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Legolingo : the cadets' language / compiled by Bill Cowham ; with an introduction by Rob Darby
Bib ID 1799809
Format BookBook
Author
Cowham, Bill
 
Description [Canberra : Bill Cowham?, 1987] 
xix, 25 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0731700430
Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Australian Defence Force Academy -- Language -- Dictionaries.  |  Soldiers -- Australia -- Language -- Dictionaries.  |  English language -- Australia -- Slang -- Dictionaries.
Also Titled

Lego lingo

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