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Columns By Peter Young
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Columns By V.A. van Bijsterveld-Linders
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Een bundeling van de leukste, opmerkelijkste en grappigste columns van schrijfster / correspondente / journaliste, maar vooral moeder, Vivianne van Bijsterveld.
Columns By Peter Ketel
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Selected Columns By Steve Frank
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Selected columns by Steve Frank, Washington, DC attorney and writer.
Collected Columns By Steve Frank
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Selected newspaper columns by an attorney and writer in Washington, D.C.
A Feast of Columns By Sheila Lisman
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A book of selected columns reprinted from the community columnist section of the Hutchinson News in Hutchinson, Kansas, 2007 - 2013.
The Malism Columns By the Resistance
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Forty columns about an age-old problem. Everything sucks: the world is evil by design and consent. From the overpriced healthcare monopoly, to open-ended pension obligations, to the inexhaustible... More > torments of bureaucracy and software, to the politically incorrect truths that cannot be spoken. Most of all, it's about all the barriers designed to make life more painful for the benefit of insiders. Most columns were originally published in the past five years on a variety of blogs and websites. Written by several authors and anonymous comment contributors, they are published together for the first time. The evil is everywhere . . . - Why teachers suck - Why Fred Phelps of the Westboro Baptist Church is actually a hero and Bill Gates is the devil - The great inter-generational wealth theft - Pro Life? No, Pro Death - Unspeakable truths about gender identity, the threat of polygamy, copyright, hypocrisy... - And the greatest evil of all: tolerance< Less
The Malism Columns By the Resistance
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Forty updated columns and rants about an age-old problem. Everything sucks: the world is evil by design and consent. It's a political problem, from the overpriced healthcare monopoly, to open-ended... More > pension obligations, to the inexhaustible torments of bureaucracy and software, to the politically incorrect truths that cannot be spoken. Most of all, it's about all the barriers designed to make life more painful for the benefit of insiders. Written by several authors and anonymous comment contributors, they are published together for the first time. The evil is everywhere . . . Why teachers suck. Why Fred Phelps of the Westboro Baptist Church is actually a hero and Bill Gates is the devil. The great inter-generational wealth theft. Pro Life? No, Pro Death. Unspeakable truths about gender identity, the threat of polygamy, copyright, hypocrisy... And the greatest evil of all: tolerance.< Less
Wooden Columns By John C. Leeke
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How to stabilize, repair and maintain exterior wooden columns. Buy the right columns for your project with sources of supply and installation methods to make restored or new columns last... More > longer. • 34 Illustrations. • 17 Pages.< Less
Caesar's Column By Ignatius Donnelly
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Caesar's Column: A Story of the Twentieth Century is a novel by Ignatius Donnelly, famous as the author of Atlantis: The Antediluvian World. Caesar's Column was published pseudonymously in 1890.The... More > book has been variously categorized asscience fiction, speculative fiction, dystopian fiction, and/or apocalyptic fiction one critic has termed it an "Apocalyptic Utopia." Donnelly's novel tells the story of "a vast conspiracy against mankind has been organized on two continents, and it is rapidly taking possession of the world. If not met and overthrown at once it forebodes terrible social convulsions, the destruction of civilization, or the establishment of an absolute despotism."< Less