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  • Julie Carr is the author of "Mead: An Epithalamion," "Equivocal," "100 Notes on Violence," published by Ahsahta Press, and the forthcoming "Sarah -- of Fragments and Lines," which will be out from Coffee House Press in September.

    Poet's Choice by Julie Carr

  • Julie Carr is the author of "Mead: An Epithalamion," "Equivocal," "100 Notes on Violence," published by Ahsahta Press, and the forthcoming "Sarah--of Fragments and Lines," which will be out from Coffee House Press in September.

    Poet's Choice by Julie Carr

  • "Equivocal" results require a challenge of special herbs or antibiotics and retesting from specialty labs (e.g. Igenex).

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  • Artist Gives Visitors a Tour of "Equivocal" Exhibition

    Iceland Review

  • "In the photographic series of 'Equivocal' we witness unclear events which we have accidentally participated in.

    Iceland Review

  • For an excellent discussion of Wollstonecraft, gender, and effeminacy, see Claudia Johnson, Equivocal Beings, chapters

    Editorial Notes to 'Letter to the Women of England'

  • Equivocal research on the cell chemistry of a protein whose function is still not known.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Equivocal but undeniable acquittal of circumcision here.

    Neonatal Circumcision (Controversy? Who, Moi?)

  • Equivocal about his background and means of support, Lynx said only that he was a student getting by on a family stipend.

    Flinx's Folly

  • Equivocal findings exist in studies that examine whether chromium helps to normalize blood sugar levels.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

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