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bncdoc.id G00 David Lee's classification W_commerce bncdoc.author Budget, Henry;et al bncdoc.date bncdoc.title [Miscellaneous articles about desk-top publishing] bncdoc.info [Miscellaneous articles about desk-top publishing]. Sample containing about 94394 words of miscellanea (domain: commerce) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written miscellaneous

No longer can there be a neat and tidy debate in the pages of august journals such as this as to the benefits , or otherwise , of the new product . This time it has all gone public . What is even worse is that desktop publishing delivers to the mass market at a ridiculously low price the technology that traditional electronic publishing system suppliers have been promising us for years(d)--the ability to mix text and graphics freely on a page . Just the fact that this can be achieved at less than £10,000 for a complete system is rather likely to upset anyone who has invested hundreds of thousands in ` Third Wave ' systems and discovers that , for a tenth the cost they could actually achieve rather more . Indeed , much of the backlash against desktop publishing has come from these quarters rather than being based on serious evaluation of the technology and its strengths and weaknesses .




bncdoc.id G37 David Lee's classification W_pop_lore bncdoc.author bncdoc.date 1991-02 bncdoc.title Yachting World. bncdoc.info Yachting World. Sample containing about 47052 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Our chartered Sunsail 350 , La Pietra , rode contentedly with the other anchored boats in the shimmering heat of the afternoon , and it was not until the sun turned bright orange and began to drop rapidly seawards that anyone in the boat felt like stirring . The forecast from Livorno has spoken of increasing winds and I laid out all the chain before we rowed ashore ( feeling curiously British and eccentric using oars among so many outboards ) for the pasta and wine we had been promising ourselves since mid-morning (a). I left the crew to fend for themselves ; they were a married couple , after all , and I remembered a small trattoria in a back street where I had enjoyed a candlelit meal . Sadly , the building was now a bank .




bncdoc.id HHW David Lee's classification W_hansard bncdoc.author bncdoc.date 1992 bncdoc.title [Hansard extracts 1991-1992] bncdoc.info [Hansard extracts 1991-1992]. Sample containing about 292389 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written miscellaneous

Britain has an inflation rate of 4.1 per cent . and a growth rate of minus 2.5 per cent . The Government have reduced inflation only by imposing the second Tory slump in 10 years . That is the price the Chancellor and the Prime Minister think is worth paying -- the price of decline and despair for families , the price of the dissolution of industries upon which we in this country depend for our future . The Prime Minister and the Chancellor are now(a) promising recovery . To be sure , the whole country needs recovery . People in every industry , service and region need recovery . We need recovery in my constituency , where unemployment has risen by 39 per cent . in the past 12 months . They need recovery in the Chancellor 's constituency of Kingston upon Thames , where unemployment has risen by 102 per cent . during the past 12 months .




bncdoc.id HHX David Lee's classification W_hansard bncdoc.author bncdoc.date 1992 bncdoc.title [Hansard extracts 1991-1992] bncdoc.info [Hansard extracts 1991-1992]. Sample containing about 410370 words of miscellanea (domain: world affairs) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written miscellaneous

Its approach to cost comparisons is to say that they are not fair , whereas the Conservative approach is to ask , ' How can we do better ? How can we provide a better service ? ' The hon. Member for Dagenham ( Mr. Gould ) , in a half sentence that he perhaps did not mean to utter , let the cat out of the bag . He said that the real problem was a failure of local government funding . In other words , like all of his Labour colleagues , he is promising paradise when he should be talking about priorities(a) . Labour makes promises : a new council house building programme , more money for community care , more money for roads and pavements , more for teachers , better schools , extra equipment , new capital expenditure , leisure centres and sports facilities -- and all of this to be funded without a general increase in taxation . Labour 's deputy leader has been saying to the councils , ' You may not get as much as you want , but you will certainly get more . '




