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  • I have been tempted by book-bound books but really love working flat on my drawing table with my Canson Field Drawing book getting harder to find.

    Sketchbook Shelf

  • Like my bonsai, like Odele's specially book-bound package, each of those first orders had been difficult, the kind of order that was almost impossible to make over the phone.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • DURAN: The film, a collection of long-buried memories from his childhood, became the conceptual basis for his paintings and the title of his book-bound graduate thesis, "Silence of Memories."

    CNN Transcript May 13, 2001

  • The midnight lamp, and book-bound knowledge learned,

    Maurine and Other Poems

  • This striking account of arctic migration offers a northerly, book-bound counterpart to "March of the Penguins."

    NYT > Home Page

  • Some beautifully and unexpectedly inventive animation for one, a charming plot, John Cleese's unobtrusive and not too Fawlty narration and even clever interplay between the screen bear and his book-bound original.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • After a year, his digital playground had gained quite the following, for which he decided to take his project one step further by creating a book-bound version of his favourite blog posts.

    The Full Feed from

  • And it's all stuffed into a heavy book-bound case that also contains a sizable booklet translated directly from material included in the original Japanese release.

    Anime News Network

  • Readers are angered about Rod Blagojevich's book-bound babblings. Home RSS

  • Ambe works page by page, the exhibition's catalogue tells us, her subtractions unbalancing the equations of book-bound beauty and forcing them toward figures of greater fascination.



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