George Clarke

George Clarke (1661-1736)<br>(Studio of [[Godfrey Kneller]]) George Clarke (7 May 1661 – 22 October 1736), of All Souls, Oxford, was an English architect, print collector and Tory politician who sat in the English and British House of Commons between 1702 and 1736. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Clarke, George
Published 2004
World Bank

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by Clarke, George
Published 1999
The World Bank
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by Clarke, George
Published 1705
printed for Edward Castle, next Scotland-Yard-Gate by Whitehall

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by Clarke, George
Published 1737
printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane

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by Clarke, George
Published 1999
The World Bank
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by Clarke, George
Published 1999
The World Bank
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by Clarke, George
Published 2000
The World Bank
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by Clarke, George
Published 1685
Printed for William Crooke
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by Clarke, George
Published 1677
Printed by J.C. for Will. Crook

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by Clarke, George
Published 1705
Printed for Edward Castle

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by Clarke, George R. G.
Published 1999
World Bank, Development Research Group, Regulation and Competition Policy and Finance

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by Clarke, George R. G.
Published 1999
World Bank, Development Research Group, Regulation and Competition Policy and Finance

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by Clarke, George R.G.
Published 2007
The World Bank
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by Clarke, George R. G.
Published 2001
World Bank, Development Research Group, Regulation and Competition Policy

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by Clarke, George R. G.
Published 2001
World Bank, Office of the Senior Vice President, Development Economics

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by Clarke, George R. G.
Published 2001
World Bank, Development Research Group, Finance

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by Clarke, George R. G.
Published 2002
World Bank, Development Research Group, Regulation and Competition Policy

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by Clarke, George R. G.
Published 2007
World Bank