bncdoc.id HL8 David Lee's classification W_non_ac_polit_law_edu bncdoc.author bncdoc.date 1991 bncdoc.title Keesings Contemporary Archives. bncdoc.info Keesings Contemporary Archives. Sample containing about 60789 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Although Kucan had backed the suspending of independence , he was overruled within 24 hours by the Slovenian Assembly . Sporadic outbursts of fighting continued , with claims and counterclaims as to who was responsible , and late on June 29 Gen. Marko Negovanovic , a member of the JNA high command , appeared on television to warn Slovenia to stop fighting or face " decisive military action " . This fuelled concern that the JNA was no longer accountable to the federal government , but within hours (a) Markovic was promising Kucan that there would be no further air raids . On June 30 the EC troika returned to Yugoslavia to try to salvage the peace deal . Poos informed Markovic , and the Presidents of Slovenia , Croatia and Serbia , that unless a ceasefire was implemented and JNA forces returned to their barracks the EC 's US$1,155 million five-year aid programme to Yugoslavia would be frozen .




bncdoc.id HY7 David Lee's classification W_ac_humanities_arts bncdoc.author Saunders, David bncdoc.date 1994 bncdoc.title Russia in the age of reaction and reform 1801-1881. bncdoc.info Russia in the age of reaction and reform 1801-1881. Sample containing about 43678 words from a book (domain: world affairs) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

" He had a practical outlook on life , the ability to understand things quickly ( even things about which he knew little ) , and an understanding of people " . His brother Dmitrii had been making a good case for emancipation at the War Ministry , but his own importance , in the long run , was to be greater . Although he was by no means a radical , he felt that the government 's best chance of maintaining its authority was to give more ground -- literally -- than it was (tense) promising to do . In his memorandum for Elena Pavlovna he did not concern himself just with her estate in Ukraine . " The preface and to a still greater degree the text of the memorandum evince the author 's hidden intention to provide general ideas for the transformation of the whole of Russia " . Miliutin either said or implied that the time had passed for half-measures like the Law on Free Agriculturalists of 1803 , the Baltic emancipation of 1816--19 and the Law on Obligated Peasants of 1842 .




bncdoc.id CH7 David Lee's classification W_newsp_tabloid bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title The Daily Mirror. bncdoc.info The Daily Mirror. Sample containing about 87903 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Bruno knocked out hapless John Emmen last November and then big Cuban Jose Ribalta in April and now faces his stiffest test against the 31-year-old who has won 39 and lost three . Duff said : ` Of course it 's a risk fighting Coetzer . It 's undoubtedly the hardest fight Frank has had since his comeback . LEWIS : Tough test FISTS OF FIRE FRANK Bruno was yesterday(a) promising a hot time for his next opponent Pierre Coetzer at a Press conference in London when a fire alarm went off and the building had to be evacuated . Picture : BILL KENNEDY Karl wo n't move MARTIN RICHARDS BRADFORD Northern have refused a bid from Leeds for Great Britain forward Karl Fairbank . Leeds said they had offered a six-figure sum for Fairbank and manager Doug Laughton wanted the player in his side for the home game with St Helens on Sunday week .




bncdoc.id J7C David Lee's classification W_ac_polit_law_edu bncdoc.author Bradgate, Robert bncdoc.date 1991 bncdoc.title Drafting standard terms of trading. bncdoc.info Drafting standard terms of trading. Sample containing about 45149 words from a book (domain: commerce) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Many of these devices will be subject to legal control , either under statute , such as the UCTA 1977 , or common law rules such as the rule against penalties or the law governing the effectiveness of retention of title clauses . In many cases it may be impossible to predict with certainty whether or not a particular clause will be effective . The client will often(r) be promising less than it hopes to be able to deliver : although it may exclude liability for defects in goods , the client will generally seek to deliver goods free from defects , in order to establish or maintain its commercial reputation and protect its trading relationships . The purpose of such terms is often to comply with the terms of the client 's insurance , or to reduce the cost of obtaining insurance cover .




bncdoc.id K1N David Lee's classification W_news_script bncdoc.author bncdoc.date 1993 bncdoc.title [Central television news scripts] bncdoc.info [Central television news scripts]. Sample containing about 41718 words of material written to be spoken (domain: leisure) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written-to-be-spoken

