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by Lenny Windsor,Dave Dutton
Author: Lenny Windsor,Dave Dutton
Publisher: Time Warner Books UK (October 24, 1991)
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A book of insults for every occasion, so that you'll never be lost for words no matter what the situation.
A book of insults for every occasion, so that you'll never be lost for words no matter what the situation. A book of insults for every occasion, so that you'll never be lost for words no matter what the situation. Yuppies, bores, losers, posers - all are on the authors' hit list.
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Dave Dutton (born 1947 in Atherton, Lancashire) is an English actor. He first came to public recognition when he played the part of Oswald, the eccentric cafe owner in Granada television's situation comedy, Watching. He has played roles in many different television series including Heartbeat and The Royal. He has also played eleven different parts in the soap opera, Coronation Street as well as five in Emmerdale.
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Edward Payson Dutton founded a bookselling firm in Boston in 1852, but it wasn’t until 1864 that the eponymous E. Dutton & Co. began to publish books in earnest. Its original focus was on religious titles, and the first bestseller was the two-volume The Life of Christ by Frederic W. Farrar, published in 1874. During Macrae’s tenure, E. Dutton published notable books such as The Proper Bostonians by Cleveland Amory,Shakespeare of London by Marchette Chute, The Conquest of Everest by Sir John Hunt, and Bonjour Tristesse by Françoise Sagan, as well as works by Lawrence Durrell, Milton Glaser, and Luigi Pirandello.