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Brussels. International Union of Public Transport. c1991. 40p.

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Accessible Enviroments
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Marl, Katie
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Adil, Janeen R
Bethesda, MD. Woodbine House. 1994. xvi, 300p.

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Bull, Melanie
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Accessible Health: ParentAbility survey of access to primary health services in the UK
London. NCT. 1994. 21cm.36. 2ill.

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Stanford, John
London. Radar. 1998. 672p.

Accessible holidays in the British Isles: a guide for disabled people
Stanford, John
London. The Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation. 1999.

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The Accessible housing design file
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London. Centre for Accessible Environments. 1994.

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Stafford. Information Staffordshire. 1994.

Accessible landscapes: designing for inclusion
Evans, Philip S ; Donnelly, Brian
San Francisco. Department of Plant Operations, San Francisco State University. 1993.

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Accessible libraries on campus: a practical guide for the creation of disability-friendly libraries
McNulty, Tom
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Lochaber. LAD. 1998. 94p.

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Harrison, Carolyn
London. English Nature. 1995.

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Azzopardi, Francis ; Stewart, Brian
Basingstoke. Macmillan. 1995. 1 v. (various pagings).

Accessible physics for A-level: guided coursebook
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Accessible play
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The accessible portapack manual
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Accessible public transport infrastructure: guidelines for the design of interchanges, terminals and stops
Barham, Philip ; Oxley, Philip R ; Shaw, Tony
Crowthorne. Transport Research Laboratory. 1994.

The accessible school: universal design for educational settings
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Berkeley, Calif. MIG Communications. c1999. v, 73 p.

Accessible Scotland: Our guide to accessible accommodation and visitor attractions for people with physical disabilities
Edinburgh. Visit Scotland. 2004. 88p.

Accessible services: including the needs of elderly and disabled people in all our planning and provision : consultation list, examples of good practice, resource list
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Accessible thresholds in new housing: guidance for house builders and designers
Norwich. The Stationery Office. 1999. 22p.

Accessible transport in East London: moving in the right direction
Bell, Sandra ; Hurdle, David
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Gooday, Jon
London. Employers Forum on Disability. 2001. 48p.

Access in action: breaking down the barriers
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Leicester. NIACE/REPLAN Central Unit. 1989.

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Access in Brackley: a guide to premises for those with walking difficulties
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Access in dwellings: a report on a housing research project
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Access in dwellings: an interim report which surveys current trends in housing, their origins and consequences
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Manchester. Universityof Manchester, School of Architecture. 1974.

Access in easy steps
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Accessing and browsing information and communication
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Cambridge, Mass. CogNet. 2001.

Accessing AutoCAD Architectural Desktop release 2
Wyatt, William
Albany, N.Y. Autodesk Press. 20010. xxii, 1034p.

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Smart, Dean
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Accessing C: tips from the experts
New York. Van Nostrand Reinhold. 1989. 306p.

Accessing early English books 1641-1700: a cumulative index to units 1-32 of the microfilm collection
Wing, Donald Goddard
Ann Arbor. University Microfilms International. 1981. 4 v.

Accessing education, rehabilitation & training: EDSE 41
Chance, Dorothy ; Raffle, Barbara
Birmingham. University of Birmingham, Faculty of Education and Continuing Studies. 1997. 40 p.

Accessing environmental information in Scotland: a research report to the ScottishOffice
Moxen, John
Edinburgh. Scottish Office, Central Research Unit. 1995. 1 v (various pagings).

Accessing EU documents: new initiatives & developments from the EU institutions : proceedings of a one day seminar held in London at CILIP, 9 June 2003, organised jointly with the European Information Association
Nurcombe, Valerie J ; Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals ; European Information Association
London. Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals, Information Services Group. 2003. 76p.

Accessing European Parliament documentation
Luxembourg. Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. 1993. 51p.

Accessing Federal data bases for contaminated site clean-up technologies
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Accessing funding for adult education: a report of the Aontas annual conference 1992 anda guide to funding opportunities for adult education
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Accessing funding in further education: a college perspective on access funds and student financial support
Callender, Claire ; Smith, Nick
Coventry. Further Education Funding Council. 1999. 72p.

Accessing further education
London. British Council. 1995. 1 cassette (25 min).

Accessing geographic information for Ireland: report of an information audit of major GIS users in Ireland
Rybaczuk, Krysia ; Mac Mahon, Helen
Dublin. Forbairt. 1995. 23p.

Accessing Hereford: a comprehensive guide for disabled people visiting or living in Hereford
Hereford. Hereford City Council Leisure Services. 1997. 40p.

Accessing hidden culture using the tool of metaphorical language
Gunn, Janet P

Accessing hidden knowledge in district nursing practice
McCready, Sue
Oxford. Oxford Brookes University. 1996.

Accessing human rights: disabled children and the Children Act
Morris, Jenny
Ilford. Barnardo's. 1998. 65 p.

Accessing human services: international perspectives
Levinson, Risha W ; Haynes, Karen S
Beverly Hills . Sage. c1984. 320p.

Accessing information in a technological age
Whitson, Donna L ; Amstutz, Donna D
Malabar, FL. Krieger Pub. Co. 1997.

Accessing information on stress at work from
Luxembourg. Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. 2002. 1 sheet.

Accessing networked services: a user interface design problem
Abdullah, Abdul Hanan
Birmingham. Aston University. Departmentof Computer Science and Applied Mathematics. 1994.

Accessing noun-phrase antecedents
Ariel, Mira
London. Routledge. 1990. ix,265p.

Accessing on-line bibliographic databases
Barron, Billy
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Accessing our humanities collections: a subject guide for researchers
Parkinson, Neil ; Bruce, Rachel
London. Joint Information Systems Committee. [2000]. ix,243p.

