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Vander Veur, S. , Sherman, S. , Lent, M. , McCoy, T. , Wojtanowski, A. , Sandoval, B. , Karpyn, A. and Foster, G. (2013) Corner Store and Commuting Patterns of Low-Income, Urban Elementary School Students. Current Urban Studies
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