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Old 02-22-2020, 09:02 AM
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Are there any books on subject of "directed tensions?"

There will most likely be tumble weed when I go to see if anyone has actualy recommended any books but oh well...Am very interested to dissect in detail to learn about tensions and directed tensions..I have read a small sample from a professor in one of the books I read recently...If anyone knows any books along those lines I would be gratefull
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