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Manual on bibliographic control / compiled by the IFLA International Office for UBC [for the] General Information Programme and UNISIST
Bib ID 1946217
Format BookBook
Description Paris : United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 1983 
vii, 85 pages ; 30 cm. 
Notes

"PGI-83/WS/8"

Subjects International Standard Book Numbers.  |  Universal bibliography.  |  Bibliography, National.  |  Cooperative cataloging.
Other authors/contributors IFLA International Office for UBC  |  Unesco. General Information Programme  |  UNISIST (Program)

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