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The public statutes at large of the United States of America

Creator: United States | Political Science - 1850

June 15, 1844 666 Title to Lois confirmed to the City of Fernandina. An act to confirm to the city of Fernan- dina, in Florida, certain lots reserved for public use by the Spanish Government. June 15, 1844 667 Appropriations for Navy ...


Report of Attorney General

Creator: Florida. Attorney General | Attorneys general's opinions - 1909

The State of Florida, June term 1907 ; offense, assault with intent to murder; appealed from the Circuit Court for Santa Rosa County ; disposition, affirmed. 54 Fla. 66. IW Montgomery vs. The State of Florida, June term 1907 ; offense, ...



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The employment security program in Florida. June 1940

Creator: Florida Industrial Commission | Business & Economics - 1940


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The Employ Florida Marketplace is your one-stop online resource for job listings, education and training opportunities, career building assistance and much more.

Florida Panthers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Florida Panthers are a professional ice hockey team based in Sunrise, Florida, in the Miami metropolitan area. They are members of the Atlantic Division of the ...

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Administrative and general information about Florida state courts.

Florida Gators - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Florida Gators are the intercollegiate sports teams that represent the University of Florida located in Gainesville, Florida. The "Lady Gators" is an alternative ...


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  • Palm Island Press

    June Keith's Key West & The Florida Keys (June Keith's Key West and the Florida Keys)

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    Rating (31 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Palm Island Press

    A Witty Guide Book

    I like using guide books, and have used others when visiting Key West, but this one is the ultimate. I felt like the author was sitting in the back seat of our rental car, providing a narration as we wandered around looking for sights and scenes that we had never seen before. The restaurant reviews were right on, and funny even. My husband and I liked the discussion of Hemingway and Tennessee Williams, and, believe it or not, we'd never heard of a wonderful movie, 'The Rose Tattoo,' filmed in Key West - which we never, ever miss when they show it late at night. We read about it in this book. Also, she recommends lots of books about Key West which we will read in preparation for our next trip. There are free sights to see on the road between Key West and Miami, and we'd never have known about them, either. Along the Overseas Highway there are some terrific beaches, libraries, a Pioneers Cemetery - on a beach! - a Hurricane Monument - that you don't know about unless you read about them... 5/5 0, April 18, 2002

    Great Travel Book for the Keys

    0 5/5 0, April 23, 2003

    entertaining, informative, this lady really knows her stuff!

    0 5/5 0, July 26, 1999
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  • June 10, 1996: Colorado Avalanche vs. Florida Panthers - Stanley Cup Final Game 4

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  • Anchor Books

    Three Junes

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    Rating (309 reviews):
    (3.5/5)
    Anchor Books

    A vibrantly painted central panel flanked by two portraits

    "Three Junes" is a trilogy of sorts, with its distinct parts set in 1989, 1995, and 1999. Each section could be read on its own (and, in fact, the first, "Collies," won an award for best novella in 1999), but, taken as a whole, they encompass a multifaceted portrait of Fenno McLeod, his family, and his friends.Told from the third person, "Collies" serves as a prologue and introduces us to the three sons of Paul McLeod, who travels through the Greek islands and reminisces about the poignant family reunion in Scotland effected by his wife's death. The second part, "Upright," takes up most of the book. Fenno is the narrator, skipping back and forth between his father's funeral and his expatriate life in Manhattan, where he befriends the catty and urbane Malachy Burns, manages a bookstore in Greenwich Village, and has a unexpected dalliance with a photographer named Tony. Fenno's reserved relationship with his two brothers mirrors his tense friendship with Mal, who, dying of... 5/5 D. Cloyce Smith (Brooklyn, NY) - See all my reviews This review is from: Three Junes (Paperback) "Three Junes" is a trilogy of sorts, with its distinct parts set in 1989, 1995, and 1999. Each section could be read on its own (and, in fact, the first, "Collies," won an award for best novella in 1999), but, taken as a whole, they encompass a multifaceted portrait of Fenno McLeod, his family, and his friends.Told from the third person, "Collies" serves as a prologue and introduces us to the three sons of Paul McLeod, who travels through the Greek islands and reminisces about the poignant family reunion in Scotland effected by his wife's death. The second part, "Upright," takes up most of the book. Fenno is the narrator, skipping back and forth between his father's funeral and his expatriate life in Manhattan, where he befriends the catty and urbane Malachy Burns, manages a bookstore in Greenwich Village, and has a unexpected dalliance with a photographer named Tony. Fenno's reserved relationship with his two brothers mirrors his tense friendship with Mal, who, dying of... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 17, 2004

    An uplifting, heartbreaking, beautiful book...

    This book isn't my standard cup of tea, but the reviews were so universally good, I decided to give it a try. It was wonderfully well worth the time. This is not a book you can idly pick up and scan for a while, then return to it as time allows. It is a well-told family story with personal intrigues and family secrets, none of which are so outlandish that we don't have a few of them littering our own closets. Because she needs for us to know the Scottish McLeod family well in order to propel the story along, Julia Glass takes a lot of time and pages to get us acquainted. For the reader who requires action to move a story along, this is a bit of a test, because it is the unfolding of the characters themselves that moves the story along, beautifully, heartbreakingly. It is easy to become impatient with Fenno, our main character and mini-hero, because he seems so paralyzed by his life, but read on and you will come to appreciate the many fine qualities of his character and those of... 5/5 Laurie Fletcher "Laurie Fletcher" (Casper, Wyoming, USA) - See all my reviews, July 15, 2002

    Loved the Writing But...

