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Statistical Analysis Of The Damage To Residential Buildings In The Northridge Earthquake
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Disha: A True Fully Adaptive Routing Scheme
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Parallel Stap Benchmarks And Their Performance On The Ibm Sp2
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Catalytic Hydrogenation For Landfill Gas Cleanup
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Quantitative assessment of the surfability of Pratte's Artificial Surfing Reef, Santa Monica Bay, California
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Making waves: A recipe for disaster?
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Studies of the sensitivity of p-mode oscillation frequencies to changing levels of solar activity
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The individual and institutional factors related to the success and transfer of Latino community college students
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Assessing equitable postsecondary educational outcomes for Hispanics in California and Texas
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String matching architectures for network security on reconfigurable computers
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Energy efficient hardware-software co-synthesis using reconfigurable hardware
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Marketing In Pakistan
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Toward A Systems Analysis Approach To Engineering Education; A Heuristic Model For The Scheduling Of Subject Matter
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Optimum Reservoir Operation Using Stochastic Dynamic Programming
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Accounting And Reporting For Long-Term Unconsolidated Intercorporate Investments In Domestic Companies
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Buckling Of A Strip On A Rigid Half Space With Transverse Pressure
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Interstate Natural Gas Supply And Intrastate Market Behavior
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Libya'S Petroleum Policy
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Recognition Of Unconstrained Handwritten Numerals Based On Dual Cooperative Neural Network.
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A comparative analysis of factors underlying the reading performance of American and South African ESL university students
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Looking southwest at Hyperion Pier from Vista del Mar, showing part of new beach area of 51 acres made by sluicing sand from city owned property at Hyperion, Los Angeles County, 1940
"Electric bleeder", used to reheat the water in sixty oil wells belonging to C. C. M. Oil Company in Fellows, California,1932
Pipeline on the Los Angeles Aqueduct bringing water from Owens Valley to Los Angeles, ca.1950
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