The 1993 DOG guide to careers in public service.

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Published by Newpoint in East Grinstead .

Written in English

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Cover title: Graduate careers in public service.

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Other titlesThe Nineteen ninety-three DOG guide to careers in public service., Graduate careers in public service.
SeriesThe DOG series -- 5
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21712262M
ISBN 100862633540

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