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Reasoning In Children Study And Teaching Early Childhood : Developing thinking and understanding in young children : an introduction for students / Sue Robson.; Robson, Sue.  2012 1
Reasoning In Children Testing : Conceptual powers of children : an approach through mathematics and science : a report from the Schools Council project on the Development of Scientific and Mathematical Concepts (7-11), based at University College of North Wales, Bangor / Eryl Rothwell Hughes, in collaboration with Joseph Rogers.; Hughes, E. Rothwell  1979 1
Reasoning Problems Exercises Etc : Practice tests for diagrammatic and abstract reasoning / Peter Rhodes.; Rhodes, Peter S.  c2004 1
Reasoning Psychology   9
Reasoning Study And Teaching   3
Reasoning Study And Teaching Continuing Education England   2
Reasoning Study And Teaching Early Childhood Activity Programs   2
Reasoning Study And Teaching Higher   2
Reasoning Study And Teaching Higher England   2
Reasoning Study And Teaching Secondary England   2
Reasons Against The Bill For Erecting Courts Of Conscience : Answers to the reasons given against the bill for erecting courts of conscience within the weekly bills of mortality  1675? 1
Reasons For A Limited Exportation Of Wooll   3
Reasons For A Registry : Reasons against a registry for lands, &c. : shewing briefly, the great disadvantages, charges and inconveniences that may accrue to the whole nation in general thereby much over-ballancing the particular advantages that are imagined to arise therefrom : in answer to a late book entituled, Reasons for a registry : with some reasons for a registry of personal contracts humbly offered to consideration.  1678 1
Reasons Humbly Offered Against Reducing The Interest Of Money To Four Pound : An answer to a paper entituled, Reasons against reducing interest to four per cent..  1714? 1
Reasons Humbly Offered For Excepting The Rivers Of Elbe Weser And Eyder Out : The Answers to the reasons offered by the Hamborough Company, for excepting the rivers Elbe, Weser and Eyder, out of the bill for a free trade in the woollen manufactures of England.  1694? 1
Reasons Humbly Offered To Be Considered Befor The Act For Printing Be Conti   2
Reasons Humbly Offered To The Honourable The Commons Assembled In Parliamen : A short answer to a paper, intituled, Reasons humbly offered to the Honourable the Commons assembled in Parliament, against a bill brought in by Sir Robert Killigrew and others, undertakers and participants for the pretended dreining of Lindsey-Level in Lincolnshire; Killigrew, William,  1698 1
Reasons Humbly Offered Why The County Palatine Of Durham Should Send Knight : An answer to certain printed reasons for knights and burgesses in the County Palatine of Durham..; Cosin, John,  1660? 1
Reasons Wherefore Knights And Burgesses Are Desired For The County Pallatin : An answer to certain printed reasons for knights and burgesses in the County Palatine of Durham..; Cosin, John,  1660? 1
Reasons Why Roman Catholicks Should Not Be Persecuted : Rome in her fruits : being a sermon preached on the fifth of November, 1662, near to the standard in Cheapside : in the which sermon the author sets up his standard in opposition to the fruits and practices of Rome, and likewise answers in brief a late pamphlet, entitled Reasons why Roman Catholicks should not be pe[r]s[e]cuted / by Richard Carpenter.; Carpenter, Richard,  1663 1
Reasons Why The Duke Of York May Most Strongly Be Reputed And Suspected To   2
Reay Martha : A serious copy of verses on the late Miss Wray..  1779 1
Rebatet Lucien   2
Rebecca Motion Picture : Franz Waxman's Rebecca : a film score guide / David Neumeyer, Nathan Platte.; Neumeyer, David.  2012 1
Rebecca Riots 1839 1844 : Rebecca's children : a study of rural society, crime, and protest / David J.V. Jones.; Jones, David J. V.  1989 1
Rebecca Ship 1669 : London 16. of August, 1669. : The cargo's of 4 ships arrived from the East-Indies, viz. from Surrat. the Return, Captain William Whitehorn, and Rebecca, Captain William Bodily ...  1669 1
Rebel Without A Cause Motion Picture : The making of Rebel without a cause / Douglas L. Rathgeb.; Rathgeb, Douglas L.,  c2004 1
Rebell Hugues 1867 1905 : Verlainiens et d├ęcadents / par Gustave Le Rouge.; Le Rouge, Gustave,  1928 1
Rebellions : Shays' Rebellion [electronic resource].  2006 1
