1 edition of Thermal characteristics of shortite. by Donald R. Johnson, John Ward Smith and William A. Robb found in the catalog.
Thermal characteristics of shortite. by Donald R. Johnson, John Ward Smith and William A. Robb
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John W. Roberts. Folklorist John Roberts is Associate Dean of the College of Humanities at the Ohio State University and Professor in the Department of English. Formerly Deputy Chairman of the National Endowment of the Humanities, Director of the African American Studies program and Associate Professor of Folklore at the University of.
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