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A procedural guide for USM companies
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A procedural manual for entry establishment in the Dictionary of the Old Spanish language
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A procedure for characterising river channels
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A procedure for commissioning variable air volume systems
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A processing method to aid the development of efficient batch manufacturing
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A procession of Lancashire martyrs and confessors
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A procession of prayers: prayers and meditations from around the world
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A procession of saints
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A procession with carols on Advent Sunday
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A proclamation by His Highness and theParliament: Whereas the knights, citizens, and burgesses of the Parliament ... have presented their desires unto His Highness Oliver Lord Protector, that he would ... exercise the office of chief magistrate of these nations ... His Highness ... and the Parliament ...charge ... all ... persons ... to ... submit ... unto the government so established ... Given at Westminster the 26. day of June 1657
London. Printed by Henry Hills and John Field, printers to His Highness. 1657. Broadside.

A proclamation commanding all cashiered officers and soldiers, and other persons that cannot give a good account for their being here, to depart out of the cities of London and Westminster... this 17th day of December... 1660
London. by John Bill. 1660.

A proclamation commanding persons of qualitie to reside in their countreys
James
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A proclamation concerning the times of holding this summer assizes... the three and twentieth day of July... 1660
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A proclamation declaring His Maiesties pleasure in the incorporating of the tradesmen and artificers inhabiting within three miles of the citie of London
Charles
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A proclamation declaring His Majesties pleasure concerning the dissolving of the present Convention of Parliament
London. printed by Bonham Norton and John Bill. 1621.

A proclamation declaring the cessation of hostility, and preserving an entire amity between His Majesty, and the King of Spain... the 10/20 day of September... 1660
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A proclamation declaring the confirmation of the treaties, and continuance of the amity and commerce between the Crowns of England and Portugal... the sixth day of October... 1660
London. by John Bill and Christopher Barker. 1660. 37cm.

A proclamation discharging forraign copper-coyn to be imported or made use of in this kingdom
London. 1686. 1 sheet.

A proclamation forbidding all levies of forces without His Majesties expresse pleasure, signified under his great seale, and eall contributions or assistance to any such levies: also the Lord all contributions or assistance to any such levies : also the Lord Mayor's letter to the King
Charles
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A proclamation for quieting possessions... the first day of June... 1660
London. by John Bill and Christopher Barker. 1660.

A proclamation for recalling of commissions at sea... the fifteenth of June... 1660
London. by John Bill and Christopher Barker. 1660.

A proclamation for reformation, published and commanded...by... Philip the fourth, King of Spain &c. for the government of his Kingdomes
London. for Nathaniell Butter, Nicholas Bourne and Thomas Archer. 1623.

A proclamation for restoring and discovering His Majesties goods... the fourteenth day of August... 1660
London. by John Bill and Christopher Barker. 1660.

A proclamation for setting apart a day of solemn and publick thanksgiving throughout the whole kingdom... the fifth day of June... 1660
London. by Christopher Barker and John Bill. 1660.

A proclamation for speeding the payment of the arrearsof seventy thousand pounds for three moneths assessments, due and payable the first of August last past... the 26th day of September... 1660
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A proclamation for the encouragement of piety and virtue: and for the preventing and punishing of vice, prophaneness, and immorality
George
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A proclamation for tryall of the King: With the proceedings of the High Court of Justice against him. Also an Act of the House of Commons for further prosecution against the King
Charles
London. Printed by Robert Ibbitson. 1648 (i.e. 1649). 6 p.

A proclamation made by the high and mighty Fredericke by the grace of God King of Bohemia, &c: Commanding all those his subiects which are now in the seruice of his majesties enemies, to repaire home within the space of 14. dayes, vpon paine of his highnes displeasure, and confiscation of goods and lands. Translated out of the Dutch coppie
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A proclamation of His Excellency Tho. L. Fairfax, L. Gen. requiring all persons who have engaged for the King in the first or latter warres now in London to depart the city and ten miles distant therefrom, within twenty foure houres after the publication hereof: with a petition of the officers and souldiers together with thewel-affected inhabitants of the Isle of Weight, Portsmouth and Hurst
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
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A proclamation of His Highness concerning a cessation of all acts of hostility between the Commonwealth of England: and that of the United Provinces
Cromwell, Oliver
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A proclamation of His Majesty the King of Spaine. For the conservation of thecontrabando, revocation of the permissions, prohibition of the use of the merchandises, and fruits of the realms of France, England, and Portugal; and reformation of vestures, and apparel, and other things
London. printed by G. Dawson, for Iohn Sweeting. 1657.

A proclamation of ... Tho. L. Fairfax, L. Gen. requiring all persons who have engaged for the King in the first or latter warres now in London, to depart the city, and ten miles distant therefrom, within twenty foure houres: With a petition of the officers and souldiers, together with the wel-affected inhabitants in theisle of Weight, Portsmouth, and Hurst
Fairfax, Thomas Fairfax
London. T. Turner. 1649. 6 p.

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Hampton, William
London. Printed by Iohn Norton for Mathew Lawe. 1627.

A proclamation prohibiting all unlawful and seditious meetings and conventicles under pretence of religious worship... the tenth of January... 1660
London. by John Bill. 1660.

A proclamation prohibiting the seizing of any persons,or searching houses without warrant, except in time of actual insurrections... the seventeenth day of January,... 1660
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Castries. Government Printer. 1929. 1 sheet.

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Rio de Janeiro. Editora Codecri. 1982.

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Storey, David
Harmondsworth. Penguin. 1984, c1982. 319p.

A prodigal child
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University Park, Pa. Pennsylvania State University Press. 2000. xiii, 376 p.

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New York. Food Products Press. c1997. xi, 244 p.

A product and its people
Leigh-Bennett, E. P
London. Gestetner. 1930. 27p.

A product design through the engineering analysis of its end use: an approach and a case history
The Society. 1967. 51p.

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A product index for energy conservation
London. Building Centre. 1979.

A production: being thirty-two collotype plates of designs projected or realised for The pretenders of Henrik Ibsen, and produced at the Royal Theatre, Copenhagen, 1926
Craig, Edward Gordon ; Ibsen, Henrik
London. Oxford University Press. 1930.

A production - distribution system simulation model
Butler, Ashley F. G
Dublin. University College Dublin. 1994. 68p.

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