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Theses/Dissertations from 1973
Patterns of occupational segregation by sex in the Canadian labour force., Shaughnessy Murray Cohen
A sociological approach to intelligence., John A. Connor
Concrete poetry., Jack. David
Ideology in the C. C. F.-N. D. P., Bryn. Davies
I. Spectrophotometric determination of cobalt in an aqueous sytem with 2,21-dipyridyl Ketoxime. II. Spectrophotometric determination of iron (II) in concentrated potassium hydroxide with 2,2 1-dipyridyl ketoxime., Michael. DePooter
Mass transfer with chemical reaction in gas liquid cocurrent vertical flow., Fernando J. Di Pierdomenico
The prediction of drying shrinkage of reinforced concrete members., Omar A. El-Zein
Continentalism versus nationalism : the politics of oil and gas., Catherine. Fellows
The performance of hyperactive children and normal children on a size estimation task., Janet Marie. Fulgenzi
A reverse flow boiling thermosiphon loop : design and feasibility study., Robert G. S. Gaspar
Careers in modeling: A study in occupational socialization., Rose Marie Greve
CHARACTERISATION OF HALOGEN AND PSEUDOHALOGEN DERIVATIVES OF THE METHYLGERMANES., RAYMOND T. HEMMINGS