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Building for books: the architectural evolution of the Advocates' Library 1689-1925
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Building for childcare: making better buildings for the under-5s
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Building for comfort: natural shade, the ally of the builder in warm climates
Watford. Building Research Establishment. 1974.

Building for communities: a study of new housing association estates
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Building for earthquakes
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Building for education in Staffordshire,1950-1963
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Building for education - looking forward: RIBA conference, 1968, Cambridge, 26-19June
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Building for energy conservation
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Building for everyone: the disabled and the built environment in Sweden
Beckman, Mats
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Building for food storage and direct feeding of cattle
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Building for gardens:decks,pergolas,gazebos,play structures, fences
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Building for government: the architecture of state buildings : OPW: Ireland 1999-2000
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Building for growth: the way ahead
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Building for health: a premises manual for general practice
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Building for health: the work of the Interim Commission of the World Health Organization
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Building for health
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Building for immunity: housing people with HIV disease and AIDS
Yates, Chris
London. National Federation of Housing Associations. 1991. vii,78p.

Building for industry
Ackermann, Kurt ; Aicher, Otl ; Lambot, Ian
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Building for industry and commerce: clients guide
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Building for kids and adventurous adults
Archer, John
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Building for learning: third-level educational buildings in Ireland
O'Regan, John
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Building for leisure: [proceedings of a] conference [held at the University of Nottingham] 20-21 March 1976
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Building for leisure: a long-term planning strategy for recreational facilities provision in the London Borough ofGreenwich
London. London Borough of Greenwich. 1977.

Building for life: young people and their partners share their self build experiences
Chatrik, Balbir ; Maclagan, Ianthe ; McGettigan, Anna ; Warburg, Annabel
London. Community Self Build Agency. 1996. 36p.

Building for life: an exhibition of the work of our primary schools organised by the National Union of Teachers
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Building for modern man: a symposium
Creighton, Thomas Hawk
Freeport, N.Y. Books for Libraries Press. (1969, c1949). xv, 219 p.

Building for modern man: a symposium
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Building forms in a tropical area: Nigeria
Portch, Jeremy
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Building for old people: an exhibition of photographs and drawings of recent buildings for old people in Britain
Steele, Gordon ; Hodges, Gwen
London. Building Centre Trust. 1966. 37p.

Building for our future: the housing problems of elderly people, a prescription for change
Gray, Muir
Mitcham. Age Concern. 1977.

Building for people: freeway and downtown, new frameworks for modern needs
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Building for people: behavioural research : approaches and directions
Rubin, Arthur I ; Elder, Jacqueline
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Building for people: BASA second report on architectural education
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Building for people in hospitals: workers and consumers
Moran, Rosalyn ; Anderson, Robert ; Paoli, Pascal
Luxembourg. Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. 1990. xii,235p.

Building for recreation: report of the conference held at Royal Institute of British Architects, London on 17th/18th May 1973
London. Sports Council. 1973.

Building for safety compendium: an annotated bibliography and information directory for safe building
Clayton, Andrew ; Davis, Ian
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Building for sale
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Building for school and community
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Building for school and community: policies and strategies
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Building for science: a laboratory design guide
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Building for sick,handicapped and old people
Stuttgart. Karl Kramer Verlag. 1972.

Building for success: schools and colleges in the 1980s
London. H.M.S.O. 1987. 21p.

Building for success in the earth sciences: the second report of the Earth Sciences Review
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Building for Sure Start: a client guide : integrated provision for the under-fives
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Building for sustainable development: a nuts and bolts approach : Conference C74 of the Solar Energy Society, Royal Institute of British Architects, 26 May 2000
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Building for the 1990's
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Building for the 21st century: Proceedings of the fifthEast Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction
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Building for the 21st century: energy & the environment
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Building for the aged
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Santa Fe, N.M. Western States Arts Federation. 1989. 262 p.

