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At least they'll have plenty of reading matter to while away the hours.
I was quite obsessive about getting new reading matter. Bookshops, in my mind, justified trips to other places, with larger selections.
Yet they are quite clearly going to grow up with distinctly different tastes in everything, including reading matter.
It is said to be especially popular with young mothers who can disguise their reading matter by using a kindle.
Beardshaw, who is involved with a variety of schools' initiatives, says the number of children becoming involved in gardening is on the rise because of an increased awareness through schools and everyday reading matter which points to the importance of five-a-day and food sources.
IF RUSSELL Earnshaw runs out of reading matter on his long-haul flight to New Zealand, he could always wile away the hours trying to reconcile his team's startling inconsistency.
Donald McCain was clearly hoping this report will be part of the handicapper's Sunday morning reading matter when pointing out that winning distances "tend to get exaggerated" in heavy ground after Bled had stretched 17 lengths clear in the 2m41/2f handicap hurdle.
If you wanted comics with more reading matter then I recall reading The Wizard, The Hotspur and The Adventure.
Get A Grip On Physics, by Dr John Gribbin, was pictured in the footwell of the champion golfer's car, surrounded by shards of glass, sparking interest in his high-brow reading matter.
You are reminded that Veterans Affairs have prepared a great deal of handout materiasl, including newspaper-format reading matter, bookmarks and "postcards for peace." Check the VAC website at
Reading matter; multidisciplinary perspectives on material culture.