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2 edition of Minutes of proceedings on the Human Fertilisation and EmbryologyBill (Lords), (except clause 11 and schedule 2, and any new clauses or new schedules appearing on the order paper not later than 20th April and relating to the termination of pregnancy by registered medical practitioners). found in the catalog.

Minutes of proceedings on the Human Fertilisation and EmbryologyBill (Lords), (except clause 11 and schedule 2, and any new clauses or new schedules appearing on the order paper not later than 20th April and relating to the termination of pregnancy by registered medical practitioners).

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee B.

Minutes of proceedings on the Human Fertilisation and EmbryologyBill (Lords), (except clause 11 and schedule 2, and any new clauses or new schedules appearing on the order paper not later than 20th April and relating to the termination of pregnancy by registered medical practitioners).

by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee B.

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Chairman: Michael Shersby.

Series(HC). (1989-90) -- 421, House of Commons papers -- 421.
The Physical Object
Pagination14p. ;
Number of Pages14
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Open LibraryOL22708402M
ISBN 100102421900

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Minutes of proceedings on the Human Fertilisation and EmbryologyBill (Lords), (except clause 11 and schedule 2, and any new clauses or new schedules appearing on the order paper not later than 20th April and relating to the termination of pregnancy by registered medical practitioners) by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Standing Committee B. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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