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  1. Veterinary science : current aspects in biology, animal pathology, clinic and food hygiene, LXIV annual meeting of The Italian Society for Veterinary Sciences. Asti 2010. Selected papers
  2. Veterinary science, important to the physician, the student, and the gentleman of Philadelphia : giving an account of the Royal Veterinary College of London, and a similar establishment in this city : of a new veterinary forge and horse infirmary, for instructing city and country smiths in ... the s ...
  3. Veterinary surgical oncology
  4. Veterinary technician's manual for small animal emergency and critical care
  5. Veterinary techniques for llamas and alpacas
  6. Veterinary toxicology : basic and clinical principles
  7. Veterinary toxicology : basic and clinical principles
  8. Veterinary vaccines and diagnostics
  9. Veterinary virology (Fenner)
  10. Veteris interpretis cum Beza aliisq; recentioribus collatio in Quatuor Evangeliis & Apostolorum Actis : In qua annon sæpiùs absque justa satis causa hi ab illo discesserint disquiritur
  11. Veteris interpretis cum Beza aliisq[ue] recentioribus collatio in quatuor Evangeliis & Apostolorum Actis : in qua annon sæpiùs absque justa satis causa hi ab illo discesserint disquiritur
  12. Veterum epistolarum Hibernicarum sylloge : quæ partim ab Hibernis, partim ad Hibernos, partim de Hibernis vel rebus Hibernicis sunt conscriptæ. Iacobus Vsserius Armachanus Archiepiscopuscollegit & recensuit
  13. Veterum Persarum et Parthorum et Medorum religionis historia. Autor est Thomas Hyde,
  14. Veto message of the Mayor relating to the salaries of the school teachers, with a report of the Committee on education
  15. Veto messages of the Presidents of the United States : with the action of Congress thereon
  16. Veto of Bill for relief of Rollin White : A brief reference to facts. Washington, D.C. 1st. The original claim or right of said White to a patent is of a very questionablecharacter
  17. The veto power : its origin, development, and function in the government of the United States, 1789-1889
  18. The veto power in the United States : what is it?
  19. The veto power of the governor of Illinois
  20. The veto, and what should be done about it
  21. La veuve, ou, L'épitaphe
  22. Les Veuves créoles : comédie en trois actes en prose
  23. Veśyāvyavasāya
  24. VFX artistry : a visual tour of how the studios create their magic
  25. VFX fundamentals : visual special effects using Fusion 8.0
  26. VGM's careers encyclopedia
  27. VHDL : coding and logic synthesis with Synopsys®
  28. VHDL : programming by example
  29. VHDL coding styles and methodologies
  30. VHDL for logic synthesis
  31. VHDL-2008 : just the new stuff
  32. VHF/UHF Filters and Multicouplers : Application of Air Resonators
  33. VI , On hyperbole
  34. Vi editor : pocket reference
  35. VI Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Theoretical and Computational Geodesy : IAG symposium, Wuhan, China 29 May - 2June, 2006
  36. VI. severall victories obtained by Major-Generall Browne, Lievtenant- Generall Cromwell, and Col. Fines, against the Kings forces neere Oxford : on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday last: with severall lists of the names of the chiefe prisoners of the Kings party which were taken: viz. 6. Colon ...
  37. Via ad latinam linguam complanata : the rules composed in English and Latine verse, for the greater delight and benefit of learners
  38. Via ad pacem ecclesiasticam : Monstratore, B. Paulo, 3tii capitis ad Philippenses vv. 15to & 16to. Et quotquot perfecti sumus, hoc sapiamus. Siquid autem ali‘as sapiatis, & hoc vobis Deus revelabit. Veruntamen ad quod pervenimus, eodem incedamus canone, idem sapere. Accesit, de hereticis sive scan ...
  39. Via ad vitam, being a short and sure vvay to a long life, or, Helmont justified, and the excellency of chymicall medicaments vindicated
  40. Via Appia illustrata ab urbe Roma and Capuam
  41. Via deuia: = the by-vvay : mis-leading the weake and vnstable into dangerous paths of error, by colourable shewes of apocryphall scriptures, vnwritten traditions, doubtful Fathers, ambiguous councells, and pretended catholike Church. Discovered by Humfrey Lynde, Knight
  42. Via devia: the by-vvay : mis-leading the weake and vnstable into dangerous paths of error, by colourable shewes of apocryphall scriptures, vnwritten traditions, doubtfull Fathers, ambiguous councells, and pretended catholike Church. Discouered by Humfrey Lynde, Knight
  43. Via intelligentiæ : a sermom [sic] preached to the University of Dublin : shewing by what means the scholars shall become most learned and most usefull : published at their desire
  44. Via lactea, or, The saints onely way to true blessedness : opened in a sermon from Matth. 5, 8 : also the danger of neglecting gospel-salvation, from Heb. 2, 3
  45. Via media : a peaceful and permanent settlement of the slavery question
  46. The via media of the Anglican church
  47. Via media philosophy : holiness unto truth : intersections between Wesleyan and Roman Catholic voices
  48. Via naturalis quâ lingua Latina facile percipitur. Or, The natural way to learn the Latin tongue : Wherein the rules are few, plain, easie, and obvious to the sense of seeing
  49. Via ports : from Hong Kong to Hong Kong
  50. Via recta ad vitam longam, or A plaine philosophical discourse of the nature, faculties, and effects, of all such things, as by way of nourishments, and dieteticall obseruations, make for the preseruation of health : with their iust applications vnto euery age, constitution of bodie, and time of yea ...
