The Widowes Treasure Plentifully Furnished with Sundry Precious and Approoued Secretes in Phisicke and Chirurgery for the Health and Pleasure of Mankinde: Hereunto are Adioyned, Sundry Pretie Practises and Conclusions of Cookerie (1588)

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BiblioBazaar, Dec 13, 2010 - 121 pages
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John Patridge is a graduate of the Universities of Liverpool and Regensburg. After teaching English for seven years in Germany at school and university levels he is now Lecturer in German and Linguistics at the University of Kent, Canterbury. He has published on pragmatics, CALL, the English-language crossword and the expression of passive sense in English and German. His research interests include pragmatics, German-English contrastive linguistics and computer applications for language purposes.

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