Taylor-Ide, Daniel. : Just and lasting change [electronic resource] : when communities own their futures / Daniel Taylor-Ide and Carl E. Taylor ; with the assistance of Mabelle and Raj Arole ... [et al.].
Taylor III, B. Don. : International Criminal Law Practitioner Library [electronic resource] : International Criminal Procedure. Volume 3. / Gideon Boas, James L. Bischoff, Natalie L. Reid, B. Don Taylor III.
Taylor, Isaac D. : River bed Case [electronic resource] : supplemental memorandum for the United States in the Osage Case (equity nos. 75 and 839) in the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Oklahoma.
Taylor, Issac, 1787-1865. : Essay on the application of abstract reasoning to the Christian doctrines [electronic resource] / originally published as an introduction to Edwards on the will by the author of Natural history of enthusiasm.
Taylor, Ivana. : Excel for marketing managers [electronic resource] / Ivana Taylor and Bill Jelen.
Taylor, Ivon Roy. : Laboratory manual of general physiology / by Philip H. Mitchell and Ivon R. Taylor.
Taylor, Ivor G. : Report on litter control in Victoria and pilot studies in four municipalities / Christopher C. Gilson, Ivor G. Taylor.
Taylor, J. A., 1925- : Bracken : an environmental issue : contributions to an international conference "Bracken 94" [held at] University of Wales, Aberystwyth 18-21 July 1994 / edited by Richard Thornton Smith and James A. Taylor.
Taylor, J. A. (Janine A.) : The construction and operation of a high energy Uv photo-oxidiser for the investigation of carbon distribution in soil microaggregates / J.O. Skjemstad, J.A. Taylor and G. Blows.
Taylor, J. A. (Jim A.) : Bracken toxicity and carcinogenicity as related to animal and human health : papers given at a meeting held at U.C.N.W. Bangor, Wales, U.K. 28th September 1988 / editor, J.A. Taylor.
Taylor, J. A. (John Ashley), 1959- : IGBP Workshop 13 on Mathematical and Statistical Modelling of Global Change Processes (Canberra 23-27 April, 1990) / edited by G.A. Latham and J.A. Taylor.
Taylor, J., active 1742. : A sling and a stone : or, the sword of the Lord and of Gideon. Being a Defence of the All-Glorious Trinity, and the Eternal Divinity of God the Son; with some other fundamental Principles of the Christian Religion against all the Antitrinitarians, Jews, Arians, Socinians, Deists, Pelagians and Arminians under Heaven. Likewise the Jewish-Seventh-Day Sabbath proved to be abosh'd, and the Christian Lord's Day vindicated. In answer to a daring pamphlet, set forth as a Challenge to King George and Twenty or Thirty-Thousand of his Ministers: by Ed. Elwall, the Arian Jewish-Sabbatarian, who, Goliah-Like, has defy'd all Europe. Also, a concise Body of Divinity, necessary to be read and learnt by those who desire to be established in the Truth. By J. Taylor, a Member of a Religious Society of the establish'd Communion.