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(Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1973)The purpose of this work was to examine the complexation in water of the weak ligand thiourea with nickel (II) chloride. The use of thermometric titrimetry has proven to be useful for this system and values obtained were ...
(Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1975)This examination of the conflict between Stalin and Trotsky from 1926 to 1928 is written to engender an appreciation of the struggle in its most intensive phase. While an analysis of the entire scope of the succession ...
(Creighton University. 1995-02)Part I: The University Past and Present (p 1)|Part II: Basic Statistics (p 9)|Part III: Undergraduate Freshman (p 33)|Part IV: Student Financial Assistance (p 37)|Part V: The Schools and Colleges (p 49)|Part VI: The Alumni ...
(Center for Catholic Thought, Creighton University.. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2017-09-18)September 21 is the feast of Saint Matthew. Fr. Dennis Hamm, S.J. comes back to the show to talk about both Matthew, one of the twelve, and the gospel that bears his name.|This program first appeared in 2009.
Thou Shall Not Suffer a Witch to Live: A History of Witchcraft in Scotland During the Reigns of James VI and Charles I, 1563-1649 (Creighton University. Omaha, Nebraska, 1973)Since the beginning of time, man has believed in forces possessing far greater powers than he, forces which could control his life either for his benefit or for his destruction. These forces soon took on names but were ...