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ISBN:0245509003
Author: Alan Cockburn
ISBN13: 978-0245509001
Title: Practice in German for C.S.E. (French Edition)
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Language: French
Category: Dictionaries and Thesauruses
Publisher: Harrap; first edition edition (August 1972)
Pages: 144

Practice in German for C.S.E. (French Edition) by Alan Cockburn



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Richard Alan Korb received his P. in Germanic Literature from the University of Pittsburgh in 1988. He has been teaching at Columbia University in New York City since 1994.

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