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The middle atmosphere as observed from ballons
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rockets and satellites
Hydrological aspects of mountainous watersheds1982
International conference on nuclear physics
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Behaviour of tritium in the environment : proceedings
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Fourth national workshop on atomic and molecular
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The Indian astronomical ephemeris
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Heavy-ion high-spin states and nuclear structure1975
11 international conference on the physics of semiconductors
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Nuclear physics and solid state physics symposium
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Nuclear energy :.Energy from atoms-10 copies.Ionising radiation and its detection-9copies.N
Lineare integrated circuits and MOS/FET's
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ISI hand book, 78
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Compilation abstracts of contributed papers:national
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Atomic and electronic structure of metals
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Microcomputer data handbook
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11 international conference on the physics of semiconductors:proceedings
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Tata McGraw hill's course in mathamatics for IIT1995
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Tata Mcgraw hill's course in physics for IIT joint entrance
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Course in elementary meteorology
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Intel: application notes 8080,8085,8255,8251 1979
National solar energy convention 1981:proceedings
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Course in physics for IIT joint enterance examination
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150 circuit for experimenter
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Atoms molecules and Lasers
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International symposium on insitu testing of solids
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Coulomb exitation
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Optical resonance & two- level atoms
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Alonso, J.A.
Electrons in metals and alloys
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Field theory,the renormalization group,and critical
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Physics vade mechum:aip 50th anniversary
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Quantum mechanics of one-and two-electron atoms
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Concise semiconductor device:data book
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Bishop, A.R.
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Physics of electronic conduction in solids
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Electricity and magnetism
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Density matrix theory and applications
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Electrical properties of polymers
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Borg, Richard J.; Dienes, G.J.
Solid state diffusion
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Borissov, M.
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Born, Max
Ptrinciples of optics
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Born, Max
Scientific science
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Semi-Classical methods in nucleus-nucleus scattering
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Physics of ion-ion and electron-ion collision
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Brown, G.I.
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PHD105G
PHD333
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308177

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530.12
530

530.412
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548.9
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530.41

530.15
539.758
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621.381959
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548
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535
539.753
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530.12
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541.33
669.669.9
621.381952
535.84
621.381535
621.381535
620.5
548.8,531.16
546.3,549.5
530.4175
536.7,539.7

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PHD2385
PHD409@A146577
PHD290G
PHD3468
PHD667
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165226@A170279@A174649@APHD254@APHD222
PHD524@APHD525@APHD522@APHD523
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PHD3274@APHD3283@APHD2828
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PHD1634
PHD2355
299250
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PHD2182
PHD2131@APHD2050@A184819
167525@APHD70
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320391
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PHD2279
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PHD2455
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PHD475
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290584@A290585@A290586@A290587@A290588
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177623@A178041@APHD147
136360@APHD310
298259@B37
PHD1970@APHD1101@APHD1287@A127396@APHD1102@APHD893

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530.132
510
537.622
153.6 ,508

539.721
539.74,530.411
621.381952
423
530.15
530
535.3
519.40285
511.7,519.4
621.38154, 530.7
539.7,539.744
551.563
571.4
539.7
621.38173
621.381535
530.15
539.14
530.416
538.3 ,530.412
530
621.38133
530
621.381952

539.14
530.15
523.1
523.01011
621.381952
535.5
621.38043

537.6
538
539.757
541.28
539.752
530

136559@A146563@APHD339
PHD1769
PHD494
92922@APHD881
PHD158
PHD180G
324308
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PHD2465
PHD2240
PHD2421
PHD504
PHD313@APHD314@APHD315@APHD316@APHD317@APHD318
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191197@A191199@APHD1050@A133767@A191198@A191189@A134763
171251@A185928@A177095@APHD1051@APHD1184@APHD1185@APHD1028@A121241@A1666
PHD1618@A177625@APHD1660
PHD93@APHD94
PHD40G
299366
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PHD1381@APHD1388
PHD308
154927@A177626@APHD188@APHD176
PHD2494
PHD1597
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126232@APHD175G
PHD1707
PHD169G
PHD1379
299780
PHD1698
PHD1688
PHD1214@A234137
PHD2276
264713@APHD2399
PHD2175
PHD1963
PHD2427
PHD288G
PHD896@APHD47G@APHD48G
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PHD783@APHD63G
PHD1495
PHD58
299668
PHD2268

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525
550.0151,551.015195
530.417
530.416
574.19282
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530.416
538
620.0042
531.2
621.381952
621.381952
539.72112
621.319371,621.3028
530.41
537.5

72741@A307263
176504@A176505@A176503@APHD143
PHD335
PHD336
PHD784
PHD273
PHD348
PHD362@APHD363@APHD364
290257@A290258@A290259@A290260@A290389@A290390@A290391@A290392@A290393@A29
25120@APHD172G
289340@A289341@A289342@A289343@A289344@A289345@A289346@A289347@A289348@A28
288986@A288987@A288988@A288989@A288990@A288991@A288992@A288993@A288994@A28
PHD340
101435@A101441@A101440@A218189@A101431@A101439@A101428@A196428@A101423@A19
PHD1754@APHD1511@APHD3346
PHD899
PHD205G
620.5
308882
PHD114G@B109
535.84
PHD1356
535.5
PHD2194
530.13
137355@APHD386
510.62,515
97888@A97889@A97890@A97892@A97891@A118873@A305443@APHD256G
621.381958
179957@A290261@A290262@A290263@A290264@A290265@A290266@A290267@A290268@A29
539.7
PHD2053
PHD2054
530.14
PHD605
539.72 ,530.413
160886@APHD381
537.622
PHD334
530.02855133
298244
621.3692
PHD1667
PHD2300
530.11
90707@A90260@A166173@APHD134G
530.12
54226@APHD147G
621.47,621.31244
189443@A190635@APHD668@A18944@A189490@APHD647
PHD2353
523.0196
PHD1361
669,669.163,620.163 285069@A283065@A285071@A285068@A285067@A285519@A281551@APHD1143@APHD1472@
621.3822
297704
530.11
151205@APHD404
530
PHD256
530.11
192812@APHD532
537.6
PHD1869
551.49
PHD521
681.2
278682@A278683@A278684@A278685@A295035@A295036@A218833@A284339@A280988@A11
541.3076,541
281557@A219845@A281561@A281559@A219846@A281558@APHD2185@A289051@A289052@A
500.209
297333
536.401,530.414,536.4187286@APHD338@APHD1064@APHD337@APHD1063
530.41
277853@APHD384
530.13
320547@A320540
621.381952
156950@A217779@A156948@A156949@A156900@A156901@A156899@APHD2072
530.413
PHD341

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621.381

324132
PHD2790
541.34,530.42
105982@APHD29
PHD35G
532.5
52847@APHD173G
535.5
299798
515.353
275232@A307260
537
PHD1906
620.11297
PHD190
621.366
193848@APHD971@APHD1420
530
PHD983
530
PHD984
530.429
294489
621.31244
PHD731
541.22
PHD1224@B133
537.623
PHD1644
539.725
PHD35
621.381952
PHD2398
621.381045
PHD1964
539.7217,541.35
154746@APHD279@A227218@APHD1501
621.991,530.7
216973@A197993@A159668@A157521@A159667@A157523@A159666@A197987@APHD601@A5
530.12,530.41
188239@APHD216@APHD247
523.86
PHD1580
523.18
46026@APHD1581
539,530
76287@APHD73G@APHD74G
537.5,621.38173
PHD1257@APHD1259@APHD1258
621.314
PHD698
537
PHD2402@APHD1360
PHD84G@B124
PHD2430
530.1435
PHD345@B34
PHD116G@B33
PHD2365
537
PHD2361
539.757
PHD2192
530.12
PHD1559@A300927@A295951@A295952@A300935@A295949@A300930@APHD1828@APHD2021
543.31,546.22
122150@A129716@APHD30
PHD2431
537.5352
PHD343
530.12
277292@Axxx
530.15
291585
530.4
PHD1393
PHD238
530.41
PHD395@APHD1383
621.380283,621.3824 230178@A230363@APHD1048
523.2
324806
PHD1111@B2
620.11297
324549
548
PHD285
530.41
PHD203
530.1
PHD1525
530.41
320677

