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This booklet, issued in conjunction with Sir John Soane's Museum is a re-issue of the corrected edition of 2002.
He purchased the deck and now a re-issue of that very deck is his latest pro model by the Workshop, Available in original color ways and two sizes.
Bone: The Great Cow Race is a re-issue (in color) of the second volume of Jeff Smith's beloved Bone series, a fantasy epic spanning nine volumes.
Psychologist Lawrence LeShan was one of the first to claim paranormal capabilities were natural elements of human perceptions: his initial publication of World Of The Paranormal: The Next Frontier stirred a revolution among those who agreed, and this re-issue updates details with modern insights to reflect the latest scientific and spiritual findings.
The auditors urged IRS to terminate those orders if feasible and re-issue them on a competitive basis.
The Swedish children's books publisher Raben & Sjogren, part of PA Norstedt & Soner, has announced that it will re-issue in Swedish the first five books in Enid Blyton's popular Famous Five series.
A welcome re-issue by Cassina for furniture by Charlotte Perriand.
A police spokesman said: "We would re-issue our advice not to leave items of value in your car, even out of sight in the boot.
After reviewing the proposal's genesis and alternative loss-transfer approaches, the comments urged the Department of Finance to update its discussion paper, re-issue a revised proposal for public consultation, and develop draft legislation to implement the proposal.
recently to update and re-issue a vision statement affirming the importance of church-state separation to religious liberty.
The re-issue includes the general rules for interpreting the Combined Nomenclature, general rules concerning duties, and the schedule of customs duties for all products, such as dairy products, meats, mineral oils, pharmaceutical products, and electrical machinery.
who voted in favor of repealing a new federal ergonomics rule, has introduced a bill requiring the Occupational Safety & Health Administration to re-issue another ergonomics rule within two years.