Anaphylaktoide Reaktionen: nach Infusion natürlicher und künstlicher Kolloide
Ring, Johannes
Berlin [u.a.]. Springer. 1978. VIII, 202 S. : Ill., graph. Darst.. Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin ; 111.
ISBN 3-540-08753-2

Anaphylaktoide Reaktionen: nach Infusion natürlicher und künstlicher Kolloide
Ring, Johannes
Berlin [West][u.a.]. Springer. 1978. XI, 202 S.. Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin ; 111.
ISBN 3-540-08753-2

Anaphylaktoide Reaktionen: nach Infusion nerlag
Ring, Johannes
1986. 244 S. : zahlr. Ill.. Falken-Sachbuch.
ISBN 3-8068-4053-9

Anaphylaktoide Reaktionen nach Infusion natürlicher und künstlicher Kolloide
Ring, Johannes
Berlin [u.a.]. Springer. 1978. XI, 202 S.. Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin ; 111.
ISBN 3-540-08753-2

Anaphylaktoide Reaktionen nach Infusion natuerlicher und kuenstlicher Kollooide
Ring, Johannes
Berlin. Springer. 1978. 202 S.. Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin ; 111.
ISBN 3-540-08753-2

¬Die¬ Anaphylarie gegen Erythrocyten-Suspensionen
Fischer, Gustav
Berlin. Springer. 1924. IV S., S. 659 - 680.

Anaphylatoxin C5a-induzierte Glucose-Freisetzung aus Hepatocyten der perfundierten Rattenleber: Vermittlung durch hämodynamische und hypoxieauslösende Wirkung von Thromboxan A2 aus Kupfferzellen
Pestel, Sabine
Hannover. 1999. 133 S. : graph. Darst..

Die Anaphylatoxine C3a und C5a und ihre zellulären Rezeptoren: molekulare Untersuchungen zur Ligand-Rezeptor-Interaktion ; 1. Molekulare Klonierung und Charakterisierung des humanen C3a-Rezeptors, 2. Generierung und Charakterisierung von C3a-Rezeptor-/C5a-Rezeptor-Chimären, 3. Charakterisierung von C-terminalen C5a-Mutanten
Crass, Torsten,
Online-Ressource..

Anaphylaxie
Alphen, Adriaan J.
1 Aufl.. Jena. 1911. 48 S..

Anaphylaxieähnliche Reaktionen bei Acyl-N-methyltaurinen.
Pfanner, Elisabeth,
Basel, . 1940.. 27 p..

Anaphylaxie, Allergie und Herdinfekt in ihren Beziehungen zur periodischen Augenentzündung der Pferde
Unger, Heinz
1955.

Anaphylaxie comme méthode de recherche de l'absorption vésicale
Smiljanitch, Dragoslav.
1926.. 27 p..

Die Anaphylaxie gegen Erythrocyten-Suspensionen
Fischer, Gustav
Berlin. Springer. 1924. S. 659-680, IV.

¬Die¬ Anaphylaxie in der Augenheilkunde
Szily, Aurel ¬von¬
Stuttgart. Enke. 1914. 317 S., 13 Bl. : Ill..

Anaphylaxis: a facsimile of the first English edition 1913
Richet, Charles
Abingdon. Oxford Historical Books. 1989. XII, 266 S..
ISBN 1-87139-502-X

Anaphylaxis
Bock, Gregory ; Goode, Jamie
Chichester [u.a.]. Wiley. 2004. IX, 296 S.. Novartis Foundation symposium ; 257.
ISBN 0-470-86114-2

Die Anaphytose oder Verjüngung der Pflanzen: ein Schlüssel zur Erklärung des Wachsens, Blühens und Fruchttragens, mit praktischen Rücksichten auf die Kultur der Pflanzen
Schultz-Schultzenstein, Karl Heinrich
Berlin. Hirschwald. 1843. XXII, 214 S..

A nap házában: újabb versek
Bisztray, Ádám
Budapest. Széphalom KönyvmÍuhely. 1992. 80 S..
ISBN 963-7488-44-8 : 90.00Ft

ANAPI: notre histoire, 1985 - 2003
[Saint-Cloud]. Atlante Éd.. 2004. 379 S..
ISBN 2-912671-17-5

An API for location aware computing
Bell, Jason Murray,
c2003.. 90 p..

