A voice for the excluded: popular participation in development : utopia or necessity?
Stiefel, M ; Wolfe, Marshall
London. Zed in association with the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development. 1994. xviii, 265 p.

A voice for the theatre
Hill, Harry ; Barton, Robert
New York . Holt, Rinehart and Winston. c1985. ix,270p.

A voice for those bereaved by suicide
McCarthy, Sarah
Dublin. Veritas. 2001. 102 p.

A voice for Wales in Europe = Llais I Gymru yn Ewrop: 1984 European election manifesto = maniffesto etholiad Ewropeaidd 1984
Aberystwyth. Plaid Cymru. 1984.

A voice for wildlife
Scheffer, Victor Blanchard
New York. Scribner. 1974.

A voice for women: the women's department of the World Council of Churches
Herzel, Susannah
Geneva. World Council of Churches. 1981. viii, 197 p.

A voice from a debtor's prison
Porter, Daniel Greenaway
London. Stevenson. 1857. 12 p.

A voice from afar: the history of telecommunications in Canada
Collins, Robert
McGraw-Hill Ryerson. 1977.

A voice from China
John, Griffith
London. James Clarke & Co. 1907. 271 p., [2] leaves of plates.

A voice from Donegal and other poems
Old Dulwichian

A voice from Germany: speeches
Weizsa˜cker, Richard von
London. Weidenfeld and Nicolson. c1986. 112p.

A voice from heaven
Sturmheit, Jane
Jersey. Guild Music. 1997. 1 compact disc.

A voice from India
Fernandes, Angelo
Pinner. Catholic Information Office. [1974].

A voice from India: in answer to the reformers of England
Seely, John B
London. Whittaker. 1824. xiii, 239 p.

A voice from India to the men of Manchester
Manchester man
Manchester. Joseph Pratt; sold by John Heywood [and others]. 1858. 15 p.

A voice from Ireland on the Home Rule Bill: speeches delivered and resolutions and petition adopted at a special General Synod of the Church of Ireland,holden in Dublin on 14th March, 1893
Dublin. Offices of the Daily Express. [1893].

A voice from many lands: or the missionary enterprize
Bunn, Henry
Bath. [s.n.]. [1852].

A voice from Palace yard!: Addressed to Sir Robert Peel and members of both Houses of Parliament
Canning, George ; Murphy, Francis Stack
London. Wilson. (1844). 24 p.

A voice from the attic: essays on the art of reading
Davies, Robertson
New York. Viking Press. 1972.

A voice from the cell
Montalto, Saverio
Hutchinson. 1960. 127p.,21cm.

A voice from the chorus
Terts, Abram ; Hayward, Max
New Haven . Yale University Press. 1995. xxvii, 328p.

A voice from the chorus
Terts, Abram
London. Quartet. 1994. xxiii, 328p.

A voice from the Church, or, a sermon (with a few notes and amplifications) on Church reform: preached at St.Nicholas's, Warwick, August 19, 1832
Wade, Arthur Savage
London. James Ridgway. 1832.

A voice from the Commons April 23, 1836; May 1, 1836; May 8, 1836; May 15, 1836; May 22, 1836; May 28, 1836
Wakley, Thomas
London. G. Churchill. 1836.

A voice from the crowd
Pepper, George Wharton
New Haven. Yale University Press. 1915. 207p.

A voice from the dead
Copper, Basil
London. Hale. 1974. 187p.

A voice from the dumb: a memoir of John William Lashford, late a pupil in the Brighton and Sussex Institution for the Deaf andDumb
Sleight, William
London. Hamilton, Adams. 1848.

A voice from the factories
Norton, Caroline
Oxford. Woodstock Books. 1994. 40p.

A voice from the forest: memoirs of a Jewish partisan
Kohn, Nahum ; Roiter, Howard
New York. Holocaust Library. c1980. 255 p., (8) p. of plates.

A voice from the main deck: being a record of the thirty years adventures of Samuel Leech
Leech, Samuel
London. Chatham. 1999. 174 p.

A voice from the mash-tun: being a dissertation on the recently discovered principles ofsaccharification in the mash-tun of the common brewery, by the improved modern process, founded on the unerring doctrines of philosophy : with a description of the patent apparatus, and analysis of the refined and increased extract, producedby its action in the mash, old and new brewing specimens, and a comparison of profits
Tizard, William Littell
London. sold by the author. 1845. 71 p.

