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  3. All this makes me a prime audience for "The LP Show," a staggering exhibition of twenty-five hundred covers from the age of vinyl that debuted at New York's Exit Art last summer. Here was my kind of treasure chest, with almost everything on display causing .
  4. An excerpt from the book The History of the Small Pox by James Carrick Moore. A drawing of a sugar plantation. An excerpt from The Potato, a book by Arthur W. Gilbert. An photograph of a traditional Native American cow shield. An excerpt from a book describing plant and bird discoveries in New England.
  5. Label: Columbia - CDS • Series: The Columbia Literary Series • Format: 12x, Vinyl LP, Compilation Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Spoken Word, Poetry5/5(2).
  6. Read the excerpt below from "The White Company" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and answer the question that follows. The landlady looked at him in a motherly way and shook her head. "You have had no great truck with the world," she said, "or you would have learned that it is the small men and not the great who hold their noses in the air.".
  7. The image of children and cows wandering the town in search of help they will not receive is a particularly pathetic one that makes tangible the suffering of all these innocents for a 20th- and.
  8. Condor derives all of his physical power from this internal ability to interpret what he sees in the landscape of his mind. Condor Symbolism & The Power Of Interpretation. The Condor animal totem receives messages from his inner and outer environment through his inner sight, or vision, but, his power lies in the ability to interpret what he sees.

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