  51. Via recta ad vitam longam, or A plaine philosophicall discourse of the nature, faculties, and effects, of all such things as by way of nourishments, and dieteticall obseruations, make for the preseruation of health : with their iust applications vnto euery age, constitution of body, and time of year ...
  52. Via recta ad vitam longam, or, A plain philosophicall demonstration of the nature, faculties, and effects of all such things as by way of nourishments make for the preservation of health : with divers necessary dieteticall observations, as also of the true use and effects of sleep, exercise, excreti ...
  53. Via recta ad vitam longam, or, A plain philosophicall discourse of the nature, faculties, and effects of all such things as by way of nourishments, and dieteticall obseruations, make for the preseruation of health : with their iust applications vnto euery age, constitution of body, and time of yeare ...
  54. Via recta ad vitam longam. Or, A plain philosophicall demonstration of the nature, faculties, and effects of all such things as by way of nourishments make for the preservation of health : with divers necessary dieteticall observations; as also of the true use and effects of sleep, exercise, excreti ...
  55. Via recta ad vitam longam. Or, A treatise wherein the right way and best manner of living for attaining to a long and healthfull life, is clearly demonstrated and punctually applied to every age and constitution of body. Much more enlarged than the former impressions
  56. Via recta ad vitam longam. Or, A treatise wherein the right way and best manner of living for attaining to a long and healthfull life, is clearly demonstrated and punctually applyed to every age and constitution of body : The fourth impression,amplified with many profitable additions. By Tob. Venner ...
  57. Via recta ad vitam longam: or, A plaine philosphicall demonstration of the nature, faculties, and effects of all such things as by way of nourishments make for the preseruation of health : with diuers necessary dieticall obseruations; as also of the true vse and effects of sleepe, exercise, excretio ...
  58. Via regia : The kings vvay to heauen. By Iames Martin, Master of Arts. With a letter of that late miracle oflearning, Mr. Is. Casaubon
  59. Via regia ad geometriam. = The vvay to geometry : Being necessary and usefull, for astronomers. Geographers. Land-meaters. Sea-men. Engineres. Architecks. Carpenters. Paynters.Carvers, &c. Written in Latine by Peter Ramus, and now translated and much enlarged by the learned Mr. William Bedvvell
  60. Via tuta : the safe vvay. Leading all Christians, by the testimonies and confessions of our best learned aduersaries, to the true, ancient, and Catholique faith, now professed in the Church of England. By Humfrey Lynde knight
  61. Via tuta : the safe vvay. Leading all Christians, by the testimonies, and confessions of our best learned aduersaries, to the true, ancient, and catholique faith, now professed in the Church of England. By Humfrey Lynde Knight
  62. Via tuta : the safe vvay: leading all Christians, by the testimonies, and confessions of our best learned aduersaries, to the true, ancient, and Catholike faith, now professed in the Church of England. By Humfrey Lynde, Knight
  63. Via tuta : the safe vvay: leading all Christians, by the testimonies, and confessions of our best learned aduersaries, to the true, ancient, and catholike faith, now professed in the Church of England. By Humfrey Lynde, Knight
  64. Via vere tuta. Or The truly safe way : Discovering the danger crookednes, and vncertaintie, of M. Iohn Preston, and Sir Humfrey Lindes vn-safe way. Assuredly leading all Christians, to that so blessed, so much desired, and so much sought for societie of visible professors, continued in all ages from ...
  65. The viability of human security
  66. Viability theory
  67. Viability, invariance and applications
  68. Viable methods of soil and water pollution monitoring, protection and remediation
  69. Viaggi di Ciro con un discorso sopra la teologia, e la mitologia de' pagani : Opera in quattro volumi del Cavaliere Ramsay: il testo e' tratto dalla nona edizione dell' originaleinglese
  70. Viaggiana : or, detached remarks on the buildings, pictures, statues, inscriptions, &c. of ancient and modern Rome
  71. Viaggiana : or, detached remarks on the buildings, pictures, statues, inscriptions, &c. of ancient and modern Rome. With additional observations
  72. Viaggiana : or, detached remarks on the buildings, pictures, statues, inscriptions, &c. of ancient and modern Rome. With additional observations
  73. Viaggio e politica : V Giornata di studio "Figure dello spazio, politica e società," Firenze, 23/24 febbraio 2006  Free resource
  74. Viaje al centro de la tierra
  75. Viaje alrededor de mi infancia
  76. Viaje de vuelta
  77. Viaje desde el agua
  78. Viajes de Ali Bey el Abbassi (Don Domingo Bad©Ưa y Leblich) por ©frica y Asia durante los a©łos 1803, 1804, 1805, 1806 y 1807
  79. Viajes de Penélope
  80. Viajes por España
  81. The vial poured out upon the sea : A remarkable relation of certain pirates brought unto a tragical and untimely end. Some conferences with them, after their condemnation. Their behaviour at their execution. And a sermon preached on that occasion. : [Two lines from Job]
  82. The vials of the wrath of God : poured forth upon the seat of the man of sin, and upon all professors of the world,who denieth the light of Christ which he hath enlightned every one withal, and walk contrary to it, with it they are condemned : and a vvarning from the Lord to all who are walking head ...
  83. The vials of the wrath of God upon the seat of the man of sin : and upon all professors of the world, who denyeth the light of Christ which He hath enlightned [sic] every one withall, and walk contrary to it : with it they are condemned : and a warning from the Lord to all who are walking headlong t ...