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621.381952
515.55
541.3
530.12
530.42
621.38173
539.7217
530.41
538.3
530.12
539.757

PHD2813
174449@A187136@A187674@A190026@APHD1576@APHD1622
PHD95
296735
PHD122@APHD287
PHD1167
PHD113
188521@APHD37G@APHD54G
PHD1813
PHD120@A126258
PHD1500
PHD24G
530.13
PHD349
PHD2217
539.72
291580
530.417
PHD1448
551.576
PHD1047
509.2
184810@APHD232
530.12
79049@APHD220G
PHD267G
539
296728
PHD2432
PHD2078
530.143,530.144,530.12,531.16
128372@A126259@A126378@A135598@A135618@A135619@A135620@A135621@A135622@A29
537.12
79558@A97602@APHD252G
530.13
PHD383@APHD145G
530,530.12
263573@A263572@A263571@A263569@A105901@APHD1902@B3@A87510@APHD2220@B3
537.5
PHD1229
PHD2235
PHD2215
530
PHD2216@APHD2219@APHD507@APHD508
535.5
291907
PHD1019
621.3
PHD252@APHD267@A228374@A190187
539.14
163957@APHD227
627.042,628.39
190898@APHD819
532.51,530.42015195 84916@A86742@A119086@APHD119
541.28
PHD2416
621.38152
PHD977
530.3 ,530
51462@Bv.1@A97803@Bv.1@A51463@Bv.2@A51464@Bv.3/1@A51504@Bv.3/2@A189851@B3/3@
530.12
190196@A148867@APHD245@A127096@A127097@APHD121G@APHD1145
518
55124@APHD242G
530.12
PHD207@APHD531
PHD350
PHD1522
530.12
PHD994
621.36
324019
530.15,530.159537
149177@APHD514
PHD877
428.3,423
10417@A226327@A116351@A84569@APHD505
530.13
PHD543
515.64
PHD156G

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530.413
512.02
530
515.2433
539.72112
621.3827
621.38152,537.622
531
530.12
539.6011
532.1
541-34
530.13
539.7
530.13
621.381958
620.5
537.623
523.1
523.01
530.427
530
523.1
537.623
544.63
530.132
621.381959
537.623
530.12
530.411
541.721,539.72
539.7
621.38173
512.2

637.623

530.41
511.7,519.4
530.124
621.381045,537.56
530.12
535.5
621.3692

PHD48@B3@APHD46@B1
PHD1740
219007@A286246@A286252@A219376@A219380@A219009@A219886@A219006@A286247@A21
PHD1691
52510@A123990@APHD200G
PHD355@APHD354@APHD353
PHD2231
213826@APHD1712
132898@A306916@A306919@A306918@A306914@A306917
PHD1870
296119
100031@A124020@APHD142G
PHD361
PHD1358
PHD1357
PHD2176@APHD1841
PHD1161
PHD2328@A277901
309204
PHD1812@B89
PHD1852
PHD1595@B3
PHD7G
PHD12
PHD686@APHD684@APHD685
PHD352
PHD1543
130378@APHD131G
147326@A107357@A147324@A147325@APHD216G
288510@A288511@A288512@A288513@A288514@A288515@A288516@A288517@A288518@A28
PHD1636
264144@A264142@A264143@A264145@A290295@A290296@A290297@A290298@A290299@A29
PHD612
115383@APHD28
PHD2076
PHD2129@APHD2133@A277892@A277893@A280071@A284567@APHD2134@A277894
PHD2290
PHD27
PHD270G
PHD3277
PHD75
PHD2438
PHD2420
PHD2411@APHD1786
288492@A288493@A288494@A288495@A288496@A288497@A288498@A288499@A288500@A28
PHD2375
286042@A286041@A308796@A263896@A238951@A286040@APHD1882@A308793@A308797@A
281361@A263554@A286833@A281662@A281368@A286831@A281367@A281366@A281360@A28
277871
277289
PHD2436
PHD2457

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530.12
535
621.36
537.12
539.7
539.72
530
539
539.757
537.535
537.6

308789@A308792@A308788@A308790@A308791
PHD1798@APHD1800@APHD1029@APHD1756@A235544@A235543@A235547@A235546@A2372
298242
291653@A291657@A291654@A291655@A291656
285955@A283971@A285952@A285953@A285951@A285957@A285959@A285960@A285958@A28
186418@APHD29G
PHD2201
321307
PHD993@APHD987
PHD155
PHD1695@B168
PHD129G@APHD1072
501
PHD109
621.381
308821@A308822@A308820
539.7
PHD949
523.1135
PHD794
539.75
52670
536.7
PHD1976
523.8874
306020
620.5
298944
PHD87G@B171
621.381952
263181@A290309@A290310@A290311@A290312@A290313@A290314@A290315@A290316@A29
530.12076
305406
PHD236G
539.725
PHD347
621.381958
PHD1343
PHD1321
654,530,531,530.1
216711@A216611@A216712@A216714@A216941@A216715@A219216@A218146@A218147@A21
515.22
307481
541.3453,621
149161@A149266@APHD500@B4
537.53
PHD360
537.244B
323995
541.396 ,541.224
74305@APHD92
533.2
PHD153
621.381952,621.381958
192028@A192030@APHD1502
PHD2354
621.381952
185069@A187213@A290271@A290272@A290273@A290274@A290275@A290276@A290277@A29
530.12
PHD1693
621.3815
308206
530.12
PHD1996
PHD287G
621.381952
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621.381952
281667@A281669@APHD1829
530.12
105768@A126261@A306904@A306903@A306902@A306901@A306905@A308201
536.7
PHD2275@A277298@Ax
621.312136
PHD816
530.413
PHD2384
510.83 ,510.212,515.0212,515.2
92660@A94317@APHD1026@A226499@APHD617@APHD67
621.381952
PHD1861
621.38173
PHD1166
PHD3605

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537
530
530
539.6,543.0858
539.7
530
530.132,530.413
510.62/510
537.623
537.65
530.12
530.12
530.12
530.143
537.67
621.3
621,621.384135
553.610151
535.15

530.427
660.2969 /536.7
530.12
530.41,530.144
620.5
535.325,502.825
535.84
530.413
530.42
516.36
621.4021
537.622
530.1435
537.534
531.16
537.623
539.72
530.132
515.723
539.7213
530.141
537.622
539.7217
530.12
530.12

