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Busley, Hermann-Joseph (1930-) [Delete]

Systematic Thesaurus: Geography Time Topics Autoren/A-Z

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Autoren/A-Z
         Autoren - Y  [+]   1073x
             Yáñez Neira, María Damián (20. Jh.)  [+]   144x
             Yannopoulos, Panayotis A. (1938-)  [+]   60x
             Yante, Jean-Marie (1950-)  [+]   115x
             Yarza Luaces, José Joaquín (1936-)  [+]   180x
             Yates, Frances A. (1899-1981)  [+]   40x
             Yeager, Robert F. (1948-)  [+]   72x
                    Synonym: PND=153254688 (Link to Data of German National Library)
             Yevadian, Maxime K. (1979-)  [+]   25x
             Yorke, Barbara A. E. (1951-)  [+]   87x
             Young, Frances M. (1939-)  [+]   62x
             Young, Karl (1879-1943)  [+]   33x
             Youssef, Youhanna Nessim (20. Jh.)  [+]   48x
             Ypey, Jaap (1916-1986)  [+]   37x
             Yrjönsuuri, Mikko (1964-)  [+]   33x
             Yrwing, Hugo (1908-2002)  [+]   30x
             Yver, Jean (1901-)  [+]   44x
             Yzquierdo Perrín, Ramón José (1948-)  [+]   63x

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