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Statementeditors, Juan M. Delgado Sánchez, Tomás Domínguez Benavides.
ContributionsDelgado Sanchez, Juan M., Domínguez Benavides, T. 1951-
LC ClassificationsQA300 .I488 2007
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Paginationxiv, 194 p. :
Number of Pages194
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Open LibraryOL23688484M
ISBN 109812818448
ISBN 109789812818447
LC Control Number2009275815

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