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    • Two cream-colored small plates 5" in diameter 

      Unknown author (1925)
      I was and am sure that there must be a number of such sets around France, and so I was delighted to find these two little dishes on Ebay. Their paint-work is very attractive. Particularly well done is the stance of the fox ...
    • Two Distinct Clones of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) with the Same USA300 Pulsed-Field Gel Electrophoresis Profile: a Potential Pitfall for Identification of USA300 Community-Associated MRSA 

      Larsen, Anders R.; Goering, Richard; Stegger, Marc; Lindsay, Jodi A.; Gould, Katherine A.; Hinds, Jason; Sorum, Marit; Westh, Henrik; Boye, Kit; Skov, Robert (2009)
    • Two distinct waxy alleles impact the granule-bound starch synthase in sorghum 

      Sattler, Scott E.; Singh, Jaswinder; Haas, Eric J.; Guo, Lining; Sarath, Gautam; Pedersen, Jeffrey F. (2009)
    • Two Donkeys and a Bridge 

      Steadman, Ralph (Andersen PressHutchinson Group. LondonRichmond, 1983)
      Originally copyrighted by Nord-Süd Verlag in 1972. This revised edition first published in Great Britain in 1983 by Andersen Press Ltd. The back cover speaks of this revised edition of one of Ralph Steadman's early ...
    • The Two Doves. 

      Boutet De Monvel, Louis Maurice (London; New-York: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.. 1871)
      color illustration|Page 10|Select fables from La Fontaine. La Fontaine, M. B. de Monvel, Elizur Wright, Wright. London; New-York: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1871.
    • The Two Doves. 

      Boutet De Monvel, Louis Maurice (London; New-York: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.. 1871)
      color illustration|Page 10|Select fables from La Fontaine. La Fontaine, M. B. de Monvel, Elizur Wright, Wright. London; New-York: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1871.
    • The Two Doves. 

      Boutet De Monvel, Louis Maurice (London; New-York: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.. 1871)
      color illustration|Page 11|Select fables from La Fontaine. La Fontaine, M. B. de Monvel, Elizur Wright, Wright. London; New-York: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1871.
    • The Two Doves. 

      Boutet De Monvel, Louis Maurice (London; New-York: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.. 1871)
      color illustration|Page 11|Select fables from La Fontaine. La Fontaine, M. B. de Monvel, Elizur Wright, Wright. London; New-York: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1871.
    • Two Epigrams 

      No Author (Quail Hill Press. San Rafael, CA, 1982)
      The title-pages of this miniature continue: To a Mockingbird Singing, The Swallow and The Grasshopper, From the Greek Anthology. A curiosity of this book is that, after that title-page, the first offering is titled To a ...
    • Two Evil Tags: and (Two Icons of Early HTML and Why Some Love to Hate Them) 

      Whipple, Jr,Robert D. (University of Minnesota Press. Minneapolis, MN, 2010)
    • Two Fables 

      Malamud, Bernard (Bennington College]The Banyan Press. Pawlet, Vermont[Bennington, Ver., 1978)
      The two fables here, The Jewbird and Talking Horse, are set by hand in Garamond and were published by Bennington College as part of the celebrations that marked the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the College. The ...
    • Two Fables 

      No Author (Doubleday, Page. Garden City, 1925)
      Here is an extra copy of the first edition, though not signed by the author, as the copy in the collection is. A delightful introduction engagingly brings the reader to the points in Morley's life at which he met each of ...
    • Two Fables 

      No Author (Farrar, Straus and Giroux. NY, 1986)
      Here is an extra copy. See my copy of the British original (1986). This copy has a different cover, different coloring for the spine title, and different fonts and organization for the early pages. The two editions seem, ...
    • Two Fables 

      Hauff, Wilhelm; Morley, Christopher; Musset, Alfred de (Doubleday Page & company,. Garden City, N.Y.,, 1925)
      A delightful introduction engagingly brings the reader to the points in Morley's life at which he met each of these two fairy tales. Morley seems to use that expression interchangeably with fables. De Musset's ...
    • Two Fables 

      Dahl, Roald (Farrar Straus and Giroux,. NY, 1986)
      See my copy of the British original (1986). This copy has a different cover, different coloring for the spine title, and different fonts and organization for the early pages. The two editions seem, however, to use the ...
    • Two Fables 

      Dahl, Roald (Penguin Viking. MiddlesexNew York, N.Y., 1986)
      Dahl is the noted author of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and other stories. Both of these fables are delightful, ironic, contemporary: The Princess and the Poacher and Princess Mammalia. Dahl is indeed ...
    • Two Fables of Aesop With Designs on Wood 

      Aesop (Vagabond Press of Lloyd Whydotski. Menomonie, WI, 1818)
      Nice cuts of The Lion, the Tiger, and the Wolf and The Envious Man and the Covetous. A curious little book. Notice the spelling of the city in Wisconsin!
    • Two Fables of Japan 

      Mushanokōji, Saneatsu; Natori, Junʻichi (Hokuseido. Tokyo, 1957)
      A spring trip to a Creighton alumni gathering in Denver gave me a chance to look for books, and here is one that I found. The two dramas here are, I believe, extended fables: The Man of the Flowers and The Rabbit's Revenge. ...
    • Two FDC envelopes celebrating the 12 Franc stamp 

      Unknown author (1955)
      I had not been aware of this Florian stamp. He was born in Sauve in Gard in 1755. Poor Florian. Even this celebration of him includes, in the prose under his portrait: "Author of lovely pastorals and especially of numerous ...
    • The Two Fellows and the Bear. 

      Heighway, Richard (London and New York; MacMillan and Co.. 1894)
      black-white illustration|Page 119| The Fables of Æsop : Selected, Told Anew, and their History Traced by Joseph Jacobs; Done into Pictures by Richard Heighway. London, New York: MacMillan, 1894