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bookcrossing

(ˈbʊkˌkrɒsɪŋ)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) the practice of deliberately leaving books in places where they will be found and read by other people
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As part of the first phase of the deviation Espalion this contract relates to the production of a book Crossing Lot on common Espalion and Bessuejouls.
It includes: the development of the entonnement flows to cross the N113; compliance hydraulics book crossing the N113, creating a gap bypass future park from the book in the N113 to the existing structure in the Rd26e; managing traffic on the N113 during the construction phase by creating a temporary diversion, the offset of affected networks
Crosby, commenting on the Pope's book Crossing the Threshold of Hope, writes that its reader
In his 1994 book Crossing the Threshold of Hope, Pope John Paul II wrote that Buddhism is an atheistic system in which enlightenment "comes down to the conviction that the world is bad." While Rome stressed that the book merely stated the private opinions of the pope and does not carry Vatican authority, the pope's words offended many Buddhists.
People can find out more about John's world book crossing plan by logging on to www.marsupialelvis.com.
Last year Canadian religious commentator and broadcaster Tom Harpur had a column in the Toronto Star headed "Fresh thought a light to hope"--a title reminiscent of the Holy Father's book Crossing the Threshold of Hope.
Contract notice: Rd17: pr17 + 932 town of maussane-les-alpilles- demolition and reconstruction of the book crossing the gaudre des barres (bridge hangman).
England test star Kevin Pietersen signs the bat of 16-year-old Sam Sharples, a pupil of Bablake School, Balsall Common, at Water-stones in High Street, Birmingham where he was signing copies of his book Crossing The Boundary JR150906KevinPietersen-8 Picture, JOHN REAVENALL' Anurag Johri and Deepti Anurag
Read Regional coincides with the local launch of the Book Crossing initiative.
The cricketer has published an account of his life so far in the book Crossing the Boundary: The Early Years in My Cricketing Life.
Pawlikowski pointed, for example, to John Paul's words on anti-Semitism in his 1994 book Crossing the Threshold of Hope, and the note he left behind at the Western Wall in Jerusalem in 2000.
The first tranche received significant interest from international and regional market participants with oversubscription of more than 3.7 times of the amount issued, with overall order book crossing the SR6 billion, the statement added.