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Posted September 27, 2018 17:29:55 The book of the week for 2017 has arrived.

It’s Gutenberg.

That’s right, the latest release of the popular, award-winning e-book publisher is here.

It is the third in the series.

And it’s a great one.

Gutenberg has been a key part of Australian publishing history.

As its name suggests, it is a free, online, digital-only, print-on-demand, e-reader.

In short, it’s an e-reader.

For some people, the word e- means a lot, and that’s exactly what the Gutenberg name means.

It’s a term coined by James Joyce in 1892.

Joyce was writing about a time when people didn’t have a library.

People didn’t even have newspapers.

So when he used the term “a library”, he was referring to a kind of a place where you would be able to find a book, and a newspaper.

Gone were the days when people could’t find a newspaper on the streets.

Gough Whitlam was elected prime minister in 1966, and the government announced the opening of a newspaper market.

It was the first time in Australia that a major publisher would open a newspaper, and it didn’t end well.

In the years following, newspapers were squeezed, and many people moved to print.

There was an economic boom, and people wanted a different kind of media to newspapers.

The market was then flooded with newspapers from the start, with the aim of creating a free and accessible media.

That meant that a lot of people could afford to have access to a free newspaper, but they were limited to what they could afford.

Gough Whitliamans government introduced the National Press and Publishing Act in 1971, which allowed a number of newspapers to operate under a licence.

The government encouraged publishers to build libraries and open them up for public use, and to put their titles in the public domain.

In doing so, it gave the publishers the freedom to make a range of decisions about the content of their publications.

For example, newspapers could decide to print a particular kind of story, and they could even change it if it was a matter of public concern.

Gift of the GuggenheimGutenberg is a modern book, printed on a single, glossy, high-quality glossy paper.

It has a glossy cover, and is about 1.5 inches thick, with a cover price of about $150.

It contains a number a small, printed photographs, each of which is about 8.5mm in size.

The photographs show Gugelheim’s life in 1858, from the time he arrived in Australia and went on to the time of his death in 1885.

It also contains a list of all the people who have worked for him.

As you read, it may well look like this.

The author is known as Gugglenheim, or the Golden Guggin.

But he’s also known as “the Golden Guggin”.

He worked for Guglens father, George, a well-known lawyer.

Gugglens son, Guglin, was the youngest child.

It didn’t take long for them to get married.

The couple settled in Canberra and George was the head of the law firm, while Guglen was the secretary.

They had four children.

Guglan was the eldest, and he would go on to become a professor of law.

Gugu is described as the “father of the Australian legal profession”, and the Gugglin family is considered to be one of the founding families of the modern Australian legal system.

It was Guggens son who founded the first law firm in the state of Victoria, and Guggeddon, a branch of the firm, was founded in the same year.

In 1862, Gough became the first head of a small legal practice in Australia.

He also started the first legal company in the world, Gurgles company, and opened it the year after his father’s death.

It wasn’t until 1923, when Gugga started his own law practice, that Guggan became the head.

He continued to work at the firm for the next three decades.

His family was also a significant part of Australia’s history.

Goggins son, George Gugger, was elected the first mayor of Melbourne.

His son, James Goggin, was appointed a judge of the Federal Court of Australia, and was also the first member of the federal parliament to serve in the position.

He served as a senator for more than 50 years.

His wife, Anna Gogggan, was a member of Parliament from 1901 to 1931.

He was also one of only five senators to have been elected to the Parliament of Victoria.

Gogggan’s son, Sir George Gogglin, became a member in 1933.

He later became an MP,