Changing the past
Berger, Thomas
Weidenfeld and Nicolson. 1990. 385p.

Changing the pattern of the school year: information and guidance to members
London. ATL. 1999. [10]p.

Changing the police and policing the change
Keith, Beverley A
[s.l.]. typescript. 1993.

Changing the powers that be: how the Left can stop losing and win
Domhoff, G. William
Lanham, Md. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers. 2003. viii, 143p.

Changing the Pretorian guard
London. BBC. 1994. 1 videocassette (45 min.).

Changing the problem: post-forum reflections
Murphy, Dervla
Mullingar. Lilliput Press. 1984. 36p.

Changing the profile of an annular beam by aperturing its diffraction pattern
Selden, A C
Abingdon, Oxon. Culham Laboratory. 1979. 11, (2)p. of plates.

Changing the properties
London. BBC Worldwide Ltd. 199-?. 1 videocassette.

Changing the public health
Chichester. Wiley. c1989. xxi,199p.

Changing the racial attitudes of children: the effects of an activity group program in New York City schools
Trubowitz, Julius
New York . Praeger. 1969. xxi,229p.

Changing the record
Milton Keynes. Open University. 1975. Videorecording.

Changing the rights of way network: a discussion paper
Cheltenham. Countryside Commission. 1988.

Changing the rights of way network: our consultations : reponses to the discussion paper
Cheltenham. Countryside Commission. 1989.

Changing the rules: economic consequences of the Thatcher regime
Buiter, Willem H
1983.

Changing the rules: psychology in the Netherlands 1900-1985
Dehue, Trudy
Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 1995. ix, 204p.

Changing the rules: a framework for examining government and company responses to '1992'
Shipman, Alan ; Mayes, David G
London. National Institute of Economic and Social Research. [1990?].

Changing the rules: the politics of liberalization and the urban informal economy in Tanzania
Tripp, Aili Mari
Berkeley. University of California Press. 1997. xxii, 260p.

Changing the rules
Wilkins, Gina
Mills & Boon. 1990. 218p.

Changing the rules: technological change, international competition, and regulation in communications
Crandall, Robert W ; Flamm, Kenneth
Washington, D.C. Brookings Institution. c1989. 424p.

Changing the rules: the Volunteer Centre's comments on the social security review - programme for change
Berkhamsted. Volunteer Centre. (1985).

Changing the rules: women, girls and sport
Cardiff. Policy Planning Section, Sports Council for Wales. 1995.

Changing the rules: women, girls and sport = Newid y rheolau : merched, genethod a chwaraeon
Sports Council for Wales. 1995.

Changing the rules:Women,Girls and Sport
Sports council for Wales
Cardiff. Sports council for Wales. 1995.

Changing the school culture
Dalin, Per ; Rolff, Hans-Gu˜nter ; Kleekamp, Bab
London. Cassell. 1993. x,191p.

Changing the self: philosophies, techniques, and experiences
Brinthaupt, Thomas M ; Lipka, Richard P
Albany. State University of New York Press. c1994. ix, 373 p.

Changing the shape of local government: the continuing controversy
London. Association of County Councils. 1992. 20 p.

Changing the social impacts of Videotex: new designs and markets
Bruce, Margaret
Milton Keynes. Open University, Design Innovation Group. 1984. 8p.

Changing the story: feminist fiction and the tradition
Greene, Gayle
Bloomington. Indiana University Press. c1991. xi,302p.

Changing the structure and functioning of an organization
Seashore, S. E ; Bowers, D. G
Michigan U.P. 1963.

Changing the subject: women's discourses and feminist theology
Fulkerson, Mary McClintock
Minneapolis. Fortress Press. c1994. 412p.

Changing the subject: Mary Wroth and figurations of gender in early modern England
Miller, Naomi J
Lexington, KY. University Press of Kentucky. 1996. xi, 279 p.

Changing the subject: the impact of national policy on school geography 1980-2000
Rawling, Eleanor
Sheffield. Geographical Association. 2001. 208 p.

Changing the subject
Satyamurti, Carole
Oxford. Oxford University Press. 1990. (64)p.

