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  1. 2006
  2. James, M, Black, P, Carmichael, P, Conner, C, Dudley, P, Fox, A, Frost, D, Honour, L, MacBeath, J, McCormick, R, Marshall, B, Pedder, D, Procter, R, Swaffield, S & Wiliam, D 2006, Learning how to learn: Tools for schools. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203967171
  3. Eisen, C, Mozart the Dramatist, 2006, Performance, BBC.
  4. Barn, R, Ladino, C & Rogers, MB 2006, Parenting in multi-racial Britain. Parenting in Practice, National Children's Bureau, London.
  5. Jackson, A 2006, "The British Empire and the Second World War". Hambledon Continuum, London.
  6. Lees, C & Overing, GR (eds) 2006, A Place to Believe in: Locating Medieval Landscapes. Pennsylvania State University Press, Pennsylvania.
  7. Steinhoefel, KK, Iliopoulos, C & Park, K (eds) 2006, Algorithms in Bioinformatics. Texts in Algorithms, volume 6 edn, College Publications.
  8. Wintle, C 2006, All the Gods. Britten's 'Night-piece' in Context. Plumbago Books/Boydell & Brewer, London/Woodbridge.
  9. Hawrylowicz, C & Contributor 2006, Allergy. Third edn, Mosby Elsevier.
  10. Barrington, SF, Maisey, MN & Wahl, RL 2006, An Atlas of Clinical Positron Emission Tomograph. 2nd edn, Hodder Arnold, London.
  11. Gibson, S, Sims, SJ & Ryrie, I 2006, An evaluation of Cherry Orchards: a Camphill community. Mental Health Foundation.
  12. Haarer, F 2006, Anastasius I; Politics and Empire in Late Antiquity. 1st edn, Francis Cairns, Cambridge.
  13. Weninger, R 2006, Arno Schmidt Auswahlbibliographie. 2 edn, Edition Text + Kritik, Munich.
  14. Archer, R (ed.) 2006, Ausiàs March. Verse Translations of Thirty Poems. FundacióCarulla/Tamesis, Barcelona and London.
  15. O'Hagan, A 2006, Be near me. Faber, London.
  16. MacCabe, JH, O'Daly, O, Murray, RM, McGuffin, P & Wright, P (eds) 2006, Beyond Nature Versus Nurture: Genes, environment and their interaction in Psychiatry. Taylor and Francis, Oxford.
  17. Blackmore, PD & Castley, A 2006, Capability development in universities. Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, London.
  18. Glover, J 2006, Choosing Children: Genes, Disability and Design. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  19. McGrath, A 2006, Christianity: An Introduction. Blackwell, Oxford.
  20. Ciula, A (ed.) 2006, CliP 2006 Conference Abstracts. Office for Humanities Computing, London.
  21. Weninger, R (ed.) 2006, Comparative Literature at a Crossroads? Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.
  22. Shaw, WT 2006, Complex Analysis with Mathematica. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  23. Wallace, RA & Wolf, A 2006, Contemporary sociological theory: expanding the classical tradition. 6th ed. edn, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, N.J.
  24. Brownsword, R 2006, Contract Law: Themes for the Twenty-First Century. 2 edn, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  25. Taylor, JE 2006, Conversations with Mr. Prain. 1st ed. edn, Melville House Pub, Hoboken, N.J.
  26. Karim-Cooper, F 2006, Cosmetics in Shakespearean and Renaissance Drama. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.
  27. Moustakis, F, Chaudhuri, R & Conflict Studies Research Centre (Great Britain) 2006, Counting the cost of an American unilateralist policy: a superpower at risk? Special series, vol. 06/43, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Conflict Studies Research Centre, [Camberley, Surrey].
  28. Chabal, P & Daloz, J-P 2006, Culture Troubles: politics and the interpretation of meaning. Chicago University Press; Hurst, Chicago; London.
  29. Lewis, P 2006, Delayed Prosecution for Childhood Sexual Abuse. 1st edn, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  30. Sedmak, C & Schmidinger, H (eds) 2006, Der Mensch - ein zoon politikón? Gemeinschaft-Öffentlichkeit-Macht. Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt.
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