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  • Bed and board is dear at some figures 'pon my' vation 'tis! "

    The Mayor of Casterbridge

  • Questionable business practices, smear campaigns and a two-headed woman: not a typical day at the office for conservators at the Northeast Document Conser vation ...

    Uncovered: American War of Circus Posters

  • Questionable business practices, smear campaigns and a two-headed woman: not a typical day at the office for conservators at the Northeast Document Conser vation Center in Andover, Massachusetts.

    Uncovered: American War of Circus Posters

  • The show drew raves (Vogue editor Anna Wintour called it "" fashion history '') -- and one small reser - vation from the Duchess of York, who was there on her first assignment as a cub reporter from Paris Match.

    Slaves Of Fashion

  • This didn't only mean that people died of star-vation; it also meant the disintegration of traditional tribal structures.

    A Love Affair With Africa

  • Then it was, that, opening his eyes, he beheld, and knew me: and being told by the surgeon, that he owed his preser-vation to me, O Grandison! said he, that I had fol — lowed your advice! that 1 had kept my promise with you!

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Sir Charles was generously pleased with the compliment, and made her a fine one on her obser-vation.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • We are exciting to two boys who hate the reser-vation.

    Deuces Wild

  • The hybrid corn investigation includes each of the four main elements of diffusion an inno vation, communication channels, time, and the social system that we have just discussed and serves to illustrate these elements.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • Be a dear and run along to the Obser vation Bar, will you?

    Eighteen

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