Accessing our humanities collections: a guide to specialised collections for humanities researchers
London. JISC, Library Office, King's College. [1997?]. 164p.

Accessing private finance: the availability and effectiveness of private finance in urban regeneration
Adair, Alastair
London. Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. 1998. 51p.

Accessing science: year 1 : big book
Moorcroft, Christine
Dunstable. Folens. 2004. 24p.

Accessing science: year R : big book
Moorcroft, Christine
Dunstable. Folens. 2004. 16p.

Accessing social security: the experience of CAB clients in Northern Ireland
King, Lisa
Belfast. NIACAB. 1999. 12p.

Accessing sociodramatic play with young hearing-impaired children
Green, Linda Ann
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1995.

Accessing specialist resources: a reader for the diploma for connexions personal advisers
Sheffield. Connexions. 2002.

Accessing technology: using technology to support the learning and employment opportunities for visually impaired users
Cain, Sally
London. Royal National Institute for the Blind. 2001. 146 p.

Accessing the 1991 Census digitised boundary data
Manchester Computing Centre. 1996. 29p.

Accessing the Census: a suite of exercises to access the 1991 and 1981 Census at the Manchester Computer Centre
Hickingbotham, Andrea
Leicester. Midlands Regional Research Laboratory, Census Analysis Unit. 1993.

Accessing the curriculum for pupils with autistic spectrum disorders: using the TEACCH programme to help inclusion
Mesibov, Gary B ; Howley, Marie
London. David Fulton. 2002. 128 p.

Accessing the dreaming: heritage, conservation and tourism at Mungo National Park
Gostin, Olga
Underdale, South Australia. University of South Australia. 1995. xii,126p.

Accessing the entitlement curriculum for children with special educational needs in post-primary schools: analysis of a field officer's role
Kelleher, Patricia K
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Accessing the evidence on clinical effectiveness
York. NHS Centre for Reviews and Dissemination, University of York. 2001. [4]p.

Accessing the Internet: a guide for the UK and Ireland
Smith, John W. T
London. International Thomson. 1994. xii,164p.

Accessing the Internet
New Jersey. Data-Tech Institute. 1994. 1 videorecording.

Accessing Third Level Education in Ireland: A Handbook for Students with Disabilities and Learning Difficulties
Callaghan, Patricia
Dublin. Ahead Education Press. 1998. 108p. : Pbk.

Accessing third level education in Ireland: a handbook for students with disabilities
Callaghan, Patricia
Dublin. AHEAD Education Press. 1997. 71p.

Access in Guernsey: a guide for physically disabled residents and visitors
Guernsey. Young Businessmen's Group. [n.d.]. 64p.

Accessing U.S. government information: subject guide to jurisdiction of the executive and legislative branches
Zwirn, Jerrold
Westport, Conn. . Greenwood Press. 1996. xvii,178p.

Access in Israel: a guide for the disabled and for those who have problems getting around
London. Pauline Hephaistos Survey Projects. 1988. 138p.

Access in Jersey: a guide for disabled people and for those who have trouble getting around : 1974, 1980, 1985
Couch, Gordon ; Barett, David

Access in Jersey: a guide for the disabled and for those who have problems getting around
Couch, Gordon
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Access in London: a guide for people who have problems getting around
London. Pauline Hephaistos Survey Projects. 1997. 80p.

Access in Manchester city centre for the disabled
Manchester. Manchester Youth and Community Service. [1981].

Access in mind: towards the inclusive museum
Rayner, Ann
UK. Intellectual Access Trust. 1998. 136p.

Access in Newmarket - on - Fergus: A Brief Study of an Irish Village
Newmarket - on - Fergus,County Clare. Obair and Disabled People of Clare. 2001.

Access in Norway: an introductory guide for the disabled and for those who have problems getting around
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Access in Paris: a guide for those who have problems gettingaround
Couch, Gordon ; Roberts, Ben
London. Quiller. 1993. 245p.

Access in Paris: a guide for those who have problems getting around
Couch, Gordon
Surbiton. The London Communications and Mobility Cooperative. 1985. 112p.

Access in Paris: a tourist guide for the disabled and for those who have problems getting around
Esher. Michael Lancet. 1974.

Access in Reading: a guide for the disabled and for those who have problems getting around
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Young, Margaret Levine
New York . Wiley. 1993. (528)p.

Access in the future tense
Greenstein, Daniel I
Washington. Council on Library and Information Resources. 2004. 74p.

Access in the high street: advice on how to make shopping more manageable for disabled people
Thorpe, Stephen
London. Centre on Environment for the Handicapped. 1981.

Access in the Loire: a guide for the disabled and for those who have problems getting around
(s.l.). (s.n.). 1978.

Access in the Peak District: a study of rambling clubs in Sheffield and Nottingham up to the Second World War
Chapman, J

Access in the USA: designing for people with disabilities : a report on a studytour to the USA in autumn 1989
Nee, Pauline
London. Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. c1990. 33p.

Access in transition: from LEA to college responsibility
Sheffield. Employment Department. 1992. v,37p.

Accession: the making of a Queen
Hartley, John
London. Quartet Books. 1992. (174)p.

Accessioni gaddiane: Strutture, lingua e societa in C. E. Gadda
Flores, Enrico
Napoli. Loffredo. 1973. 150 p.

Accessionis ad steriometriam, et mecanicam, pars prima
Angeli, S. degli
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Accession jubilee: Arrangement of the plan for the celebration of the jubilee at Windsor, on the 25th ... of October, 1809, being the anniversary of His Majesty's accession to the throne and his entrance into the fiftieth year of his reign
Windsor. 1809. 1 sheet.