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Ageing, a bibliography / [compiled and edited by Kati Sunner]
Bib ID 1143050
Format BookBook
Author
Wesley Central Mission (Melbourne, Vic.)
 
Edition 2nd rev. ed. 
Description Melbourne : Wesley Central Mission, 1993 
61 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1875146083
Subjects Wesley Central Mission (Melbourne, Vic.) -- Catalogs.  |  Older people -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.
Other authors/contributors Sunner, Kati, 1957-

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