Readings

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Amy A. Kass - Publications
... of five books, including the reader Giving Well, Doing Good Readings for Thoughtful Philanthropists ... stories she co-edited with her husband, Leon Kass, called Wing to Wing, Oar to Oar Readings on Courting and Marrying ... The book is a compilation of short readings on areas of American identity, character, and civic life ...
St James's Hall - Readings By Charles Dickens
... Dickens presented a final series of "Farewell Readings," at the hall, which commenced on the evening of October 6, with a program devoted to "Doctor Marigold" (from the Christmas Story) and "The Trial" from ... on 100 readings for the princely sum of £8,000 pounds ... to add that any announcement made in connexion with these FAREWELL READINGS will be strictly adhered to and considered final and that on no consideration whatever will Mr ...
Minuscule 1424 - Text
... of the Byzantine text-type with alien readings ... But there are more of the Alexandrian readings than Caesarean ... It has also 35 independent or distinctive readings ...
Mishkan T'filah - Development
... within the congregation and that the traditional responsive readings were found to limit participation ... on the right page and additional readings on the left from such authors as Yehuda Amichai and Langston Hughes ... service to stay on the right side of the prayerbook, while others could choose to focus on the readings on the left ...
List Of Category 4 Atlantic Hurricanes - List of Category 4 Hurricanes - Listed in Chronological Order
... Also, some pressure readings for the older storms may have been taken at a time other than the storm's peak intensity ... Thus, some pressure readings might not be the minimum pressure ... Some pressure readings are unavailable due to scarce information ...

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