An API module design for a learning management system based on the SCORM standard
Karlsson, Stefan
Göteborg. Chalmers tekniska högskola,. 2004. 38, 140 s..

¬A¬ napi O 2 ritmus és a trofitás összefüggése a Balaton délnyugati öblözeteiben: [mit engl., russ. u. dt. Zsfassg.]
Kárpáti, Vera ; Pomogyi, Piroska
[Keszthely]. Föiskola. 1978. 28 S. ; 8-o. A Keszthelyi mezögazdaságtudományi Kar Közleményei ; Évf. 20, szám 7.

A nap kék ruháján
Szabó, DezsÍo
Pomáz. Kráter MÍuhely Egyesület. 2003. 89 S..
ISBN 963-947225-5

A napló
Moldova, György
Budapest. MagvetÍo Kiadó. 1983. 615 S..
ISBN 963-14-0028-X

¬An¬ APL2 tool box for investigating Schwarz methods
Pospiech, Christoph
Heidelberg. IBM Deutschland. 1991. 33 S. : graph. Darst.. HDSC technical reports ; 91,16.

¬Die¬ Anaplasmose: Ätiologie, Epidemiologie, Behandlung und Verhütung ; Untersuchungen und Erfahrungen in den Hochtälern der Anden und der Küstenebene Perus
Seifert, Horst S.
1 Aufl.. Hannover. Schaper. 1971. 243 S..

<<Das>> anaplastische grosszellige (CD30-positive) Lymphon (ALCL): Klinik und Pathologie von 32 Patienten der Zentralschweiz (1988-1998)
Marfurt, Daniel
Bern . 1999. 91 Bl..

<<An>> APL based hardware description and simulation system at register transfer level
Balaci, Radu Dumitru
Minneapolis - Minn. . 1978. 3 Microfiches..

Ana Plácido: a autobiografia como processo genealógico de escrita (narrativa)
Cabral, Fernanda ; Plácido, Ana Augusta
Lisboa. Caminho. 1991. 170 S..
ISBN 972-210567-1 : Cr$1,600

¬An¬ APL/CMS data base support system for distribution lists
Lattermann, ...
Heidelberg. IBM Germany. 1975. 5 S.. Technical note / IBM Germany, Wissenschaftliches Zentrum Heidelberg ; TN 75,08.

An APL compiler
Budd, Timothy A.
New York, NY [u.a.]. Springer. 1988. XI, 156 S..
ISBN 0-387-96643-9

A napóleoni háborúk és a magyar nemesség: emléküles az 1809. évi francia háború 180. évfordulójanak alkalmából ; [Veszprém 1989. június 13 - 14.]
Veress, D. Csaba
Veszprém. Laczkó DezsÍo Múzeum. 1992. 136 p.. Veszprémi múzeumi konferenciák ; 2.
ISBN 963-7208-23-2

¬An¬ APL language computer program for use in electron microprobe analysis
Smith, D. G. W. ; Tomlinson, M. C.
Lawrence, Kan.. State Geological Survey, Univ. of Kansas. 1970. 28 S.. Computer contribution ; 45.

<<A>> naplÐo
Moldova, György
Budapest . Magvetîo. 1983. 615 S..

&lt;&lt;The&gt;&gt; ANAPLOT: history, basic features and performance
Montreal. 1979. S. 90 - 192.

An APL system fo GMANOVA model
Liski, Erkki ; Nummi, Tapio
Tampere. Dept., Univ.. 1986. 15 S.. Report. Department of Mathematical Sciences. University of Tampere. A ; 171.
ISBN 951-44-2022-5

¬An¬ APL Terminal Approach to computer mapping
Kvaternik, R.
Toronto. 1972. V, 182 Bl.. Technical Report. Computer Systems Research Group, University of Toronto ; 21.

anaPlus: die erste Jahresabschlußanalyse unter Windows 3.1 und WINOS231 ; berechnet über 100 Kennziffern in Sekundenschnelle
Froherz, Michael
1. Aufl. Düsseldorf [u.a.]. SYBEX. 1993. Medienkombination. Software unter Windows.
ISBN 3-8155-9025-6

Anaplus Bospori: una cum scholiis X saeculi
Dionysius <Byzantius> ; Güngerich, Rudolf
Ed. altera ex ed. anni 1927 lucis ope expressa. Berolini. Weidmann. 1958. XLIV, 45 S..

