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Aldine

(ˈɔːldaɪn; -diːn)
adj
relating to Aldus Manutius (1450–1515), Italian printer, or to his editions of the classics
n
1. (Library Science & Bibliography) a book printed by the Aldine press
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) any of the several typefaces designed by Aldus Manutius
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Aldus Manutius (Aldine edition), Venice, 1495 (complete works).
Husband, Dad, Grandpa, Best Friend, Master of Muskies, Crossbow Crusader, Father of Nature, Our Santa Claus, Legendary Highway Man, Mayor of Aldine Street.
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Hoping for a love match this week are science technician and date virgin Ian, 31, and five-times-engaged-but-never-wed Aldine (left), 42, plus dominatrix Sherry, 65, who returns for a second bite of the FD cherry.
Last Thursday, Superintendent Wanda Bamberg honored Aldine ISD students who took extra classes this summer to graduate.
Hall joins Commerce from Aldine Capital Partners in Chicago where he served as director.
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Economists Chen and Galenson (1914-99) both seem to have been at Cornell University when they collaborated on the study, which was published by Aldine in Chicago as The Chinese Economy under Communism.
The 1967 edition was a volume in Aldine's series Perspectives on the Biology of Man.