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Take Jennings for Instance
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Pages: 208, Edition: First Edition, Paperback, Macmillan Children's Books  read more
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Con noi instancabile
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Perfect Paperback, Marcianum Press  read more
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Suzuki AW Harmonica (Blue)
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Children diatonic harmonica set, with guide, let's play in 5minutes. Blue.  read more
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Crucial instances
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Pages: 262, Paperback, Ulan Press  read more
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Crucial Instances
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremel....  read more
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Crucial Instances
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Pages: 252, Paperback, BiblioBazaar  read more
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Crucial Instances
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Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition), as this leads to bad quality books with introduced typos. (2) In books where there are images such as portraits, maps, sketches etc We have endeavoured to keep the quality of these images, so they represent accurately the original artefact. Although occasionally there may be certain imperfections with these old texts, we feel they deserve to be made available for future generations to enjoy.  read more
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Crucial Instances
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"Crucial Instances," by Edith Wharton. Edith Wharton was pulitzer prize-winning American novelist, short story writer, and designer (1862-1937).  read more
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Crucial Instances
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Crucial Instances
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Crucial Instances' is renowned writer Edith Wharton's short story collection. It was first published in the year 1901. The stories narrated here are written in the classic Victorian style.  read more
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Crucial Instances
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In 1921, Edith Wharton became the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize, earning the award for The Age of Innocence. But Wharton also wrote several other novels, as well as poems and short stories that made her not only famous but popular among her contemporaries. That included her good friend Henry James, and she counted among her acquaintances Teddy Roosevelt and Sinclair Lewis.   read more
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Crucial Instances
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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was condu....  read more
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Crucial Instances
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Crucial Instances
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Edith Wharton's classic 1901 short story collection. Included are: "The Duchess at Prayer," "The Angel at the Grave," "The Recovery," "Copy: A Dialogue," "The Rembrandt," "The Moving Finger," and "The Confessional."  read more
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First Instance
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It used to be that only the wealthiest of nations could send only their best and brightest to the Moon. By 2154, however, things have changed. Research stations, UN outposts, mass drivers, and even a few resorts now share lunar real estate with the remnants of mankinds first ventures into space exploration. And because these new lunar colonies have an increasing number of the comforts of home, it means there are plenty of jobs for someone else: someone else to change out old air scrubbers; someone else to replace sheets of silicate glass when they get too pockmarked by micrometeorites; someone else to change out dusty wires on your mass driver installation that cost more than some nations combined GDPs.Andy Lukassen is a civilian electrician on the Moon, held by the United Nations for a crime he definitely did commit, who uses his one phone call on the first law firm he can think of.Tony Vasquez and Kavita Pandit are new attorneys way out of their depththree hundred eighty-five thousand kilometers out, to be precisewho take the case.When put up against two million-dollar plane tickets, no clear legal precedent, nativists threatening war back home, and the United Nations Peace-keeping Force, its no wonder the senior partner thinks this one will be a slam dunk for the prosecution. None of what theyre about to do has been done before, but theres a first time for everything.  read more
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Crucial instances
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Crucial Instances
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An Instance of Perhaps
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political and faith based poetry favoring Donald Trump, condemning Kerry and Hollywood prior to the Presidential Inauguration  read more
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A Modern Instance
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The village stood on a wide plain, and around it rose the mountains. They were green to their tops in summer, and in winter white through their serried pines and drifting mists, but at every season serious and beautiful, furrowed with hollow shadows, and taking the light on masses and stretches of iron-gray crag. The river swam through the plain in long curves, and slipped away at last through an unseen pass to the southward, tracing a score of miles in its course over a space that measured but three or four. The plain was very fertile, and its features, if few and of purely utilitarian beauty, had a rich luxuriance, and there was a tropical riot of vegetation when the sun of July beat on those northern fields. They waved with corn and oats to the feet of the mountains, and the potatoes covered a vast acreage with the lines of their intense, coarse green; the meadows were deep with English grass to the banks of the river, that, doubling and returning upon itself, still marked its way with a dense fringe of alders and white birches. But winter was full half the year. The snow began at Thanksgiving, and fell snow upon snow till Fast Day, thawing between the storms, and packing harder and harder against the break-up in the spring, when it covered the ground in solid levels three feet high, and lay heaped in drifts, that defied the sun far into May. When it did not snow, the weather was keenly clear, and commonly very still. Then the landscape at noon had a stereoscopic glister under the high sun that burned in a heaven without a cloud, and at setting stained the sky and the white waste with freezing pink and violet. On such days the farmers and lumbermen came in to the village stores, and made a stiff and feeble stir about their doorways, and the school children gave the street a little life and color, as they went to and from the Academy in their red and blue woollens. Four times a day the mill, the shrill wheeze of whose saws had become part of the habitual silence,  read more
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A Modern Instance
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