Changing the subject: women in higher education
Davies, Sue ; Lubelska, Cathy ; Quinn, Jocey
London. Taylor & Francis. 1994. vi,215p.

Changing the subject: psychology, social regulation and subjectivity
Henriques, Julian
London. Methuen. 1984. 352p.

Changing the subject
Bristol. Bristol LTP. 1987.

Changing the system: political advocacy for disadvantaged groups
Dluhy, Milan J
Beverly Hills . Published in cooperation with the Continuing Education Program inthe Human Services of the University of Michigan School of Social Work (by) Sage. c1981. 117p.

Changing the System
Wolff, Christian ; Hayden, Tom
New York. Peters. 1973.

Changing the system: political and constitutional reform, some options and difficulties
Horne, Donald
Bedford Park, S. Aust. Australasian Political Studies Association. c1981. 44 p.

Changing the system?: artists talk about their practice : a discussion event in Rotterdam, April 1999
Nacking, Asa
Helsinki. NIFCA. 1999. 95 p.

Changing the system: up, down or sideways?
Library Association, University, College & Research Section. 1993. 55p.

Changing the system - via the auditorium: a study of Howard Brenton's theatre of opposition
Davies, Alan Scott
Birmingham. University of Birmingham. 1980.

Changing the terms: translating in the postcolonial era
Simon, Sherry ; St-Pierre, Paul
Ottawa. University of Ottawa Press. 2000.

Changing the "Times": Irish women journalists 1969-1981
Gillespie, Elgy
Dublin. Lilliput Press. 2003. 250 p.

Changing the United States commitment to gold
Birnbaum, Eugene A
Princeton, N.J. International Finance Section, Department of Economics, Princeton University. 1967. 30p.

Changing the village
Bristol. BBC. 1996. 1 videocassette (40 min.).

Changing the way America farms: knowledge and community in the sustainable agriculture movement
Hassanein, Neva
Lincoln . University of Nebraska Press. c1999. xii, 216 p.

Changing the ways we work: shaping the ICT-solutions for the next century : proceedings of the Conference on Integration in Manufacturing Go˜teborg, Sweden, 6-8 October 1998
Martensson, N ; Mackay, R ; Bjo˜rgvinsson, S
Amsterdam. IOS Press. c1998. xiii,817p.

Changing the way we change: gaining control of major operational change
LaMarsh, Jeanenne
Reading, Mass. . Addison-Wesley Pub. Co. c1995. xix, 207 p.

Changing the way we look at waste: A summary of the solid waste strategy
Jersey. States of Jersey. 2005.

Changing the way we prepare educational leaders: the Danforth experience
Milstein, Mike M
Newbury Park, CA. Corwin Press. c1993. xvii,242p.

Changing the way we work
Belbin, R. M
Oxford. Butterworth-Heinemann. 1997. xii,115p.,[8]p. of plates.

Changing the word: the printing industry in transition
Marshall, Alan
London. Comedia. 1983.

Changing the wor(l)d: discourse, politics, and the feminist movement
Young, Stacey
New York . Routledge. 1997. ix, 249 p.

Changing the world: an agenda for the churches
Cosmao, Vincent
Maryknoll, N.Y. Orbis Books. c1984. xvii, 109 p.

Changing the world: a framework for the study of creativity
Feldman, David Henry ; Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly ; Gardner, Howard
Westport, Conn. . Praeger. 1994. xv,180p.

Changing the world
Nelson, George
Michigan. University of Michigan. 1987.

Changing the world: further stories of great scientific discoveries
Williams-Ellis, Amabel
J.Lane. 1956. 174p.,ill.,20cm.

Changing the world: a directory of global youth work resources
Flood, Marianne ; Bourn, Douglas
Leicester. Youth Work Press. 1996.

CHANGING the world: a London charter for gay and lesbian rights
London. Greater London Council. 1985. 48p.

Changing the world: a London charter for lesbian and gay rights
London. London Strategic Policy Unit. [between 1986 and 1988].

Changing thought in primary and secondary education
Higginson, J. H
London. Macmillan. 1969. 3-145 p.

Changing threat perceptions and military doctrines
Valki, Laszlo
Basingstoke. Macmillan. 1992. xiii,257p.

