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The machine tool: an interlingual dictionary of basic concepts; comprising an alphabetical dictionary and a classified vocabulary with definitions and illustrations. Prepared under the auspices of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe and under the direction of Eugen Wuster
Bib ID 563151
Format BookBook
Author
Wuster, Eugen
 
Edition [1st ed.] 
Description London, Technical Press [1968] 
1 v. (various pagings) illus. 23 cm. 
Notes

"English-French master volume."

Subjects Machine-tools - Dictionaries - Polyglot.  |  Dictionaries, Polyglot.
Other authors/contributors United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe
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Grundbegriffe bei Werkzeugmaschinen

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