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Doctor Who Scales Of Injustice

Author : Gary Russell
ISBN : 9781448142453
Genre : Fiction
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When a boy goes missing and a policewoman starts drawing cave paintings, the Doctor suspects the Silurians are back. With the Brigadier distracted by questions about UNIT funding and problems at home, the Doctor swears his assistant Liz Shaw to secrecy and investigates alone. But Liz has enquiries of her own, teaming up with a journalist to track down people who don’t exist. What is the mysterious Glasshouse, and why is it so secret? As the Silurians wake from their ancient slumber, the Doctor, Liz and the Brigadier are caught up in a conspiracy to exploit UNIT’s achievements – a conspiracy that reaches deep into the heart of the British Government. An adventure featuring the Third Doctor, as played by Jon Pertwee, his companion Liz Shaw and UNIT
Category: Fiction

Scales Of Injustice

Author : Gary Russell
ISBN : 9781849907804
Genre : Fiction
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The Doctor, the Brigadier, and Liz Shaw all get caught up in a conspiracy that goes all the way to the heart of the British government.
Category: Fiction

Doctor Who Guide 1 3

Author : compiled from Wikipedia pages and published by Dr Googelberg
ISBN : 9781291079814
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Franklin Park Tragedy The A Forgotten Story Of Racial Injustice In New Jersey

Author : Brian Armstrong
ISBN : 9781467143585
Genre : History
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On March 1, 1894, two African American men broke into a home in rural Franklin Park and murdered a white woman and her daughter before her husband fought and killed the attackers. The newspapers called it the "Franklin Park Tragedy," and the story captivated public attention nationally and abroad. Another tragedy came afterward, with the racist forced expulsion of many local African American residents. Author Brian Armstrong tells the shocking story of this "sundown town" and how it evolved into the diverse community that exists today.
Category: History

Laughing Matters

Author : Sharon May
ISBN : 9781598587869
Genre : Humor
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"I think my mom must have skipped her prenatal vitamins the day my fetal chromosomes for domesticity were forming. The only thing domestic about me is that I'm housebroken - usually." Introducing Sharon May, who dedicates her weekly humor column to the idea that Laughing Matters. In every column, she invites us to roll with life's punches by joining her in laughing at ourselves and the zany world we live in. For ten years, Sharon has been entertaining Southern Utah newspaper readers with her hilarious accounts of everyday life. She delivers the grins in such common experiences as assembling furniture with directions that begin, "Align Dowel D-3 with Hole H-26 in Door B"; fighting thighs the size of grain silos; pulling out a tree root obviously wound around the earth's core; misplacing eyeglasses in the microwave; and operating complicated technology such as toenail clippers. And then there was that time she tried to weigh her head in the grocery store produce scale ... Sharon's hilarious mishaps and uniquely worded observations reveal a screwball world that every reader will recognize at once. She takes the mundane and makes us laugh at her foibles and misadventures, which are our own as well, no matter who we are. SHARON MAY has been a humor columnist since 1998. She has been a middle-school, high-school and college English teacher for even more years, and did a two-year stint as managing editor of a weekly newspaper. She grew up in the suburbs of Los Angeles but has lived the last decade in Hurricane, Utah, from where she launches her adventures into the Southwest. Laughing Matters is her second book. She can be contacted at [email protected]
Category: Humor

Courts Of Injustice

Author : Israel Putnam Callison
ISBN : UOM:39015030797693
Genre : Courts
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Category: Courts

India Today

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ISBN : UOM:39015078211243
Genre : India
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Category: India

Medical Economics

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ISBN : UCAL:B3330019
Genre : Medical economics
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Category: Medical economics

Der Wille Zum Sinn

Author : Viktor E. Frankl
ISBN : 3492212387
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The Gender Trap

Author : Carol Adams
ISBN : UCSC:32106005851883
Genre : Social Science
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Investigates the effects of feminine and masculine gender
Category: Social Science

Drawing And Illustration

Author : John Moranz
ISBN : 9780486132624
Genre : Art
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Utilizing as few words as possible but presenting a tremendous variety and volume of illustrations, this all-in-one guide details the fundamentals of drawing in its various phases and fields.
Category: Art