148930@A296367
296374
PHD210G@B114
PHD253@APHD372@APHD212
PHD1975@APHD1687@APHD1631@APHD1659
320873@B9
PHD1226
78603@APHD469
278792@APHD1679
PHD22G
PHD107@B1@APHD108@B2
PHD187
PHD2376
277296@APHD1865@BI
PHD2496
PHD2228@A277295
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278703@A306923@A306922@A306925@A306924@A306921@APHD2497
PHD2015
290411@A290412@A290405@A290395@A290402@A290414@A308798@A308803@A308805@A30
227997@A236470@APHD1518
PHD351
324444
PHD701
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291595@A320693
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296368
PHD1895@A306018@APHD3180
296766
161991@A177652@APHD189
150594@APHD000
PHD125
297436
72532@A307262
289865@A289866@A289867@A289868@A289869@A291646@A291645@A291638@A291647@A29
PHD1157
PHD1119
PHD2017
PHD929
288560@A288561@A288562@A288563@A288564@APHD2258@APHD1611@APHD1551@APHD15
PHD1815
300936
280903@A280901@A280898@A280900@A280899@A280896@A280904@A280905@APHD1081@A
PHD68G
PHD66
PHD06
320731
PHD41
PHD711
PHD1884@APHD2073@B1
320691@A296736

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PHD281G
PHD2250@APHD221G
PHD126G
PHD238G
669.9
PHD600
PHD136G
PHD86G@B186
539.7
PHD1355@APHD1131
535
PHD1074
539
PHD1883
530.44
PHD847
535,535.4
190479@APHD659@APHD778
530.474
PHD1686
PHD975
539.7
262798@A285799@APHD2122@APHD2126@APHD1866@APHD2124@APHD2125@APHD2123
539.6
PHD2190
530.41
PHD768@APHD503
PHD36G@B16
PHD2456
530
256271@A235827@APHD2065@B1@APHD2180@B2@APHD2066@B2@A163955@A170086@A17
PHD2141
537.622
320681
PHD20G
512.2
291183
539.723
PHD653@APHD21G
519.4
PHD1015
519.7,621.381952
285517@A285516@APHD1993
621.381952
PHD1994
PHD3604
621.381952
PHD1860
539.7
PHD281
541.28
PHD414
621.381028
PHD397
541.34513,541.0421 106161@A119463@A118688@APHD1324
541.0421
PHD392@APHD1320@APHD1319
531
PHD1832@APHD1513
530.141
320361
523.75
PHD1650
511.5,512.2
138406@APHD2051
PHD282G
621.3675
300918
PHD399
530.15
263872@A263874@A263869@A263875@A263866@A263868@A263867@A263870@A263871@A26
530.15
214967@APHD1720
523.1
320869
621.381952
PHD1671
511.8
PHD545
530.143
PHD406@A133688
620.193
306017
537.5
PHD853@APHD854@APHD855
PHD82
PHD2184
530.13

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511.7
539.2,530.4175
530.41

46600@APHD278G
85238@B1@A153922@B5@APHD292@B1@APHD22@B4@APHD21@APHD09
133690@B2@A136106@B2@A137679@B2@A137680@B2@A136601@B2@A138584@B2@A15052
PHD981
523.1
320479
531
PHD2274
530.413
PHD403
621.380413
PHD2285
537
157432@A158746@A158748@A103690@A186109@A103705@A156587@A158775@A158759@A15
537.623
PHD1654
PHD152G
501
PHD799
530.41,630.4175
135661@A147140@APHD59
PHD219G
535
298909@A298908@A298907@A298910
530.12,530.12015122 PHD401@A291184
530.41
299364
PHD151G
PHD174
530.1435
PHD1118@B192
666
PHD408@APHD402@A148188@A161285
530
320509
530.410285
PHD407
530.1595
320508@A324024
530.15
132994@A132993
539.14
291178
533.293
PHD01
539.7
PHD2523
PHD2366
537.24
PHD1726
511.7 /515
50690@A50691@A25713@A49469@A147661@A291186@A170984@A189206@A191684@A191723
539.6
PHD32
PHD123G
541.369
307259
538.3
321745
631.43
320866
530.12
PHD2278
PHD30G
539.757
PHD1521@APHD1031
548.842
PHD373
536.56
PHD1854
621.38173
232559@APHD1345
535.5
320880
PHD705@B1@APHD706@B2
530.1595
297439
537.56
PHD884
530.41
PHD474@B74
539
149581@APHD262G@B76
551.511
188464@A186601@APHD584
621.1977,620.0078
130675@A131540@A131541@A133553@APHD1060@A171177@A180702@A213457@A233518
PHD225G@APHD128G
530.13
308199

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PHD2248
PHD405
194584@A214964@A214965@A214966@A225799@A233563@APHD972
177303@APHD2286
149176@BI@APHD26G@BII@APHD43G@BI@APHD357
PHD1434
157576@A157577@A157578@A175447@A157448@APHD2144@APHD2143@A287800@A165229@
PHD1435
PHD162G
621.47
212051@APHD820
530.44
PHD429
530.411
PHD1699
530.132,530.13
156913@A156919@A182904@A156915@A156917@A156920@A295961@APHD1539@APHD1541@
621.381952
PHD1115
621.381952
288979@A288980@A288981@A288982@A288983@A288984@A288985@A289463@A289464@A28
530.12
PHD2788
574.191
PHD569
530.41,530.412
296528@A275592@A286052@A286051@A286319@A286318@APHD2210@APHD2211
537.622
PHD579
PHD266G
621.381952
PHD2299
629.892
PHD1049
536
PHD2234@APHD1901@B2@APHD1900@B1
516.36
308781
514.23
PHD398
PHD2459
530.14
PHD1736
621.4021
324157
531.1133
260124@APHD1646
530.144
233835@APHD1024
539.7217
309057
530
192373@A261997@A264346@APHD795@APHD959@APHD1004
539.7213
174132@APHD217G
539.7,539.74
148733@APHD105
530.0724
277284@B1@APHD2377@A277286@B3@A277285
PHDSA1G
530.41
298243
500.5
PHD882@APHD488
539.6
297082
530.143
PHD683
PHD2417
537.6,621.31701,620.1123
154571@A170502@A290356@A290357@A290358@A290359@A290360@APHD1084@APHD928@A
PHD59G@APHD60G
621.381952
215642@A215645@A191056@A191055@APHD2071
537.5
PHD1248@APHD1249
537.5
PHD1239@APHD1240
PHD163G
537.622
PHD1173@APHD1174@APHD184@B1@APHD1171@B2@APHD185@B1 AND 2@APHD1172@B1
537.622
PHD5257@APHD2257
515.35
219725@A219727@APHD1779@A229377@A219728@A219726@APHD1823
511.7,519.40285
229376@A290373@A290374@A290375@APHD1889@APHD1780@APHD2038@APHD2039@APHD
537.622
PHD1176@APHD1177@APHD1175@APHD856@APHD1178
530.413
574.191
621.381,537.5
531.3
551.5
551.5
551.51

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539.7214
537.622
530.41,530.413
621.38152,537.622
669.9
530.0922
539.72 ,539.7234
530.12
539.72112

