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    The Artful Nuance  A Refined Guide to Imperfectly Understood Words in the English Language


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    Author: Rod Evans
    Date: 03 Feb 2009
    Publisher: Penguin Putnam Inc
    Language: English
    Book Format: Paperback::208 pages
    ISBN10: 0399534822
    ISBN13: 9780399534829
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    File size: 56 Mb
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