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New Labour in Power

The first book to provide a much-needed analysis of the current state of the party and insight into longer term trends, "New Labour in Power" helps readers to explore both past and present in order to better understand the future. The book explores Tony Blair's victory through both its historical context and the words of contemporary media commentators, journalists, economists and politicians, including Austin Mitchell, Peter Shore, Peter...

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Donna Kooler's Cross-Stitch Flowers

Donna Kooler, the grand dame of needlework, has gathered together her most brilliant floral motifs in this bouquet of a book that’s sure to please her many fans. Along with her award-winning designers, she presents 30 elegant cross-stitch designs with large, easy-to-follow patterns in all shapes, sizes, and glorious colors. The beautifully photographed projects—perfect for home décor and gifts—include floral coasters, a wall hanging of...

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Spookhouse, Volume 2

A freelance comic book artist known for his diversity, Hampton has illustrated such iconic properties as Batman, Sandman, Black Widow, Hellraiser, and Star Trek in addition to work on his creator-owned projects such as The Upturned Stone.He began his career following in the footsteps of brother and fellow comic book creator Bo Hampton. Both Scott and Bo studied under Will Eisner in 1976. Scott's first professional comics work was the...

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THINK Critically

It doesn't get much more fundamental than learning how to make rational decisions.I read this book in its entirety and wrote out 25 pages of notes in Microsoft Word!The biggest downside is that the author makes a lot of subtle arguments for liberal politics without giving us the chance to analyze them or even notice he's making them - for example, huge, flattering pictures of Michele Obama, but unflattering depictions of conservative...

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Short Stop for Romance (First Love from Silhouette, #73)

In general, this was slightly more interesting than the average Blossom Valley book. Celia as a character is to be praised for her desire to be independent from her clique but still friends with them and this concurrent plot lends a depth to what would otherwise be a somewhat one-note romance. The slang was overdone and the idea that the group would get lost on a dirt road that ended in mud when driving in the East Bay (SF Bay Area) was too...

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Cult Classics

These soulful standup comedy performances are all about religious cults. Judy Toll's epic tale of her involvement with 'The Church of Something-ology' and Taylor Negron's casual dip into a model cult. "The Church of Something-ology" (pt. 1) by Judy Toll "Model Cult" by Taylor Negron ADVISORY: This material may not be appropriate for minors. JUDY TOLL was a consultant on Sex and the City, wrote Casual Sex?,...

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Curbside Consultation in Ibd

Uno de los historietistas españoles más reconocidos en los últimos años (en España, pero también internacionalmente). Es co-fundador del colectivo Polaqia, formado por historietistas de Galicia. Durante sus primeros años como historietista,

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The Game of Life

Blurb: Although this book is Rhianna's story, it's about boys as well as girls! Young people are under a great deal of pressure. School, homework, exams, teachers, parents, relationships, looking good, hormones, peer pressure ...It's very easy to slip into 'whatever' mode. From the outside looking in, teens can sometimes come across as a bit, you know, negative? Do you catch yourself saying that life's unfair? Or that you're a victim of...

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Lesbian Erotica, Volume 5

ROLE-PLAY REVERSAL By Chris WestlakeEmily has joined the amateur dramatics where she plays the sort of rich spoilt housewife that every milkman longs to meet on his round. The tables are turned when Deana, the sassy ebony minx who plays her meek maid in the play, turns out to be a dominatrix with her own set of handcuffs! When Emily is licked out on stage, it seems that there could be a third role in this production.HOLY MATRIMONY By...

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Wide Eyed

“Trinie Dalton’s voice is so charming in these stories and they fly right by, so it takes a little time to realize how deftly she is talking about death and sex and fear and love and fur and slumber parties, how lightly she touches upon heaviness, making an imprint so gentle you don’t know it’s there until later, when the story floats back up in your memory, light as a butterfly or a blood-oil lilypad in the bath.” —Aimee Bender“Trinie...

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The Misfit Marquess (Regency, #1)

A Daring MasqueradeSeeking to escape the cruel designs of a false lover, Elizabeth Hatton fled into the night. Then an accident left her unconscious--and she was rescued by the handsome Lord Gideon Grayleigh! Elizabeth's reputation depended on secrecy, so she resolved to protect her identity--by pretending to be just a little daft....Lord Grayleigh wanted to help this sweet young lady, but she refused to tell him her name, or...

