Black Book

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Little Black Book (song) - Track Listing - CD 2
... "Little Black Book" (Little black mix version) "Little Black Book" (Belinda's in the house mix version) "Little Black Book" (Album version) "The Air You Breathe" ...
Black Book Of The Admiralty
... The Black Book of the Admiralty is a compilation of English admiralty law created over the course of several English monarchs' reigns, including the most. 1160 by Eleanor of Aquitaine, although the Black Book is undoubtedly later ... The book itself states that the High Court of Admiralty was established during the reign of Edward I (1272–1307), although more recent scholarship places the establishment at c ...
Black Book - Other Uses
... The Black Book of the Admiralty, a collection of medieval maritime law Black Book (gambling), a nickname for a list of individuals blacklisted from casinos An ... A traditional name for a grimoire, Book of Shadows, or other text instructing in magic Cyprianus, a traditional title or author for a Scandinavian grimoire (svar ... Black Book, a slang term for a graffiti artist's notebook or sketchbook ...
The Black Book (Durrell Novel)
... The Black Book is a novel by Lawrence Durrell, published in 1938 by the Obelisk Press ... extravaganza it is intrinsically and essentially, the book of a young man - Durrell was 24 when he wrote it - richly obscene, energetically morbid, very often very funny indeed, self-pitying, but ...
Black Book (novel) - Plot Summary
... Rachel snatches a little black book of his notes from Smaal's body ... Using the Black Book, Rachel and a Canadian officer successfully convince a grieving Kuipers of her innocence and Akkermans's guilt ... The black book - with Smaal's notes - proves all too convincing, documenting wealthy Jews seeking to escape from the Germans ...

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