¬An¬ areal-typological study of american indian
Dik, S.C. (u.a.)
North-Holland. 1976.
ISBN 0-444-11046-1

An areal-typological study of American Indian languages North of Mexico
Sherzer, Joel
Amsterdam. North-Holland Publ.. 1976. 14, 284 S., 6 Bl. Ktn-Zeichn. North-Holland linguistic series. 20.
ISBN 0-7204-0400-2

An areal-typological study of the American Indian languages north of Mexico
Sherzer, Joel
1968. 645 leaves.

ANARE Antarctic field manual
Kingston, Tasm.. Antarctic Division. 1987. IV, 140 S..
ISBN 0-642-11783-7

An area of conquest: popular democracy and West Indies cricket supremacy
Beckles, Hilary MacDonald
Kingston. Ian Randle Publ. IPR. 1994. 154 S.. Studies in West Indies cricket culture ; Nr. 2.
ISBN 976-810048-6

An area of darkness
Naipaul, Viviadhar S.
8th reprint. Harmondsworth [u.a.]. Penguin. 1985. 266 S..
ISBN 0-14-002895-1

¬An¬ area of darkness
Naipaul, Vidiadhar S.
London. Deutsch. 1964. 281 S..

An area of darkness
Naipaul, Vidiadhar S.
1. Vintage Books ed.. New York. Vintage Books. 1981. 281 S.. Vintage ; 673 : Belles lettres.
0-394-74673-2

An area of darkness
Naipaul, Vidiadhar S.
London [u.a.]. Picador. 1995. 339 S.. [Picador travel classics] ; 7.
ISBN 0-330-34127-8 (: £ 10.99)

¬An¬ area of freedom security and justice: five years after its creation
Snyder, Francis G.
Oxford [u.a.]. Blackwell. 2004. S. 147 - 253. European law journal ; Vol. 10, Issue 2 : Special issue.

¬An¬ area-preserving mapping in nonlinear Gas oscillations
Moser, Alfred
1984. 80 S..

An area study in adult education in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames with special reference to Hillcroft College
Borgen, Sonia
Oslo. <S. Borgen> ,. 1974. 95 pag. bl..

¬An¬ area theorem for a one-dimensional semi-direct extension of homogeneous groups
Damek, Ewa
Wroclaw. Inst., Univ.. 1986. 11 S.. Preprint. Mathematical Institute. University of Wroclaw ; 74.

¬An¬ area-wide model (AWM) for the Euro area
Fagan, Gabriel ; Henry, Jérôme ; Mestre, Ricardo
Frankfurt am Main. ECB. 2001. 61 S.. Working paper series / European Central Bank ; 01,42.

An area-wide planning methodology for metropolitan lagos
Dosunmu, Wahab Olaseinde.
1972.. 211 leaves..

Ana, recuerdos de La Casa Verde: y otros relatos
Gavlovski, Johnny
Caracas. Ed. Pomaire. 1994. 106 S..
ISBN 980-290109-1

ANA regional clinical conferences.
New York, . Appleton-Century-Crofts [etc.].

ANARE reports
Canberra.

ANARE reports
Melbourne. 1953.

ANARE reports
Burwood. 1948.

¬An¬ Argentine-Egyptian archaeological parallel
Rydén, Stig
Berlin. Reimer. 1955. S. 137 - 141.

An Argentine passion: María Luisa Bemberg and her films
King, John [Hrsg.]
London [u.a.]. Verso. 2000. XIII, 234 S..
1-85984-308-5

AnargharÅaghava: Einführung und Übersetzung
1050-1135 ; Steiner, Karin
Wiesbaden. Harrassowitz. 1997. 314 S.. Drama und Theater in Südasien ; Bd. 1.
ISBN 3-447-03906-X (kart.) : DM 98.00

The Anargharâghava
Murari ; Durgaprasada [Hrsg.] ; Paraba, Kasinatha P. [Hrsg.] ; Rucipati [Komm.]
Bombay. Nirnaya-Sâgara Press. 1887. Kâvyamâlâ ; 5.

