3 edition of Understanding children found in the catalog.
A thematic, pupil-oriented, two-year course in Social Studies for the early school leaver of average and below average ability.
|Statement||Project director: David Wyn-Evans.|
|Series||Design for living -- [no.2]|
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Peace and peacemaking, with special reference to church and community in Northern Ireland.
Frances Hodgson Burnett
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effect of a staff development program on nursing case management competencies and patient outcomes in the acute care setting
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Ancestry of Robert Harry McIntire and of Helen Annette McIntire, his wife
Violence in the streets
Playwrights for tomorrow
Saints and heroes since the Middle Ages.
Electrons, electric waves and wireless telephony
Differentials in repeat and return migration in Thailand, 1965-1970
Christian use of the Psalms
sins of Philip Fleming
Tables of the normal probability integral, the normal density, and its normalized derivatives
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