182260@APHD218G
124902@A128163@A126196@APHD264G
145086@APHD89@A212638
231472@APHD1285
PHD715
308728
233227@APHD1130
296722
PHD233@A55000@A149579
PHD3055
510.62
121286@A127410@A239574@A309240
510.212
308899
535
50023@A50024@A70131@A71961@A87017@APHD1298@A13409@A16811@APHD1301@APHD55
538
PHD1826
538.3
PHD1899
PHD1527
539.757,539.754
PHD1804@APHD1715@APHD269@APHD2082@APHD268@A168943
539.764
PHD985
620.1
291661@B1@A291660@B1@A291659@B1@A291662@B1@A291658@B1@A291667@B2@A29166
621.3 ,537
171825@A190695@A160198@APHD1607@APHD427@APHD1555
535.843
291188
530.413
PHD1827
PHD3276@APHD3401
PHD3606
530.41
277297@APHD2382@A277297
539.6
297435
548.85
PHD2269
621.38154 ,530.7
164673@A164685@APHD1188@APHD1059@A181302
530.41
168823@APHD368@B2@APHD416@B1@APHD394@B2
621.381952
1146
538.3
PHD146
530.1
291201
541.28
PHD1313
512.943,530.1529434,530.152943
PHD2158@APHD1967@APHD2164@APHD2154@APHD1307@APHD1299@APHD1757@APHD2162
530.1522,512.2
193316@A193317@A193318@A193319@A193320@A138031@APHD1755@APHD1300@APHD1090
530.1529434
PHD2161
523.2
PHD1909
574.999
PHD1579
621.4834
PHD661
541.34515
PHD1452
537.5353
PHD1344
548.8
163116@APHD426
530.143
PHD1701
530.41
286043@A286044@APHD2020@A286045@APHD2121@APHD1971
530.13
297335@A296738
530.1435
PHD1120@B174
522.7
291223
523.01
306523
PHD2288
537.622
320359
530
PHD1424@APHD1217@APHD1414@APHD1425@APHD1408@APHD1413@APHD1403@APHD1216
621.381952
PHD2428@APHD2443

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PHD6G
651.3
200599@A200114@A200337
530.41
309364
537.622
PHD665
537.24
324994
660.04,530.11,530.411210639@APHD208@A255721
621.367
308787
515.35
PHD111
621.380422
234930@APHD1520
539.758
PHD1727
546.3
296717
621.38275
212201@A308812@A308811@A308810@A308808@A308809
537.622
PHD642@APHD689@APHD643@APHD748
621.381952
260441@A289530@A289531@A289532@A289533@A289534@A285102@A218276@A218256@A23
621.381952
256874@A289103@A289104@A289105@A289106@A289107@APHD1859@A234233@A241243
539.72112,539.72172 PHD1617@A522652@A16787@A233242@APHD726@APHD1536
621.3813,621.044
138064@APHD586
PHD1642
621.38150288
PHD1696
530.13
PHD31@APHD193G
PHD2450
PHD249G
530.13
108658@A108659@A108660@A108661@A108662@A108663@A106864@A108665@A108666@A10
541.226
PHD1678
539.6
PHD206
530.120285
PHD1165
530.076
PHD2409@A277290
539.7
PHD2281
537
238566@A238567@A238568@A238569@A71563@A123951@A192004@A240885@A240886@APH
530.1435
PHD344@B31
537.622
PHD126@APHD165
530
PHD947@APHD164@APHD953
530.413
PHD534
PHD237G
536.7
121274@APHD1109
531
PHD240
530.41
161389@A53367@A184614@APHD1108@A17817@A12972@A15210G@A126969@A50071@A5303
531
PHD517
530.13
50048@A52583@APHD658
530.41
PHD1459
530.143
307489
530.8
PHD192
PHD71G
530.141
291583
548.842
PHD1221
539.72112
132104@A132105@A132106@APHD212G
531
136618@A136317@APHD1516
531
PHD2795
PHD194G
511.322
228918@APHD2128@APHD2041
535.2
298087@APHD2891
621.3661
275103

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533.2
535.43
510.76
537.67

PHD587
PHD3155
PHD2040@A214494
PHD1694@B176
PHD214G
530
PHD595@B2@APHD594@B1
510
PHD266@APHD418
621.381958
264076@A264077@A263330@APHD2046@A277898@A277899
PHD93G
PHD8G
539.7
PHD159
530.0904
297918
515.63
PHD941
537
PHD1071
536.7
PHD1150
510.62,510
121638@A121661@A121662@A121663@A121665@A121656@A121657@A121658@A121659@A12
516.36
307261
530.12
PHD1719
511.7/621.38195
281689@A281690@APHD1824@APHD1782@A227581@A242834
621.381959,621.381952
242282@A242283@A242284@A242285@A289148@A289149@A289150@A289151@A289152@A28
536.56
PHD509@BI@APHD510@BII@APHD511@BIII@APHD512@BIV@APHD513@BV
530.144
132997
530.13
236128@APHD127G
530.4
132996
530
PHD892
530.413
PHD712
539.7
PHD864
530.429
296123
PHD139G@B198
621.31701,519.4
76392@A255433@A76391@A98935@A117192@A98969@A98970@A107636@A260456@A76391@
535
PHD1997
530.16
PHD436
PHD100G
539.725
PHD77G
530
PHD1076@APHD1077@APHD1078@APHD1075
537.623
PHD1853@B99
PHD547
541.224
188536@A188537@APHD797
PHD244G
PHD979
621.381952
287345@A289074@A289075@A289076@A289077@A289078@A289621@A289622@A289623@A28
539
PHD1508@APHD1449
621.3815324
1219
PHD1350
621.381958
PHD1317
PHD1220
537.6,530.1
PHD2249@A290598@A324318
530.1
290597@A324317
530.1
PHD660@A324319@A324315
531,530.1
98918@A70500@A52041@A163946@A290591@A324311
532.5,530.1
49464@A76421@A243695@A290596@A324316
530.12
PHD441@B2@A324313@B3

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537.12 ,530.142,530.1 71242@A85753@A86669@A88059@A89775@A53051@APHD515@A290592@B2@A324312


530.12
46006@A72939@A72940@A95255@A154750@APHD272@APHD1281@APHD1864@A290593@B3
537.6
133685@APHD501
530
PHD128@APHD129@APHD127
PHD181G
PHD140G@B177
PHD1843@APHD1844
621.381952,621.381958
275944@A289473@A289474@A289475@A289476@A289477@A289478@A289479@A289480@A28
537.622
PHD745
621.381952
PHD1352
333.79 ,621.042
212380@A212791@APHD817
515.352
PHD529
537
PHD1401
621.381952
299309@A299306@A299308@A299307@A299305
530.413
PHD433
539.74
PHD918
539.758
PHD02
621
PHD623@B27
539.740212
PHD625@APHD226
620.11297
PHD1732
530.413
PHD104
537.622
305307
PHD2024
530.03
184527@APHD822
621.366
PHD1365
535.5
PHD1734
660.299
211977@A211978@A211979@A289712@A289713@A289714@A289715@A289716@A300189@B3r
621.381959
174930@A189114@APHD835
621.381952
PHD861
501
PHD880
537
PHD1711
PHD2074
531.163
PHD708
530.4
PHD1000
530.1
PHD885@B10@A290600@A324320
530.12
150522@APHD440@APHD275G@B4@A126209@A129877@A137759
532.0593
190183@A190367@APHD530
539.7
307098
539
299748
537.6
PHD1456
PHD1998
530.13
PHD1728
PHD1027
621.3028 ,530.7
160533@APHD194
530.144
320892
512.5
98281@A119204@APHD926
PHD3281
519.53,510.76
279886@APHD2049
PHD232G
530.413
PHD1825
621.381959,621.381952
217334@A217327@A217325@A217329@A217328@A281085@A217330@A281084@A217322@A28
621.3
296371@A296370@A309128@A309129

