version substitutes "prisoners' for things.
In the holograph
at Kennedy, this entire passage--and this passage alone in the 40-page manuscript--has been deleted by Hemingway.
Despite the significant place Audubon holds in Warren's canon of poetry, there has been little, if any, mention made of the rich textual history of the poem, especially the numerous manuscript notes, holograph
and typescript drafts, and correspondence related to the poem's composition.
As a coda, Garth includes holograph
reproductions of three pages from the Essay Club minutes on Tolkien's presentation of "The Fall of Gondolin" on March 10, 1920, and four pages of Tolkien's own minutes of the Stapledon Society meeting of December 1, 1913.
Yet in The Garden of Eden manuscript, the page before David destroys the passage from the honeymoon narrative is misnumbered, and the onion-skin pencil holograph
has been sliced in two with scissors.
The primary manuscript source for the symphony is a holograph
conductor's score with minor corrections held at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
The smooth, grooved compact looks like a block of little holograph
It starts off with a slave girl dancing along to I Ain't No Holograph
Girl (to the tune of Gwen Stefani's Hollaback Girl).
Our Phantaglyphs[R] are unreal; they're stunning 3D images that rise off a printed page, tablet, or mobile device like a holograph
in a sci-fi movie.
At one time,De La Rue was a major producer of credit cards but it sold that side in 1999 to Overture, the French group,because it preferred to focus on the security aspect,namely the holograph
(whichin Visa's case is a fluttering dove) that makes counterfeiting difficult.
There is also a holograph
draft of Boulton's controversial will.
To rely on edited anthologies of the artist's writings for such an ambitious undertaking would have produced dubious results: the way to proceed is by turning directly to the surviving holograph
writings, as Laurenza has done.