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This online database contains the full-text of PhD dissertations and Masters’ theses of University of Windsor students from 1954 forward.
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Theses/Dissertations from 1964
The effect of social isolation in sensory deprivation on ego-functioning and perception., David Ralph H. Evans Cole
Buckling strength of frames under primary bending., James M. Douglas
Continuous folded plate structures under uniform load., Paul P. Fazio
The structure and theme of Thomas Middleton's "A Fair Quarrel"., David M. Holmes
A Historical Survey Of The Town Of Walkerville Ontario, 1858-1922, Including An Evaluation Of The Influence Of Hiram Walker And His Sons In The Growth And Development Of The Town Until 1922, Ronald G. Hoskins
The satires of John Donne., Henry D. Janzen
A new non-magnetic time-of-flight mass spectrometer., Emil S. Koteles
Studies of unimolecular reactions., Michael J. Krech
A kinetic study of tin dissolution., Alex W. K. Lui
A new time-of-flight mass spectrometer., Richard M. Lum
The novels of William Golding: A dominance of theme., A. A. MacKinnon
An investigation into synthetic routes to optically active trityl systems., Joseph M. Prokipcak