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PHD186G
307929
PHD1625
PHD265G
PHD434
535.15
150803@APHD1153@APHD393@APHD571
530.412/548.9
320875@A324570
PHD161
541.28
PHD597
546.37
PHD1739
530.12
PHD974@A214678
PHD1724
515.7
160430@APHD574
530.4175
320692
539.757
PHD1158
535
PHD2333
539.7544
PHD1658
621.3661
PHD963@A173426@A173427@A173428@APHD168
PHD1325
530.1522
320872
535.1
3525@APHD199G
530.413
PHD493@APHD492
530.41
296537@A296111@A290794
PHD1160
530.15
PHD716
PHD919
537
PHD1635@A283973@A283974
530.41
PHD763@A299365
PHD125G
537.5/537.50744/621.38028/537.
PHD1210@APHD1213@APHD1212@A190700@APHD1211
529
291199
530.4175
164176@A164177@APHD560
522.5
277288
PHD250G
539.75
PHD156
537.5
PHD1242@APHD1243@APHD1244
621.381,537.5
280658@A282951@A280669@A280657@A284384@A284386@A282953@A282955@A284385@A28
621.381958
198976@A199641@A195843@A198978@A195845@A198977@A195842@A199640@A199411@A19
621.381528
PHD632
537.5
PHD1561@APHD1562@APHD1055
537.6221
320727
514.74
PHD578
530.143
PHD1430
530.12
PHD439
530.13
130670@A131795@A177935@APHD1633@APHD2200
539,536
280676@A280750@A280731@A280753@A280766@A280724@A280701@A280683@A280696@A28
621.381952,621.381958
264555@A234853@APHD2042
530.41
PHD87@APHD454@APHD453@APHD452@APHD451@APHD455@APHD370
530.41
PHD479@BXI@APHD481@BXII@APHD476@BXIII@APHD480@BXV@APHD909@BXXII@APHD910
530.144
PHD81@APHD97@APHD207G
539.7
162747@APHD1368
535
PHD747
530.1
535.2

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537.622

PHD1700
PHD263G
510.53,530.15
77708@A76889@A149723@A11476@A77708@A76781@A76884@A7769@A149724@APHD38@AP
530
PHD1068@APHD1369@APHD1133@APHD1023
500.503
306021@A306022
537.532,539.72112
227213@APHD1045@APHD1046
PHD215G
535
PHD1067
535.5
PHD1223
PHD04
669.95
PHD548
531.39,530.12
124179@APHD580
539.757
PHD63@APHD64
539.757
PHD651
515.55
174215@APHD1209
519.4
PHD2047@APHD2110@APHD2109@APHD2113@APHD2112@APHD2111@APHD2069@APHD2048
530.15
77394@A77394@A119502@A105849@A126266@APHD1315@APHD1314
530.12
286016@A287226@A287224@A287223@A287225@A287227@APHD771
PHD2363
621.381959,621.381952
193120@A212218@A212219@APHD1362@A181755@A255715@A264028@A212546@APHD549
535
PHD1279
PHD1277
PHD1276
530
PHD16G
PHD153G
530.12
78240@A87880@A115365@A188406@A233706@APHD1629
538
90284@APHD209G
PHD2405
530.144
PHD78@A291176@A118879@A121812@A162034
530.413
PHD1460
537.5352
131098@APHD173
621.381952
290361@A290362@A290363
515.6
1451174@A145474@APHD144
531
305317
539.757
PHD2232@APHD2193
551.56
PHD908
551.69
PHD608
511.7,519.40285
98374@A116283@A116933@A119830@A119831@A121486@A122751@A122774@A122785@A122
510.78
131218@A133207@APHD1340
539.7
PHD277@APHD270
539.7
164596@B1@A132893@B2@A160336@B4@APHD276@B2
539.757
PHD2186
539.757
PHD03
539.757
PHD45
551.5 11
153564@APHD148
621.48,621.042
181850@APHD656
539.7
PHD55
530.413
PHD342
539.2
296726
530.132
167767@A298861@A298860@A298862@A298859@A298858
510
299621
539.6
PHD520

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541.224
551.5028
519.2
537.5

PHD805@APHD620
PHD1745
PHD1208
PHD599
PHD260G
539.7
PHD2011
530
54466@Bv.1@A70458@B1@A70459@B2@APHD130G@B2
PHD2063
621.36
324105
PHD592
530.12
195075@A158099@A158042@A217752@A195076@A195073@A158097@A158043@A217754@A19
PHD182G
530.12
291194@APHD115G@BII@APHD132G@BI
PHD1446@B1@APHD1447@B2
535.15
291332
535.15
PHD2197
620.193
309375
530.13
PHD1523
537.623
PHD1783
PHD1162
621.38152
321430
PHD239G
621.380413
PHD1437
621.38173
199614@A199617@A199616@A199613@APHD603
621.3815,621.381537 116642@A260684@APHD602@A196626@A261711
621.38173
264896@A264897@A295270@A300204@BTBLS@A300198@A300199@A300200@A300201@A300
535.2
296281
669.91,537.623
132837@APHD438
PHD34G
530.143
296740
537.67
296712
572.80285
290777@A292640
PHD2413
PHD211G
PHD257G
541.33
PHD2466
539.754
PHD1367
530.41
PHD1879
539.14
PHD422
669.950282
296121
538
305934
621.384
150327@APHD538
537.622
309373
621.381959
PHD859
530
PHD151
.
PHD1787
530.41
298260
xxx,535.22
PHD11228@APHD1228
530.092,531.1133
296727@APHD2191
PHD38G
539.7523
PHD112
PHD746

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537

PHD1474
PHD185G
530.412,546.31
PHD804
621.381952
PHD2018
539.757
PHD1537@B1@APHD1538@B2@APHD23@B3@APHD08@B3
539.413,530.413
PHD380@APHD737
621.38132/621.38179/621.38173
192269@A192655@A192655@A162946@A260309@APHD831@APHD555
537.5
PHD1236@APHD1237
530.12
277294
541.22
PHD1665
PHD170G
541.224
281567@A281571@A281570@A281569@A281568@APHD1735@A154762
530.41
297923
510.62,510
147888@A147889@APHD130
548.842
132999@APHD432
537.622
PHD694
537.622
PHD1123
PHD88G@B39
515.352
320552
530.1
277283
530.143
320938
621.38154,530.7
288670@A288671@A288672@A288673@A288674@A281544@APHD2098@APHD1187@APHD2097
1PHD1110
PHD1110
530.143
PHD1392
669.0284
177535@APHD780
535.5
PHD1656
523.8
PHD1113
PHD1589@APHD1588
621.381952
PHD2463
621.381952
PHD2810
621.381952
PHD2362@APHD2296
537.6
324099
530
PHD1384
539.758
PHD988
535.42
324278
530.416,539.728
PHD803@APHD802@A94719
530.01
291842
530.12
291594@A291195@A298096@A324022@A323990
530.12
PHD2823@APHD2824@A296732
539.757
PHD1132@B30
533,539.6
160882@APHD133
621.381952
PHD1730
PHD1896
530.02
324149
530.1435
PHD639@B51
PHD652
621.381952
PHD2462
531
PHD561
621.38804
PHD539
531.1133
PHD969
515.35
PHD1353

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530.42
541.224 ,539.6
621.31701,519.4
539
620.110113
621.381045
621.381548,530.7
530.41

