3 edition of Do the figures make sense? found in the catalog.
Do the figures make sense?
C. A. Westwick
by Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales in London
Written in English
Bibliography, p74-76. - Includes index.
|Statement||C.A. Westwick ; with a foreword by J.B. Holden.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||78|
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Have you had a time in your life when it seemed God didn’t make sense. You were praying, reading. This is mostly in chronological order, but it's ordered more in how they came out and how they will make the most sense. When there are books just listed in order, that's the order that the series goes in.
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This link gives a good explanation on how to do so: for publications using the APA style guide, for instance, it should be in the format.
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If common sense was common, then most people wouldn't make the kinds of decisions they do every day. People wouldn't buy stuff they can't afford.
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