  84. Viator, a poem : or, a journey from London to Scarborough, by the way of York. With notes historical and topographical
  85. Viavi hygiene : for women, men and children
  86. Vibhīṣaṇapaṭṭābhiṣēkamu : ēḍankamula nāṭakamu
  87. Vibhīṣaṇapaṭṭābhiṣēkanāṭakaṃ
  88. Vibration
  89. Vibration analysis for electronic equipment
  90. Vibration analysis, instruments, and signal processing
  91. Vibration and nonlinear dynamics of plates and shells : applications of flat triangular finite elements
  92. Vibration and shock handbook
  93. Vibration control  Free resource
  94. Vibration control of active structures : an introduction
  95. Vibration damping, control, and design
  96. Vibration dynamics and control
  97. Vibration fundamentals
  98. Vibration in continuous media
  99. Vibration monitoring, testing, and instrumentation
  100. Vibration of continuous systems
  101. Vibration of laminated shells and plates
  102. Vibration of Mindlin plates : programming the p-version Ritz Method
  103. Vibration of plates
  104. Vibration problems in machines : diagnosis and resolution
  105. The vibration sound absorption theory of flexible materials
  106. Vibration with control
  107. Vibration-based condition monitoring : industrial, aerospace, and automotive applications
  108. Vibrational intensities
  109. Vibrational optical activity : principles and applications
  110. Vibrational spectroscopy at electrified interfaces
  111. Vibrational spectroscopy in life science
  112. Vibrationally mediated photodissociation
  113. Vibrations : fundamentals and practice
  114. Vibrations and acoustic radiation of thin structures : physical basis, theoretical analysis and numerical methods
  115. Vibrations and stability of complex beam systems
  116. Vibrations and waves in continuous mechanical systems
  117. Vibrations of mechanical systems with regular structure
  118. Vibrations of thick cylindrical structures
  119. Vibro-acoustics
  120. Vibro-impact dynamics
  121. Vibro-impact dynamics : modeling, mapping and applications
  122. Vibro-impact dynamics of ocean systems and related problems
  123. The vic
  124. Vicar and moses
  125. The vicar and Moses
  126. The vicar and Moses : to which is added, The constant pair, The wee wee bag of potatoes
  127. The vicar of Banbury corrected : or, an answer to Benj. Loveling's reply, (to a letter of Richard Vivers) intituled The spirit of quakerism rebuked, &c. With a copy of the said letter. By Richard Vivers
  128. The Vicar of Banbury further corrected : being a reply to Benj. Loveling's late book, falsly intituled, Quakerism a complication of heresy, &c. By Richard Vivers
  129. The vicar of Bray : a tale
  130. The Vicar of Iver : a tale
  131. The vicar of Lansdowne : or country quarters. In two volumes
  132. The vicar of Lansdowne : or country quarters. In two volumes. By Regina Maria Roche. Author of The Children of the Abbey, Maid of the Hamlet, Clermont, &c
  133. The vicar of Lansdowne : or, country quarters: a tale
  134. The vicar of Lansdowne, or, Country quarters
  135. The vicar of Lansdowne, or, Country quarters
  136. The vicar of Lansdowne; or country quarters : In two volumes
  137. The vicar of Wakefield
  138. The vicar of Wakefield
  139. The vicar of Wakefield
  140. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  141. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  142. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  143. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  144. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  145. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  146. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  147. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  148. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  149. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  150. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  151. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  152. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  153. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  154. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  155. The vicar of Wakefield : A tale
  156. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  157. The vicar of Wakefield : A tale
  158. The vicar of Wakefield : A tale
  159. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  160. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  161. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  162. The Vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  163. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  164. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  165. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  166. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale
  167. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale supposed to be written by himself
  168. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale supposed to be written by himself
  169. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale supposed to be written by himself
  170. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale supposed to be written by himself. Accentuirt von J. Ebers
  171. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale, by Dr. Goldsmith. Two volumes in one
  172. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale, by Dr. Goldsmith. Two volumes in one
  173. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale, by Oliver Goldsmith
  174. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale, by Oliver Goldsmith
  175. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale, in two volumes, by Dr. Goldsmith
  176. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. And The deserted village a poem by Oliver Goldsmith, M.D
  177. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. In two volumes
  178. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. In two volumes
  179. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. In two volumes
  180. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. In two volumes
  181. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. In two volumes
  182. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself
  183. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself
  184. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself
  185. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself
  186. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself
  187. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself
  188. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself
  189. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself
  190. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself
  191. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself
  192. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. In two volumes
  193. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. In two volumes
  194. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. In two volumes
  195. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. In two volumes
  196. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. In two volumes
  197. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. In two volumes
  198. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. In two volumes
  199. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. In two volumes
  200. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. In two volumes
  201. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. In two volumes
  202. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. In two volumes
  203. The vicar of Wakefield : a tale. The fifth edition. In two volumes
  204. The vicar of Wakefield : by Dr Goldsmith
  205. The vicar of Wakefield : by Dr Goldsmith
  206. The vicar of Wakefield,
  207. The vicar of Wrexhill
  208. The vicar's garden, or, The Greek medal
  209. Vicaria Leodiensis: or, the history of the church of Leedes in Yorkshire : Containing an account of the learned men, bishops, and writers, who have been vicars of that populous parish; ... With an appendix of original records, and manuscripts. By Ralph Thoresby
  210. The vicarious brain, creator of worlds
  211. Vicarious liability : a short history of the liability of employers, principals, partners, associations and trade-union members, with a chapter on the laws of Scotland and foreign states
  212. Vicarious liability in tort : a comparative perspective
  213. Vicarious sacrifice : or the reality and importance of atonement for sin by the death of Christ, asserted, and defended, against the objections of Dr. Priestly, in his appeal, familiar illustration, &c. With an appendix. By R. Elliot,
  214. The vicarious sacrifice, grounded in principles of universal obligation
  215. Vicarious trauma : understanding and managing the impact of doing research on sensitive topics
  216. Vicarious trauma and disaster mental health : understanding risks and promoting resilience
  217. Vice : new & selected poems
  218. Vice Admiral Lestock's defence to the Court-Martial : giving a short view of the nature of his evidence,
  219. Vice and virtue : from Richelieu to Jacques Chirac
  220. Vice detected, and virtue recommended : under the influence of Sunday-schools. By Joshua Briggs,
  221. Vice et vertu, ou, L'Heureuse séduction
  222. Vice in its proper shape; or, The wonderful and melancholy transformation of several naughty masters and misses into those contemptible animals which they most resemble in disposition : Printed for the benefit of all good boys and girls
  223. Vice Presidents of the United States, 1789-1993
  224. Vice Prest. Stephens, C.S.A. "I would give up all hopes in this world and the next. were I well out of this scrape."--(What he said to a friend.)