An argument addressed to His Excellency, the governor of Pennsylvania: in support of the bill to incorporate the Pennsylvania Fiscal Agency
Green, Duff,
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1859]. 32 p.

An argument addressed to His Majesty's royal commissioners in the island of Jersey, on Tuesday, the thirty-first of December, 1811
Allen, E.,
London. W. Clarke and Sons,. 1812.. 107 p. ;.

¬An¬ argument addressed to the Yeomanry of Ireland: demonstrating the right, the propriety, the utility, and the obligation of declaring their sentiments on political subjects, in their public distinctive character of Yeoman
Eunomus
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 834..

An argument addressed to the yeomanry of Ireland: demonstrating the right, the propriety, the utility, and the obligation of declaring their sentiments on political subjects, in their public distinctive character of yeomen
Eunomus. ; Stockdale, John,
Dublin. Printed by J. Stockdale,. 1800.. 31 p. ;.

AN ARGUMENT AGAINST 'AN ARGUMENT AGAINST THE PRINCIPLE OF SIMULTANEOUS APPLICATIONS OF PHONOLOGICAL RULES'. BY CATHERINE RINGEN
RINGEN, CATHERINE
BLOOMINGTON, IND.. IND. UNIV. LINGUISTICS CLUB. 1974. 4 S..

¬An¬ argument against a war with France. Wherein a late pamphlet entitled, Reasons for a war, is thoroughly examin'd, and fully refuted. By the author of The history of the mitre and purse
Author of the history of the mitre and purse
London. printed for J. Roberts. 1715. 40p..

An Argument against the abolition of the Constitution of the United States.
Copperskin.
Sangamon [Ill.] . Printed at the "Tribune" Office,. 1864.. 12 p..

An argument against the jurisdiction of Military Commissions to try citizens of the United States.
Bowles, Wm. A. [from old catalog]
Indianapolis. . Hall and Hutichinson,. 1865.. 61 p..

An argumentative and practical discourse of infant-baptism: in which I. The lawfulness of infant-baptism is demonstrated, II. The objections against infant-baptism are answered, III. The usefulness of the ordinance is asserted, IV. The sinfulness of re-baptizing manifested, V. The non-necessity of dipping evidenced, VI. The practical use of infant-baptism urged and inforced
Burkitt, William,
London. Printed by T.M. for Tho. Parkhurst ...,. 1695.. [4], 68 p..

An argument delivered by Patrick Darcy, esquire: by the expresse order of the House of Commons in the Parliament of Ireland, 9 iunii, 1641.
Darcy, Patrick,
Waterford [Waterford]. by Thomas Bourke,. 1643.. 144 p..

An argument delivered on the part of New-York, at the hearing before His Majesty's commissioners, appointed by His Royal commission under the Great Seal of Great-Britain, bearing date the 7th October, 1767, to settle and determine the boundary line, between the colonies of New-York, and New-Jersey
Scott, John Morin, ; Kissam, Benjamin, ; Duane, James,
[New York]. Printed [by Hugh Gaine],. in the year M,DCC,LXIX. [1769]. 47, [33] p. ;.

An argument for and persuasive unto the great and important duty of family worship: with rules and directions for the due performance of it.
Colman, Benjamin,
Boston, N.E.. Printed by Gamaliel Rogers, for Thomas Hancock at the Bible and Three Crowns near the town dock.,. 1728. [2], 43, [1] p. ;.

An argument for a protective tariff: the farmer's question : being a reply to the Cobden Club tract entitled "The western farmer of America"
Hayes, John L.
Cambridge [Mass.]. University Press,. 1880.. 41 p. ;.

An argument for a third presidential term.
T., M. C. [from old catalog] ; M.
[n.p., . 1874]. p. cm..

An argument for Britain
Clohesy, Anthony M.
Colchester, Essex. Dep. of Gov., Univ. of Essex. 2000. 23 S.. Essex papers in politics and government ; 152.
ISBN 1-89828-064-9

An argument for construing largely the right of an appellee of murder, to insist on trial by battle: and also for abolishing appeals : with an appendix, containing a report of a debate in the House of Commons, on abolishing appeal of murder in the British North American colonies, etc. etc.
Kendall, Edward Augustus,
London. Printed by B.R. Howlett, for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy and Clarke and Sons,. 1818.. xiv, xix, 307 p..

