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  • As this book's publisher I'm certainly biased, but since a few of Jeffrey's (fabulous) earlier titles were released by small presses, I'd perhaps recommend you grab whichever titles you can find ins tores, regardless of order, and dive in without hesitation.

    REVIEW: Deadstock by Jeffrey Thomas

  • Soldier's Boy drew from the niche a dozen heavy silver wrist bangles, gone black with tarnish, and then four wide tores, three of silver and one of beaten gold.

    Renegade's Magic

  • Across his shoulders was draped a tunic of silk and spun gold, while tores of gold and electrum circled his biceps.

    The Black Wing

  • And after all the tores and bracelets and medallions and banners were handed out, and some of the cohorts got group awards of gold or silver wreaths for their standard poles, Gaius Marius spoke.

    The First Man in Rome

  • Instrument-playing and dance music were in the hands of musicians, who were also called mimi, jocula - tores, or minstrels.

    MUSIC AS A DEMONIC ART

  • The “Calcula - tores,” as these writers are called, restricted their at - tention to imaginative cases conceived in abstract terms: they spoke of magnitudes and moving points, and various types of resistive media, but usually in a mathematical way and without reference to nature or the physical universe.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Atuk nenek kita kerja keras tores getah, petik kopi, tanam padi etc nak menyara keluarga.

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  • Businessmen whose products had no clear ethnic identity (Fleischmann's margarine) or who themselves had no connection to the ethnicity of the food they purveyed (such as the German immigrant William Gebhardt who developed a brand of Mexican foods) played key roles in the spread of ethnic foods to grocerys tores consumers nationwide.

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  • Businessmen whose products had no clear ethnic identity (Fleischmann's margarine) or who themselves had no connection to the ethnicity of the food they purveyed (such as the German immigrant William Gebhardt who developed a brand of Mexican foods) played key roles in the spread of ethnic foods to grocvers tores consumers nationwide.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • PnP-compliant operating system completes configuration  ES CD (extended system configuration data) Plug and Play B IOS  Enhanced version of PnP  S tores manual configuration steps A+

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