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October 26, Keywords: I know that it would have been very difficult for me to complete this scholarly jour ney without your continued faith in me.
Thank you, Allen, for being such a w onderful husband and companion. I look forward to a long wonderful life with you.
I would also like to dedicate this di ssertation to my ch ildren, Nicole and Coleen and my little guy Jaiden. Nicole, thank you so much for your love and support. Your words of encouragement will stay with me forever. Coleen and Jaiden thank you both for reminding me of the importance of my family.
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