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@parsRalph2 Jun 17
A Mistral Day In St Clair
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Futura Foods 15h
Looking for a versatile to elevate your dishes? 👀 Look no further! Top Tip: With on menus growing, shout about Authentic Greek Yogurt in dish descriptors to attract more customers and justify a premium price point 💵
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Dyfiroastery Jun 17
No alcohol needed. An amazingly fruity and deceptively aromatic 36 hour cold filtered Rwandan. Some were lucky enough to taste it over the weekend. It'll be available for a very limited run from Wednesday. Coffee not café 😁 . . . .
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BL printed heritage 19h
We have just updated our online guide to researching of books in the to give reference to the 🥁🔊MAJOR NEW EDITION 🎉 of David Pearson’s ‘Provenance research in book history: a handbook’
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Antonia Bartoli 19h
Blog III/V in our series on Spoliation Research shares the remarkable life and collection of Lucien Graux, 'Prince of Bibliophiles.' Although Graux perished under the Nazi regime, and despite the wide-scale confiscation of libraries, his collection remained intact
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MACDUFF 1890 15h
Something special heading down to for the start of next week. A native Blue Grey (Galloway cross Whitebred Shorthorn) from farmer Andrew Adamson. The first one in this year
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RUSI Library 14h
A reminder of why resources include reference material such as Burke's Landed Gentry, 1952: identifying coats of arms
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Dennis Bonilla Dec 14
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Echlinville Apr 15
Ploughing our fields today on a blustery Ards Peninsula. All our Echlinville Whiskey and Gin is distilled from barley grown, harvested and malted on our distillery farm
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Blakes Foods Jun 17
The humble sausage! We can create a whole host of flavours and sizes to suit your menu from chorizo, pork & leek, apple you name it and we’ll get it to you! . . .
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Robert MacLean Mar 20
Hey there researchers and of . If you're ever trying to work out what those weird abbreviations like "mar. d. d. m." are in early booksale and auction catalogues this work is really useful
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Julie Gardham Jun 11
"I am the booke of Richard Wharton(?) and All these letters I wrote with my hand. Let no man seeke it yf he bee wise except he willingly know the prize [whiche?] yf he doeth and cary it home the prize of me ys 3li 8s 6d In the yeare of o[u]r Lor[d] Charles ... 1630"
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🏳️‍🌈 Dr. Fangirl, PhD (Chrisha) 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 12
Replying to @drfangirlphd
Ugh. . It’s not that I dislike the episode, it’s that it’s depressing as hell from our current vantage point. Sigh.
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L'escargot Restaurants 13h
Is there anything more satisfying than growing the food we eat? The salad leaves, herbs and veg we grow at is second-to-none. All the little seeds sows give us so much pleasure. Take a closer look at your plate when you next dine with us 🌱
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A T Jun 15
What kind of house doesn't have salt? Low-sodium freaks!
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Michael Press Jun 17
Replying to @MichaelDPress
A nearly identical peg was acquired by the Met, also in 1948. : "Sometime before 1948, seen by André Parrot at Parisian dealer's"
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Antonia Bartoli May 28
Find out more about research at The British Library into the destruction and looting of libraries between the years 1933 and 1945 in the first of a series of five blog posts:
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Antonia Bartoli 18h
Useful guide on researching the of books including available resources at the
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Christina de Vreeze Jun 17
Astouned as my dearly beloved late gifted me one in black many years ago. I do not know of the though. Deeply touched to see it. . 🧡
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St Anne's College Library Jun 12
Modern collections can have interesting . This catalogue came from two librarians to Stanley Morison, typographer and developer of Times New Roman , to his assistant P. M. Handover (alumna of ) and then finally to us!
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