A voice from the mission field, in response to a voice from Heaven: A small tribute to the memory of William Stokes, (Late Missionary, Dundalk). A funeral sermon
Ramsey, John ; Dix, Ernest Reginald McClintock
Belfast (10, Arthur Square). Printed by D. Allen. 1859. iv, 24p.

A voice from the motherland: answering Mrs. H. Beecher Stowe's appeal
Civis Anglicus
London. Tru˜bner and Co. 1863. 2 p. l., 46p.

A voice from the Nile, and other poems
Thomson, James
London. Reeves and Turner. 1884. xlix,263p.

A voice from the North to the Orangemen of Ireland
Belfast. Stuart & Gregg. 1835. 26p.

A voice from the pit: reminiscences of an orchestral musician
Savage, Richard Temple
Newton Abbot. David & Charles. 1988. (176)p.

A voice from the Protestants of Ireland to the Rev. Tresham Dames Gregg, the faithful and intrepid defender of Protestant truth and liberty: A poem, with an appendix, containing the Rev. T. D. Gregg's speeches at three public meetings of the citizens of Dublin : and other documents
Gregg, T. D
Dublin. Published by Samuel B. Oldham. 1846. 72p.

A voice from thesouth
Cooper, Anna Julia ; Black Woman of the South
New York. Negro Universities Press. (1969). iii, 10-304 p.

A voice from the south
Cooper, Anna Julia
New York . Oxford University Press. 1988. liv,304p.

A voice from the tomb: seriously addressed to all Etonians who revere the memory of the founder
Hackett, Maria
(London. printed by Nichols. 1868). 8 l.

A voice from the town, and other poems
Rogerson, John Bolton
London. Thomas Miller. 1842. xii, 193p.

A voice from the trees and other poems
Frogley, C. H
A.C. Fifield. 1915.

A voice from the wings
Hallinan, Nancy
London. Hodder & Stoughton. 1966.

A voice from the working-classes: in a letter to Lord Palmerston on a reform in the representation of the people in Parliament
Palmerston, Henry John Temple
Edinburgh. W. Innes. [185?]. 15p.

A voice from Waterloo: a history of the battle fought on the 18th June, 1815, with a selection from the Wellington dispatches, general orders and letters relating to the battle
Cotton, Edward
Mont-St.-Jean. Printed for the author. 1852. xix, (1), 278 p.

A voice from Wellclose Square, or, A brief narrative of facts concerning the British and Foreign Seamen and Soldier's Friend Society: containing a complete exposure of the conduct of the Rev. G.C. Smith
Mead, Joseph ; Smith, George Charles
London. The Author. 1831. 68 p.

A voice in the city: worship for urban people
Hobson, Peter
Warwick. CPAS. 1993. 96p.

A voice in the city
Read, Gordon ; Jebson, David
Liverpool (Jubilee Drive, Liverpool L7 8SN). Liverpool City Mission. (1980). 192p.,xxiv p. of plates.

A voice in the dark
Lorrimer, Claire ; Franklyn, Judith
Leicester. Soundings. 1993. 6 cassettes.

A voice in the dark
Lorrimer, Claire
Leicester. Ulverscroft. 1991. (381)p.,(large print).

A voice in the dark
Lorrimer, Claire
London. Corgi. 1977. 171p.

A voice in the dark
Lorrimer, Claire
Sutton. Severn House. 1993. (224)p.

A voice in the dark
Lorrimer, Claire
Century. 1985. 221p.

A voice in the dark
Lorrimer, Claire
Souvenir P. 1967. 252p.,21cm.

A voice in the dark
Metcalfe, Josie
Richmond. Mills &Boon. 1995. 187p.

A voice in the darkness
Bennetts, Pamela
London. Hale. 1977. 189p.

A voice in the darkness
JAMES, Margaret
Boston, Ma. G.K. Hall and Co. 1979. 291p.

A voice in the dusk
Gibbs, Cecil Armstrong
London. Winthrop Rogers. 1938.

A voice in the dusk: poems
Irvine, John
Belfast. Quota Press. 1932. 45 p. (incl. plate).

A voice in the fog
Mackie, Mary
Leicester. Ulverscroft. 1992. (288)p.

A voice in the fog
Mackie, Mary
London. Hale. 1977. 189p.

A voice in the land: essays by and about Rudy Wiebe
Wiebe, Rudy ; Keith, W. J
Edmonton. NeWest Press. 1981.