An argument for "Discourses on Christian nurture": addressed to the publishing committee of the Massachusetts Sabbath school society
Bushnell, Horace,
Hartford. Edwin Hunt,. 1847.. 48 p. ;.

An argument for insurance as commerce and for national insurance supervision.
Hess, Henry Egmont,
[New York? . 1904]. p. cm..

¬An¬ argument for Ireland
O'Connell, John
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 5 Mikrofiches : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 1288..

¬An¬ argument for mind
Kagan, Jerome
New Haven, Conn. [u.a.]. Yale Univ. Press. 2006. XII, 287 S..
ISBN 0-300-11337-4

¬An¬ argument for natural and revealed religion: in which the principles of freethinkers are examined. By the Rev. James Williamson
Williamson, James
Oxford. printed for Daniel Prince; and sold by Messrs Rivington, London. 1776.

An argument for soft layering of protocols
Cooper, Geoffrey Howard.
Cambridge, Mass.. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Laboratory for Computer Science,. c1983.. 117 p..

An argument for the conditional repeal of the Legal-Tender Act
Atkinson, Edward,
Boston. A. Williams,. 1874.. 32 p. ;.

An argument for the legislative prohibition of the liquor traffic
Lees, Frederic Richard,
London. W. Tweedie,. 1857.. 320 p. ;.

An argument for the legislative prohibition of the liquor traffic
Lees, Frederic Richard,
London. William Tweedie ;. 1856. 332 p. ;.

An argument for the legislative prohibition of the liquor traffic:
Lees, Frederic Richard,
London, . W. Tweedie; [etc., etc.]. 1857.. p. cm..

An argument for the use of authentic texts with beginners of Japanese as a foreign language
Ruddock, Karen.
Dublin. Centre for Language and Communication Studies,. 2000.. 12 S..

An argument in defence of the exclusive right claimed by the colonies to tax themselves,: with a review of the laws of England, relative to representation and taxation.
Parker, [from old catalog]
London, . 1774.. p. cm..

¬An¬ argument in defence of the hospitaller
Turner, John
London. 1689. 31 S..

¬An¬ argument in defence of the marriage of an uncle
Turner, John
London. Kettilby. 1686.

¬An¬ argument in defence of the marriage of an uncle with the daughter of his half-brother by the father's side
Turner, John
London. Printed by H. Hills, jun. for Walter Kettilby. 1686.

An argument in favor of the constitutionality of the general banking law of this state: delivered before the Supreme Court at the July term, 1839
Foot, Samuel A.
Geneva [N.Y.]. I. Merrell,. 1839.. 101 p. ;.

An argument in favor of the organization of a financial corporation and union of banks, together with plans of consolidation.
[Detroit? . 1892]. 103 p..

An argument in justification of the five members accused by His Majesty.: Wherin is proved, that the raising of this present army by authority of Parliament, is not treason ...
Bland, Peter,
London. Printed for John Field,. [1642]. 15 p..

An argument in relation to the Levitical marriage law: particularly as affecting the question of the marriage of a widower with his deceased wife's sister
Binney, Thomas, ; Symington, William,
London. Ward,. [1851?]. 68 p. ;.

An argument in support of the right of the poor in the Kingdom of Ireland, to a national provision: in the appendix to which, an attempt is made to settle a measure of the contribution due from each man to the poor, on the footing of justice. By Richard Woodward, ..
Woodward, Richard
Dublin. printed by and for S. Powell. 1768. 55,[1]p..

An argument, legal and historical, for the legislative prohibition of the liquor traffic
Lees, Frederic Richard,
London. W. Tweedie,. 1856.. xv, 317 p. ;.

