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The Riemann-Complete Integral

The Riemann-Complete Integral

Date: May 1972
Creator: Boyd, Eddie
Description: The problem with which this paper is concerned is that of defining the Riemann-Complete Integral and comparing it with the Riemann and the Lebesgue Integrals.
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The Riemann Definite Integral of a Bounded Real Function

The Riemann Definite Integral of a Bounded Real Function

Date: 1950
Creator: Hendrick, H. Wayne
Description: The object of this paper is to define, to establish necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of, and to consider the elementary properties of the Riemann definite integral of a bounded function.
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Righteousness at Any Cost: A Study in the Thought of William Thomas Manning

Righteousness at Any Cost: A Study in the Thought of William Thomas Manning

Date: August 1966
Creator: Seabrook, John H.
Description: This thesis is intended as a detailed examination of Dr. Manning's activities and statements concerning war and peace. It will show his importance as a leader of public opinion on matters of American international responsibility; as a leader of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the same area; and as one of the very few Christian spokesmen of the past decades who anticipated and encouraged America's slowly growing understanding of her place in the family of nations.
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Rigidity: a Function of Ethnic Attitudes

Rigidity: a Function of Ethnic Attitudes

Date: August 1961
Creator: Bullion, D. I.
Description: The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of segregation on the flexibility of individuals in the Negro and Anglo-American ethnic groups and to investigate the relationship between variations in flexibility and sociometric choices within the peer group.
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"The Rime of the Ancient Mariner": Critical Commentary, 1798-1968

"The Rime of the Ancient Mariner": Critical Commentary, 1798-1968

Date: January 1969
Creator: Schlueter, Helen V.
Description: The new elements in "The Ancient Mariner" were partly responsible for the unfavorable early reviews which vary much from the high praise the poem receives today. The purpose of this study is to record critical opinion of the poem from the contemporary reviews of 1798 to the intensive critical analysis of the 1960's.
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Rings of Continuous Functions

Rings of Continuous Functions

Date: August 1971
Creator: Connell, Carolyn
Description: The purpose of this paper is to examine properties of the ring C(X) of all complex or real-valued continuous functions on an arbitrary topological space X.
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The Rio Grande Expedition, 1863-1865

The Rio Grande Expedition, 1863-1865

Date: May 2001
Creator: Townsend, Stephen A.
Description: In October 1863 the United States Army's Rio Grande Expedition left New Orleans, bound for the Texas coast. Reacting to the recent French occupation of Mexico, President Abraham Lincoln believed that the presence of U.S. troops in Texas would dissuade the French from intervening in the American Civil War. The first major objective of this campaign was Brownsville, Texas, a port city on the lower Rio Grande. Its capture would not only serve as a warning to the French in Mexico; it would also disrupt a lucrative Confederate cotton trade across the border. The expedition had a mixed record of achievement. It succeeded in disrupting the cotton trade, but not stopping it. Federal forces installed a military governor, Andrew J. Hamilton, in Brownsville, but his authority extended only to the occupied part of Texas, a strip of land along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. The campaign also created considerable fear among Confederate soldiers and civilians that the ravages of civil war had now come to the Lone Star State. Although short-lived, the panic generated by the Rio Grande Expedition left an indelible mark on the memories of Texans who lived through the campaign. The expedition achieved its greatest ...
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Riparian Forest Width and the Avian Community in a Greenbelt Corridor Setting

Riparian Forest Width and the Avian Community in a Greenbelt Corridor Setting

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Date: May 2001
Creator: Hoffman, Karl W.
Description: The forest avian community of the Ray Roberts Greenbelt (Denton Co., Texas) was characterized for two years using point count station sampling, from fall 1998 to summer 2000. Richness data for both breeding seasons were correlated with two-spatial metrics: width of the riparian forest and distance to the nearest edge. There were significant correlations between forest interior species richness and both spatial metrics, for both breeding seasons. Based on these data, a minimum riparian forest width threshold of 400-meters is suggested to provide habitat for forest interior species, which have lost considerable habitat through forest fragmentation. Partners in Flight breeding bird priority concern scores were used to create a habitat priority index for the Trinity River bottomland hardwood forest system
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The Rise and Decline of Jefferson, Texas

The Rise and Decline of Jefferson, Texas

Date: January 1965
Creator: Cooner, Ben C.
Description: This thesis examines the history of Jefferson, Marion County, Texas, and its cycle of prosperity and decline.
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The Rise and Fall of a Revolutionary Relationship: George Washington and Thomas Paine, 1776-1796

The Rise and Fall of a Revolutionary Relationship: George Washington and Thomas Paine, 1776-1796

Date: August 2009
Creator: Hamilton, Matthew K.
Description: This study is a cultural and political analysis of the emergence and deterioration of the relationship between George Washington and Thomas Paine. It is informed by modern studies in Atlantic history and culture. It presents the falling out of the two Founding Fathers as a reflection of two competing political cultures, as well as a function of the class aspirations of Washington and Paine. It chronologically examines the two men's interaction with one another from the early days of the American Revolution to the Reign of Terror of the French Revolution. Along the way this study highlights the dynamics that characterized the Washington-Paine relationship and shows how the two men worked together to further their own agendas. This study also points to Thomas Paine's involvement with a web of Democratic Societies in America and to Washington's increasing wariness and suspicion of these Societies as agents of insurrection.
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