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Green Woodwork

Author : Mike Abbott
ISBN : UCAL:B4580385
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The beauty of working green - or unseasoned wood - is that using traditional skills and a few simple tools you can make anything from a tent peg to a spoon or a Windsor chair. It's healthy, creative, inexpensive and simple to learn. Set up your workshop anywhere and discover the joys of working with wood, not against it.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Facilitating Action Learning A Practitioner S Guide

Author : Pedler, Mike
ISBN : 9780335245970
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 41.64 MB
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Action Learning is based on the simple idea that leaders and managers learn best by working together in a group, helping each other find solutions to real work problems through discussions. Facilitating Action Learning is a clear, concise and straightforward guide to this well-established leadership and management development technique.
Category: Business & Economics

Going With The Grain

Author : Mike Abbott
ISBN : 0954234553
Genre : House & Home
File Size : 56.7 MB
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Category: House & Home

Living Wood

Author : Mike Abbott
ISBN : 0954234561
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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First published in 2002, Living Wood is both a practical manual and an inspirational guide, updating much of the information included in Mike's best-selling book Green Woodwork. Living Wood covers: • Becoming a green woodworke--Mike's story, from playing in the woodlands to owning a share in a woodland in Herefordshire • Buying, managing, and harvesting a woodland; • Developing woodland facilities, including tracks, steps, huts, a barn, a kitchen, and a compost toilet • Setting up a woodland workshop--plans for a shelter and updated designs for a shaving horse, a pole lathe, and other green wood-working tools and devices • Making ladder-back chairs, including cleaving, steam-bending, and techniques for ultra-tight joints without glue • Seating chairs with bark and with cord • A comprehensive list of suppliers, woodland organizations, and books Now in its fourth edition, Living Wood includes a selection of photographs of Mike’s latest workshop at Brookhouse Wood.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Straight Flush

Author : Mike Abbott
ISBN : 1291860789
Genre : Fiction
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Tragedy struck Jake Tordale when his wife was taken from him in a freak car accident. In his devastation he decided to take early retirement and expand his interest in his hobby of photography. His long-time employer Jon was extremely generous in his leaving present, and Jake booked a number of short holidays visiting various destinations enjoyed with his late wife. This culminated in a visit to Kefalonia where he was witness to a cold blooded murder. He encountered a past friend who was a double agent and killer, Anna a CIA agent who recruited him and knew his late brother. His adventures take him to Singapore and Australia, where he meets the beautiful Orchid an undercover Narcotics Officer. He falls in love twice, is left for dead twice, but finally prevails over his arch enemy Tom Gregory who attempts to blackmail the world with contaminated water supplies
Category: Fiction

80s Action Movies On The Cheap

Author : Daniel R. Budnik
ISBN : 9781476626871
Genre : Performing Arts
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The 1980s was the decade when the action film as it’s now known came into being. Nonstop, big-budget excitement became the standard as epic adventures like Raiders of the Lost Ark and The Road Warrior set the tone for the summer blockbusters of Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Chuck Norris. Homages (and ripoffs) made with lesser budgets followed every hit, especially with the advent of direct-to-video releases. Providing detailed commentary on 284 films, this book explores the excitement, audacity and sheer weirdness of ’80s low budget action cinema, from the American Ninja series to dime-a-dozen barbarian pictures to such bargain-basement productions as The Courier of Death, Kill Squad and Samurai Cop.
Category: Performing Arts

American Woodworker

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American Woodworker magazine, A New Track Media publication, has been the premier publication for woodworkers all across America for 25 years. We are committed to providing woodworkers like you with the most accurate and up-to-date plans and information -- including new ideas, product and tool reviews, workshop tips and much, much more.
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Beating The Breaks

Author : Rick Swaine
ISBN : 0786481951
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Few baseball fans are aware of the number of players with disabilities who have succeeded in the majors. Much of this unawareness is due to the affected players themselves who downplay weaknesses and tend to minimize their disabilities, considering them just one of the chinks in the armor that everyone must deal with. More than 20 players who have overcome their disabilities to have major league careers are profiled in this work. The book is divided by type of disability suffered: missing or partially missing limbs or extremities (Jim Abbott, Hugh "One Arm" Daily, Pete Gray, Monty Stratton, Bert Shepard); injured or diseased limbs (Lou Brissie, Whitey Kurowski, Eddie Kazak, Charley Gelbert, Bo Jackson, Dave Dravecky); disfigured extremities (Mordecai "Three Finger" Brown, Charley "Red" Ruffing, Hal Peck, Carlos May, Gil Coan, Jim Mecir); impaired organ function, vision, and hearing (William "Dummy" Hoy, George "Specs" Toporcer, Chick Hafey, Ron Santo, Russ Christopher, Joe Hoerner, John Hiller, Danny Thompson, Walt Bond); and neurological and psychological disorders (Grover Cleveland Alexander, Tony Lazzeri, Jimmy Piersall, Jim Eisenreich).
Category: Sports & Recreation