Video-Taped report follows CASTLEMORTON/Worcestershire TONY BALDRY MP/Junior Environment Minister Cllr ALEX STEWART-CLEARY/Malvern Hills/District Council Voice over COMMON Just a small percentage of the original twenty thousand hippies are still camped out on Castlemorton Common in Worcestershire . The rest have moved on , many , prompted by news that tomorrow morning , locals will apply to the courts for an order to get them evicted . That wo n't come a moment too soon for farmers . For the last six days , their lives have been completely disrupted . Now(a) the Government is promising to take steps to ensure this scale of invasion does n't happen again . Up to now the police have played a passive role with the hippies , preferring to keep a watchful eye on them . But local councillors feel now is the time to take stronger action . The travellers who 've moved on voluntarily have been creating problems elsewhere . Last night in Gloucestershire two people were arrested as travellers tried to move onto land in Painswick .




bncdoc.id K2N David Lee's classification W_newsp_other_report bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title Belfast Telegraph: Foreign news pages. bncdoc.info Belfast Telegraph: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 21493 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

No boltholes THE issue of extradition has been a long-running sore in Anglo-Irish relationships . Many people , in Northern Ireland and in Britain , have doubted the will of the authorities in the Republic to hand over wanted republican terrorists who have fled to the south . Critics point out the nit-picking thoroughness which legal authorities in the Republic so often bring to bear on extradition requests . They argue that if the same rigour was applied to drafting proper legislation the problem of bringing suspects to trial could be eliminated . Now(a) the Dublin Government is promising to bring in the toughest extradition legislation in the EC . A Bill extending the grounds on which terrorist suspects can be handed over is to be presented to the Dail early in the next session . It will not come a moment too soon . The existing law is riddled with loopholes and anomalies . At present only automatic weapons are covered . This is to be widened to include all firearms . Possession , not just use , of firearms and explosives will be extraditable offences .




bncdoc.id K3X David Lee's classification W_newsp_other_social bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages. bncdoc.info Liverpool Daily Post and Echo: Leisure pages. Sample containing about 29847 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Tuesday 's relaxed and informal atmosphere puts you at your ease and gives you the time to think through your current life direction and emphasis . Despite the congenial air of unhurried calm you are more than usually assertive and ambitious now . Where do you get all your energy from ? When other sunsigner 's get up and go has got up and gone you 're still going strong , so take pity on a pooped pal or po-fagged partner and ease up a little Tuesday . Knuckle down to any jobs you 've been (tense) promising all and sundry to do , but have secretly been avoiding like the plague . You have a self-disciplined and energetic approach to life now that should help you get even the most arduous and onerous tasks done . A personal problem you thought would be a bed of nails and nothing but a whole heap of hassles and troubles will actually be your big chance to show off your brilliant brain , sensitive nature and warm hearted generosity .




David Lee's classification W_newsp_brdsht_nat_sports bncdoc.author bncdoc.date 1989-19-19 bncdoc.title The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-20: Sport section. bncdoc.info The Guardian, electronic edition of 1989-12-20: Sport section. Sample containing about 9270 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Wigan were dismayed at his condition when he came back , and there was a half-hearted threat from Central Park to demand financial compensation from the Sydney club . He had a successful hernia operation but was a regular visitor to Harley Street as additional deep-seated groin trouble failed to respond to treatment . By November(a) , Wigan were promising to scour the world for a cure , while Hanley in his enforced idleness was reported to be depressed and frustrated . Wigan have not done at all badly without him but his return , to loose forward , could not be more timely . Goodway has been playing with consistent brilliance there this season , scoring 18 tries , but he will now be out for a month , and Hanley is no stranger to the position after spending earlier periods of his career mostly at centre or stand-off .




bncdoc.id H92 David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Brett, Simon bncdoc.date 1984 bncdoc.title Murder unprompted. bncdoc.info Murder unprompted. Sample containing about 41970 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

