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Shakai fukushi jiten / henshū Nakamura Yūichi ... [et al.]
社会福祉辞典 / 編集仲村優一 ... [et al.]
Bib ID 625416
Format BookBook
Description Tōkyō : Seishin Shōbō, 1974 
東京 : 誠信書房, 1974 
ISBN 4414605024
Subjects Social service -- Dictionaries -- Japanese.
Other authors/contributors Nakamura, Yūichi, 1921-
仲村優一, 1921-
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