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Without the support and help of Theresa and Will, this project would never have
been finished. To them I owe so much. It is with great thanks and kindness, I wish to
acknowledge the many professors it was my privilege to know and learn from their
collective wisdom. In no small part, this work is a product of their mentoring. I would
especially like to thank the late Dr. John R. Carrell, Dr. Don Cleveland, Dr. Ed Johnson,
Dr. Barry Lumsden, Margaret I. Nichols, Dr. Linda Schamber, Dr. Howard Smith, Dr.
Herman Totten, and especially Dr. Ron Newsom who encouraged and stayed with me
through this long process.
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