  225. Vice reclaim'd : or, the passionate mistress. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal, by Her Majesty'sservants. Written by Richard Wilkinson, Gent
  226. Vice the destruction of the soul : a sermon preach'd in the chapel at Tunbridge-Wells, on Sunday, August the 23d, 1719. By William Butler,
  227. Vice unmasked : an essay : being a consideration of the influence of law upon the moral essence of man, with other reflections
  228. Vice unmasked : an essay : being a consideration of the influence of law upon the moral essence of man, with other reflections
  229. Vice, a satire
  230. Vice-Adm--l L-st-k's account of the late engagement near Toulon : between His Majesty's fleet, and the fleets of France and Spain; as presented by him the 12th of March 1744-5. Also, letters to and from Adm---l L-st--k, ... With notes
  231. Vice-Adm--l L-st-k's account of the late engagement near Toulon : between His Majesty's fleet, and the fleets of France and Spain; as presented by him the 12th of March 1744-5. Also, letters to and from Adm---l L-st--k, ... With notes
  232. Vice-Adm--l L-st-k's account of the late engagement near Toulon : between His Majesty's fleet, and the fleets of France and Spain; as presented by him the 12th of March 1744-5. Also, letters to and from Adm---l L-st--k, relating thereto since his arrival in England. With notes
  233. Vice-Admal Lestock's recapitulation : as spoke by him at the Bar of the Honble House of Commons, on Tuesday the 9th of April, 1745. Containing, his remarks on the evidence that have been examined,
  234. Vice-Admiral Lestock's vindication : as spoke by him at the bar of the Hon. House of Commons, on Tuesday the 9th of April, 1745. Containing his remarks on the evidence ... relating to the miscarriage of His Majesty's fleet of Toulon, against ... France and Spain
  235. Vice-associated establishments in Mong Kok : a report
  236. The vice-chancellour and heads of houses, with the rest of the delegates, reflecting upon, and taking into consideration the disturbances, disorderly carriages, and incivilities of many younger scholars of this university in publike meetings
  237. The Vice-President communicated the following report
  238. The Vice-President laid before the Senate the following report of the Secretary of the Treasury
  239. The vice-president of the United States and president of the Senate, the chief justice, the secretary of state, the secretary of the treasury, and the attorney general, respectfully report to Congress, as follows : that pursuant to the actintitled, "An act making provision of the reduction of the pu ...
  240. The viceroy
  241. The viceroy : a tragedy
  242. The viceroy: a poem : Addressed to the Earl of Halifax
  243. Vices anotimie [sic], scourged and corrected, in new satirs. Lately written by R.A. of Magdalen Colledge in Cambridge
  244. The vices of learning : morality and knowledge at early modern universities
  245. The vices of the cities of London and Westminster : Trac'd from their original. Being an impartial detection of the true cause and source of the present growth of immorality, ... In five letters, from a citizen of London to a Member of Parliament
  246. Vicesimo octavo Ianuarij, 1611. nono regni regis Iacobi : present, the master, wardens, and assistants of the Company of Stationers
  247. Vicessimo nono Julij, 1645. By the Committee of Grocers-Hall for Irish affaires
  248. Vichy : an ever-present past
  249. Vicious courses, procuring poverty. Describ'd and condemn'd : A lecture sermon preach'd at Boston, Feb. 19. 1718,19
  250. Vicious courses, procuring poverty. Describ'd and condemn'd : A lecture-sermon, preach'd at Boston, Feb. 19. 1718,19
  251. Vicious cycle : presidential decision making in the American political economy
  252. Vicissitudes abroad, or, The ghost of my father : a novel : in six volumes
  253. Vicissitudes exemplified, or, The journey of life
  254. Vicissitudes of human life : Lines,
  255. Vicissitudes of life : exemplified in the interesting memoirs of a young lady, in a series of letters : in two volumes
  256. The vicissitudes of time, and the enduring bliss of eternity : a sermon, preached at High-Wycombe, on Thursday, May 19th; and at Wooburn, on Sunday, May 22, 1796; occasioned by the ... death of Mr. Francis Blackwell, ... By T. English,
  257. Vicissitudes progress, : with its convoy through the counties of Essex, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, and Middlesex, to Westminster and to London. By way of premonstration
  258. Vicissitudes, or, The journey of life
  259. Vicissitudo rerum
  260. Vicissitudo rerum : An elegiacall poeme, of the interchangeable courses and varietie of things in this world. The first part
  261. The vickers challenge : claiming a maintainance as due by proofes out of the gospell : wherein is manifested, that there is a competencie due unto them
  262. Vicksburg : 47 days of siege
  263. Vicksburg is the key : the struggle for the Mississippi River
  264. Vico
  265. Vico and Joyce
  266. Vico's New science : a philosophical commentary
  267. Vico, metaphor, and the origin of language
  268. The victim
  269. The victim : a poem. Inscribed to John Wilkes, Esq
