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Y. - Y. Chang, Ferraro, N., Wang, W. - H., Lim, C. - F., Toba, Y., An, F., Chen, C. - C., Smail, I., Shim, H., Ao, Y., Bunker, A., Conselice, C. J., Cowley, W., da Cunha, E., Fan, L., Goto, T., Guo, K., Ho, L. C., Hwang, H. Seong, Lee, C. - H., Lee, M., Michałowski, M. J., Oteo, I., Scott, D., Serjeant, S., Shu, X., Simpson, J., and Urquhart, S., SCUBA-2 Ultra Deep Imaging EAO Survey (STUDIES). II. Structural Properties and Near-infrared Morphologies of Faint Submillimeter Galaxies, \apj, vol. 865, p. 103, 2018.
M. Molina, Eracleous, M., Barth, A. J., Maoz, D., Runnoe, J. C., Ho, L. C., Shields, J. C., and Walsh, J. L., The Shocking Power Sources of LINERs, \apj, vol. 864, p. 90, 2018.
M. Yue, Jiang, L., Shen, Y., Hall, P. B., Yu, Z., Schneider, D. P., Ho, L. C., Horne, K., Petitjean, P., and Trump, J. R., The Sloan Digital Sky Survey Reverberation Mapping Project: Quasar Host Galaxies at z < 0.8 from Image Decomposition, \apj, vol. 863, p. 21, 2018.
Y. - P. Li, Yuan, F., Mo, H., Yoon, D. S., Gan, Z., Ho, L. C., Wang, B., Ostriker, J. P., and Ciotti, L., Stellar and AGN Feedback in Isolated Early-type Galaxies: The Role in Regulating Star Formation and ISM Properties, \apj, vol. 866, p. 70, 2018.
M. Xiao, Du, P., Horne, K., Hu, C., Li, Y. - R., Huang, Y. - K., Lu, K. - X., Qiu, J., Wang, F., Bai, J. - M., Bian, W. - H., Ho, L. C., Yuan, Y. - F., and Wang, J. - M., Supermassive Black Holes with High Accretion Rates in Active Galactic Nuclei. VII. Reconstruction of Velocity-delay Maps by the Maximum Entropy Method, \apj, vol. 864, p. 109, 2018.
P. Du, Zhang, Z. - X., Wang, K., Huang, Y. - K., Zhang, Y., Lu, K. - X., Hu, C., Li, Y. - Rong, Bai, J. - M., Bian, W. - H., Yuan, Y. - F., Ho, L. C., and Wang, J. - M., Supermassive Black Holes with High Accretion Rates in Active Galactic Nuclei. IX. 10 New Observations of Reverberation Mapping and Shortened H\ensuremath\beta} Lags}, \apj, vol. 856, p. 6, 2018.
Y. Xie, Ho, L. C., Li, A., and Shangguan, J., The Widespread Presence of Nanometer-size Dust Grains in the Interstellar Medium of Galaxies, \apj, vol. 867, p. 91, 2018.