The one small reminder of his glory days is a dog-eared
paperback copy of the 1988 book ``Fast Forward: Hollywood, The Japanese and the VCR Wars'' by James Lardner.
Have you always been affronted by the way librarians hand out dog-eared
books (which we paid for in the first place) as though they were dispensing their personal possessions to the unwashed?
IT makes a refreshing change to hit the sales and find new ranges of furniture at knock-down prices, instead of dog-eared
fabrics or one-legged tables.
If you are a victim of dog-eared
maps with crucial pages missing Microsoft have the answer.
first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone was one of around 300 copies sent out to local libraries in 1997 when no-one had heard of the young wizard, Hogwarts School or Quidditch.
Here, in a dog-eared
scorebook marked ``1985,'' are some of the earliest and best of times.
script, with last-minute changes scribbled on pink and cream pages, was sold to an unidentified New York collector for $46,000, against a presale estimate of $40,000 to $60,000.
carpet sold for pounds 94,000 - and nearly sent the pregnant owner into labour with shock.
Whatever page Palmer is on, you can bet it's dog-eared
It may seem sacrilege to would-be Jack Kerouacs crossing the country with a dog-eared
copy of ``On The Road'' stuffed in the back pocket.