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miscellany

a miscellaneous collection of essays, poems, etc., by different authors in one volume
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16) The author frontispiece that had been added to The Poetical Miscellany would have been redundant in this publication, first because of the smaller format of the plate and secondly because of the use of the portrait vignette by Currie.
SHOWTIME: Miscellany singers will be accompanied by the Miscellany Band, and songs will come from well-known musicals, including Crazy for You, Barnum, Cabaret and My Fair Lady
The miscellany of literary curiosity is emphatically not a literary miscellany in this more restricted sense.
As a number of scholars have argued, Tottel's Miscellany and its imitators 'marketed exclusivity [.
Geraldine McCaughrean 6 An Eye For An Eye Marjorie Blackman 7 Stupid White Men Michael Moore 8 Spies Michael Frayn 9 Funky Food: Red Nose Day 2003 Jamie Oliver 10 Fingersmith Sarah Waters HARDBACKS 1 Lola Rose Jacqueline Wilson 2 Schott's Original Miscellany Ben Schott 3 Blue Horizon Wilbur Smith 4 31 Songs Nick Hornby 5 The King Of Torts John Grisham 6 Samuel Pepys: The Unequalled Self Claire Tomalin 7 How To Be A Gardener Book Two Alan Titchmarsh 8 The Bad Beginning: Series Of Unfortunate Events Lemony Snicket 9 The Light Of Day Graham Swift 10 Life of Pi Yann Martel
Each one is a kind of sequel: the first is a direct outgrowth of an international conference held at Oxford in 1992, and forms a delayed introduction to the collection of documents on Calvinism in Europe, 1540-1610 published by the same three editors (in different name order, by Manchester University Press) in 1992; the second is an ad hoc collection on what is currently the most intensively studied aspect of sixteenth-century Reformed Protestantism, and offers a more specialized sequel to the miscellany of Calviniana published six years ago as Volume 10 of the same American series.
The event - dubbed Miscellany on theHill - will be in the newly refurbished clubhouse.
Douglas Coupland 8 (8) Teeth Of The Tiger Tom Clancy 9 (-) Lirael Garth Nix 10 (7) Schott's Original Miscellany Ben Schott
Julia is well known for leading roles with local amateur operatic societies and also for her appearances with cabaret group, Miscellany.
In Robert Evans' third book since 1989 on Ben Jonson, he offers his readers a miscellany of historical contexts.
Scarborough fare Miscellany singers Lisa Kendall (left) and Julia Garbutt
1 (1) Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix JK Rowling 2 (2) A Short History Of Nearly Everything Bill Bryson 3 (3) Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix: Adult Edition JK Rowling 4 (4) The Murder Room PD James 5 (6) Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code Eoin Colfer 6 (-) Elder Gods David Eddings, Leigh Eddings 7 (9) Schott's Original Miscellany Ben Schott 8 (5) Bare Bones Kathy Reichs 9 (-) The Wee Free Men Terry Pratchett 10 (-) The Kid: A True Story Kevin Lewis