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9781904868859 Quantum theory of one-dimensional spin systems.
The material is presented in three parts that present basic notions in classic aerodynamics and related areas of thermodynamics, the theory of the one-dimensional steady flows and the theory of discontinuities (shock waves and slip lines), and the theory of characteristics and its applications to the study of steady two-dimensional supersonic flows and one-dimensional unsteady flows.
KEVIN DAVIES is out to prove he can be far more than a one-dimensional target man for ENGLAND.
RICKY Hatton has delivered a withering response to Floyd Mayweather's claims he is a one-dimensional fighter when the pair met head-to-head in London.
ProActive E2 Lease Asset Management, Enterprise Resource Package, enables a one-dimensional management system of leased asset and properties for enterprises.
Maybe not, because, deliberately, brochures tell a very one-dimensional story.
The main characters are appealing and down to earth, but the supporting characters are a little one-dimensional.
I challenge you to do better and express more people's realities, articles with real meat and substance, and less of the vague, one-dimensional "feel-good" coverage, which frankly comes off as insincere.