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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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A meditation journal to help women through a tough transition in life is useful, to be sure, but what elevates MENO-Vations beyond just a journal is the energizing artwork that enables the reader to meet challenges with a positive outlook (and some sass)," wrote Dog Ear Publishing editor Cathy Bernardy Jones.
Dog Ear staff was helpful executing their vision for the book.
Kelley said the Dog Ear editor called her book delightful, beautifully written and illustrated.
Kelley said she worked with "some amazing women" at Dog Ear who were "incredibly helpful and understanding" whenever she had a concern.
Dog Ear Publishing's editorial team determines Award of Literary Excellence winners, with the managing editor, editorial services manager and the publisher reviewing its recommendations.
Some research led him to select Dog Ear Publishing, thanks to the comprehensive services offered, excellent reviews and responsiveness.
com)-- Tonya Duncan Ellis is honored and thrilled that the latest books in her Sophie Washington series have earned the Dog Ear Publishing Award of Literary Excellence.
This is the opening to a new novel by Janell Martin, released by Dog Ear Publishing, that focuses on the loving bond of a dog and his beloved owner, as well as what might happen when the four-legged member passes away.
She shares her life's experiences and method for achieving those same goals in a new book released by Dog Ear Publishing.
In a new book released by Dog Ear Publishing, West writes about his life and faith, offering inspiration for the quest everyone embarks on until they encounter their own mortality.
Border Collies are good examples of dogs that sometime have dog-eared dog ears and sometimes don't.