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Raffles addressed himself to the reading of the magazine with a shrug that showed some temper.
In imagination Anne saw herself reading a story out of a magazine to Marilla, entrapping her into praise of it -- for in imagination all things are possible -- and then triumphantly announcing herself the author.
I never thought much of that magazine, anyway," said Diana hotly.
It was a magazine correspondent's book on the Klondike, and he knew that he and his photograph figured in it and he knew, also, of a certain sensational chapter concerned with a woman's suicide, and with one "Too much Daylight.
He planned to buy some more clothes, to subscribe to many magazines, and to buy dozens of reference books that at present he was compelled to go to the library to consult.
CARTER WATSON, a current magazine under his arm, strolled slowly along, gazing about him curiously.
Leslie's wild for books and magazines," Miss Cornelia had told her, "and she hardly ever sees one.
The other woman's magazines she had aceess to in the free reading room, and more than one pattern of lace and embroidery she copied by means of tracing paper.
He stopped and looked at the magazine he had so hastily slapped down.
Then," said Felix, "I move that the name be The King Monthly Magazine.
Real application to newspaper and magazine writing secured him after four years a place on 'Eraser's Magazine,' and he was married.
The period is that which follows on my connection with Blackwood's Magazine.