Borman, Leonard D., : Self-help groups for coping with crisis : origins, members, processes, and impact / Morton A. Lieberman, Leonard D. Borman, and associates ; with special contributions by Gary R. Bond, Paul Antze and Leon H. Levy.
Borman, Suzanne. : A practical guide to elementary instruction : from plan to delivery / by Suzanne Borman & Joel Levine.
Borman, Taisiia, : The end of an era / produced by Erich Sargeant ; English translation, Julian Graffy ; subtitling, John Minchinton ; music, Neil Brand.
Borman, Thomas, : Aristotle's legacy : containing. 1. The fortune teller; or the knowledge of good and bad fortune, by throwing Dice on the wheel of fortune. II. By Palmestry, as in the lines and marks in the hand. III. Physiognomy, as in the eyes, nose, chin, &c. Metroposcopus, as the several lines or marks in the forehead and other parts; likewise several other marks relative to long or short life, love, business, humours and dispositions. IV. Dreams and their interpretations more exact than ever. Observations on Valentine's and St. Agnes's Day, and the first hearing of the Cuckow, as they relate to love or marriage; by which any woman may know whether her sweetheart be true or false, and whether fortunate or unfortunate in wedlock: As also to know a pure virgin and how to make an inchanted ring, so as to make any one fall in love with you: Also the most powerful receipt for making love powder. V. Moles and their signs on the face, or any part of the body. Translated by Dr. Boreham, astrologer. .
Borman, Tracey, : The Secret Life of Henry VIII / Director: Burgess, Bruce.