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Bibliophile Bullpen: La liseuse de romans skip to main | skip to sidebar
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The liseuse with only 2 buttons under the screen is the slider model with Wifi and Wacom.
They have a new liseuse on their website, but I'm still waiting to hear if it will be at CES.
BooksOnBoard apparently believe that a netbook is a better bet than a liseuse for most families ...
Madame Cleo, who is now as widely known as a diseuse, a liseuse, a friseuse and a clairvoyante, leaped into sudden prominence last November by her startling announcement that the seven letters in the Kaiser's name W i l h e l m represented the seven great beasts of the apocalypse; in the next month she electrified all Paris by her disclosure that the four letters of the word C z a r-- by substituting the figure 1 for C, 9 for Z, 1 for A, and 7 for R produce the date 1917, and indicated a revolution in Russia.