A Mo˜ssbauer study of isotope separator implanted impurities in group-IV semiconductors and f.c.c.metals
Nylandsted Larsen, Arne
Aarhus. Aarhus Universitet, Det Naturvidenskabelige Fakultet. 1978. [138] s.

A Mo˜ssbauer study of the Hensler alloy systems Ni2Mn[x subscript]Ti[1-x subscript]Sn and Co2Mn[x subscript]Ti[1-xsubscript]Sn
Danson, David Paul
1979. [vi],160 leaves,[4]leaves of plates.

A Mo˜ssbauer study of the iron-storage protein ferritin and its biosynthetic counterparts
Mackey, John Benjamin
1998.

Amos Shrike, the school ghost
Townson, Hazel ; Ross, Tony
London. Andersen. 1990. 64p.

Amos solar cells on polycrystalline Gallium arsenide
McEvoy, A. J ; Wrixon, G. T
Luxembourg. Commission of theEuropean Communities. 1983.

Amos's oracles against the nations: a study of Amos 1.3-2.5
Barton, John
Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 1980. x,83p.

Amos's sweater
Lunn, Janet ; LaFave, Kim
Toronto. Groundwood/Douglas &McIntyre. 1994. [30]p.

Amos's sweater
Lunn, Janet ; LaFave, Kim
Vancouver . Douglas & McIntyre. 1988.

A most auspicious star
Ebel, Suzanne
London. Collins. 1969. 160p.

A most benevolent gentleman
Rattray, Brenda
London. Macdonald & Co. 1970. 214p.

A most circumstantial account of ... Miss Bell, otherwise Sharpe, who died at Marybone on Saturday October 4
Sharpe, Ann
London. J. Williams. 1760. 71 p.

A most contagious game
Aird, Catherine
Bath. Chivers Press. 1994. 188p.

A most convenient marriage
Carey, Suzanne
New York. Silhouette. 1989.

A most copious Spanish dictionarie: with Latine and English ... with the etymologies ... ofall, or most part of words in the Spanish tongue ... (etc.)
Minsheu, John
London. priv. print. (c. 1617). (187) p.

A most curious trial: --Mead ... against ... Rev. Mr. Daubney, for slander ... Tried ... at Guildhall ... June, 1792
Meade, Thomas ; Daubeny, Charles
London. Owen. 1792. 44 p.

A most dangerous method: the story of Jung, Freud, and Sabina Spielrein
Kerr, John
London. Sinclair-Stevenson. 1994. xi,607p.

A most dangerous woman?
Whitehouse, Mary
Tring. Lion. 1982. 256p.

A most delicate monster: the one-professional special library
Dartnall, Jean
Wagga Wagga, N.S.W. Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University. 1998. xii, 164 p.

A most delightful station: the British Army on the Curragh of Kildare, Ireland,1855-1922
Costello, Con
Cork. Collins Press. 1996. xi, 431p.

A most delightful task: an investigation into the personality, motivation and interpersonal relationships of the piano accompanist
Moore, Christine
2003.

A most desirable MD
Winston, Anne Marie
Richmond. Silhouette. 2002. 183 p.

A most determined bachelor
Macgregor, Miriam
Richmond. Mills & Boon. 1999. 185 p.

A most determined woman
Blair, Emma ; Sircom, Margaret
Long Preston. Magna. n.d. 15 cassettes (20hrs).

A most determined woman
Blair, Emma
London. Inner Circle. 1994. 503p.

A most determined woman
Blair, Emma
London. Joseph. 1988. (416)p.

A most detestable crime: new philosophical essays on rape
Burgess-Jackson, Keith
New York . Oxford University Press. 1999. xv, 306 p.

A most diplomatic general: the life of General LordRobertson of Oakridge Bt. GCB GBE KCMG KCVO DSO MC 1896-1974
Williamson, D. G
London. Brassey's. 1996. xvi,265p.,[12]p. of plates.

