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Y 3.N 88:25/7127 (INTERNET) New source term model for the RESRAD-OFFSITE code version 3 Yu, C., author.
Y 3.P 31:26/61 (INTERNET) Transparency is the key to legitimate Afghan parliamentary elections Worden, Scott, author.
Y 3.P 31:26/20 (INTERNET) The Tigris-Euphrates river basin : a science diplomacy opportunity Whitaker, Joel, author.
Y 3.N 88:53/0434 (INTERNET) The development and application of TRACE/PARCS model for Lungmen ABWR Wang, Jong-Rong, author.
Y 3.P 31:26/19 (INTERNET) Hydrocarbons in the Amazon : awakening old inequalities Vasquez, Patricia I., author.
Y 1.1/7:113-80 (INTERNET) Deployment of U.S. military personnel in South Sudan : communication from the President of the United States transmitting a letter informing the Congress that approximately 45 U.S. Armed Forces personnel were deployed to South Sudan to support the security of U.S. personnel and the embassy. United States. President (2009- : Obama), author.
Y 1.1/7:113-86 (INTERNET) Text of a proposed agreement for cooperation between the American Institute in Taiwan and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States : message from the President of the United States transmitting a proposed agreement for cooperation between the American Institute in Taiwan and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States concerning peaceful uses of nuclear energy, pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 2153(b), (d). United States. President (2009- : Obama), author.
Y 1.1/7:113-88 (INTERNET) Designation of funding for Overseas Contingency Operations/Global War on Terrorism : communication from the President of the United States transmitting a letter regarding the designation of Overseas and Contingency Operations United States. President (2009- : Obama), author.
Y 1.1/7:112-130/ (INTERNET) Feasibility report and environmental impact statement : Fargo-Moorehead metropolitan area flood risk management, July 2011: communication from the Assistant Secretary of the Army, Civil Works, the Department of Defense, transmitting the Corps final feasibility report and environmental impact statement. United States. Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works), author.
Y 3.C 83/3:2 INTERNET (INTERNET) U.S. Office of Special Counsel. United States. Office of Special Counsel, author.
Y 3.ET 3:2 INTERNET (INTERNET) The U.S. Office of Government Ethics. United States. Office of Government Ethics, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/203-05 (INTERNET) Proposed code of fair competition for the renovating of second-hand bagging and ties for covering cotton industry as submitted on August 31, 1933. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/231-11 (INTERNET) Proposed code of fair competition for the wholesale machine-made lace and embroidery industry. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/244-04 (INTERNET) Proposed code of fair competition for the Schiffli lace and embroidery industry as submitted on August 29, 1933. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/273-02 (INTERNET) Proposed code of fair competition for the thread industry as submitted on August 25, 1933. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/289-01 (INTERNET) Proposed code of fair competition for the varnished tubing and sleeving industry as submitted on August 28, 1933. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/297-1-13 (INTERNET) Proposed code of fair competition for the textile processing industry as revised on August 28, 1933. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/299-1-08 (INTERNET) Proposed code of fair competition for the quilting manufacturers industry as submitted on August 31, 1933. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/302-1-02 (INTERNET) Proposed code of fair competition for the cooperage industry as submitted on August 29, 1933. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06 (INTERNET) Code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on August 19, 1933 by President Roosevelt. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.5 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on March 23, 1934 by President Roosevelt. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.6 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on March 30, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.7 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on April 6, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.8 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on April 13, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.9 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on April 27, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.10 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on May 3, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.11 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry, as approved on June 5, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.12 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry, as approved on June 11, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.13 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry, as approved on June 19, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.14 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry, as approved on June 22, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.15 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on July 16, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.19 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on August 2, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.20 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on September 9, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.21 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on September 14, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.22 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on September 19, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.23 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on October 6, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.24 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on October 19, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.25 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on November 27, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.26 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on December 18, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.27 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on January 8, 1935. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.28 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on January 14, 1935. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.29 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on January 29, 1935. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/313-1-06/AMEND.30 (INTERNET) Amendment to code of fair competition for the lumber and timber products industry as approved on January 31, 1935. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/1013-07 (INTERNET) Proposed code of fair competition for the white wet ground mica industry, as submitted on August 18, 1933. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/1040-04 (INTERNET) Proposed code of fair competition for the stoneware industry as submitted on August 30, 1933. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/1042-01 (INTERNET) Proposed code of fair competition for the roofing contracting industry of St. Louis, Missouri as submitted on August 31, 1933. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/1104-01 (INTERNET) Proposed code of fair competition for the bolt, nut and rivet industry as submitted on August 24, 1933. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/1104-08/SUPPL.52 (INTERNET) Supplementary code of fair competition for the tubular split and outside pronged rivet manufacturing industry (a division of the fabricated metal products manufacturing and metal finishing and metal coating industry) as approved on September 22, 1934. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/1153-1-01 (INTERNET) Code of fair competition for the all metal insect screen industry as approved on November 14, 1933 by President Roosevelt. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 3.N 21/8:7/1734-04 (INTERNET) Code of fair competition for the engineering inspection industry as submitted on August 24, 1933. United States. National Recovery Administration, author.
