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we are: GQL is an established company based in the thriving business
community of Oxford. We work from our household residence at Grasmere
House, 9 Blandford Ave, Oxford, OX2 8EA. We are a non profit organisation
working from a voluntary contribution scheme according to the success
of your business.
What we do: GQL represents a mountain ridge over the water. We
give professional businesses the opportunity to market their companies
and products on our website for a minimal contribution charge. We assist
in the promotion of the business. We offer a free one week trial period
for your business to gauge the success of our marketing methods, before
we agree to a minimal contribution thereafter if you wish to use GQL for
your promotions team.
AND ORGANISATION OXFORD SERVICES
rooms in North Oxford available now. £45 per week. Book by telephone
01865 511657 or fax/e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Del Sol. Seaside residence sleeps 2. Lovely views and gardens. Book
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Poetry by Robert Coulson and Charles Taylor.
publication and advertising.
transactions through NAT West Bank.
We also offer
a variety of professional services. We would advertise, work and edit
Literature and poetry
goods available from licensed dealers
limbs available over the net
tuition available for EFL students
and herbicide enquiries
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Extract from the book:
ONE DAY IN THE LIFE OF A 'DICKENSIAN' BOOKSELLER, a roman-à-clef
little later, Mr Payne, with an amused look on his face, got up from his
chair and showed a customer letter to his young assistant. "Have
you seen this, Robert?" he cackled. Bob looked down the letter :
nothing particularly remarkable except that it came from an Ethiopian
in Addis Ababa. But at the end, what bliss! : the man wrote : "You
send me these books and I send you my sister." Strange books as well
in fact were asked for, namely six specific Tigray grammers at 1/6d each.
Mr Payne picked up the letter again and with his stiff upright walk stepped
over to the office. "Have you seen this, Mr Jim?" he queried.
If there was anything remotely funny in the letter the boss did not remark
on it but merely commented, "Oh, you'll find those in the bath."
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