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NOTE: This is a free TRIAL. Trial ends Sept. 21, 2016.
A comprehensive online database of ancient Chinese texts developed by the D. C. Lau Research Centre for Chinese Ancient Texts, Chinese University of Hong Kong. It consists of seven databases: oracle bone script (jiaguwen 甲骨文), bamboo-silk script (jianbo 簡帛), bronze inscription (jinwen 金文), pre-Han and Han (先秦兩漢) transmitted texts, six dynasties (六朝) transmitted texts, encyclopedia (leishu 類書, from the Wei-Jin period down to the Qing dynasty) and lexicon(詞彙, covering the most frequently used words and phrases found in transmitted ancient Chinese texts).
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This is a free TRIAL. Trial expires Dec. 31, 2016. HSTalks provides access to world class lectures and case studies by leading experts from commerce, industry, the professions and academia.
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NOTE: This is a free TRIAL. Trial ends Aug. 31, 2016. ShipIndex.org tells you which books, magazines, and online resources mention the vessels you're researching.
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NOTE: This is a free TRIAL. Trial expires Sept. 17, 2016.
US Newsstream enables users to search the most recent premium U.S. news content, as well as archives which stretch back into the 1980s featuring newspapers, newswires, blogs, and news sites in active full-text format. For academic and public libraries, US Newsstream offers exclusive access to the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and co-exclusive access (with Factiva) to The Wall Street Journal.
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