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  • As I was leaving work yesterday I checked Jordon's site to see if he had left a new post, Not seeing one I moved on to Alex's site and saw the title Through Amber Lenses, A Light.

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  • As I was leaving work yesterday I checked Jordon's site to see if he had left a new post, Not seeing one I moved on to Alex's site and saw the title Through Amber Lenses, A Light.

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  • The form and size of the creature is never revealed, although in Through the Looking-Glass, the White King snickers that Alice “runs so fearfully quick” that she “might as well try to catch a Bandersnatch!”

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  • Policing and Addiction title Through a Blue Lens description A squad of seven Vancouver Police Department patrol officers carry a video camera on their beat in the skid row Downtown East Side, and interview people about their addictions.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Policing and Addiction title Through a Blue Lens description A squad of seven Vancouver Police Department patrol officers carry a video camera on their beat in the skid row Downtown East Side, and interview people about their addictions.

    Policing and Addiction

  • The Great Railway Bazaar: By Train Through Asia was Theroux's first travel novel and also the first novel to distinguish him as a well-known writer.

    Paul Theroux biography

  • Most fortunes make reference to one Disneyland attraction or another, including the long-gone Mine Train Through Nature's Wonderland.

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  • It is also in Through the Looking-Glass that we read the poem “Jabberwocky” for the first time and where it is also partially explained.

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  • This is an enduring part of my daily routine, something like the unbirthday party in Through the Looking-Glass.

    Excerpt: Loud and Clear by Anna Quindlen

  • As the Red Queen in Through the Looking Glass says: It will take all the running you can do, to keep in the same place.

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