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Theses/Dissertations from 1975
STEADY MAGNETO AND ELECTROMAGNETO FLUID DYNAMIC FLOWS., HENRY E. TOEWS
Characteristics of children's note taking and its effect on the recall of prose., Paul Joseph John. Tumolo
Lattice parameter changes in thin films., Angelo. Yializis
Theses/Dissertations from 1974
Magnetic after-effect in transformer steel and other magnetic alloys., Jamaluddin. Ahmed
Effect of ascorbic acid sulfate on macromolecular synthesis and early morphogenesis of sea urchin embryos., Kandavanam. Balasubramaniam
A study of adoption breakdowns in Ontario., Mary Rose. Beaudry
A study on the location of importers in Canada., Chew Ee Kwa. Chan
The function of the tavern in Toronto 1834 to 1875, with special reference to sport., Howard Angus. Christie
Economic integration among less-developed countries., Graham. Clayton
Fertility and female status: Barbados, 1960--1970., Richard J. Day