section] 78u-4(e)(l); HAZEN HORNBOOK
, supra note 3, at 284 (rev.
42) Calamari, John, Perillo, Joseph, The law of contracts, 4th edition, Hornbook
series, West publishing Co.
, the human heart is not just the object to be read but at the same time that which teaches to read.
For example, in a class reviewing colonial America, a student may present the potholder as a hornbook
to show what colonial students used for writing in one-room schoolhouses.
As a professional review journal with eighty-five years of experience, The Hornbook
Magazine is uniquely qualified to offer expert advice on juvenile literature.
2) On these recruitment efforts, see George Milburn's The Hobo's Hornbook
(New York: Ives Washburn, 1930) 62-63.
Middleton's mention of the practice at both kinds of theatres is expanded with specific details by Thomas Dekker in The Gull's Hornbook
1993) (providing hornbook
discussion of the Learned
This, of course, is hornbook
law to all of us in the insurance field, but the Court seems intent on breathing new life into these old and oft cited rules.
But while the shonen (boy) and shojo (girl) series common in American bookstores extend into an intimidating number of volumes, their content is often schematic, so thoroughly vetted for their youth audience that many seem adopted from some hornbook
He obviously has not read Death And Dr Hornbook
or To A Louse - there's no romance in those, "It's real hard humour.
an up-to-date analysis and synthesis of constitutional law; a superior resource on the constitutional aspects of federal jurisdiction; the popular one-volume student hornbook
is keyed to this treatise.