Appropriateness and effectiveness of vocational rehabilitation in Florida: costs, referrals, services, and outcomes
Gardner, John A
Cambridge, Mass. Workers Compensation Research Institute. c1988. xix, 67 p.
Appropriateness and performance of Kenyan energy sector institutions: case studies and comparative analysis of public, power, and petroleum sectors and implications to energy and environmental management
Okech, Benjamin A ; Nyoike, Patrick M
[Nairobi]. African Energy Policy Research Network. . 140 leaves.
Appropriateness of acute medical care for the elderly: an analysis of the literature
Brook, Robert H
Santa Monica, Calif. Rand Corp. . xiii, 58 p.
The appropriateness of manipulation and mobilization of the cervical spine
Coulter, Ian D
Santa Monica, CA. RAND. c1996. xv, 115 p.
Appropriateness of medical care: an expert-based measurement
Lewis, Sandra Zelman
1988. ix, 219 leaves.
Appropriateness of percentage depletion in taxable income determination
Connelly, John Robert
[University Park]. Pennsylvania State University, Graduate School, Dept. of Accounting. 1961. 69 l.
The Appropriateness of selected medical and surgical procedures: relationship to geographical variations
Chassin, Mark R
Washington, D.C. Association for Health Services Research. 1989. xvi, 159 p.
The Appropriateness of spinal manipulation for low-back pain: indications and ratings by an all-chiropractic expert panel
Shekelle, Paul G
Santa Monica, CA. Rand. 1992. xi, 117 p.
Appropriateness of the continued institutionalization of the State school population in New York State
[Albany]. State of New York, Dept. of Mental Hygiene. 1969. 95 p.
The appropriateness of the Federal interagency day care requirements: report of findings and recommendations
Washington. U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1978. xxxvii, 304 p.
Appropriateness review of health care services: a manual for lawyers, planners, and hospitals
Chicago. American Hospital Association. c1980. ix, 116 p.
The Appropriate object: Maren Hassinger, Richard Hunt, Oliver Jackson, Alvin Loving, Betye Saar, Raymond Saunders, John Scott
Buffalo, N.Y. Albright-Knox Art Gallery. c1989. 79 p.
Appropriate offshore fish harvesting technology: an assessment of the detrimental effects of the use of factory freezer trawlers
[St. Johns, Newfoundland. Dept. of Fisheries. 1985]. 31 leaves.
London. Social Research Development. 1968. , 18 leaves.
The appropriate placement school: a sophisticated nongraded curriculum
Brown, B. Frank
West Nyack, N.Y. Parker Pub. Co. . xxi, 198 p.
Appropriate post-harvest technologies for horticultural crops in Asia
Tokyo. Asian Productivity Organization. 2000. 274 p.
Appropriate post harvest technology of fruits in Nepal: a case study of apples
Shrestha, Krishna Bahadur
Kathmandu. Udaya Research and Development Services. 1996. 110,  p.
Appropriate products, employment, and technology: case-studies on consumer choice and basic needs in developing countries
Ginneken, Wouter van ; Baron, Christopher G
New York. St. Martin's Press. 1984. xi, 260 p.
Appropriate remuneration in developing countries: three-dimensional models for executives and workers
Kuppachi, Rama Murthy
New Delhi . Sage Publications. 1990. 262 p.
[Indiana]. H.C. Drudge. c1994. vi, 136, xxxiii p.
The appropriate role of user charges in state and local finance: NCSL Foundation Fiscal Partners, Phase V
Mackey, Scott R
Denver, Colo. The Conference. . ix, 94 p.
Appropriate sanitation alternatives: a technical and economic appraisal
Kalbermatten, John M ; Julius, DeAnne S ; Gunnerson, Charles G
Baltimore. Published for the World Bank [by] the Johns Hopkins University Press. c1982. xii, 115 p.
Appropriate sanitation alternatives: a planning and design manual
Kalbermatten, John M
Baltimore. Published for the World Bank [by] the Johns Hopkins University Press. c1982. xiii, 160 p.