An argument of a learned judge in the Exchequer-chamber upon a writ of error out of the King's-bench, in a cause, wherein Sir Samuel Barnadiston was plaintiff against Sir William Soame ...: wherein the privilege of the House of Commons, in determining matters relating to the right of elections of their own members, is justified. Necessary for all persons that have any thing to do with elections. From the original ms.
Guilford, Francis North,
London. Printed for G. Sawbridge,. 1704.. 24 p..

¬An¬ Argument of images: the poetry of Alexander Pope
Spacks, Patricia Meyer
Cambridge, Mass.. Harvard Univ. Pr.. 1971. 273 S..

An argument of law concerning the bill of attainder of high-treason of Thomas, earle of Strafford,: at a conference in a committee of both houses of Parliament.
Saint John, Oliver,
London, . Published by order of the Commons House, Printed by G.M. for J. Bartlet,. 1641.. 78 p..

An argument of law concerning the bill of attainder of high-treason of Thomas Earle of Strafford: at a conference in a committee of both houses of Parliament
St. John, Oliver,
London. [s.n.],. printed anno domini 1641.. [2], 38 p. ;.

An argument of law concerning the bill of attainder of high-treason of Thomas, earle of Strafford:
Saint John, Oliver,
London, . Printed for J. Stafford and F. Eaglesfield,. 1641.. p. cm..

An argument of law concerning the bill of attainder of high-treason of Thomas, Earle of Strafford, at a conference in a committee of both Houses of Parliament
St. John, Oliver,
London. [s.n.],. 1641.. [2], 78 p..

An argument on the non-inrolment in Chancery of the Decree for Tithes in London, annexed to statute 37 Hen. VIII. c. 12
Tyrwhitt, Robert Philip,
London. Printed by A. Strahan for J. Butterworth,. 1823.. 31 p. ;.

An argument on the unconstitutionality of slavery: embracing an abstract of the proceedings of the national and state conventions on this subject
Mellen, G. W. F.
Boston. Saxton & Peirce,. 1841.. 440 p. ;.

An argument or debate in lavv of the great qvestion concerning the militia as it is novv settled by ordinance of both the Houses of Parliament: by which it is endeavoured to prove the legalitie of it and to make it warrantable by the fundentall laws of the land : in which answer is also given to all objections that do arise either directly or collaterally concerning the same
March, John, ; Milton, John,
London. Printed by Tho. Paine and M. Simmons for Tho. Underhill ...,. 1642.. [4], 43 p..

¬An¬ argument or, debate in law
London. Underhill. 1642.

An argument, or debate in law, of the great question concerning the militia, as it is now settled by ordinance of both the houses of Parliament: by which, it is endeavoured, to prove the legalitie of it, and to make it warrantable by the fundamentall laws of the land : in which, answer is also given to all objections that do arise, either directly, or collaterally concerning the same: all which is referred to the judicious reader
March, John, ; Marsh, John, ; Milton, John,
London. Printed by Tho. Paine and M. Simmons, for Tho. Underhill ...,. 1642.. [4], 43, [1] p. ;.

¬An¬ argument proving that according to the covenant of eternal life revealed in the scriptures ...
Asgill, John
[London]. 1700.

An argument proving, that according to the covenant of eternal life revealed in the Scriptures, man may be translated from hence into that eternal life, without passing through death: altho the humane nature of Christ himself could not be thus translated till he had passed through death.
Asgill, John,
[London. s.n.],. 1700.. 106, [2] p. ;.

¬An¬ Argument proving, that according to the Covenant of Eternal Life revealed in the Scriptures, man may be translated from hence into that Eternal Life without passing through Death, altho the Humane Nature of Christ himself could not be thus translated till he had passed through Death
Asgill, John ¬[erm.Verf]¬
1700.

An argument proving, that according to the covenant of eternal life revealed in the Scriptures, man may be translated from hence into that eternal life, without passing through death, altho the human nature of Christ himself could not be thus translated till he had passed through death ...
Asgill, John,
London, . Printed,. 1715.. 87, [1] p..

¬An¬ argument, proving, that a small number of regulated forces ...
London. Baldwin. 1698. 28 S..

