Series: Time Annual

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Time Annual 1968 by Time Annual 20141968
Time Annual 1969 by Time-Life Books1969
Time Annual 1991 by Editors of Time1991
Time Annual 1992 by Editors of Time1992
Time Annual 1993 by Time Magazine1993
Time Annual 1994 by Editors of Time Magazine1994
Time Annual 1995 by Editors of Time Magazine1995
Time Annual 1996 by Time-Life Books1996
Time Annual 1997 by Time Magazine1997
Time Annual 1998 by Time Magazine1998
Time Annual 1999-2000 by Time1999
Time Annual 2001 by Time2001
Time Annual 2002 by editors at TIME Magazine2002
Time Annual 2003 by Norman Pearlstine2003
Time Annual 2004 by Editors of Time Magazine2004
Time Annual 2005 by Editors of Time Magazine2005
Time Annual 2006 by Editors of Time Magazine2006
Time Annual 2007 by Editors of Time Magazine2007
Time Annual 2008 by Editors of Time Magazine2008
Time Annual 2009 by Editors of Time Magazine2009
Time Annual 2010 by Editors of Time Magazine2010
Time Annual 2011 by Kelly Knauer2011
TIME Annual 2012 (Time Annual: the Year in Review) by Kelly Knauer2012
Time Annual 2013 (Time Annual: the Year in Review) by Time Annual 20142013

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Series description

Time magazine's annual year-in-review book.


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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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