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Disapproval has been expressed of many of the broadcast serials and suggestive love songs.
When crime serials are broadcast it should be made obvious that crime does not pay.
They are writers whose names have become famous with the publication of their stories as newspaper serials.
GLORY OF YOUTHTEMPLE BAILEY
Important entomological papers have also been published in many serials devoted to zology or the natural sciences generally.
To those not intimately acquainted with the other serials edited by Sir William, their relations are difficult to trace.
Three book-cases are devoted to serials, which contain many of the standard reviews and magazines.
THE BOOK-HUNTERJOHN HILL BURTON
It is this quality which distinguishes her most effectively from the merely journalistic authors of the "big" serials.
MODERNITIESHORACE BARNETT SAMUEL
Application for both serials can be made directly to the Bureau, and especially for the Monthly Summary.
Such are a few suggestions concerning important government serials in the small libraries.
We want to find the five best serials, and the ten best short stories of the year.

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