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  • Dr. Brander is on it, coming out from the city to operate for me in a very serious case, I'm not sure when I can get out – but you'll wait for me – won't you, Pearl?

    Purple Springs

  • "Brander," she says quietly, "why don't you hang around and hear the man out?"

    Starfish

  • "I think a bar mitzvah party that has a six-course meal and a large band, and doesn't have a spiritual piece except that the food is kosher, is not as holy as one that is trimmed down and includes community service," said Rabbi Kenneth Brander, dean of the Center for the Jewish Future at Yeshiva University in New York.

    More City Bar Mitzvahs Hold the Religion

  • Brander Matthews, passed on to the German designs in the Far East and the economic aspect of the Yellow Peril, wrangled over the

    Chapter 36

  • I have actually read the teaser for Brander by Fire about 20 times because I am most excited about that one!

    Angels' Blood Countdown: Erin McCarthy - Hard and Fast ARC

  • Gelett Burgess (1866 – 1951) coined both blurb and tintiddle, though blurb is sometimes attributed to Brander Matthews.

    Gelett Burgess and the blurb

  • At a Bierkeller during the Weimar Republic, Brander's Nicholas Folwell song is anti-Bolshevik, and we suddenly see that everyone present is a Nazi Brown Shirt.

    Gilliam's Faustian Pact

  • Gelett Burgess (1866 – 1951) coined both blurb and tintiddle, though blurb is sometimes attributed to Brander Matthews.

    April « 2009 « Sentence first

  • Professor Brander Matthews encouraged his students to go to the theater often and keep notebooks of observations, and Bill took him seriously; his notebooks fill six scrapbooks.

    Empire of Dreams

  • Links to this post bibliopoetry - Ballads of Books edited by Brander Matthews

    Archive 2008-06-01

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