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Taylor & Francis Publisher - 7,876 works / 1,318 ebooks

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  • Arms and the man by George Bernard Shaw
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    Zadig by Voltaire
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    Exiles by James Joyce
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    The devil's disciple by George Bernard Shaw
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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
    The demolished man by Alfred Bester
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    Euthydemus by Plato
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    Traité de physique by Jacques Rohault
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    Algic researches by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
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    Beginners' dictionary of Chinese-Japanese characters by Arthur Rose-Innes
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published most by this publisher
J. Lesourne, 16 books
Peter Charles Hoffer, 15 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
Barnes Et, 8 books
Asim Kurjak, 8 books
Jorge Rabassa, 7 books
United Nations., 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


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