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Chapters is a Canadian big box bookstore banner owned by Indigo Books and Music. Formerly a company in its own right competing with Indigo, the combined company has continued to operate both banners since their merger in 2001.

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Some articles on chapters:

Huainanzi - Translations
... Prior translations were limited to parts or chapters of the text ... Morgan (1934) freely rendered chapters 1, 2, 7, 8, 12, 13, 15, and 19 and Major (1993) academically translated chapters 3, 4, and 5 ... Other translations are restricted to Huainanzi chapters 1 (Balfour 1884, Ames and Lau 1983), 6 (Le Blanc 1985), 9 (Ames 1983), and 11 by (Wallacker 1962) ...
The Dominica Story
... The book's first edition of 18 chapters was an immediate bestseller upon its release ... A revised version with 21 chapters was printed in 1984 ... A commercial edition, this time with 24 chapters and focusing on local events in the 1980s and 1990s, was published in 1995 by the Caribbean imprint of ...
Chapters - Criticism and Controversies
... Since its takeover by Indigo, Chapters has been involved in several controversies, often tied to censorship concerns, or the strong support for Israel by the owner Heather ... book "Mein Kampf" by Adolf Hitler was removed from the shelves of Chapters ...
Gamma Nu Eta - Chapters
... The Alpha Chapter at RPI for many years was the only chapter, but as of May 2011 there is now a Beta Chapter at Illinois Institute of Technology ... Board of Directors is expected to accelerate the efforts of the society to spread colonies (new chapters) ...
Onihime VS - Media - Manga
... Unbalance Unbalance, and ended serialization in the November 2012 issue with 26 chapters ... Release date ISBN 01 September 30, 2008 ISBN 978-4-86032-643-2 Chapters 1–4 02 May 13, 2009 ISBN 978-4-86032-752-1 Chapters 5–10 03 August 30, 2010 ISBN 978 ...

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