Even More Parts Tedd Arnold 2004-09-02 Chip Block, the hero of Parts, is back, and still worried about falling apart based on the things he hears. This time he’s made a list of all the strange, crazy things he’s heard people say: “I lost my head.” “My nose is running.” “I sang my heart out. . . .” It’s scary stuff, but he has a plan for making sure he doesn’t accidentally leave any of his parts behind. A hilarious sequel to the wildly popular Parts and More Parts.
American Landmarks: Miniature Models to Cut and Assemble Matt Bergstrom 2012-03-15 Sixteen miniature scale models of famous U.S. architectural landmarks will captivate young and old alike. Includes the Statue of Liberty, Space Needle, Gateway Arch, Chicago Water Tower, Lincoln Memorial, Boston's Faneuil Hall, and more.
Commemorating the Dead Laurie Brink 2008-12-10 Commemorating the Dead analyzes and interprets the material remains of Roman period burials in light of ancient texts. Is the move from columbaria to catacombs the result of evolving religious identities or simply a matter of a change in fashions? What Greco-Roman and Jewish funerary images were “baptized” as Christian ones? In Commemorating the Dead, archaeologists, Roman historians, and scholars of Judaism and Early Christianity engage in a cross-disciplinary conversation on the impact of Roman and Jewish burial customs on the creation of early Christian memorial practices.
Highland Knits Interweave Editors 2016-03-25 Be Transported with These Timeless Knits! Inspired by Outlander, the romantic tale of time travel and adventure, Highland Knits is a rustic, yet sophisticated collection of quick-to-knit projects. These 16 simple, enduring designs will have you stylishly covered no matter what place, or time, you call home. From Claire's "Rent Collection Shawl" to the "Sassenach Cowl," all your favorite pieces worn by the series' beloved heroine, and then some, are here, waiting to be knit. You'll find each piece relevant to your wardrobe, whether dressing for today or eighteenth century Scotland.
Star Wars Ultimate Darth Vader Papercraft Kit Benjamin Harper 2014-10-23 With specialty printing, sounds, and highly detailed model, Star Wars: Build Darth Vader brings the most menacing Sith Lord to life! The kit includes ten template sheets with die-cut pieces to build a 30cm model, a paperback book, an instruction booklet, and three audio tracks playing authentic Darth Vader sounds. The paperback book examines the many faces and roles of Darth Vader, and relates his evolution from the Chosen One to the galaxys most feared commander, paired with technical and related side-bars. The accompanying instructional booklet includes detailed diagrams and step-by-step assembly instructions for the model.
Mid Ocean T. Rafael Cimino 2009-06-24 Mid Ocean is a Novel of fiction by Author T. Rafael Cimino and is about the war on drugs as it occurs in South Florida in the year 1984.Joel Kenyon has lived in his father's shadow for most of his life. Even after his Dad's death, the man's powerful legacy still haunts him at every turn. As he graduates from the U. S. Custom's Academy, Joel is assigned strategic duty in the 'bad-lands' of U. S. drug enforcement, the Florida Keys. Set in 1984, Mid Ocean shows the lives of the sometimes violent drug smugglers and the men and women sworn to uphold the law in this Caribbean 'wild west'. In the end, Joel Kenyon will question everyone, including himself in a quest for what's right and true. It is here that he will find out the sea holds many secrets.
Paper Works Shaoqiang Wang 2012 From classic Mexican papel picado to the art of origami, paper has long been a source of inspiration to artists and designers across the globe. Paper Works brings together an eclectic mix of designs and techniques, taking the reader on a visual journey of progression and transformation. Featuring sculptural carved book arts and installation art to avant-garde paper couture fashion, and examining the work of artists such as Jen Stark and Nikki McClure, this is an essential guide to one of the most fundamental, versatile but often overlook materials.
Sixty Days and Counting Kim Stanley Robinson 2007-02-27 By the time Phil Chase is elected president, the world’s climate is far on its way to irreversible change. Food scarcity, housing shortages, diminishing medical care, and vanishing species are just some of the consequences. The erratic winter the Washington, D.C., area is experiencing is another grim reminder of a global weather pattern gone haywire: bone-chilling cold one day, balmy weather the next. But the president-elect remains optimistic and doesn’t intend to give up without a fight. A maverick in every sense of the word, Chase starts organizing the most ambitious plan to save the world from disaster since FDR–and assembling a team of top scientists and advisers to implement it. For Charlie Quibler, this means reentering the political fray full-time and giving up full-time care of his young son, Joe. For Frank Vanderwal, hampered by a brain injury, it means trying to protect the woman he loves from a vengeful ex and a rogue “black ops” agency not even the president can control–a task for which neither Frank’s work at the National Science Foundation nor his study of Tibetan Buddhism can prepare him. In a world where time is running out as quickly as its natural resources, where surveillance is almost total and freedom nearly nonexistent, the forecast for the Chase administration looks darker each passing day. For as the last–and most terrible–of natural disasters looms on the horizon, it will take a miracle to stop the clock . . . the kind of miracle that only dedicated men and women can bring about.
