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Bronze, free, or fourrée: an open access commentary
Eamon Costello
Science Editing. 2019;6(1):69-72.   Published online 2019 February 20    DOI: https://doi.org/10.6087/kcse.157

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Bronze, free, or fourrée: an open access commentary
Science Editing. 2019;6(1):69-72   Crossref logo
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COMMENTARY: Anthropology and the Open Access Debate
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User-Managed Access
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Open Access = free (!) access
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Open Access = free (!) access
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Free Gingival Graft versus Mucograft: Histological Evaluation
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Entrapment of the ulnar nerve in cubital tunnel by free intra-articular body—a case report
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Commentary. Commentary from Blackwell Publishing about Open Access
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