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  • Microform
  • E-resource
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Author
  • YERGIN, D.
Published
1978.
1 Holding library
  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Yergin, Daniel.
ISBN
  • 0233969705
Published
London : Deutsch , Mar. 1978
1 Holding library
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  • Printed resource
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The shattered peace / Jude Watson.
Author
  • Watson, Jude.
ISBN
  • 0439994969 (pbk.)
Published
London : Scholastic, 2000.
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  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Yergin, Daniel.
Published
London : Deutsch, 1978.
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  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Yergin, Daniel.
ISBN
  • 0140121773
  • 9780140121773
Edition
Updated and rev. ed.
Published
New York ; London : Penguin Books, c1990.
book
  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Yergin, Daniel.
ISBN
  • 0140121773
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New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Penguin Books, c1989.
book
  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Yergin, Daniel.
Edition
Rev. ed.
Published
Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1990.
book
  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Yergin, Daniel
ISBN
  • 0140121773
  • 9780140121773
Edition
[Newly rev. and updated ed.]
Published
London : Penguin Books, 1990
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  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Ruebner, Josh,
ISBN
  • 9781781681206
  • 1781681201
Published
London : Verso Books, 2013.
book
  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Ruebner, Josh,
ISBN
  • 9781781681206 (hbk.)
  • 1781681201 (hbk.)
Published
London : Verso, 2013.
1 Holding library
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  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Andelman, David,
ISBN
  • 1620459914
  • 9781620459911
Edition
Centenary edition.
Published
Nashville, Tennessee : Wiley General Trade, an imprint of Turner Publishing Company, [2014]
1 Holding library
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  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Yergin, Daniel.
ISBN
  • 0140121773
Edition
repr.; revised
Published
London : A. Deutsch, 1990
1 Holding library
book
  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Yergin, Daniel.
Published
Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1977.
1 Holding library
book
  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Yergin, Daniel.
ISBN
  • 039527267X
  • pbk
  • 0395246709
  • hbk
Edition
Sentry edition.
Published
Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1978.
1 Holding library
electronic
  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Yergin, Daniel.
ISBN
  • 0395246709
Edition
7 ed.
Published
Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1977.
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  • Printed resource
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Author
  • Butler, Daniel Allen.
ISBN
  • 9781935149279 (hbk.)
  • 193514927X (hbk.)
Published
Havertown, Pa. ; Newbury : Casemate, 2010.
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  • Printed resource
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Explanation of the Sculptures in the Pediment of the North Front of Worksop Mannor House began and finished by his Grace Edward Duke of Norfolk, Anno 1765. ; The three Animals denote some of the well known antient Alliances of this Noble Family, they are also Emblematical: The Lion is an Emblem of Strength and Courage, the Horse of generous Ardour, and the Dog of Fidelity and Vigilance, The Motto given by the Duke of Norfolk observes that Virtue only is Invincible. On the West side of the Principal Groupe is a distant view of the old Mansion House, which, with all the furniture was consumed by fire in October 1761. The Evening Sun, the broken Columns and shattered Trees are expressive of the devastation occasioned by that calamitous accident. On the East side, the whole view appears to be unhurt or restoring to its former beauty which is expressed by the flourishing Oaks, the Sheep feeding and the Ploughman pursuing his labours. In the fore-ground of this part is represented the Plan of the present Building and some of the Instruments employed in erecting an Edifice. The three Statues over the Pediment are, Divine Virtue in the Center, who is represented with wings signifying the height to which she soars, and the other two Statues represent Peace and Plenty as Emblems of Hospitality. This Plate is most humbly dedicated with all possible veneration and gratitude, to Edward Duke of Norfolk and to the Noble Lady, who Invented the above Design, By their Graces, most Faithful, and most Obedient Servant, James Paine, Architect. / Executed by William Collins, and Engraved by Charles Grignion.
Author
  • Grignion, Charles, 1721-1810,
Published
[London], : [unknown publisher], [1765 c.]
1 Holding library
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  • Printed resource

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