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Colin likes to connect with his audiences in new ways; in 2011 he staged a gig in a recording studio for a handpicked group of fans and at the end presented everyone with a personal copy of a CD and DVD of the performance.
A 223-YEAR-OLD personal copy of the US Constitution belonging to America's founding president George Washington was sold for around $10 million, Christie's auction house has said.
London, June 23 ( ANI ): George Washington's personal copy of the US constitution has been sold for almost 10 million dollars at an auction.
The inventor's personal copy was bought by an unnamed British bidder at Bonhams in London yesterday.
A selection of classical works belonging to the Founding Fathers that helped shape their political thought during the early years of the American republic, including John Adams' personal copy of Plutarch's Lives, John Dickenson's personal copy of the works of Roman historian Tacitus, and John Quincy Adams' personal copy of Cicero's De Oratore.
In a letter to the prince, who is also the president of the FA, Doug said: "I am anxious to ensure you receive your very own personal copy well ahead of the game and I hope you enjoy both singing and dancing to it.
In the worst cases, some textbooks are just not available -- or only the teacher has a personal copy.
I plan to keep my personal copy handy for frequent referral as I sharpen my own writing skills.