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The Economy of Workshop Manipulation, A Logical Method of Learning Constructive Mechanics, Arranged with Questions for the Use of Apprentice Engineers and Students

By John Richards

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Title: The Economy of Workshop Manipulation, A Logical Method of Learning Constructive Mechanics, Arranged with Questions for the Use of Apprentice Engineers and Students  
Author: John Richards
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Language: English
Subject: Critical Thinking, Logic, Economics
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1876
Publisher: E. and F. N. Spon, Ltd.

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