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Beat That For A Date: 2014 Works Collection By Ginger Hoesly
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In 2014, I needed a way to relieve some stress and draw. In 2014, a grey-haired stick insect and a small control freak became my favorite thing to draw. This is a collection of those... More > drawings. (Please note that although you may be a huge Doctor Who fan, you may not like this book. Although there is nothing close to explicit content contained within, it is entirely based around 12, Clara, and them occasionally making out. You have been warned.)< Less
This Is Not A Hug: 2015 Artbook By Ginger Hoesly
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In 2015, I drew a lot. What do I like to draw? I seem to have a fondness for a grey haired stick insect of an alien and a small feisty English teacher. This is a collection of those drawings.
Whotopia Issue 32 May 2018 By Jigsaw Publications
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ISSUE 32: MAY 2018 This issue of Whotopia looks at the world of Doctor Who in print... Douglas Adams does Doctor Who Interview with author Nick Mellish Who You Build Bookmarks in Time –... More > Doctor Who Adventures In Time & Space Master Who 5 – Prints of Darkness Review – The Doctor Falls Review x2 – Twice Upon a Time Wholife – Cooking in the TARDIS Review – Twelfth Doctor Novels Review – This Town Will Never Let Us Go Interview with author Rob Mammone Review – The Script Doctor Target Novelizations and Me The Audio Archives Review: Memories of Amnesia – The EDAs Interview with author Rick Cross. Looking at Covers Review – Black Archives Review – Class Novels The Curate’s Egg – Peter Haining Bookmarks In Time – K9 & Other Mechanical Creatures< Less
Complete Liturgical Poetry Vol. 2 By Adam of St. Victor
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The Abbey of St. Victor, from which the great Latin hymnologist takes his name, and which, originally, was in the suburbs of Paris, was later on absorbed into the city itself, as she enlarged her... More > borders, was celebrated, especially in the twelfth century, as a school of theology. Probably no other religious foundation could boast of such a brilliant triad of doctors of divinity, as the one that graced this Abbey during that century in the persons of Hugh of St. Victor, known to his generation as the “Second Augustine;” his pupil, Richard of St. Victor, named Alter Augustine; and Adam of St. Victor, the author of the Sequences in these volumes, who, as will be apparent to the most cursory reader was even deeply versed in the learning of the school to which he belonged.< Less
Crotchet Castle By Thomas Love Peacock
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Thomas Love Peacock (18 October 1785 – 23 January 1866) was an English novelist, poet, and official of the East India Company. Crotchet Castle is the sixth novel by Thomas Love Peacock, first... More > published in 1831 The story revolves around the Reverend Doctor Folliott, a vigorous middle-aged clergyman with a love for ancient Greek language and literature, who is greatly suspicious of the reform slogan of the "March of Intellect", as well as anything done by the "learned friend" (his nickname for Lord Brougham). There are two romantic courtships, between Mr. Chainmail (who is convinced that the world has gone downhill continuously since the twelfth century) and Susannah Touchandgo (the daughter of a disgraced banker), and between Captain Fitzchrome (an attractive gentleman with only a moderate income) and Lady Clarinda< Less
Sacramental Poetry Vol. III By Adam of St. Victor
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In our continuing effort to publish as much work of the writers within the St. Victor Abbey, which established the first major university of this era and with France, known today as the University... More > of Paris, we debut this series with the works of Adam of St. Victor. ADAM of ST. VICTOR: The Abbey of St. Victor, from which the great Latin hymnologist takes his name, and which, originally, was in the suburbs of Paris, was later on absorbed into the city itself, as she enlarged her borders, was celebrated, especially in the twelfth century, as a school of theology. Probably no other religious foundation could boast of such a brilliant triad of doctors of divinity, as the one that graced this Abbey during that century in the persons of Hugh of St. Victor, known to his generation as the “Second Augustine”; his pupil, Richard.< Less
3000 Facts about TV Shows By James Egan
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Dolly Parton produced Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Peter Dinklage has never read Game of Thrones even though he is the star of the show. Samuel L Jackson showed up unannounced on the set for Breaking... More > Bad, while he was dressed as his Avengers character, Nick Fury and demanded to be on the show. The producers refused. In Doctor Who, the Twelfth Doctor's costume was inspired by David Bowie. Matthew Perry plays Chandler in Friends. He says he can't remember a single thing from the show throughout three seasons. In The Simpsons, Hans Moleman has died at least 15 times. Many mobsters contacted James Gandolfini to tell him his performance was excellent in The Sopranos but warned him not to wear shorts in the show. Kenneth from 30 Rock is immortal. The first episode of Game of Thrones was so bad, it had to be reshot. Millie Bobby Brown was 11 when she was cast as Eleven in Stranger Things. The Tourette Syndrome Association praised the show, South Park, for its accurate portrayal of the Tourette's condition.< Less

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