  270. The victim : a tragedy
  271. The victim : or, Achilles and Iphigenia in Aulis : a tragedy. As it was acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. Written by Mr. Boyer
  272. Victim and Witness Protection Act of 1982 : P.L. 97-291, 96 Stat. 1248, October 12, 1982
  273. The victim bride, or, A father's sacrifice : being a true and touching recital of the mental, moral and physical sufferings of the beautiful and accomplished Kate Rigby, daughter of the Philadelphia millionaire  Free resource
  274. Victim healing and truth commissions : transforming pain through voice in the Solomon Islands and Timor-Leste
  275. The victim in criminal law and justice
  276. The victim of excitement : the bosom serpent, etc  Free resource
  277. The victim of fancy (1786)
  278. The victim of intolerance, or The hermit of Killarney : a Catholic tale
  279. The victim of magical delusion : or, the mystery of the revolution of P-L a magico-political tale. Founded on historical facts, and translated from the German of Cajetan Tschink
  280. The victim of passion, or, Memoirs of the Conte de Saint Julien
  281. The Victim of prejudice
  282. The Victim of seduction! : some interesting particulars of the life and untimely fate of Miss Harriot Wilson
  283. The victim of the mysterious mark, or, The magic mirror : a tale for the times  Free resource
  284. A victim of woman's rights
  285. The victim, in five letters to Adolphus
  286. The victim, in five letters to Adolphus
  287. The victim, in five letters to Adolphus
  288. Victim-Offender Mediation with Youth Offenders in Europe : an overview and comparison of 15 countries
  289. The victim. A tragedy : As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane by Her Majesty's servants. Written by Mr. Johnson
  290. The victim. A tragedy : As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by her Majesty's servants. Written by Mr.Johnson
  291. The victim. A tragedy : As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Written by Mr. Johnson
  292. La victima
  293. Victims
  294. Victims : trauma, testimony and justice
  295. Victims and heroes : racial violence in the African American novel
  296. Victims and restorative justice
  297. Victims and survivors of Nazi human experiments : science and suffering in the Holocaust
  298. Victims and victimization : risk factors, intervention strategies and socioemotional outcomes
  299. Victims and victimization in French and Francophone literature
  300. Victims and warriors : violence, history, and memory in Amazonia
  301. Victims of crime and violence : final report of the APA Task Force on the Victims of Crime and Violence
  302. Victims of obtrusive violence : children and adolescents in Kenya
  303. The victims of seduction, or, Memoirs of a man of fashion : a tale of modern times
  304. Victims of the latest dance craze
  305. The victims of the penal laws, or, Legends of history
  306. The victims of Tom Payne who were shot on the Hoe, or Love's Hill, Thursday, July 6, 1797. Plymouth
  307. Victims of trafficking and violence protection act of 2000 : trafficking in persons report
  308. The victims of Whiggery : being a statement of the persecutions experienced by the Dorchester labourers, their trial,banishment, &c., also reflections upon the present system of transportation with an account of Van Dieman's Land, its customs,laws, climate, produce and inhabitants : dedicated (witho ...
  309. Victims still : the political manipulation of crime victims
  310. Victims' reactions to gang extortion in New York City's Chinatown : a public lecture delivered at the University of Hong Kong on 11 January 1994
  311. Victims, crime and society
  312. Victimware : the missing part of the equation, version 1.0
  313. Victoire : a novel  Free resource
  314. Victoire remportée par le Prince Edouard, sur Mylord Loudon : et sur l'avant-garde du Duc de Cumberland
  315. Victor de Vita et son oeuvre : étude critique
  316. The Victor English method
  317. Victor Fleming : an American movie master
  318. Victor Griffuelhes and French syndicalism, 1895-1922
  319. Victor Hugo
  320. Victor Hugo on things that matter : a reader
  321. Victor Hugo, la vie et l'œuvre : 维克多・雨果的生平及其著作
  322. Victor la Tourette : a novel  Free resource
  323. Victor McKusick and the development of medical genetics
  324. Victor Norman, rector  Free resource
  325. Victor Roy : a masonic poem
  326. Victor's triumph : the sequel to "A beautiful fiend"  Free resource
  327. Victor-Amédée II, ou, Le siége de Turin : nouvelle historique
  328. Victoria
  329. Victoria - Andres Orange, master. In the appeal prosecuted by Thomas Pillans, commander of the ship Shillelah, the captor. Appendix to the case, on behalf of His Majesty's procurator general, in his office of Admiralty
  330. Victoria : with other poems
  331. Victoria augustissimi magnæ Britanniæ, &c. regis Gulielmi Tertii, qui urbem & arcem Namuræ a Gallis occupatam, fortiter obsedit, & feliciterrecuperavit, expulso Gallorum præsidio
  332. Victoria C. Woodhull will speak in Mechanics' Hall, Monday evening, Nov. 3, 1873 ... Subject: -- "Behind the scenes; or, the relation of politics to the industrial and social questions."