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Bad Luck With Besties (The Daimsbury Chronicles, #1)

Honor Whelan always trips into bad luck with male best friends. Abandoned by her bestie of eleven years who got her pregnant during a one-night-stand, she finds herself destitute and alone, with no other choice but to head home to the Surrey village of Daimsbury. Fifteen years earlier, Honor left Daimsbury because her then best friend and the boy she loved, Liam Morelli, got another friend pregnant. Honor had run...but today, she...

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The Return to Palmyra (The Fourth Nephite, #2)

NOTE: THIS BOOK HAS NOT YET BEEN RELEASED AND THERE IS NOT A CURRENT RELEASE DATE SCHEDULED.Book 2 of an exciting time-travel, Church history adventure! In the two weeks since he's returned from traveling to the time of Joseph Smith, Kaleo Steele has a new appreciation for his Church membership—especially the fact that he's not being shot at and chased by mobs. But a constant feeling of wrongness seems to hang in the air....

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Not for Sale

READ THIS BOOK! It is all about global slave trade. It is really REALLY hard to read. It is heartbreaking story after heartbreaking story. And there is a “mature subject matter” advisory. But if you want to help you should definitely read it - it will make you want to help. It will make you want to spread awareness. It is so depressing at times, but worth it to make you aware of the terrible things that are going on in our world – there are more...

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Rise of the Flame

From international bestselling author, K.N. Lee comes Rise of the Flame, an epic beginning to the Eura Chronicles. There are six races, four realms, and one human girl who can bring them together in peace...or war. Lilae has been hunted since the night of her birth. She is the only heir to the human god's throne. For centuries the races have been separated by an ancient barrier. Now that the barrier is crumbling and vanishing,...

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Masalah Angkatan dan Periodisasi Sedjarah Sastra Indonesia

Ajip Rosidi (dibaca: Ayip Rosidi) mula-mula menulis karya kreatif dalam bahasa Indonesia, kemudian telaah dan komentar tentang sastera, bahasa dan budaya, baik berupa artikel, buku atau makalah dalam berbagai pertemuan di tingkat regional, nasional, maupun internasional. Ia banyak melacak jejak dan tonggak alur sejarah sastera Indonesia dan Sunda, menyampaikan pandangan tentang masalah sosial politik, baik berupa artikel dalam majalah, berupa...

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Gongora

Picasso was first attracted to the work of sixteenth-century Spanish poet Luis de Gongora y Argote during the 1920s, when the poet, called "the father of modern poetry" by Federico Garcia Lorca, was resurrected by the Surrealists. Gongora is comprised of twenty sonnets by the poet, which Pablo Picasso wrote out in hand and further embellished with flourishes, figures and sketches. The artist also rendered twenty portraits to accompany these...

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Happy Together

Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. See this thread for more information.Alan Gordon is the author of the Fools' Guild mysteries. His short fiction and essays have appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, The Drood Review of Mystery and the Medieval Academy Newsletter. He lives in New York City...

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残酷な神が支配する 10 [Zankoku na Kami ga Shihaisuru 10]

Moto Hagio (萩尾望都 Hagio Moto) is a manga artist born in Ōmuta, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, though she currently lives in Saitama Prefecture. She is considered a "founding mother" of modern shōjo manga, especially shōnen-ai. She is also a member of the Year 24 Group (24-Gumi). She has been described as "the most beloved shōjo manga artist of all time."She helped pioneer both modern shoujo...

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Gone... But Not Missed (Nathan Miccoli #1)

Lillian Brannon wakes up on Valentine's Day in an exact replica of her bedroom but the only item that she believes is authentic is her dog, Laude. She is held captive in her kidnapper's basement apartment, summoned upstairs once a week for a chaste dinner. But will his kindness last, and more importantly, why isn’t anyone looking for her? Lillian’s story is interwoven with that of Nathan, a NYPD officer, who is intrigued by Lillian’s...

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Surge

Surge is an insider’s view of the most decisive phase of the Iraq War. After exploring the dynamics of the war during its first three years, the book takes the reader on a journey to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where the controversial new U.S. Army and Marine Corps counterinsurgency doctrine was developed; to Washington, D.C., and the halls of the Pentagon, where the Joint Chiefs of Staff struggled to understand the conflict; to the...