Computational Hydraulics

Author : Michael B. Abbott
ISBN : UOM:39015047114494
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This is the updated new edition from the founder and inventor of the subject. It provides an account of the principles and a survey of modelling in hydraulic, coastal and offshore engineering.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Outside The Wire

Author : Jim Ross
ISBN : 9780811749916
Genre : History
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Thoughtful, action-packed memoir of one American soldier's combat tour in Vietnam in 1970
Category: History

Boys Life

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Boys' Life is the official youth magazine for the Boy Scouts of America. Published since 1911, it contains a proven mix of news, nature, sports, history, fiction, science, comics, and Scouting.
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Jim Abbott

Author : Rick L. Johnson
ISBN : 0875184596
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A biography of the one-handed pitcher of the California Angels baseball team.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Birds Of The Yukon Territory

Author : Pamela H. Sinclair
ISBN : 9780774844345
Genre : Nature
File Size : 76.74 MB
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The Yukon is a land of remarkable wilderness, diverse ecosystems, and profound beauty. It is also home to a unique assemblage of birds. As of 2002, 288 bird species have been documented in the Yukon, with 223 occurring regularly. They occupy an amazing range of habitats, from the most barren mountain peaks to lush valley bottom forests, and are an integral part of the cultural heritage of Yukon First Nations people. The vast areas of natural habitat with limited road access can make the study of birds challenging, but are key in defining the nature of birding in the Yukon. Birds of the Yukon Territory is the result of a decade-long project initiated to gather and share what is known about the Yukon's birdlife. Lavishly illustrated with 600 colour photographs and 223 hand-drawn bird illustrations, the book presents a wealth of information on bird distribution, migration and breeding chronology, nesting behaviour, and habitat use, and on conservation concerns. Two hundred and eighty-eight species of birds are documented, including 223 regular species, and 65 casual and accidental species. In compiling this meticulously researched volume, the authors consulted over 166,000 records in a database created by the Canadian Wildlife Service, with information dating back to 1861. S ections on birds in Aboriginal culture and history, and bird names in the Yukon First Nations and Inuvialuit languages, enhance the book, as do the numerous easily interpreted charts and graphs. Destined to become a basic reference work on the avifauna of the North, Birds of the Yukon Territory is a must-have for bird enthusiasts and anyone interested in the natural history of the Yukon and the North.
Category: Nature

Greenwood Crafts

Author : Edward Mills
ISBN : 9781847977250
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Britain has a long and rich tradition of woodcrafts and what, since about the 1970s, have been called the 'greenwood crafts'. Greenwood crafts focus on using wood that contains sap and that is easy to work with simple hand tools to produce beautiful and useful products.Discusses all you need to know to get started, including tools, workshops, sourcing wood, making some of your own devices and the characteristics of the various woods. Covers a wide variety of turned and carved items for the house and garden, including kitchen treen and sports equipment. Examines a wide range of greenwood chairs, describes how they are made and highlights the talent and creativity of a number of expert craftspeople in the field. Examines a number of basket-making techniques involving a range of raw materials, form willow to oak via hazel and other hedgerow plants. Considers a range of items for the garden and for agricultural use such as rustic furniture, wood store, shakes, shelters, fences and basic timber framing. Explores the future of greenwood working, takes a look at some of the new ideas emerging from the sector and includes handy hints on running a greenwood business. Few books have been published on the greenwood crafts and this present volume will be welcomed by all those with an interest in country crafts, trees, woodland, woodworking and all matters rural. Superbly illustrated with 380 colour photographs and clear step-by step instructions.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Starbuster

Author : Mike Abbott
ISBN : 9781105335266
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A Battle Is Fought To Be Won

Author : Francis Clifford
ISBN : UCAL:B3295238
Genre : World War, 1939-1945
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Category: World War, 1939-1945

Jim Abbott

Author : Richard Rambeck
ISBN : 156766072X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A biography of the California Angels pitcher who became the first player to make it to the major leagues with only one hand.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Finding The Way Through Water

Author : Roland K Price
ISBN : 9781491895191
Genre : Religion
File Size : 81.18 MB
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Finding the Way through Water explores how water contributes to our understanding of the created world and our Christian beliefs. As an Emeritus Professor and an ordained priest in the Church of England, author Roland Price explores how water features in the Bible. Important at creation, water brings about global catastrophe, enables escape from slavery, ensures survival in the wilderness, prepares people for worship, and sustains warriors and exiles. In the gospels, Jesus turns water into wine, stills the storm, has his feet washed with a woman’s tears, and washes his own disciples’ feet. For the Christians who were the first followers of the Way water was important in baptism and in prophecy. You will be surprised by the extent to which water pervades God’s story in the Bible, and how an understanding of the management of water today can make that story accessible to all. Take a look at familiar stories in the Old and New Testaments from the unfamiliar perspective of water. Learn something about the relationship between the world of the Bible and our modern world. Prepare to be challenged, whether you are a water sector professional, or a Christian wanting to understand more about water in God’s world today. The forty brief chapters make this an ideal book to read and discuss during the forty days of Lent
Category: Religion

The Jazz Discography

Author : Tom Lord
ISBN : UCSD:31822028495828
Genre : Jazz
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Category: Jazz