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Chas. C. Ford's Newspaper Manual: Containing the Names Of...newspapers and ... - Page 309
by Charles C. Ford - 1885 - 312 pages
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Annual Report, Volumes 41-42

Business & Economics - 1891
...contributing to a large output. The principal increase is in beer cooperage, which finds sale throughout all parts of the United States, and. to some extent, in foreign countries. The business in naval stores largely exceeded any previous year, the receipts of rosin having aggregated...
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Annual Report of the President of Stanford University for the ... Academic ...

Stanford University - 1904
...and also the examinations of the College Entrance Board. The examinations of this Board are held in all parts of the United States, and to some extent in foreign countries. It is not impossible that the natural growth of these uniform Board examinations may make it unnecessary...
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Annual Report of the President

Stanford University - 1904
...and also the examinations of the College Entrance Board. The examinations of this Board are held in all parts of the United States, and to some extent in foreign countries. It is not impossible that the natural growth of these uniform Board examinations may make it unnecessary...
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Proceedings of the ...: National Conservation Congress ...

Natural resources - 1911
...final consumer; and southern coal is shipped to serve as the raw material for power and heat in other parts of the United States and, to some extent, in foreign countries. This is a waste of energy which, under ideal conditions of Conservation would be avoided ; and I am...
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Annual Report

Massachusetts. Board of probation - Probation - 1917
...features, and, aside from being found useful to our own officers and courts, has been much in demand in all parts of the United States and to some extent in foreign countries. Several leaflets on probation topics have been published by the Commission, and others are in contemplation....
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