2 edition of title found in the catalog.
Written in English
Examines the use of natural slate roof tiles in residential property renovations in Gwent.
Dissertation (B.Sc. Build. Surv.) - Brighton Polytechnic, 1989.
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The great company (1667-1871)
A survey of European civilization
Gentleman and citizens almanack
Facts about NNPC, 1977-82.
Effects of quality of care information on consumer choice of physicians and hospitals
assessment of the impact of fish farming on the water column and sediment ecosystem of Irish costal waters (including a review of current monitoring programmes)
Prayers for a New Millennium
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