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Anglo-russkii slovar naibolee upotrebitelnykh sokrashchenii : okolo 10 000 edinits / N.O. Volkova and I.A. Nikaronova
Bib ID 1797857
Format BookBook
Author
Volkova, N. O. (Natalia Olegovna)
 
Description Moskva : Russkii iazyk, 1992 
464 p. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 5200016932
Notes

Title on added t.p. in English: English-Russian dictionary of most commonly used abbreviations.

Subjects Abbreviations, English.  |  Abbreviations, English -- Dictionaries -- Russian.
Other authors/contributors Nikanorova, I. A. (Irina Aleksandrovna)
Also Titled

English-Russian dictionary of most commonly used abbreviations.

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