(1) It was the first book on this subject since the monograph of L P Eisenhart in 1926.(2) To be sure, it is a worthy subject for a monograph or doctoral dissertation.(3) Detailed notes and an excellent bibliographic essay end the monograph .(4) He contributed the third volume in this series with his monograph on topology which we will mention again below.(5) In a series of essays and monographs written between 1885 and 1900, Freud radically reconceptualized hysteria.(6) There are no tasks which require the conscientious and painstaking effort of sedulous monographers .(7) Academics will have to take time off from writing specialized articles and monographs long enough to write rigorous and stimulating textbooks for all grade levels.(8) A number of different proposals exist for the historical occasion of the letter, both in shorter studies and in monographs .(9) Samples taken by Richardson were monographed by Billings and subsequent documentation was usually in the form of fossil lists reported together with stratigraphic sections.(10) I hope it will encourage the appearance of other local monographs as well as much-needed comprehensive studies of African American religion and churches.(11) There existed until very recently only a handful of monographs on the subject.(12) The species was last monographed by Lambe and by current standards is not well described, or adequately illustrated.(13) This series was established in 1966 to bridge the gap between specialist articles and monographs on the one hand and general surveys on the other.(14) Although there are scholars, monographists , librarians, and hacks aplenty in Borge's work, none of them, as he points out, ├ö├ç├┐ever writes anything down├ö├ç├û.(15) In addition, the paleosols of these formations have also been monographed .(16) During his stay at Kent State, Loren monographed the Devonian and Mississippian conulariids of North America, and described disarticulated conulariids.