Anapnoë: [Programmheft zur] Premiere am 22. Juni 2001
Klötzke, Ernst August ; Orff, Carl ; Sutherland, James ; Poremba, Margrit [Red.]
[Programmheft]. Wiesbaden. Dinges & Frick. 2001. 64 S..

An apocalypse for the church and for the world: the narrative function of universal language in the book of revelation
Herms, Ronald
Berlin [u.a.]. de Gruyter. 2006. XV, 299 S.. Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche ; 143.
ISBN 3-11-019312-4
1

An apocryphal letter from the Arabic philosopher Al-Kindi to Theodore, Frederick II. astrologer: concerning Gog and Magog the enclosed nations and the scourge of the Mongols
Burnett, C. S. F.
Berkeley [u.a.]. Univ. of California Press. 1984. S. [151] - 167.

Anapoda chronia: syllogikÅe mnÅemÅe kai historia sto Ziaka GrebenÅon (1900 - 1950)
Mpuschoten, RikÅe ban
AthÅena. Plethron. 1997. 249 S.. Laïkos politismos : topikes koinÅonies.
ISBN 960348-067-3

Anapoda gyrisan ta rologia
Sachtures, Miltos
AthÅena. Kedros. 1998. 28 S..
ISBN 960-041556-0

A napok hordaléka
Déry, Tibor ; Réz, Pál
Budapest. Szépirodalmi Könyvkiadó. 1982. 650 p.. Déry Tibor munkái.
ISBN 963-15-1928-7 : 47.00Ft

A napok maradéka XXXIII
Kovács, Ferenc
Budapest. Új Mandátum könyvk.. 1998. 134 S.. Emberhalász könyvek.
ISBN 963-8294-50-7

A Napoli si parla cosi: [manuale di conversazione per conoscere e praticare la lingua partenopea]
Amato, Bruno ; Pardo, Anna
Milano. A. Vallardi. 1999. 206 S.. Superdomino.
ISBN 88-8211-316-7

An Apollo 15 mare basalt fragment and lunar mare provices
Ryder, Graham. ; Burling, Trina Cox.
[Washington, D.C.. National Aeronautics and Space Administration,. 1997]. p. 50-59.

AN APOLLO 15 MARE BASALT FRAGMENT AND LUNAR MARE PROVINCES... NASA-CR-204897... SEP. 18, 1997
[S.l.. s.n.,. 1998?].

¬An¬ apollogie, confirmation and addition to the Uranicall astrolabe
Blagrave, John
London. [Purfoot]. [1597?]. 16 S..

An apollogie confirmation explanation and addition to the Vranicall astrolabe
Blagrave, John, ; Blagrave, John,
[S.l.. T. Purfoot,. 1597?]. [16] p..

¬An¬ apologetical discourse for a late celebrated Apology: shewing the real end and design of that treatise; and containing many curious and remarkable observations on the times, and on persons. Written by the real author of the Apology, and by mistake sent to the printer in the room of another manuscript. ..
C---e ; Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope ; Marchmont, Hugh Hume
London. printed for J. Cobham. 1748. [6],18p..

¬An¬ apologetical epistle to the author of Remarks on Two Pamphlets: lately published against Dr. Middleton's introductory discourse
London. 1748.

¬An¬ apologeticall essay for righteousness ...: A sermon
James, Richard
London. Butter. 1632.

An apologeticall relation, of the particular sufferings of the faithfull ministers & professours of the Church of Scotland, since August, 1660.: Wherein severall questions, usefull for the time, are discussed: the King's prerogative over Parliaments & people soberly enquired into; the lawfulnes of defensive war cleared. The supreme Magistrats power in Church matters examined, Mr. Stillingfleet's, notion concerning the divine right of formes of Church government, considered. The author of the seasonable case answered, other particulars, such as the hearing of the curats, appearing before the high commission court, &c. canvassed. Together with the rise, reigne & ruine of the former prelats in Scotland. Being a brieff account from history, of the government of the Church of Scotland, from the beginning, & of the many troubles which prelats have created to her, first & last. For satisfaction of strangers & incouragement of present sufferers,
[n.p., . 1665]. 416 p..

