Reference Database Record 1733

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author: Hawking, S. W. and Ellis, G. F. R.
title: "The Large Scale Structure of Space-Time"
year: 1973
address: Cambridge
series: Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics
publisher: Cambridge University Press
record URL: http://relativity.livingreviews.org/refdb/record/1733

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