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Honesty and where to find it! a consumer"s guide to trusted and respected businesses in Eastside and Bellevue communities

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Published by Gable & Gray in Medford, Or .
Written in English



  • Bellevue (Wash.),
  • Kirkland (Wash.),
  • Washington,
  • Bellevue,
  • Kirkland


  • Service industries -- Washington -- Bellevue -- Directories.,
  • Service industries -- Washington -- Kirkland -- Directories.,
  • Bellevue (Wash.) -- Commerce -- Directories.,
  • Kirkland (Wash.) -- Commerce -- Directories.

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Edition Notes

Statement[contributing writers, William B. Powell ... et al.].
ContributionsPowell, William B.
LC ClassificationsHD9981.8.B45 H66 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination320 p. :
Number of Pages320
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2069333M
ISBN 100944729452
LC Control Number88082062

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