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[Command papers]
Bib ID 1136432
Format JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
Author
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
 
Online Versions
Description London : H.M.S.O 
v. ; 25-30 cm. 
Numbering Note To 1986 designation preceded by the letters Cmnd.  From 1986 numbering restarts and the designation is preceded by the letters Cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Some issues accompanied by CD-ROMs.

Description based on: Cmnd. 7370 (1978).

Cited In

HMSO annual catalogue

HMSO monthly catalogue

Life Dates -Cmnd 9927 (1986) ; Cm 1 (1986)- 
Subjects Great Britain -- Politics and government -- Periodicals.
Also Titled

Also known as: House of Commons command papers

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