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Clements, Jonathan. The Anime Encyclopedia: A Century of Japanese Animation. 3rd revised ed., Stone Bridge Press, 2015.
Gouveia, Sidney, et al. "Forest Structure Drives Global Diversity of Primates." Journal of Animal Ecology, vol. 83, no. 6, Nov. 2014, pp. 1523-30.
Greenhouse, Steven. "Strong Voice in the Fast-Food Fight for $15 an Hour." The New York Times, 5 Dec. 2014, pp. B1(L).
Belton, John. "Painting by Numbers: The Digital Intermediate." Film Quarterly, vol. 61, no. 3, Spring 2008, pp. 58-65.
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