PHD1741
119871@A123662@A123663@APHD44
219466@A282898@A284348@A219470@A281333@A285905@A281330@A284354@A281336@A28
PHD2225
305935@B129
320432
281720@A281706@A281711@A281718@A281712@A281703@A281702@A281708@A281719@A28
166426@APHD2499
PHDSA4G
530.413,661.06
PHD1868@APHD1867
621.38043
285363@A284828@A285354@A284835@A284826@A285677@A284827@A285356@A285360@A28
621.3819582,621.3822170082@A211313@A211314@APHD2045
530.41,530.4
297437@A299666
621.381952
PHD114
535.15
296366
551.563
PHD883
530.413
PHD1529
621.31244
PHD823@APHD792@APHD736
536.7
PHD973
PHD2238
523.1
297336
523.01
307756@A307757@A307758
621.380414
308813@A308814
539.74,539.14
263653@APHD1104@APHD1033@APHD749
621.819598
PHD1604
530
PHD2229
548.5
PHD664
PHD188G
PHD3292
PHD279G
537.1
71673@A72708@A86676@A86710@APHD277G@A64499@A52650@A97339@A97556@A116823@
PHD5G
530.14
PHD1742
539.721,539.7548
119805@APHD76G
621.381952
PHD2464
PHD51@B1@APHD52@B2@A125631@A118120
541.224
PHD186
530
PHD1163
530.144, 539.74
PHD444@A132998@A150799@A119226@APHD449
530.141
308198@A308196@A308197
535.846
PHD1666
658.408
PHD589
530
PHD64G
PHD876
530.132,530.13
215804@A216632@A216588@A197751@A216633@A215422@A197745@A197749@A197752@A21
621.38154,530.7
158422@A158425@A158421@A158417@A158416@A158418@A158427@A158424@A158420@A15
537.5
PHD1503
PHD 748
530.12
256283@APHD1389
541.224,541.21
255632@A70563@APHD772
548
PHD284
PHD78G

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530.41
530
514.74
530.41
539.754,530.417
535.15
530.132 ,530.13
530.15
530.0285
530.412
530.413
535.2
621.3692
530.12
539.722
621.381952
519.53
530.42
516.374
530.413
530.41
621.38173
530.12
536.56
515.35
530.12
530.41
530.41
532
530.144
530.413
539.2 P57E,530.41
530
510.62,530.15
530.15
536.7
621.381952
621.01
530.13
621.381952
512.73
530.413
537
669.91
620.1923,531.38
531.7,530.41
621.381958
620.5

87878@A136613@APHD248G
PHD554
PHD1848
PHD638@B115@APHD124G@B115
PHD3291
148335@APHD462
291582
121290@APHD378
PHD2237
PHD2236
PHD752
PHD1774@APHD754
PHD237
PHD1066
PHD980
PHD1816@B340
PHD263
PHD2493
PHD1571@B66
296715@A296122
PHD34@A133793@A124862
PHD1771
PHD1770
PHD1168
297907
PHD709
97418@A97419@A97420@A98368@A116270@A260300@A9718@A51613@A86668@A87384@A88
297438
PHD2173
PHD2168@APHD2167@APHD2386@APHD2169
PHD71
131917@APHD25
PHD77
78236@APHD2439
PHD1341
PHD796
51629@A51635@A51636@A51638@A51639@A10531@A24845@A45728@A51629@A124868@A11
51629@A51635@A51636@A51638@A51639@A10531@A24845@A45728@A124868@A118290@A4
PHD387@APHD149G
PHD2302
3620@A3621@A9662@APHD253G
296721
PHD1891@APHD1894@APHD2070@APHD1893
324309
PHD1318
PHD3434@APHD3433
294485
189095@A174846@APHD178
179035@APHD1125
169216@APHD450
PHD1436
299620@A306608@A297920@A306609

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547.6141
535.84
541.224,539.6
530.1554
541.26
539.7
530.12
537.622
530.41
530
530.12
510
539.2
621.36
521.1
621.381952
621.381952
621.381952
519.233
539
523.4
531.1133
530.13
530.13
539
671
551.576
530.417
537
536.7,539.7
537.6
530.7
621.38,537.5
621.38043
511.6
620.11
535.5
620.11
538
539.72112
530.414
669.9,620.11
530.414
621.75,670.42
539.757
534
539.7/539.76

PHD829
PHD296
120757@APHD50
PHD1584
PHD1689
306019
263583@A263584@A263585@A263582@A52839@APHD901@APHD1575@APHD1903
PHD692
PHD2415
183245@A183246@A183247@A183248@A183249@A288842@A184411@A184412@A184413@A18
PHD733
PHD1979@APHD2308@APHD2307@APHD1978
PHD2401
320728
PHD649
277879
PHD2802@APHD2801@APHD2803@APHD2805@APHD2522@APHD3440@APHD3441@APHD3442
PHD2068
PHD448
118449@A118450@A118448@A70142@A73469@APHDY.S.-1
296127
PHD274
PHD431
PHD471
PHD72
PHD1716
187660@A190151@APHD518
PHD257
PHD103G
PHD905@B2
PHD2214@A277885@APHD2223
PHD1834@A277880
PHD1835
PHD841
160405@A166335@A168127@APHD1418@APHD1419
186267@A186266@A186268@A236141@APHD2303
320543
PHD1709
PHD875
PHD1737
PHD2256
PHD459@B1@APHD458@APHD457
PHD807@B88
PHD1623
218816@A218764@A218806@A218760@A242466@A218822@A218819@A218815@A219963@A21
PHD1677
159164@A157674@A218068@A175475@A159155@A216803@A159153@A218184@A159150@A21
PHD240G
PHD1032
291908
PHD728@A154365@A158933@APHD902
PHD3402

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621.381952
172131@APHD1342
621.38195,519.40285 131736@A162827@APHD2035@APHD2036@APHD2034
621.381958,621.381952
217569@A217565@A217572@A217574@A217575@A217564@A217567@A217570@A217562@A21
621.381952
PHD2029@APHD2032@APHD2031
621.381952
218704@A218708@A218707@A260390@A216051@A218709@A282711@A282714@A285038@A21
621.381952
290281@A290282@A290283@A287323@A287319
621.381959
264679@A295067@A295068@APHD2309@A288851@A288852@A288853@A288854@A264190@A
PHD1907
PHD1912
PHD702
621.3815287
153265@A167943@A153726@A153727@A180300@A210693@APHD688
535.846
PHD687
537.5
PHD1009
621.366
PHD2023
531
298898@A283932
531
263895@A263985@A298901@APHD1836@A298900@A298899
530.7
286128@A286131@A286129@A281507@APHD1675
530.41
PHD2434
530.424
PHD559
574.192
PHD1442
PHD1846
695p.
530.411
PHD695
530.41
324029
PHd1785
621.317
263332@A289193@APHD2203
500.2
PHD58G
543
PHD631@B2@APHD630@B1
543
PHS630@B1
PHD2364
PHD1672
537.622
PHD654
621.381
320444@A324126
PHD245G
669.016/669.9
106191@APHD1626
669.016,669.9
230782@APHD2270
620.1930427
324026
PHD2352
164,511.3
97821@A105963@APHD865
530.11
PHD879
530.13
105770@APHD389@B5@APHD242
530.13
PHD1390@APHD1535@APHD1752@APHD417
523.1
134481@APHD251
515.35
PHD1399
530.416
PHD123
551.5113
PHD1311@APHD1312
621.38411,537
121176@A122838@A125698@A174803@A96484@A78246@APHD1574@APHD144G
512
97894@APHD15
530.11
133759@A160846@APHD1407
530.11
PHD1382@APHD1093@APHD1092@APHD1762@A233871@A323806@A323807@A323808@A3238
620.198
PHD447
537.622
PHD1713

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530
530,536
621.38152,537.622
551.31
536.73
539.757
530.143
530.12
530.4175
539.758
621.380 413
530.41
539
551.576
621.3,530.141
530 ,530.416
531.6,539.725
530.429

539.725
537.5
537.5
537.5
536.7
637.622,537.622
530.41
539.7/536.7
621.381952
530.1435
621.38152 /537.622
551.7
621.3811
531.14
530.41
537.12
539.6
530.12
621.36
530.13
530.143

