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“The Great Books were in fact icons of unreadability – 32,000 pages of tiny, double-column, eye-straining type … the translations of the great works were not particularly modern.”
“Many food writers have speculated why America has such an enduring affection for Child, and I join the chorus when I mention her lack of pretense, her distillation of French technique for the layperson, her straightforward double-column formatted recipes, and her down-to-earth charm.”
“Mr. Beam pokes fun at this whole pompous venture, terming Britannica's Great Books "icons of unreadability -- 32,000 pages of tiny, double-column, eye-straining type.”
“I won't dwell here on how wonderful and gifted my Jacob was, how he began to read before his 3rd birthday, how he was doing long division and double-column multiplication in his head when he was 5 years old.”
“It took me nearly eight weeks of reading a few pages a day to complete the 349 double-column pages.”
“There were double-column pictures of Aileen and Cowperwood, with articles indicating them as prospective entertainers on a grand scale who would unquestionably be received because of their tremendous wealth.”
“Ma Rong (79166) invented the device of double-column commentary (138140) and wrote commentaries on all Five Classics, the first scholar to do so.”
“A group of double-column addition problems appeared in the air above the terminal.”
“He liked the revolver best, but the double-column 9mm Model 59 had firepower, and that was sometimes needed.”
“The editor of the _Argus_ in 1844 revealed the secrets of his business office in the following double-column notice:”
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