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Chamberlain Ronnie : Team-based learning in the social sciences and humanities : group work that works to generate critical thinking and engagement / edited by Michael Sweet and Larry K. Michaelsen.
Chamberlain Samuel 1895 1975 : France will live again: the portrait of a peaceful interlude, 1919-1939 / drawn with etchings, lithographs, sketches and photographs by Samuel Chamberlain, with an introduction by Donald Moffat.
Chamberlain Samuel C : IChart : a graphical tool to view and manipulate force management structure databases / by Frederick S. Brundick, George W. Hartwig, Jr., and Samuel C. Chamberlain.
Chamberlain Sarah : My yellow ball / by Dee Lillegard ; illustrated by Sarah Chamberlain.
Chamberlain Sharon W : A reckoning : Philippine trials of Japanese war criminals / Sharon W. Chamberlain.
Chamberlain Steve : Diverse learners in the mainstream classroom : strategies for supporting all students across content areas, English language learners, students with disabilities, gifted/talented students / edited by Yvonne S. Freeman, David E. Freeman, Reynaldo Ramírez.
Chamberlain Theodore J : Realized religion : research on the relationship between religion and health / Theodore J. Chamberlain and Christopher A. Hall.
Chamberlain Von Del : Astronomy across cultures : the history of non-Western astronomy / editor Helaine Selin ; advisory editor Sun Xiaochun.
Chamberlaine William Wilson 1836 1923 : Memoirs of the Civil War between the northern and southern sections of the United States of America, 1861 to 1865 / William W. Chamberlaine ; edited and with an introduction by Robert E.L. Krick.
Chamberlin Frederick 1870 1943 : The blow from behind ; or, some features of the anti-imperialist movement attending the war with Spain, together with a consideration of our Philippine policy from its inception to the present time and the international and domestic law affecting the same / by Fred C. Chamberlin, LL. B.