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Darts Beginning To End

Author : George Silberzahn
ISBN : 1465316620
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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“Your techniques have given me the tools to become the best player I can be.” Joe Everett (aka: dart face) New York City “Certainly from reading the additional information in George's book (a must for all dart players’) I now understand and feel when my stroke is good and bad and also I'm in a position where I am able to correct it if the first dart thrown is poor.” Antony Sharrett (aka: Tanman) Harrogate, England “I know it's working for me because now what feels like a bad night would have been considered a great night 6 months ago.” Mark Kelly (aka: Drac0) Australia “I have never felt more controlled and focused with my darts. The drills, the reading material, all of it are a huge help.” Greg Kanes (aka: P-man) S. Africa “The way George writes makes you wanna read it.” Davin Burgess, (aka: davin) Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Ultimate Book Of Darts

Author : Anne Kramer
ISBN : 9781626365261
Genre : Games & Activities
File Size : 24.51 MB
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Share in the euphoria that comes of the “kill shot” by learning the skills and techniques required to play a great game of darts. From the history of the sport to choosing the right type of equipment, The Ultimate Book of Darts is written in an accessible style that is perfect for both novices and seasoned professionals. Dart throwing is now a global phenomenon with new players emerging every day. This amazing sport demands remarkable precision and an agile mind from its competitors. Learn the rules for playing team games and tips for improving your score and ability for more advanced competitions. Author Anne Kramer focuses on the mechanics of dart throwing by discussing the pros and cons of various stances, such as toes square to the line versus one foot behind the other. This guide emphasizes good form over accuracy. If you develop good form, the accuracy will follow. Aside from mechanics this book also discusses the necessary equipment from types of darts to board materials, dimensions, and mounting. Whether you’re an expert marksman who competes in a pub league or a guy who just enjoys throwing sharp objects, this is the go-to guide to a longstanding and fun tradition.
Category: Games & Activities

Poison Darts

Author : Russ Finley
ISBN : 9780974293813
Genre : Biodiversity conservation
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The first part of the book is a fictional story about a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting nature preserves around the world; the second part of the book is a collection of essays on the subjects of nature, human nature, evolutionary biology, and biodiversity.
Category: Biodiversity conservation

American Darts Organization Book Of Darts Updated And Revised

Author : Chris Carey
ISBN : 9781461748793
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The American Darts Organization Book of Darts has been thoroughly updated and revised for the benefit of the growing ranks of dart players. Darts continues to be among the fastest-growing sports in the world, and this is the book to introduce anyone to the joys of the game. It is estimated that there are over ten million regular players in the United States alone. The American Darts Organization Book of Darts is your one convenient, clear source for buying darts, tips on play, and the rules of dozens of games. In addition, you'll learn the language of the sport (see glossary) as well as an introduction to websites of interest. This edition has been entirely rewritten and revised with new material throughout, including a new chapter, Tips from the Professionals, in which top-ranked professionals Stacy Bromberg and Steve Brown offer insights on their individual successes and sound advice on mechanics, equipment, and practice. For its size and price, this remarkably inclusive little book deserves a place next to every dartboard.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Primitive Technology

Author : Society of Primitive Technology
ISBN : 0879059117
Genre : Nature
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"Primitive Technology: A Boiok of earth Skills is a sharing of ideas - the philosophies, the history, and the personal stories by the authorities on primitive technology from the pages of The Bulletin of Primitive Technology. Included are instructions for creating fire and tools of wood, stone, and bone, as well as fiber adhesives, projectiles, art, and music."--Back cover.
Category: Nature

Economic Benefits Of Coordinating Human Service Transportation And Transit Services

Author : Jon E. Burkhardt
ISBN : 9780309087650
Genre : Intergovernmental cooperation
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Examines the net economic benefits associated with various strategies and practices for coordinating human service transportation and general public transit, provides quantitative estimates for these strategies and practices, and identifies innovative and promising coordination strategies and practices.
Category: Intergovernmental cooperation

Annual Report

Author : Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology
ISBN : CHI:096574437
Genre : America
File Size : 81.27 MB
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Category: America

Annual Reports

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ISBN : NYPL:33433081678546
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Singer Sewing Book