A voice in the mountain: poems
Davison, Peter
New York. Atheneum. 1977. 61p.

A voice in the night
Trease, Geoffrey ; Silcock, Sara
London. Heinemann. 1973. (3),37p.

A Voice In the Night
Wright, Bob
Novato,California. High Noon Books. 1983. 44p.

A voice in the wilderness: an autobiography
Drabble, Phil
London. Pelham. 1991. 224p.

A voice in the wilderness: an autobiography
Drabble, Phil
Oxford. Clio Press. 1992. 243p.

A voice in the wilderness: further teachings from Silver Birch
Ortzen, Tony
London. Psychic Press. 199.

A voice in the wind
Rivers, Francine
Wheaton, Ill. Tyndale House. c1993. 514 p.

A voice is calling
Hegarty, Mary
London. ASV. 1994. 1 compact disc.

A voice locked in stone
Pavlovic, Miodrag
Toronto. Exile Editions. 1985. 107 p.

A voice of her own
Metro Manila. Asian Development Bank. 1997. 1 Videocassette (23 min.).

A voice of insurgency
Cavanagh, Maeve
[Dublin?]. printed for the author. 1917. 59,[3]p.

A voice ofone's own: conversations with America's writing women
Pearlman, Mickey ; Henderson, Katherine Usher
Boston. Houghton Mifflin. 1992. 259p.

A voice of our own: now and in the future, report of the People First International Conference, London, England, 3-10 September 1988
Wertheimer, Alison
London. People First. [1989].

A voice of protest: Norwegians in American politics, 1890-1917
Wefald, Jon
Northfield, Minn. Norwegian-American Historical Association. 1971. 94 p.

A voice of reason: Hanan Ashrawi and peace in the Middle East
Victor, Barbara
San Diego . Harcourt Brace. c1994. xxiv,310p.,(16)p. of plates.

A voice of reform
Zaslavskaya, T. I ; Yanowitch, Murray
Armonk, N.Y. . Sharpe. c1989. xix,191p.

A voice of singing: thirty-six new hymns 1988-1992 : written since the publication of "Songs of deliverance"
Dudley-Smith, Timothy
Hodder & Stoughton. 1993. 93p.

A voice of their own?: gender and ideology in working class movements 1800 - 1918
Woodcock, Carmel Veronica

A Voice of their own
Samaan, Angele Botros
Egypt. Foreign Cultural Information Department. 1994. 300p.

A Voice of their own: the woman suffrage press, 1840-1910
Solomon, Martha M
Tuscaloosa . University of Alabama Press. 1991.

A voice of thunder: the Civil War letters of George E. Stephens
Stephens, George E ; Yacovone, Donald
Urbana. University of Illinois Press. c1997. xxi, 350p.

A voice of verse: (101 poems)
Konwea, Fred Okonicha
Benin City, Nigeria. Fred Okonicha Konwea. 1975.

A voice of warning and instruction to all people
Pratt, P. P
Liverpool. 1889.

A voice of your own: bring out the best in your voice
Rodenburg, Patsy
Norwich. Vanguard. 1994. 1 videocassette (73 min.).

A voice of your own
Rodenburg, Patsy
[New York, NY]. Applause. 1999. 1 videocassette (ca. 70 min.).

A voice so pure, a vision so clear: responses to the life of Paul Robeson
Cope, Phil
Swansea. Paul Robeson Wales Trust. 2002. 144p.

A voice that spoke for justice: the life and times of Stephen S. Wise
Urofsky, Melvin I
Albany. State University of New York Press. 1981. p. cm.

A voice through a cloud
Welch, Denton
Harmondsworth. Penguin. 1983. 231p.

A voice through a cloud
Welch, Denton
London. Faber. 1966.

A voice through the clouds
Welch, Denton
London. Faber. 1966.

A voice to remember
Kishore, Kumar
Music India. 1 compact disc.

A voice to remember: the sounds of 75 years on EMI records 1898-1973
EMI. 2 discs.

A voice to the city: or, a loud cry from Heaven to London ... the second part
W., C
London. 1665. 15 p.

A voice to the working classes; or, Who are their oppressors?
Wight, William
Harbury, Warwickshire. Model Printing and Binding Factory. 1852.

A voice within: three women poets - Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Emily Dickinson,Christina Rossetti
Moore, Geoffrey ; Porter, Peter ; Browning, Elizabeth Barrett ; Dickinson, Emily ; Rossetti, Christina
London. Aurum Press. 1993. (64)p.

