I do have EVE software, but even when I run Moby Dick through it, it NEVER shows an plagiarism. As I said I know the material and am being very respectful, but I shelled out about 0 US for this, and if it's a floater (plucked from online), I'm screwed. Maybe the document was saved on a public computer in a library.
Further, theses starting with the same letters but different numbers (QA 10 and QA 70, for example), may sort out of numerical order in the call number browse.
In general, theses with the same beginning call number are sorted in chronological order from oldest to newest; the next part of the call number after Thesis QA 10, for example, is the year of the thesis (i.e., Thesis QA 10 1997...).
On time, paper was actually decent - BUT, right-clicking the document gives away alot of info.! A quick search actually led me to find out who the person who wrote it was - but I am not the kind of person who would ever want to destroy someone's reputation or worse, so I never referred to the person's last name.
Once I received the paper, I found in the properties a Proquest UMI dissertation number, the dates the file was created (in March - I asked for it last week... The problem with the paper was that is was TOO GOOD.