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Currently readingDu Côté de Chez Swann by Marcel Proust
História da Alimentação no Brasil by Luís da Câmara Cascudo
O Brasil holandês by Evaldo Cabral de Mello, ed.
Os Sertoes (Campanha de Canudos) by Euclides da Cunha
The Hangman's Daughter by Oliver Pötzsch
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James, what was the number, usually ten or twelve, used to group commodities for measuring that rhymed with "baker"? I never figured that one out.
Quick! Come back to Crambo! I think you've won but I need more information. No fair just retiring from the entire world just to keep from leading the next game ;)
I agree. I am about that far myself. Good to know someone else is reading what I am. ;-)

tc
Hi James,

Did you get the kindle edition of The Histories translated by Macaulay? If you did, have you started it and what do you think of it so far?

Just curious...

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I uploaded this image from Wikipedia's Portuguese language site, where it is listed as being part of Wikimedia Commons, as it is no longer copyrighted and is in the public domain. I'd be happy to include this information on the "copyright page" as instructed if someone would kindly tell me where that page is. I've looked in help, but can't find it. In the meantime, please don't recommend this image for removal.
Thanks,
jpyvr
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Please provide evidence of 1) permission to use on LT, 2) license applicable to LT, or 3) public domain status.
FYI: the World Cup thread:

http://www.librarything.com/topic/92000
James, when you guess at Crambo, you should provide a clue to your word rather than the word itself. Good game with "distill," by the way!
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