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" It would be impossible to write a book such as this without the help of many people and the use of a multitude of sources. I'd like to thank all the people who have helped me to better understand General Motors' Electro-Motive Division and the construction,... "
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Charting the Inland Seas: A History of the U.S. Lake Survey

Arthur M. Woodford - Geodesy - 1991 - 271 pages
...the charts by which they navigated — the charts of the United States Lake Survey. It is of course impossible to write a book such as this without the help of many people. Historians, engineers, librarians, surveyors, museum curators, educators, archivists, photographers,...
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The Surface Science of Metal Oxides

Victor E. Henrich, P. A. Cox - Science - 1996 - 464 pages
...enormous literature (particularly in the catalysis field) on oxide ceramics and high-surface-area powders. It would be impossible to write a book such as this without a good deal of help. Much of this has come from colleagues and students who have made our own research...
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