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  • The title of this improbable vade mecum — a sternly selective, mostly chronological survey of some two dozen canonical philosophers and their core precepts — is a fair question (even if bathetically asked).

    Cover to Cover

  • The title of this improbable vade mecum — a sternly selective, mostly chronological survey of some two dozen canonical philosophers and their core precepts — is a fair question (even if bathetically asked).

    Cover to Cover

  • His book will certainly be an important vade mecum on the subject for the new negotiations which should begin this summer; I cannot imagine that any international official will want to repeat this work.

    May Books 38) Cyprus, 39) A Functional Cyprus Settlement

  • How Novels Work still impresses me as a handy vade mecum when you just can't figure it out for yourself.

    40 entries from May 2007

  • How Novels Work still impresses me as a handy vade mecum when you just can't figure it out for yourself.

    Upstairs Downstairs

  • Her volume of songs, Zumerteg (Summer Days), is a vade mecum for lovers of Yiddish.

    Beyle Schaechter-Gottesman.

  • Tui Nati vulneráti, tam dignáti pro me pati, poenas mecum dívide.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • He wrote a monograph on the fulmar and the still unsurpassed Shell Bird Book, a vade mecum of the cultural and natural history of British birds.

    A Year on the Wing

  • Improperium exspectavit cor meum, et miseriam: et sustinui, qui simul mecum contristaretur, et non fuit: consolantem me quaesivi, et non inveni: et dederunt in escam meam fel, et in siti mea potaverunt me aceto, potaverunt me aceto.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • How Novels Work still impresses me as a handy vade mecum when you just can't figure it out for yourself.

    Upstairs Downstairs

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