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||Low resistance metal semiconductor contacts : low power nano-electronics and sensing
||LR(k) sparse-parsers and their optimisation
||Rushby, John Martin
||L-thyroxine therapy in subclinical hypothyroidism - effect on cardiovascular risk factors, endothelial function and patient-reported outcomes /
||Razvi, Salman Syed
||M3 strategic decision-making under uncertainty : modes, models, & momentum
||The machinery of eviction : bailiffs, power, resistance and eviction enforcement practices in England and Wales
||Baker, Alexander George.
||The machining of rock materials.
||Allington, Andrew V.
||A macroecological study of Caribbean parrotfishes
||Nugraha, Wahyu Andy
||Macroeconomic adjustments and oil revenue fluctuations :the case of Iran 1960-1990
||Arman, Sayyed Aziz
||Macroeconomic variables, oil prices and seasonality :three key issues empirically investigated for Islamic stock market indices
||Abalala, Turki Shjaan
||Macro-prudential financial regulation of banks after the crisis of 2008
||Metzing, Peter Christian
||Madness in the text : a study of Simone de Beauvoir’s writing practice
||Holland, Alison Teresa
||Magic Land design and the use of interactive tabletops in non-directive play therapy with primary school children :to play or not to play?
||Perera, Dayantha Shreshta
||A magnet assisted segmental rotor switched reluctance machine suitable for fault tolerant aerospace applications
||Magnetic fields, cosmic rays and synchrotron emission in spiral galaxies
||Magnetoconvection in sunspot umbrae :steady and oscillatory localised states
||Magnetometric techniques for the measurement of initial susceptibility and for non-contact sensing of displacement
||Maimed rites, wand'ring ghosts, and a slave to memory :Elizabethan dramatic responses to the Reformation
||Crow, Caroline Lynda Marie
||Maintaining consistency in client-server database systems with client-side caching
||The maintenance of mutual understanding in online second language talk
||Making Byker : the situated, amateur practices of a citizen architect
||Longfield, James David