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It’s been an interesting week with several things ‘converging’ for me: a forgotten pre-order item, a purchase substituting for a convention, and my largest single “back issue” purchase ever. 601 more words

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For Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 Omnibus Workbook North

Omnibus surveys offer another advantage – speedy turnaround time. Integration of just one question is almost immediate because polls are short in length and then are continually running in various locations and formats. 270 more words

Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Omnibus Workbook North American

Omnibus polls can meet a wide range of research needs, and are therefore employed within academic and governmental settings as well as the private sector. Any organization in need of public opinion to a series of questions can benefit from them. 358 more words

An Sand Omnibus Edition

Omnibus surveys offer another advantage – speedy turnaround time. Integration of just one question is almost immediate because polls are short in length and then are continually running in various locations and formats. 152 more words

Closer Shift Omnibus Edition Silo Saga Volume 2

Make absolutely no mistake concerning it-sustaining a accurately-working silo is definitely truly serious business. Blockages, debris build up, as well as the resulting lost storage space could really hurt just about any operation’s bottom line As a result, key elements of… 267 more words

Latest Fantastic Four Omnibus makes Silver Age Trifecta

Fantastic Four Omnibus 3 (Stan Lee & Jack Kirby) collects Fantastic Four 61-93, Annuals 5-7 (from April 1967 to December 1969). This one has a ton of extras, including FF stories from Not Brand Ecch 5-7 from 1968. 1,076 more words

Marvel

The Vampire Genevieve

The Vampire Genevieve by Jack Yeovil

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So, here’s another¬†secret-that-isn’t-a-secret: Jack Yeovil is Kim “Anno Dracula” Newman. Most folks who have heard one name or the other already know this, but in case anyone coming into the series doesn’t know that, the foreword is credited to Kim Newman. 1,014 more words

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