Mond handen en voeten : Trivial Pursuit
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Dit leermiddel bevat quizvragen over:

  • de bouw van mond, tanden en handen;
  • klachten over mond, hand en voeten;
  • verzorging en hygiëne.

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Gillian Rose, Professor of Cultural Geography

Course Team Chair of Presentation

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Peter Jackson, Professor of Human Geography, University of Sheffield

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