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  • The clip, which was given the title Many Girls on a Boat, had been unseen since being made and screened in the summer of 1932.

    BBC News - Home

  • For most of the thousand years that Tanu and Firvulag resided on Pliocene Earth (which they called the Many-Colored Land), they were fairly evenly matched in the ritual wars fought as part of their battle-religion.

    The Golden Torc

  • Says Johnathan: “Many is the paper I sat through which would be debated in terms of ‘simplicity’, ‘intuitiveness’ and even ‘cleanliness’.”

    Critique From HereNow

  • Many is the time rude people in boats cut in close to fish at all hours day or night.

    Mugged On The Water

  • "One Bullet Too Many" is reprinted (in color!) in Batman in the Sixties.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • A story of hers also features in Many Bloody Returns (Penguin: September 4th 2007).

    [INTERVIEW] Jeanne C Stein « Urban Fantasy Land

  • Simply put, Wonders Are Many is not two great tastes that go great together.

    Makes Me Wonder

  • Many is the adventurer who plundered your treasure hoard, and yet you always had more than we could ever dream of taking.

    April 19th, 2007

  • Oh, [insert shameless plug here], if you * do* like them, I have a short story called "Fire and Ice and Linguine for Two" now available in Many Bloody Returns edited by by Charlaine Harris and Toni L.P. Kelner (Ace Hardcover, Sept. 2007, 978-0441015221).

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • The Genealogue: Cousins Come in Many Colors skip to main skip to sidebar

    Cousins Come in Many Colors

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