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Use "tomes" in a sentence
"Certainly the grooviest of the tomes is the nearly six-pound, 800-page Harvard Design School Guide to Shopping, the product of a Harvard-based venture led by starchitect Rem Koolhaas — whose showmanship contains more than a whiff of quackery — that explores the relationship between shopping and “the urban condition.”"
"A TRIO of superbly honed and crafted pome tomes from a man who knows how to harness the pen and paper together and make it sing ring zing."
"Goodmail argues it is good, wholesome and, in fact, healthy for the Internet for them to make money forcing me to read twisted, evil tomes from the monstrous evil-doers at NAMBLA."