PHD164G
299777
255680@APHD1514
191829@A177682@APHD806
PHD742
PHD2519
PHD840
PHD3607
PHD264
PHD1647
PHD1649
PHD878
PHD1025
PHD1714
PHD1605
302368@A291839@A302371@A302370@A302372@A302369@A302366@A302365@A302373
302384@A302383@A297332@A302379@A302380@A302376@A302382@A302381@A302375@A30
162543@A170064@A170065@A170066@A177683@APHD1578@APHD2152@APHD1577@APHD88
133431@A291180
164334
PHD54@A97766@APHD74@A291181
PHD327
PHD2245
PHD170
PHD57
PHD1251@APHD1253
PHD1266@APHD1267
PHD1263@APHD1265
307103@A307104@A307102@A307106@A307105
285336@A285335@APHD1985@APHD1984
PHD1453
PHD228G
156973@A125797@A97806@A129019@A97805@A157580@A156974@A157579@A156975@APHD
PHD2397
PHD201G
PHD707@B17
PHD95G
152162@A153913@A172180@A181303@APHD671
PHD231G
PHD550
231899@A260298@A231696@A290253@A290254@A290255@A290256@A290739@A290740@A29
PHD1454
PHD226G
185041@APHD732
PHD2196@A313867@A313868@A313869@A313870@A313871@A313872@A313873@A313874@A
306739
PHD2410
226543@A290567@A290568@A290569@A290570@A290571@A284016@A284015@APHD1310@A
308878
309362@A308994
305314
PHD486

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621.388
530.41
539.72167
537.623
519.4
551.515
538
539.7216

169885@APHD163
PHD463
308784
PHD73
287631@A288651@A288735@A289183@A290287@A290288@A290289@A289585@A289586@A28
306632
PHD646@APHD696
PHD33G
PHD962@APHD960
PHD65G
530.8
279130@A279131@A279132@A279133
530.12
PHD271@APHD2084@A192707
519.4
PHD80@A86677@A137880@A263494@APHD930@APHD2007@APHD2006@APHD2009@APHD20
537.6226
291197@A296125
PHD286G
PHD923
530.12
PHD570
530.12
296008
621.381952
PHD2491@APHD2295
621.38132,621.38173 132771@A290245@A290246@A290247@A290248@A289971@A289972@A289973@A289974@A28
PHD31G
522.6863
297916
621.381952
229083@APHD1653
530.12
PHD1788
PHD2440
530.01
296742
PHD2487
530.12
320680@A320679
530.12
PHD2002@APHD2000@APHD2001@APHD2003@APHD2004@APHD2222
537.6
134693@A291193
621.38043
163801@A192648@A192649@APHD1016
PHD111G
539.721
148583@B2@APHD110@B2@APHD179
PHD167G
PHD2489
523.1
131758@APHD222G
530.15
296767
PHD895
530
106482@Bpt.2@A62821@Bpt.2@A63353@Bpt.2@A63354@Bpt.2@A105952@Bpt.2@A177696@Bpt
536.7
PHD1573@APHD2792
520
291844
520
291843
537.622
145223@APHD700@A308983
530.41
PHD16
539.754,539.757,539.577
154909@APHD248@APHD162@APHD867
539.7
162839@APHD765@A24767@A24323
520.954
PHD1018
539.7
PHD1524
551.6954,551.6554
181434@A191962@APHD690
537.24
PHD1021
537.24
PHD1722@B33
537
PHD657@A153323@A183817

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531.3
530.1,530.12
621.38152

621.3815
621.381528,537.5
537.5
537.5
537.5
537.5
537.5
621.3815
551.5113

551.51
548
535.5
536.7
531.112
5389.7548
539.7222
621.381952
539.2
621.381952
530.62,530
510
621.34
621.38152
531.1133
539
530.41
535.5
530.41,537.5
537.622
541.22
530.41
515.35
530.43
530.44
539.72
539.7
530.12
535.4
530.41 ,530.413
537.622,621.38152

279218@A241634@A151343@A296120
286781@APHD3137
PHD1391@A230259
PHD2404
PHD2403
PHD191
PHD1230@APHD1232
PHD857
PHD1261@APHD1262
PHD697
PHD858@APHD1254@APHD1255
PHD1234@APHD1235
PHD1245@APHD1246@APHD1247
PHD97G
PHD585
PHD2297
PHD177
308826
PHD228
PHD2369
PHD1129
PHD955@B1@APHD956@B2
PHD9G
PHD154G
320868
PHD898@A85937@A163197@A85938@A163198@APHD897@B1@APHD898@B2
PHD2396
PHD1837
PHD1872
175794@APHD675
PHD674
PHD83G
305933
308956@A308955@A308953@A308958@A308957@A308954@A308952
PHD1359
PHD1641
188519@APHD32G
PHD1400
226535@APHD1476
PHD225
PHD611
PHD224
PHD536
PHD808
PHD809
320937
132683@A160943@APHD166G
PHD1995
PHD236
119725@A126784@APHD446
PHD 446
PHD220@APHD286@A174450@A174602

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621.3421
531.16
515.723
519.5

214456@A255444@A162985@A124136@A122270@APHD1423
PHD535
84539@A48704@A70216@A299249
137879@APHD2056@APHD2055@APHD2057
PHD2786
PHD3516
PHD254G
PHD206G
PHD108G
621.381044
PHD976
551.5,551.51
237835@APHD1706
PHD161G
515.63,515.9
117671@A215253@A159672@A159675@A197814@A216417@A196092@A197813@A197352@A21
515.9
85763@A85841@A86340@A90651@A95315@A97685@A98278@A98346@A117548@A118264@A1
512.9
72720@A87967@APHD288
515.2433
PHD365
510
PHD995
515.625
PHD289
PHD1003
517.7,515.723
94601@APHD1564
530.1334
PHD622
539,536
PHD1200@APHD1410
530.12
277293
PHD2099
539.7
PHD1905
530.13
320526@A320525@A320528@A320527@A320529
615.53
PHD412
620.11
PHD2170@A278701@APHD2171
536.42
PHD1429
549.5
PHD456
PHD192G
PHD978
621.366
277287
621.366
PHD1570
535.5
PHD1151
510
PHD1721
521.1 S76I
72731@APHD168G
539.7524
161547@APHD106
530.416
PHD388
PHD2426
530.413
PHD443
621.381535,621.38173180512@APHD199
621.37,530.8
75795@APHD931@A63355@A26313@A63356@A77729@A145038@A191683
539.752
PHD100
621.3815 ,621.381958 189393@A99977@APHD662
621.38133,637.622,537.5
264109@A263879@A263878@A264110@A290458@B5th ed.@A290459@B5th ed.@A290460@B5th
621.381952
277752@A264543@A277882
548.85
298240
537.622,637.622
PHD1225@APHD166@APHD526@A179024
PHD255
535.3692
PHD1073
546.3
297219