An apologeticall relation, of the particular sufferings of the faithfull ministers & professours of the Church of Scotland, since August, 1660.: Wherein severall questions, usefull for the time, are discussed: the King's prerogative over Parliaments & people soberly enquired into; the lawfulnes of defensive war cltion da la Commune
Paris. Gallimard. 1976. 488 S.. Trente journées qui ont fait la France ; 26.

¬An¬ apologetical narration of the state and government of the Kirk of Scotland since the reformation: Certaine records touching the estate of the Kirk in the years 1605 [and] 1606
Scot, William
[Edinburgh]. 1846. ¬The¬ Wodrow Society ; (8.).

An apologetical narration, or, A just and necessary vindication of Clement Writer: against a four-fold charge laid on him by Richard Baxter, and published by him in print.
Writer, Clement,
London. Printed for David White ..., [1658]. [1], 78, [2], 26 p..

An apologetical relation of the particular sufferings of the faithful ministers and professors of the Church of Scotland, since August 1660: wherein several questions, useful for the time are discussed; the king's prerogative over parliaments and people soberly inquired into; the lawfulness of defensive war cleared ; the supreme magistrate's power in church matters examined ; Mr. Stillingfleet's notion concerning the divine right or forms of church government considered; the author of "The seasonable case" answered ; other particulars, such as the hearing of the curates appearing before the high commission court, etc., canvassed ...
Brown, John,
Edinburgh. Robert Ogle and Oliver and Boyd,. 1845.. xii, 212 p. ;.

¬An¬ apologie: of, and for sundrie proceedings by jurisdiction ecclesiasticall
Cosin, Richard
London. Barker. 1591.

¬An¬ apologie and true declaration of the institution and endevours of the two English Colleges: 1581
Allen, William
[Nachdr. der Ausg.] Mounts in Henault [i.e. Rheims] : [de Foigny], 1581. Menston. Scolar Press. 1971. 122, [20], [16] Bl.. English recusant literature ; 67.

¬An¬ apologie and vindication (from all false and malignant aspersions) for ... Earle of Essex
Apollonius <Pergaeus>
London. Harper. 1644.

An Apologie and vindication, from all false and malignant aspersions, for his excellencie, the right honouraatienter
Hov¯s. Mun-H-Center,. 2003. 58 s..

An Apologie and vindication, from all false and malignant aspersions, for his excellencie, the right honourable, and most noble, Robert D'Evreux, Earle of Essex, and Ewe, Viscount Hereford, Baron of Chartley, Lord Bourchier and Lovain, inheritour of all his thrice noble fathers honours and vertues: now Lord Generall of all the forces in arms in England and Wales, for the present high and honourable court of Parliament in defence of the true Protestant religion, laws and liberties of the subject : with a true and briefe chronologie of what successefull things have been done since his excellencie entred into action, and went from London which was in Aug. 1642 untill this present year, 1644.
London. Printed by Thomas Harper ...,. 1644.. [2], 23 p..

An apologie for Paris for rejecting of Juno and Pallas and presenting of Ate's golden ball to Venus: with a discussion of the reasons that might induce him to favour either of the three
Baron, Robert,
London. Printed for Th. Dring and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the George near Cliffords-Inne in Fleetstreet,. 1649.. [14], 96 p..

¬An¬ apologie for poetrie: 1595
Sidney, Philip ; Arber, Edward ¬[Hrsg.]¬
Birmingham. [Arber]. 1868. 72 S.. English reprints ; 4.

An apologie for poetrie
Sidney, Philip
Facs. London 1595. Amsterdam [u.a.]. Da Capo Press. 1971. ca. 88 S.. The English experience ; 413.
ISBN 90-221-0413-3

¬An¬ apologie for poetrie
Sidney, Philip ; Shuckburgh, Evelyn S.
Stereotyped ed., [Repr. der Ausg. von 1595]. Cambridge. Univ. Pr.. 1896. XXXVI, 192 S.. Pitt Press Series.