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Remarks on a Late Pamphlet, Wrote by Mr. Hobart, Entitled, the Principles of Congregational Churches, Relating to the Constitution and Authority of Ecclesiastical Councils

Title: Remarks on a late pamphlet, wrote by Mr. Hobart, entitled, The principles of congregational churches, relating to the constitution and authority of ecclesiastical councils: considered, and applied to the case of the late ordination at Wallingford: and a further vindication of the council that acted in that ordination.Author: William HartPublisher: Gale, Sabin Americana Description: Based on Joseph Sabin's famed bibliography, Bibliotheca...

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The Aunts Go Marching

A young girl marches through the falling rain, beating on a drum with a rat a tat-tat The sound of her drum draws aunts into the street. And these aren't the ants that want to share the picnic basket. Here they come dressed in raincoats, holding black umbrellas, marching row on row behind the girl with the drum. Maurie J. Manning turns the tables on the popular children's song in a lively picture book that is sure to have children up and...

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Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist

This high-quality hardcover edition of Charles Dickens' classic tale features inventive illustrations from world-renowned illustrator Eric Kincaid, re-imagining the characters in a whole new way for modern children. The abridged classic makes the work more accessible while holding true to the intent and tradition of the classic.

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Fish Bones

In Fish Bones Gillian Sze takes a random walk through the art museum and finds the drama of life framed in a series precisely rendered and moving artefact poems. Working from Jeanette Winterson's idea of a 'constant exchange of emotion' between the artist, the painting, and the writer, Sze's ekphrastic verse is unrelenting in its commitment to action, so that each poem sparked by a picture comes to follow its own impetus, the origin of...

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The Phoenix

A scholar publishes his secret translation of ten scrolls found hidden under a 5000 year old South American temple. The scrolls tell the story of Ammon, a young man killed in a surprise bombing near his home. When Ammon's friends go to bury him, they find him not dead, but alive. Ammon's friend Tanzin leads him on a quest to discover the reason for his strange recovery and increasing number of amazing new abilities. The journey takes Ammon to a...

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Normal Enough

When Brandon Kenner shows up at Kasey Ralston’s garage with a 1970 Chevelle SS 454, Kasey is smitten by both the man and his car. Between what Kasey considers a shameful fetish and his long estrangement from his family, Kasey finds it easiest to be alone, even distancing himself from his coworkers. But Brandon doesn’t think Kasey’s fetish is weird. In fact, he likes it.Kasey doesn’t know how to resist a man as charming as Brandon, and...

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Acts

For hundreds of years Christendom has been blessed with Bible commentaries written by great men of God highly respected for their godly walk and their insight into spiritual truth. The Crossway Classic Commentaries present the very best work on individual Bible books, carefully adapted for maximum understanding and usefulness for today's believers.The book of Acts provides an invaluable transition in the Bible from the...

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Massachusetts

America the Beautiful is available online as part of your Grolier Online subscription! For more information call 888-326-6546 or visit us on the web at www.scholasticlibrary.com

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Dan Graham

Since the 1960s, Dan Graham's heterogeneous practice has touched on such disparate subjects as tract housing, the Shakers, punk music, and architectural theory; he has made videos, architectural models, closed-circuit installations, and glass pavilions. Graham, who came of age during the emergence of earth art, minimalism, and conceptualism, has situated his work on the borders between these different strains of contemporary practice. Although...

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10 relatos de amor (Colección Diez relatos, #1)

Diez relatos originales en forma, estilo y contenido, que tratan, cada uno desde un punto de vista muy personal, de ese estado de ánimo que llamamos amor. Historias dulces, historias tristes, historias de traición, de pasión o de celos en las que el poder del amor transforma, obsesiona, hace enloquecer o acompaña más allá de la muerte. Todas estas facetas, y algunas más, aparecen en esta antología de los...

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The Last Laugh

For critics, fans, and scholars of drama and film, the laugh has traditionally been tied to comedy, indicating and expressing mirth, witty relief, joyous celebration, or arch and sarcastic parody. But strange, dark laughter that illuminates non-comedic, unfunny situations gets much less attention. In "The Last Laugh: Strange Humors of Cinema, " editor Murray Pomerance has assembled contributions from thirteen estimable scholars that address the...