  333. Victoria Christiana. Concio ad clerum: habita Oxoniæ Anno Domini. 1591. H. Parry Auctore
  334. The Victoria Cross in Zululand and South Africa : Isandhlwana and Rorke's Drift
  335. Victoria Funes, hija
  336. The Victoria history of the county of Oxford
  337. Victoria Hotel corner of Germain and Duke Streets, Saint John, N.B. B.T. Cregen, proprietor, - - R.S. Brownell, manager. Bill of fare. ...Dinner Tuesday, June 11th, 1872
  338. The Victoria Institute or Philosophical Society of Great Britain
  339. The Victoria Institute or Philosophical Society of Great Britain : 8, Adelphi Terrace, Strand, London, W.C
  340. Victoria neo-aureliana : pax gandavensis
  341. Victoria Ocampo : writer, feminist, woman of the world
  342. Victoria, or, The heiress of Castle Cliffe  Free resource
  343. Victoria, or, The male coquette and the dupe
  344. Victoria, or, The world overcome  Free resource
  345. The Victoria, Peter Hackman, master. Appendix to the appellant's case
  346. Victorian aesthetic conditions : Pater across the arts
  347. The Victorian chancellors : by J.B. Atlay
  348. Victorian childrens literature : experiencing abjection, empathy, and the power of love
  349. Victorian culture and classical antiquity : art, opera, fiction, and the proclamation of modernity
  350. The Victorian eighteenth century : an intellectual history
  351. Victorian jewelry, identity, and the novel : prisms of culture
  352. Victorian labour history : experience, identity and the politics of representation
  353. Victorian literature
  354. Victorian literature and the anorexic body
  355. Victorian literature and the Victorian visual imagination
  356. Victorian London's middle-class housewife : what she did all day
  357. The Victorian novel
  358. The Victorian novel
  359. The Victorian novel and masculinity
  360. The Victorian persecution : a sermon preached in S. Peter's Church, Frampton Cotterell on the second Sunday in Advent, 1880
  361. Victorian poetry
  362. Victorian poetry now : poets, poems, poetics
  363. Victorian poets,
  364. Victorian print media : a reader
  365. Victorian reformation : the fight over idolatry in the Church of England, 1840-1860
  366. Victorian relativity : radical thought and scientific discovery
  367. Victorian renovations of the novel : narrative annexes and the boundries of representation
  368. Victorian scientific naturalism : community, identity, continuity
  369. Victorian settler narratives : emigrants, cosmopolitans and returnees in nineteenth-century literature
  370. The Victorian soldier in Africa  Free resource
  371. Victorian soundscapes
  372. Victorian transformations : genre, nationalism and desire in nineteenth-century literature
  373. The Victorian triumph and other poems
  374. Victorian visions of global order : empire and international relations in nineteenth-century political thought
  375. A Victorian woman's place : public culture in the nineteenth century
  376. Victorian women writers and the classics : the feminine of Homer
  377. Victorian yankees at Queen Victoria's court : American encounters with Victoria and Albert
  378. Victoriana : histories, fictions, criticism
  379. Victories obtained (by Gods blessing on the Parliaments forces) both by land and sea : as also other speciall mercies to this kingdom, observed how they have been given in unto us,either a little before our monethly fast day, to prevent us: or on the fast to encourage us: or immediately after, as a ...
  380. The Victories of Hull, Jones, Decatur, Bainbridge : as detailed in their official letters and the letters of other officers : together with a collection of the public testimonials of respect, and the songs and odes written in celebration of those events
  381. The victories of love
  382. Victorina : A sermon preach'd, on the decease and at the desire, of Mrs. Katharin Mather,
  383. Victorine : par l'auteur de Blançay, dediée a Madame comtesse d'Artois
  384. Victorine, ou, La nuit porte conseil : drame en cinq actes, mêlé de couplets
  385. The victorious and fortunate proceedings of Sir William Waller and his forces in Wales, and other places since they left Malmsbury : With the true manner of his taking Highnam and 150 commanders, and gentlemen, and 1444 common prisoners, well armed: also how hee beate up Prince Maurice his quarters, ...
  386. The victorious Christian receiving the crown : a sermon occasioned by the death of the Rev. Dr. John Gill, who departed this life, October 14, ... Preached October 27, by Samuel Stennett, D.D. Together with the address at the interment by Benjamin Wallin, AM
  387. The victorious Christian receiving the crown : a sermon occasioned by the death of the Rev. Dr. John Gill, who departed this life, October 14, 1771. ... preached october 27, by Samuel Stennett, D.D. Together with the address at the interment. By Benjamin Wallin, A.M
  388. A victorious conquest neer Selby in Yorkeshire : certified by a letter from the Lord Fairfax his quarters,and compared with the Lord Fairfax his letter and others read in Parliament. At which time were taken prisoners, 2 colonels. 3 lievtenant colonels. 4 serjeant majors. 20 captains. ... besides ot ...
  389. The victorious counterrevolution : the nationalist effort in the Spanish Civil War
  390. Victorious love : a tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drewry-Lane
  391. Victorious nevves from Ireland : Being an exact relation of the routing a great army of the rebels under the command of General Roe-O Neal and the Lord Digby, by the renowned and victorious Lord Inchiquin; as they were going towards the north, to hinder and oppose the joyning of the English forces w ...
  392. Victorious nevves from the north : to all the Kings Majesties loyall subjects; declaring the proceedings of Generall Monro, and Lieut. Gen. Cromwell, concerning the ingagement of both armies, and the relation of a bloudy fight, with the numbers killed and taken. Also, their further proceedings, and ...
