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Everyday Vocabulary by  Laurie Rozakis - First Edition - from Village Idiot's Books and Biblio.com

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Everyday Vocabulary

by Rozakis, Laurie

Condition: Fine


Guild America. Hardcover. 1568658206 THIS COPY RUNS VERY GOOD TO LIKE NEW, A FIRST EDITION, EARLY PRINTING. EXCELLENT DUST JACKET HAS GOOD COLORS, NO SUN FADING, NO STICKERS, SHINY FINISH, AND MINIMAL TO VERY MINOR SHELF FLAWS. NO NAMES OR MARKS SEEN. NOT AN EX-LIBRARY DISCARD. NO REMAINDER-MARK ON BOOK EDGES. LOOKS UNREAD TO US. SEE PHOTO IF AVAILABLE. 5360 LO 01. . Fine.

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