American Edition

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Edward Anthony Spitzka - Publications
... DaCosta) Seventeenth American Edition of Gray's Anatomy (Sept ... Edited Eighteenth American Edition of Gray's Anatomy (Oct ... Edited Nineteenth American Edition of Gray's Anatomy (July 1913) ...
Dr. Thorndyke - Works - Short Stories
... Lock (1925) The Magic Casket (1927) Two different omnibus editions of the collected Dr ... The British edition is R ... The American edition is R ...
SilverFin - Publication History
... 3 March 2005, Puffin Books, paperback, first British edition 3 March 2005, Puffin Books, abridged audiobook, first British edition Narrated by Charlie Higson. 2 April 2005, Miramax Books, hardcover, first American edition 6 October 2005, Puffin Books, hardcover, first British edition Limited edition. 1 April 2006, Miramax Books, paperback, first American edition 11 April 2006, Listening Library, unabridged audiobook, first American edition Narrated by Nathaniel Parker ...
Charles Anthon - Publications - Reference and Instructional Works
5th American edition, corrected and improved by Charles Anthon (1825) ... Anthon, 8th edition (1833) ... new American edition with corrections and improvements by Charles Anthon, Philadelphia Butler Williams (1844) ...
Anglican Missal - American Edition
... The Gavin edition of the Anglican Missal in the American Edition is in turn simply an American version of the missal produced in England ... The new American edition of the Anglican Missal still retains the three versions of the Eucharistic prayer that were in the former edition ... These are the American Canon of 1928 (related to Eucharistic Prayer I in the 1979 Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America ...

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