A void
Perec, Georges ; Adair, Gilbert
London. Harvill. 1994. xi,284p.

Avoidable death: survival and common-sense
Mansfield, J
Cassell. 1970.

The avoidance and management of latex glove allergy: a practical teaching package for occupational health services
[London]. [RCN]. [199?]. loose-leaf + transparancies.

Avoidance defined: the psychology of linguistic determinism and the ontology of cognitive predeterminism
El-Marzouk, Ghiath
Dublin. Trinity College Dublin, Centre for Language and Communication Studies. 1998. 74p.

The avoidance of catastrophe: two nineteenth century banking crises
Batchelor, R. A
City University. 1983.

Avoidance of cavitation damage: principles, methods of test, applications, experience
Tillner, Wolfgang ; Bartz, Wilfried J
Expert Verlag. 1993. xiii,267p.

Avoidance of condensation in roofs
Cornish, J. P ; Hendry, I. W. L
Watford. Building Research Establishment. 1975. 6p.

Avoidance of corrosion during chemical cleaning of plant
London. Department of Industry. 1982.

The avoidance of cracking in masonry constructionof concrete or sand-lime bricks
H.M.S.O. 1956. 4p.,25cm.

Avoidance of danger from overhead electric lines
London. HMSO. 1977.

Avoidance of electrical hazards in construction
Salisbury, A
Ascot. Chartered Institute of Building. 1983.

The avoidance of excessive fatigue in aircrews: requirements document
London. C.A.A. 1975. (2),18p.

Avoidance of failures in fabrication and service: lectures delivered at the autumn course held jointly by the Institution of MechanicalEngineers and the Metals and Metallurgy Trust of the Institution of Metallurgists and the Institute of Metals in association with the Iron and Steel Institute
Baker, W. A
London. Iliffe for the organisingsocieties. 1970. 5,152p.

The avoidance of literature: collected essays
Sisson, C H ; Schmidt, Michael
Manchester. Carcanet. 1978.

Avoidance of strongly chaotropic eluents for immunoaffinity chromatography by selective chemical modificationof immobilized ligand
Imam, Ashraf
1975. 1 v.

Avoidance of thermal strain
Goesch, William H
Paris. Agard. 1966.

Avoidance-response to the risk environment
Golant, Stephen ; Burton, Ian
[Toronto]. [Department of Geography, University Of Toronto]. 1969.

Avoiding accidents and injury at work
London. Fire Protection Association. 2000. 1 videocassette (22 min.).

Avoiding adversity: how insiders and outsiders can detect and avoid business failure
Houston, Bill
Newton Abbot. David & Charles. 1989. (192)p.

Avoiding alienation: an investigation of the management strategy employed by one secondary school to improvepupil attitudes
Murphy, Geraldine P
(s.l. The Author). 1988.

Avoiding and managing environmental damage from major industrial accidents (Conference) 1985, Vancouver: Proceedings
Air Pollution Control Association. 1986.

Avoiding and treating musculoskeletal injuries
Ipswich. Boulton-Hawker Films. 1994.

Avoiding Armageddon: Canadian military strategy and nuclear weapons, 1950-63
Richter, Andrew
Vancouver. UBC Press. 2002. ix, 214 p.

Avoiding armageddon: our future, our choice : companion to the PBS series from Ted Turner Documentaries
Schram, Martin
New York . Basic Books. c2003. xi, 356 p., [8] p. of plates.

Avoiding bankruptcy: a study of individual voluntary arrangements
Pond, Keith
Loughborough University of Technology, Banking Centre. 1988.

Avoiding caustic stress corrosion cracking of carbon steel refinery equipment and piping
Houston. NACE. 2003.

Avoiding claims: a practical guide for the construction industry
Coombes Davies, M
London. E & F. N. Spon. 1989. viii,248p.

Avoiding claims in building contracts
Lord-Smith, Peter J
Oxford. Butterworth Heinemann, in association with Kennedys. 1994. 181p.

Avoiding claims in building design: risk management in practice
Taylor, Malcolm
Oxford. Blackwell Science. 2000. xv, 288 p.

Avoiding communication: shyness, reticence and communication apprehension
Daly, John A ; McCroskey, James C
Beverley Hills . Sage. c1984. 296p.

Avoiding communication: shyness, reticence, and communication apprehension
Daly, John A
Cresskill, N.J. Hampton Press. c1997. xiv, 510 p.