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Rocznik orientalisticzny : 人文社會聯圖, Chinese Lit.&Phi. Lib. ; PRINTED    1
Rocznik Orientalistyczny ; Tom 16, str. 1-318 : Kotwicz, Wladyslaw; 人文社會聯圖; PRINTED  1953 1
Rocznik Orientalistyczny ; Tom 50, Zeszyt 2 : Chinese Lit.&Phi. Lib.; PRINTED  1997 1
Rocznik orjentalistyczny : 人文社會聯圖, Chinese Lit.&Phi. Lib. ; PRINTED    1
Rocznik orjentalistyezny. tom. 4(1926) ; str. 167-187 : Shirokogoroff, S. M.; 人文社會聯圖; PRINTED  1928 1
Roczniki Uniwersytetu Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej. Dział A. Matematyka : Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej; Mathematics Library; PRINTED    1
Roczniki Uniwersytetu Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej. Dzial A. Mathematyka / Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej : Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej; Mathematics Library; PRINTED    1
War on peace : the end of diplomacy and the decline of American influence / Ronan Farrow / : Farrow, Ronan,; 中央研究院; MAP  2021 1
The rod, a poem. In three cantos. By Henry Layng, : Layng, Henry,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1754 1
A rod discovered, found, and set forth to whip the idolaters till they leave off their idolatry (which yet remains in the rulers of England, their ministers, and the people who follow thier wayes) which doth consist in the houses of high places, falsly called churches; the two universities, Cambridge and Oxford, (and their ministers, which are made by man, and not of God) and their ministers maintenance (not the ministers of Christs) which is portions of lands, tythes, offrings, oblations, obven : Clark, Henry,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1657 1
A rod for a reviler or a full answer to Mr. Rowland Hill's letter, entitled, Imposture detected, and the dead vindicated. By Thomas Olivers. : Olivers, Thomas,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1777 1
A rod for cold doctrine. Or; Bangor bang'd: by a lay-man : Lay-man; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1718 1
A rod for Doctor Kemp, or, An examination of his Tract upon conversion proving that he is at variance with the Scriptures, his own church, and himself : Layman; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1807 1
A rod for revilers: or, a gentle flogging for the Rev. Mr. Huntington, and Miss Morton. By a lover of justice : P; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1788 1
A rod for run-awayes Gods tokens, of his feareful iudgements, sundry wayes pronounced vpon this city, and on seuerall persons, both flying from it, and staying in it. Expressed in many dreadfull examples of sudden death ... By Tho. D : Dekker, Thomas,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1625 1
A rod for the back of fools In answer to a book of Mr. John Toland, called Christianity not mysterious; (in which answer, Trinity in unity is made out to reason and common sense) and to the lecture of one Dr. Joseph Brown, taken from the author's book against the circulation; and to the answer of one Mr. John Gardiner, surgeon, to that pretended lecture. By Oliver Hill, author of the Non-circulation : Hill, Oliver,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1702 1
A rod for the back of fools In answer to Mr. John Toland's book, which he calleth, Christianity not mysterious; to the lecture of Doctor Joseph Brown, against the circulation of the blood; and to the answer of one Mr. John Gardiner, surgeon, to that pretended lecture. By Oliver Hill, author of the Non-circulation : Hill, Oliver,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1702 1
Rod, for the backs of the critics : Cobbett, William,; 中央研究院; 電子書  1797 1
A rod for the Burkites consisting of remonstrative answers to the objections and invectives, of the interested, bigoted, and misguided inhabitants of Stockport, against the "friends of universal peace, and the rights of man." By one of the "swinish multitude." : One of the "Swinish Multitude"; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1790? 1
A rod for the Burkites consisting of remonstrative answers to the objections and invectives, of the interested, bigoted, and misguided inhabitants of Stockport, ... By one of the "swinish multitude." : One of the "Swinish Multitude"; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1792? 1
A rod for the Eaton school-master's back or, a letter from a country school-boy to Dr. Snape, occasion'd by one from him to the Bishop of Bangor; ...   2
Rod for the enemies of common prayer : Hicks, Thomas,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1660 1
Rod for the fool's back   3
A rod for the fool's back. [Four lines from Proverbs] : Webster, Noah,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1800 1
A rod for the fool's back. [Four lines from Psalms]   2
"A rod for the fool's back", or, An examination of a pamphlet entitled Republican economy : Webster, Noah,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1803 1