A most eligible bachelor
Steele, Jessica
Richmond. Mills & Boon. 1998. 187p.

A most excellent and profitable dialogue, of the powerfull iustifying faith
Wittewronghelus, Jacobus ; Golding, Arthur
London. Printed by N[icholas] O[kes] for Samuel Rand, and are to be sold at his shop on Holburne bridge. 1610. [58] p.

A most excellent dish!: tales of the Lancashire tripe trade
Houlihan, Marjory
[Radcliffe]. Neil Richardson. 1988. 47p.

A most excellent exposition of the assembly's catechism
Brown, John ; Mosely, W
London. printed for Francis Westley. 1824. 47p.

A most excellent homish apothecarye
Braunschweig, Hieronymus von
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum Ltd. 1968.

A most excellent instruction for the keeping merchants bookes of accounts
Carpenter, John
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1975 (i.e. 1976). 141 p.

A most exceptional quest
Westleigh, Sarah
London. Mills & Boon. 1993. 352p.

A most expensive prisoner
Pugh, Jane
Llanrwst. Gwasg Carreg Gwalch. c1988. 91p.

"A most extraordinary and mysterious business": the Zinoviev letter of 1924
Bennett, Gill
[London]. Library and Records Department, Foreign & Commonwealth Office. 1999. ii, 128 p.

A most extraordinary pair: Mary Wollstonecraft and William Godwin
Detre, Jean
New York. Doubleday. 1975.

A 'most far-reaching reform': the Prime Minister's review of the NHS examined
Sheaff, Rod
Manchester. Health Services Management Unit, Department of Social Administration, University of Manchester. 1989. 31 leaves.

A most formidable union: the history of DATA and TASS
Foley, Tony
London. Manufacturing Science Finance. 1992. 121p.

A most friendly farewell to Sir Francis Drake
Roberts, Henry ; Blackie, E. M
Cambridge, Mass. Harvard University Press. 1924.

A most godly sermon: preached at St. Albons in Woodstreet on ... the 10. of October, 1641: Showingthe necessity of selfe-denyall and humiliation, by prayer and fasting before the Lord; in regard of the present plague we now lye under
Burton, Henry
London. B. Alsop. 1641. (7) p.

Amos-- the prophet and his oracles: research on the book of Amos
Carroll R., M. Daniel
Louisville, Ky. Westminster John Knox Press. c2002. xiv, 224 p.

A most horrid and bloody murther committed at Islington
(London. printed by Mallet. 1683). 4 p.

A most inconvenient death
Crow, Donna Fletcher
Chicago. Moody Press. c1993. 227 p.

A most ingenious paradox: the art of Gilbert and Sullivan
Wren, Gayden
New York . Oxford University Press. 2001. x, 396 p.

A most insistent lady
McCulloch, Sarah
(London). Corgi. 1981, c1980. 174p.

A most insistent lady
McCulloch, Sarah
Bath. Chivers. 1983, c1980. 150p.

A most interesting case, proving the necessity of the bill now before Parliament for altering the bankrupt laws: in a letter addressed to Sir Samuel Romilly
Baillie, George
London. printed by Joyce Gold, and published by S. Chapple. 1809. 16p.

'A most just vituperation': Milton's Christian orator in 'Pro se defensio'
McGuire, Maryann Cale

A most lamentable and tragicall historie: conteyning the outragious and horrible tyrannie which a Spanishe gentlewoman named Violenta executed upon her lover Didaco, because he espoused another beyng first betrothed unto her
Acheley, Thomas ; Bandello, Matteo
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1977. 1 v. (unp.aged).

A most learned, consciencious and devout excercise, or sermon, held forth on the last Lords-day of Aprilin the year 1649 at Sir P. T's house in Lincolns-Inne-Fields
Cromwell, Oliver ; Guerdon, Aaron
[s.l.]. [s.n.]. 1680.

A most learned & eloquent speech, spoken and delivered in the House of Commons, at Westminster, by a most learned lawyer, the 23th [sic] June, 1647
[London]. [s.n.]. 1647. 4 p.