Roget S International Thesaurus 7th Edition

Author : Barbara Ann Kipfer
ISBN : 0061715220
Genre : Reference
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A classic reference book that has been used by millions all over the world, Roget’s International Thesaurus is the product of more than a century and a half of continual expansion, reorganization, and improvement. Today this book is not only the most time-tested and bestselling thesaurus ever, but, newly revised, it is also the most up-to-date and comprehensive reflection of the English language as it is currently used. The revolutionary achievement of Dr. Peter Mark Roget’s first edition in 1852 was the development of a brand-new principle: the arrangement of words and phrases according to their meanings. Dr. Roget’s system brings together in one place all the terms associated with a single thought or concept; it allows a wide-ranging survey of language within a book of relatively modest size, without the space-consuming repetitions that so severely limit the scope of thesauruses arranged in a dictionary format with A-to-Z entries. This brilliant organization makes Roget’s International Thesaurus both the most efficient word finder and a cutting-edge aid in stimulating thought, organizing ideas, and writing and speaking more clearly and effectively. This revised and updated seventh edition features thousands of new words and phrases, including the newest slang words and expressions that color and inform everyday language. At the same time, it retains all the hallmarks that have made Roget’s International Thesaurus the most popular word reference book next to the dictionary.
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Weekend Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015034624026
Genre : India
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Moscow In The Making

Author : Ernest Simon
ISBN : 9781317609827
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 73.77 MB
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This book, published in 1937, reported on a four week visit to Moscow in 1936 to study the making of Moscow as a showpiece Soviet capital. At its core was the 1935 General Plan for the Reconstruction of Moscow but the book was a study of planning in the Soviet rather than the Western sense. Thus it covered many aspects of the city’s social and economic life including industry and finance, education and housing production as well as governance and town planning. Much first hand detail is included, based on the visit and the authors’ meetings with Soviet officials and citizens that illustrate various points, usually in praise. The book made a significant contribution towards the growing arguments in 1930s Britain and other parts of the Anglophone world for a bolder, more comprehensive and more state-led approach to planning. In turn these arguments had an important impact in shaping the policies adopted in the 1940s.
Category: Architecture

Devoted To Death

Author : R. Andrew Chesnut
ISBN : 9780199912889
Genre : Social Science
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R. Andrew Chesnut offers a fascinating portrayal of Santa Muerte, a skeleton saint whose cult has attracted millions of devotees over the past decade. Although condemned by mainstream churches, this folk saint's supernatural powers appeal to millions of Latin Americans and immigrants in the U.S. Devotees believe the Bony Lady (as she is affectionately called) to be the fastest and most effective miracle worker, and as such, her statuettes and paraphernalia now outsell those of the Virgin of Guadalupe and Saint Jude, two other giants of Mexican religiosity. In particular, Chesnut shows Santa Muerte has become the patron saint of drug traffickers, playing an important role as protector of peddlers of crystal meth and marijuana; DEA agents and Mexican police often find her altars in the safe houses of drug smugglers. Yet Saint Death plays other important roles: she is a supernatural healer, love doctor, money-maker, lawyer, and angel of death. She has become without doubt one of the most popular and powerful saints on both the Mexican and American religious landscapes.
Category: Social Science

The Christian Tradition In English Literature

Author : Paul Cavill
ISBN : 9780310861355
Genre : Religion
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Features:• Wide chronological coverage of English literature, especially texts found in the Norton, Oxford, Blackwell and other standard anthologies• Short, punchy essays that engage with the texts, the critics, and literary and social issues• Background and survey articles• Glossaries of Bible themes, images and narratives• Annotated bibliography and questions for class discussion or personal reflection• Scholarly yet accessible, jargon-free approach – ideal for school and university students, book groups and general readersCreated for readers who may be unfamiliar with the Bible, church history or theological development, it offers an understanding of Christianity’s key concepts, themes, images and characters as they relate to English literature up to the present day.
Category: Religion