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Compression rolling of timber: A theoretical model and experimental verification
(University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering, 1990)
This research on compression rolling of timber boards concentrates on the following aspects: 1. Analysing the compression rolling process. 2. Developing the instrumentation and the computerized data acquisition to ...
Appropriation, subversion and separatism : the strategies of three New Zealand women novelists : Jane Mander, Robin Hyde and Sylvia Ashton-Warner.
(University of Canterbury. School of Humanities, 1990)
In this thesis I propose to examine the relationship between three New Zealand woman novelists, Jane Mander, Robin Hyde and Sylvia Ashton-Warner, and the literary and social structures which prevailed in New Zealand at the ...
The development of viticulture and winemaking in Marlborough.
(University of Canterbury. Geography, 1990)
A recent historical geography examining the development and evolution of a winegrowing region of New Zealand. The development of Marlborough as the nation's major viticultural location has been one of the most important ...
The Canterbury Workers' Educational Association : the origins and development, 1915 to 1947.
(University of Canterbury. Department of History, 1990)
This thesis covers the origins and development of the Canterbury Workers I Educational Association between the years 1915 and 1947. Its particular concern is to determine the comparative influences of working class ...
The treatment of childhood in the novels of Charlotte and Emily Brontë
(University of Canterbury, 1990)
In this thesis I have dealt with Charlotte and Emily Bronte's representation of children in their novels, and the significance of childhood as it reflects or suggests the authors' attitudes to morality, character, and ...