Magazines

Some articles on magazines, magazine:

Moran Atias - Magazines
... Cover "Flaunt" USA "Men's Fitness" USA "944" USA 60 Magazine - Writing a monthly column for an established fashion magazine for the female audience ... Rosh 1 Magazine - Teen Magazine Fhoto Italy, Max Italy 2002-2004, "Corriere Della Sera" Special Moda, "Capital" Italy, "Class" Italy, Onda TV, Happy Web, "Leisha ...
Titan Magazines - History
... Titan Magazines launched in 1995 with Star Trek Magazine with John Freeman as first editor, although it had previously published several one shot film tie-in ... Since then it has published many film, TV and comics titles, including poster magazines for Tim Burton's Batman ... Some of Titan's magazines are published in the U.S ...
Glock19 - Design Details - Feeding
... The Glock 17 feeds from staggered-column or double stack magazines that have a 17-round capacity (which can be extended to 19 with an optional floor plate) or ... For jurisdictions which restrict magazine capacity to 10 rounds, Glock offers single stack 10-round magazines ... The magazines are made of steel and are overmolded with plastic ...
Accelerated Reader - Components - Quizzes
... Quizzes are also available on textbooks, supplemental materials, and magazines ... Magazine quizzes are available for old magazines as well as on a subscription basis for new magazines ... quizzes include three of the Time for Kids series magazines, Cobblestone, and Kids Discover ...
Titan Magazines
... Titan Magazines is the magazine-publishing division of Nick Landau's Titan Publishing Group ... Titan Magazines' publishing director is Chris Teather ...

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