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Report on initial experiences with the Realising our Potential Scheme (ROPA), 19 October 1995

Great Britain. Office of Science and Technology.

Report on initial experiences with the Realising our Potential Scheme (ROPA), 19 October 1995

by Great Britain. Office of Science and Technology.

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