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PURSE. In Turkey the sum of five hundred dollars is called a purse. Merch. Dict. h.t.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Chapter four, "Historical Novelty and Serial Form," looks at two examples of historical fiction, Sophia Lee's The Recess; or, a Tale of Other Times (1783-85) and Maria Edgeworth's Harrington (1817): "Both illuminate how the fashion system, as emblematized in the cyclical cultural life delineated by women's pocketbooks, lay peculiarly close to the modern British novel's earliest visions of historical experience" (162).
ISBN: 978-1-911452-08-9; The Encrypted Pocketbook of Passwords--(Pocketbook 4x7)
had long established its name not only as the number one publisher of romance pocketbooks (with 50 titles under various book imprints and series novels released every month) but also as a publication firm.
The Playtime Pocketbook is the perfect playtime resource and it was created using insight from real parents in order to help mums and dads make the most of the time they spend with their little ones.
Bosco Tan, co-founder of Pocketbook, shared his theory that while consumer behaviour is difficult to change, "the recent negative publicity around Qantas might have provided the marketing boost they needed to rally the Australian public."
"With Lingvo dictionary software installed on a PocketBook device, users can quickly locate and understand words that are unfamiliar to them."
Document recognition, document capture and linguistic technologies and services provider ABBYY and E-Ink-based devices manufacturer PocketBook International announced on Thursday that the new series of Pocketbook e-readers will be bundled with ABBYY Lingvo dictionary software.
"David is going to hit Courteney where it hurts the most - her pocketbook," the Daily Telegraph quoted a source as telling American tabloid the National Enquirer.
Strasburg to Double-A Also About Protecting the Pocketbook for the Nationals (http://bizofbaseball.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=4207:strasburg-to-double-a-also-about-protecting-the-pocketbook-for-the-nationals&catid=26:editorials&Itemid=39)
<![CDATA[ The pocketbook and the nose are two easy ways to know if the olive oil for lighting Chanukah candles is kosher.
Teaming up with Ludacris, she gives us Pocketbook. Now pocketbook is American lingo for handbag, so she's telling all the blokes to stop giving her the eye or she's going to belt them with her handbag - charming.
The impact of bottled water on your pocketbook and the environment is huge.