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2008Thank God my car is born again so Am I: naturalistic observation of religious inscriptions on vehicles in NigeriaBalogun, S. K.; Shenge, N. A,; Idegwu, I. G.
2006That mutant called "text"Olorunyomi, S.
1980The theatre in an African university appearance and realityAdedeji, J. A.
1994-05THEATRE IN NIGERIA: A CONSIDERATION OF THE SCENOGRAPHIC, TECHNOLOGICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTSABORISADE, J. O.
1996Theatre in the Niger valleysOlorunyomi, S.
2009-06Theatre personnel’s perception of operating room resource allocationAdejumo, A. O.; Adejumo, P. O.
1978-08THE THEOLOGY OF THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS CHRIST, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO PAULINE KERYGMA AND SOTERIOLOGYABOGUNRIN, S. O. K.
2013Theoretical Determination of some Thermodynamic Properties of Selected Binary Liquid AlloysOdusote, Y. A.
2016-05Theoretical modelling to explain lecturers’ use of educational support systems for teaching in university based library schools in Nigeria: extending the technology acceptance model (TAM)Akinde, T. A.
2014Theoretical, physiological and socio-psychological perspectives of woundAdejumo, A. O.
2013Theories and approaches of developmentOwumi, B. E.; Masajuwa, F. U.
2016The theories, laws and practice of juvenile/child justice system in NigeriaBamgbose, O. A
2011Thermo-physical and mechanical properties of five wood species grown in Abeokuta, Ogun State, NigeriaAdegoke, A. J; Adewole, A. N; Adelugba, A.E.
2012-06Thermodynamic analysis and simulation of combined adsorption heating and cooling systemOdesola, I. F.; Oluleye, M. A.
1997-12Theses information system of the postgraduate school, university of IbadanFabunmi, B. A.
2016-03A THESIS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF SCIENCE IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AWARD OF DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY OF UNIVERSITY OF IBADANNDIMELE, Chinatu Charity
2013This paper is on the rational choice theory and the choice of healthcare services for the treatment of malaria in Nigeria. It focuses on the factors that influence or determine the choice malaria treatment using the rational choice theory as the basis. It was discovered that there were many determinants of what informs the maximum utility but it is all wrapped up in the organization of the health care system. Hence, in choosing treatment for malaria, factors like; perceived and actual quality of care, proximity of the services, accessibility, cost of treatment, socio-economic status of the patients, availability of services, etc., are important. These factors in many occasions constitute constraints which in turn makes choices explicit and then patients makes trade-offs between alternatives.Owumi, B.; Raji, S. O.
1996A three year clinical review of the impact of angiotensin converting enzymes inhibitors on the intra hospital mortality of congestive heart failure in NigeriansAdewole, A. D.; Ikem, R. T.; Adigun, A. Q.; Akintomide, A. O.; Balogun, M. O.; Ajayi, A. A.
2011Time on teaching task and perceived instructional needs of practicing nursery and primary school teachers of English languageOdinko, M. N.
2017Time value of money and the chronological revelations of riba in the QuranKareem, M. K.