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Language of Television Advertising

PUBLICATION DATE 1982
FILE SIZE 4,50
ISBN 9780122789809
LANGUAGE ENGLISH
AUTHOR Geis, Michael L.
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Geis, Michael L. is the author of 'Language of Television Advertising', published 1982 under ISBN 9780122789809 and ISBN 0122789806.

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