Rebels Social Psychology In Literature : Rimbaud and Jim Morrison : rebel as poet / Wallace Fowlie.; Fowlie, Wallace,  1994 1
Reboucas Andre Pinto 1838 1898 : Lives in between : the experience of marginality in a century of emancipation / Leo Spitzer.; Spitzer, Leo,  1999 1
Rebus Inspector Fictitious Character : Rebus's Scotland : a personal journey / Ian Rankin ; photographed by Tricia Malley and Ross Gillespie.; Rankin, Ian,  2006 1
Rebus Sic Stantibus Clause International Law : Termination of treaties in international law : the doctrines of Rebus sic stantibus and Desuetude / Athanassios Vamvoukos.; Vamvoukos, Athanassios,  1985 1
Receipts Acknowledgement Early Works To 1800 : Received this [blank] of [blank] 1678, of [blank] collectors for [blank] the sum of [blank] of the moneys appointed for them to collect by virtue of an Act of Parliament : entituled An Act to raise money by a poll, and otherwise, to enable his Majesty to enter into an actual war against the French king; I say, received by me [blank]  1678? 1
Receipts Acknowledgement England Early Works To 1800   4
Receipts Acknowledgements England Early Works To 1800   4
Receipts Acknowledgment England Early Works To 1800 : Received the [blank] day of [blank] 16[blank] of [blank] the summ of [blank] charged upon the landlord, by vertue of an Act of Parliament : intituled An Act for ordering the forces in the several counties of this kingdom; for the fourth part of one months assessment for one year, after the rate of 70000 l. by the month; for furnishing and defraying the charges of ammunititon and other necessaries. We say received by us [blank] collectors.  1662? 1
Receipts Acknowledgments England Early Works To 1800   2
Receipts Acknowledgments Scotland Aberdeen Early Works To 1800 : Aberdene the [blank] day of [blank] 166 [blank]: Received from [blank] for taxation imposed and stented be the towne of Aberdene, in anno 1664. viz. from the first day of September 1663. to the first day of September 1664 years.  1663? 1
Receipts Acknowledgments Scotland Early Works To 1800 : Received from [William Bell Clerk and] collector of the cess of the burgh of [LinLithgou] the summ of [ffourtie ffyve pounds] Scots money, and that as a fourth part of a moneth cess, due by the said burgh of [LinLithgou] at VVitsunday 1700. : To the Lords of Council as session, conform to the act of Parliament. As witness my hand at Edinburgh the [eightenith] day of [July] 1700 years. [Ja. Elphinstone].  1700 1
Receipts Acknowledgments Scotland Edinburgh Early Works To 1800 : At [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] 1646 yeers.: Forsameikle as the Estates of Parliament, by their Act of the date the third day of Februar 1646 yeers, have granted power and commission, to prosecute the wayes and means already laid down, for bringing in of moneys, for the use and entertainment of the armies and garrisons within this kingdom ...; Scotland.  1646 1
Receipts Early Works To 1800 : The charitable physitian : with the Charitable apothecary. / VVritten in French by Philbert Guibert Esquire, and physitian regent in Paris: and by him after many severall editions, reviewed, corrected, amended, and augmented. And now faithfully translated into English, for the benefit of this kingdome, by I.W.; Guybert, Philbert,  1639 1
Receiving Stolen Goods England London Early Works To 1800 : Acts & Orders. 1595-04-09; City of London (England).  1595 1
Receiving Stolen Goods Great Britain : Handling stolen goods and theft : a market reduction approach / Mike Sutton with assistance from Katie Johnston and Heather Lockwood.; Sutton, Mike.  1998 1
Receiving Stolen Goods Law And Legislation England Early Works To 1800 : By the King. A proclamation for the better discouery and preuention of burglaries, robberies, and other frauds and abuses, : and for the suppressing of all secret and vnlawfull practises of retayling brokers, and others which may occasion the same.; England and Wales.  1630 1
Receiving Stolen Goods United States : Theft, law and society.; Hall, Jerome,  1952 1
  Reception Class Education -- See Kindergarten
  1
Receptionists : Dental reception and practice management / Glenys Bridges.; Bridges, Glenys,  2006 1
Recesses Social Aspects   2
Recesses Social Aspects Great Britain : Play today in the primary school playground : life, learning and creativity / edited by Julia C. Bishop and Mavis Curtis.  2001 1
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