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Disgustingly gross jokes, volume XIV

Julius Alvin

Disgustingly gross jokes, volume XIV

by Julius Alvin

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Published by Kensington Pub. Corp. in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wit and humor.

  • Edition Notes

    Source: Copyright deposit, Jan. 28, 1994.

    Statementby Julius Alvin.
    SeriesZebra books, Zebra book.
    ContributionsKensington Publishing Corp., Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMLC R CP01141
    The Physical Object
    Pagination160 p. ;
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1159368M
    ISBN 100821742701
    LC Control Number94137389

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    *The sequel of this feud has been related. Vol T. p, Heentah and Doondia. Heentah, January 30th, — [p]: This was a short march of three and a half coss, or nine miles, over the same extensive plain of rich black loam, or mal, whence the province of Malwa has its were on horseback long before sunrise ; the air was pure and invigorating ; the peasantry were .   Researching a new book on Shakespeare’s sonnets, I stumbled upon an astonishing piece of hitherto unnoticed evidence in a 16th-century book by a sex-maniac.

    VOLUME 34 / NUMBER 10 MA A NIGHT at the RACES STORY BEGINS ON PAGE 32 a gross receipts surcharge, and State and Federal Universal Service charges. people coming. If she shows up, I’m sure I’ll cope.” “Cleaning house” is a term I picked up from a self-help book during my “quest for emotional independence” phase. It would have been a laborious, expensive project, comparable in scope to the printing of the Book of Mormon. A hint at what such a novel could have contained is offered in Hermon C. Goodwin's volume, Pioneer history or, Cortland County and the Border Wars of New York.


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