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“I think it was a fairly safe bet that I'd wallow in Hubbub: Filth, Noise & Stench in England by Emily Cockayne and soon to be published in paperback by Yale University Press.”
“If you suspect that one of the many pleasures of "Hubbub" is the exuberant vocabulary that so enriches the texts cited by its author, you'd be right.”
“Ballett Frankfurt, and Mr. Ekman's "Hubbub," a humorous look at the creative process and the judgment that follows.”
“When old 'Hubbub' opens the book, all hands, even the captain, will take off their hats and stand at attention.”
“Meetings: “Grape Juice Hubbub,” WP, 11/21/30; Dorothy M. Brown, 184.”
“And neither of the issues I detailed was perfect--both could boast, for example, of one absolutely dreadful story, PLANET's by legendary incompetent Stanley Mullen, ASF's by some guy named Hubbub.”
“Captain Hubbub (ph) is the mission system's operator.”
“PHILLIPS: They're telling Hubbub (ph) to take a closer look.”
“Emily Cockayne's new book, Hubbub: Filth, Noise and Stench in England, 1600-1770, is now sullying bookstore shelves.”
“Hubbub over Disclosures and Production Values; rant about new media by Cheryl Colan at Hummingcrow draws passionate responses that nearly turn ugly. original post; Steve Woolf and Zadi Diaz respond; more on the thread on the Yahoo Videoblogging list”
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