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9789840515455 - Khan, Saira Rahman: The Socio-Legal Status of Bangali Women in Bangladesh: Implications for Development - Book
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Khan, Saira Rahman (?):

The Socio-Legal Status of Bangali Women in Bangladesh: Implications for Development (2001) (?)

ISBN: 9789840515455 (?) or 9840515454, unknown language, The University Press Limited, Bangladesh, hardcover, Used, first edition

25.44 ($ 30.00)¹(without obligation)
plus shipping, Shipping area: DOM
From Seller/Antiquarian, Boards and Wraps, MD, Baltimore, [RE:3]
9789840515455. hardcover, First Edition
seller comment Boards and Wraps, MD, Baltimore, [RE:3]:
Good in Very Good dust jacket, 311 pages. Board corners bumped. Tight binding. Dust jacket has minor wear to edges and corners. Has been placed in removable protective cover. Edges of text block show a few smudges. Interior is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Women & Feminism; ISBN: 9840515454. ISBN/EAN: 9789840515455. More pictures upon request. Inventory No: 55114. [QTY:1]
Platform order number Alibris.com: 14413319761
Keywords: WOMEN|FEMINISM|BZDB404|FEMINISM; |THE|SOCIOLEGAL|STATUS|BANGALI|BANGLADES
Data from 05/22/2018 22:13h
ISBN (alternative notations): 984-05-1545-4, 978-984-05-1545-5
9789840515455 - Saira Rahman Khan: Socio Legal Status of Bengali Women in Bangladesh: Implications for Development - Book
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Saira Rahman Khan (?):

Socio Legal Status of Bengali Women in Bangladesh: Implications for Development (2001) (?)

ISBN: 9789840515455 (?) or 9840515454, unknown language, University Press Ltd, Bangladesh, hardcover, Used

27.16 ($ 32.03)¹(without obligation)
plus shipping, Shipping area: DOM
From Seller/Antiquarian, ExtremelyReliable, TX, Richmond, [RE:4]
hardcover, Unabridged.
seller comment ExtremelyReliable, TX, Richmond, [RE:4]:
Fair, Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. 24*7 Customer Service. [QTY:1]
Platform order number Alibris.com: 14263401994
Data from 05/22/2018 22:13h
ISBN (alternative notations): 984-05-1545-4, 978-984-05-1545-5
9789840515455 - Khan, Saira Rahman: The Socio-Legal Status of Bangali Women in Bangladesh: Implications for Development - Book
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Khan, Saira Rahman (?):

The Socio-Legal Status of Bangali Women in Bangladesh: Implications for Development (2001) (?)

ISBN: 9789840515455 (?) or 9840515454, unknown language, The University Press Limited, Bangladesh, hardcover, Used, first edition, with dust jacket

25.44 ($ 30.00)¹(free shipping, without obligation)
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From Seller/Antiquarian, Boards & Wraps [3535646], Baltimore, MD, U.S.A.
311 pages. Board corners bumped. Tight binding. Dust jacket has minor wear to edges and corners. Has been placed in removable protective cover. Edges of text block show a few smudges. Interior is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Women & Feminism; ISBN: 9840515454. ISBN/EAN: 9789840515455. More pictures upon request. Inventory No: 55114.
seller comment Boards & Wraps [3535646], Baltimore, MD, U.S.A.:
Seller rating: 4, NOT NEW BOOK, Good
Platform order number Abebooks.com: 22666966967
Keywords: WOMEN FEMINISM BZDB404 FEMINISM; THE SOCIOLEGAL STATUS BANGALI BANGLADESH
Data from 05/22/2018 22:13h
ISBN (alternative notations): 984-05-1545-4, 978-984-05-1545-5
9789840515455 - Saira Rahman Khan: Socio Legal Status of Bengali Women in Bangladesh: Implications for Development - Book
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Saira Rahman Khan (?):

Socio Legal Status of Bengali Women in Bangladesh: Implications for Development (2001) (?)

ISBN: 9789840515455 (?) or 9840515454, unknown language, University Press Ltd ,Bangladesh, hardcover

25.81 ($ 30.44)¹ + Shipping: 4.23 ($ 4.99)¹ = 30.04 ($ 35.43)¹(without obligation)
From Seller/Antiquarian, Ergodebooks [8304062], RICHMOND, TX, U.S.A.
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seller comment Ergodebooks [8304062], RICHMOND, TX, U.S.A.:
Seller rating: 4
Platform order number Abebooks.com: 22555180508
Data from 05/22/2018 22:13h
ISBN (alternative notations): 984-05-1545-4, 978-984-05-1545-5
9789840515455 - Saira Rahman Khan: Socio Legal Status of Bengali Women in Bangladesh: Implications for Development - Book
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Saira Rahman Khan (?):

Socio Legal Status of Bengali Women in Bangladesh: Implications for Development (2001) (?)

ISBN: 9789840515455 (?) or 9840515454, unknown language, University Press Ltd ,Bangladesh, hardcover, Used, with dust jacket

13.41 ($ 15.82)¹ + Shipping: 6.13 ($ 7.23)¹ = 19.54 ($ 23.05)¹(without obligation)
From Seller/Antiquarian, Anybook Ltd. [312675], Lincoln, United Kingdom
This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In good all round condition. Dust Jacket in good condition.
seller comment Anybook Ltd. [312675], Lincoln, United Kingdom:
Seller rating: 5, NOT NEW BOOK, Good
Platform order number Abebooks.com: 17929799617
Keywords: LEGAL
Data from 05/22/2018 22:13h
ISBN (alternative notations): 984-05-1545-4, 978-984-05-1545-5
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