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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 1969
Canada, Latin America and the Organization of American States., Jack Orval Kiervin
Analysis of nonorthogonal cable roofs., T. Kumanan
A study of Chaudhuri's equation of state for liquids., Kon Seong Liew
System identification by means of a digital computer method., John D. McGee
Contributions to products of polykays., Pazhedath N. Nagambal
Foreign policy of the East African states., Aderemi M. Olutola
Damping factors in turbine blade vibration., Walter J. Pastorius
The evolution of the U.S. Containment Policy in Asia., Richard John Pilliter
The art of John Hearne: His theme of universal brotherhood., Leslie A. Powell
Tunnel-diode implementation of high-speed digital logic, Gregory Evan Reynolds
A study in expressive motoric action: A simple key-pressing task as a means of personality measurement, and a Russian "signalling-system" theory as a means of conceptualizing the problem., Thaia Roberts