Norman the Slug with a Silly Shell: A laugh-out-loud picture book from the creators of Supertato!
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Roffe, David; Keats-Rohan, Katharine (2016). Domesday Now: New Approaches to the Inquest and the Book. Woodbridge, Suffolk: The Boydell Press. ISBN 978-1-78327-088-0. Gor ( / ˈ ɡ ɔːr/) is the fictional setting for a series of sword and planet novels written by philosophy professor John Lange, writing as John Norman. The setting was first described in the 1966 novel Tarnsman of Gor. The series is inspired by science fantasy pulp fiction works by Edgar Rice Burroughs, such as the Barsoom series. It also includes erotica and philosophical content. The Gor series repeatedly depicts men abducting and physically and sexually brutalizing women, who grow to enjoy their submissive state. According to The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, Norman's "sexual philosophy" is "widely detested",  but the books have inspired a Gorean subculture. 
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Norman, Donald A. (2010). Living with Complexity. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. ISBN 978-0262014861. Personal flag of Bosk of Port Kar (a.k.a. Tarl Cabot of Bristol), the main narrator of the Gor books Direct manipulation interfaces (1985) about direct manipulation interfaces in collaboration with E. L. Hutchins (first author) and J.D. Hollana b Langford, David (1998). "The Kink in Space". SFX. Future Publishing (39) . Retrieved January 17, 2011. fitzNigel, Richard (2007). Amt, Emilie; Church, S. D. (eds.). Dialogus de Scaccario: the Dialogue of the Exchequer; Constitutio Domus Regis: Disposition of the King's Household. Oxford Medieval Texts. Oxford: Clarendon Press. pp.96–99. ISBN 9780199258611.
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Darby, Henry C. (2003). The Domesday Geography of Eastern England. Domesday Geography of England. Vol.1 (revised 3rded.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521893968.There are different forms of constraints, including physical, semantic, cultural, and logical. Each can help focus our attention on an important task and help reduce the chance of human error.