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Theses/Dissertations from 1972
The behaviour and ultimate carrying capacity of beam -columns., Ahmed Afifi Aglan
The uncatalyzed oxidation of toluene by sulphur dioxide., Waseem. Akhtar
Influence of turbulence on BOD progression., Hamdy Ibrahim Ali
A Markovian identification scheme for nonlinear systems., Md. Abdul. Baqui
Validation study of a picture-preference test of addictive traits., Paul Edgar. Bégin
Testing prospective adoptive parents' child-rearing attitudes., Donald J. Bevan
A study of factors related to foster home stability., William J. Charron
Kashmir as a factor in India's relations with the superpowers in the 1950s., Valence. Cheltenham
Kinetic and thermodynamic studies of some rhodium cyclam complexes., Henry Hsiao-Liang. Chung
Homosexuality as a criterion predictor of psychopathology and emotional adjustment in non-patient males expressing varying degrees of homosexual behavior and preference as compared to exclusively heterosexual males., Thomas R. Clark
The role of attention in "lie-detection"., David A. Day
Cylindrical shells made of corrugated sheets., M. N. El-Atrouzy