A formacʹao do espacʹo economico nacional: Portugal 1810-1913
Justino, David
Lisboa. Vega. 1988.

A formacʹao historica da lingua portugesa
Bueno, Francisco da Silveira
Rio deJaneiro. Livraria Academica. 1955.

A formacʹao historica da lingua portuguesa
Bueno, Francisco da Silveira
Rio de Janeiro. Livraria Academica. 1958. 347 p.

A forma di cuore[translated by Marisa Caramella]
Rendell, Ruth
Milano. Bompiani. 1989.

A formal account of some presuppositional constructions
Ramsay, Allan
The author. [1990].

A formal account of the Crow-and Omaha-type kinship terminologies
Lounsbury, Floyd G ; Goodenough, Ward H
Indianapolis. Bobbs-Merrill. [s.d.].

A formal analysis of Lucretius' vocabulary
Swanson, Donald C
Minneapolis. Perine Book Co. 1962. xxiv, 197 p.

A formal and historical sociology of western picture-making with special reference to J.M.W. Turner: power, space and light
Parker, John
Lewiston, N.Y. . Edwin Mellen Press. c1998. xv,429p.

A formal approach to discourse anaphora
Webber, Bonnie L
New York. Garland Pub. 1979. 156 p. in various pagings.

A formal background to mathematics
Edwards, R. E
New York. Springer-Verlag. 1980. 2v.

A formal definition of a relational data base system
Hansal, A
Peterlee. IBM United Kingdom Ltd. 1976. 20p.

A formal feeling: a novel
Oneal, Zibby
London. Fontana Lions. 1985, c1982. 126p.

A formal feeling: a novel
Oneal, Zibby
London. Gollancz. 1983, c1982. 162p.

A formal feeling comes: poems in form by contemporary women
Finch, Annie
Brownsville, Or. Story Line Press. 1994. xiv, 308 p.

A formal framework for the specification of interactive systems
Butterworth, Richard James
1997.

A formal grammar analysis of urban transformation: urban renewal of historic town centres in Turkey after 1980s
Cʹetin, Murat
1999. 2 v.

A formal hardware verification methodology and its application to a network interface drip
Gordon, M. J. C ; Herbert, John
Cambridge. University of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory. 1984. 34p.

A formalin-sucrose ammonia fixative for cholinesterases
Pearson, C. K
[S.l. s.n.]. c1963. 1 sheet ([p. 665-666]).

A formal investigation by the Commission for Racial Equality into HM Prison Service of England and Wales
London. Commission for Racial Equality. 2003. 213p.

A formalisation of design methods: a (lambda)-calculus approach to systems design with an application to text editing
Feijs, L. M. G
New York . Ellis Horwood. 1993. xv, 502p.

A formalism for modelling behavioural aspects of temporal databases
Panopoulos, Konstantinos ; Theodoulidis, B
Manchester. UMIST. 1994.

A formalist theatre
Kirby, Michael
Philadelphia. University of Pennsylvania Press. 1987. xix, 159p.

A formalization of set theory without variables
Tarski, Alfred ; Givant, Steven R
Providence, R.I. American Mathematical Society. c1987.

A formal lexicon for the social sciences
Wolfson, Robert J
London. University Presses of Florida. 1990. (240)p.

A formal methodology for the verification of concurrent systems
Clarke, Philip John
Birmingham. Aston University. Departmentof Electronic Engineering and Applied Physics. 1993.

A formal model of visualization in computer graphics systems
Onodera, Tamiya ; Kawai, Satoru
Berlin . Springer-Verlag. c1990. p. cm.

A formal ode; or; Illuminated address of welcome, on an auspicious occasion, viz. a dinner of the distinguished members of the Double Crown Club in Corpus Christi College on Friday the twenty-sixth day of June MCMLXIV; with which is incorporated, or bound in, a general survey, or alarming prospect, of the gentlemen of the Club
Oxford. Oxford University Press. 1964.

A formal representation of normative systems: a defeasible deontic reasoning approach
Ryu, Young Uk
Ann Arbor, MI. University Microfilms International. 1992. 2 microfiche.

A formal semantics of tense, aspect and aktionsarten
Saurer, Werner
Bloomington. Indiana University Linguistics Club. 1984.

A formal theory and an empirical study of role dissonance: a proposed conceptual addition of socio-psychological dissonance to role conflict theory and its application within an educational institution
Molander, Christopher
Bradford. The author. 1974. 290p.

A formal theory of exceptions in generative phonology
Zonneveld, Wim
Lisse. Peter de Ridder Press. 1978. ii, 313 p.

