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Stained glass work : a text-book for students and workers in glass

Stained glass work : a text-book for students and workers in glass

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by C. W Whall

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New York : D. Appleton and company
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360 KB

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Stained Glass Work: A Text-Book for Students and Workers in Glass 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Woo! Write more. Its great, and funny, and...Wie<_>rd? XD Anyways, not what I expected. Keep going. And I's see your typos.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So. This 'cat'. I...inspected? it. It stayed in place as I circled it and examined its self. <p> Again, it was strange. Not something you see everyday. Not your ordinary strange. I mean, STRANGE. As in WEIRD. Or OUTLANDISH. Hah, more like 'outWORLDish'. I could look at this thing and ever get bored. Want me to describe it? <p> A figure. Of...mist. A bright orange, swirling mist, making up a cloud in the shape of a cat. It was as if it's body was just a gas. Inpenetratable. What a mimd I have! <P> "Done yet?," mrowed a voice. Don't look at me. It was a male voice. I am 100000000000% female, FYI. So, again, I'm stunned. It wasn't me. It couldn't /possibly/ be my illusional cat buddy here. <p> Or could it? <p> ~ &tau<_>&beta<_>&rho