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The Fundamentals Of Flying Trapeze

Author : Alastair Pilgrim
ISBN : 1479329797
Genre : Aerialists
File Size : 66.47 MB
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From the founder of, this book illustrates the fundamental principles, techniques and equipment of Flying Trapeze. With hundreds of clear and simple diagrams illustrating tricks gathered from trapeze schools around the world, this is an invaluable reference guide for the recreational trapeze artist.
Category: Aerialists

Discovering Flying Trapeze

Author : Alastair Pilgrim
ISBN : 151979858X
Genre :
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Flying Trapeze has exploded in popularity as a recreational activity in recent years with over 200 schools, clubs and resorts now open on six continents. Whether you are a complete beginner or a regular flyer, this book will accompany you from your very first swing, through a series of skill progressions (including over 50 different tricks and catches), right up to advanced somersaulting tricks and flying out-of-lines. The book is illustrated with hundreds of clear and simple step-by-step diagrams explaining basic concepts, fundamental techniques, useful training tips and common problems. You'll learn everything you need to know as you arrive for your class, right from learning your trick on the practice bar, to climbing the ladder, leaving the board and making a catch. You'll also discover the roles of the instructors you will meet and learn how to use the safety equipment such as the safety net and the safety lines. The book also covers a variety of topics that will become relevant as you start to practice more regularly and at a more advanced level, such as helping out on the platform, performing in Flying Trapeze shows, using hand grips and understanding catch timings. Written by Alastair Pilgrim, the founder of, and including contributions fromTim Cayrol, an experienced performing-arts physiotherapist, this book is an invaluable tool for the recreational trapeze artist. This book is most suitable for beginner and intermediate level flying trapeze enthusiasts. For a more advanced book, check out 'The Fundamentals of Flying Trapeze'.

Flying Trapeze Logbook

Author : Alastair Pilgrim
ISBN : 1497570492
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 89.77 MB
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This logbook, from the founder of, has been specifically designed with the amateur flying trapeze enthusiast in mind and allows you to record your experiences in a simple structured format. You can use it to track your progress and to note down your achievements, coaching tips and catch timings for future reference.
Category: Performing Arts

The Daring Young Man On The Flying Trapeze

Author : William Saroyan
ISBN : 9780811225335
Genre : Fiction
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Saroyan’s debut collection of stories. A timeless selection of brilliant short stories that won William Saroyan a position among the foremost, most widely popular writers of America when it first appeared in 1934.With the greatest of ease William Saroyan flew across the literary skies in 1934 with the publication of The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze and Other Stories. One of the first American writers to describe the immigrant experience in the U.S., Saroyan created characters who were Armenians, Jews, Chinese, Poles, Africans, and the Irish. The title story touchingly portrays the thoughts of a very young writer, dying of starvation. All of the tales were written during the great depression and reflect, through pathos and humor, the mood of the nation in one of its greatest times of want.
Category: Fiction

Catalog Of Copyright Entries

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
ISBN : STANFORD:36105006357573
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The Flying Tigers

Author : Braxton Eisel
ISBN : UCSD:31822036290435
Genre : Government publications
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Product Description: They volunteered. For a variety of reasons-patriotic, altruistic, mercenary, or just "for the hell of it"--Nearly three hundred U.S. servicemen and a couple of female nurses volunteered to fight a war in a place they knew little about. Recruited at military bases around the country, the members of the American Volunteer Group (AVG) set off for the unknown in the summer and fall of 1941. While U.S. support for the Allied cause was growing at a steady pace, most Americans still felt distanced from the conflict enveloping Europe and Asia and did not want to go to war. At the highest levels of the government, however, entering the war appeared inevitable. The AVG was one way of gaining experience in this vicious war, while increasing support for the nations fighting the Axis powers. Despite incredible odds against them from numerically superior Japanese forces and a near complete lack of supply and replacement parts, they took the first successful fight to the Japanese during a time of Japan's unrelenting successes. It was not pretty, and their legend has eclipsed the reality, but the reality of the AVG is still an amazing story. Led by Claire Lee Chennault, they made history.
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Trade Stocks And Commodities With The Insiders

