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The Mystique Of Tall Ships

Author : Cy Liberman
ISBN : 0912608285
Genre : Business & Economics
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Category: Business & Economics

Tall Ships 1986

Author : Cy Liberman
ISBN : UOM:39015013037414
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Shows and describes the sailing ships which gathered in New York Harbor on July 4, 1986 for the hundredth anniversary of the Statue of Liberty, and identifies the parts of a ship
Category: Sports & Recreation

Tall Ships

Author : John L. Coombes
ISBN : 9780908988846
Genre : Transportation
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Today, the sixteen square-rigged tall ships that make their home in Australian and New Zealand waters have vastly different backgrounds and are used for a wide variety of purposes. From replica ships like the Bounty and the Endeavour to modern purpose-built sail training vessels like the Spirit of New Zealand, each ship inspires generations of sailors with her unmatched combination of grace and power. Through a combination of lavish photography and insightful text, this book brings to each tall ship the recognition she so richly deserves.
Category: Transportation

Tall Ships Of The World

Author : C. Keith Wilbur
ISBN : UOM:39015011144931
Genre : Sailing ships
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This stem-to-stern exploration of the most magnificent ships to ply the sea offers a wealth of information on the 150-year history of tall ships -- how they were built, how they operate, and what it is like to live and work aboard them.
Category: Sailing ships

Water Based Tourism Sport Leisure And Recreation Experiences

Author : Gayle Jennings
ISBN : 9780750661812
Genre : Business & Economics
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Offers a unique insight into these growing areas of the tourism industry looking at their interaction, market profiles, advantages and their effects on the environment. Gayle Jennings, Griffith University, Australia.
Category: Business & Economics

Bulletin

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ISBN : WISC:89084882901
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Travel Holiday

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105008444890
Genre : Travel
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Category: Travel

The Significance Of The Printed Word In Early America

Author : Julie Hedgepeth Williams
ISBN : 031330923X
Genre : History
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An examination, incorporating research from numerous primary documents, of American colonists' perceptions and opinions about the role of the early American press.
Category: History

All Or Nothing

Author : Meg Maguire
ISBN : 9781460338032
Genre : Fiction
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Disagreements are best settled in the ring—and below the belt… Round 1 In this corner is Jenna Wilinski, who's inherited a rather seedy boxing gym from her estranged father. With it, she can realize her dream of launching an upscale matchmaking business…provided she can take on the very intimidating—and wickedly hot—boxer who stands in her way! Round 2 In the far corner is former pro boxer Mercer Rowley. He's the only who can protect his "home"—even if it is a little run down—from his determined and feisty little opponent. But once the gloves come off, his hands just want to touch her everywhere… Round 3 This matchup is too close to call. But no matter which contender comes out on top, the other is sure to enjoy every minute of it…. Previously published as Making Him Sweat
Category: Fiction

Lands Of In Ko 8 Trilogy

Author : Edward J. Fisher
ISBN : 9781499083828
Genre : Fiction
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Lands of In-Ko-8 Trilogy The planet Earth enveloped Inchoate, a dark-matter world at the birth of the solar system. Each evolved separately but not independently. The civilizations of Inchoate flourished until a disaster flung the world to the Sirius star system where it remained for a millennium. Scientists finally restored Inchoate to its rightful place in the galaxy, but the resulting damage, chaos, and greed led to conflict, confusion, and wars. A few brave leaders of the blue, green, and gray people almost brought order when a totally unexpected visit by star wanderers intervened. A review by Kirkus Discoveries: Fishers complex story of faith, political schemes, death, and science brings characters new and old into the fray, and further explores characters in the strange world of Inchoate. The world of Inchoate is on the brink of disaster, leading scientists to return the dark-matter planet to its former haunt within the planet Earth. The task is made possible via the ingenious travalink, a device that allows near-light transport from one part of the universe to the other. The planets inhabitants are no sooner settled in to their old home, however, before unearthing a finding of great political and religious significanceone that threatens to shake the planet to its core. Fishers keen grasp of science helps create a believable, full-bodied civilization. The lands and characters resemble an odd marriage of J. R. R. Tolkiens Lord of the Rings saga and the more recent Dune novels. The authors descriptions of the various languages of Inchoate, and the background of various civilizations, are reminiscent of Tolkiens seminal work. His characters range from religious leaders to criminals, and like the Dune characters, each gets print time in this tale. Inchoate is a land with a varied, rich history, culled from seemingly real-life examples. The authors sharp attention to detail, in elements from language to food, brings an original sense of realism to the talesometimes it appears more of history book than fiction. A condensed, fast-paced story, whose entertaining intensity will eventually sweep readers away.
Category: Fiction

Outside Sales

Author : Scott Patterson
ISBN : 9781496942098
Genre : Fiction
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Outside Sales is the fourth and final installment of Man’s quest to join the Cosmic Country Club. Join our favorite Tennessee boys as they take off for the stars, moonshine in tow.
Category: Fiction

Air Force One

Author : Kenneth T. Walsh
ISBN : 9781401397913
Genre : Transportation
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From the award-winning chief White House correspondent for U.S. News & World Report comes the definitive history of Air Force One. From FDR's prop-driven Pan Am to the glimmering blue and white jumbo 747 on which George W. Bush travels, the president's plane has captured the public's awe and imagination, and is recognized around the world as a symbol of American power. In this unique book, Kenneth Walsh looks at the decisions that our last 12 presidents made on the plane; the personality traits and peccadilloes they revealed when their guard was down; and the way they each established a distinctive mood aboard that was a reflection of their times, as well as their individual personalities. Based on interviews with four living presidents, scores of past and present White House officials, and staff and crew members of Air Force One, Walsh's book reveals countless fascinating stories of life aboard the "flying White House." It also features descriptions of the food, the decor, the bedrooms, the medical clinic, and much more--as well as remarkable photos of the planes (inside and out) and the presidents.
Category: Transportation

Tobacco Leaf

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ISBN : NYPL:33433008902490
Genre : Tobacco industry
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Category: Tobacco industry