Gas Dynamics E. Rathakrishnan 2004-08
A Book of Middle English J. A. Burrow 2013-04-03 This essential Middle English textbook, now in its third edition,introduces students to the wide range of literature written inEngland between 1150 and 1400. New, thoroughly revised edition of this essential MiddleEnglish textbook. Introduces the language of the time, giving guidance onpronunciation, spelling, grammar, metre, vocabulary and regionaldialects. Now includes extracts from ‘Pearl’ andChaucer’s ‘Troilus and Criseyde’. Bibliographic references have been updated throughout. Each text is accompanied by detailed notes.
The Jerusalem windows Marc Chagall 1967 Lower-priced edition of the original book published by Braziller in 1962. The volume explains as well as illustrates the story of the creation of the windows. For other editions, see Author Catalog.
Ninpo Secrets Allie Alberigo 1992
Studies in the Harley Manuscript Consortium for the Teaching of the Middle Ages 2000 Sixteen papers examine the authorship, themes and social context of the Harley manuscript (British Library MS Harley 2253).
The Toaster Project Thomas Thwaites 2012-03-20 "Hello, my name is Thomas Thwaites, and I have made a toaster." So begins The Toaster Project, the author's nine-month-long journey from his local appliance store to remote mines in the UK to his mother's backyard, where he creates a crude foundry. Along the way, he learns that an ordinary toaster is made up of 404 separate parts, that the best way to smelt metal at home is by using a method found in a fifteenth-century treatise, and that plastic is almost impossible to make from scratch. In the end, Thwaites's homemade toaster—a haunting and strangely beautiful object—cost 250 times more than the toaster he bought at the store and involved close to two thousand miles of travel to some of Britain's remotest locations. The Toaster Project may seem foolish, even insane. Yet, Thwaites's quixotic tale, told with self-deprecating wit, helps us reflect on the costs and perils of our cheap consumer culture, and in so doing reveals much about the organization of the modern world.
Pursuing History Ralph Hanna 1996 This volume argues through a series of selected local studies, for the importance of "textual criticism" as a fundamental act of historical interpretation and recovery, pointing out the need for attention to the physical bearers of our knowledge of the English Middle Ages, the books themselves, and the ignored and alienating features of manuscript culture. The book begins with three essays that seek to problematize medieval book production, to show the procedure as more a fluid and emergent than a foreplanned process. The following two essays provide theoretical statements about the textual uses of manuscripts.
Hoyle's Rules of Games Philip D. Morehead 2001 Provides rules, strategies, and odds for card, indoor, and computer games.
Origami for Kids Mila Bertinetti Montevecchi 2019-03-12 This fun and creative origami kit for children aged 5-7 features 20 fascinating projects and 100 sheets of quality origami paper for hours of folding fun. Fold lines are printed right on the illustrations, and each activity includes a QR code link to a video tutorial.
Little Whale Jo Weaver 2018-01-11 Told through the eyes of a whale and her calf, this mesmerisingly beautiful book is a story of migration, family and the strength of parental love. And a celebration of the wonders of nature. "We're going on a long journey, Little Whale," sang her mother. "We're going home." Travelling from the warm weather of the south, through fragile coral reefs, kelp forests and glittering shoals of fish, Little Whale follows her mother to the icy north. With her mother guiding and protecting her all the way home. With atmospheric charcoal drawings and gentle, lyrical storytelling, Little Whale is perfect for sharing with your little one. "Evocative charcoal drawings bring the underwater world to stunning life; fans of Blue Planet will be mesmerised." The Bookseller Also by Jo Weaver: Little One, Little Tigers
Fifty Degrees Below Kim Stanley Robinson 2005-10-25 Set in our nation’s capital, here is a chillingly realistic tale of people caught in the collision of science, technology, and the consequences of global warming. When the storm got bad, Frank Vanderwal was in his office at the National Science Foundation. When it was over, large chunks of San Diego had eroded into the sea, and D.C. was underwater. Everything Frank and his colleagues feared had culminated in this disaster. And now the world was looking to them to fix it. But even as D.C. bails itself out, a more extreme climate change looms. The melting polar ice caps are shutting down the warm Gulf Stream waters—meaning Ice Age conditions could return. And the last time that happened, eleven thousand years ago, it took just three years to start.…
The Complete Harley 2253 Manuscript Susanna Greer Fein 2015-04-01 "The three volumes of MS Harley 2253 present a complete edition and translation of a fourteenth-century English manuscript that contains secular love lyrics, contemporary political songs, religious lyrics, fabliaux, saints' lives, and other literary treasures in Middle English, Anglo-Norman, and Latin. The volumes also offer explanatory and textual notes, indexes of first lines, manuscripts cited, and proper names, and bibliographies." --
The Hardware Hacker Andrew Bunnie Huang 2019-08-27 For over a decade, Andrew "bunnie" Huang, one of the world's most esteemed hackers, has shaped the fields of hacking and hardware, from his cult-classic book Hacking the Xbox to the open-source laptop Novena and his mentorship of various hardware startups and developers. In The Hardware Hacker, Huang shares his experiences in manufacturing and open hardware, creating an illuminating and compelling career retrospective. Huang’s journey starts with his first visit to the staggering electronics markets in Shenzhen, with booths overflowing with capacitors, memory chips, voltmeters, and possibility. He shares how he navigated the overwhelming world of Chinese factories to bring chumby, Novena, and Chibitronics to life, covering everything from creating a Bill of Materials to choosing the factory to best fit his needs. Through this collection of personal essays and interviews on topics ranging from the legality of reverse engineering to a comparison of intellectual property practices between China and the United States, bunnie weaves engineering, law, and society into the tapestry of open hardware. With highly detailed passages on the ins and outs of manufacturing and a comprehensive take on the issues associated with open source hardware, The Hardware Hacker is an invaluable resource for aspiring hackers and makers.
