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BNMAU dakh uzel surtlyn temtsliin tuukhen turshlagaas : khamtyn buteel / redaktor: D. Dashzhamts, G. Luvsantseren
Bib ID 736031
Format BookBook
Description Ulaanbaatar : [Shinzhlekh Ukhaany Akademiin], 1985 
160 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

At head of title: BNMAY-yn Shinzhlekh Ukhaany Akademi. Filosofi, sotsiologi, erkhiin khureelen.

Errata slip inserted.

Subjects Mongolia -- Politics and government.
Other authors/contributors Luvsantseren, G  |  Dashzhamts, Dulamyn  |  Filosofi, Sotsiologi, Erkhiin Khureelen (BNMAU-yn Shinzhlekh Ukhaany Akademi)

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