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com/TeessideGazette Jono's Jottings with Jonathon Taylor THE GAZETTE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2015 Follow us on Twitter @EveningGazette Jono's Jottings with Jonathon Taylor
These are the simple jottings of an unknown soldier.
Now he is to release a CD of his music, some of which dates back to jottings from childhood.
It is really interesting to read the jottings of readers from a bygone age with all the subject matters as interesting now as they were to the writer at the time.
Among the topics are economics and business, the mathematical method in treating the price problem, the conflict between the religious and the scientific attitude toward life, jottings on value, and a course outline and reading list for economics and ethics.
poetry, the first one in 1989, and the last, Jottings, in 2008, and has
Loosely grouped into two volumes containing letters, notebook jottings, scribbles and paintings of her short 28 years, it is a fascinating glimpse into her life and times, peopled by legends of the art world and society.
His irrelevant references to the Irish nationality, his childish snigger at Stephen being openly gay and in a civil partnership, the neighbours the couple invite back to their home - it was all there from the poison pen of Jackson jottings.
Nelson Mandela's unpublished diary jottings and letters, which have been put together in a volume titled Conversations With Myself , has sparked an intense bidding war in Frankfurt.
His first jottings for the paper last Friday made entertaining reading but I was also at Pride Park on Saturday to see Savage star in Derby's 2-1 win over Peterborough.
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) wants people in the region to write a love note to post in the window of their local BHF shop, alongside jottings from famous names such as Helen Mirren.
Her random jottings on life chez Murray were a staple feature of a broadsheet newspaper at Wimbledon fortnight.