2 edition of Life to a nation found in the catalog.
Life to a nation
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Collected poems, 1923-1953.
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family planning survey of Arbaji Village in Gezira area, Sudan.
German-English medical dictionary.
Urban land and housing policies
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To bring eternal life to million people in the next ten years by proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ to the nations of the world, and to edify the body of Christ through the prophetic preaching of the Word of God.
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