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15-Apr-2014Archbishop Tache on the amnesty question with regard to the northwest difficulty.TacheĢ, Alexandre A. (Alexandre Antonin), 1823-1894
2-Jun-2012Architecture of a Classification System to Evaluate Fault Slip Risk in a Mining EnvironmentVatcher, Jessica Lauren
5-Sep-2012Archives and the Event of Islamophobia: A Case Study of the English Defence LeagueSturgeon, Emma
25-Apr-2013Are changes in climate and land-use associated with changes in migration strategies of Western Bluebirds (Sialia mexicana) in southern British Columbia?Willis, Celina
2007Are larger plants better at causing competitive exclusion, or do they promote species coexistence by creating more niches?Keating, Laura M.
Apr-2009Are Student Employment and Academic Success Linked?Motte, Anne; Schwartz, Saul
2010Are they stunted? Assessment of northern pike (Esox lucius) growth in Lake Opinicon via ages interpreted from the scales and cleithraLim, Dan D H
28-Jul-2014Are Undergraduate Students Adult Learners?Morrissey, Kathryn
2009THE AREA POSTREMA: A POTENTIAL SITE FOR CIRCADIAN REGULATION BY PROKINETICIN 2INGVES, MATTHEW
1800An argument addressed to the yeomanry of Ireland, demonstrating the right, the propriety, the utility, and the obligation of declaring their sentiments on political subjects, in their public distinctive character of yeomenEunomus.
1698The argument against a standing army discuss'dTrenchard, John, 1662-1723.
1697The Argument against a standing army rectified : and the reflections and remarks upon it in several pamphlets consider'd, in a letter to a friend-
1733An argument against excises : in several essays lately published in the Craftsman and now collected togetherAmhurst, N. (Nicholas), 1697-1742.
1762An argument concerning the militiaSavile, George, Sir, 1726-1784.
1681An argument for toleration and indulgence in relation to differences in opinion : both as it is the interest of states and as a common duty of all Christians one to another, by way of letterWhitaker, Edward.
2008An Argument in Favor of Human Genetic EnhancementWest-Oram, Peter
15-Apr-2014An Argument proving that a small number of regulated forces established during the pleasure of Parliament cannot damage our present happy establishment ... .-
1693An argument proving that the abrogation of King James by the people of England from the regal throne ... was according to the constitution of the English government ...Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703.
1699An argument shewing that 'tis impossible for the nation to be rid of the grievances occasion'd by the marshal of the King's bench and warden of the fleet ... : by way of letter to a member of ParliamentJ. B. (John Berisford)
1697An argument shewing that a standing army is inconsistent with a free government and absolutely destructive to the constitution of the English monarchyTrenchard, John, 1662-1723.
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