He was soon to find out . The guests were eventually ushered out at about eleven forty-five . This took some doing , as they seemed prepared to stay all night . They did n't seem to share their clients ' reservations about getting home late . It was only when the bottles of wine had been firmly put away and the last glass drained that they got the message . ( Charles also got the message that he was n't going to get the quick slurp of wine at the end of the evening that he had been (tense) promising himself . ) Etiquette had demanded that none of the cast should leave until the last of their guests had gone , but , as soon as the final raincoat disappeared round the door of the theatre bar , the entire company leapt for their belongings to make a quick getaway . ` Shall we go , Micky ? ' Charles heard Lesley-Jane Decker say to the star . Which was in itself interesting . But they were all stopped by Paul Lexington clapping his hands .

bncdoc.id HAC David Lee's classification W_pop_lore bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title [Articles from Practical PC] bncdoc.info [Articles from Practical PC]. Sample containing about 197450 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Before you start trying to watch home movies on your PC , remember that although Microsoft is kind enough to include a very basic multi media player and recorder ( both illustrated ) as part of the standard Windows desktop , in order to go some way towards true multi media you need a few more things : a windows multi media extension , a CD-ROM drive , a sound card and probably a new monitor , not to mention that faster machine you 've been (tense) promising yourself . Whilst this little lot may cost you a packet , your PC will become the all singing all dancing box the salesman claimed it would be . Multi media first arrived with us ( on the PC ) when Microsoft released windows 3.0 . It was heralded by more than one hack as being just another gadget . Whilst it is true to say that it might have started off that way ( call me a sceptic if you will ) , it has now found itself a major market position .

bncdoc.id K8S David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Pargeter, Edith bncdoc.date 1987 bncdoc.title The green branch. bncdoc.info The green branch. Sample containing about 40960 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1960-1974 Text type Written books and periodicals

He looked down into the fire , his lashes low on his cheeks . ` Did they wait long for me ? ' ` A week or more . They inquired for you everywhere . In the end they had to go , there was no sense staying . They said you 'd come back for your horse , and my father promised to send them word . ' ` And you ? ' he said with a pale smile . ` I did n't promise anything . ' And she was (tense) promising nothing to him , either ; he knew that was what she meant , but he did not ask for anything . She must judge , too ; he thought she would trust him and let him have his way . ` You could put on your own clothes again , ' said Aelis practically , pleased when she saw his eyes brighten . Yes , where he was going now he could at least appear as himself ; the face was avowal enough , his dress should match the face .




bncdoc.id FYY David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Gallagher, Stephen bncdoc.date 1992 bncdoc.title The boat house. bncdoc.info The boat house. Sample containing about 41451 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

His touch was like a doctor 's , firm and impersonal . And , of course , she 'd seen him before ; he 'd been the third man on the commission that had interviewed her , the one who 'd sat next to the Cheka 's doctor and who 'd listened to her slurred responses without ever saying anything . Now(a) he was straightening the covers over her as she lay , utterly spent , and he was promising her answers to her unspoken questions in the morning . She could barely turn her head to watch him as he backed out of the room and closed the door ; a moment later , the sounds of the fire irons against stone resumed . It was this strange subterranean thumping that had wakened and drawn her in the first place . She was still wearing the thin cotton dress that she 'd worn in the prison hospital , but now there was a shawl around her shoulders as well .




bncdoc.id AT7 David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Cookson, Catherine bncdoc.date 1990 bncdoc.title The wingless bird. bncdoc.info The wingless bird. Sample containing about 40027 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Then , of course , if Rose Pratt were to leave because of her rheumatics , and she being forty-five , there was a chance that Jane would move upwards . Not that he wished any harm to Rose , and it was n't as if she would be on her own because , being the wife of Peter , and he the stable man , she was well set in their cottage . Oh , life was good . But it could be better , and it was(tense) promising to be so ; and for every member in the household , God bless them , for there were never a better master nor mistress . They gave you your place , yes they did , they gave you your place ; and you gave them theirs ; and that was how things should be . As he turned out the gas jet he whistled to himself . Jessie ` Do n't say it , Jessie . Do n't say it . '



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