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If the material in any chapter has been published, the student must obtain permission from the publisher allowing the student to use the work in the thesis or dissertation. All students should inform the copyright holder that the manuscript is being submitted to Texas A&M University electronically and will be available through on-line sources. In addition, copies (if the document is a dissertation or record of study) will be sold on demand by ProQuest Information and Learning Company (formerly UMI). Use this form to request permission to use copyrighted material.

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