Appropriate sericulture techniques
Jolly, Manjeet Singh
Mysore, India. International Centre for Training & Research in Tropical Sericulture. 1987. 175 p.
Appropriate strategies for technology acquisition and industrial development
Qurashi, M. M
Islamabad. Institute of Strategic Studies. 1982. 63 p.
Appropriate techniques for development and manufacture of low-cost potato-based food products in developing countries
Keane, Peter J
Lima, Peru. International Potato Center. 1986. ix, 228 p.
Appropriate techniques for development planning
Saarbrücken . Breitenbach. 1986. vi, 117 p.
Appropriate technologies: basic sanitation = Tecnologias apropriadas : saneamento básico
[Brasília, Brazil]. Organização Panamericana de Saúde. 1985. 140 p.
Appropriate technologies and environmental education as possibilities for intercultural perception in the Himalayan area: proceedings of an International Conference of the King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation in Nepal, German Committee, 13th-14th of August, 1993, Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation, Bonn/Ittenbach
Heide, Susanne von der
Kathmandu. Ratna Pustak Bhandar. 1995. vii, 122 p.
Appropriate technologies for developing countries
Eckaus, Richard S
Washington. National Academy of Sciences. 1977. xiii, 140 p.
Appropriate technologies for semiarid areas: wind and solar energy for water supply : international conference, 15 to 20 September 1975, Berlin (West) : conference report
[Bonn]. German Foundation for International Development. . 334 p.
Appropriate technologies for small developing countries
Brighton. Smoothie Publications. 1974. 38 p.
Appropriate technologies for the development of agriculture in Africa: a synthesis of AAASA workshops held between 1978 and 1981
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. AAASA. 1981. v, 76 p.
Appropriate technologies for Third World development: proceedings of a conference held by the International Economic Association at Teheran, Iran
Robinson, E. A. G
New York. St. Martin's Press. 1979. xix, 417 p.
Appropriate technologies in cereal milling and fruit processing industries: a comparative sub-regional study of four East African countries, Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania and Zambia
Addis Ababa. JASPA. 1981. iii, 183 p.,  leaf of plates.
Appropriate technologies in cereal milling and fruit processing industries: a comparative sub-regional study of four West African countries--the Gambia, Ghana, Liberia, and Sierra Leone
Addis Ababa. JASPA. 1981. 2, 4, 186 p.
Appropriate technologies in cereal milling and fruit processing industries: report of a JASPA seminar held in Addis Ababa, from 30 November to 4 December 1981, to consider comparative studies in eight English-speaking African countries
Addis Ababa. International Labour Office, Jobs and Skills Programme for Africa. . 15, 2, 16, 9 p.
Appropriate technologies in civil engineering works in developing countries: an exploratory appraisal of the state of the art
New York. United Nations. 1976. vii, 64 p.
"Appropriate technologies" in the conservation of cultural property
Paris. Unesco Press. c1981. 136 p.
Appropriate technology: Hebel der Entwicklungspolitik
Bonn-Bad Godesberg. Forschungsinstitut der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Abteilung Entwicklungsländerforschung, Dokumentationsstelle. 1977. 38 leaves.
Appropriate technology: precepts and practices
New York. Vantage Press. c1981. xxiii, 311 p.
Appropriate technology: technology with a human face
Dunn, P. D
New York. Schocken Books. 1979, c1978. ix, 220 p.
Appropriate technology: scope for co-operation among the countries of the West African economic community : report of a study tour undertaken in Dakar, Nouakchott, Abidjan, Bamako, Niamey and Ouagadougou (11 November-10 December 1979)
Woillet, M. J. C
Geneva. International Labour Office. 1980. 104 p.
Appropriate technology: problems and promises
Paris. Development Centre of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. 1976. 344 p.
Appropriate technology: a bibliography of books and other materials in the Library, Unesco Regional Office for Education in Asia and Oceania
Bangkok, Thailand. Unesco. 1978. v, 103 p.
Appropriate technology: a directory of activities and projects
Washington. Integrative Design Associates : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1977. iii, 66 p.
