Front Cover

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Spread (typography) - Front Cover, Spine, and Back Cover of The Dust-jacket
... The front cover is the front of the book, and is marked appropriately, by text and/or graphics, in order to identify it as such, namely as the very beginning of the ... The front cover usually contains at least the title and/or author, with possibly an appropriate illustration ... On the inside of the cover page, extending to the facing page is the front endpaper sometimes referred as FEP ...
Don't Stop (Annie Album) - Personnel
... Annie – vocals producer design front cover Blank Blank – design, front cover Nick Coler – guitar keyboards programming Richard Edgeler ...
Taking A Line For A Second Walk
... which is given as the album's name on the back cover and insert back, while Taking a Line for a Second Walk appears on the front cover, spine, and physical disc ... The performers are identified on the front cover, and all of the booklet, as The Zoo II, and on the back cover as "The Zoo Duet" ... leaving only their wedding banded-hands (which form the front cover design) and faces visible, with "The Zoo II" as the only caption ...
English-language Editions Of The Hobbit - Described English-language Editions
... top, all the way around, and a dragon at the bottom, both front and back ... to the upper right of the title on the front ... Dust jacket in blue with the Hobbiton frontispiece in color in front ...
South African Passport - Gallery of Historic Images
... Front cover of a South African passport, issued pre-1994 Front cover of a South African passport with old coat of arms, issued 1994-2009 Front cover of a South ...

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