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Fri Mar 21 17:11:16 2014 UTClccn-n850735930.00Obama : zgodovinska pot /0.191.00Interview with Jill Abramson and Jane Mayer, October 13, 200943266284Jill_Abramsonn 850735931370215Abramson, Jill Ellen.lccn-n88083110Mayer, Janelccn-n92025286Hill, Anitalccn-n82137324Thomas, Clarence1948-lccn-n79006848United StatesSupreme Courtlccn-n94112934Obama, Barackdtelccn-no98081954Alabiso, Vincentedtlccn-n2009007386Masuda, Toshiyalccn-n79086994O'Connor, Janelccn-n97074013Melmon, Deborahilllccn-n2012062554Jhaveri, KrupaAbramson, Jill1954-BiographyHistoryJuvenile worksPictorial worksAnecdotesFictionSourcesAbstractsInterviewsUnited StatesJudges--Selection and appointmentUnited States.--Supreme CourtHill, AnitaThomas, Clarence,Golden retrieverPresidentsObama, BarackRacially mixed peopleHuman-animal relationshipsDog ownersPresidential candidatesAfrican American legislatorsPresidents--ElectionWomen lawyersLawyersPuppiesParadesAmerican newspapers--Sections, columns, etc.--Front pagesHistory, ModernNew York (State)--New YorkAmerican newspapersScout (Dog)AwardsDogsFriendshipHarvard Law SchoolPolitical scienceCorporations--Political activityLobbyingLobbyistsBusiness and politicsHitchens, ChristopherRussia (Federation)Women newspaper editors19541976198619931994199520062009201120122013201471002658BKF8745.T48ocn78090252121997ocn031045197book19940.27Mayer, JaneStrange justice : the selling of Clarence ThomasHistoryA look at the confirmation process for Clarence Thomas' appointment to the Supreme Court+-+936881048518287ocn290455026book20090.13Abramson, JillObama : the historic journeyJuvenile worksBiographyPictorial worksThe remarkable story of Barack Obama's journey to the White House with award winning author contributions. Includes coverage of the inauguration and color photos+-+78433994065275ocn012314642book19860.47Abramson, JillWhere they are now : the story of the women of Harvard Law 1974Biography4401ocn779097124book20120.01Abramson, JillReady or not, here comes ScoutJuvenile worksFictionScout, a rambunctious puppy, proves overeager to make friends on her first visit to the park but learns, over time, how to get along well with the other dogs there3674ocn816029532book20130.01Abramson, JillPuppy paradeJuvenile worksFiction"All the puppies in town are marching in the Puppy Parade! Scout is marching, too, and she really wants to win a prize. Will it be a prize for best tail, best ears, or best fur? Or will she go home empty-pawed?"--Page 4 of cover1381ocn595738963book20090.21The New York times : the complete front pages, 1851-2009HistoryAbstractsSourcesFacsimile reproductions of more than 300 of the most significant and pivotal New York Times front pages+-+907376420692ocn434513186book20090.17Obama - Hoffnung für die Welt The New York Times51ocn780902521book2009Obama : zgodovinska pot41ocn316527778rcrd20090.06Abramson, JillObama the historic journeyJuvenile worksBiography31ocn743435768rcrd20091.00Interview with Jill Abramson and Jane Mayer, October 13, 2009Interviews31ocn839684585rcrd20130.01Abramson, JillReady or not, here comes ScoutJuvenile worksFictionScout likes playing with his friends. When a new dog shows up Scout wants to be friends. His attempt doesn't start out well, but ends just fine33ocn863495034book20110.14Abramson, JillThe puppy diaries : raising a dog named ScoutAnecdotesThis book is a a work of narrative nonfiction that chronicles the author's first year with her Golden Retreiver, Scout, based on her blog of the same name from The New York Times. Is is an instructive and entertaining chronicle of a puppy's first year, by the author, the managing editor of The New York Times. One summer day, she brought home a nine-week-old golden retriever named Scout. Over the following year, as she and her husband raised their new puppy, she wrote a column for The New York Times's website about the joys and challenges of training this rambunctious addition to their family. Dog lovers from across the country inundated her with e-mails and letters, and the photos they sent in of their own dogs became the most visited photo album on the Times's site in 2009. Now she has gone far beyond the material in her column and written a detailed and deeply personal account of Scout's first year. Part memoir, part manual, part investigative report, it continues the author's reporting