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Shaughnessy

On December 9, 1998, the proceedings in the House of Commons came to a shocking halt when the Liberal MP for Windsor-St Clair, Shaughnessy Cohen, collapsed on the floor of the chamber. The heartfelt outpouring of every party, from foreign ambassadors, even from seasoned press gallery journalists - caught those beyond the hothouse of Parliament Hill by surprise. Who was this woman, an apparently obscure second-term backbencher, who commanded such...

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Women and the Law

Susan Denise Atkins was a convicted American murderer who was a member of the "Manson family", led by Charles Manson. Manson and his followers committed a series of nine murders at four locations in California, over a period of five weeks in the summer of 1969. Atkins, known within the Manson family as Sadie Mae Glutz, was convicted for her participation in eight of these killings, including the most notorious, the "Tate/LaBianca" murders. She...

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Iran

This series succeeds dramatically in communicating the unique charm, the allure, and the cultures of other parts of the world. Here also are geography, history, economics, key attractions ... and so much more. The result is a delightful mix of enchantment that is as riveting as it is informative.From the start, readers are caught up in the crisp style of the series. Whether it's a description of bustling London, or an incredibly readable...

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Galatians and Romans

In his thorough, yet concise commentary on Galatians and Romans, Robert Karris, O.F.M. encourages his readers to take a head on approach to reading and interpreting the biblical text. He discusses form and purpose, message, and basic outline to help readers understand Galatians and Romans.With his section-by-section commentary, Karris offers readers of al backgrounds further opportunity to study and reflect on the books of Galatians and...

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Walking in the Drakensberg

A new walking guide to u-Khahlamba-Drakensberg Park World Heritage Site, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, easily accessible from Johannesburg, Harrismith, Pietermaritzburg and Durban off the N3. The guide describes 75 day walks, between 1km and 20km long, in Royal Natal National Park, Cathedral Peak, Monk's Cowl, Injisuthi, Giant's Castle, Highmoor, Kamberg, Lotheni, Cobham, Garden Castle and Bushman's Nek. The Drakensberg Mountains of KwaZulu...

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A Sociology of Work in Japan

This comprehensive, introductory overview of the "world of work" in Japan recalls post-war Japan to analyze the development of industrial relations and the Japanese style of management. It considers the changes that took place in the early nineties when disillusionment set in and unemployment and economic insecurity became facts of life. The authors challenge the preeminence of Japanese management practices which have dominated the literature...

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Nelson. Pediatria. Tom 2

Dwutomowa publikacja, ktora oddajemy do rak czytelnika, jest tlumaczeniem amerykanskiego podrecznika Nelson Essentials of Pediatrics, zwanego popularnie "malym Nelsonem." Od roku 1990, regularnie co 4 lata, w Stanach Zjednoczonych ukazuje sie jego nowe wydanie. Obecnie, 6 juz z kolei, pojawilo sie w 2010r., zawiera wiec najbardziej aktualna wiedze z dziedziny pediatrii. Podrecznik przeznaczony jest dla lekarzy specjalizujacych sie w pediatrii i...

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Jack Daniels and Associates (Kindle Worlds Short Story) (Boone Childress Mysteries Book 7)

The TV Show The House That Kills visits Humes House, a B&B in a posh Chicago neighborhood haunted by the evil Devil Baby, and locks an innocent contestant in a room to spend the night. If he makes it, he gets a thousand bucks. If he doesn't— When the room is opened, a dead body greets the TV audience, and former firefighter turned forensic investigator Boone Childress joins forces with Lieutenant Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels, a veteran...

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Smokin' Sports Cars

Readers who love fast cars will love this book, featuring many of the fastest, most powerful cars on the planet. Meet the international "superstars" adored by car lovers the world oversports cars from Ferrari, Lamborghini, BMW, Porsche, Jaguar, and more.

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The Reluctant Queen

Stolen away years ago, Princess Lara is offered an ultimatum by King Adel. Return to her kingdom as his Queen or pay back the bride price. Feisty Lara refuses, but remembers how Adel used to make her heart race… “The Reluctant Queen” by Crews is a tale for all the senses, filled with characters who will wow you, dialogue that takes you away and love scenes that sizzle. ” - RT BOOK Reviews

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Mutazioni

Nero Press Edizioni inaugura una nuova collana, Incastri, che si prefigge di essere punto d’incontro interculturale tra la narrativa italiana e quella internazionale. Il volumetto, intitolato Mutazioni, per via dei temi trattati, è confezionato in un innovativo taglio bi-fronte e si compone di due racconti: Cinque minuti di video, firmato Michael Laimo, e Incantevole, di Stefano Fantelli.La traduzione del racconto di Laimo è stata...

