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[China]: n.pub. n.d. 40 pages, slender pamphlet, very good. OCLC shows one holding at Princeton as of December 2018. Republican-era glossary of medical terminology, giving the English translation as well as Chinese characters approximating the English pronunciation (not in Mandarin, but in a southern dialect).
Ankara, istanbul: Cumhuriyet Basimevi, 1943-57. All four thick volumes of the series, custom bound in green boards with the name of a noted Mongolist embossed on the covers (details upon request); paper evenly toned, otherwise very good. Major work in preparation for a historical dictionary of Turkish.
Mexico City: Editorial Pax-Mexico, 1961. 47p., 5.75x7.75 inches, prior owner's name, first edition booklet, very good in stapled blue pictorial wraps. "As a former Public Health nurse in Austin, Texas, where nearly twenty-five percent of the population is Spanish-speaking ... I have frequently ovserved, in regard to nursing, the very.....
Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster, 1996. Paperback. xiii, 256p., introduction, epilogue, bibliography, index, illustrated with cartoons, personal inscription to Bruce Rodger author of "The Queen's Vernacular" who Dalzell thanks in the acknowledgements, signed by the author and with a large Post-It note sheet with a long note to Rodgers apologizing for delays.....