Explosions Congresses : Moving boundary problems in heat flow and diffusion : being the proceedings of the conference held at the University of Oxford 25-27 March 1974 / edited by J.R. Ockendon and W.R. Hodgkins.
Explosions England Hemel Hempstead : The Buncefield incident, 11th December, 2005 : the final report of the Major Incident Investigation Board. Vol. 1.; Buncefield Major Incident Investigation Board (Great Britain)
Expo 92 : Hybrids of modernity : anthropology, the nation state and the universal exhibition.; Harvey, Penelope,
Export Controls : Not totally naked : textiles and clothing trade in a quota-free environment.; Mayer, Jörg,
Export Controls China : Not totally naked : textiles and clothing trade in a quota-free environment.; Mayer, Jörg,
Export Controls England : Reasons humbly offered by the governour, assistants, and fellowship of Eastland-Merchants : against the giving of a general liberty to all persons whatsoever to export the English vvoollen-manufacture whither they please.; Eastland Company.
Export Controls Great Britain : The consequences of tolerating gold and silver to be exported out of this kingdom, discovered; : and the manner how the coin of this nation has been destroy'd; and likewise how the French king may reasonably be supposed to have supplies of lion-dollars to furnish the Turks withal to carry on the Wars against the German emperor.
Export Controls Great Britain Sources : Anno regni Gulielmi III. regis Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae & Hiberniae decimo & undecimo : At the Parliament begun at Westminster the four and twentieth day of August, Anno Dom. 1698. In the tenth year of the reign of our sovereign Lord William the third, by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, king, defender of the faith, &c. and from thence continued by several prorogations to the sixth day of December, 1698. being the first session of this present Parliament.; England and Wales.
Export Controls Law And Legislation Ireland Early Works To 1800 : By the Lords-Justices and Council. A proclamation. : Charles Porter, Tho: Coningesby. Whereas there has been great destruction of cattle, sheep, and hoggs during the present war, insomuch that 'tis to be feared that the remaining stock will not be sufficient for the necessary supply of this kingdom. ...; Ireland.