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Claus Holm

Sleeping through class to success

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Sleeping through class to success. / Holm, Claus.

I: ASEMagazine, Nr. 7, 11.2015, s. 12-15.

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Harvard

Holm, C 2015, 'Sleeping through class to success', ASEMagazine, nr. 7, s. 12-15.

APA

Holm, C. (2015). Sleeping through class to success. ASEMagazine, (7), 12-15.

CBE

Holm C. 2015. Sleeping through class to success. ASEMagazine. (7):12-15.

MLA

Holm, Claus. "Sleeping through class to success". ASEMagazine. 2015, (7). 12-15.

Vancouver

Holm C. Sleeping through class to success. ASEMagazine. 2015 nov;(7):12-15.

Author

Holm, Claus. / Sleeping through class to success. I: ASEMagazine. 2015 ; Nr. 7. s. 12-15.

Bibtex

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RIS

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