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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The usual name in Bengal, and in sericicultural works, of a race of silkworms of which there are eight annual generations.

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  • Kate (The Manga Critic) Dacey is giving away four copies of the book, and she takes the opportunity to revisit her review.

    Upcoming 3/3/2010

  • Update: Kate (The Manga Critic) Dacey is running a poll on this very topic.

    License request day: Tezuka talk

  • Kate Dacey is quite excited about this, which is always an excellent indicator.

    May « 2009 « The Manga Curmudgeon

  • Speaking of Tezuka, I’ll remind you that Kate (The Manga Critic) Dacey is giving away copies of the deeply crazy MW, and I’ll note that Vertical will be releasing Ode to Kirihito in two paperback volumes at the end of this month.

    More Tezuka is always good

  • The book has already received warm welcomes from the likes of Danielle Leigh, Johanna Draper Carlson and Kate Dacey, which is a very promising sign [...]

    Itazura Na Kiss Book 1 » Manga Worth Reading

  • The book has already received warm welcomes from the likes of Danielle Leigh, Johanna Draper Carlson and Kate Dacey, which is a very promising sign indeed.

    08 « December « 2009 « Precocious Curmudgeon

  • "I ran into Bruce at a bon-spiel in Lower Sackville, and I hadn't seen him in maybe a year," recalls Dacey, who teamed with Lohnes for one of the most memorable victories in Brier history, the 2004 final at Saskatoon when Dacey drew the four-foot to score three and beat defending national and world champ Randy Ferbey 10-9.

    canada.com Top Stories

  • With answers from (among others) Nick Bostrom, Daniel Dennett, P.Z. Meyers, Gregory Benford, Aubrey de Grey, Lawrence Kraus, and friend-of-the-blog Austin Dacey.

    The Edge Annual Question 2009 « Gerry Canavan

  • I’m clearly in sync with Kate Dacey, which is always reassuring.

    23 « November « 2009 « The Manga Curmudgeon

  • This new brand of secular moralism is starting to gain some traction, incidentally, such as Dacey’s The Secular Conscience, with roots spreading back though John Stuart Mill to the incendiary “Atheist Jew” Spinoza.

    An Ill Wind in Tortuca - The Panda's Thumb

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