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Franklin CWM-108 Crossword Puzzle Solver - Over 175,000 Solutions
Franklin CWM-108 Crossword Puzzle Solver - Over 175,000 Solutions

4.0 out of 5 stars Franklin CWM-108 Crssword Solver, 1 Mar. 2012
This solver is compact and has many other useful features including a calculator. Because it is relatively small the buttons are likewise small and close together which sometimes results in the wrong button being pressed


Geemarc CL400 Big button speaker extra volume and tone telephone with caller ID - Blue
Geemarc CL400 Big button speaker extra volume and tone telephone with caller ID - Blue

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Geemark CL400 Big button phone, 1 Dec. 2011
The extra volume speaker was too loud and could not be switched off.
Particularly. annoying was the fact that, to find a number in thwe phone book one had to scroll through them all until the one wanted was found, with the loud voice shouting the number in weach case.I abandoned it in favour of the CL1400 model, which I found suited my purposes much better
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The Warden (Penguin Classics)
The Warden (Penguin Classics)
by Anthony Trollope
Edition: Paperback
Price: £5.99

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Warden Anthony Trollop, 13 Mar. 2009
The first of a series on Barchester and its surroundings this is a delightful story, based on the workings of the Church of England in the 189th century. This particular edition has the merit of informative notes explaining some of Trollop's allusions to current events of his day which otherwise would be lost on the modern reader.


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