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2010A Framework for Peer-to-Peer Computing in Mobile Ad Hoc NetworksMawji, Afzal
2007A Framework for Radio Resource Management in Heterogeneous Wireless NetworksTaha, Abd-Elhamid Mohamed Abd-Elhamid
Jan-2002A Framework for Reform: Report of the Premier's Advisory Council on HealthAlberta. Premier's Advisory Council on Health
28-Jun-2011Framing, Claiming and Blaming: The Social Construction of Collective Memory and Victimhood in Contemporary North American Holocaust NarrativesSwartz, Tamar
30-Apr-2013Francesco Salviati Ritrattista: Experiments in Cinquecento PortraitureHuang, Xiaoyin
15-Apr-2014Francis Parkman.-
1721Francis, Lord Bacon, or, The case of private and national corruption and bribery impartially consider'd ...Gordon, Thomas, d. 1750.
4-Nov-2014FRAP Measurements of Solute Diffusion Through HydrogelsHadjiev, NICHOLAS
1-Feb-2016Frederick H. Evans: A Man of Catholic InterestsWest, Alana Annette
16-Apr-2014Fredericton "The celestial city".New Brunswick Tourist Association.
1771A free address to free menSharp, William, d. 1794.
1804A free and candid examination of a pamphlet, entitled, The substance of a speech, intended to have been spoken in the House of Lords, by R. Watson, Lord Bishop of Landaff, Nov. 22, 1803, with strictures thereon : to which are added, a few remarks by the author, arising from the present position of affairs, and some recent occurrences-
1753A free and candid inquiry humbly addressed to the representatives of the several counties and boroughs in this kingdom: and proper at this time to be read by their several electors. In a letter to a person of distinction in the north from a gentleman in town-
1745The free and impartial examiner: being a candid enquiry into the causes of our present melancholy situation, with regard to domestick and foreign affairs. Together with a word in defence of the Dutch's not entring into our measures-
1767A free appeal to the people of Great Britain on the conduct of the present administration, since the thirthieth of July, 1766-
1767A free appeal to the people of Great Britain on the conduct of the present administration, since the thirtieth of July, 1766-
14-Apr-2014Free banking in Canada.Breckenridge, Roeliff Morton
1730The free Briton exrtraordinary, or, A short review of the British affairs in answer to a pamphlet intitled A short view, with remarks on the Treaty of Seville, etc. ... by Francis Walsingham ..Arnall, William, 1699 or 1700-1736.
1748A free Briton's advice to the free citizens of DublinPriscus, Helvidius.
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