing", comparing the ... Vibe's Keith Murphy cited it as one of the R B best albums of the year ...

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