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book off

vb
Canadian to take a period of absence from work due to illness
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I've studied as hard all the term as I possibly could and I've pored over that geometry until I know every proposition in the first book off by heart, even when the letters ARE changed.
Plus a comprehensive index section spanning a satisfying 15 pages rounds the book off.
A FIRST edition isn't the first book off the press, but the very first run of a published book.
Thus he gets the book off on the wrong foot in the very first line--by telling us who Dr.
Teachers are not free to pick any book off the shelf and read it in the classroom.
Instead of getting a book off the shelf, students can have one printed and bound, eliminating two-thirds of the cost, because the movement of the book was done by electronic, rather than physical, means.
Rather, pulling a book off the shelf to check the table of contents, flip through the index, and generally size up the book tends to be the attraction.
Teresa hissed at Edwina: "Don't sell your dirty book off my back.
His preface to this book is only two pages of large type, and it mostly acknowledges a cat named Smitten and all the folks who helped him get this coffeetable book off the press.
The Browse Inside widget - when spread through online communities - is today's equivalent of picking up a book off of a friend's coffee table and glancing through it," said Josh Kilmer-Purcell, New York Times bestselling author of I Am Not Myself These Days (Harper Perennial).
You would have to break in to people's homes and take the book off the bookshelves.
8220;With one easy order, any author can now save money and get the promotion of his or her book off to an explosive start,” said Outskirts Press Manager of Author Support, Elise Connors.