An argument, proving that a small number of regulated forces established during the pleasure of Parliament, cannot damage our present happy establishment,: and that it is highly necessary in our present circumstances to have the matter fully determined. Being considerations upon what has been objected against standing armies in general.
London, . Printed for A. Baldwin,. 1698.. 24 p..

An argument, proving that a small number of regulated forces established during the pleasure of Parliament cannot damage our present happy establishment, and that it is highly necessary in our present circumstances to have the matter fully determined: being considerations upon what has been objected against standing armies in general
London. Printed for A. Baldwin ...,. 1698. [4], 24 p.

An argument proving that the abrogation of King James by the people of England from the regal throne, and the promotion of the Prince of Orange, one of the royal family, to the throne of the kingdom in his stead, was according to the constitution of the English government and prescribed by it: in opposition to all the false and treacherous hypotheses ...
Johnson, Samuel,
London. Printed for the author, and are to be sold by Richard Baldwin,. 1692.. 52 p..

An argument proving that the abrogation of King James by the people of England from the regal throne, and the promotion of the Prince of Orange, one of the royal family, to the throne of the kingdom in his stead, was according to the constitution of the English government, and prescribed by it: in opposition to all the false and treacherous hypotheses, of usurpation, conquest, desertion, and of taking the powers that are upon content
Johnson, Samuel,
London. Printed for the author,. 1692.. 31 p..

Arbejdstagerrepræsentanten (worker director) og dennes indflydelse p¯ virksomheden: in opposition to all the false and treacherous hypotheses ...
Johnson, Samuel,
Dublin . Det Europæiske Institut til forbedring af Leve- og Arbejdsvilk¯rene. 1981. 1 bd..

An argument proving, that the abrogation of King James by the people of England from the regal throne, and the promotion of the Prince of Orange, one of the royal family, to throne of the kingdom in his stead, was according to the constitution of the English government, and prescribed by it: in opposition to all the false and treacherous hypotheses, of usurpation, conquest, desertion, and of taking the powers that are upon content
Johnson, Samuel,
London. Printed for the author,. 1692.. 52, [i.e. 62], [1] p..

¬An¬ argument proving that the design of employing and enobling foreigners is a treasonable conspiracy against the constitution, dangerous to the kingdom, an affront to the nobility of Scotland in particular, and dishonourable to the peerage of Britain in general: with an appendix wherein an insolent pamphlet entituled The anatomy of Great Britain is anatomiz'd
Defoe, Daniel
The 3rd ed. London. Printed for the booksellers of London and Westminster. 1717.

An argument respecting the constitutionality of the carriage tax;: which subject was discussed at Richmond, in Virginia, in May, 1795.
Taylor, John,
Richmond:. Printed by Augustine Davis.,. [1795]. 34 p. ;.

An argument submitted to the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. Senate: on the Georgia senatorial question
Miller, H. V. M.
[S.l.. s.n.,. 1871?]. 16 p. ;.

"An argument that goes back to the womb": the demedicalization of fetal alcohol syndrome, 1973-1992
Golden, Janet

An argument to prove that death is not obligatory on Christians,
Asgill, John, ; Gregg, Tresham Dames,
New York, . Ennis brothers,. 1875.. p. cm..

¬An¬ argument to prove, that it is the indispensable duty of the creditors of the public to insist, that government do forthwith bring forward the consideration of the state of the nation: in order to ascertain, as near as may be, the annual receipts and expenditures of the State; by providing efficient and adequate funds for the sum in which the latter shall be found to exceed the former, to strengthen the public credit, and to restore public confidence
Stair, John Dalrymple
London. Printed for J. Stockdale. 1783.

¬An¬ argument to prove, that it is the indispensible duty of the creditors of the public to insist, that government do forthwith bring forward the consideration of the state of the nation: in order to ascertain, as near as may be, the annual receipts and expenditure of the state
Stair, John Dalrymple
The 2nd ed. London. Printed for J. Stockdale. 1783.

An argument to prove, that the abolishing of Christianity in England, may, as things now stand, be attended with some inconveniencies, and perhaps not produce those many good effects propos'd thereby
Swift, Jonathan,
London. printed for Timothy Atkins,. 1717. 38p. ;.

