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& MR MILLINGTON
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Science by . . . MR NASH

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Some splendid pages of Telegraph-text . . . by MR S HOBBS
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Able assistance in Bettering Oneself and some improving pages of Telegraph-text . . . by MR H PATERSON
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Inspiring pages of Telegraph-text . . . by MR M SULLIVAN
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Contributors (Series Two)
Co-bits for "Little Wonder", Knee-Sweep and Snow advertising-announcements, and a special Tom Sandwich board . . . by LADY DELUXE
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Advertising-announcement: 100% Flash-free site . . . by MR A MUTCHLER
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. . . from a general idea by the Combine

A selection of Further Excellent Purchases . . . by MR S HOBBS
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A handsomely turned State of the Pound . . . by MR T NORRIS
theweekly.co.uk/tim

Irregular Dread: How To Set Your Garden On Fire
and an enticingly shiny State of the Pound
. . . by MR S ANDERSON
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Some instructive Letters From the Editor and the merry If Undelivered . . . by MR H PATERSON
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Acknowledgements

THE WEEKLY S3 inspired by the tenacious litanies of . . . MR M ARCHER
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The Gentrifier's Ministerial impersonation based on a palate originally cleft by . . . MR BIFFO
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MR NASH extends a science-thank to the educational illustrato-works of . . . MR S VICKERS

. . . MR BN BIRD
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. . . MR M WRIGHT
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. . . MR Z MILOSEVIC
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1999's The Weekly, Series One by MR NASH & MR MILLINGTON, and . . . MR C M "E" PENKETHMAN

. . . MR T NORRIS
theweekly.co.uk/tim

. . . MR S KIRRANE

. . . MR S HOBBS
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. . . MS TOBY ROTE

. . . MR S CAMPBELL
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The Weekly is made with MR NASH'S MAC
Mr Nash's thought
for Monday, September 2nd
It all made sense at the time.

for Monday, August 19th
I like spiders.

for Monday, August 5th
Hampered by a ridiculous honesty.

for Monday, July 22nd
Is this the last hurrah? Hurrah!

for Monday, July 8th
I brook no interruptive illness. For you.

for Monday, June 24th
A number of surprising pertinence is one hundred.

for Monday, June 10th
Party like it's 1984.

for Monday, May 27th
Beyond duty, there is obsession.
Mr Millington's thought
for Sunday, September 1st
They might as well have replaced her head with a rotating spiral and a soft hum, because I simply couldn't direct my attention anywhere else.

for Sunday, August 11th
I calculate that the chances of it happening elsewhere are 4.

for Friday, August 2nd
Hugely infectious fatal diseases = Great.

for Sunday, July 21st
I've always "sensed" it's awful. Possibly I was set off in that direction by hearing that you quite liked it.

for Sunday, July 7th
We did have the Sex Pistols in 1976, though, right? I didn't imagine everything.

for Sunday, June 23rd
The temptation to do this deliberately 1) to see if anyone notices and 2) as cover for the many, many times I'll do it accidentally is rabid.

for Sunday, June 9th
I can't bear embarrassing things - I'd much rather they all got shot than exposed as cheats.

for Sunday, May 26th
I hear it's going to rain too.
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