"A most majestic vision and harmonious charmingly": "The tempest" in modern theatre, with particular reference to Sam Mendes's 1993 Royal Shakespeare Company Production
Broomhead, A
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1994.

A Most noble Speech: Moving the Lords House in Scotland ... for the prevention of such Advantages; whereby Incendiaries may in the vacancy of Parliaments any way extort from his Highnesse Proclamations, to inforce the bringing in of Innovations into the Kirke; or confirming of Monopolies, that so all Oppressions may be removed ... : As Also, an Honourable Reply made by the Lord Lowden, against such, who objected against his former Speech
Campbell, Archibald ; Loudoun, John Campbell
London. Printed by B.Alsop. 1641. [7] p.(unnumbered); 18.3cm (4to).

A most passionate revenge
Baird, Jacqueline
Richmond. Mills & Boon. 2000. 186p.

A most peculiar people: quotations about Wales and the Welsh
Stephens, Meic
Cardiff. University of Wales Press. 1992. 186p.

A most pernicious thing: gun trading and native warfare in the early contact period
Given, Brian J
Ottawa,Canada. Carleton University Press. 1994. 138p.

A most pleasant, fruitful, and witty work of the best state of a public weal, and of the new isle called Utopia
More, Thomas ; Robinson, Ralph ; Dibdin, Thomas Frognall
London. Printed by William Bulmer, for W. Miller. 1808.

A most pleasaunt and excellent conceited comedie, of Syr Iohn Falstaffe, and the merrie wiues of Windsor
Shakespeare, William
London. Printed by T[homas] C[reede] for Arthur Iohnson, and are to be sold at his shop in Powles Church-yard, at the signe of the Flower de Leuse and the Crowne. 1602. microfilm reel.

A most private intrigue
Rosten, Leo
Gollancz. 1967. 270p.,21cm.

A most promising weed: a history of tobacco farming and labor in colonial Zimbabwe, 1890-1945
Rubert, Steven C
Athens. Ohio University Center for International Studies. c1998. xvi, 255 p.

A most provoking girl: a tale of the best east coast
Black, Margaret Moyes
Edinburgh . Oliphant Anderson & Ferrier. [19--?].

A most relaxing Christmas
EMI. 2002. 1 compact disc.

A most remarkable fella: Frank Loesser and the guys and dolls in his life : a portrait by his daughter
Loesser, Susan
New York. D.I. Fine. c1993. p.

A most remarkable flying machine
Cleveland. NASA Spaceprints. (n.d). 1 videocassette.

A most romantic city
Gibbs, Mary Ann
Bolton-by-Bowland. Magna Print Books. 1978. 298p.

A most romantic city
Gibbs, Mary Ann
London. Hurst and Blackett. 1976. 184p.

A most romantic city
Gibbs, Mary Ann
Sevenoaks. Coronet. 1977. 157p.

A most royal park
Drinkwater, Ros
[6]p.

A most secret place: Boscombe Down 1939-45
Johnson, Brian ; Heffernan, Terry
London. Jane's. 1982. x,193p.,(32)p. of plates.

A most secret squadron: the story of no. 618 squadron and its special detachment, Royal Air Force
Curtis, D
Wimborne. Skitten Books. 1995. 202p.

A most special Easter egg
Kraft, Jim
Little Rooster. 1990. (28)p.

A most true and exact relation of that as honourable as unfortunate expedition of Kent, Essex, and Colchester
Carter, Matthew
(London). Printed in the yeere, 1650. (10), 214 p.

A most true & lamentable report of a great Tempest of haile which fell upon a Village in Kent called Stockbery ... the 19th day of June last past 1590
for Widow of T. Butter. 1590. 1 v.

