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Yet I can't help being impressed by this," and, having found the article in the magazine to which he referred, he handed it to his chum.
Oh, it's all plainly written down there," and Tom waved toward the magazine at which Ned was looking.
He has come across some old manuscripts, or ancient document records, referring to this valley, and they state, according to this article he has written for the magazine, that somewhere in the valley is a wonderful city, traces of which have been found twenty to forty feet below the surface, on which great trees are growing, showing that the city was covered hundreds, if not thousands, of years ago.
Perhaps by this time the party may be organized--this magazine is several months old.
Raffles addressed himself to the reading of the magazine with a shrug that showed some temper.
That includes the paper manufacturer, the magazine publisher and the local recyclers.
Magazine cookbooks are popular,'' says Nancy Wyatt, vice president and editor in chief of Birmingham-based Oxmoor House, ``because each magazine has a position in the market -- and these cookbooks really are the epitome of the philosophy of the magazine -- whatever that is.
Along with these messages, however, the magazine also betrayed a subtle distinction in status between the working class and the talented tenth, and between darker skin and lighter.
If a magazine is in good shape, it should hold 30 rounds with no problem.
In this instance, owners of the radio network envision the magazine as a stepping-stone to enhance its contact with growers.
So the 16-year-old Powell promised her father that she would start one herself should there be no black bridal magazine by the time she completed college.
His analysis of how Esquire magazine paved the road to modernity by being the first men's magazine to explicitly and exclusively focus on men's personal and leisure lives is particularly insightful to students of gender, popular culture, and consumerism.