    I read this book almost all in one sitting and it's not an easy read. I was very impressed by the quality of the writing and I didn't want to put the book down. I was particularly impressed by Glass's ability to write convincingly from a male point of view. But I found the last third of the book the least interesting, and the second section too long. I think Glass has some fascinating characters here--but the McLeod characters deserved more room. I also thought the flashbacks worked against the power of the story and I think the story would have worked better if told chonologically. I also thought the character of Mal became a gay stereotype and I cringed when he told Fenno to "live" like a character out of Auntie Mame. Mal's mother also borders on a stereotype. I'm sorry to be this critical--there is much I admired in this book, particularly the sections in Scotland, and Fenno's relationship with his family. There just should have been some more editing. For instance, the character... 3/5 Gabriel Oak (Middletown, CT USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Three Junes (Hardcover) I read this book almost all in one sitting and it's not an easy read. I was very impressed by the quality of the writing and I didn't want to put the book down. I was particularly impressed by Glass's ability to write convincingly from a male point of view. But I found the last third of the book the least interesting, and the second section too long. I think Glass has some fascinating characters here--but the McLeod characters deserved more room. I also thought the flashbacks worked against the power of the story and I think the story would have worked better if told chonologically. I also thought the character of Mal became a gay stereotype and I cringed when he told Fenno to "live" like a character out of Auntie Mame. Mal's mother also borders on a stereotype. I'm sorry to be this critical--there is much I admired in this book, particularly the sections in Scotland, and Fenno's relationship with his family. There just should have been some more editing. For instance, the character... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 29, 2002
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  • University of California Libraries

    The biological role of the immunoglobulin E system: proceedings of a Conference on the Biological Role of the Immunoglobulin E System, June 4-7, 1972, Vero Beach, Florida

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  • Paramount

    Just For You/Here Comes the Groom

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  • All Star Karaoke

    All Star Karaoke June 2013 Pop and Country Hits B (ASK-1306B)

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    All Star Karaoke

    The best Pop and Country mix

    0 5/5 L J "lindavt" (new york, new york United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: All Star Karaoke June 2013 Pop and Country Hits B (ASK-1306B) (Audio CD) This All Star June Pop and Country 2013 CD has a great mix of music. And, you get 4 free songs. I would highly recommend getting this CD. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 1, 2013
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  • Florida Marlins Program June 2001 MIKE LOWELL cover

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  • Harvest Books

    Henry and June: From "A Journal of Love" -The Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin (1931-1932)

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    Rating (54 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Harvest Books

    The sexual awakening of Anais Nin

    Anais Nin is the author of over a dozen novels and a very famous diary that is now available in "expurgated" and "unexpurgated" form. All of her works concern one primary theme: women attempting to understand themselves and to make themselves complete human beings after having been psychologically and emotionally stunted in early life. An understanding of Anais Nin's life reveals why this theme preoccupied her: she had a very painful childhood. Her mother married a younger man of lower social pedigree, the parents were in constant conflict (" ... in the house there was always war: great explosions of anger, hatred, revolt. War." - WINTER OF ARTIFICE), her father frequently beat the children and allegedly molested Anais Nin, and her parents eventually separated. The mother took 11-year-old Anais and her two brothers, and the four moved from France to New York. It was on the ship that carried them to their new country that Anais began her diary.Anais Nin did not keep a diary... 5/5 Andrew Parodi (Oregon, United States) - See all my reviews, March 14, 2004

    A journal of self-obssession and self-deceit

    Henry and June (from The Journal of Love) by Anaïs Nin. Recommended.Henry and June (from The Journal of Love) by Anaïs Nin is a portion of the writer's famous journal from October 1931 until October 1932—the year in which she met Henry and June Miller and fell for Henry's sensuality and June's mystery, a year of writing, lies, deceit, sexual awakening, introspection, psychoanalysis, and "love."Nin is an evocative, poetic writer, if not a particularly substantive one. Henry and June, edited from her journal to focus on Miller and his wife, is beautifully written but, in the end, is devoid of meaning to anyone other than the participants. She obscures the truth of how much she writes. If the journal is accurate, then Nin had mastered deception—she lies to her husband, to June, to Henry, to her psychoanalyst, to her lover/cousin Eduardo, to virtually everyone she knows, all seemingly in an attempt to hide herself from them, and perhaps from herself. She writes... 3/5 Diane Schirf - See all my reviews, June 9, 2001

    Nin and Miller wild and untamed

    I read a lot of Anais Nin's fiction when I was in high school, because my girlfriend did. I didn't get it. I tried to read her famous diary, but couldn't finish even the first volume. There was an intelligent and interesting woman there, but I didn't feel I was really getting to her. The diary entries I read were too cool, too discursive for my taste.Then _Henry and June_ came out in 1986. It covered the exact same period (Paris, 1931) as "Volume I" of Nin's diaries -- first published, but in highly edited form one could now see, in 1969. Here she begins to cheat on her husband Hugo with the young Henry Miller, meets and flirts with his flighty wife June, and opens to life and eventually other men in an explosive fashion. HERE was the flesh-and-blood woman I had sensed behind the original published diaries. She panted, she sweated, she lied, she used filthy language as well as high poetry, and she adored love and sex. I thought she was a wonder. Nin... 4/5 David J. Loftus (Portland, OR USA) - See all my reviews, May 5, 2000
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  • Poster

    (48x72) Miami, FL - June 21: Game Five of the 2012 NBA Finals on June 21, 2012 at American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. Huge Wall Mural

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