Building for thearts: a guidebook for the planning & design of cultural facilities
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Building for the arts: celebrating 10 years of Lottery funding
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Building for the environment: an environmental good practice checklist for construction and development industries
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Building for the future
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Building for the future: the story of the baptists in Sparkbrook
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Building for the future: a handbook for branches
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Cardiff. Sports Council for Wales. 1997.

Building for the future: careers information
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Building for the future: equal opportunities for under-fives through play in groups
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Building for the future: story of the N A S
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Building for the future: the story of the National Association of Schoolmasters
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Building for the future
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Building for the people
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Building for the Victorians
Cunningham, Colin
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Barber, Nicola
London. Cloverleaf. 1992. 45p.

Building for tomorrow: putting waste to work
Pawley, Martin
San Francisco. Sierra Club Books. c1982. 192 p.

Building for tomorrow: the Aga Khan Award for Architecture
Nanji, Azim A
London. Academy Editions. 1994. 128p.

Building for tomorrow: Housing investment, construction and employment
London. Association of Metropolitan Authorities. 1982. v, 26 p.

Building for tomorrow: a pictorial history of the Protestant church in Nigeria
Lagos. Christian Council of Nigeria. 1960. 35 p.

Building for tomorrow: global enterprise and the U.S. construction industry
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Building for tourism: an examination of the construction work derived from tourism leisure and recreation
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Building for tourism, leisure, and recreation: an examination of the opportunities available to the construction industry in the tourism, leisure, and recreation sectors
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Building for warm climates
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Building for warm climates
Watford. B.R.E. 1976.

Building for women
Keller, Suzanne
Ann Arbor, Michigan. UMI Books on Demand. c1981. A5 facsimile.

Building for women
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Building for worship: Biblical principles in church design
Smalley, Stephen Stewart
London. Hodder and Stoughton. 1967. 95p.,18cm.

Building for worship, Biblical principles in church design
Smalley, Stephen S
London. Hodder & Stoughton. (1967). 95 p.

Building for worship to-day
(London. 1965). 61 p.

Building for young children: a practical guide to planning, design and building the perfect space
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The Building (fourth amendment) Regulations 1985: access and facilities inbuildings for the benefit of disabled people
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Building free-form furniture
Durney, Charles W
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London. Brook Advisory Centres Education & Publications Unit. 1994. 192p.

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Hemel Hempstead. Nexus Special Interests, 1995. 63p.

Building from the bottom: the Sheffield experience
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London. Fabian Society. 1983. 27p.

Building function and location study, 1989
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The building fund: a play in three acts
Boyle, William
Dublin. Maunsel. 1905. 49 p.

Building fund appeal, 1955
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Building future geographies of financial inclusion?: credit unions and Community development in Britain
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Building futures: a report on the future organisation of the building process
Atkin, Brian ; Pothecary, Ellen
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Building futures: a layman's guide to the inner city debate
Boyle, David
London. W.H. Allen. 1989. 210 p.

Building futures: can local employment be created from housing expenditure?
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Bristol. SAUS Publications, in association with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. 1995. 53p.

Building futures today
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Building garden furniture: more than 30 beautiful outdoor projects
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Building geographic literacy: an interactive approach
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Englewood Cliffs, NJ. Prentice-Hall. c1995. viii,234p.

Building geographic literacy: an interactive approach
Stansfield, Charles A
Upper Saddle River, N.J. Prentice Hall. c1998. x,242p.

Building geometry
Greenhalgh, Richard
London. Pitman & Sons. 1931.

Building German airpower, 1909-1914
Morrow, John H
Knoxville. University of Tennessee Press. c1976. ix, 150 p.

Building God's house in the Roman world: architectural adaptation among pagans, Jews, and Christians
White, L. Michael
Baltimore, Md. Published for the American Schools of Oriental Research byJohns Hopkins University Press. c1990. xv,211p.

Building God's people in a materialistic society
Westerhoff, John H
New York. Seabury Press. c1983. p. cm.

Building good families in a changing world
Porter, Elisabeth J
Melbourne. Melbourne University Press. 1995. vii,211p.