The changing tide
Bromige, Iris
Leicester. Ulverscroft. 1988. 277p.(large print).

The changing tide
Bromige, Iris
London. Hodder & Stoughton. 1987. (160)p.

The changing tide
Thorp, Sylvia
Hurst & Blackett. 1967. 183p.,21cm.

The changing tide
Thorpe, Sylvia
London. Corgi. 1979. 223p.

The changing tide
Thorpe, Sylvia
South Yarmouth, (Mass.). Curley. (1983), c1967. 305p.

The changing tide: poems and prose from London Voices Poetry Workshop
London. London Voices. (1990?). 117p.

Changing tides
Cato, Pauline
Choppington. Cato Recordings. 1994. 1 cassette.

Changing times: are playgroups being subjected to reform or rejection in the twenty-first century?
Dean, Elaine
2002.

Changing times
Dickson, Barbara
Pinnacle. 2003. 2 compact discs.

Changing times: work and leisure in postindustrial society
Gershuny, Jonathan
Oxford. Oxford University Press. 2000. viii, 304 p.

Changing times: my story
Haynes, Len
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Changing times
Hebditch, Felicity
London. Watts. c1995. (32)p.

Changing times: museums as portraits of a community
Hudson, Kenneth
London. Comedia. 1986. 32p.

Changing times: motives and problems for career changers inthe1990's
Humbach, B.J ; Arnold, J
Manchester. UMIST. 1994.

Changing times: Tim Kennemore
Kennemore, Tim
London. Methuen Children's. 1986, c1984. 143p.

Changing times
Kennemore, Tim
London. Faber. 1984. 149p.

Changing times: toward anintegrated approach to reading
Levine, Lewis ; Hughey, Lucinda S
Englewood Cliffs . Prentice-Hall. c1985. xiii,226p.

Changing times: religion and society in nineteenth-century Celbridge
O'Dowd, Desmond J
Dublin. Irish Academic Press. 1997. 73p.

Changing times: a survey of registered nurses in 1998
Smith, G ; Seccombe, Ian J
Brighton. Institute for Employment Studies, University of Sussex. 1998. 50p.

Changing times: a survey of registered nurses in 1998 : a summary
Smith, G ; Seccombe, Ian J
Brighton. Institute for Employment Studies, University of Sussex. 1998. 7p.

Changing times
Staples, Mary Jane ; Wale, Terry
Whitley Bay. Soundings. 2003. 8 compact discs.

Changing times: challengesto identity : 12 year-olds in Belfast, 1981 and 1992
Whyte, Jean
Aldershot. Avebury. 1995. x, 287p.

Changing times: history for GCSE
Costello, Kieran
London. London Docklands Development Corporation. 1990. 1 workbook + teacher's notes.

Changing times: meeting the challenge : proceedings of the 23rd Annual Symposium of the Pig Health Society, Millstreet, Co. Cork, 16th June, 1995
Gillick, Patrick
[s.l.]. Pig Health Society. [1995]. 84p.

Changing Times: 200 years of world history as reported by "the newspaper of record"
London. News Multimedia. 1993. 1 CD-ROM.

Changing Times
Derby. Derby Rainbow.

Changing times: a TUC guide to work-life balance
London. TUC. 2001. 56p.

Changing times: a guide to flexible work patterns for human resource managers
London. New Ways to Work. 1993. 107p.

Changing times: museums in the community
[s.l.]. Best Endeavours for Channel Four. 1986. Videorecording.

Changing times
Nashville. Word. 1979. 1 compact disc.

Changing times and fortunes: a Cornish farmer's life 1928-1904
Rowe, John ; Payton, P. J
St Austell (12 Hillside Road, St. Austell). Cornish Hillside Publications. 1996. xii,240p.,[8]p. of plates.

Changing times, changing culture: a review of the work of the GMC since 1995
London. General Medical Council. [2002?].

Changing times, changing libraries
Bonn, George Schlegel ; Faibisoff, Sylvia
Urbana-Champaign. University of Illinois Graduate School of Library Science. c1978. x, 166 p.

