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a support placed at the end of a row of books to keep them upright (on a shelf or table)

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The book ends with a multiple-choice practice test, with worked answers included.
The book ends with a weather glossary and a list of weather-related web sites.
And there's an underlying message that will keep you thinking long after the book ends.
The book ends with Jack's death from renal failure.
The book ends with a brief conclusion, tracing the processes of cultural and ethnic whitewashing of Los Angeles.
The book ends by focusing on public safety obligation.
As usual, the book ends ready for another in the series and even more drama is sure to follow.
Apart from the implicit, electrical reference to Michael Faraday, there's an association with both Michelozzo and Michaelangelo in equating the infill in the colonnade under the Economist building with the reworked corner of the Palazzo Medici, while the book ends with the assumption of Pericles' mantle.
Finally, the book ends with a discussion of the responsibilities and challenges for scientists, policy makers, technology, industry, economists, communicators, educators, and aid agencies, wherein the issue of climate change is staged within the context of other global problems: population growth, poverty, consumption of resources and global security.
The book ends with a brief proposal for developing an ethic that includes human-human, human-nonhuman, and human-computer relationships.
For example, the book ends with this observation: "In the worst case, the Catholic Church in the United States may suffer the late of St.
95, but like all contemporary hardcovers, it's available at Book Ends Used Book Store for $1.
Unfortunately, the book ends on a sour note because of the author's dissatisfaction with the postwar Navy, Tailhook scandal and the resulting "rot from within.
The book ends with two pages devoted to bird identification.
The book ends in the midst of a technical discussion on an issue dealing with the price of a shipment of Calabrian silk to Florence in 1460.