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Heppner P Paul : Writing and publishing your thesis, dissertation, and research : a guide for students in the helping professions / P. Paul Heppner, Mary J. Heppner.
Heptinstall Derek : Care packages for elderly people : a guide to assessment and care management / written and produced by Positive Publications in consultation with Sue Milne, former principal officer, care management, Kent Social Services Department, and now an independent community care adviser ; edited by Derek Heptinstall.
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Heraclitus Flebilis : Avisi Parnassiaci, das ist, Absonderliche Relationes der teutschen Müntz Vnordnung betreffendt [electronic resource] : erstlichen Scusa dess Dalers & consorten, dass sie an der Theurung inn Teutschlandt nicht schuldig seyn : zum Andern, Heracliti vnnd Democriti alter Philosophorum relation, wie es der Staigerung dess Gelts haben, sampt der nachfolgenden inconvenientien in Teutschland fürgangen, sampt Apollinis censur vber beeder Anbringen / alles auss dem Parnassischen Protocoll vbersetzt vnnd auss Befelch dess Apollinis in Druck verfertiget durch Democritum Risibilem & Heraclitum Flebilem, Pelasgos.
Heraclitus Junior : England's Ichabod, glory departed, : discoursed by two Christian men, zealous for the glory of God, and true lovers of their nation: the one called Heraclitus junior, weeping for and lamenting the inevitable wo and desolation impending and approaching on his native country. And the other called Democritus natu minimus, laughing at the ignorance, blindness, madness, and inexorable stupidity of his own nation, overwhelmed in folly, sin, and wickedness, insensible of its own ruine and misery. Both of them paradoxically praising the Jesuites, and their spurious seed, for their policie, activitie, and dexteritie, in promoting their factions and projects. / By Heraclitus junior, and Democritus natu minimus, for Ri: Fosterschism.