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bookbinder

bookbahyn der

  • n  a worker whose trade is binding books

  • Among those who rebelled was Segundo David Peralta, a bookbinder from Tucuman, who took to the jungle with a band that soon grew to 30 or 40 members.
  • That afternoon, the GPO suspended the reticent bookbinder without pay.
  • The 45-year-old former bookbinder peddles American author Irving Wallace's The Fan Club for 110 rupees ($2.
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  • Stuart Rabner in phillyBurbs.com
    Judge Bookbinder is highly respected by judges, members of the bar and staff,Rabner said. "He is widely known as a fair-minded judge, a wise manager and a valued colleague. He takes the helm of a vicinage that has enjoyed superb leadership...
  • Desmond FitzGerald in New York Times
    Me a book binder? Actually when I was sitting with a real bookbinder here in London - I apprenticed with him for an entire afternoon, getting a crash course in how to do gold leaf marble pages - I realised that it is a job that requires a lot of... Brendan Fraser http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brendan_Fraser&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNF-gZl9UsqHr4noGqoWLRbWKu0m_A Malaysia Star http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.star-ecentral.com/news/story.asp%3Ffile%3D/2009/1/16/movies/3010870%26sec%3Dmovies&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEraCO5BD8lVVxus5cpJIF68jCKnQ Jan 15, 2009 11613 16092 bookbinding There is an ebullience in Irish decorative arts - the plasterwork, the silver, the bookbinding and furniture," Mr. FitzGerald said. "Perhaps the result of a provincial feeling of superseding the mother country, England."

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