on all things canine. Along the way, she weighs in on such issues as breeders or shelters, adoption or rescue, raw diet or vegan, pack-leader gurus like Cesar Millan or positive-reinforcement advocates like Karen Pryor. What should you expect when a new puppy enters your life? With stories and a wealth of practical information, this book provides a road map for navigating the first year of your dog's life. -- Provided by publisher+-+279845053521ocn870919441book20140.10Abramson, JillHoliday helper11ocn028010120visu19931.00Journalists RoundtableReporters Welch, Nichols and Abramson discuss what the first week in 1993 on Capitol Hill was like: politics in Washington11ocn869875594visu20090.10The New York Times : the complete front pages ; 1851 - 200911ocn076977628book19761.00Abramson, JillTwenty lean years : the response of the British unemployed to the great depression11ocn805392184visu20111.00Charlie RoseHistoryTom Friedman, Jill Abramson and David Leonhardt of the New York Times recap global events of the year 2011 and look to the future, David Remnick of The New Yorker discuss Russia, and Christopher Hitchens is remembered11ocn869875595visu20090.10The New York Times : the complete front pages ; 1851 - 200911ocn683307449book2009Abramson, JillObama : a jornada histórica11ocn869875604book20090.10The New York Times : the complete front pages ; 1851-200911405ocn706020952book20110.14Abramson, JillThe puppy diaries : raising a dog named ScoutAnecdotesThis book is a a work of narrative nonfiction that chronicles the author's first year with her Golden Retreiver, Scout, based on her blog of the same name from The New York Times. Is is an instructive and entertaining chronicle of a puppy's first year, by the author, the managing editor of The New York Times. One summer day, she brought home a nine-week-old golden retriever named Scout. Over the following year, as she and her husband raised their new puppy, she wrote a column for The New York Times's website about the joys and challenges of training this rambunctious addition to their family. Dog lovers from across the country inundated her with e-mails and letters, and the photos they sent in of their own dogs became the most visited photo album on the Times's site in 2009. Now she has gone far beyond the material in her column and written a detailed and deeply personal account of Scout's first year. Part memoir, part manual, part investigative report, it continues the author's reporting on all things canine. Along the way, she weighs in on such issues as breeders or shelters, adoption or rescue, raw diet or vegan, pack-leader gurus like Cesar Millan or positive-reinforcement advocates like Karen Pryor. What should you expect when a new puppy enters your life? With stories and a wealth of practical information, this book provides a road map for navigating the first year of your dog's life. -- Provided by publisher+-+27984505353214ocn756854261rcrd20110.12Abramson, JillThe puppy diaries [raising a dog named Scout]AnecdotesJill Abramson has gone far beyond the material in her column and written a detailed and deeply personal account of Scout's first year. Part memoir, part manual, part investigative report, The Puppy Diaries continues Abramson's intrepid reporting on all things canine. Along the way, she weighs in on such issues as breeders or shelters, adoption or rescue, raw diet or vegan, pack-leader gurus like Cesar Millan or positive-reinforcement advocates like Karen Pryor+-+1368672796582ocn775028790book20120.16Abramson, JillThe puppy diaries : living with a dog named ScoutAnecdotes432ocn858390881book20130.10Abramson, JillThe puppy diariesAnecdotes'SCOUT WOKE EVERY MORNING AT SIX ON THE DOT. SHE IMMEDIATELY STARTED CRYING...BUT SHE ALWAYS CHEERED UP THE MINUTE SHE HAD COMPANY... THE SOULFUL BROWN EYES THAT GREETED ME HAD LONG LASHES THAT GAVE SCOUT A SULTRY, FLIRTATIOUS LOOK; SHE WAS A CANINE VERSION OF VERONICA LAKE...' What happens when a smart NEW YORK TIMES editor decides to fill her empty nest with a puppy? This is the marvellously entertaining (and instructive) chronicle of an adorable golden retriever puppy named Scout. Part memoir, part manual, THE PUPPY DIARIES recounts Jill Abramson's experiences of the first year of puppy parenting11ocn780164649art2011Abramson, JillBiography+-+9368810485+-+9368810485Fri Mar 21 15:14:42 EDT 2014batch15998