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[Taiwan di qu xian jie duan tu di li yong yan tao hui lun wen ji] / zhu ban dan wei guo li zhong xing da xue fa shang xue yuan di zheng xue xi ; xie ban dan wei Nei zheng bu, Jiao you bu
Bib ID 1703389
Format BookBook
Author
Taiwan di ju xian jie duan tu di li yong yan tao hui. (1989 : Taipei, Taiwan)
 
Description [Taipei] : Guo li Zhong xing da xue fa shang xue yuan di zheng xue xi, min guo 78 [1989] 
9 v. ; 26 cm. 
Subjects Land use -- Taiwan -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Guo li zhong xing da xue. Di zheng xue xi

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