¬An¬ argument upon a generall demurrer
Huntley, George
London. Sparkes. 1642.

An argument upon a generall demurrer joyned and entred in an action of false imprisonment in the Kings Bench Court termino Trinitatis 1631.: rot. 1483. parte tertia, betweene George Huntley clerke plaintife, and William Kingsley Archdeacon of Canterbury ...
Huntley, George.
London. G. Huntley, and are to be sold by M. Sparkes,. 1642.. [4], 119 p..

¬An¬ argument upon the justice and expediency of the order issued by gouvernment
London. 1805.

An argument with my Mexican father
Huizar, Christina
San Francisco. Express Press,. 1995. [16] p..

An argvment of ivstification of the five members accused by His Majesty: vvherin is proved that the raising of this present army by authority of Parliament, is not treason : by which it likewise appeareth, that never any king of England reived losse or damage by any Parliament, from the first that ever was called to this present Parliament
Bland, Peter,
London. Printed for John Field,. [1643]. 15 p..

An argvment of law concerning the bill of attainder of high-treason of Thomas, Earle of Strafford: at a conference in a committee of both Houses of Parliament
St. John, Oliver,
London. Printed by G. M. for John Bartlet ...,. 1641.. [2], 78 p..

Anarhistid: anarhia agendid, maailmarevolutsiooni prelüüd ; anarhistliku liikumise ajalugu
Trubetsky, Tõnu
Tallinn. Kirjastuskeskus. 2003. 572 S..
ISBN 9985-94488-7

An arid season: new poems
Higgins, Michael D.
Dublin. New Island. 2004. 66 S.. New Island new poetry.
ISBN 1-904301-57-6

Anúario das artes plásticas =: Plastic arts year book.
Porto. Estar Editora,. v..

Anúario de Macau
Macau. A Repartição,. 1938-. v..

Anúario dos trabalhadores
São Paulo. DIEESE. v..

Anåariståan,: majmu°ah-i shi°r-i Maftåun Amåinåi.
Amåinåi, Maftåun
[Tabråiz, . Ibn Såinåa. 1968]. 123 p..

An aristocracy in political crisis: the end of indirect rule and the emergence of party politics in the emirates of Northern Nigeria
Yakubu, Alhaji Mahmood
Aldershot. Avebury. 1996. 290 S. : Kt.. The making of modern Africa.

An aristocracy of everyone: the politics of education and the future of America
Barber, Benjamin R.
New York, NY. Ballantine Books. 1992. 307 S..
ISBN 0-345-37040-6

An aristocracy of everyone: the politics of education and the future of America
Barber, Benjamin R.
New York (u.a.). Oxford University Press. 1994. 307 S..
ISBN 0-19-509154-X

An aristocratic affair: the life of Georgiana's sister Harriet Spencer, Countess of Bessborough
Gleeson, Janet
London [u.a.]. Bantam Press. 2006. [XV], 448, [16] S..
ISBN 0-593-05487-3 (hbk.)

<<'An>> aristocratic dilettante': notes on the life and works of Antonio Bicci (1552-1614)
Gargiulo, Piero

An aristocrat in America;: extracts from the diary of the Right Honorable Lord William Henry Cavendish-Bentinch-Pelham-Clinton-St.
Dickens, Charles, ; Nye, Edgar Wilson,
New York, . M. J. Ivers & co.. [c1888]. p. cm..

An Aristotelian approach to ethical theory: the norms of virtue
Allard-Nelson, Susan K.
Lewiston, NY [u.a.]. Mellen. 2004. XVII, 201 S.. Studies in the history of philosophy ; 77.
ISBN 0-7734-6306-2

An Aristotelian response to Renaissance humanism: Jacopo Zabarella on the nature of arts and sciences
Mikkeli, Heikki
Helsinki. SHS. 1992. 196 S. Studia historica ; 41.
ISBN 951-8915-58-X

¬An¬ Aristotelian theory of comedy: with an adaption of the poetics and translation of the "Tractatus Coislinianus"
Cooper, Lane
New York. Harcourt, Brace & Co.. 1922. XXI, 323 S..

