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dog-ear

1. noun The corner of a page of a book that has been turned down to mark one's place. I always leave a dog-ear in my textbooks to indicate an important page when I'm studying.
2. verb To fold over the corner of a page of a book to mark one's place. I really hate it when people dog-ear their books. It ruins the look of the page!
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The novel, which received the Dog Ear Publishing Award of Literary Excellence, finds its roots in the author's own life with literary embellishments to round out the narrative.
This is the first novel for Tsegellis, who said Dog Ear Publishing's staff have guided him "wonderfully from start to finish."
"This is a unique book allowing the reader to walk in the footsteps of both the Coast Miwok and the woman studying their culture," wrote Dog Ear Publishing editor, Angela Wade.
Dog Ear's editorial team determines Award of Literary Excellence winners.
The bond between a father and his daughter is explored in a new book, "Even," by Andy Gutman and released by Dog Ear Publishing.
Dogs, Crows, and black kites had all sucked the blood of our innocent people." Thus begins a dramatic new novel centering on love, hatred and the gray space between the two extremes, released by Dog Ear Publishing.
A new book, released by Dog Ear Publishing, details the case.
Dog Ear Publishing can be contacted by phone at (317) 228-3656 or on the web at www.dogearpublishing.net.
A successful businessman has written a new book, released by Dog Ear Publishing, which shares his experiences in both business and life to help others achieve success.