Author : Mary Brooks Picken
ISBN : UIUC:30112101477179
Genre : Sewing
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Category: Sewing

The Art Of Darts

Author : John Lowe
ISBN : 9781444780062
Genre : Games & Activities
File Size : 59.84 MB
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Can't hit the doubles? Got a bad case of dartitis? Want to stick it in the bull every time? You've come to the right place. THE ART OF DARTS is three-time World Champion John Lowe's darts master class that caters for every level of player, from the obsessed amateur to the fledgling professional, and reveals the secrets of his three decades experience at the pinnacle of the sport. Every conceivable aspect of the game is covered, from choosing the right grip, darts and practice routines to suit you, constructing out shots, perfecting your stance at the oche to tips on how to cope with the pressure of a sold out, noisy arena in your first professional match. Whether you want to improve your game wholesale or simply fine tune some misbehaving aspects, THE ART OF DARTS is essential for every darts player, fan or enthusiast and is well set to becoming the classic darts text.
Category: Games & Activities

Love And Darts

Author : Nath Jones
ISBN : 9781937316006
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 44.23 MB
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You'll be entranced by these twenty-four stories as Nath Jones finds her way into this fun and biting life. She conducts you from the kaleidoscopic moment when a toddler loses her innocence to the last breath an old man takes in a rowboat at sunrise.
Category: Fiction

Fiery Darts Satan S Weapon Of Choice

Author : Janet Warren Lane
ISBN : 9781936989225
Genre : Religion
File Size : 45.61 MB
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Janet Warren Lane has been a Christian for 54 years, a school teacher for 15 years, a minister's wife for 33 years, a mother of four grown and married children who are all involved in ministry and/or missions, and a grandmother of 8 and counting! For most of that time she was unaware of Satan's most formidable weapon used against Christians - Fiery Darts. Since becoming aware of this weapon, Satan's motives for using it, and how to wield the power of God's Word against it, Janet's release from years of captivity has been wondrously secured.Most people agree that negative thinking can have a debilitating effect on a person's life. But just knowing this does little to help combat such thinking. By comparing negative thinking to the weapon of fiery darts, Janet exposes the weapon and the tactics used by Satan to manipulate. After the weapon and its tactics are exposed, detailed instructions are given as to how to counter-attack and live life free from the bondage negative thinking can impose.
Category: Religion

Religion Language Narrative And The Search For Meaning

Author : Anthony Campbell
ISBN : 9781409284482
Genre :
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This is a book about religion from a secular standpoint which nevertheless takes its subject seriously. Anthony Campbell is a medical doctor who has long been interested in religion and spirituality and has written several books about it in the last 30-odd years, including the first detailed examination of the philosophical ideas underlying Transcendental Meditation (Seven States of Consciousness, published in 1973). He has also made a study of the Persian heretical Islamic sect known in the West as the Assassins (The Assassins of Alamut, available from Lulu). In 2008 he published a personal account, in Totality Beliefs and the Religious Imagination, also available from Lulu, of his own gradual abandonment of the search for religiouatruth. The present book looks at a number of attempts to explain the existence of religious belief and concludes that religion will probablyalways appear naturally in human consciousness because of the way in which our minds have evolved.

Guide To Modern Clothing

Author : Mary Mark Sturm
ISBN : CORNELL:31924003593823
Genre : Beauty, Personal
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Category: Beauty, Personal

Blunt Darts

Author : Jeremiah Healy
ISBN : 9789049984755
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 53.61 MB
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Cuddy looks for a brilliant missing boy whose family doesn’t want him found John Cuddy’s heart is buried in a cemetery overlooking Boston harbor. His wife, Beth, fought her cancer for nearly a year, and when she died Cuddy gave up his morning runs in favor of nightly benders. Two months after her death, he is forced out of his job as an insurance investigator for refusing to sign his name to a phony claim. Now he is filing for unemployment, cutting back on his drinking, and attempting to become a private eye. His first real case comes in the form of Valerie Jacobs, a junior high teacher who was friends with Beth. Her star pupil, the son of a Massachusetts judge, has vanished, and the local police have no leads. To make his name as a detective, Cuddy searches for a boy who’s too smart to be found, and whose father would prefer his son never return.
Category: Fiction