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Duke Elric (Chronicles of the Last Emperor of Melniboné, #4)

Michael Moorcock's work as a critic, as an editor and as a writer has made it easier for me and a whole generation of us to roam the 'moonbeam roads' of the literary multiverse.--from the Foreword by Michael Chabon Has there ever been a hero-or anti-hero-to match Elric of Melnibone, last emperor of an ancient civilization sunk into decadence and inhuman cruelty? Elric the albino, weary of life and enamored of death, bearer of the...

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The Trouble With Scots (Body of Knowledge, #3)

Book Three in the Body of Knowledge series. Eadan MacMurough can see the future—the one where he is alone and the one where he finally meets the woman who will be his wife. It has been a long ten years waiting and wondering why he has yet to meet her. On the carriage ride home from the meeting of The Society for the Advancement of Science, Eadan is plagued by the beginnings of a crippling vision. Finally his dream meets his...

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Oblivion

a short flash fiction story about a man who knows he is being stalked and in a twisted way allows it to happen...because he is also stalking his stalker.

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Railroad Stations Depots & Roundhouses

A testament to the vitality of the railroad age and the historic role of the railroad in the national experience, this handsome volume documents depots, roundhouses and terminals from opulent urban structures like NYC's Grand Central Terminal to rustic single-room whistle-stop of a loney byway.

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Hawaiian Rainbows

Book Review:Hawaiian Rainbows Growing up in the Fifties, it was Superman (and Supergirl) with their magical powers of strength that could best the evildoers and save the world for "Truth, Justice, and the American Way;" twenty years later, my older children hero worshiped Steve Austin the Bionic Man (and the girls all wanted to be Jamie, the Bionic Woman);and by the Eighties, my younger daughters would get up at the crack of dawn to see...

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Introduction to Environmental Economics

Understanding why environmental problems occur and what best to do about them is much facilitated by an understanding of economics. This book provides an introduction to the subject of environmental economics which does not assume an in-depth prior understanding of economics. Part one explains the fundamental economic concepts, using environmental examples, including markets, environmental evaluation, risk, and trade. Part two then sets these...

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Action alert!

Joan Marie Verba earned a bachelor of physics degree from the University of Minnesota Institute of Technology and attended the graduate school of astronomy at Indiana University, where she was an associate instructor of astronomy for one year. She has worked as a computer programmer, editor, publisher,health/weight loss coach, social media manager, and mobile marketing consultant. An experienced writer, she is the author of the nonfiction books...

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Haiku Inferno

I am the publisher of Future Tense Books in Portland, Oregon. I work at Powell's Books. I write reviews and articles for various papers and mags. I have a few books out. My newest short story collection, Creamy Bullets, came out in 2008 from Chiasmus Press. Portland Noir, a book of crime fiction that I edited for Akashic Books, came out in 2009. My memoir, A Common Pornography (the long version!), was published by Harper Perennial in early...

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Eastern Europe

For 20 years Lonely Planet has been the Eastern Europe expert. Our 10th edition helps uncover this diverse region - whether you're meandering through olive groves to Albania's deserted beaches, coming face to face with wolves and bison in Poland's ancient forests, or marvelling at the art collection in St Petersburg's Hermitage. Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit. This fully...

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Fantasy 101 - SFF Box Set

Four talented fantasy authors team together to bring you the ultimate fantasy collection: Fantasy 101! Be prepared for adventure! Go exploring with a band of dwarves. Decode mysterious runes while the fate the world rests on your shoulders. Infiltrate an impenetrable fortress against all odds. And finally, go hunting with the one dwarf that no monster would ever want to tangle with.Bundled inside this anthology are the following...

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The Best Film You've Never Seen

In this book, 35 directors champion their favorite overlooked or critically savaged gems. Among these guilty pleasures, almost-masterpieces, and undeniable classics in need of revival are unsung noirs (Murder by Contract), famous flops (Can’t Stop the Music, Joe Versus the Volcano), art films (L’ange), theatrical adaptations (The Iceman Cometh), B-movies (Killer Klowns from Outer Space), and...

