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Theses/Dissertations from 1972
Capital punishment and social workers., Frank A. Young
Analytical and experimental investigations of filamentary-composite laminated plates., M. Samir A. Zaghloul
Theses/Dissertations from 1971
Silicon, germanium and tin arsines., John W. Anderson
A Hardware Fixed-Point Multiplier/Divider., Nicholas Arpad Balatoni
The conformational analysis of 4-chlorothiane 1-oxides., Carlyle C. Barker
Labour mobility between Windsor and Detroit., Wayne C. Baxter
The development of childhood friendship expectations., Brian J. Bigelow
The effect of a child's age, at the time of wardship, on the stability of his placment., Brian Richmond Blonde
Part I. The reaction of some benzhydryl hydrogen phthalate esters with thionyl chloride. Part II. A study of the pyrolysis of the hydrogen and methyl phthalate esters of the cis- and trans-1-phenyl-2-methylcyclohexanols in N,N-dimethylformamide., James F. Brien
A graphics terminal for a digital computer., Frederick Wayne Bristow
Population changes in Ontario towns and villages, 1941--1966., Roman Brozowski
Vortex formation and prevention., D. A. Buratto
Risky and cautious shifts---a further analysis of cultural value theory., Valerio Domenico Carlone
The effects of dislocations on the magnetic properties of grain-oriented silicon-steel., Lakshmi N. Chaudhary
Pyrolysis of formaldehyde., Chin Jung Chen