¬An¬ apologie for religion: or an answere to a pamphlet intituled, Certain articles or forcible reasons
Bulkeley, Edward
London. Johnson. 1602.

An apologie for sundrie proceedings by iurisdiction ecclesiasticall: of late times by some chalenged, and also diuersly by them impugned : by which apologie (in their seuerall due places) all the reasons and allegations set downe as well in a treatise, as in certaine notes (that goe from hand to hand) both against proceedings ex officio, and against oaths ministred to parties in causes criminall, are also examined and answered : vpon that occasion lately reuiewed, and much enlarged aboue the first priuate proiect, and now published, being diuided into three partes, the first part whereof chieflie sheweth what matters be incident to ecclesiasticall conisance, and so allowed by statutes and common law : the second treateth (for the most part) of the two wayes of proceeding in causes criminal, viz. by way of accusation, & ex officio iudicis : the third concerneth oaths in generall, but more specially the lawfulnesse of such as be ministred touching supposed offenses, either of themselues that sweare, or of their brethren : respectiuelie submitted to the graue iudgements of the reuerend iudges and other sages of the common lawe, of iudicious professors of the ciuill lawe, and of the right reuerend prelates and other grounded diuines in this realme : whereunto (for the learneds sake and for similitude of argument and iudgement) I haue presumed to adioine that right excellent and sound determination (concerning oaths) which was made by M. Lancelot Androvves ... an. 1591.
Cosin, Richard, ; Andrewes, Lancelot,
Imprinted at London. By the deputies of Christopher Barker,. 1593.. [30], 130, [10], 140, [6], 255, [1] p. ;.

¬An¬ apologie for svndrie proceedings by iurisdiction ecclesiasticall, of late times by some chalenged, and also diuersly by them impugned. By which Apologie (in their seuerall due places) all the reasons and allegations set downe as well in a treatise, as in certaine notes (that goe from hand to hand) both against proceedings ex officio, and against oaths ministred to parties in causes criminall; are also examined and answered: vpon that occasion lately reuiewed, and much enlarged aboue the first priuate proiect, and now published, being diuided into three partes: the first part whereof chieflie sheweth what matters be incident to ecclesiasticall conisance; and so allowed by statutes and common law: the second treateth (for the most part) of the two wayes of proceeding in causes criminal, viz. by way of accusation, & ex officio iudicis: the third concerneth oaths in generall, but more specially the lawfulnesse of such as be ministred touching supposed offenses, either of th....
Cosin, Richard ; Andrewes, Lancelot
Imprinted at London. by the deputies of Christopher Barker. 1593. 3 pts. in 1 v.

An apologie for the oath of allegiance: first set forth without a name, and now acknowledged by the author, the right high and mightie prince, Iames by the grace of God, King of great Britaine, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. Together, with a premonition of his Maiesties to all most mightie monarches, kings, free princes and states of Christendome
James ; Paul ; Bellarmino, Roberto Francesco Romolo,
Imprinted at London. By Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most excellent Maiestie,. Anno 1609. [4], 133, [15]; 112 p.

¬An¬ apologie full answering by scriptures and aunceant doctors: a blasphemose book gatherid by D. Steph. Gardiner and others late set forth under the name of T. Martin against the godly mariadge of priests
Ponet, John ; Gardiner, Stephen
Zürich. Froschauer. 1555.

¬An¬ apologie in briefe assertions defending that our Lord died in the time properly foretold to Daniel: For satisfaction of some students in both vniuersities. H. Broughton
Broughton, Hugh
London. Printed by VVilliam Kearney dwelling within Creeple-gate. 1592.

¬An¬ apologie of, and for sundrie proceedings by jurisdiction ecclesiasticall
Cosin, Richard
London. Barker. 1593.

An apologie of John Digby, earl of Bristol
Digby, John
[Anr. ed.]. London. 1660. 102 S..

An apologie of John Digby, earl of Bristol
Digby, John
[Anr. ed.]. [Caen]. 1657. 106 S..