  393. Victorious newes from Ireland : being a battail fought by the Lord of Ormond, the nineteenth day of June, to the losse of two thousand of the rebels, ten miles beyond Limbrick, sent in letter to Master Thomas Flinge,
  394. Victorious newes from Ireland brought over Aug. 24 : wherein is declared three victorious battels, obtained by these worthies, namely, the Lord Moore, the Lord Inchqvid, and Colonell Vavasork neere the city of Trim and Dungarvan, wherein was slain above 200 of the rebels, and not above 200 of the Pr ...
  395. Victorious newes from Ireland, : being a battail fought by the Lord of Ormond, the nineteenth day of June, to the losse of two thousand of the rebels, ten miles beyond Limbrick, sent in letter to Master Thomas Flinge, now resident in Covent Garden.And many other remarkable passages in that kingdome. ...
  396. Victorious newes from Waterford in Ireland : being the copy of a letter sent from Dublin the 18 of April
  397. Victorious newes from Waterford in Ireland : being the copy of a letter, sent from Dublin the 18. of April by Mr.Andrew Williams, merchant, to Mr. Adam Atkins Citisen of London. Relating a happy and renowned victory, obtained by Sir Christopher Loftus, against the rebels in Waterford. Likewise the m ...
  398. Victorious news from the Earle of Essex : Being a true relation of a famous battaile fought betwixt His Excellencie and the Lord Strange upon the second dayes march from Northampton; their being slain on the Lord Strange his side forty, and but five slaine of the Earle of Essex. Wherein is declared ...
  399. Victorious news from the Earle of Essex : Being a true relation of a famous battaile fought betwixt His Excellencie and the Lord Strange upon the second dayes march from Northampton; their being slain on the Lord Strange his side forty, and but five slaine of the Earle of Essex. Wherein is declared ...
  400. The victorious proceedings of the Protestant armie in Ireland : vnder the command of the Right Honourable Maj. Gen. Iones, in his late expedition against the Irish rebels. Wherein is set forth, severall great overthrowes, given to the said rebles, since the 9. of October last, 1647. As also the mann ...
  401. The Victorious proceedings of the Protestants in Ireland : from the beginning of March to this present being the 22 of the same month : with a letter sent from Master Brian Smith, minister in His Majesties ship called the Banaventure riding before Kingsaile, which was read in the honourable House of ...
  402. The victorious proceedings of the Protestants in Ireland : from the beginning of March to this present, being the22. of the same month. With a letter sent from Master Brian Smith, minister in His Majesties ship called the Banaventure, riding before Kingsaile, which was read in the honourable House o ...
  403. The victorious reigne of King Edvvard the Third : Written in seven bookes. By his Majesties command
  404. The victorious reigne of King Edward the Third. Written in seven bookes by His Majesties command
  405. The victorious stroke for old England : all preachers make all hearers one man against her enemies, and down Jericho: To which is prefixed, a pathetic short address to jury-men
  406. The victors : an original poem
  407. Victory  Free resource
  408. Victory
  409. Victory and plenty great subjects of thanksgiving : a sermon preached in the parish-church of Bexley in Kent.... By Henry Piers,
  410. Victory at last
  411. Victory at last : Sung at the raising of the "Old flag" over Fort Sumter, April 14, 1865
  412. Victory by Gen. Dearborn : Messenger Office, Canandaigua, May 1, 1813. The following letter from Gen. P.B. Porter, was sent by express to John C. Spencer, Esq. of this village and received here this afternoon. ... : Manchester, (Niagara County) April 28, 1813 ... Dear Sir, "I have just returned from ...
  413. Victory is ours
  414. Victory is ours
  415. Victory is ours
  416. Victory is ours
  417. Victory is ours
  418. Victory is sure to come
  419. Victory is sure to come
  420. A victory obtained by Lieut: Gen: David Lesley, in the north of Scotland, against Colonell Hurrey and his forces : and the number killed and taken. Also, the declaration and resolution of the inhabitants of York-shire, Cumberland, Sunderland, and the bishoprick of Durham, for the Parliament of Engla ...
  421. The victory of Catalonia, or, The double cuckold
  422. The victory of Cupid over the gods and goddesses : display'd in several poetical stories
  423. The victory of death
  424. The victory of death, or, The fall of beauty : a visionary Pindarick-poem, occasion'd by the ever to be deplor'd death of the Right Honourable the Lady Cutts
  425. The victory of grace over sin and death : Shewn in a discourse on Rom. V.21
  426. The victory of Islam
  427. The victory of patience : and benefit of affliction, with how to husband it so, that the weakest Christian (with blessing from above) may bee able to support himselfe in his most miserable exigents. Together with a counterpoyson or antipoyson against all griefe, being a tenth of the doves innocency, ...
