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25-Sep-2014Concept Maps for Creative DevelopmentSimper, NATALIE
10-Sep-2013Conceptions of Contagion in Ancient LiteratureSmith, KATHERINE
2008CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR A SURFACE-GUIDED TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT WITH NORMAL KINEMATICSAmiri, SHAHRAM
2009Conceptual design of discrete-event systems using templatesGrigorov, Lenko
2010Conceptualizing Community Development from an Occupational Therapy PerspectiveLAUCKNER, Heidi-Michelle
2008Conceptualizing food security for Aboriginal people in CanadaPower, Elaine
2009CONCEPTUALIZING SUCCESS: ASPIRATIONS OF FOUR YOUNG BLACK GUYANESE IMMIGRANT WOMEN FOR HIGHER EDUCATIONKelly, ALICIA
1831Conciliatory reform : a letter, addressed to the Right Hon. Thomas Spring Rice, M.P., &c. &c. &c., on the means of reconciling parliamentary reform to the interests and opinions of the different orders of the community : together with the draft of a bill, founded on the ministerial bill, but adapted more closely to the principles and precedents of the constitutionPalgrave, Francis, Sir, 1788-1861.
1831Conciliatory reform : a letter, addressed to the Right Hon. Thomas Spring Rice, M.P., &c. &c. &c., on the means of reconciling parliamentary reform to the interests and opinions of the different orders of the community : together with the draft of a bill, founded on the ministerial bill, but adapted more closely to the principles and precedents of the constitutionPalgrave, Francis, Sir, 1788-1861.
1810A concise account of the origin of the two houses of Parliament : with an impartial statement of the privileges of the House of Commons, and of the liberty of the subjectChristian, Edward, d. 1823.
1712Concordia discors, or, An argument to prove that the possession of Dunkirk, Port Mahon ... may be of worse consequence to these nations, than if they had still continued in the hands of the French or Spaniards ..-
14-Apr-2014Concours d'eloquence de 1876 seance de la proclamation du laureat, 13 octobre 1876 : piece couronnee Christophe Colombe : La Ruine de Grand-Pre 1755.Fortier, O. L. (Onesime Laurent), 1851-1888.; Institut Canadien de Quebec.
15-Apr-2014A condensed record of the Mowat government showing 22 years of honest, progressive and economical government.Liberal Party of Ontario.
15-Apr-2014The conditions of female labour in Ontario.Scott, Jean Thomson; University of Toronto.
9-Jul-2015Condos, Lettuce, and Tomatoes: Factors Influencing the Provision of Food Production Spaces in New Multi-Unit Residential Developments in Toronto and VancouverHuang, Dilys
1761The conduct of a Rt. Hon. gentleman in resigning the seals of his office justified, by facts, and upon the principles of the British constitutionMember of Parliament.
1793The conduct of France towards Great Britain examined. With an appendix, and notesMiles, William Augustus, 1753?-1817.
1740The conduct of His Grace the D-ke of Ar--le for the four last years review'd. Together with His Grace's speech April 15th, 1740. Upon the state of the nation-
1729The conduct of Queen Elizabeth towards the neighbouring nations and particularly Spain : compared with that of James I ...Palaeophilus Anglicanus.
1748The conduct of the government with regard to peace and war, stated-
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