Bibliography of interlingual scientific and technical dictionaries= Bibliographie de dictionnaires scientifiques et techniques multilingues = Bibliografía de diccionarios científicos y técnicos plurilingües by UNESCO

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Other titlesBibliographie de dictionnaires scientifiques et techniques multilingues., Bibliografía de diccionarios científicosy técnicos plurilingües.
StatementUnesco.
SeriesDocumentation and terminology of science
ContributionsHolmstrom, John Edwin, 1898-
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Pagination250 p. ;
Number of Pages250
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Open LibraryOL20194639M

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