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The PMS Club

Dixie Nelson arrived in Florida with a mad spell sitting on her shoulders. Her two friends Faith and Jill could flirt with the tanned and gorgeous men on the beaches all they wanted. She wasn't going to do anything but try to get over her anger and enjoy a perfect summer... one with no men allowed in her heart. Not even the good looking T-shirt painter who employed her right after he accused her of shop lifting.Boone Callahan spent all...

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Mare Ultima

The continent of Borea prospers and suffers in harmony with the authority and strength of The Fells, its greatest city. And The Fells rises and falls as the balance of power shifts between the Keep of its king, the Agate Tower of its wizards, and the Jingle of its brokers who grow fat on the trade in magic.In The Fells live: a soldier violating the tomb of a dead sorcerer-king; a would-be regicide changed into a dog as an act of mercy; a...

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The Boys Next Door (The Boys Next Door, #1)

Cute, available, and one cabin over....Lori lives for summertime on the lake. She spends all season wakeboarding, swimming, and hanging with her friends—including the two hotties in the house next door. With the Vader brothers, Lori's always been one of the guys. But while Lori and the "baby" brother, Adam, are inseparable friends, she can't deny a secret crush on Sean, the older Vader boy. This year Sean's been...

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Saddled with Trouble (Horse Lover's Mystery, #1)

I didn't see the killer until the end.That is saying something.I read mysteries all the time and I can usually spot who-done-it pretty quickly.However, I was completely off in this one.Way to go, Michele Scott!On a side review---My mom LOVED this book.She grew up with horses, so she could relate to that aspect. And has had to deal with ex-husbands who cheat, so again she could relate to that.I have limited horse history (more than some,...

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Nuclear Deterrence

Isinya kayaknya hampir sama dengan Jurnal Ethics vol 95 no 3, Special Issue: Symposium on Ethics and Nuclear Deterrence. Soalnya alamat yang Mearsheimer berikan untuk Introduction buku itu malah masuk ke halaman jurnal Ethics di atas.

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Truth and Beauty

Ann Patchett and the late Lucy Grealy met in college in 1981, and, after enrolling in the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, began a friendship that would be as defining to both of their lives as their work. In Grealy’s critically acclaimed memoir, Autobiography of a Face, she wrote about losing part of her jaw to childhood cancer, years of chemotherapy and radiation, and endless reconstructive surgeries. In Truth & Beauty, the story...

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UN PASEO POR LAS ESTRELLAS.

Nació el 8 de enero de 1933 en Barcelona. Publica su primera novela en 1961. En 1961 se traslada a París y trabaja como ayudante de laboratorio junto a Jacques Monod. En 1965 logra el Premio Biblioteca Breve. En 1978 consiguió el Premio Planeta. Sus novelas también han ganado el premio Ciudad de Barcelona, el premio Ateneo de Sevilla, el Premio de la Crítica y el Premio Europa y Rabos de lagartija. En 1997, recibió...

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Complex Variables and Applications

Complex Variables and Applications, 9e will serve, just as the earlier editions did, as a textbook for an introductory course in the theory and application of functions of a complex variable. This new edition preserves the basic content and style of the earlier editions. The text is designed to develop the theory that is prominent in applications of the subject. You will find a special emphasis given to the application of residues and conformal...

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Crying Girl, The

When Hazel Wilmot calls Amanda Vickers, her former student and the editor of Roaming New England Magazine, with a story idea about a haunted New Hampshire inn, Amanda is intrigued, but intrigue soon turns to shock. Before Amanda can travel to New Hampshire in time, Hazel dies suspiciously in a fall while exploring the abandoned inn. Amanda quickly decides to investigate her death. Was it accidental or due to something more sinister? Accompanied...

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Soul Catcher

Soul Catcher takes you on a self-guided journey along a spiritual path forged from the realization of your own dreams and wishes, and the utilization of the wisdom of your own inner voice. This beautiful journal will help you find ways to break through the barriers that stand in your way and offer support as you shape and define your true values and goals so you can live life to its fullest.

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Beyond the Rio Grande

William MacLeod Raine (June 22, 1871 - July 25, 1954), was a British-born American novelist who wrote fictional adventure stories about the American Old West.William MacLeod Raine was born in London, the son of William and Jessie Raine. After his mother died, his family migrated from England to Arkansas when Macleod was ten years old, eventually settling on a cattle ranch near the Texas-Arkansas border. In 1894, after graduating from...