A formal theory of railway track networks in higher-order logic and its applications in interlocking design
Wong, Wai
[s.l.]. typescript. 1992.

A Form and method of trial of commoners, in cases of high treason, and misprision of high treason, pursuant tothe statute made in the seventh year of the reign of the late King William the Third, of England, &c. Intituled, An act for regulating of trials in cases of treason and misprision of treason: and also in cases of other treasons and misprisions of treason, not restrained to the method directed in that statute; but remain triable and to be proceeded upon according to the course of the common law
London. Printed by C. Bill and the executrix of T. Newcomb. 1790. 44 p.

A forma secreta
Meyer, Augusto
Rio de Janeiro. Francisco Alves. 1981.

A formative evaluation of a Special Needs Under Fives Support Service
Murphy, Andrew Laurence
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1999.

A Formative evaluation of the 1991 employment white paper initiavtive on careers information
Roberts, C
Devon. Devon LEA. 1992.

A formative evaluation of the implementation of a new syllabus and coursebook for secondary schools in Niger
Halilou, Ibrahim
[s.l.]. typescript. 1993.

A forma verbal portuguesa em -ria
Camara, Joaquim Mattoso
[Washington D.C.]. Georgetown University Press. 1967.

A form book for thesis writing
Campbell, William Giles
Boston. Houghton Mifflin. 1939.

A form-critical study in the Book of Hosea with special attention to method
Buss, Martin J
High Wycombe. UMI. 1964. 253p.

A formcritical study of selected Odes of Solomon
Blaszczak, Gerald R
Atlanta, Ga. Scholars Press. c1985. ix, 155 p.

A forme of Catechising: Set downe by Questions and Answers. Wherein the principall Grounds of Christian Religion are deliuered
Elton, Edward ; Beale, John
London. Printed by Iohn Beule. 1634. [56] leaves : 8vo.

A forme of common prayer to be used upon the 8th of July
London. 1640.

A forme of common prayer, together with an order of fasting: for the averting of Gods heavie visitation upon many places of this Kingdome, and for the obtaining of his blessings upon us : the prayers are to be read every Wednesday during this visitation : set forth by His Majesties authority
London. imprinted... by Robert Barker... and by the assignes of Iohn Bill. 1636.

A forme of common prayer together with an order of fasting for the averting of Gods heavy visitation uponmany places of this kingdome
London. by Bonham Norton and Iohn Bill. 1625.

A forme of prayer, necessary to bee used in these dangerous times, for the safety and preservation of his Maiestie and this Realme
Norton, Bonham ; Bill, John
London. Bonham Norton and John Bill. 1626. [86]p.

A forme of prayer necessary to bee vsed in these dangerous times for the safety and preseruation of his Maiestie and this realme
London. by Bonham Norton and Iohn Bill. 1626.

A forme of prayer necessary to bee vsed in these dangerous times of warre
London. by Bonham Norton and Iohn Bill. 1628.

A form for the commemoration of benefactors, to be used in the chapel of the College of St. Margaret and St. Bernard, commonly called Queens' College, Cambridge
Cambridge. Printed at the University Press, by J. Smith. 1823.

A formidable commission
London. Seeley Service & Co. Ltd. [19--].

A formidable enemy
Allan, Mabel Esther
London. Heinemann. 1973. (5),149p.

A formidable enemy
Allan, Mabel Esther
Nashville. Thomas Nelson. 1975. 154p.

A formidable foe
Sunderland. University of Sunderland. 2004. 1 DVD (30 min).

A form of Christian policy gathered out of French
Fenton, Sir G
Johnson. 1972.

A form of common prayer: To be used on Wednesday the tenth day of October next, throughout the whole kingdom of England and dominion of Wales, being appointed by His Majesty, a day of fasting and humiliation, in consideration of the late dreadful fire, which wasted the greater part of the city of London
London. Printed by J. Bill and C. Barker, printers to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty. 1666. (52) p.

A form of common prayer: to be used upon the 30th of January, being the anniversary-day... for fasting andhumiliation
London. by John Bill. 1661.

A form of common prayer for Gods blessing upon His Majesty-: to be used upon Wednesday April 10th
London. by John Bill, etc. 1678.

A form of common prayer to be used on Wednesday the 10th of October: being appointed... a day of fasting... in consideration of the late dreadful fire
London. by John Bill and Christopher Barker. 1666.

