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Theses/Dissertations from 1970
Bureaucratic-military relations during the military governments of Ghana and Nigeria., Thomas Duncan Greenwood
A study of the planktonic Rotifera of River Canard Essex County, Ontario., Edward A. Hodgkinson
The relationship between the Rod-and-Frame Test and Personality Research Form traits., Rhoderick P.E. Howitt
Collisional excitation transfer and quenching in vapours of potassium and rubidium., Eugene S. Hrycyshyn
Stability of blocks below flip buckets., S. A. Husain
Pyrolysis of tetramethyltin., Robert P. Johnson
The preparation and kinetic studies of some rhodium(III) complexes., Stephen Richard Koprich
Towards an understanding of the urban heat island in the Detroit-Windsor area., Imaiyavalli Kumanan
Nucleic acid changes during soybean leaf senescence., Chit-Fong Lynn
Personality, perceptual reactance, and arousal., Angus McDonald
An alphanumeric text generator for a computer display., William E. Mennie
Digital simulation of a production line., Jorge F. Merino