All the Year Round
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- "All The Year Round" is a book by Newell Dwight Hillis.
- subject: United States of America
- "All the year round" is a book by James Whitcomb Riley.
- also known as "All the year round. With twelve illus. cut on wood and printed in colors"; "The golden year, from the verse and prose of James Whitcomb Riley"
All the Year Round was a Victorian periodical, being a British weekly literary magazine founded and owned by Charles Dickens, published between 1859 and 1895 throughout the United Kingdom. Edited by Dickens, it was the direct successor to his previous publication Household Words, abandoned due to differences with his former publisher.
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Perennial River: A river carrying water all the year round is a perennial river. (4) Tropical Belt: The hottest region of the earth ...
by Marco Apollonio, Reidar Andersen, Rory Putman
Luring wild boar with corn all the year round is a widespread practice. For red deer in some provinces, in addition to supplementary winter feeding, so-called winter enclosures with fencesaround feedingstations exist(Sackl, 1992). They are ...
Routledge Library Editions: Charles Dickens by Arthur L. Hayward
All the Year Round, April to Nov., 1859. All the ...
The Dickens Dictionary (2013)
by Gilbert A. Pierce
All the Year Round, April 30. The Blacksmith. A Trade Song. — All the Year Round, April 30. A Last Household Word. ——-Household Words, May 28. Huurnn Down. A Story in Two Portions. —Printed in The New York Ledger of August 20 and ...
The Dickens dictionary, a key to the plot and characters in the tales of Charles Dickens, with copious indexes and bibliography; by Gilbert A. Pierce, with additions by William A. Wheeler. New and rev. ed (1894)
— All the Year Round, April 30.
by Victoria Gaydosik
Thus, All the Year Round attracted a great deal of fiction ...
Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature; Constructed on a Plan, by which the Different Sciences and Arts are Digested Into the Form of Distinct Treatises Or Systems, Comprehending the History, Theory, and Practice, of Each, According to the Latest Discoveries and Improvements... Vol. 1. [-18] (1797)
why there is but one day and one night in the whole year at the poles; and why the days and nights are equally long all the year round at the equator, which is always equally cut by the circle bounding light and darkness. The inclination of an ...
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