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A Kindred Spirit (Crosswinds, #13)

Shy, artistic Erin had almost forgotten about Nicky, whom her mother called an imaginary playmate. And Erin had almost come to believe that Nicky was just a figment of her imagination. But when Nicky reappears, Erin knows that he was never just a dream; and he needs Erin's help. But how can she help him when she doesn't know whoor whathe really is? Only Erin's new friend Rick believes Nicky exists; through Rick, Erin finds the courage to search...

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Lloyd George

These 12 essays throw light on the career of Lloyd George, the most charismatic figure in British politics in the early years of the 20th century. He pioneered the welfare state, was the first man of the people to become Prime Minister, and led Britain to victory in World War I.

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Spanish Verbs, 3rd edition

Verbs and verb conjugations are the basic building blocks when learning a foreign language. Light, compact, and easy to carry wherever students go, books in this series offer approximately 300 frequently-used verbs that are presented in easy-to-read verb conjugation tables. Each verb includes its English equivalent, sample sentences, and related words and expressions. These books also include general instruction in verb usage. Titles in Barron’s...

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I'm with You / Sk8er Boi

Avril Ramona Lavigne is a Canadian and French[3][4][note 1] singer-songwriter. She was born in Belleville, Ontario, and spent most of her youth in the town of Napanee. By the age of 15, she had appeared on stage with Shania Twain; by 16, she had signed a two-album recording contract with Arista Records worth more than $2 million. In 2002, when she was 17 years old, Lavigne broke onto the music scene with her debut album Let Go. Since her...

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Writing for a Change

Writing for a Change shows teachers how to engage students in “real world” problem-solving activities that can help them to acquire voice, authority, and passion for both reading and writing practice. Written in collaboration with the Center for Social Action in England, the book describes the innovative Social Action process for encouraging students to collaborate on problems of their own choosing—to analyze options, develop action...

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Twelve Tingly Tales

Twelve Tingly Tales is a collection of twelve stories with a paranormal twist. Live with Jeff Cummings as he hires a mysterious handyman to underpin his cabin and ends up losing more than his family. A distraught Las Vegas teacher ends up with a demon for a student. A harried Vermont farmer refuses to believe his daughter when she tells him there is a ghost in their house. A frustrated writer learns the meaning of devotion and love from his...

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Home by Dark

The past can catch up to you.... Rachel Weaver Mason is finally going home to Deer Run, the Amish community she left behind so many years ago. Recently widowed, she wants desperately to create a haven for herself and her young daughter. But the community, including Rachel’s family, is anything but welcoming. The only person happy to see her is her teenaged brother, Benjamin, and he’s protecting a dark secret that...

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The Housing Battlefield

In this meticulously researched book, Peter Hutchinson traces the trends, developments and policies in the housing market during the last twenty years, and describes the constant struggle to supply adequate accommodation for an ever-increasing British population. Government schemes such as low-cost housing, the right to buy and the London Docklands Development Corporation are examined in detail, Hutchinson drawing upon examples and statistics...

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Complete Thai Cooking

Authentic Thai cuisine has a rich, centuries-old tradition, and this authoritative handbook celebrates its many variations, with deft ideas for using many spices, sauces, flavorings, and styles. More than 100 recipes, most taking 15 minutes or less to prepare and cook, provide even gourmet cooks with a new range of delicious choices. The recipes start with snacks and starters, then introduce a host of multicourse meals featuring soups and...

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The Complete How to Handbook for Jewish Living

Any question on Jewish ritual or custom is surely answered in Olitzky and Isaacs' handbook. How to chant the Torah? Check. Choose a synagogue? Check. Visit the sick? Check. Interpret dreams? Check. The two rabbis lay out instructions in steps and include "instant information" sections that provide data that can be hard to track down, such as prohibited and permitted foods, the Hebrew calendar, and the Seven Laws of Noah. Illustrated in b&w....

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The Tiger of Turkestan

Poor Little Tiger. His grandmother Tiger gives him some strange advice: "Do something nobody else does!"Puzzled but determined, Little Tiger thinks about what she means. When he returns he's a changed Little Tiger.He does whatever he can to be unique, and as he grows up he sees that he is different. Then Tiger -- no longer Little Tiger -- sets out far from home, traveling to Africa and Asia, and deep into Turkestan, understanding himself...