Appropriate technology: hearings before the Subcommittee on Domestic and International Scientific Planning, Analysis, and Cooperation, of the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, second session, July 25, 26, 27, 1978
Washington. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1978. iv, 1289 p.
Appropriate technology: joint hearing before the Subcommittee on Energy Development and Applications of the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives and the Subcommittee on Energy Conservation and Supply of the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, U.S. Senate, Ninety-sixth Congress, first session, April 20, 1979
Washington. U.S. Govt. Print. Off. : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1979. v, 231 p.
Appropriate technology: research in alternative agriculture systems : hearing before the Subcommittee on Natural Resources, Agriculture Research, and Environment of the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, second session, September 30, 1982
Washington. U.S. G.P.O. 1983. iii, 98 p.
Appropriate technology and agriculture in the United States
[s.l.]. Integrative Design Associates. 1977. vii, 23 p.
Appropriate technology and development: a review of the Chinese experience
Singapore. Chopmen. 1980. iii, 19 p. ; 24 cm.
Appropriate technology and research for industrial development: report of the Advisory Committee on the Application of Science and Technology to Development on two aspects of industrial growth
New York. United Nations. 1972. iii, 51 p.
Appropriate technology and research projects
Hoda, M. M
Varanasi. Appropriate Technology Development Unit, Gandhian Institute of Studies. 1974. iv, 66 p.
Appropriate technology and rural development in Bangladesh: a directory of institutions : with special reference to organizations from the U.S.A., U.K., and Southeast Asia
Gross, Philip H ; Selim, Mohammad
Dhaka, Bangladesh. Selim. 1983. 2, 138 leaves.
Appropriate technology and third world development
Dogbe, Julius Amega
[Khartoum]. Management Development and Productivity Centre, Research and Information Section. 1979. 31 leaves ; 33 cm.
Appropriate technology and training for women in South Asia
Islamabad, Pakistan. Asian and Pacific Skill Development Programme, International Labour Office. 1987. vi, 57 p.,  leaf of plates.
Appropriate technology, culture, and lifestyle in development: declarations and resolutions from the seminar
Pulau Tikus, Penang, Malaysia. Institut Masyarakat. c1982. 44 p.
Appropriate technology & development: with special reference to Pakistan
Qurashi, M. M
Islamabad. Appropriate Technology Development Organization, Govt. of Pakistan in collaboration with Pakistan Banking Council, Karachi & Pakistan Academy of Sciences, Islamabad. 1981. xv, 430 p.
Appropriate technology for African women
[Addis Ababa]. African Training and Research Centre for Women, Economic Commission for Africa, United Nations. 1978. iv, 90,  p.
Appropriate technology for basic services: a report of a UNICEF-sponsored inter-regional workshop held in Nairobi, Kenya from 19 to 26 March 1980
Nairobi, Kenya. UNICEF, Eastern Africa Regional Office. 1981. 68 p.
Appropriate technology for cotton yarn spinning on cottage basis in rural areas
Garg, M. K. (Mahaish Krishna)
Lucknow. Appropriate Technology Development Association (India). . 41 p.,  p. of plates : ill. ; 26 cm.
Appropriate technology for developing countries
Delft, the Netherlands. Delft University Press. 1982. 356 p.,  leaf of plates.
Appropriate technology for employment creation in the food processing and drink industries of developing countries
Geneva. International Labour Office. 1978. 88 p.
Appropriate technology for grain storage in Tanzanian villages: report of a pilot project, January, 1977
[ ] : The Fund, 1977. vii, 120 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Appropriate technology for planning hydroelectric power projects in Nepal: the need for assumption analysis
Chandler, Charles G
Austin, Tex. (10100 Burnet Rd., Austin 78758). Center for Research in Water Resources, Bureau of Engineering Research, University of Texas at Austin. c1981. xiv, 220 p.
Appropriate technology for remote communities: a selection of papers illustrating the effort carried out by the Remote Area Developments Group, Murdoch University
Kutay, Cat ; Ho, G. E
Murdoch, W.A. Remote Area Developments Group, Institute for Environmental Science, Murdoch University. . 73 p.
