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Curwen Sans type specimen By An Endless Supply
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Curwen Sans was originally drawn by Harold Curwen in 1911. This publication marks the digitisation of the typeface one hundred years on, and includes a critical history of the design.
ENDLESS By C. M. Elias
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"You look at the bluish paper slip you have received the day before: it is imperative to find the clerk who takes care of that matter. Quitting is not an option."
Endless By Wele DenReijer
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Endless... , a gathering of poems in a journey of love
Endless By Wele DenReijer
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Endless... , a gathering of poems in a journey of love
Into the Endless By Paul Francis Stewart
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Three assassination squads set out from the ancient city of Cessair. Their paths are different but their destination is the same - into the Endless. The Myr's best hope of bringing about an end to... More > its suffering hinges upon Chamberlain Llyr's audacious plan to kill Caliban Grayson. But every step the assassination squads take brings them closer to their demise as they slowly realise that some of the greatest dangers come from within. 'Into the Endless' is the second book in the Caliban's End trilogy, a sweeping, unconventional epic fantasy penned by Melbourne author Paul Francis Stewart. The first book in the tale is called 'What Lies Beneath'. The final book is 'Akin to Pity'.< Less
Into the Endless By Paul Francis Stewart
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Three assassination squads set out from the ancient city of Cessair. Their paths are different but their destination is the same - into the Endless. The Myr's best hope of bringing about an end to... More > its suffering hinges upon Chamberlain Llyr's audacious plan to kill Caliban Grayson. But every step the assassination squads take brings them closer to their demise as they slowly realise that some of the greatest dangers come from within. 'Into the Endless' is the second book in the Caliban's End trilogy, a sweeping, unconventional epic fantasy penned by Melbourne author Paul Francis Stewart. The first book in the tale is called 'What Lies Beneath'. The final book is 'Akin to Pity'.< Less
Endless By samira nozari
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" endless " is a poetry book in Farsi language written by Samira Nozari in 2012
Endless By Amir Kuckovic
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Endless Path ... By Davide Cufaro Petroni
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"Endless Path ..." marks the beginning of a clear track in search of Something, an Entity, existed for a period of time, and then, vanished, leaving behind a trail that I had just to... More > follow, whom, for better or for worse, led me to a new level of consciousness. "Endless Path ..." is a mapped out route aiming the concept of perfection, that fortunately can not be reached, because if it would be so, the object itself of the research would be lost. I would never like to know its end ... I prefer to drown in doubts and questions, while remaining with the discretion to think that everything is still possible, keeping my mind occupied by a sharp sublime tought, from now on ...< Less
Endless Path ... By Davide Cufaro Petroni
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"Endless Path ..." marks the beginning of a clear track in search of Something, an Entity, existed for a period of time, and then, vanished, leaving behind a trail that I had just to... More > follow, whom, for better or for worse, led me to a new level of consciousness. "Endless Path ..." is a mapped out route aiming the concept of perfection, that fortunately can not be reached, because if it would be so, the object itself of the research would be lost. I would never like to know its end ... I prefer to drown in doubts and questions, while remaining with the discretion to think that everything is still possible, keeping my mind occupied by a sharp sublime tought, from now on ...< Less