Author : Larry Williams
ISBN : 9781118046258
Genre : Business & Economics
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"The way that Big Money got to be Big Money was by also being the 'Smart Money', and so it is worth paying attention to how the Big Money traders behave. That's the essence of what Larry Williams has to teach us in this book. And it's not just what the Smart Money says or thinks, but how they behave in terms of their trading that we should pay attention to. Larry shows us how to listen to that message." —Tom McClellan, Editor of The McClellan Market Report "Finally, an insider's take on what really goes on behind the scenes in commodity trading. Larry writes his view of trading, as only he knows it, from his twenty-five years of experience." —James Altucher, author of Trade Like a Hedge Fund Successful trader Larry Williams reveals industry secrets that help investors and traders successfully invest and trade side-by-side with the largest commercial interests in the world. You'll be introduced to the COT (Commitment of Traders) report, the best resource for achieving trading success, learn exactly what the information it contains means, and plan for maximizing profits by acting on reported actions.
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After Thirty Years The Daring Young Man On The Flying Trapeze

Author : William Saroyan
ISBN : UOM:39015002755380
Genre : American essays
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The complete text of "The daring young man on the flying trapeze and other stories", and reflections on the author's thirty years as a writer.
Category: American essays

Catalog Of Copyright Entries

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
ISBN : UOM:39015039566545
Genre : American drama
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Chennault And The Flying Tigers

Author : Anna Chennault
ISBN : UOM:39015046813492
Genre : Chennault, Claire Lee
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A wife's tribute to the man who led the daring surprise raid on Tokoyo during World War II.
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Elisabeth S Gift

Author : John Psarouthakis
ISBN : 9781465324078
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This book chronicles the story of an orphan raised by a wise, loving and caring lady called Elisabeth, who recognized his talent and developed in him the essential qaulities of discipline and character that turned virtue into accomplishment. Even though she could not read or write, readers will find Elisabeth a uniquely wise woman whose guidance and influences created the foundations that helped the author overcome challenges and adversity in life and live up to changes as they happened. Right up to the last page this volume shows that change and opportunity can be dealt with wisely. In a touching, inspirational memoir, Psarouthakis looks back at his unforgettable journey and pays tribute to this extraordinary woman his Aunt Elizabeth. Elisabeths Gift Reader Reviews "First, (the) book is extraordinary. I got it primarily to learn about a time in Crete that I have only heard in broad generalities. You do that very well and I can now better understand and visualize what actually happened at that time. I had no idea what you personally went through. Your descriptions make the moment come alive and they are emotional for the reader. It is an exceptional experience." --Andrew Manatos Former Assistant Secretary of Commerce, Carter Administration President, Manatos and Manatos, Washington D.C. Elisabeths Gift is a book that one does not leaf through it easily. Every page requires your attention. It wants to talk to you, to narrate an entire life --Archbishop (late) of North and South American Iakovos This book tells the story of his (John Psarouthakis) early life. It is the chronicle of an orphan raised by a wise and loving Aunt Elisabeth who recognized his great ability-and developed in him the qualities of disciple and character that turned nobility into accomplishment. --Professor Paul E. Gray President and Chairman (ret), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Category: Family & Relationships

The Nation

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105006753417
Genre : United States
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ISBN : UCR:31210017203520
Genre : California
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The Everyday Living Approach To Teaching Elementary Science

Author : John Martin Scott
ISBN : UOM:49015000490186
Genre : Science
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This 275-page book contains over 600 activities, designed to present scientific concepts from a practical perspective, for students in kindergarten through grade 8. Each demonstration provides step-by-step directions and a list of household materials needed. The book contains 18 chapters which range from 'Establishing the Importance of Gravity' to 'Increasing Our Knowledge of Light.' Other subject areas include basic chemistry weather and environmental education. JLK, 12-76.
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Aerial Dance

Author : Jayne C. Bernasconi
ISBN : 0736073965
Genre : Performing Arts
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This aerial dance book covers its historical roots and place in the lineage of modern dance with writings from the movers and shakers that helped mould this art form.
Category: Performing Arts