A rod for the fool's-back, or, Dr. Chamberlin and his proposal vindicated from the foul aspersions of a dirty, scurrilous scribler, who pretends to answer the paper of the comparison, between the doctor's proposal and Mr. Briscoe's : Chamberlen, Hugh; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1694 1
A rod for the fool's back or, the pretending detector detected: in a letter to ... the Rev. James Buller, M.A. occasion'd by a ... pamphlet of his, entitled, a reply to the Rev. Mr John Wesley's address to the clergy. By John Dolman. : Dolman, John,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1756 1
A rod for the lawyers who are hereby declared to be the grand robbers & deceivers of the nation : greedily devouring yearely many millions of the peoples money : to which is added a word to the Parliament and a word to the Army : Cole, William,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1659 1
A rod for the lawyers: who are hereby declared to be the grand robbers & deceivers of the nation: greedily devouring yearly many millions of the peoples money. To which is added, a word to the Parliament; and a word to the Army. : Cole, William,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1659 1
A rod for the rebellious and a reward for the obedient : 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1660 1
A rod for the sluggard; or the great evil of idleness represented. By John Mac Gowan : Macgowan, John,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1772 1
Rod for Trepidantium Malleus : Keith, George,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1700 1
A rod for Trepidantium Malleus, or A letter to Sam. Reconcileable : Keith, George,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1700 1
A rod for Tunbridge beaus bundl'd up at the request of the Tunbridge ladies, to jirk fools into more wit, and clowns into more manners. A burlesque poem. To be publish'd every summer, as long as the rakes continue their rudeness, and the gentry their vertue.   2
A rod in brine, or a tickler for Tom Paine, in answer to his first pamphlet, entitled, the Rights of man. By an Oxford graduate : Oxford graduate; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1792 1
A Rod in piss for the A---m-n: an election song. To the tune of, By Jove I'll be free : 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1749 1
A rod of correction for the ignorance and dishonesty of a pamphlet, intitled,-A short conference, betwixt Mr Adam Gib minister of the Gospel in the associate congregation at Edinburgh, and a country-man in the parish of Biggar, &c. By Adam Gib : Gib, Adam,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1755 1
The rod of Moses upon the rock of Calvary; or The mountains of fire, and of blood. A dedicatory discourse, : Austin, David,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1816 1
The rod, or the sword. The present dilemma of the nations of England, Scotland, and Ireland, considered argued and improved, in a discourse from Ezek. Chap.xxi. Ver.13. By Robert Fleming, ... Originally published in 1701. : Fleming, Robert,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1794 1
The rod or the sword the present dilemma of the nations of England, Scotland and Ireland considered, argued and improved : in a discourse from Ezekial, Chap. XXI, ver. xiii : Fleming, Robert,; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1694 1
The rod, or the sword. The present dilemma of the nations of England, Scotland, and Ireland, considered argued, and improved; in a discourse from Ezekiel, chap. XXI. ver. xiii. By Robert Fleming, V.D.M.   2
The rod retorted; or, the corrector corrected. Containing some remarks upon a pamphlet, intitled, A rod of correction, &c. by Mr Adam Gib. By John Rob . : Rob, John; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1755 1
Rod to drive out the wilde bores, and subtill foxes, from amongst the vines that the vineyard may be kept cleer : R. F.; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1655 1
A rod to drive out the wilde bores, and subtill foxes, from amongst the vines that the vineyard may be kept cleer. Or, a gift sent to the priests; to let them see themselves, that they may acknowledge their errors, and upon them own their condemnation to be just and right, now the truth doth so plainly appear. : R. F.; 中央研究院; COMPUTER FILE  1655 1
A rod-type creepmeter for measurement of displacement in active fault zone : Earth Science Library; PRINTED  2000 1
The Rodale book of composting : simple methods to improve your soil, recycle waste, grow healthier plants, and create an earth-friendly garden : Euro-Am Studies Lib; PRINTED  2018 1
Rodale classics : Euro-Am Studies Lib; PRINTED  2018 1
Rodale's system for mental power and natural health : Rodale, J. I.; Euro-Am Studies Lib; PRINTED  1968 1
Rodd's Chemistry of carbon compounds   8
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