Accordingly, it occurs to me that there could be a place for a 21st century edition of Rolt's work, sympathetically done, with explanatory notes, together with additional photographs and diagrams: I, for one, would be interested.
What does CE stand for?
CE stands for Century Edition
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com Now in an updated and revised 21st century edition featuring new entries on several films not listed in the original, Keep Watching the Skies
8 ( 6) Race to Witch Mountain ( PG) ALMOST 30 years after the original, the 21st century edition of Race to Witch Mountain is slick and sprightly, ticking all of the boxes with ruthless efficiency.
Byline: By JAN DISLEY A LIBRARIAN sold rare books stolen from work, including a 16th century edition of Chaucer, after getting hooked on eBay.
Buckley's haul included a 16th century edition of the works of Geoffrey Chaucer worth pounds 35,000, a 1654 publication of romantic poet John Donne's Elegies that he sold for pounds 1,800, a book of letters about the death of Louis XVI and a 1675 edition of English historian Wil-lam Camden's The History of the Most Renowned and Victorious Princess Elizabeth.
Among them were prints in 16th and 17th century editions of atlases.
Qur'an, Sirah and Hadith In 1983, the Islamic Texts Society published an edition of the Qur'an that can easily be considered the most beautiful twentieth century edition of a book that has always attracted the finest artisans and calligraphers in Muslim history.