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yellowback

(ˈjɛləʊˌbæk)
n
1. (Journalism & Publishing) a cheap, sensational novel bound in yellow fabric or paper
2. (Currencies) a U.S. dollar having a yellow coloured back
3. (Animals) a lemon coloured fish
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If we need the courts to remind the province, then so be it," said Chief Michael Yellowback.
This guy left five days later with bongo, sitatunga, and yellowback duiker
Yellowback with three-color wood engraving on cover depicting man
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Combined with the diminution of the man's control in the domestic environment, these wide-scale industry changes required character traits associated with femininity and the effete, learned, appearance-obsessed, and physically debilitated Easterners of frontier literature, such as the yellowback Beadle dime novels of the late nineteenth century and the westerns of early twentieth century cinema.
including the Yellowback, the Brownback, and the Greenback.
Unsurprisingly, the publisher George Routledge who produced some of the earliest examples of this genre called his yellowback series the `Railway Library'.
The history of nineteenth-century yellowback publishing is an under-investigated one.
I have been given a strong mandate to initiate legal, political and defensive action against outside encroachment," said Manto Sipi Chief Michael Yellowback.
Dasch was stashing his cash in a suitcase with a false bottom when he realized much of it was in gold notes, so-called yellowbacks that had been taken out of circulation when the United States went off the gold standard in 1934.