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Some articles on published, originally published:

Bert Leston Taylor - Posthumous Publications
... The Cliff Dwellers In Memory of Bert Leston Taylor (B.L.T.) published by W.M ... A Penny Whistle Together With the Babette Ballads published by Alfred A ... This collection of verse originally published in the “Line” over an eight-year period is considered to represent Taylor’s best ...
Dragonriders Of Pern - Publications By The McCaffreys - Other Fiction By Anne McCaffrey
... mostly after Dragonsdawn) "The Survey P.E.R.N." (originally published in 1993 as "The P.E.R.N ... Survey") "The Dolphins' Bell" (originally published in 1993) "The Ford of Red Hanrahan" (original to the collection) "The Second Weyr" (original to the collection) "Rescu ...
List Of Maison Ikkoku Chapters - Volume List
... Are the Neighbors Doing? (隣はなにを…!?, Tonari wa Nani o...!??) (originally published in the November 1980 issue of Big Comic Spirits) 002 ... Soichiro (惣一郎さんっ!!, Sōichirō-san!!?) (originally published in December 1980) 003 ... "Christmas Eve How You Like It") (originally published in January 1981) 004 ...
Lord John Grey
... Originally published in PAST POISONS, ed ... Lord John and the Succubus, a novella, originally published in LEGENDS II Short novels by the Masters of Modern Fantasy, edited by Robert Silverberg ... Published only in Lord John and the Hand of Devils ...
Scaphyglottis - Taxonomic History - Synonymy—A Confusing and Controversial Subject.
... Reichenbachanthus João Barbosa Rodrigues published Reichenbachanthus modestus in 1882 ... Reichenbachanthus modestus, originally published as Fractiunguis brasiliensis and also published in 1877 as Hexisea reflexa (Reichenbach) is now Scaphyglottis reflexa ... Reichenbachanthus reflexus, also published as Fractiunguis reflexus and Hexisea reflexa is now Scaphyglottis emarginata ...

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