3 edition of Why books (Libraries 2000) found in the catalog.
Why books (Libraries 2000)
S. D Neill
1985 by Alberta Culture, Library Services Branch .
Written in English
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Symposium on effect of cyclic heating and stressing on metals at elevated temperatures,presented at the fifty-seventh annual meeting, American Society for Testing Materials, Chicago, Ill., June 17 1954.
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