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  • Halfway, he called Storey on his mobile, told him they were nearly there.

    Fleshmarket Close

  • J. Middleton Murray's influential estimate of Clare as a poetic "child-man" suggests that the relevance of Levinson's vocabulary to this discussion; see "Clare and Wordsworth," 511; reprinted in Storey, 359-64. back

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  • CSS3 transitions and 2D transforms by Opera’s Molly Holzschlag and David Storey is an excellent tutorial explaining these exciting new CSS properties.

    Web Teacher › Useful Links: Transitions and Transforms, the written word, Chrome

  • There were the several times when he had casually sent a slender beam of radio energy groping out toward Mars and the Asteroid Belt, trying to call Storey or the Kuzaks, and had received no answer.

    The Planet Strappers

  • “I’ll be at my cousin’s place for about a fortnight—it’s called Storey’s Court, near Aylsham—and then back to Woolwich.”

    The Blackstone Key

  • Mr Green said it was a cross between Huck Finn and Twilight, at which point your humble correspondent Lost the Plot and cackled like a crone from the back row of the Storey Hall.

    Reading Matters

  • "The U.S. won't admit as much, but they are partly tapping into this anti-Chinese feeling," says Ian Storey , a regional security expert at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore.

    Old U.S. Foe Proves Useful in Asia

  • David Weir and Ben Rushgrove have strong hopes in athletics; Darren Kenny and Sarah Storey will be strong cycling contenders.

    Everything you need to know about the London 2012 Paralympics

  • Storey notes further that the sonnets appeared in The Scientific Receptacle, 1 (1825),

    Letter 399

  • [3] Mark Storey, the editor of The Letters of John

    Letter 399

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