Room 555 Cristy Wilson 2019-01-29 Fourteen-year-old Roonie loves hip-hop almost as much as she loves her grandmother. She cannot wait to compete in her school's dance competition. But as her grandmother's health deteriorates, Roonie becomes more and more reluctant to visit her in the care home. These feelings of guilt and frustration cause Roonie to mess things up with her hip-hop dance partner and best friend, Kira. But while doing some volunteer hours in the hospital geriatric ward, Roonie meets an active senior recovering from a bad fall. Their shared love of dance and the woman's zest for life help Roonie face her fears, make amends with Kira and reconnect with Gram before it’s too late.
Looking for Jake and Other Stories China Miéville 2011-03-04 Step into a London ravaged by unearthly creatures at once utterly alien and chillingly familiar. In China Miéville's award-winning novella 'The Tain', we learn the reason for the invaders' terrible revenge. One survivor must trek through the ruins of the city with a desperate plan to stand against their assault. In addition to 'The Tain', this superb collection contains thirteen short stories, of visionary cityscapes and urban paranoia, ghosts, monsters and impossible diseases. Several of the stories are published here for the first time: these include one set in New Crobuzon, the location of the award-winning series of novels that began with Perdido Street Station; and one in comic-strip form, illustrated by top graphic artist Liam Sharp. Looking for Jake and Other Stories displays the sheer imaginative scope of China Miéville's work.
A Letter to the People of England Robert Seagrave 1735
Cyclonopedia Reza Negarestani 2008 At once a horror fiction, a work of speculative theology, an atlas of demonology, a political samizdat and a philosophic grimoire, CYCLONOPEDIA is a theory-fiction on the Middle East as a living entity. Negarestani bridges contemporary politics and the War on Terror with the archeologies of the Middle East and the natural history of the Earth.
Ancient and Modern Rome George Keate 1760
Libraries Abroad United States Information Agency 1992
Art of the Duel Shawn Carman 2007-06-01 "Set... focus... Strike!" A samurai of Rokugan who does not thrill to these words is no samurai at all, and would do well to abandon his swords by the side of the road. Dueling captures many important facets of a samurai's life: skill with a blade, moral and physical courage, personal honor and loyalty to family and clan. It is an experience which compresses his existence to its essence... his entire being summed up in a single instant of perfect action.
Genetics, Syndromes, and Communication Disorders Robert J. Shprintzen 1997 To stay current with their profession, speech-language, and hearing clinicians and students must have a strong working knowledge of genetic disorders and their associated symptoms. Dr. Shprintzen's comprehensive manual provides a clear, understandable overview of human genetics and the modes of inheritance directly related to communicative disorders, as well as the proper methodology taking a detailed medical, behavioral, and genetic history for diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis. TEXTBOOK
Work of the United States Forest Service 1939
Russian San Francisco Lydia B. Zaverukha 2009-12-01 Even before San Francisco was founded as a city, Russian visitors, explorers, and scientists sailed to the area and made contact with both the indigenous people and representatives of the Spanish government. Although the Russian commercial colony of Fort Ross closed in 1842, the Russian presence in San Francisco continued and the community expanded to include churches, societies, businesses, and newspapers. Some came seeking opportunity, while others were fleeing religious or political persecution. In the 1920s, San Franciscoas Russian population grew exponentially as refugees of the Russian Revolution and civil war arrived, and by the 1950s, a vibrant and culturally rich Russian A(c)migrA(c) community was thriving in San Francisco. Today the 75,000 Russian speakers who live in the San Francisco Bay Area continue to pass on their heritage to their children.

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