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Trente-six facons de mettre le bilinguisme a votre service = Thirty-six ways to put bilingualism to work for you / [prepared by the Dept. of the Secretary of State in cooperation with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce]
Bib ID 1587791
Format BookBook
Author
Canada. Secretary of State
 
Description [Ottawa : Secretary of State ; Montreal : Canadian Chamber of Commerce, 1976] 
35 p. : col. ill. ; 22 x 28 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Text in French and English.

Includes index.

Subjects Bilingualism -- Canada.  |  Advertising -- Canada.
Other authors/contributors Canadian Chamber of Commerce
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Thirty-six ways to put bilingualism to work for you

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