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Theses/Dissertations from 1975
Inhibition of fumarylacetoacetate fumaryl hydrolase by p-mercuribenzoate and cyanide., Monica Palcic. Nagainis
Internal-external control and attitude toward disability., Kathleen. Navarre
The effects of rate of presentation and stimulus mode on free recall., Dorothy M. Newman
Development of a new heuristic method for assembly line balancing., Mohammed Tahir. Omar
The restructuring of Ontario local government., Hilary G. Payne
Brain reward and brain seizure systems : an anatomical connection in the rat., Rymantas. Petrauskas
Woman's participation in sporting activities as an indicator of femininity and cultural evolution in Toronto, 1910 to 1920., Marian Irene. Pitters-Caswell
Adult women students and their homemaker peers., Dirjana. Ristic
The psychological well being of elderly individuals in an institutional setting., Stephen M. Roberts
SOME DYNAMIC MIXED BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS IN LINEAR VISCOELASTICITY., GARY CHARLES WESLEY. SABIN
Development patterns of Jamaica and Manchester Parish since emancipation., D. N. R. Samaranayaka