An apologie of John, Earl of Bristol: consisting of two tracts : in the first, he setteth down those motives and tyes of religion, oaths, laws, loyalty, and gratitude, which obliged him to adhere unto the King in the late unhappy wars in England : in the second, he vindicateth his honour and innocency from having in any kind deserved that injurious and merciless censure, of being excepted from pardon or mercy, either in life or fortunes.
Bristol, John Digby,
[Caen. s.n.],. 1657.. [6], 72, [4], 24 p..

An apologie of John earl of Bristol, consisting of two tracts.: In the first, he setteth down those motives and tyes of religion, oaths, laws, loyalty, and gratitude, which obliged him to adhere unto the King ... In the second, he vindicateth his honour and innocency ...
Bristol, John Digby,
[London], . 1657.. [6], 72, 24 p..

An apologie of John, Lord Digby, Earl of Bristoll: in two parts : in the first, he setteth down those motives and tyes of religion, oaths, loyalty, and gratitude, which obliged him to adhere to His Late Majesty of glorious memory in the late unhappy civil warres of England : in the second, he vindicateth his honour and innocency from having in the least deserved that cruel censure of being excepted (for life and estate) by his blood-thirsty enemies.
Bristol, John Digby,
[London]. First printed at Caen, and now Reprinted at London : [s.n.],. 1660.. [6], 72, 24 p..

¬An¬ apologie of private masse spredde abroade in writing: against the offer made in certain sermons by the byshop of Salesburie
Jewel, John
London. Powell. 1562.

¬An¬ apologie of private masse spredde abroade in writyng: against the offer made in certain sermons by the byshop of Salesburie ; With an answere [by Bp. Cooper]
Jewel, John
London. Powell. 1562.

¬An¬ apologie of private masse spredde abroad in writyng: against the offer made in certain sermons by the byshop of Salesburie ; With an answere [by Bp. Cooper]
Jewel, John
S.l.. s.a..

An apologie of the churches in New-England for church-covenant, or, A discourse touching the covenant between God and men, and especially concerning church-covenant ...: sent over in answer to Master Bernard, in the yeare 1639 ..
Mather, Richard, ; Peters, Hugh, ; Davenport, John,
London. Printed by T.P. and M.S. for Benjamin Allen,. 1643. [3], 46, [49]-78 p.

¬An¬ apologie, or aunswer in defence of the church of England: concerninge the state of religion used in the same
Jewel, John
[Nachdr. d. Ausg. Londinum, 1562]. Menston. Scolar Pr.. 1969.

¬An¬ apologie, or aunswer in defence of the Church of England, concerninge the state of religion used in the same
Jewel, John
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1972. Fol. 70. The English experience ; 470.

An apologie, or aunswer in defence of the Church of England, concerning the state of religion used in the same.
Jewel, John
Amsterdam, . 1972.

An apologie, or defence, of those Englishe writers & preachers which Cerberus, the three headed dog of Hell, chargeth wyth false doctrine, vnder the name of predestination
Crowley, Robert, ; Denham, Henry, ; Bynneman, Henry,
By [H. Denham for] Henry Binneman,. Imprinted at London .... [3], 104 [i.e. 115] leaves ;.

¬An¬ apologie or defence of those Englishe writers which Cerberus chargeth wyth false doctrine
Crowley, Robert
London. Binneman. 1566.

An apology
Joy, George ; Arber, Edward
Birmingham. 1882. The English Scholar's Library ; 13.

An apology: the Protestant Episcopal society for the Promotion of evangelical knowledge: its origin, constitution, tendencies and work; submitted to the impartial judgment of the members of the Protestant Episcopal church
Andrews, Charles Wesley,
New York. Printed by J. A. Gray.. 1854. 44 p. ;.

¬An¬ apology against the defence of schisme: [1593]
Garnet, Henry
[Nachdr. der Ausg.] [1593]. Menston. Scolar Press. 1973. 200 S., [ca. 90] Bl.. English recusant literature ; 167.
ISBN 0-85967-133-X

An Apology and advice for some of the clergy, who suffer under false and scandalous reports
London. Printed for A.E.,. 1674.. [2], 12 p..