AN ARISTOTELIAN THEORY OF COMEDY : WITH AN ADAPTATION OF THE POETICS AND A TRANSLATION OF THE TRACTATUS COISLINIANUS / BY LANE COOPER
Cooper, Lane
REPR. NEW YORK 1922.. NEW YORK. KRAUS REPR.. 1969. XXI, 323 S..

Anarita, historia kai paradosÅe
KitromÅelidu, Magda M.
LeukÅosia. [Selbstverl.]. 1992. 44, [18] S. : zahlr. Ill..
ISBN 9963-7741-0-3

Anarithma: poiÅemata
brettakos, KÅostas
AthÅena. DiogenÅes. 1972. 27 S..

An arithmetical and medical analysis of the diseases and mortality of the human species
Black, William
[Reprint]. Farnborough. Gregg. 1973. 9, 265 S.. Pioneers of demography.
ISBN 0-576-53286-X

<<An>> arithmetical warlike treatise named stratioticos: compendiously teaching the science of nombers as well in fractions as integers, and so much of the rules and aequations algebraicall, and art of nombers cossical, as are requisite for the profession of a souldier. Together with the moderne militare discipline, offices, lawes and orders in every well governed campe and armie inviolably to be observed
Digges, Thomas
London . imprinted by Richard Field. 1590. 380 S..

¬An¬ arithmetic Hurwitz formula
Pham, Quang V.
Essen. 1992. 11 S.. Preprint / Institut für Experimentelle Mathematik, Universität GH Essen ; 1992,19.

¬An¬ arithmetic refresher
HOOPER, ALFRED
New York. Holt. 1944. VIII, 119 S..

¬An¬ arithmetic Riemann Roch theorem for singular arithmetic surfaces
Aitken, Wayne
Providence, RI. American Mathematical Soc.. 1996. VIII, 174 S.. Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society ; 573 = Vol. 120, Nr. 1.
ISBN 0-8218-0407-3

¬An¬ arithmetic unit for on-line computation
Irwin, Mary J.
Ann Arbor, Mich. (u.a.). Univ. Microfilms Internat.. 1981. IX, 147 Bl..

<<An>> Arithmetic unit for on-line computation
Irwin, Mary Jane
Urbana-Champaign - Ill. . 1977. 2 Microfiches..

Anaritii in decem libros priores Elementorum Euclidis commentarii
Fadl-ben-HÅatim an-NairÅizÅi, AbÅu'l 'AbbÅas Al- ; Curtze, Maximilianus
Leipzig. Teubner. 1899. XXIX, 389 S.. Opera omnia / Euclides ; Suppl..

Anaritii [Abu-'l-Abbas al-Fadl Ibn-Hatim an-Nairizi] in X libros priores Elementorum Euclidis Commentarii. Ex interpretatione Gherardi Cremonensis in Codice Cracoviensi 569 servata edidit Maximilianus Curtze
Nairizi, Abu-'l-Abbas al-Fadl Ibn-Hatim an- [Nairizi, Abu-'l-Abbas al-Fadl Ibn-Hatim an-] ; Curtze, Ernst L. [Hrsg.]
Lipsiae. 1899.

An Arizona alibi: the desert humor of Dick Wick Hall, Sr.
Hall, Dick Wick, ; Nutt, Frances D.
Phoenix, Ariz.. Arrowhead Press,. c1990. 569 p..

Anarkai
Nilsson, Per
2. uppl. Stockholm. Rabén & Sjögren. 1998. 183 S..
ISBN 91-29-64057-1

Anarkai
Nilsson, Per
Aarau [u.a.]. Aare. 1998. 202 S.. Grenzenlos.
ISBN 3-7260-0512-9 Pp. : DM 26.80

Anarkai
Nilsson, Per
Hamburg. Carlsen. 2003. 252 S.. Carlsen ; 233.
ISBN 3-551-37233-0 kart. : EUR 7.50 (DE), EUR 7.80 (AT), sfr 13.50