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Yes, but only if the permissions you received from copyright holders to reuse their work authorise you to publish the thesis commercially.

Material that you were permitted to use for research or study (fair dealing) as a student, now requires you to seek permission for use before publishing or making it available online.

 If not, you may need to re-contact the copyright holder(s) and renegotiate new permissions for this third party content.

Review all permissions and grants requirements before moving forward with publishing.

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