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2004Disabling journeys : the social relations of tourism for people with impairments in Australia - an analysis of government tourism authorities and accommodation sector practice and discoursesDarcy, Simon Andrew
2004Discourse and desire in a second language classroomEllwood, CM
1999Discourse contexts for second language development in the mainstream classroomGibbons, Pauline Frances
2015A discourse history of technology enhanced learning research (1945-2012)Patel, Uma
2008Discourse, dogma, and domination : knowledge work as art and politicsAdelstein, J
2010The discriminating object modelMurdaca, C
2012Dissolved organic carbon in the lower Namoi River, New South Wales : determing responses to flow, loads and food web linkagesWesthorpe, DP
2006Diversification philosophy and boosting technique for trade execution strategyWang, Jiaqi
2016Diversified probabilistic graphical modelsQiao, Maoying
2004Diversity and coherence : a study in human resource developmentJohnston, RL
2014DNA on the move : investigation into two mobile genetic elements in Vibrio speciesRapa, RA
2011Do potted-plants improve the indoor environment?Brennan, JP
2006Do valuations assist residential property investors prior to purchase? : an industry perspectiveMangioni, V
2002The doctrine of consideration : (the role of consideration in contract modifications)Twyford, John Wilson
2016Does interprofessional education improve safety and outcomes for the assessment of fetal welfare?Cooke, Helen Mary
2007Domestic architecture in Safavid Iran, 1501-1737Dehgani, M
2015Domesticating the mobile phone in Kibera : how Nairobi's urban poor are integrating the mobile phone into their everyday livesMwithia, Jesica Kinya
2014DOORS to action and reflectionFernandez, EC
2015Doping and characterisation of ZnO nanowires and crystalsZhu, Liangchen
2013Double happiness : bicultural men - identity and learning : a study of Australian-Chinese men born in the 20th centuryHoy, DM