A most true relation of the great and bloody battell fought by Capt. Hotham with 1000 foote, four troops of horse and two pieces of ordnance, Decemb. 3, against the Earl of New-castle, with 5000 foot, 600 horse and 5 pieces of ordnance, who were comming to relieve the E. of Cumberland that now lyes besieged in the city of York ... this battle was fought ... near Tollerton in Yorkshire
[London]. Printed for L. Wright. 1642. [6]p.

A most trve relation of the affaires ofCleve and Gvlick: as also of all what hath passed this last summer, since the most excellent and victorious Prince, Mavrice of Nassav, tooke the field with his armie, encamping before Rees in Cleueland, and the losse of Wesel, taken in bythe Margues Spinola, vnto the breaking vp of our armie in the beginning of December last past, 1614
Peacham, Henry
(Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1973). (43) p.

A M. O. study of the conformation of several ketones and aldehydes
Patel, Anil Babubhai
Uxbridge. Brunel University. 1976. 173p.

A most unique collection of the works and mamuscript writing of Charles Dibdin 1745-1814
72p. 27cm.

A most unlikely God: a philosophical enquiry into the nature of God
Miller, Barry
Notre Dame. University of Notre Dame Press. c1996. viii,175p.

A Most unsatisfactory customer
Manchester. Granada. 1986. Videorecording.

A most unsettling person: the life and ideas of Patrick Geddes, founding father of city planning and environmentalism
Kitchen, Paddy
(New York). Saturday Review Press. c1975. 351 p., (4) leaves of plates.

A most unsuitable bride
Whitiker, Gail
Richmond. Mills & Boon. 2004. 297 p.

A most unsuitable duchess
Mallin, Gail
Mills & Boon. 1990. 252p.

A most unsuitable wife
Leigh, Roberta
Richmond. Mills & Boon. 1990.

A most unusual governess
Grange, Amanda
Bath, England. Chivers Press. 2002. 286 p. (large print).

A most unusual governess
Grange, Amanda
London. Robert Hale. 2001. 220 p.

A most unusual lady
Grace, Janet
Mills & Boon. 1989. 253p.

A most unwarrantable intrusion: a comic interlude in one act
Morton, John Maddison
London. Thomas Hailes Lacy. [1849?].

A most useful machine at moderate cost: Stop Cylinder Press Type A
London. [ca. 1906].

Amos Tutuola
Collins, Harold R
New York. Twayne. c1969. 146p.

"A most vile people": early English historians on the Vikings
Page, R. I
London. Published for the (University) College by the Viking Society for Northern Research. c1987. 30p.

A most wondrous babble: American art composers, their music and the American scene, 1950-1985
Tawa, Nicholas E
New York . Greenwood. 1987. (296)p.

A most worthy speech of the truly honourable and worthy member of the House of Commons, Sir EdwardDeering, Knight and Baronet, spoken in Parliament, concerning the lyturgy of the Church of England, and for a nationall Synod
Dering, Edward
London. printed for John Franke. 1642.

A most worthy speech of the truly honourable and worthy member of the House of Commons, Sir EdwardDeering, Knight and Baronet, who was chosen Knight of the Shire for the county of Kent: spoken in the presence of the honourable House of Commons now present in Parliament, concerning the lyturgy of the Church of England, and for a Nationall Synod
Dering, Edward
London. printed for F. C. and T. B. 1641.

Amos und Jesaja: Abha˜ngigkeit und Eigensta˜ndigkeit des Jesaja
Fey, Reinhard
Neukirchen-Vluyn. NeukirchenerVerlag. 1963.

Amosu sho: kaisetsu
Ishijima, Kiyoshi
Tokyo. Nichi-Doku Shoin Kabushiki Kaisha. Showa 18 [1943]. 3, 7, 233 p.

Amos Wells' shop
Graham, Amanda ; Mardon, Daiman
FlindersPark, S. Australia. Era. 1994.

Amo-tamo klima se zubic
Mills, David ; Crouth, Julia
London. Mantra. 2003. [30] p.

A mote in Freud's eye: from psychoanalysis to the psychology of women
Lerman, Hannah
New York, NY. Springer Pub. Co. 1986.

