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22-Oct-2014Devolution and Recentralization in the Canadian Immigration System: Theory, Causes, and ImpactsReeve, IAIN
31-May-2012Dewey’s Roles in Chinese EducationShen, Xiao
Feb-2008Déplacement des paiements de transfert fédéraux. Exploration du concept et de la pratique : l exemple de la Fondation canadienne des bourses d études du millénaireLazar, Harvey
11-Feb-2015Diabetes Self-care in Education: Mapping Educational Policy and Empirical ResearchCousins, Sean
2011The Diagenetic History of the Nepean Formation, Kingston, OntarioBateman, Kelly Michelle
3-Oct-2015Diagnosing Drug ShortagesFarr, MATTHEW
3-Oct-2015The Diagnostic Interval of Colorectal Cancer Patients in Ontario by Degree of RuralityHamilton, Leah
2015Dialogic mapping: Evolving reference into an instructional support for graduate research.Laverty, Corinne; Lee,E.A.
2007Dialogical relations in a mathematics classroomKhan, Steven Kamaluddin, 1977-
1792A dialogue between a clergyman of the Church of England and a lay-gentleman : occasioned by the late application to Parliament for the repeal of certain penal laws against Anti-TrinitariansDisney, John, 1746-1816.
1770A dialogue between a country farmer and a juryman, on the subject of libels-
1785A dialogue between a justice of the peace and a farmerDay, Thomas, 1748-1789.
1752A dialogue between a Member of Parliament and his servant. In imitation of the seventh satire of the second book of HoraceCambridge, Richard Owen, 1717-1802.
1703A dialogue between a member of Parliament, a divine, a lawyer, a freeholder, a shop-keeper, and a country farmer, or, Remarks on the badness of the market, on our happiness that England is not made the seat of war ... [etc.] : with a question upon the whole matter, whether England is to be undone for the sake of three men-
1712A dialogue between a new courtier and a country gentleman-
1793A dialogue between an associator and a well-informed Englishman, on the grounds of the late associations, and the commencement of a war with FranceTowers, Joseph, 1737-1799.
1749A dialogue between Thomas Jones, a life-guard-man, and John Smith, late a serjeant in the first regiment of foot-guards, just returned from Flanders-
15-Apr-2014Dialogue entre un Acadien et un Canadien-francais au sujet ... une lettre de Mgr. O'Brien.-
1783A dialogue on the actual state of ParliamentPowis.
1789A dialogue on the regency-
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