¬An¬ apology and advice frome some of the clergy
London. A. E.. 1674.

¬An¬ apology for actors
Heywood, Thomas
London. Okes. 1612.

¬An¬ apology for actors
Heywood, Thomas
[Nachdr. d. Ausg. London, 1612]. New York u.a.. Garland Publ.. 1973.

¬An¬ apology for actors: in three books
Heywood, Thomas
[Repr. of the ed.] London, 1841. Nendeln, Liechtenstein. Kraus. 1966. XVI, 66 S.. Publications / Shakespeare Society of London ; 3.

¬An¬ apology for actors: in three books ; from the edition of 1612, compared with that of W. Cartwright, with an introduction and notes
Heywood, Thomas
[Nachdr. der Ausg.] London, 1841. [Nendeln]. [Kraus Reprint]. 1966. XVI, 66 S.. Publications of the Shakespeare-Society ; [1841,3].

¬An¬ apology for actors: (1612)
Heywood, Thomas ; Perkinson, Richard H.
[Repr. der Ausg.] 1941, 2. print. Delmar, N.Y.. Scholar's Facs. & Repr.. 1978. Getr. Zählung.
ISBN 0-8201-1198-8

An apology for actors (1612)
Heywood, Thomas, ; I. G., ; Perkinson, Richard Henry,
New York, . Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints,. 1941.. xvii p., facsim. ([64] p.), ix p., facsim.: 1 ., 62 (i.e. 66) p..

An apology for apologetics: a study in the logic of interreligious dialogue
Griffiths, Paul J.
Maryknoll, N.Y. Orbis Books. 1991. xii, 113 p.. Faith meets faith series.
ISBN 0-88344-762-2 : $39.95

An apology for authorized and set forms of liturgie
Taylor, Jeremy
London. Royston. 1649.

¬An¬ apology for capitalism?
Disney, Helen ¬[Hrsg.]¬ ; Bishop, Matthew
London. Stockholm Network. 2004. XVIII, 109 S..
ISBN 0-9547663-1-8

An apology for Christianity: in a series of letters, addressed to Edward Gibbon, Esq; author of the History of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire
Watson, Richard, ; Gibbon, Edward,
Cambridge. Printed by J. Archdeacon ... for T. & J. Merrill, and J. Woodyer [and 6 others],. 1777.. [4], 304 p. ;.

An apology for Christianity,: in a series of letters, addressed to Edward Gibbon, Esq. Author of The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire. : Being a necessary and instructive appendix thereto.
Watson, Richard, ; Gibbon, Edward,
New-Brunswick [N.J.]:. Printed by Abraham Blauvelt.,. 1796. x, 136, [2] p. ;.

An apology for Christianity.: In a series of letters, addressed to Edward Gibbon, Esq; author of The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire. : Being a necessary and instructive appendix thereto.
Watson, Richard, ; Gibbon, Edward,
Printed at Providence (R. Island). by Carter and Wilkinson, and sold at their book-store, opposite the market.,. M,DCC,XCIV. [1794]. viii, 155, [1] p. ;.

An apology for Christianity and An apology for the Bible
Watson, Richard
Repr. [d. Ausg.] Dublin 1776 [u.] 1796. New York [u.a.]. Garland. 1977. 295, 146 S.. British philosophers and theologians of the 17th & 18th centuries ; 63.
ISBN 0-8240-1765-X

¬An¬ apology for Christopher Syms and his way and method of teaching
Syms, Christopher
[Mikrofilm-Ausg.]. Dublin. [Soc. of Stationers]. 1633.

An apology for Congregational divines: against the charge of ... : under which head are published amicable letters between the author and a conformist
Young, Samuel,
London. Printed for John Harris ... ,. 1698.. 190 p..

An apology for dissenting from under the jurisdiction of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the year 1810
Creese, Josiah.
Philadelphia. Printed for Robert Dennison,. 1811.. 105 p..

An apology for English ship-builders;: showing that it is not necessary the country should look to the navy for naval architects.
London. . Wilson.. 1833.. 48 p..

