Naming The Names Devlin Anne : Short stories for students. Volume 17 [electronic resource] : presenting analysis, context, and criticism on commonly studied short stories / David Galens, project editor.
Namioka, Lensey. : Something about the author. Volume 157 [electronic resource] : facts and pictures about authors and illustrators of books for young people / Maikue Vang, project editor.
Namu Tai Southeast Asian People China : Ren shen zhi jian : Yunnan Mang Shi yi ge Dai zu cun zhai de yi shi sheng huo, jing ji lun li yu deng ji zhi xu = Between people and Gods : the ritual life, economic ethics and hierarchical order of a Dai village in Mangshi, Yunnan / Chu Jianfang zhu.
Namu, Yang Erche. : Leaving Mother Lake : a girlhood at the edge of the world / by Yang Erche Namu and Christine Mathieu.
Namur (Belgium) -- History -- 17th century. : An Account from Flanders of the strange and wonderful finding out at Namur [electronic resource] : the body of an ancient monk, (whole and uncorrupt in a vault) who had layn buried there above 500 years : with an account of a prophecy accidentally found in the said vault, plainly foretelling the speedy subversion of the French monarchy, by the confederate forces.
Namur (Belgium) -- History -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : The triumph of Namur: or, The confederate army's unspeakable joy, for their victory over the French, in the surrender of the castle, which they bravely conquer'd. [electronic resource] : Tune of, The evening ramble. : Licens'd according to order.
Namur (Belgium) -- Siege, 1692 -- Poetry. : Victoria augustissimi magnæ Britanniæ, &c. regis Gulielmi Tertii, qui urbem & arcem Namuræ a Gallis occupatam, fortiter obsedit, & feliciter recuperavit, expulso Gallorum præsidio [electronic resource]
Namur (Belgium) -- Siege, 1695. : The military engineer [electronic resource] : or, a treatise on the attack and defence of all kinds of fortified places. In which are explained the construction of the necessary works, with the method of designing them on paper, and transferring the plan to the ground; the attacks of large towns, with their different outworks most in use; and also of smaller places, forts and other posts, which occur in the course of a war; the manner of escalades and surprizes; and all other matters relating either to the works or operations, necessary to convey a full knowledge of the art of engineering. Composed by M. Le Blond, Professor Of Mathematics, For the use of the French Noblesse. To which is added, a succinct account of three remarkable sieges at different periods, by which the progress of the Art is pointed out. In two parts. Illustrated with twenty copper-plates.