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  1. THE IDENTIFICATION OF DETECTABLE GRAVITATIONAL WAVE SIGNATURES USING THE EINSTEIN FORMALISM FOR VARIOUS CLASSES OF GALACTIC SOURCES
    Maritz, Jacques, 2014-08-20, University of the Free State
    A central result of this thesis is the prediction of short period (transient) GW signatures, using General Relativity. This thesis focused on various LIGO and SKA Gravitational Wave (GW) sources such as collapsing supernovae, rapidly spinning magnetars, the coalescence of compact binary objects and ...
  2. THE NATURE AND CAUSES OF SUGARCANE GENOTYPE X ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS: INTEGRATED APPROACHES TO ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
    Ramburan, Sanesh, 2013-05-17, University of the Free State
    Information on the nature and causes of G x E interactions in the rainfed parts of the South African sugar industry were lacking. The aim of this study was to systematically analyse, identify causes, and explore more comprehensive methods of analysing and understanding the G x E interactions of suga ...
  3. How the process of doctrinal standardization during the later Roman Empire relates to Christian triumphalism
    Moore, David Normant, 2014-09-18T06:39:25Z
    My thesis examines relations among practitioners of various religions, especially Christians and Jews, during the era when Jesus’ project went from being a Galilean sect, to a persecuted minority, to religio licita status, and eventually to imperial favor, all happening between the first century res ...
  4. How the process of doctrinal standardization during the later Roman Empire relates to Christian triumphalism
    Moore, David Normant, 2014-09-18T06:39:25Z
    My thesis examines relations among practitioners of various religions, especially Christians and Jews, during the era when Jesus’ project went from being a Galilean sect, to a persecuted minority, to religio licita status, and eventually to imperial favor, all happening between the first century res ...
  5. The relationship between service delivery to low income customers and sustained growth within Capitec Bank
    Van Drimmelen, Govert Cornelis, 2014
    M. Tech. Business Administration ...
  6. The theory of planned behaviour as a predictor of usage of an interprovincial passenger rail service : the Platinum Rail Project.
    Nesamvuni, Alufheli Edgar, 1968- , 2012
    M.Tech. Business Administration. Business School. ...
  7. The use of the isiNdebele language in the South African public service
    Mnguni, Aaron, 2004
    Thesis (DTech. degree in Environmental, Water & Earth Sciences)--Tshwane University of Technology, 2004. ...
  8. A theatre of immediacy
    Francis, A M, 2014-10-09T09:20:14Z
    imagine. visualise. respond. A Community Theatre provides a social intervention. It energises, transforms and effects change within the social fabric of a community by creating a dialogue for conflict resolution. It presents an opportunity to bridge divisions of race, nationality, gender, class, cu ...
  9. VOLATILE EMISSIONS OF PUCCINIA TRITICINA INFECTED WHEAT AND ITS EFFECT ON UNINFECTED WHEAT SEEDLINGS
    Castelyn, Howard Dean, 2013-07-23, University of the Free State
    Plants emit a vast array of volatile organic compounds to which surrounding plants can respond. Recent research suggested volatile signalling between leaf rust (Puccinia triticina Erikss.) infected and uninfected wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). The current project was undertaken to further investigate ...