Sanderson Mark Information Scientist : Proceedings of SIGIR 2004 [electronic resource] : the twenty-seventh annual International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval : Sheffield, July 25th-29th, 2004 / edited by Kalervo Järvelin, James Allan, Peter Bruza and Mark Sanderson.
Sanderson Philip Lindsay : On the responses of sitka spruce and lodgepole pine to conditions associated with waterlogged soil.
Sanderson R B Richard Burdon 1791 1865 : The stagnation of trade a subject of prophecy both in the Old and New Testament [electronic resource] : also the law of leprosy as it relates to the present state of the establishment in these kingdoms / R.B. Sanderson.
Sanderson W : A proposal for union chambers of wages [electronic resource] : to regulate the price of labour in the manufacturing districts, by which it is submitted turn outs may be prevented amongst the working classes of the community / by W. Sanderson.
Sanderson Warren : Monastic reform in Lorraine and the architecture of the outer crypt, 950-1100.
Sanderson William C : Cognitive-behavioral treatment of depression / Janet S. Klosko and William C. Sanderson.
Sanderson William G : Non-native marine species in British waters : a review and directory / edited by N. Clare Eno, Robin A. Clark & William G. Sanderson.
Sanderus Pieter : Beredeneerd vertoog over de vorderingen van contributie, op de eigenaars, afladers, op geconsigneerden van verlorene goederen, als avarije-grosse, over schip en lading [electronic resource] : en over de thans daaromtrent plaats hebbende practijk bij de Hollandsche assurantie-kameren / door Pieter Sanderus.
Sandes John : The case of John Sandes, Esq., and Elizabeth his wife and Elizabeth their daughter [electronic resource] : relating to their petition against Arthur More, Esq.
Sandesara J C : Small industries in a big city : a survey in Bombay / Lakdawala D.T. and J.C. Sandesara.
Sandford Daniel K Daniel Keyte Sir 1798 1838 : Speech of Sir Daniel K. Sandford [electronic resource] : at a meeting of the Protestant inhabitants of Glasgow, held on Tuesday, May the first, 1832, to consider the subject of the government plan of education for Ireland.