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Decommissioned Russian Nuclear Submarines and International Cooperation

With the end of the Cold War, Russia's submarines were no longer needed to deter or fight Western navies and were very expensive to operate and maintain. Older submarines were taken out of service in large numbers, but without firm plans and infrastructure in place to remove and adequately care for their nuclear components, problems soon developed over the disposition of spent fuel assemblies. Problems arose also of course between Russia and the...

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Sons of Wrath

This is the story of the origins of the Flesh Tearers Chapter, forged in the bloody aftermath of the Horus Heresy. With the Blood Angels Legion divided, first Chapter Master Amit must unite his Chapter with a new purpose lest they fall prey to the curse of their blood.The Sons of Wrath First Edition is presented as a luxurious hardback, presented in a magnetised display-case. Alongside Sons of Wrath, you’ll also find the bonus...

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Still Life (The Books of Elsewhere, #5)

The fifth and final book in The Books of Elsewhere, the award-winning, New York Times bestselling, fan-favorite series--absolutely not to be missed. Annabelle McMartin is gone for good, but something worse lurks just out of sight--watching, waiting, preparing to strike. Then a field trip to the local art museum reveals a shock. What Olive discovers will create a chain of events that propel her to discoveries she...

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The Beach

In the tradition of Robert Mapplethorpe and Tom Bianchi, Beach celebrates both the male nude and the pleasures of friendship on a summer's day.David Morgan's remarkable photographs of the male figure have been appearing in New York City for over a decade-on posters and party invitations, prints and greeting cards, as well as in various magazines. Now Morgan has brought his camera to the beach and focussed it on young men...

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La letra de lo mínimo

Los textos reunidos en este volumen fueron escritos "por demanda de circunstancia": un viaje, un libro que pide comentario, una muerte que quiere consuelo, una obra plastica que se expone al juicio y al placer de la mirada, un discurso que incita, un acto que provoca. Pequenos desafios, en suma. Y en esa dimension que se confiere al objeto replicante, la pequenez, LA LETRA DE LO MCNIMO quizas no sea solo un titulo sino tambien una manera de ver...

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Women As National Leaders

This volume focuses on the careers of seven women who are, or have been, leaders of nations: Golda Meir, Isabel Per[ac]on, Corazon Aquino, Violeta Chamorro, Indira Gandhi, Benazir Bhutto and Margaret Thatcher. Contributors to this comparative study use case studies to examine critical issues including: context; biographical factors; the path to power; leadership style; and to what extent gender mattered in a leader's rise and performance.

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Devil Theatre

Representations of demonic possession and exorcism rituals abound in English Renaissance drama, an area which this book seeks to illuminate by comparison with non-dramatic works. The author investigates stage images of possession in relation to a range of early modern demonological, theological and medical prose texts on the subject, looking specifically at how the theatre responded to these texts. He argues that the stage appropriated debates...

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Ace (Undefeated series book 2)

Charity Parkerson has a way of writing quirky, interesting characters that make you want to turn the page, and this is definitely the case with Ace (Undefeated Series).Ace is a professional MMA fighter, absolutely focused on achieving success and moving out from his famous father’s shadow.He’s a man of few words, intimidating with a green Mohawk, piercings and numerous tattoos.Lucy is a woman who chatters nonstop.She’s blunt, not easily...

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Torchwood

Saving the planet, one alien at a time.Go behind-the-scenes of this explosive, high-octane TV series and find out what it takes to be a Torchwood operative.Includes interviews with the shows stars and behind-the-scenes features on the fabulous costumes, stunts, locations and music that make Torchwood such great TV.Plus two amazing Torchwood short stories and much more.

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By Heart

Ted Hughes was not just an excellent poet (according to most people-his work does not really reach me), he was a superb editor of poems with multiple superb anthologies to his editorial credit. This is a collection of 101 short poems. The excuse for collecting them is that they are worth committing to memory and short enough for people to do so. You can quibble about what is excluded, but you can't really quibble about what is included. All are...

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All in a Day

The Maxson family reunion is a bi-annual tradition. The big, dysfunctional family gets together one weekend every other year outside of Macon, Georgia to celebrate how far their family has come. Usually it’s the same ol’ routine: family activities, the reunion barbecue, and the formal banquet at the end of the weekend. This year everything has been turned upside down. Trying to keep the same schedule, throwing in a wedding and an unexpected...

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