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The food fuss in London.

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The food fuss in London. / Appelbaum, Robert.

In: International Literary Quarterly, Vol. 6, 02.2009.

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Appelbaum, R 2009, 'The food fuss in London.', International Literary Quarterly, vol. 6.

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Appelbaum, R. (2009). The food fuss in London. International Literary Quarterly, 6.

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Appelbaum R. The food fuss in London. International Literary Quarterly. 2009 Feb;6.

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Appelbaum, Robert. / The food fuss in London. In: International Literary Quarterly. 2009 ; Vol. 6.

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