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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 1972

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Some attempts at the preparation of a silicon-carbon double bond., Robert J. Seidewand

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A comparative study of personality traits of fatherless boys with and without a big brother., Frank J. Seifert

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Filter design using minimization techniques., Maher Ahmed. Sid-Ahmed

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Air-water turbulent mixing in simulated rod bundle geometries., Kuldip. Singh

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Urban storm runoff : a qualitative and quantitative study., Man Mohan. Singh

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Some Generalizations In Matrix Differentiation With Applications In Multivariate Analysis., Rana Pratap Singh

SOME GENERALIZATIONS IN MATRIX DIFFERENTIATION WITH APPLICATIONS IN MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS., Rana Pratap Singh

Some generalizations in matrix differentiation with applications in multivariate analysis., Rana Pratap Singh

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Collisional excitation transfer from excited mercury to ground state sodium atoms., George M. Skardis

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Density and viscosity measurements of acetone water solutions under high pressure and controlled temperatures., Douglas Stuart. Smith

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The social process of dying : an ethnomethodological study of the mortification of the self during a terminal illness., Ted W. St. Pierre

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Inelastic collisions of excited atoms : sensitized fluorescence of sodium atoms mercury molecules., Michael. Stupavsky

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Cue utilization as a function of type of original discrimination learning and drive level in the albino rat., Brian H. Sullivan

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The base-catalyzed hydrolysis of the hydrogen phthalate ester of 4-bromo-4'-nitrobenzhydrol : An oxygen-18 exchange study. Pyrolysis of neopentyl-type xanthates. Synthesis of some sulphonyl chlorides as precursors for stable sulphenes., Bing-Kou. Tang

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An analysis of the effects of social class, mother's working status, mother's occupation and mother's education on the educational and occupational inspirations of female grade ten students in an Ontario community., Wendy Bunt Tannis

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The relationship between egocentrism and conformity in young children., Mary C. Tierney

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Some internal flow investigations in cascades and axial-flow turbomachinery., A. Turchyn

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Evidence of the doctrine of grace in Beowulf... he thaes frofre gebad., Michael G. Tweedie

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An attempt to cluster MMPI profiles into replicable categories., Michael J. Uriel

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Binocular resolution and the perception of certain sports stimuli as a function of identification class., Jacob. Vellinga

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Study and control of phosphorus release from land used for solid wastes disposal to natural waters., Pawan Kumar. Wadehra

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The theme of the artist in the novels of Ernest Buckler., William Ronald. Walker

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A study of the removal of phosphorus from water by chemical methods, as well as by filtration through a mixed column of clay and sand., Chia-su. Wan

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Openness and awareness of communication during psychotherapy., William Charles. Wilkinson

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The children's friendship expectancy inventory and the prediction of sociometric acceptability., Helen Diane Wood