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Taylor & Francis Publisher - 8,038 works / 1,279 ebooks

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  • Arms and the man by George Bernard Shaw
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    Zadig by Voltaire
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    Dictionary of Islam by Thomas Patrick Hughes
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    More than human by Theodore Sturgeon
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    Mechanics of fluids by B. S. Massey
    Euthydemus by Plato
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    Traité de physique by Jacques Rohault
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    Beginners' dictionary of Chinese-Japanese characters by Arthur Rose-Innes
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    The Romantic Movement by David V. Erdman
    Understanding JCT standard building contracts by David Chappell
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    Contraception Today by John Guillebaud
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    Biology of fishes by Q. Bone

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published most by this publisher
J. Lesourne, 16 books
Paul Finkelman, 11 books
F.H. Wittmann, 11 books
Balasubramaniam, 11 books
Aaron S. Klieman, 11 books
Singh, 9 books
Bryan Spain, 9 books
Davis Langdon, 9 books
Isaiah Friedman, 9 books
Michael J. Cohen, 9 books
Theodore Reff, 8 books
Varma, 8 books
Pande, 8 books
Wittke, 8 books
Asim Kurjak, 8 books
Jorge Rabassa, 7 books
United Nations., 7 books
Barnes Et, 7 books
Steven T. Ross, 7 books
Krzysztof Iniewski, 7 books
Jerome Z. Litt, 7 books
Sunggyu Lee, 7 books
David Tunley, 7 books
Ergonomics Society. Conference, 7 books
John Mendelsohn, 7 books


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