Series: Daily Planetary Guide

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Llewellyn's 1988 Daily Planetary Guide and Astrologer's Datebook1988
Llewellyn's 1989 Daily Planetary Guide and Astrologer's Datebook1989
Llewellyn's Daily Planetary Guide and Astrologer's Datebook, 1991 by Llewellyn Publications1991
Llewellyn's Daily Planetary Guide 1993: The Astrologer's Datebook by Llewellyn Publications1993
Llewellyn's 1994 Daily Planetary Guide: The Astrologer's Datebook by Sam Llewellyn1994
Llewellyn's Astrological Datebook: Daily Planetary Guide 1996 by Llewellyn1996
Llewellyn's 1997 Daily Planetary Guide by Llewellyn Publications1997
Llewellyn's 1998 Daily Planetary Guide by Llewellyn Publications1998
Llewellyn's 1999 Daily Planetary Guide by Llewellyn1999
Llewellyn's 2000 Daily Planetary Guide by Llewellyn Publications2000
Llewellyn's 2001 Daily Planetary Guide by Llewellyn2001
Llewellyn's 2002 Daily Planetary Guide by Llewellyn2002
Llewellyn's 2004 Daily Planetary Guide by Llewellyn2004
Llewellyn's 2006 Daily Planetary Guide by Llewellyn2006
Llewellyn's 2007 Daily Planetary Guide by Llewellyn2007
Llewellyn's 2008 Daily Planetary Guide by Llewellyn2008
Llewellyn's 2009 Daily Planetary Guide by Llewellyn2009
Llewellyn's 2010 Daily Planetary Guide by Llewellyn2010
Llewellyn's 2011 Daily Planetary Guide by Llewellyn2011

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