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• #### The geology of the central Apennines and foreland basin, Italy. (Volumes I and II) ﻿

(1988)
Seismic, surface, and well data from the mid-Adriatic Sea and the Umbria-Marche region of central Italy suggest a shallowly detached decollement thrust geometry for the central Apennines and its foreland basin with a ...
• #### The geology of the Pahranagat Range, Lincoln County, Nevada: Part I. Introduction. Part II. Paleozoic and Cenozoic stratigraphy ﻿

(1960)
This report defines and describes all exposed rock units in the Pahranagat Range, southeastern Nevada. The 600 square mile subject area, located in one of the most isolated regions of the United States, has not received ...
• #### The geometry of low-dimensional signal models ﻿

(2007)
Models in signal processing often deal with some notion of structure or conciseness suggesting that a signal really has "few degrees of freedom" relative to its actual size. Examples include: bandlimited signals, images ...
• #### The good-natured misanthrope: A study in the satire and sentiment of the eighteenth century ﻿

(1962)
The rise of sentiment and the man of feeling in the second half of the eighteenth century is usually held responsible for the decline of the satiric spirit that held sway in the first half of the century under such famous ...
• #### The Gospel and narrative performance: The critical assessment of meaning-as-correspondence in D. F. Strauss and R. Bultmann ﻿

(1992)
The concept of meaning-as-correspondence is developed and employed to demonstrate how in the modern period the meaning of a narrative is conceived as a separate entity from the narrative itself. Meaning-as-correspondence ...
• #### The Gossamer Cloak ﻿

(1991)
In order to abet the integration of the disparate cultural groups of an international preparatory school into a cohesive student body, an architect must initially discover some language common to all of the students. The ...
• #### The grand organs of Notre-Dame and Saint-Sulpice, Paris: The "Magna Opera" of Aristide Cavaille-Coll and a critical comparison of their alterations ﻿

(2002)
Since the time of Cavaille-Coll, the grand organs of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame and the parish church of Saint-Sulpice, Paris, have enjoyed steady international recognition and attention. This is due not only to their ...
• #### The growth of fractures in the Earth ﻿

(1994)
Fracture growth under compressive loading is studied using the maximum strain energy release rate criterion by means of both the finite element and the boundary element methods. Although this approach is computationally ...

(1977)

(1967)
• #### The hardness and modulus of molybdenum silicide/niobium microlaminates and stressed materials determined by nanoindentation ﻿

(1992)
Nanoindentation techniques have been used to explore the hardness and elastic modulus of Nb/MoSi$\sb2$ microlaminates and stressed aluminium and stainless steel alloys. The elastic moduli of the microlaminates fall on the ...
• #### The hardness and modulus of molybdenum/aluminum oxide microlaminates as determined by nanoindentation ﻿

(1991)
The elastic modulus and hardness of 1.2 $\mu$m thick films made of alternating and equal layers of sputter deposited Mo and Al$\sb2$O$\sb3$ were measured by a depth-sensing indentation apparatus which can test the properties ...
• #### The heat capacities, heats and temperatures of transitions, and entropy of 1,2,3-trimethylbenzene ﻿

(1951)
Abstract Not Available.
• #### The heat capacities, heats and temperatures of transitions, and the entropy of 1,2,4,-trimethylbenzene and acetonitrile ﻿

(1955)
Abstract Not Available.

(1964)
• #### The heats of hydrogenation of five exocyclic-endocyclic olefin pairs ﻿

(1958)
Abstract Not Available.
• #### The helminth parasites of the Bob-white quail [and] Studies on the life history of Mesocestoides latus Mueller ﻿

(1947)
Abstract Not Available.
• #### The helminths parasitic in the Amphibia and Reptilia of Houston, Texas, and vicinity ﻿

(1931)
Abstract Not Available.
• #### The Hercules myth in Renaissance poetry and prose ﻿

(1962)
The Hercules myth has had a long and distinguished literary history, to which this study will add another footnote. In these pages following we shall pursue the figure of Hercules from Greece to Rome to the Middle Ages and ...
• #### The Hidden God: A Posthumanist Genealogy of Pragmatism ﻿

(2013-06-05)
Departing from humanist models of American intellectual history, this dissertation proposes an alternative posthumanist approach to the thought of Jonathan Edwards, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Charles Sanders Peirce. Beginning ...