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621.38152
320362
530.12
290572@A290573@A290574@A290575@A290576@APHD2740@A297910
669.028,520.112,620.112
226612@A226613@A226614@A233838@A241861@APHD2253@APHD2254
539.721
PHD1692
539.6
275105@APHD2178
535.5
PHD666@APHD160@APHD704
515.9
PHD942
PHD722
621.37 ,530.8
213359@A213361@APHD1195@A213360@A213362@APHD1194@BII
531
216982@A216983@A217634@APHD1664
1664
621.38173
288343@A288292@A285339@A288336@A288340@A288291@A288341@A288338@A288337@A28
537.622,621.381952 PHD1202@APHD714@A195252@APHD1386@APHD1855@A153576@A153578@A153579@A12781
621.38152,537.622
291037@A291038@A291039@A291040@A291041@A291042@A291043@A291044@APHD1432
PHD999
621.381952
PHD2209@APHD2461@APHD2283@APHD2351
PHD61G
531
PHD1515
530
PHD844
539.7
PHD103
502.8
153942@APHD1339
530.12
285782@A285783@APHD2272@APHD2273@B2@APHD175
539.7
PHD2189
539.756
PHD2187
537.67
PHD2188
533.5
PHD1124@APHD948
535.5
PHD950
530.12
PHD952@APHD751@APHD810@APHD645
537.24
PHD755@APHD204
620.1
72842@A77330@A77331@A107342@APHD283G
530.12
PHD1034
611,612
105680@APHD183@A108093
621.381952
264193@APHD2293
539.7544
PHD419@APHD244
539
320514@A320511@A320513@A320512@A320510
PHD251G
PHD2G
530.41
PHD1743
530.12
PHD1412@APHD1203@APHD1207@APHD1402@APHD1204@APHD1206@APHD1205
621.3
PHD1030
PHD1776
621.38152
PHD243
531.11
294680
535
PHD375
629.411
291187
PHD2419
530.144
PHD283
PHD2062
530.15
74981@A74482@A291182
537.623
148978@A308982
536.56
PHD483@BII@APHD482@BI@APHD484@BIII@APHD485@BIV
531.3
47256@A47257@A51243@APHD157G

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530.12
539

158001@A157999@A158081@A158083@A158082@A158000@A157998@A79042@A79579@A1580
299665
PHD2282
621.381952
PHD1351
621.47
308785
621.366
PHD2359@APHD2358
621.381958
233534@A233535@A233536@A233537@A295125@APHD2289@APHD2043@B5th@APHD1733@B
511.33
PHD710
530.13
233228@APHD2083@APHD89G
621.381959
225005@APHD1569
530.474
PHD1526
621.380413
PHD1697
PHD42G@B6
537.623
PHD1542
575.64
PHD1346
PHD1587
PHD800
PHD801
621.381958/621.38173PHD1169@APHD1170@A239962@APHD1586
530.412
297705
537.0151
298072
PHD150
530.12
77004@A77710@APHD96G
621.381045
309052
551.522
291222@A300923
620.5
320541
530.02
214026
PHD1114
539.1
PHD619
621.38152,537.622
290239@A290240@A290241@A290242@A290243@A290244@A290577@A290578@A290579@A29
530.11
PHD957
551.5632
PHD1556
530.144
PHD27G@APHD18G
530.14
PHD294
PHD198G
621.366
324447
539.72
PHD680@APHD681
PHD104G
621.381958
PHD1006
621.3815,621.381958 263492@APHD1005
539.14
PHD231
539.725
308780
541.372
188520@APHD62G
530.13
PHD954@APHD1602
PHDSA3G
537.622
PHD468
536.7
PHD1990
523.88
PHD1989
535
PHD1987
530.12
PHD2027
530.13
PHD1988
530.12
PHD2026

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530.414
530
530.12
620.5
621.381952
584
530.411
551.517
551.51
530.1553
621.381952
551.56
538
537.623
621.38152 ,537.622
510
541.224
537.2
512.02
530.12

538
519.7/658.4034
530.11
530.13
530
530.4
551.5
535.15
621.38152

530.13
621.381952
515.53
537
530
519.5
548.842
539.7
539,536
523.1
530.143

PHD1991
PHD1992
PHD2025
308986
PHD2294@A277874
PHD828
277884
PHD3295
PHD1690
PHD590
PHD663
292676
PHD1001
PHD2284
PHD862@APHD863
PHD466@APHD465
PHD562
233906@APHD118G@B27
134169@A147158@A210032@APHD591
192374@APHD2518@A177065@A179065@APHD202@APHD201
PHD3618
PHD1065@APHD39G
PHD1020
PHD.
70774@B1@A70785@B2@APHD187G@B2@APHD183G@B1
PHD464
PHD703
PHD1759
PHD 377
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PHD109G
324158
296724
320393
324446
278775@A278772@A278773
PHD2174
PHD730
PHD1768
PHD3619
291198@APHD120G
324535
PHD68
PHD762
PHD635
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PHD470
PHD1670@APHD2230@A51311
PHD723@APHD811@APHD775@APHD80G
PHD842
299664@APHD3297@APHD3298@APHD3299
PHD3395

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515.353
515.64

88087@A307258@A162997
PHD528@APHD527
PHD1112
539.6
PHD725@APHD214
531.3,530
116740@APHD1348
511.8
PHD540
516.34
PHD537
537.5352
PHD385
530
PHD982
PHd1621
536.560287
PHD1510
539.8/539.7
196781@A196784@A197470@A196786@A197031@A197468@A197032@A197030@A197782@A19
511.324
76459@A291179
PHD137G
PHD461@APHD241
523.1
308897
530.13
291219@A299667
530.8
PHD906
530.1554
PHD1451
530.411
214023
510.76
PHD1680
620.11278,530.412
279035@APHD1851
545.8,530.7
77263@A77264@A77265@A77266@A77267@A77268@A79007@A43449@APHD1965@A242949@
545.8,530.7
215529@A215528@APHD1443@A286237@A286240@A286236@A156848@A156847@A156846
541.34515
183003@APHD721
539.758
PHD213@APHD154@APHD415
PHD2280
621.38153,621.38173 264137@APHD670
532.051
PHD1643
PHD1532
530.413
119402@A120806@APHD24@APHD202G
537.622
PHD583
620.5
320544
PHD2406
538.36
PHD467
537.622
PHD2335
PHD2418
PHD90G@B189
PHD99G
511.3
PHD1450
530
PHD205@APHD637
539.7
287924@A287920@A287919@A287915@A287917@A287921@A287922@APHD2425@A287918@A
530.0285
PHD2252
PHD119G
548.9,537.5352
177431@APHD813@A132150@A132149
530.411
PHD499
530.12
PHD1455
530.12
PHD1364
530.413
PHD396
530.15
PHD2437
530.13
PHD1463
620.5
320881

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621.381336,537.5
530.12
537.12
530.41
621.36
530
530.141
538
541.363
535.5
539.76
537.622
530.474
530
530.416
621.381959
621.381959
523.51
530.1435
537.5
551.515
530.12
530.416

536.7
530.12
551.5741
535
539.721
530.413
531,530.41
539.7,530.416
530.12
530.413
621.381958

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PHD1603
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PHD200@APHD951
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PHD1801
PHD2808
PHD2177
PHD2255
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PHD1528
PHD1505@APHD1725
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230625@APHD1567@APHD1568
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296126
PHD1583
PHD699@B133
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PHD1789
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290605@A287925@A287926@A282869@A298839@APHD1591@A296006@A296005

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Page 78

Author_Opac

@A97839@A145033@APHD1534@A78767@A180157@A240674

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86@B28@APHD2150@B26@APHD2085@B27

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Page 80

Author_Opac

4@APHD1705

5256@A105257@A105058@APHD5117@A291177

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Page 81

Author_Opac

A152107@A152108@APHD769@A96337@A125108

A290306@A290305@A290308@A290307

Bpt.2@APHD588@B1st

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Page 82

Author_Opac

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Page 83

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185@APHD1028@A121241@A166654@A166657@A211181@A236056@A215340@APHD936@APHD193

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A156899@APHD2072

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Page 86

Author_Opac

A135620@A135621@A135622@A299747@APHD76@APHD98@APHD165G@APHD374

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Author_Opac

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Page 88

Author_Opac

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Page 89

Author_Opac

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Page 90

Author_Opac

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Author_Opac

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Author_Opac

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09@A16811@APHD1301@APHD552@APHD1747

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Author_Opac

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Page 100

Author_Opac

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