  428. The victory of suffering : a prize poem recited at Rugby School June 10, 1842
  429. The victory of the Marwānids
  430. The victory of truth for the peace of the Church : to the king of Great Britain to invite him to embrace the Roman-Catholick faith
  431. The victory of truth for the peace of the Church : to the King of Great Britain, to invite him to embrace the Roman-Catholick faith
  432. Victory over death : a sermon preached at Steeple-Ashton in the county of Wilts, upon the 17th day of April, 1676, at the funeral of Mr. Peter Adams, the late reverend, pious, and industrious minister of Gods word there, sometime fellow of University Colledge in Oxford
  433. Victory over death : a sermon, preached at Sudbury, in Suffolk, April the 4th, 1790, on occasion of the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Ray, ... By Robert Stevenson
  434. Victory over death a ground of thankfulness to God through Jesus Christ : a sermon preach'd at Pinners-Hall, January 31, 1730. occasioned by the death of Thomas Hollis, Esq; By Jeremiah Hunt, D.D
  435. Victory over sin and death, to be obtained, only, through faith in Jesus Christ : A sermon, delivered in the First Society in Lebanon, May 31, 1780. At the funeral of Madam Faith Trumbull, wife of His Excellency Governor Trumbull
  436. Victory over sin the true triumph of a Christian : a sermon, preached in the parish churches of Upper and Lower Swell, on Tuesday, December 19, 1797: being the day appointed, for a general thanksgiving. By the Rev. William Wilton,
  437. The victory over the fleet of the States General, obtained by His Majesties Navy Royal : in the late engagement,begun the 25. of July instant
  438. The Victory over the fleet of the states General, obtained by His Majesties Navy Royal in the late engagement begun the 25 of July instant : as it came from His Highness Prince Rupert, and His Grace the Duke of Albemarle
  439. Victory proclaymed, in an exact relation of the valiant proceedings of the Parliament forces in their seige before Reading, from Aprill 15. to 27 : As it was writ in two letters, and sent to some citizens in London, from those who were eyewitnesses of the same
  440. Victory! : applying the proven principles of military strategy to achieve success in your business and personal life
  441. Victory, or, British harmony : being a collection of new songs, sung at the London theatres ... to which is added a great variety of toasts and sentiments
  442. The Victrola book of the opera
  443. The victualler's friend: or, The use of a new-invented gauging-rod, contriv'd chiefly for the advantage of victuallers in and aboutLondon : Whereby they may not only discover the want of measure from the brewer (either in beer or ale) but likewise what quantity they want
  444. The victuallers case, humbly offered to the consideration of their excellencies the Lords Justices, and the rest of the Kings ministers
  445. Victualling Office, 11th February 1795. An account of the number of men and boys employed in any vessel, craft, barge, or boat, belonging to this department; as well as of the number of men who enjoy protections from this office
  446. The vicuña : the theory and practice of community based wildlife management
  447. Vicāra-dhārā
  448. Vid Herr Doctor Daniel Solanders grift : den 13, Maj, 1782. Af dess sörjande landsmän och vänner i London
  449. Vida
  450. La vida a plazos de Don Jacob Lerner
  451. La vida al contado
  452. La vida del derecho en sus relaciones con la vida social, estudio comparado de filosofía del derecho
  453. Vida do Abba Daniel do mosteiro de Sceté : versão ethiopica
  454. Vida femenina
  455. Vida's art of poetry
  456. Vida's Art of poetry : translated into English verse, by Mr Pitt
  457. Vida's Art of poetry : translated into English verse, by the Reverend Mr. Christoph. Pitt,
  458. Vida's Art of poetry : translated into English verse, by the Reverend Mr. Christopher Pitt,
  459. Vida's game of chess : Translated into English
  460. Videbis lector hoc in volumine statuta Veneta emendatissima : Eisdem de nouo additis correctionibus in creatione Serenissimorum Principum vltimi Barbadici: Laurentani: Grimani: et inclyti Andreę Griti. Cum practica iudiciali necessaria
  461. Videna, or, The mother's tragedy : a legend of early Britain
  462. Video
  463. Video and media servers, second edition : technology and applications
  464. Video and multimedia transmissions over cellular networks : analysis, modelling, and optimization in live 3G mobile communications
  465. Video and multimedia transmissions over cellular networks : analysis, modelling, and optimization in live 3G mobile communications
  466. Video art : a guided tour
  467. The video art of Sylvia Safdie
  468. Video atlas : liver, biliary & pancreatic surgery
  469. Video atlas of advanced minimally invasive surgery
  470. Video atlas of neurosurgery : contemporary tumor and skull base surgery
  471. Video atlas of oculofacial plastic and reconstructive surgery
  472. Video bioinformatics : from live imaging to knowledge
  473. Video cataloguing : structure parsing and content extraction
  474. Video codec design : developing image and video compression systems
  475. Video coding : an introduction to standard codecs
  476. Video coding for mobile communications : efficiency, complexity and resilience
  477. Video coding with superimposed motion-compensated signals : applications to H.264 and beyond
  478. Video compression and communications : from basics to H.261, H.263, H.264, MPEG2, MPEG4 for DVB and HSDPA-style adaptive turbo-transceivers
  479. Video conferencing over IP : configure, secure, and troubleshoot
  480. Video data
  481. Video data management and information retrieval
  482. Video database systems : issues, products, and applications
  483. Video demystified : a handbook for the digital engineer
  484. Video demystified : a handbook for the digital engineer
  485. Video displays, work, and vision
  486. The video editor's guide to Soundtrack Pro : workflows, tools, and techniques
  487. The video game debate : unravelling the physical, social, and psychological effects of digital games
  488. Video game designer
  489. The video game explosion : a history from PONG to Playstation and beyond
  490. Video game optimization
  491. Video games around the world
  492. Video in social science research : functions and forms
  493. Video in the 21st century
  494. Video modelling and behaviour analysis : a guide for teaching social skills to children with autism
  495. Video networking
  496. Video object extraction and representation : theory and applications
  497. Video over IP : a practical guide to technology and applications
  498. Video over IP : IPTV, Internet video, H.264, P2P, Web TV, and streaming : a complete guide to understanding the technology, second edition
  499. Video production handbook
  500. Video production standards, equipment, and system design
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