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2016The application of stable ratio isotope mass spectrometry to illicit drug profilingDoddridge, Alexandra Jay
2013The application of structural contingency theory to supply chain management - developing a strategic model for prefabricated timber systemsHolmes, MI
1999Application of the maximum entropy method to x-ray profile analysisArmstrong, Nicholas Gray Garvin
2011Applications of elemental bio-imaging and development of novel quantification methodsAustin, C
2014Applied analysis of team sport movement demands : assessment, relationship with performance and training considerationsJohnston, RJ
2008Applied physiology and match analysis of professional rugby leagueSirotic, AC
2006Applying artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to insurance regression problemsBeinat, P
2004Applying graphic design principles to the creation of print media in a theatre productionHoward, YM
2012Applying phenomenography to development aid : should we recognise and embrace complexity in aid practice?Nelson, CD
2013An approach of change impact analysis in web systemsMehboob, Z
1997Approaching coherence : reflections on a writing practiceScott, JA
2009Approaching invisibility : experiencing the photographs and writings of Minor WhiteSutton, PN
2017Approximation of prices for average-type options via boundsAlexander, Scott Anthony
2006Aqueous deposition of gold nanofilm for solar controlXu, X
2014Arabic- background Muslim students in state schools : an inclusive multicultural education perspectiveMouhanna, LA
2013Architectural modifications : performance assessment of the solar cooling system for a small size office buildingAl-Zubaydi, AYT
2009Architectural optimisation guidance of complex-based systemsParakhine, A
2005The architecture of riskTan, Laurens
2000Architecture-based performance analysis of open computer based systemsO'Neill, T
2011Are you one of us? : an exploration of discursive identity formation in the Salvation ArmyGrey, TA