An apology for his life
Cibber, Colley,
London, . J. M. Dent & sons, ltd.;. [1938]. xv, 302 p..

An apology for Homer: wherein the true nature and design of the Iliad is explained. And a new system of his theomythology proposed. By F. Hardovin. Translated from the French
Hardouin, Jean
London. printed and sold W. Wilkins. 171.

An apology for Lollard doctrines
Wyclif, Johannes ; Todd, James H. [Hrsg.]
London. Camden Soc.. 1842. LXIII, 206 S..

An apology for Lollard doctrines
Wyclif, Johannes ; Todd, James H.
1. reprinting [der Ausg.] 1842. New York, NY. Johnson Reprint Corp. [u.a.]. 1968. LXIII, 206 S.. Camden Society ; Old ser.,20.

¬An¬ apology for Lollard doctrines, attributed to Wicliffe: Now first printed from a ms. in the library of Trinity College, Dublin. With an introd. an notes
Wyclif, Johannes ; Todd, James Henthorn
London. Camden Soc.. 1842. LXIII, 206 S.. Camden old series ; 20..

An apology for Mr. R. Stafford,: with an admonition to him and such other honest mistaken people.
Socrates Christianus,
London, . 1690.. [2], 18 p. (incl. covers).

An apology for Mr. R. Stafford, with an admonition to him and such other honest mistaken people: wherein the nature of the English monarchy is plainly explained, the justice of the present settlement asserted, and other matters of great ment for the establishment thereof briefly noted
Stephens, Edward,
London. [s.n.],. 1690.. [2], 18 p..

¬An¬ Apology for M. R. Stafford with an admonition to him: wherein the nature of the english monarchy is ... explained ...
London. 1690.

An apology for Mr. Toland: in a letter from himself to a member of the House of Commons in Ireland, written the day before his book was resolv'd to be burnt by the Committee of Religion : to which is prefix'd a narrative containing the occasion of the said letter
Toland, John,
London. [s.n.],. 1697. 52 p.

¬An¬ apology for negro slavery: or the West-India planters vindicated from the charge of inhumanity. By the author of Letters to a young planter
Turnbull, Gordon
The second edition, with additions. London. printed by J. Stevenson, for J. Strachan; R. Faulder; and W. Richardson. 1786. 68p.

An apology for Negro slavery, or, The West-India planters vindicated from the charge of inhumanity
Author of Letters to a young planter.
London. Printed by Stuart and Stevenson for J. Strachan,. 1786.. 64 p..

An apology for, or vindication of the oppressed persecuted ministers & professors of the Presbyterian Reformed religion in the Church of Scotland: emitted in the defence of them, and the cause for which they suffer : & that for the informion of ignorant, the satisfaction and establishment of the doubtful, the conviction (if possible) of the malicious, the warning of our rulers, the strengthening & comforting of the said sufferers under their present pressurs & trials.
Smith, Hugh, ; Jamieson, Alexander.
[Edinburgh?. s.n.],. 1677.. [24], 182 p..

An apology for poetry: or the defence of poesy
Sidney, Philip
Reprinted. Manchester. Univ. Pr.. 1984. XVIII, 244 S.. Old [and] middle English texts.
ISBN 0-7190-0516-7

¬An¬ Apology for poetry: the Defence of poesie
Sidney, Philip ; Clemen, Wolfgang
Heidelberg. Winter. 1950. 62 S. ; 8-o. Editiones Heidelbergenses ; H. Nr 15.

An apology for poetry: or, The defence of poesy.
Sidney, Philip, ; Shepard, Geoffrey.
London, . T. Nelson. [1965]. p. cm.

AN APOLOGY FOR POETRY : OR THE DEFENCE OF POESY / SIR PHILIP SIDNEY. ED. BY GEOFFREY SHEPHERD
Sidney, Philip ; Shepherd, Geoffrey
REPR. F THE 1965 ED.. LONDON. NELSON. 1967. XVIII, 244 S.. NELSON'S MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE LIBRARY.

¬An¬ apology for poetry or The defence of poesy
Sidney, Philip
Manchester. Manchester University Press. 1989. XVIII, 244 S..
ISBN 0-7190-0516-7