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  • So I sat down and re-learned the First Law of City Dwelling, which is this: a stationary human being with a brown bag containing anything remotely edible-looking will inadvertently recreate scenes from The Birds within twenty seconds.

    back at work

  • In a recent review in The New Republic, Steven Hahn, winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize in history, called Dwelling Place “one of the finest studies of American slavery ever written.”

    Dwelling Place Wins Prestigious Bancroft Prize

  • In a recent review in The New Republic, Steven Hahn, winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize in history, called Dwelling Place “one of the finest studies of American slavery ever written.”

    Yale Press Log:

  • About thirty mites below the Falls, he says, he visited a remarkable cave, called by the Indians Wakon-teebe, that is, the Dwelling of the

    French Pathfinders in North America

  • The Indians term it Wakon-teebe, that is, the Dwelling of the Great Spirit.

    Traditions of the North American Indians, Vol. 1 (of 3)

  • The Indians term it Wakon-teebe, that is, the Dwelling of the Great Spirit.

    Legends of the Northwest

  • Detail shot of the BMW 5 Series GT covered in Kvadrat textiles, known as The Dwelling Lab by Patricia Urquiola and Giulio Ridolfo.

    MoCoLoco

  • Detail shot of the BMW 5 Series GT covered in Kvadrat textiles, known as The Dwelling Lab by Patricia Urquiola and Giulio Ridolfo.

    MoCoLoco

  • "Dwelling" implies that they thought themselves to be securely fixed in their habitations beyond the reach of invasion.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Villa Montalvo pairs Patrick Dougherty's inviting garden folly with images of some harsher homes in 'Dwelling' exhibit.

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