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APPENDIX B
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$[Aitchison and Hall 1973]
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$[Aitchison and others 1970]
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$[Allen and Town 1977]
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$[Allwood and others 1977]
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$[Anderson 1979]
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$[Armitage and Lynch 1967]
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$[Armitage and others 1970]
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[Austin 1972]
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$[Austin 1974a]
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$[Austin 1974b]
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[Austin 1975]
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[Austin 1976a]
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$[Austin 1977]
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$[Austin 1982]
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[Austin 1984]
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$[Austin and Butcher 1969]
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$[Austin and Dykstra 1984]
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[Azgaldov 1969]
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$[Bakewell 1979]
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$[Baser and others 1978]
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[Bett 1979]
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[Bhattacharyya 1975]
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$[British Library Automated Information Service 1979]
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$[British Library Working Party on Classification and Indexing 1975]
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[Burkett 1974]
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[Cheti 1984]
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$[Coates 1969]
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[Coates 1976a]
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[Coates 1976b]
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$[Craven 1977]
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$[Craven 1980a]
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$[Craven 1980b]
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$[Craven 1980c]
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