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|Statement||John H. Lewko.|
|Series||Research excellence monograph series (Laurentian University) = Collection de monographies sur l"excellence en recherche (Université Laurentienne)|
|Contributions||Laurentian University., Université Laurentienne.|
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|Pagination||10, 10 p.|
|Number of Pages||10|
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