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the·sis

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the·ses

(thē'sis, -sēz),
1. Any theory or hypothesis advanced as a basis for discussion.
2. A proposition submitted by the candidate for a doctoral degree in some universities, which must be sustained by argument against any objections offered.
3. An essay on a medical topic prepared by the graduating student.
[G. a placing, a position, thesis]
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There are not significant differences in gender of the author of the Doctoral Thesis about guidance (see Table 2), inasmuch as 44% of them have been defended by men and a slightly higher number by women (56%), with greater difference in Doctoral Thesis on vocational and career guidance.
Djindjic, by way of contrast, wrote a 1979 doctoral thesis entitled "Marx's Critical Theory of Society and the Problem of Foundation?
Discussions in the book, an outgrowth of her doctoral thesis, are structured in three major areas: Vocal Concepts, Training Singers and Teachers' Professional Training.
In an interview with an Athens newspaper, Dousemetzis denied he was a terrorist and said the items found in his apartment were part of his doctoral thesis.
Her doctoral thesis was based on the spiritual aspects of death and dying; this was to become her primary career focus.
The doctoral thesis of Raymond Castaing (1) contains the outlines of a procedure of quantitative electron probe microanalysis (EPMA) analysis on which most subsequent methods are modeled.
Filliol performed this work as part of her doctoral thesis.
Her doctoral thesis examines the preaching of the Hebrew Scriptures in the United Church.
He is referring to his determination over the last seven years to complete his doctoral thesis, despite the turmoil in his country where `what is abnormal is normal and what is normal is abnormal'.
The doctoral thesis received an Honorable Mention from the Universidad Autonoma de Mexico and a Martin Duberman Fellowship in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies from New York University.
Among Neely's most important works one could mention his early article, "Liberation Theology in Latin America: Antecedents and Autochthony," in Missiology 6 (July 1978), and his 1977 doctoral thesis at The American University, "Protestant Antecedents of the Latin American Theology of Liberation.
If BNDES had not acted swiftly to release credit lines for the sale of airplanes, Embraer would certainly not have survived," says Roberto Bemardes, a senior analyst at Sao Paulo state-funded research institute Seade Foundation who wrote his doctoral thesis on Embraer.

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