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    28.93 · University of Western Australia 2nd Cristina Vulpe 10.28 · University of Weste The effect of consolidation on the undrained bearing capacity of both rough and smooth

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  • Childbearing Across Partnerships in Australia, the United States,

    . We use survey-based union and birth histories in Australia and the United States and d (Thomson et al. 2002), it is not surprising that childbearing across partnerships occurs a

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