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|A Real Page-Turner ... be admonished: of making many books there is no end; |
and much study is a weariness of the flesh. ... said to be the shortest book review
on record, Ambrose Bierce once wrote: "The covers of this book are too far apart.
|The Billings in this book is a recreation based upon fragmentary evidence |
preserved through the accidents of time and ... to complain, as did Ambrose
Bierce in the shortest review ever written, that "the covers of this book are too far
|All the three topics are vast, and there are many good books that deal with these |
topics individually. ... concepts of information theory, error control coding and
cryptography in-between the two covers, without making the covers too far apart.
|Ecclesiastes, 12:12 In what is said to be the shortest book review on record, |
Ambrose Bierce once wrote: "The covers of this book are too far apart." I have not
been able to discover the tide of the book that occasioned this model of concise ...
|This book has obviously been written for those who officiate, umpire, referee and judge sporting events.|
|Furnishes over five thousand quotations, including classic one-liners, quips, and put-downs from such personalities as Groucho Marx, Oscar Wilde, William Shakespeare, Tom Stoppard, Jane Austen, and Dorothy Parker.|
|Blaire knows he is anything but good for her, but somehow she can't fight the attraction she's feeling, especially when she starts to think the attraction might be mutual… Rush is jaded and has secrets Blaire knows she may never uncover ...|