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  • I shall continue to read, respond (non-novel style) and build my brand/business/blog part in thanks to the powerful, inspiration that is YOU.

    She Is Vast, And She Contains Multitudes, And She Also Sometimes Throws Her Bra - Her Bad Mother

  • Blocking patents and valid but non-novel patents are high private (you can get big settlements from them)/low social (they just threaten other people) value.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • The problem is that even non-novel or obvious drugs should be tested and proven safe and effective.

    Pay-For-Delay Or Pay-For-Innovation?

  • And of course the other non-novel writing demands sit in the back and say deal with us!

    Uh-oh

  • INTRODUCTION: When the anthology Swords & Dark Magic was announced with its stellar table of contents - anthology that is the only non-novel in my Anticipated 2010 Books Post - the one story I wanted to read the most was "A Rich Full Week" by KJ Parker.

    Anthology Story Review: A Rich Full Week by KJ Parker (Reviewed by Liviu Suciu)

  • Sweet Jesus, moving is exhausting - and today was only a prologue for what's to come aw, isn't that cute, the author used the word "prologue" in a non-novel context!

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • I used yesterday and today to catch up with non-novel business.

    Back to School 2006 « Whatever

  • She wrote a non-novel about her "investigation" into the Vatican II mess and, while most of the book takes a Brit to really get it all, her peroration, which was published in The Latin Mass magazine, is a masterpiece Serpent on the Rock is the title.

    Pitiful need for attention

  • Soaked with salt water or rain, it matters not; they most assuredly help to wile away many an hour, and even the usually non-novel reader is not ashamed to seize the tell-tale yellow-covered volume, and lose himself in its romance _pro tem_.

    A Girl's Ride in Iceland

  • According to the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) (2), despite the alarming increase of resistant strains, there have been only five US approvals for new antibacterial agents between 2003 and 2008, of which four agents were considered non-novel antibiotics.

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