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Ships and boats

Douglas Hextall Chedzey Phillips-Birt

Ships and boats

the nature of their design

by Douglas Hextall Chedzey Phillips-Birt

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Published by Studio Vista in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDouglas Phillips-Birt.
SeriesIntroductory handbook of art and design
The Physical Object
Pagination96p.,ill.,20cm
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18474892M

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Why don't boats capsize? History[ edit ] The African wildcat was probably first tamed in the Fertile Crescent during the first agricultural revolution that started about 10, years ago. Last updated: December 17, Cassidy, who had supervised the fitting of the Scorpion with practice torpedoes, finds that they have become live weapons. Cities and towns around Lake Erie including Detroit and the Detroit River are highlighted and readers can get a glimpse of life aboard a 1,footer, thanks to a trip by the author aboard the Walter J.


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