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Heavenly Taste By Sherae E. Cash
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A Taste of Honey By Terra Incognita
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Photo Book of a performance of Taste of Honey
A Taste of Poetry By Yaminah Elam
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A collection of poetry, which consist of nature and love while having been written colorfully and thoughtfully.
Heavenly Taste By Sherae Cash
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Heavly Taste ,Cook Book: A gift for a friend or family , maybe just for you.
A Taste Of Horror By Abbey Dinsmore
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Lisa Evans is a serial killer with taste. A horror themed cookbook accompanied by memoirs.
Read to Taste By Valerie Montgomery
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A book of family recipes that make you think about how your food tastes.
The Taste of Rain By Muris Konjicanin
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The Taste of Rain holds a raw, real and beautiful emotion, from a private, deep place of a man, destined to dream.
Tastes of the Holyland By Violet Appel
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Tastes of the Holyland… Softbound, 138 pages, 6 x 9, black & white. “...From freshly butchered lamb hanging out by the dusty road to Petra to eating grapes from the field... More > and washing them in the ‘fresh’ irrigation water… tasting wine with our Palestinian tour guide and watching sailing feluccas going down the Nile, the author of the Southern Gal’s Cookbook Series takes you on another wild camel ride throughout Lawrence of Arabia’s fabled desert oases. Savor the Tastes of the Holyland in your own backyard or kitchen with this new book… Hubby”< Less
Of the Standard of Taste By David Hume
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Of the Standard of Taste was a seminal essay on aesthetics that is innovative because it requires Hume to address the apparent relativity of taste, a conclusion that appears to follow from his own... More > assumption that the "good" or "beauty" of a good work of art is identical with the positive human responses it generates. The essay's focus on the subject (the viewer, the reader) rather than the object (the painting, the book) is typical of the British "sentimentalists" or moral sense theorists of the eighteenth century. Unlike the French philosophers of the eighteenth century, who sought an objective definition of beauty, the British school tended to look for the connections between taste and moral judgments.< Less
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