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Statementedited by Brian D. MacLean.
ContributionsMacLean, Brian D. 1950-
LC ClassificationsHV"7405"P64"1986
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Paginationxvi, 383 p
Number of Pages383
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Open LibraryOL21019349M
ISBN 100136842836

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