Yes, we are in the midst of an American oil boom, one that helps explain the precipitous decline in gasoline prices over the second half of 2014, as well as an only modest rebound so far in 2015.
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Dennis Hopper's Drugstore Camera is a freewheeling abstract monologue, a visual stream of consciousness and free verse.
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Part of being a city dweller is to know the definitions of sidewalk scavenger or dumpster diver.
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In 1970, when this book was written, the United States was deeply entrenched in the Vietnam War.
Swindler, serial bigamist, jail bird, theatrical promoter, and alleged spy for Abraham Lincoln, William Alvin Lloyd (1822–1869) was a man representative of the worst of his times, as the authors in
One standard for a good book is that it could be a reference for other good books.
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On May 12, 2015, two big events occurred in the digital universe.
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The New Politics of Experience and the Bitter Herbs by Theodor Itten and Ron Roberts is a bold challenge and daring call.
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“not a book for the faint-hearted but demands to be read by both ‘westerners’ and Muslims alike.”
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Baseball historians generally agree on the mainstays of the baseball morality tale. They know that Abner Doubleday had nothing to do with the invention of the game.
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