A mote in heaven's eye: poems
Finkel, Donald
New York. Atheneum. 1975. 78 p.

A mother and two daughters
Godwin, Gail
London. Pan in association with Heinemann. 1983, c1982. 512p.

A mother and two daughters
Godwin, Gail
New York. VikingPress. 1982. 564 p.

Amotherby and Appleton le Street: monumental inscriptions
Beverley. East Yorkshire Family History Society. 2001.

A mother fights Hitler
Litten, Irmgard
London. Allen and Unwin. 1940. xii, 286 p., [1] leaf of plate.

A mother for Choco
Kasza, Keiko
Simon & Schuster. 1992. (32)p.

A mother for his child
Darcy, Lilian
Richmond. Mills & Boon. 2002. 187 p.

A mother for Jeffrey
Alexander, Trisha
Richmond. Silhouette Special Edition. 1999. 249 p.

A mother for Mollie
McMahon, Barbara
Richmond. Mills & Boon. 2000. 184p.

A mother gone bad: the hidden confession of JonBenet's killer
Hodges, Andrew G
Birmingham, Alabama. Village House Publishers. 1998. xv,240p.

A Mother Goose for antique collectors
Carrick, Alice van Leer ; Robinson, Kenneth Allen ; Taylor, Dwight
New York. Dover Publications. 1975. 64p.

A Mother Goose treasury
Greenaway, Kate
New York. Avenel Books. 59p.

A mother holds you by the heart: words for mothers from the 19th and20th century
Peters, Beryl
East Grinstead. Copper Beech. c1994. 64p.

A mother in history
Stafford, Jean
London. Chatto & Windus. 1966. 98p.,21cm.

A mother is born: preparing for motherhood during pregnancy
Leonhardt-Lupa, Merete
Westport, Conn. . Bergin & Garvey. 1995. ix, 155p.

A mother of Czars: a sketch of the life of Marie Feodorowna, wife of Paul I and mother of Alexander I and Nicholas I
Grant, Colquhoun
London. John Murray. 1905. xii,292p.

A mother of three: an original farce in three acts
Graves, Clotilde Inez Mary
London . Samuel French. [1896?].

A mother's advice to her absent daughters
Pennington, Sarah
New York . Garland. 1986. viii,136p.

A mother's advice to her daughter ; and, The wild daughter's undutiful reply: twohumorous Turkish poems, in the harem dialect of women, and in pentastich strophes, with recurrent chorus
Wasifi
[U.K.]. Privately printed. 1881.

A mother's appreciation of her sons and of the men of the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, (Lord Liverpool's Own)
M. L. G. G
Wellington, N.Z. Whitcombe & Tombs. 1919.

A mother's book of poems
Benton, Christine
Chicago. Contemporary Books. c1994. 156 p.

A mother's choice: to work or not while raising a family
Cook, Barbara Ensor
White Hall, Va. Betterway Publications. c1988. 190 p.

A mother's circle: wisdom and reassurance from other mothers on your first year with baby
Kunhardt, Jean ; Spiegel, Lisa ; Basile, Sandra K
New York. Avon Books. c1996. ix, 240 p.

A mother's duty
Sherwood
London. Houlston. 1846.

A mother's eye: motherhood and feminism
Roiphe, Anne Richardson
London. Virago. 1997. xi,260p.

A mother's gift: a novel
Spears, Britney ; Spears, Lynne
London. Boxtree. 2002. 226 p.

A mother's gift
Eagle, Kathleen ; Richards, Emilie ; Pickart, Joan Elliott
Richmond, Surrey. Silhouette. 2000. 378p.

A mother's goals in 'La Princesse de Cleves': worldly and spiritual distinction
Goode, William O

A mother's grave: and elegiac poem: (An offering of filial affection)
Smith, Thomas ; Ewart, Lavens Mathewson
Belfast (High Street). Printed by James Wilson. 1841. ii, 17p.