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Making Tracks

Author : Dennis C. Benson
ISBN : 0687230500
Genre : Religion
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The author presents a series of reflections and Biblical paraphrases which have enriched his life while running.
Category: Religion

Making Tracks

Author : Charlie Gillett
ISBN : 0285628313
Genre : Popular music
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Category: Popular music

Making Tracks

Author : Peter Whiley
ISBN : 0646415670
Genre : Lincolnshire (England)
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Category: Lincolnshire (England)

Making Tracks

Author : Ed Claessen
ISBN : 1592984274
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Ford is to automobile what Best is to tractors. Making Tracks: C.L. Best and the Caterpillar Tractor Co. is a complete picture of Clarence Leo Best and why he was driven to live up to his name—Best. Read about the little-known history of the name behind the success of the historical California company, the Caterpillar Tractor Co. Best's life was varied and intriguing; designing and building tractors, raising cattle, fistfights in the boardroom, lawsuits and hostile takeovers, and mining gold were a few of the experiences that punctuate the chapters of this brilliant life. Ultimately, Best's improvements to the track-type tractor concept allowed the Caterpillar Tractor Co. to become the world's road builder and so much more. This story follows Best through his life, from working for his father through starting and operating his own company to being chairman of the board for the Caterpillar Tractor Co. for twenty six years. To complete the profile of the man as well as the entrepreneur, the authors interviewed Best's only son and were granted access to countless family photos and records.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Making Tracks 2020 Yearly And Weekly Planner For Railway Modelers

Author : Loco Craft Press
ISBN : 167085664X
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The fine art of railway modelling (or model railroading) is, by all accounts, on the increase. Anyone who indulges knows this is not just about watching trains go by... It's the creation of, (often), complex networks of connectivity. Like all artists, railway modellers are passionate about their work, a passion often verging on the obsessive. So here's the perfect gift to let them know you understand... even if you don't... 6 x 9inch (15.24cm x 22.86cm) dimensions. 110 pages. Contains full year calendars 2020 and 2021. Interior contains seven days per page for easy scanning and scheduling. The stylish cover has an achingly cool matte finish. High quality crisp white paper, sturdy to prevent ink bleed-through. Good for pen or pencil. For home or office, school or college. This edition contains full UK holidays and noteworthy dates so you'll never forget Mother's Day, nor when to change the clocks.... Did you even know that May Day is not May Day in 2020, but VE Day, and has moved from Monday to Friday..? US version, with federal holidays, is also available. Click 'Buy' at the top of the page and start owning your 2020 journey.

Making Tracks

Author : Iain Docherty
ISBN : 9780429834646
Genre : Social Science
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First published in 1999, this book contains case studies of rail transport policy-making in two UK Passenger Transport Authority areas and reviews the factors informing such policy-making. It contributes to transport geography by explaining why the actual policies implemented in Starthclyde and Merseyside were pursued, and to the continuing development of the political science theory of ‘the urban policy regime’ by analysing the differences in policy development attributable to the different ‘city-regional’ (Strathclyde) and ‘public choice’ (Merseyside) geographical structures of local governance. The book demonstrates that these differences in the spatial organisation of local institutions play a powerful role in determining the operation of the local ‘regime’ of policy-makers, the form of final policy outputs, and the level of public accountability achieved.
Category: Social Science

Making Tracks

Author : Peter Saxton
ISBN : 9781782433323
Genre : Transportation
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Cherished, admired and frequently used as an excuse for lateness, the railways occupy a special place in our hearts. Trains are not just a practical mode of transport, but also a way of tracing our social history over the past 150 years, from technological progress and design to cultural change and the impact they have had on our landscape. Full of facts, trivia and anecdotes, this engaging miscellany looks at the heyday of the railways around the world, chronicling the shift from steam trains to diesel and electric and the challenge of running during two world wars. A broad range of aspects is covered, from the types of trains and services, key people and station architecture, to station pets, accidents and crime, and the depiction of the railways in literature and art. Chock-full of information, this miscellany is perfect for railway enthusiasts, history buffs or those who would like to learn more about this fascinating form of transport that is so often taken for granted.
Category: Transportation

Making Tracks For Jesus

Author : P. A. Cooks
ISBN : 9781434362544
Genre : Religion
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The Cannons of Armageddon is a chilling illustration (64 pages non-fiction, 222 pages fiction) of a very plausable nuclear terrorist attack by al Qaeda and Iran against an America whose government, populaton and electronic infrastructure is currently so unprepared and vunerable that modern technological civilization is destroyed in most of our country.
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Making Tracks

Author : Scott G Gibson
ISBN : 153375294X
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Billy's life has derailed. Although he does well at school, he has no friends and is bullied by the school's chief tormenter, Anthony. His mum, a nurse, is having financial difficulties and often comes home exhausted with a takeaway meal and little time for him. Billy finds comfort in his only friend, who is online, and doesn't even know his real name. Oh, and the wheelchair doesn't really help things either. All he wants is to be accepted and move on with life so he can be happy. Making Tracks is a hopeful story of one boy's struggle to belong in a world that's trying to bring him down.