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Making women visible : the use of inclusive language with the ASB ; a report by the Liturgical Commission of the General Synod of the Church of England
Bib ID 2986337
Format BookBook
Author
Church of England. Liturgical Commission
 
Edition General Synod ed. 
Description London : Church House, 1989 
viii, 69 p. 
ISBN 0715137239 (paperback)
Notes

Church of England. Public worship. Rituals: Church of England. Alternative service book 1980. Language (BNB/PRECIS)

Subjects Sexism in language.  |  Sexism in religion.
Other authors/contributors Church of England. Alternative service book. 1980

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