A form of common prayer to be used on Wednesday the 4th of February, 1673/4... and on Wednesday the 11th of February: being the days of the general fast... for imploring Gods blessing on His Majesty and... Parliament
London. by the Assigns of John Bill and Christopher Barker. 1673/4.

A form of common prayer to be used on Wednesday the 5th of April: being the day of the general fast appointed... for imploring Gods blessing on His Majesties naval forces
London. by John Bill and Christopher Barker. 1665.

A form of Common Prayer, together with an order of fasting, for the averting of Gods heavy visitation upon many places of thisrealm: the fast to be observed... on Wednesday the twelfth of this instant July
London. by John Bill and Christopher Barker. 1665.

A form of consolation poems, 1942-1945
Durnford, John
[Box, Wilts.]. [J. Durnford]. [1984].

A form of death
Lewis, J. R ; Paulin, Jack
Magna Story Sound. 2002. 5 cassettes (6hrs 35mins).

A form of divine service: appointed by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York for general use on the National Day of Prayer and Dedication to Almighty God, 6 July 1947
London. Eyre & Spottiswoode. [1947].

A Form of gratitude: the life of Angela Limerick
Lindsay, Donald Dunrod
East Grinstead. Chid Press. 1992. 308p.

A form of humble prayer to Almighty God: to be used in services of intercession on behalf of the nation and empire in this time of war : issued under the authority of the Archbishops of Canterbury and York
London. S.P.C.K. [1915].

A Form of Prayer: to be used in all churches and chapels throughout that part of Great Britain called England, Dominion of Wales and Town of Berwick upon Tweed
By His Majesty's Special Command
No Publishing Details. 8p.

A form of prayer and of thanksgiving to almighty God for the protection afforded to the King's Majesty during the twenty-five years of his auspicious reign: for use in the cathedral ... of St. Paul ... on ... the sixth ... May 1935, and in other churches in England
George
London. Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1935. 15 p.

A form of prayer and of thanksgiving to Almighty God for the protection afforded to the King's Majesty during the twenty-five years of his auspicious reign: ordered by the Lords of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy-Council for use in the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in London on Monday the sixth day of May 1935
London. Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1935.

A Form of prayer and of thanksgiving to almighty God for the protection affroded to the King's majesty during the twenty-five years of his auspicious reign ordered by the lords of His Majesty's most honourable Privy Council
London. Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1935. 15p.

A form of prayer and of thanksgiving to Almighty God on the occasion of the Silver Jubilee of the accession of Our Sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth the second
London. Cambridge University Press. [1977].

A form of prayer and of thanksgiving to ... God for the protection afforded to the King's Majesty during the twenty-five years of his ... reign ... in the cathedral church of St. Paul ... on ... the sixth ... of May 1935
George
London. Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1935. 7 p.

A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God: to be used at morning and evening service, after the General Thanksgiving, throughout the Cities of London and Westminster ... on Sunday the twenty-seventh of May, 1770 ... : on the safe delivery of the Queen, and happy birth of a Princess : by His Majesty's special command
London. Printed by Charles Eyre and William Strahan, Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty. 1770.

A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God: to be used in all churches and chapels in England and Wales, and in the town of Berwick-on-Tweed, on Sunday the Seventeenth Day of October 1847 : being the day appointed for a general thanksgiving to Almighty God for the late abundant harvest
London. George E. Eyre and William Spottiswoode. 1847.

A form of prayer and thanksgiving to almighty God: to be used at morning and evening service ... throughout the cities of London and Westminster ... on Sunday next ... the fourth day of May, 1746, and in all other places ... on Sunday the twenty fifth ... for the complete victory ... over the rebels in Scotland
London. Baskett. 1746. 4 p.

A form of prayer and thanksgiving to almighty God: to be used in all churches and chapels ... on Thursdaythe ninth day of October ... for the suppression of the late unnatural rebellion
London. Baskett. 1746. 14 p.

A form of prayer and thanksgiving to almighty God commemorating the blessings granted to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty during the twentyfive years of Her Majesty's reign, St Paul's Cathedral, Tuesday, 7 June, 1977, at 11,30 a.m
(HMSO). 1977.

A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God, for the signal and repeated successes obtained by the troops of Her Majesty, and by those of her allies, in the Crimea, and especially for the capture of the town of Sebastopol
London. Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1855.

A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God, to be used in all churches and chapels throughout those parts of the United Kingdom called England and Ireland, on Thursday the seventh day of July, 1814
Leeds. Printed by Griffith Wright. 1814. 8p.

