Power, Legislative. -- See Legislative power. --subdivision Powers and duties under names of individual legislative bodies, e.g. United States. Congress--Powers and duties
Power, Lenore -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Senate of Canada, in re the petition of Lenore Power for a bill of divorce from Reginald John Manley Power [electronic resource] : report of the Committee on Divorce, together with evidence received by the committee.
Power (Mechanics) -- Data processing -- Congresses. : Computer-aided engineering of energy systems / presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Anaheim, California, December 7-12, 1986 ; sponsored by the Advanced Energy Systems Division, ASME ; edited by R.A. Gaggioli.
Power (Mechanics) -- United States. : The power problem [electronic resource] : how American military dominance makes us less safe, less prosperous, and less free / Christopher A. Preble.
Power, Michael, 1804-1847. : Michael Power [electronic resource] : the struggle to build the Catholic Church on the Canadian frontier / Mark G. McGowan.
Power, Michael -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The Whole four trials of the thief takers and their confederates G. Vaughan, R. Mackay, G. Brown, J. Dannelly, T. Brock, J. Pelham, M. Power, and B. Johnson [electronic resource] : convicted at Hicks's Hall and the Old Bailey, Sept. 1816 of a horrible conspiracy to obtain blood money and of felony and high treason : to which is added further particulars, an account of the witness Drake.