Appropriate technology for rural development: a field study
Pande, B. M
Lucknow, U.P., India. Appropriate Technology Development Association. c1984. 135 p.,  p. of plates.
Appropriate technology for rural development in India
New Delhi. Concept Pub. House. 1991. 296 p.
Appropriate technology for sugar manufacturing in the developing countries: a further evidence from Sudan
Mohamed, Eltigani Seisi
[Khartoum?]. Development Studies and Research Centre, Faculty of Economic & Social Studies, University of Khartoum. 1976 [i.e. 1986?]. 44 leaves.
Appropriate technology for the basic needs of South Africa
Slabbert, T. J .C
[Port Elizabeth]. Institute for Planning Research, University of Port Elizabeth. . x, 112 p.
Appropriate technology for the treatment of wastewaters for small rural communities: report on a WHO meeting, Lyon, 7-11 June 1982
Copenhagen. World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe. c1985. 62 p.
Appropriate technology for water supply and sanitation
Kalbermatten, John M ; Julius, DeAnne S ; Gunnerson, Charles G
Washington, D.C. Transportation, Water, and Telecommunications Dept., World Bank. c1980. iii, 124 p.
Appropriate technology from NRDC of India
New Delhi. National Research Development Corporation of India. 1982-1983. 2 v.
Appropriate technology in a digital age: the application of personal digital assistants : a case study from Zambia
Serlemitsos, Elizabeth Thompson
Lusaka. [s.n. 2003]. iv, 9 p.
Appropriate technology in civil engineering: proceedings of the conference held by the Institution of Civil Engineers, 14-16 April, 1980
London. T. Telford. c1981. 223 p.
Appropriate technology in economic development: proceedings of a seminar held in the University of Edinburgh under the joint auspices of the Centre of African Studies and the School of Engineering Science (Electrical Engineering) September 1973
[Edinburgh]. Centre of African Studies and School of Engineering Science, University of Edinburgh. . iv, 454 p.
Appropriate technology information for developing countries: selected abstracts from the NTIS data file
Bundick, Paul L
Springfield, Va. The Service. 1981. xxx, 453 p.
Appropriate technology information for developing countries: selected abstracts from the NTIS data file
Bundick, Paul L
[Washington, D.C.]. NTIS. [c1980]. xxiv, 384 p. (p. 383-384 ordering instructions).
Appropriate technology in post-modern times: report on an international workshop held in Frankfurt, 1992
Braunschweig. Vieweg. c1994. 137 p.
Appropriate technology in the Commonwealth: a directory of institutions
London. Food Production & Rural Development Division, Commonwealth Secretariat. [c1977]. v, 64 p.
Appropriate technology in the development of South Africa
Spies, P. H
Stellenbosch. Unit for Futures Research, University of Stellenbosch. . iii, 82 leaves.
Appropriate technology in the rural industries sector of Bangladesh
Dhaka, Bangladesh. Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies. 1987. 39 p.
Appropriate technology in the United States: an exploratory study
[Washington]. National Science Foundation/Research Applied to National Needs (R.A.N.N.), Division of Exploratory Research and Systems Analysis : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. 1977. ix, 52 p.
Appropriate technology in vector control
Curtis, C. F
Boca Raton, Fla. CRC Press. c1990. 233 p.
Appropriate technology in water supply and waste disposal: proceedings of a session sponsored by the Research Council on Environmental Impact Analysis of the ASCE Technical Council on Research at the ASCE National Convention in Chicago, Illinois, October 16-20, 1978
Gunnerson, Charles G ; Kalbermatten, John M
New York. American Society of Civil Engineers. c1979. 270 p.,  leaf of plates.
Appropriate technology in Zambia: suggested policy implications and research direction
Helsinki, Finland. Institute of Development Studies, University of Helsinki. . 20 leaves.
Appropriate technology microfiche reference library
Stanford, Calif. Volunteers in Asia. 1986?. ca. 1,700 microfiches.
