Series: Abingdon Preaching Annual

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The Abingdon Preaching Annual, 1997 (Serial) by Michael Duduit1997
The Abingdon Preaching Annual 1998 by Michael Duduit1998
The Abingdon Preaching Annual 1999 (Abingdon Preaching Annual)1999
The Abingdon Preaching Annual 2001 (Abingdon Preaching Annual, 2001) by Charles Bugg2001
The Abingdon Preaching Annual, 2002 by Charles Bugg2002
The Abingdon Preaching Annual 2004 (Abingdon Preaching Annual) by David N. Mosser2004
The Abingdon Preaching Annual 2005 (Abingdon Preaching Annual) by David N. Mosser2005
Abingdon Preaching Annual 2006 by David N. Mosser2006
The Abingdon Preaching Annual 2007 by David N. Mosser2007
The Abingdon Preaching Annual 2008 (Abingdon Preaching Annual) by David N. Mosser2008
The Abingdon Preaching Annual 2009 by David N. Mosser2009

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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