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Fri Mar 21 17:14:01 2014 UTClccn-n20031253100.00System for Evaluation of the Hazards of Bulk Water Transportation of Industrial Chemicals0.371.00Indian depredation claims,68313496W._A._Cunninghamn 2003125310viaf-198466399McKetta, J. J.np-mignon, g vMignon, G. V.np-mckatta, j jMcKatta, J. J.nc-university of arizonia$environmental research laboratoryUniversity of ArizoniaEnvironmental Research Laboratorylccn-n85805580Barnes, Virgil Everettlccn-n86086043Tufts Collegelccn-n50034430Goetschius, Percy1853-1943lccn-n85272356Shock, D. A.lccn-n87804023Thompson, T. L.(T. Lewis)lccn-n99052683Wedderburn, John1868-1932Cunningham, W. A.SerpentineTexasSolar energy--Passive systemsSolar energy--ResearchPiano musicSolar air conditioningAuction catalogsEastman, MaryMissouri--Jackson CountySpottiswoode, JohnIndians of North AmericaLibrariesFleming, JamesPowell, JamesIndians of North America--Claims againstNevadaArizonaUnited States, WestCaliforniaTrialsWyomingJustices of the peaceNew Mexico1886195819261933193519451950197419771985198619871988198919901991199219931994563032553.55QE391.S4741ocn643126147book19930.27McKetta, J. JEncyclopedia of chemical processing and design. Vol. 44: process plants, cost estimating to project management, information systems for41ocn643126129book19900.27Mcketta, J. JEncyclopedia of chemical processing and design. Vol. 35: petroleum fractions properties to phosphoric acid plants, alloy selection41ocn643126137book19920.27McKetta, J. JEncyclopedia of chemical processing and design. Vol. 40. Polymers, polyamides, aromatic to polymers, polyvinylchloride41ocn643126126book19900.27Mcketta, J. JEncyclopedia of chemical processing and design. Vol. 33: organic liquids, thermal conductivity estimation to peat supply-demand relationships41ocn500525845book19770.47McKatta, J. JEncyclopedia of chemical processing and design : volume 2: Additives to alpha31ocn031959518book19940.27Cunningham, BillRocky Mountain brave31ocn643126125book19900.27Mcketta, J. JEncyclopedia of chemical processing and design. Vol. 31: natural gas liquids and natural gasoline to offshore process piping, high performance alloys+-+K63972973531ocn643126123book19890.28McKetta, J. JEncyclopedia of chemical processing and design31ocn643126141book19930.27McKetta, J. JEncyclopedia of chemical processing and design. Vol. 42: pressure-relieving devices, rapture disks, selection of to process control and dynamics, savings from upgrading21ocn643126116book19850.47Mcketta, J. JEncyclopaedia of chemical processing and design. Vol. 22 -re extinguishing chemicals to fluid flow, slurry system -d pipelines+-+572972973522ocn603198966book19500.90Barnes, Virgil EUtilization of Texas serpentine22ocn224199126book19850.47Cunningham, BillEstablishing feasibility for providing passive cooling with solar updraft and evaporative downdraft chimneys11ocn813451880book19870.47McKetta, J. JEncyclopaedia of chemical processing and design, vol. 26 Heat-transfer estimation and shortcut methods. 8.to hydr11ocn813451911book19910.47McKetta, J. JEncyclopedia of chemical processing and design Vol 36: phosphorus to pipeline failure, subsidence strains11ocn813451893book19900.47Mcketta, JEncyclopedia of chemical processing and design. Vol. 32: offshore production platform, utility systems to optimization techniques, joint process units and utility system11ocn227594165book1974System for Evaluation of the Hazards of Bulk Water Transportation of Industrial ChemicalsThe Committee on Hazardous Materials of the National Research Council has developed a system of evaluating the potential hazard associated with the water transportation of industrial chemicals in bulk. The Hazard Evaluation System described in this report employs four main classes of hazards: fire, health, water pollution, and reactivity; and further subdivides the health, water pollution, and reactivity into subclasses. Under each class or subclass, a numerical rating is given to indicate the relative degree of potential hazard. General guidelines were developed to describe five levels of severity for each. The report concerns the rating system and contains only a short sample list of hazard ratings of chemicals11ocn813451871book19860.47McKetta, J. JEncyclopedia of chemical processing and design. Vol. 24. cells to gravel and sand supply-demand relationships11ocn813451919book19920.47McKetta, J. JEncyclopedia of chemical processing and design Vol 41: polymers, rubber modified to pressure-relieving devices, rapture disks, low burst pressures11ocn039149645score19260.47Cunningham, BillThree-part invention : theme from Goetschius, Applied counterpoint, page 59, 811ocn039149769score19260.47Cunningham, BillThree-part invention : theme from Goetschius, Applied counterpoint, page 59, 411ocn690109683mixDocket bookDocket book of cases held before W. A Cunningham, Justice of the Peace for Blue Township, Jackson County, Missouri11ocn643526774book19330.47Sotheby & Co. (London, England)Catalogue of valuable printed books, fine illuminated & other manuscripts, autograph letters, historical documents, literary manuscripts and relics , &. comprising an apparently unique issue of the Christmas carol and a very fine copy of Florio's Montaigne in a contemporary binding, with other English and Scottish literature, the property of John Spottiswoode of Spottiswoode; a small collection of decorated manuscripts, the property of C.W.S. Dixon, Esq., including an exceptional French XIV century bible; a fine XIII century psalter and other illuminated service books; and a very interesting early Speculum, with numerous drawings, the property of a deceased estate, and of other owners; Lord Glencairn's copy of the Kilmarnock Burns, the property of the late James Fleming, Esq.; a small collection on medicine and chemistry: numerous rare English and Continental books from the XIV to XIX centuries; fine bindings; a small collection of presentation copies of the works of C.L. Dodgson; etc. The autograph letters, &c. comprise a very fine series of over 600 unpublished letters of Arnold Bennett, the property of his nephew, Richard Bennett, esq.; important series of Oscar Wilde, the property of Lady Alexander; and of Charles Dickens, the property of Mrs. W.A. Cunningham; fine letters and manuscripts of Robert Browning, C.L. Dodgson, S.T. Coleridge, Rudyard Kipling, Edward Jenner, Samuel Pepys, John Ruskin, P.B. Shelley, William Wordsworth; and the autograph manuscript of "A window in Thrums," the property of T.L. Gilmour, Esq. Which will be sold by Messrs. Sotheby & Co. ...on Monday, the 3rd of July, 1933, and two following daysCatalogs11ocn301745450mix1.00Indian depredation claimsHistoryThis collection contains correspondence, legal forms, and transcriptions pertaining to several Indian depredation claims between 1891 and 1899. These cases occurred in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Wyoming, and Nevada, and were primarily administered by claims examiner John Wedderburn. The correspondence discusses supplemental information surrounding each claim such as the personal character of the involved parties and requests from lawyers for case related information. The legal document entitled "In the Court of Claims of the United States" summarizes the depredation claim by identifying the parties involved, the items stolen and their value, and the party responsible for compensation. The most common stolen property among these documents is livestock. Other claims request monetary compensation for wounds inflicted by Native American tribes during raids+-+K639729735+-+K639729735Fri Mar 21 15:08:47 EDT 2014batch12881