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Sangyong Hancha sugŏ sajŏn = Handy dictionary note book : collection of Chinese characters in common use / Lloyd H. Snyder
常用漢字熟語辭典 = Handy dictionary note book : collection of Chinese characters in common use / Lloyd H. Snyder
Bib ID 88274
Format BookBook
Author
Snyder, Lloyd H
 
Description Kyŏngsŏng : Chosŏn Kidokkyo Sŏhoe, Sohwa 14 [1939] 
京城 : 朝鮮基督敎書會, 昭和 14 [1939] 
315, 45 p. ; 20 cm. 
Subjects Korean language - Idioms - Dictionaries - English.  |  Chinese language - Idioms - Dictionaries - Korean.
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Handy dictionary note book : collection of Chinese characters in common use.

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