American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A borough of south-central England west of London. Occupied by the Danes in 871, it was chartered in 1253. Population: 232,000.
- A city of southeast Pennsylvania on the Schuykill River northwest of Philadelphia. Settled in 1748, it is an important commercial, industrial, and transportation center. Population: 81,200.
“(Study in Emotional Power -- X, 177.) (Study in Close Reading -- X, 225.) _Reading History_: V, 394.”
“READING Rock Academy will host a Battle of the Bands at the Hexagon, Reading, tonight.”
“For example, unless one has visited England, one cannot guess the correct reading of the names/places like Reading, Gloucester, Leicester, Peugeot, Plymouth ….”
“The 50-store chain, based in Reading, is a presence at most area malls.”
“Remix Reading is an awesome project in Reading, Berkshire.”
“Ogden also said he believes that in general, the term Reading has more value the closer to the city you are.”
“Reading" is the process of forcing the text to conform to one's pre-established critical paradigm, not the act of exploring its verbal complexities.”
“Remix Reading is an artistic project based in Reading which aims to get artists working with music, video, images and text to come together and share their work, to be inspired by each others’ work, and ultimately to create remixes.”
“Man of the Year) Levinson, with the word "Lick" in the title Reading the universal pans that this Joel Schumacher-directed Jim Carrey thriller is receiving reminded me of an idea for a TV show I heard Trey Parker and Matt Stone joke about a few years back.”
“Michele Filgate of Reading is Breathing (and events coordinator at the Portsmouth, NH RiverRun Bookstore) says events are critical for independent bookstores who are trying to be/become community — as well as reader — destinations.”
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