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JoVE. Behavior.   2006- 1
JoVE. Biochemistry.   2
JoVE. Bioengineering   2
JoVE. Biology   2
JoVE. Cancer research.   2006- 1
JoVE. Chemistry.   2006- 1
JoVE. Developmental biology.   2006- 1
JoVE. Engineering.   2006- 1
JoVE. Genetics.   2006- 1
JoVE. Immunology and infection.   2006- 1
JoVE. Immunology & infection   2
JoVE journal   2006- 1
JoVE journal. Bioengineering   2010 1
JoVE. Environment.   2
JoVE. Neuroscience.   2006- 1
Jovellanos : Jovellanos y Ramirez, Gaspar Melchor de.  1969 1
Jovellanos, el espanol perdido. : Gomez de la Serna, Gaspar.  1975 1
Jovellanos, ideologia y actitudes religiosas politicas y economicas. : Fernandez de la Cigona, Francisco.  1983 1
Jovellanos y Goya. : Helman, Edith.  1970 1
La joven poesia : Larkin, Philip.  1995 1
El joven Unamuno : influencia hegeliano y Marxista. : Pizan, Manuel.  1920 1
Jovial batchelor.   1664 1
The jovial beggars merry crew. : When beggars that have coyn good store, yet still like vagrants liv   1684? 1
The jovial companions, or, the three merry travellors [sic], : who paid their shot where ever they c   2
Jovial crew.   10
A jovial crew, or, The merry beggars : a comedy as it is acted at the Theatre Royal : Brome, Richard,  1684 1
Jovial crew.   2
Jovial hector.   1650? 1
Jovial hunting match   1750? 1
Jovial loyalist   2
Jovial Loyalist: a new song   1681 1
The jovial marriner; or, The sea-mans renown. : Sail forth bold sea-men, plough the liquid main,   1682 1
Jovial may-pole dancers   1695 1
The jovial may-pole dancers: or, The merry morris. : The tune is, Top and top gallant, &c.   1695 1
Jovial philosopher.   4
The jovial tinker of England: : willing to hammer the Covenant and Scots commissioners into English. : Borialis,  1648 1
The Jovial tinker, or, The Willing couple ... : to a new tune called To high, to low, to low.   168-? 1
Jovial Tom of all trads [sic], or, The Various cries of London-city : to the tune of A Begging we wi   1687? 1
Joviall broome man   3
Joviall cobler : M. P.  1630? 1
The joviall crevv, or, The devill turn'd Ranter: : being a character of the roaring Ranters of these : Sheppard, S.  1651 1
Joviall crew   4
The joviall crew: or, Beggars-bush, : in which a mad maunder doth vapour and swagger, with praiseing   1672 1
The joviall crew, or, Beggers-bush. : In which a mad maunder doth vapour and swagger, with praiseing   1665 1
A joviall crew, or, The merry beggars : presented in a comedie at Drury-Lane, in the yeer 1641 : Brome, Richard,  1652 1
A joviall crew, or, The merry beggars : presented in a comedie at the Cock-pit in Drury-Lane, in the : Brome, Richard,  1661 1
Joviall crew. : Brome, Richard,  1750? 1
Joviall exaltation of divers tradesmen, and others, for the suppression of troublesome hackney coach   3
Joviall good fellow of Kent : Crimsal, Richard.  1632? 1
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