A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God, to be used on Tuesday the sixteenth day of June next, in all churches and chappels throught the kingdom of Ireland, for the conclusion of a just and honourable peace between Her Most Excellent Majesty theQueen of Great Britain and Ireland, and the French King
Crooke, Andrew
Dublin. Printed by Andrew Crooke, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, in Copper-Alley. 1713. 3,[4-24]p. : 4to.

A form of prayer and thanksgiving, to be used on Thursday the first day of May next, throughout England, the Dominion of Wales, and town of Berwick upon Tweed, for rendring [sic] most hearty thanks to almighty God, for the wonderful and happy conclusion of the treaty for the union of Her Majesties two Kingdoms of England and Scotland
London. printed by Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd. 1707. [10]p.

A form of prayer for the visitation of the sick and the laying on of hands
London. Methodist Publishing House. [19--?]. 12p.

A form of prayer to Almighty God at this time of war: to be used on Sunday, May 26th, 1940
London. Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. 1940. 20 p.

A form of prayer to be used in all churches and chapels: upon ... the ninth of January next, being the day appointed ... for a general fast
London. Baskett. 1739. 28 p.

A form of prayer to be used in all churches and chapels: upon ... the seventh day of January next, beingthe day appointed ... for a general fast
London. Baskett. 1746. 29 p.

A form of prayer to be used in all churches and chapels: upon Wednesday the seventeenth day of February ... being the day appointed ... for a general fast
London. Baskett. 1747. 29 p.

A form of prayer, to be used in all churches and chapels throughout the Kingdom of England, Dominion of Wales, and town of Berwick upon Tweed, on Wednesday the nineteenth day of January: being the fast-day appointed ... for the imploring of a blessing from almighty God upon her Majesty and her allies, engaged in the present war
London. printed by Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd. 1703/4. 44p.

A form of prayer, to be used in all churches and chapels throughout the Kingdom of England, Dominion of Wales, and town of Berwick upon Tweed, on Wednesday the twenty sixth day of May, ... for the imploring of a blessing from almighty God upon her Majestyand her allies, engaged in the present war against France and Spain
London. printed by Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd. 1703. 40p.

A form of prayer to be used in all churches and chapels throughout those parts of the United Kingdom called England and Ireland, on Wednesday the twenty-sixth day of April 1854: being the day appointed by proclamations for general humiliation and prayer before almighty God
Bristol. Printed by J. Bonner. 1854. 8p.

A form of prayer to be used in all churches and chappels throughout the kingdom of Ireland, upon Friday the sixth day of February next, being the day appointed by proclamation for a general fast and humiliation before almighty God, to be observed in mostdevout and solemn manner, by sending up our prayers and supplications to the divine majesty: for obtaining pardon of our sins, and averting those heavy judgements which have fallen on neighbouring nations, and which our manifold provocations have most justly deserved; and for imploring his blessing and assistance on the counsels and arms of His Majesty, and for restoring and perpetuating peace, safety, and prosperity to himself and his kingdoms
Ewing, Alexander ; Grierson, George Abraham
Dublin. Printed by the executor [Alexander Ewing] of George Abraham Grierson, printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, at the King's Arms and Two Bibles in Essex-street. M.DCC.LVI [1756]. 23,[1]p. : 8vo.

A form of prayer to be used on Friday the 11th of April: being the fast-day appointed... to seek reconcilation with Almighty God
London. by John Bill, (etc). 1679.

A for(m) of pray(er) to be used on Wednesday, November 13th: being the fast-day... to implore the merciesof Almighty God
London. by John Bill, etc. 1678.

A form of prayer to be used on Wednesday the 22nd of December: being the fast-day appointed... to seek reconciliation with Almighty God
London. by the Assigns of John Bill, etc. 1680.

A form of prayer to be used yearly on the second of September, for the dreadful fire of London
London. Printed by Bill. 1696. 8 p.

A Form of prayer to the Almighty God at this time of war: to be used in all churches and chapels in the provinces of Canterbury and York on Sunday, 1 October, 1939 and on such occasions as each bishop shall appoint for his own diocese
London. Oxford University Press. 1939. 8p.

A form of prayer with thanksgiving: to be used on Sunday September the 9th, being the day of thanksgivingappointed by the Kings declaration
London. by the assigns of John Bill, etc. 1683.

A Form of Prayer with Thanksgiving for the Safe Delivery of the Queen, and happy Birth of the Young Prince: To be Used on Sunday next, being the Seventeenth Day of this Instant June, in all Churches and Chappels, within the Cities of London and Westminster, and Ten Miles distance : And upon the First Day of July next, in all other Places throughout this Kingdom of England, Dominion of Wales, and Town of Berwick upon Tweed
London. Printed by Charles Bill, Henry Hills, and Thomas Newcomb, Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty. 1688. [7] p.