Y 10.2:D 36/18 (INTERNET) Options for reducing the deficit : 2014-2023. United States. Congressional Budget Office, author.
Y 4.IN 2/11:S.HRG.99-844 (INTERNET) Sioux Nation Black Hills Act : hearing before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-ninth Congress, second session, on S. 1453, to reaffirm the boundaries of the Great Sioux Reservation to convey federally held lands in the Black Hills to the Sioux Nation to provide for the economic development, resource protection, and self-determination of the Sioux Nation to remove barriers to the free exercise of traditional Indian religion in the Black Hills to preserve the sacred Black Hills from desecration to establish a wildlife sanctuary and for other purposes, July 16, 1986, Washington, DC. United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Indian Affairs, author.
Y 3.C 42/2:2 INTERNET (INTERNET) CSB : U.S. Chemical Safety Board. United States. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board, author.
Y 3.AR 2/2:2 INTERNET (INTERNET) US Arctic Research Commission. United States. Arctic Research Commission, author.
Y 3.AR 2:2 INTERNET (INTERNET) Architect of the Capitol. United States. Architect of the Capitol, author.
Y 3.C 76/3:2 INTERNET (INTERNET) United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, author.
Y 3.C 76/3:2 INTERNET/2 (INTERNET) ATVSafety.gov. U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, author.
Y 3.P 31:26/22 (INTERNET) Western Sahara : the failure of negotiations without preconditions Theofilopoulou, Anna, author.
Y 10.2:M 31/2 (INTERNET) Mandatory spending : trends and sources of growth. Purcell, Patrick J., author.
Y 10.2:V 64/7 (INTERNET) The health care system for veterans : an interim report. Percy, Allison, author.
Y 3.P 31:26/18 (INTERNET) The rule of law in Haiti after the earthquake O'Connor, Vivienne M., 1977-, author.
Y 10.2:UN 2/7 (INTERNET) Undergraduate enrollment and completion among minorities. Noell, Jay, author.
Y 3.P 31:26/96 (INTERNET) The challenge of keeping Haitians safe Maguire, Robert, author.
Y 3.J 27:2 INTERNET (INTERNET) Japan-United States Friendship Commission : an independent federal agency supporting people & partnerships. Japan-United States Friendship Commission, author.
Y 10.2:C 17/14 (INTERNET) Limiting carbon dioxide emissions : prices versus caps. Dinan, Terry, author.
Y 3.P 31:26/21 (INTERNET) Preventing conflict in the Stans Claes, Jonas, author.
Y 10.2:N 88/5 (INTERNET) Projected costs of U.S. nuclear forces, 2014 to 2023. Bennett, Michael, author.
Y 3.P 31:26/62 (INTERNET) Stabilizing Chad : security, governance and development challenges Bekoe, Dorina Akosua Oduraa, author.
Y 10.2:P 92/2 (INTERNET) Would prescription drug importation reduce U.S. drug spending?. Baker, Colin (Colin Sean), author.
Y 10.2:IN 8/4 (INTERNET) Why does U.S. investment abroad earn higher returns than foreign investment in the United States?
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