From under the stern-sheets he drew out a cloth-bound
The first edition of his guide, which was bought and taken all over the world by visitors to the cross and church - the oldest building in the south of Scotland still in use as a parish church - and the Ruthwell Savings Bank, was cloth-bound
and published in 1927.
My eyes grew bright whenever I opened my yellowing cloth-bound
copy of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and my fingers flipped through the pages that had creased permanently through years of being dog-eared.
A welcome addition to the stable of World War II combat aviation art books, this oversize, hardcover, cloth-bound
volume nicely complements other such folios in its field.
For this to work, the cheddar has to be sharp--such as a classic, cloth-bound
version--for the spiciness of the hops to marry aromatically.
books are a reproduction of the Complete Library of Four Treasures, a prodigious 18th Century work which has been called the 'Great Wall' of Chinese culture.
The original cloth-bound
edition of the catalogue published by the Grolier Club was tastefully designed by noted book designer Jerry Kelly and set (appropriately) in Bodoni types.
Printed on sturdy paper stock, it is available in cloth-bound
hardcover edition at US$65 and paperback at US$48.
I shall treasure my store, which might be worth something to my great grandchildren, especially the cloth-bound
(4) Cheese, from top to bottom, Equinox (a hard Italian cheese), Three Mountain (not aged, washed rime cheese), Glebe Mountain (natural rine swiss), Young Cambridge Classic (cloth-bound
cheddar) and Cambridge Classic (cloth-bound
cheddar) at West River Creamery in Londonderry.