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English-Russian dictionary : 60,000 words used in the Russian spoken language, science, politics, literature and mechanics (technology) with the addition of short grammatical rules
Bib ID 950791
Format BookBook
Author
Miuller, V. K. (Vladimir Karlovich), 1880-
 
Edition New 1944 ed. 
Printer (1948 printing)
Description New York : Dutton, 1944 
776 (i. e. 778) p. 
Notes

Added t.-p. title: Anglo-russkii slovar'.

"First published in the United States, 1944."

Subjects Dictionaries -- Russian.
Also Titled

Anglo-russkii slovar'

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