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See detailBulletin de la Société Voltaire n°21
Tilkin, Françoise ULiege

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Tilkin, Françoise ULiege

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Tilkin, Françoise ULiege

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Tilkin, Françoise ULiege

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See detailBulletin de la Société Voltaire n°5
Tilkin, Françoise ULiege

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Tilkin, Françoise ULiege

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Tilkin, Françoise ULiege

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Tilkin, Françoise ULiege

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See detailBulletin de la Société Voltaire n°9
Tilkin, Françoise ULiege

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See detailBulletin du Réseau des Médiévistes belges de Langue française
Marchandisse, Alain ULiege

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See detailBulletin du Réseau des Médiévistes belges de Langue française
Marchandisse, Alain ULiege

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See detailBulletin du Réseau des Médiévistes belges de Langue française
Marchandisse, Alain ULiege

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See detailBulletin du Réseau des Médiévistes belges de Langue française
Marchandisse, Alain ULiege

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Marchandisse, Alain ULiege

Book published by RMBLF (2004)

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See detailBulletin du Réseau des Médiévistes belges de Langue française
Marchandisse, Alain ULiege

Book published by RMBLF (2004)

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See detailBulletin météorologique - Mai 2003
Tychon, Bernard ULiege; Ozer, Pierre ULiege; Eerens, M. et al

in Bulletin Agrométéorologique (2003)

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See detailBulletin météorologique - Septembre 2002
Tychon, Bernard ULiege; Ozer, Pierre ULiege; Eerens, H. et al

in Bulletin Agrométéorologique (2002)

Le mois de septembre a été caractérisé par des précipitations et des vitesses moyennes du vent anormalement faibles. Par contre, les températures, l’humidité et le rayonnement furent proche de la moyenne ... [more ▼]

Le mois de septembre a été caractérisé par des précipitations et des vitesses moyennes du vent anormalement faibles. Par contre, les températures, l’humidité et le rayonnement furent proche de la moyenne sur l’ensemble du pays. Concernant les cultures de printemps, les rendements s’annoncent, à l’échelle nationale, légèrement supérieurs à ceux de 2001 pour la betterave sucrière et inférieurs à ceux-ci dans le cas du maïs fourrager. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Bullshit Abstract: From Critique to Reflexive Practice
Van Oudheusden, Michiel ULiege; Charlier, Nathan ULiege; Claisse, Frédéric ULiege

Conference (2016, March 17)

Academics use the abstract to summarize and communicate a research paper’s focus, methods, findings, and conclusions. However, not all abstracts are convincing. Many are bland, uninspired, or outright ... [more ▼]

Academics use the abstract to summarize and communicate a research paper’s focus, methods, findings, and conclusions. However, not all abstracts are convincing. Many are bland, uninspired, or outright stupid, as authors do not always know what they want to say or how to communicate complex research in the space of a few hundred words. They hence often convey the kind of “intelligent stupidity,” which Robert Musil (1937) said could hardly be “distinguished from talent, progress, hope or improvement.” By implication, abstracts are prone to contain and perpetuate “academic bullshit” (Frankfurt 2005), broadly understood as forms of academic expression that meet the stylistic academic standards but generate content that is deceptive, doubtful, or irrelevant. Taking this inherent disposition towards bullshit in the academic abstract as its entry point, this paper presents ten self-authored “bullshit abstracts,” which draw inspiration from various academic fields. Far from denouncing bullshit outright, it acknowledges the inevitable character of bullshit in academic writing (Eubanks and Schaeffer 2008). It urges academics to reflexively consider, and perform, their roles as researchers and writers in view of the challenges they face today, such as reputation management and the pressure in academia to publish or perish; and their complete lack of sensitivity to the odorous aspects of writing. [less ▲]

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See detailBumblebees depend on ericaceous species to survive in temperate heathlands
Moquet, L.; Vanderplanck, Maryse ULiege; Moerman, R. et al

in Insect Conservation and Diversity (2016)

Bumblebees are the predominant wild pollinators for many plant species in temperate regions. A bumblebee colony requires pollen and nectar throughout its lifetime, but degraded and fragmented habitats may ... [more ▼]

Bumblebees are the predominant wild pollinators for many plant species in temperate regions. A bumblebee colony requires pollen and nectar throughout its lifetime, but degraded and fragmented habitats may have gaps in the temporal and spatial continuity of floral resources. Heathlands are open biotopes that provide favourable habitat for bumblebees like Bombus jonellus, a declining species in Belgium. In heathlands, ericaceous species are the main plants that provide pollen and nectar for bumblebees. Although the nectar composition of ericaceous species has been previously studied, data on pollen composition remain scarce. We examined bumblebee diets (composition of their pollen loads) in Belgian heathlands over the course of a colony lifetime to assess the fidelity of bumblebees for ericaceous species. We compared nutritional values by investigating the chemical composition (amino acids, polypeptides and sterols) of the pollen of the ericaceous and dominant non-ericaceous species present in pollen loads. No relationship was detected between the abundance of a particular plant species in bumblebee loads and its pollen composition. The successive flowering periods and the nutritional quality of pollen of ericaceous species offer valuable resources for bumblebees. Ericaceous species represent a large part of bumblebee diets in heathlands, especially in early spring and late summer when the diversity of other flowering species was low. Bumblebee pollen loads also contained non-ericaceous flowering species that grow outside heathlands. Thus, land planning must incorporate conservation strategies for the different elements of the landscape matrix, including heathlands, peatlands, meadows and margins. © 2016 The Royal Entomological Society. [less ▲]

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See detailbundle behaviour during short-circuit fault. Influence of insulating hardware on snatch effect.
Lilien, Jean-Louis ULiege; El Adnani, Mustapha

in Proceedings of the 3d ESCC (1988, October)

Simulation of short-circuit mechanical effects in twin bundle busbars in substation is presented. It includes the analysis of the behaviour of end span insulator and hardware during the phenomenon.

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