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  • Yang, Shuo (2011-08-25)
    China has the largest numbers of Internet users and mobile phone subscribers in the world, as well as the most extensive peacetime internal migration on the planet. Mobile phone uses play a very important role in migrant ...

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  • Sturgis, Alfred E. (1990)
    During the time of the absolutist monarchy of Louis XIV (1643-1715), the musical genre of the Latin Te Deum setting held an important position in France. The four extant Te Deums of Marc-Antoine Charpentier represent some ...

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  • Munson, April Dawn (2009)
    This study also suggests that in order to understand the assessment practices of art teachers, it is important to recognize that the act of assessment in the art room extends to be influenced by pedagogical interpretation, ...

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  • Enslin, Mark Crawford (1995)
    General qualitative considerations of the social situation of contemporary experimental composers allows a positive view of the necessity of teaching. Comparison of the concert and the classroom as forums for the dissemination ...

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  • Yang, Eun-Young (2005)
    A detailed phonological analysis of problematic areas has led to guidance for teaching English diction at the sound-level, word-level, and phrase-level. For teaching segmentals, the articulatory position of individual ...

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  • Phillips, Bernard S. (Small Homes Council - University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 1962)
    Contains materials for an inteview-survey of aging persons and housing design.

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  • Small Homes Council - Building Research Council. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Champaign, IL : Small Homes Council-Building Research Council, College of Fine & Applied Arts, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1968)
    After this basic information, various aspects of the systems are discussed: the base to which systems are to be fastened, furring systems and the fastening thereof, surfacing materials, and fasteners for surfacing materials. ...

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  • Broughton, Janet (2012-09-18)
    Tectonic theory has a rich tradition in architecture. Tectonics can be briefly defined as the “poetics of construction” (Frampton, 2001). Discussion of tectonics has guided architects toward expressive construction and ...

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  • Smith, Benjamin D. (2012-02-06)
    The practice of distributed, networked music performance, involving video and audio representations, is rapidly growing and presenting new possibilities and opportunities for aesthetic expression. This thesis ex- amines ...

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  • Stewart, Kevin A. (2011-05-25)
    This thesis explores how the property of thermal expansion in building materials can be leveraged to express seasonality in hardscape environmental design. Four contemporary designed landscapes (Princess Diana Memorial ...

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  • Bareither, Harlan D.; Fleming, Arthur N.; Alberty, Bryce E. (Small Homes Council - University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 1948)
    The heat loss, temperature, and moisture-permea tion characteristics of nine types of concrete slab floor construction laid on the ground were investigated in a specially built structure. The room air above the floors was ...

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  • Bareither, Harlan D.; Fleming, Arthur N.; Alberty, Bryce E. (Small Homes Council - University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 1948)
    The heat loss, temperature, and moisture-permea tion characteristics of nine types of concrete slab floor construction laid on the ground were investigated in a specially built structure. The room air above the floors was ...

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  • Busby, Kimberly Sue (2007)
    Incorporating both Etruscan as well as Greek myth, the themes selected for their cultic structures may also have been reflected in numerous locally produced small-scale works, many with ritual connotations which highlights ...

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  • Zhong, Mei (1999)
    In the various performances of Puccini's soprano arias, there are often disagreements regarding Puccini's tempo. The ambiguity of Puccini's tempo words and his indications of tempo changes have resulted in widely varying ...

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  • Percival, Donald H. (Small Homes Council-Building Research Council. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1963)
    Explains the three major groups of damage that pose a threat to U.S. homes, including points of entry, how to locate an infestation, prevention, eradication, and general recommendations.

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  • Percival, Donald H. (Small Homes Council-Building Research Council. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1980)

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  • Percival, Donald H.; Eberle, G.F.; Denny, John M.; Brakeman, D.B. (Small Homes Council - University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 1985)
    This report describes the results of 73 tests of top-chord-bearing, parallel-chord, metal-plate-connected wood trusses using various wood species, truss-plate sizes, and two different lumber orien-tations. The test units ...

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  • Suddarth, Stanley K.; Percival, Donald H.; Comus, Quentin B. (Small Homes Council - University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 1981)
    The objectives of this research were to provide experimental data and analytical results as input information for use in design specifications for metal-plate-connected, parallel-chord floor truss designs. The model is ...

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  • Hughes, Richard Daniel, Jr. (2012-05-22)
    Dominick Argento was born on October 27, 1927 in York, Pennsylvania. His oeuvre consists of works in every significant twentieth-century genre, but he is best known for his vocal compositions, in particular for his operas ...

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  • Larson, Andrew Lloyd (2004)
    This document is an objective analysis of thirteen works composed between 1992 and 2003 by Eric Whitacre (b.1970). The author's experience in performing these choral works led him to believe that the composer's process had ...

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