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great primer

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(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (formerly) a size of printer's type approximately equal to 18 point
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However, it's a great primer for anyone who isn't sure whether they identify as a feminist, or why they should.
A closer look at these four key dimensions of leadership provides an excellent reminder for veteran leaders and a great primer for those new to leadership.
The first two chapters aside, the remaining chapters are very well done and could be a great primer for the beginning costume designer.
(This feature by SPIN, on the oral history of the album, is a great primer, too.) They swore endlessly, talked about penises and stuff, and beat up people at some fictional school.
"The Basics Of Winning Roulette" is a great primer that can be easily read with full comprehension in just one quick setting.
Sex Itself is a great primer to begin examining our history and current academic approaches pertaining to defining sex and gender from a genomic perspective through a historical and philosophical lens.
The key is a great primer. This one promises to keep your make-up in place for 15 hours.
The text, which occupies a printed area of 112x76mm, is printed in black in one of de Worde's two Great Primer fonts, all 2mm textura, with headlines, rubrics, and Lombard initials in red.
White Riot serves as a great primer to the subject of race and racism within punk rock.
If you're interested in understanding the basic machinery of memory--how memories are encoded, where they are stored in the brain, and how they are retrieved--Pieces of Light is a great primer. What it isn't is a significant step forward in understanding the bigger mysteries surrounding memory: what purpose it serves and how it contributes to the formation of the self.