Changing times, changing needs: a 10 year strategy for sport in Wales 1986-1996
Sports Council for Wales. 1986.

Changing times - improving care: making a difference through local health and social care groups
ii,110 p.

Changing times in Barrow upon Soar, Quorndon, Sileby & Mountsorrel North End in the 18th century
Joyce, Stephen
Loughborough, Leics. Reprint Publications. 1997.

Changing times in Hispanic culture
Harris, Derek
Aberdeen. Centre for the Study of the Hispanic Avant-Garde, University of Aberdeen. c1996. 198 p.

The changing times in Kings Norton
Melling, J V
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Changing times in teacher education: restructuring or reconceptualization?
Wideen, Marvin ; Grimmett, Peter P
London. Falmer Press. 1995. viii,236p.

Changing times, testing times: a bootstrap analysis of poverty and inequality using the PACO database
Heinrich, Georges
Edinburgh. Heriot-Watt University. 1998.

Changing times - unchanging values?
Jenkins, Rachel
Manchester. William Temple Foundation. 1991. 28 p.

Changing to green: a report for the campaign to Improve London's Transport
(London). (CILT). 1986. viii,114p.

Changing to national health care: ethical and policy issues
Huefner, Robert P ; Battin, M. Pabst
Salt Lake City. University of Utah Press. 1992. xxiv, 371 p.

Changing to PBL: resources for future work with PBL
Uxbridge. Brunel University. 1997.

Changing to - primary nursing
Hann, Judith
Leicester. Leicestersire Health Authority. 1986. 1 videocassette.

Changing to teleworking
Coventry. NCET. 1990.

Changing to the metric system: conversion factors, symbols and definitions
Anderton, P ; Bigg, P. H
H.M.S.O. 1965.

Changing to the metric system: a background note
Council of TechnicalExamining Bodies. 1968.

Changing to the metric system in the construction industry: memorandum
Council of Technical Examining Bodies. 1968.

Changing to the metric system in the mining industry: memorandum
Council of Technical Examining Bodies. 1969.

Changing to the metric system in the paper and printing industries: memorandum
Council of Technical Examining Bodies. 1969.

Changing to the systeme international (SI) in the construction industry: memorandum
Council of Technical Examining Bodies. 1969.

The changing towns and cities
Morten, A. J
Huddersfield. Schofield & Sims. 1988. 48p.

The changing towns and districts of the West Midlands Region
Birmingham. Central Statistical Information & Research Unit. 1984.

Changing tracks: the photographs of a midlands railwayman, 1946 to 1994
Shenton, Roger
Leicester. Midland. c1995. 176p.

Changing trade patterns in manufactured goods: an econometric investigation
Balassa, Bela ; Bauwens, Luc
Amsterdam . North-Holland. 1988. xvii,202p.

The changing tradition: women in the history of rhetoric
Sutherland, Christine Mason ; Sutcliffe, Rebecca J
[Boulder, Col.]. NetLibrary. 1999.

Changing traditions: an exhibition exploring wider cultural reference in teaching the visual arts and other subjects
Birmingham. Department of Art, City of Birmingham Polytechnic. [1984].

Changing traditions II: developments in multicultural art education
Loeb, H
Birmingham. Birmingham Polytechnic. 1987. 62p.

Changing trains: messages for management from the ScotRail challenge
Stewart, Valerie ; Chadwick, Vivian
Newton Abbot. David & Charles. c1987. 190p.

Changing trains at Wigan: digital preservation and the future of scholarship
Ross, Seamus
London. National Preservation Office. 2000. 44p.

The Changing transition to adulthood: leaving and returning home
Goldscheider, Frances K ; Goldscheider, Calvin
Thousand Oaks, Calif. . Sage Publications. c1999. xviii, 257 p.

Changing travel behaviour through innovation and local partnerships: ECOMM 98 : 18-20 May 1998
London. PTRC. 1998. 488p.

The changing travel market
Lansing, John B ; Blood, Dwight M
Ann Arbor (Mich). University of Michigan. 1964. viii, 374p.

Changing travel pattern in Cardiff 1975-1983
Sikdar, P. K
Cardiff. UWIST. Department of Science and Technology. 1986. 54 p.