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The Aristocrats By Patrick Joseph
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THE ARISTOCRATS is the foulest, strangest, most offensive, stomach churning and mind bending joke ever told... this short monograph offers a study of what may very well be the definitive version of... More > the joke known as the "stand up's shibboleth."< Less
Aristocrat 1 By Qjo Jotaro
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In this fantasy world, there are three ranks in the society: Aristocrat, commoner and slave. Aristocrats are mostly female, they live in big luxurious mansion with nice area. They can do anything... More > to slaves or even kill them. They take any commoners to become slaves for personal serving, labor and entertaining. Some slaves are treated as Aristocrats' pets. In the commoner town, people are poor and starving. One day, the aristocrat girl, Margaret, is riding her horse in town for pleasure with hidden goal in mind. What will she do to those poor commoners and slaves? Her dominant attitude may shock you! The comic is 19 pages long (PDF format) with several pages in color. Comic contains boots crush, barefoot crush, insole, shrunken, whipping and female domination. Warning for strong violence. by Qjo Jotaro and Amian< Less
Aristocrat2 By Qjo Jotaro
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Aristocrat 2 After villager kid stole bread from her mansion. Margaret is heading to commoner's town and tend to unleash her punishment to show those lowly commoners that no one can steal from her. ... More > If she can not find the criminal, she may crush the whole town. How will villagers react? Comic is 17 pages long in full color (except 1 page in b&w) This comic contains shrinking, boot crush, female domination.< Less
The Codfish Aristocrat By Ken Lord
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Rose Silberg -- McCarthy Rose -- a prostitute, is brutally murdered in the little town of McCarthy, Alaska, in March of 1918, just after the influenza quarantine is lifted. Suspects include a... More > railroad stationmaster, a copper company accountant, a druggist, and a mercantile owner. Nothing is normal -- it is all bizarre.< Less
The Codfish Aristocrat By Ken Lord
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Rose Silberg -- McCarthy Rose -- a prostitute, is brutally murdered in the little town of McCarthy, Alaska, in March of 1918, just after the influenza quarantine is lifted. Suspects include a... More > railroad stationmaster, a copper company accountant, a druggist, and a mercantile owner. Nothing is normal -- it is all bizarre.< Less
Art and the Aristocrat By Lee J H Fomes
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The third instalment in the bestselling 'The L-Shaped Village' Series, telling the story of the boy who may or may not turn out to be Santa Claus.
The Aristocratic Neck By Sue Kendrick, Lois Crofton, Julie Holland
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An anthology of stories, poems and songs relating the sensational murder of John Johnson by Laurence Shirley, Earl Ferrers, which took place at Staunton Harold Hall in 1760. The Earl was... More > subsequently hanged for the crime and achieved additional notoriety by becoming the last peer of the realm to suffer capital punishment.< Less
Code of the New Aristocrat By Stephen Warde Anderson
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A discussion of the need for gentlemanly behavior in the contemporary world and a description of the values and attainments of the post-modern gentleman, whom the author calls the New Aristocrat.
Code of the New Aristocrat By Stephen Warde Anderson
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A discussion of the need for gentlemanly behavior in the contemporary world and a description of the values and attainments of the post-modern gentleman, whom the author calls the New Aristocrat.
Aristocratic Pyrates of the Albemarle By B.C. Brooks
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Edward Moseley undoubtedly had a tremendous affect on the British American colony of North Carolina. His influences, both social and economic, have had a contribution to the aristocratic nature and... More > the liberties that he exercised while an early "public servant" in North Carolina. Those influences include many well-known names, like Isaac Newton, Daniel Defoe, Christ's Hospital and the Royal Mathematical School. Hubris journeyed with him from London to America.< Less