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Here are 7 books from a series from Scientific American Library. They are all in fantastic condition. These could be displayed with dust jackets or without. Shelf space is 4 4/3" across, 9 1/2" tall and 8 7/8" deep. No marks, creases, or tears. Dust jackets in very good condition, maybe a slight curl on an edge - to tears.
The Origin of Modern Humans by Roger Lewin. 1993. Number 47 in series.
Stars by James B. Kaler. 1992. Number 39 in series.
Genes and the Biology of Cancer by Harold Varmus and Robert A. Weiberg. 1993. Number 42 in Series.
Exploring Planetary Worlds by David Morrison. 1993. Number 45 in series.
Supercomputing and the Transformation of Science by William J. Kaufmann III and Larry L. Smarr. 1993. Number 43 in Series.
Exploring Biomechanics: Animals in Motion by R. McNeill Alexander. 1992. Number 40 in series.
Chemical Communication: The Language of Pheromones by William C. Agosta. 1992. Number 41 in series.
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