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2010A criminalistic approach to biological evidence : trace DNA and volume crime offencesRaymond, JJ
2010A critical investigation into the way in which art works demonstrate and contribute to the construction and changing perceptions of national identity in Australia as reflected in the public collections and institutions responsible for collecting and displaying these art worksQuinn, AMC
2015The critical success factors of enterprise architectureHope, TL
2005A CRM technology model for the telecommunication industryAl-Ghattas, HF
2015Cross-market behavior modelingCao, W
2010Cultural care in nursing : a critical analysisSeaton, LP
2015Cultural policy in an Australian suburb : a study of Campbelltown, Sydney, from the mid-1950s to 1988Stannard, PJ
2009Culture and behaviours in the Thai civil bureaucracy : a mixed methods research inquiryHunt, B
2012A culture-oriented framework for BPR implementation : the case study of Saudi ArabiaRahali, EA
2010Curriculum leadership of Hong Kong secondary school principles in times of reformChan, Y
2005Dangerous devotions : a novel/thesisPenhallurick, A
2013Darlinghurst (a novel) & The scarred city : walking and writing in RazorhurstSimpson-Deeks, AR
2009Data fusion in wireless sensor networksTakruri, MSR
1996Daunorubicin kinetics and drug resistance in leukaemiaGalettis, Peter
2015Debating NBN policy : the influence of issue managementKing, I
2015Debt detection and debt recovery with advanced classification techniquesWu, SS
2010Deconstruction and the ethical relation in therapyLarner, G
2005A deconstruction of graded structure and the implications for brands of passenger car and approaches to differentiation, segmentation and positioningJonmundsson, JB
2015Defining new productivity measures for service and network-based firmsScerri, M
2013Defining the bio-energetic limits of Symbiodinium sp's host-symbiont relationship under future climate scenariosSchrameyer, V