Thiswork is dedicated to my husband, John A. Murphy, without whose caring supportit would not have been possible, and to the memory of my parents, Hugh Vincentand Edna Sibley Drummond, who passed on a love of reading and respect foreducation.
This thesis is dedicated to my mother who has supported me all the way since the beginning of my study. This thesis is dedicated to my husband who has been a great source of motivation and inspiration. This thesis is also dedicated to my daughter, who has already brought so much joy into my life, even though she has not been born yet. Acknowledgements It is a pleasure to thank the many people who made this thesis possible. I would like to express my deep and sincere gratitude to my supervisor, Professor Dale Stahl, Chairman of the Department of Economics, the University of Texas at Austin, for his detailed and constructive comments, and for his important support throughout this work. His understanding, encouragement and personal guidance have provided a good basis for the present thesis. I wish to express my warm and sincere thanks to Professor Kenneth Hendricks, who introduced me to the field of industrial organization and who gave me important guidance during my first steps into this study.
I have been collecting books for over thirty years, and this has been the first occasinon that I have had a flood, destroying a large part of my collection, and therefore requiring a skilled craftsman to repair those that were salvaged.
When my husband's mother passed away in November, we found this huge bible, with both front and back leather covers torn off, and the leather spine cover torn into three pieces.
I'm not sure if I mentioned this, but I wanted the NT restored so that I could present it as a Christmas present to my mom -- it was her father's NT he carried in WWII.
Rather than spend my valuable time ferreting out the guilty persons -- and let me assure you I will find them - - I'm asking any and all students who knows anything about this article to make themselves known here and now.
During a speaking event at Mohawk college, I had a chance to meet Adam, who was in attendance that night. After every event I stay after until I get a chance to meet and say hello to everyone. At this particular event it was a longer line than normal, but Adam stayed until the end and we had a chance to talk. Here’s my recollection of the conversation: