- Papers written by Googlers
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- Andrew Wiles, Wikipedia
Sir Andrew John Wiles (born April 11, 1953) is a British-American mathematician, the Eugene Higgins Professor of Mathematics at Princeton University, Princeton mathematics department chair, and member of scientific advisory board of the Clay Mathematics Institute. One of the major highlights of his career has been an announcement of a proof of Fermat's Last Theorem in 1993 and a discovery of a beautiful method to complete that proof in 1994.
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- Library Homepage - Information Division - The University of Melbourne
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- Littlewood's Miscellany: Books: Béla Bollobás (editor) - Amazon.com
Academic life in Cambridge especially in Trinity College is viewed through the eyes of one of its greatest figures. Most of Professor Littlewood's earlier work is presented along with a wealth of new material.
Amazon.com: Littlewood's Miscellany (9780521337021): John E. Littlewood, Béla Bollobás: Books
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- The aesthetics of culture in Buffy, the vampire slayer / by Matthew Pateman. (Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, 2006.)
"Organized into two sections, this volume offers an examination of the show. Issues such as values, ethical choices and the implications of one's actions are discussed. The final chapter summarizes what Buffy has to say about today's society. An appendix offers a chronological list of episodes"--Provided by publisher.
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