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Boni, W.C. and Kovacich, G.L. (1999). I-Way robbery: Crime on the internet. Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann.
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Chinn, M. (2004). Illustrating the script. In Writing and illustrating the graphic novel: Everything you need to know to create great graphic works (pp. 70-113). Hauppauge, NY: Barron's.
Dick, S. (2000). Literary realism in Mrs. Dalloway, To the lighthouse, Orlando and The waves. In S. Roe & S. Sellers (Ed.), The Cambridge companion to Virginia Woolf (pp. 50-71). Cambridge: Cambridge UP.
Donnelly, S. B. (2005, February 14). More guns in the air. Time, 165, 13.
Menesini, E., Melan, E. and Pignatti, B. (2000). Interactional styles of bullies and victims observed in a competitive and
cooperative setting. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 161(3), 261-.
Duggan, P. (2001, May 14). Texas legislators review use of death penalty. Washington Post, home ed., p. A3.
Fischer, M. (2001, May 5). County restricts the size of flags. Richmond Times-Dispatch, p. B1.
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