Human Services Translating : The critical link : interpreters in the community : papers from the First International Conference on Interpreting in Legal, Health, and Social Service Settings (Geneva Park, Canada, June 1-4, 1995) / edited by Silvana E. Carr ... [et al.].; International Conference on Interpreting in Legal, Health, and Social Service Settings
Human Settlements England Ashford Kent : Living by the sword : the archaeology of Brisley Farm, Ashford, Kent / by Jim Stevenson ; with contributions by Lucy Allott [and 23 others].; Stevenson, Jim,
Human Settlements England Bedfordshire History : Close to the Loop : landscape and settlement evolution beside the Biddenham Loop, west of Bedford / by Mike Luke ; with major contributions by Sarah Bates ... [et al.] ; other contributions by Ben Barker ... [et al.] ; and illustrations by Joan Lightning ... [et al.].; Luke, Mike.
Human Settlements England East Yorkshire : Rural settlement and industry : studies in the Iron Age and Roman archaeology of lowland East Yorkshire / edited by Peter Halkon and Martin Millett ; with contributions from Lindsay Allason-Jones ... [et al.].
Human Settlements England Northamptonshire History : West Cotton, Raunds : a study of medieval settlement dynamics, AD 450-1450 ; excavation of a deserted medieval hamlet in Northamptonshire, 1985-89 / Andy Chapman ; with major contributions by Umberto Albarella ... [et al.] ; contributions by Marion Archibald ... [et al.]; Chapman, Andy,
Human Settlements England Sleaford : Old Sleaford revealed : a Lincolnshire settlement in Iron Age, Roman, Saxon and Medieval times : excavations 1882-1995 / Sheila M. Elsdon with Margaret Jones.; Elsdon, Sheila M.
Human Skeleton Early Works To 1800 : Cursus osteologicus; being a compleat doctrine of the bones; : according to the newest, and most refin'd notions of anatomy. Shewing their nature, substance, composition, manner of ossification, nourishment ... To which is annexd by way of appendix, an excellent method of whitening, cleansing, preparing, and uniting the bones, to form a movable skeleton, wherein the bones may have the same motions as in a living subject. The whole being a work very useful and necessary for all students in physick and chirurgery. / By Robert Baker. Chirurgion.; Baker, Robert,