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Statementapproved September 4, 1984, American National Standards Institute, Inc. ; Secretariat, Council of National Library and Information Associations.
ContributionsCouncil of National Library and Information Associations (U.S.), American National Standards Committee on Library and Information Sciences and Related Publishing Practices, Z39.
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LC ClassificationsZ1001 .A55 1985
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Pagination24 p. :
Number of Pages24
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Open LibraryOL3028550M
LC Control Number85009037

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