Raine, D. N. : Medico-Social Management of Inherited Metabolic Disease [electronic resource] : a Monograph Derived from the Proceedings of the Thirteenth Symposium of The Society for the Study of Inborn Errors of Metabolism / edited by D.N. Raine.
Raine, J. I. (James Ian), 1947- : Triassic and earliest Jurassic miospores from the Murihiku supergroup, New Zealand / by N.J. de Jersey and J.I. Raine ; [edited by Geoff Gregory].
Raine, James, 1791-1858. : Codicum manuscriptorum Ecclesiae Cathedralis Dunelmensis catalogus classicus / descriptus a Thoma Rud, ejusdem ecclesiae bibliothecario ; cum appendice eos codices continente qui post catalogum confectum diversis temporibus comparati sunt.
Raine, John, active 1736. : God's love to those who have pity on the poor. : Being a sermon from the fifteenth chapter of Deuteronomy, and the eleventh verse. Written by John Raine, near Barnard Castle.
Raine, John S. : The economics of world energy supply : a bibliography of the literature and of sources of statistics / compiled by John Bennett, Christine Prince, John Raine = Die Weltwirtschaftspolitik der Energieversorgung : eine Bibliographie der Literatur und des statistische Quellenmaterial / zusammengestellt von John Bennett, Christine Prince, John Raine.
Raine, (Jonathan) : The particulars and conditions of sale for a capital freehold estate, through which, for two miles, passes the turnpike road leading from Somerton to Ilchester, beginning at one mile distance from the former twon, and ending at two miles from the latter town : Consisting of nearly the whole village and parish of Kingsdon, together with the manor belonging thereto. This estate contains about fiteen hudnred acres of very valuable land, of which 330 acres are in hand, or let yearly, and the reaminder let on leases, for one, two, and three lives, many of whch are very old: and the principal property, on which is a good Mansion House, gardens, and offices, occupied by the Lessee, Mrs. Jolieffe, is held for only two lives; but part of the lands used there with, well known as the first grazing ground in the neighbourhood, called, the Nidens, are held only for one life; and each lot is so divided, as to form within itself a desirable property, and each purchaser, generally speaking) will have it in his power to take immidieate possession of some part of his purchase.
Raine, N. : DAVIS, C.: Sacred Seasons / A Christmas Carol / Ben-Hur (Philharmonia Orchestra, Davis) [electronic resource]