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The Log of a Cowboy By Andy Adams. Houghton Mifflin, 1955
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Logic and Criticism By William Righter. Chilmark Press, 1963
Logic and Declarative Language By Michael Downward. Taylor & Francis, 1998
Logic and Its Limits By Patrick Shaw. Oxford University Press, 1997 (2nd edition)
Logic and Knowledge By Bertrand Russell, Robert Charles Marsh. Spokesman, 2007
Logic and Language (Second Series) - Vol. 7 By Antony Flew. Oxford University Press, 1953
Logic and the Basis of Ethics By Arthur N. Prior. Clarendon Press, 1949
Logic as the Science of the Pure Concept By Benedetto Croce, Douglas Ainslie. MacMillan, 1917
The Logic of Anarchy: Neorealism to Structural Realism By Barry Buzan, Charles Jones, Richard Little. Columbia University Press, 1993
The Logic of Collective Choice By Thomas Schwartz. Columbia University Press, 1986
The Logic of Concept Expansion By Meir Buzaglo. Cambridge University Press, 2001
FREE! The Logic of Hegel: Translated from the Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences By Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, William Wallace. Clarendon Press, 1892
The Logic of Japanese Politics By Gerald L. Curtis. NY: Columbia Univeersity Press, 1999
The Logic of Liberty By G. B. Madison. Greenwood Press, 1986
The Logic of Markedness By Edwin L. Battistella. Oxford University Press, 1996
The Logic of Modern Science By J. R. Kantor. Principia Press, 1971
The Logic of Reliable Inquiry By Kevin T. Kelly. Oxford University Press, 1996
The Logic of Science By Harold R. Smart. D. Appleton and Company, 1931
The Logic of the History of Ideas By Mark Bevir. Cambridge University Press, 1999
Logic on the Track of Social Change By David Braybrooke, Bryson Brown, Peter K. Schotch. Oxford University, 1995
Logic, a Comprehensive Introduction By Samuel D. Guttenplan, Martin Tamny. Basic Books, 1971
FREE! Logic, Deductive and Inductive By John Grier Hibben. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1905
Logic: The Question of Truth By Martin Heidegger, Thomas Sheehan. Indiana University Press, 2010
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FREE! Logic: Or, the Morphology of Knowledge - Vol. 1 By Bernard Bosanquet. Clarendon Press, 1888
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Logic By Paul Tomassi. Routledge, 1999
FREE! Logic By Arnold Ruge, Wilhelm Windelband, Josiah Royce, Louis Couturat, Benedetto Croce, Federigo Enriques, Nicolaj Losskij, B. Ethel Meyer. MacMillan, 1913
Logical Essays By Josiah Royce, Daniel S. Robinson. W. C. Brown Co., 1951
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Logical Positivism By A. J. Ayer. Free Press, 1959
The Logical Structure of Science By A. Cornelius Benjamin. K. Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. Ltd., 1936
Logico-Philosophical Studies By Albert Menne. D. Reidel Pub. Co., 1962
Logistical Support of the Armies - Vol. 2 By Roland G. Ruppenthal. Office of the Chief of Military History, United States Army, 1959
Logistics and the Extended Enterprise: Benchmarks and Best Practices for the Manufacturing Professional By Sandor Boyson, Thomas M. Corsi, Martin E. Dresner, Lisa H. Harrington, Elliot Rabinovich. Wiley, 1999
The Logos Reader: Rational Radicalism and the Future of Politics By Stephen Eric Bronner, Michael J. Thompson. University Press of Kentucky, 2006
The Lohans and A Bridge to Heaven By Wen Fong. Lord Baltimore Press, 1958
Lollards and Their Influence in Late Medieval England By Fiona Somerset, Jill C. Havens, Derrick G. Pitard. Boydell Press, 2003
FREE! Lollardy and the Reformation in England: An Historical Survey - Vol. 4 By James Gairdner, William Hunt. Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1908
The Lombard Laws By Katherine Fischer Drew. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1973
Lombard Street in War and Reconstruction By Benjamin H. Higgins. Financial Research Program, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1949
FREE! Lombard Towns of Italy By Egerton R. Williams Jr.. Dodd Mead and Company, 1914
Lombardi: An Illustrated Life By Chris Havel. Krause Publications, 2011
The London Compositor: Documents Relating to Wages, Working Conditions and Customs of the London Printing Trade, 1785-1900 By Ellic Howe. Bibliographical Society, 1947
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The London Daily Press, 1772-1792 By Lucyle Werkmeister. University of Nebraska Press, 1963
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A London Family, 1870-1900 By M. V. Hughes. Oxford University Press, 1991
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FREE! London Films and Certain Delightful English Towns By W. D. Howells. Harper & Brothers, 1911
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FREE! London Films By W. D. Howells. Harper & Brothers, 1905
FREE! London in English Literature By Percy H. Boynton. The University of Chicago Press, 1913
FREE! London in the Time of the Stuarts By Walter Besant. Adam & Charles Black, 1903
London Life in the XVIIIth Century By M. Dorothy George. Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1925
FREE! A London Life; The Patagonia; The Liar; Mrs. Temperly By Henry James. Macmillan & Co., 1889
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FREE! The London Merchant: Or, the History of George Barnwell, and Fatal Curiosity By George Lillo, Adolphus William Ward. D. C. Heath & Co., 1906
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The London Merchant By George Lillo, William H. McBurney. University of Nebraska Press, 1965
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The London Miscellany: A Nineteenth Century Scrapbook By Robert Harling. Oxford University Press, 1938
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London Poets and the American Revolution By James C. Gaston. Whitston, 1979
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A London Reverie: Fifty-Six Drawings By Joseph Pennell, J. C. Squire. Macmillan, 1937
The London Stock Exchange: A History By Ranald C. Michie. Oxford University Press, 1999
London Underground: A Cultural Geography By David Ashford. Liverpool University Press, 2013
London, Metropolis of the Slave Trade By James A. Rawley. University of Missouri Press, 2003
FREE! London By A. R. Hope Moncrieff. A. & C. Black, 1910
FREE! London By Walter Besant. Harper & Brothers, 1892
FREE! London's Underworld By Thomas Holmes. J.M. Dent & Sons, 1912
Lone Motherhood in Twentieth-Century Britain: From Footnote to Front Page By Kathleen Kiernan, Hilary Land, Jane Lewis. Clarendon Press, 1998
Lone Star Blue and Gray: Essays on Texas and the Civil War By Ralph A. Wooster, Robert Wooster. Texas State Historical Association Press, 2015 (2nd edition)
Lone Star Confederate: A Gallant and Good Soldier of the 5th Texas Infantry By George Skoch, Mark W. Perkins. Texas A&M University Press, 2003
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