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    Computer Simulation of Reactions Between an Edge Dislocation and Glissile Self-Interstitial Clusters in Iron.D. J. Bacon, Y. N. Osetsky & Z. Rong - 2006 - Philosophical Magazine 86 (25-26):3921-3936.
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    A Model for the Dynamics of Loop Drag by a Gliding Dislocation.Z. Rong, Y. N. Osetsky † & D. J. Bacon * - 2005 - Philosophical Magazine 85 (14):1473-1493.
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    Dislocation Dynamics Modelling of Dislocation–Loop Interactions in Irradiated Metals.Z. Rong, V. Mohles, D. J. Bacon * & Yu N. Osetsky - 2005 - Philosophical Magazine 85 (2-3):171-188.
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    The Revolutionary Army.Zou Rong - 1999 - Contemporary Chinese Thought 31 (1):32-38.
    Zou Rong received a classical education but, uninterested in an official career and frustrated by the irrelevance of his schooling to the day's issues, traveled to Japan in 1901 to further his studies. There he wrote The Revolutionary Army, which was published in Shanghai after his return to China in 1903. The Revolutionary Army, which was scathingly critical of the Manchu rulers of China, enraged government authorities who sought his immediate arrest. Zou was protected by authorities of the International Settlement (...)
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    Creation and Extension: Two Dimensions of Augustine's Time Theory [J].Zhang Rong - 2005 - Modern Philosophy 3:015.
    Augustine's "Confessions" in the "question time" by later philosophers and spoke highly of the attention, but the emphasis is often placed where "mind stretching" of this dimension, to the neglect of God's creation of this dimension, ignoring the eternal the dimension. In fact, God's creation and the spiritual dimensions of these two inseparable extension, the former provides the latter, to clarify the origin of time; the latter reflects the former, indicating the existence and nature of time. The latter by the (...)
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