A form of prayer with thanksgiving to Almighty God
Hone, William ; Caroline Amelia Elizabeth
London. Hone. 1820. 13 p.

A form of prayer with thanksgiving to almighty God: to be used in all churches and chapels ... upon the eleventh day of June, being the day on which His Majesty began his happy reign
London. Baskett. 1728. (10) p.

A form of release
Petrie, Glen
London. Macmillan. 1971. 219p.

A form of service on the occasion of the thanksgiving for the recovery of... the Prince of Wales ... 27th February 1872
Edward
(London. The Cathedral. 1872). (5) p.

A form of sound words: the religious poetry of Christopher Smart
Guest, Harriet
Oxford. Clarendon. 1989. xiii,293p.

A form of thanksgiving and prayer: to be used in all churches and chapels in England and Wales, and in the town of Berwick-upon-Tweed on Sunday, July 6, 1919, being the day appointed for thanksgiving to Almighty God on the occasion of the signing of the Treaty of Peace by His Majesty's Special Command
Oxford . Oxford University Press. [1919].

A Form of thanksgiving and prayer to Almighty God, upon the completion of fifty years of Her Majesty's reign: to be used on Tuesday the 21st day of June next, in the abbey church of St. Peter's, Westminster
London. printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1887. 12p.

A form of treatment in respective cases of lupus vulgaris and pulmonary tuberculosis
Manning, William J
[S.l. s.n. 1914]. 16p.

A form of undertaking to be executed by the allotees of Exchequer bills
(London?. 1793?). 1 sheet.

A form of worship for a youth service: to be used on youth Sundays and other similar occasions
London. THe Epworth Press. [196-]. 11 p.

A form room fellowship
Whitehouse, J. Howard
Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 1931.

(A form supplied for the use of the inhabitants of the city of London in forming themselves intoarmed associations "for the protection of that neighbourhood in case of any emergency", and in "uniting artificers and others ... as extra constables"
London. 1798). 6 p.

A formula book of English historical documents
Hall, Hubert
Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 1908.

A formula book of English official historical documents
Hall, H
Franklin. 1969.

A formula book of English official historical documents
Hall, Hubert
Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 1908. xvi,170p.

A formula for distributing NHS revenues based on small area use of hospital beds: results of a study commissioned from the University of York by the National Health Service Executive
Carr-Hill, Roy
York. Centre for Health Economics, University of York. 1994. 140p.

A formula for loving
Shaldon, Nina
London. Hale. 1969. 190p.

A formula for success: chemistry at science museums
Templeton, Michael
Washington. Association of Science-Technology Centers. 1992. 67p.

A formulary for the preparation and medical administration of certainnew remedies
Magendie, Francʹois ; Gully, James Manby
London. Churchill. 1835. 216 p.

A formulary of cosmetic preparations
Ash, Michael ; Ash, Irene
New York. Chemical Publishing. 1977.

A formulary of cosmetic preparations
Hunting, Anthony L. L
Weymouth. Micelle. 1993. xi,605p.

A formulary of detergents and other cleaning agents
Ash, Michael ; Ash, Irene
London. George Godwin Limited. 1980.

A formulary of paints and other coatings
Ash, Michael ; Ash, Irene
London. George Godwin. 1978.

A formulary of the papal penitentiary in the thirteenth century
Lea, Henry Charles
Philadelphia, Pa. Lea Brothers & Co. 1892. xxxviii, 183, [3] p., [1] leaf of plates.

A formulation of the nature of things
Kinane, Peter
Dundrum, Co. Tipperary. O Bhrid Press. 1997. v, 19p.

A fo˜rsta si samtid: essay
Wright, G. H. von
Oslo. Det Norske Samlaget. 1996. [220]p.

A Forsyte-Saga
Galsworthy, John
Budapest. Europa Ko˜nyvkiado. 1960.

A fort at Skitten, Wick, Caithness, with notes on flint implements from the same county
Duff-Dunbar, L
s.l. [Mrs. L. Duff-Dunbar]. [1936?]. 108-117p.

A Forth and Clyde Canalbum
Hutton, Guthrie
Glasgow. R. Stenlake. 1991. 51 p.

A for the Ark
Duvoisin, Roger
London. Bodley Head. 1961. 44p.,ill.,28cm.

A fortnight by the Italian lakes
Studd, Ronald Granville
London. Marshall. 1952.