Appropriate technology organizations: a worldwide directory
Jefferson, N.C. McFarland. c1984. vi, 149 p.
Appropriate technology preliminary directory for Zambia
[Lusaka, Zambia]. YWCA. [1985 or 1986]. 158 p.
Appropriate technology, productivity, and employment in agriculture in Uganda: the case study of the Kibimba and Doho Rice Schemes
Kampala, Uganda. Centre for Basic Research. . 75 p.
Appropriate technology products of Ghana
Accra. DAPIT Project Secretariat. 1997. vi, 97 p.
Appropriate technology sourcebook: a guide to practical books for village and small community technology
Darrow, Ken ; Saxenian, Mike
Stanford, Calif., USA. Appropriate Technology Project, Volunteers in Asia. c1986. 800 p.
Appropriate technology sourcebook for the South Sudan: report of a workshop held on 13 August 1983 in Jūbā, Equatoria Region, Sudan
Albee, Alana ; Clark, George G
[Jūbā], Sudan. Dept. of Community Development, Directorate of Cooperatives and Rural Development, Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources, Cooperatives, and Rural Development. [1983?]. 90 p.
Appropriate Technology Workshop: held at the Zimbabwe College of Forestry, Mutare, 21st-23rd August 1996
[Harare]. Association for Sustainable Land Use in Zimbabwe. [1996?]. 72 p.
Appropriate techonology for small and medium enterprises in SADC countries: papers presented to the Workshop of the SEPAC Working Group "Information, Technology, and Technology Transfer", Kanye, 2-3 November 1998
Gaborone, Botswana. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung. . 127 p.
Appropriate use of fertilizers in Asia and the Pacific: proceedings of a seminar, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC, November 6-14, 1995
Tokyo. Asian Productivity Organization. 1996. xx, 464 p.
Appropriate use of fluorides for human health
Murray, John J
Geneva. World Health Organization. 1986. vi, 131 p.
Appropriate use policies for computers in college/university libraries
Tuten, Jane H ; Junker, Karen
Chicago. College Library Information Packet Committee, College Libraries Section, Association of College and Research Libraries, a Division of the American Library Association. 2002. vii, 202 p.
Appropriate uses of anthropometric indices in children: a report based on an ACC/SCN Workshop
Beaton, George H
[Geneva, Switzerland]. United Nations, Administrative Committee on Coordination/Subcommittee on Nutrition. 1990. 51 p.
Appropriate village technology for basic services: a catalogue of devices displayed at the UNICEF/Kenya government, Village Technology Unit, Nairobi, Kenya ; photographs, E. Thorning, A. Vollan
Nairobi, Kenya. UNICEF, Eastern Africa Regional Office. [1976?]. 55 p.
Appropriate waste management for developing countries
New York. Plenum Press. c1985. xvi, 673 p.
Appropriate waste management technologies: proceedings of the International Conference, held in Perth, Australia, 27-28, November 1991
Ho, G. E ; Mathew, Kuruvilla
Oxford . Pergamon Press. 1993. vii, 220 p.
Appropriate wastewater management technologies for rural areas under adverse conditions: based on a workshop held at Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 14 to 15, 1986
Waller, D. H ; Townshend, A. R
Halifax, N.S., Canada. Tech Press, in collaboration with the Centre for Water Resources Studies. c1987. vi, 372 p.
The appropriate word: finding the best way to say what you mean
Hook, J. N
Reading, Mass. Addison-Wesley Pub. Co. c1990. xvii, 259 p.
Appropriating Blackness: performance and the politics of authenticity
Johnson, E. Patrick
Durham [N.C.]. Duke University Press. 2003. xiii, 365 p.
Appropriating folk culture: a study of the post-Independence Indian cinema
Behera, Guru Charan
Delhi. Authors Press. 2008. viii, 173 p.
[Aberdeen]. Aberdeen University Press. 1980. xx, 65,  p.
Appropriating literacy: writing and reading in English as a second language
Portsmouth, NH. Boynton/Cook. c1992. xvii, 151 p.