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An uncomfortable stabbing pain down both forearms (a sense of loss, to my way of thinking, over all those beckoning back-of-book adverts for "Nasty Sluts," "Queens of Kink," and "Dark & Juicy" coeds), and
Perhaps as befits a New York Democrat whose back-of-book acknowledgments include a tribute to Hillary Rodham Clinton, Holzer balks at the way the Cooper Union speech is "hailed" by "modern historians as a conservative speech."
This category recognizes excellence of a regular, cohesive section of a magazine, either front - or back-of-book and composed of a variety of elements, both text and visual.
And then I saw the pictures, and read the article, and then it all made sense: judging by Nadal's influence in the world of fashion, the back-of-book placement is just right.