Developing cross-cultural capability proceedings of the conference at Leeds Metropolitan University, 16 December 1996 by

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Statementedited by David Killick and Margaret Parry.
ContributionsKillick, David., Parry, Margaret., Leeds Metropolitan University. Centre for Language Study.
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Pagination261p. :
Number of Pages261
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Open LibraryOL18049020M
ISBN 101898883661

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