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The Toll Bridge

Author : Aidan Chambers
ISBN : 9781409012818
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Everyone seems to know best when it comes to Jan's future - but he's still working out for himself who he really is. Jan feels so hemmed in by the pressures of family and friends, he decides to leave home and live alone in the house on the toll bridge. While there, he meets Tess and Adam and their close bond of friendship develops into something which has devastating effects on them all.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Toll Bridge Troll

Author : Patricia Rae Wolff
ISBN : 0152021051
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A fierce troll challenges a smart little boy in this book filled with funny riddles and rebus-like drawings. “The swift, puckish story and its plucky hero will appeal tremendously, especially to the many children inspired to play toll-bridge by The Three Billy Goats Gruff.”--Publishers Weekly
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Now I Know

Author : Aidan Chambers
ISBN : 1862302871
Genre : Belief and doubt
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In Now I know, a body is found hanging. Tom, a young detective, sets out to investigate. Nik is researching for a film about a contemporary life of Jesus when he meets Julie, and they embark on a love affair which will involve a spiritual experience that will change them both for good. Tom and Nik's investigations bring them together in an unexpected climax. In The toll bridge, Jan takes a job to escape the pressure to decide on his future. Living alone in the toll house, he hopes to find out who he really is. Then he meets Tess and Adam, who also face turning points in their lives. For one of them, the experience has a traumatic and devastating result.
Category: Belief and doubt

The Toll Bridge Poetry

Author : Dan Lukiv
ISBN : 1699515158
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Previously published as Over the Shoulder, bibliographic poetry (LukivPress Online, Quesnel, BC, 2007). // An excerpt // Arctic Killer // Polar bear: / Hiding, / With a paw, / Your black nose / (Ingenious) / As you stalk prey. / You're eidolic, / A Portuguese man-of-war, / To the flesh / You eat. // Photographer-pilots / "Captured" you / In your white desert: / Click. / But you, / In an 8 by 10 paradox, / Weren't there, / Like a Hollywood vampire / Without a virtual / Image. // Even infrared fails / To capture you / Who, / Like a black hole, / Harvests solar heat / That black skin / Absorbs. // Ultraviolet film / Exposes you: / A great, / Black amoeba, / As unphotogenic as / The small, / White seals / (They too are / Heat-absorbing miracles) / That you eat. // You stalk men-- / You, / The most beautiful / Of all bears / (Some say)-- / Just as Nimrod / Stalked men / In war-play. // In a zoo-cage / You're adored / By awe-struck children / ("He's so cute!"), // But in the wild, / Face to face, / You're a gargoyle / With teeth / That kill.

Code Of Fair Competition For The Toll Bridge Industry

Author : U. S. National Recovery Administration
ISBN : 0265927579
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Excerpt from Code of Fair Competition for the Toll Bridge Industry: As Approved on May 17, 1934 Sir: The original Code of Fair Competition for the Toll Bridge Industry was submitted on August 10, 1933, b the American Toll Bridge Association, an unincorporated membership society organized in 1932, whose members represent in excess of fifty per cent of the total volume of the Industry. Several revisions Of the Code were made prior to the public hearing, March 14, The Code was revised during recess of this hearing and was submitted in its present form for approval. Every person who requested appearance was properly heard in accordance with the provisions. Of the Act. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Paying The Toll

Author : Louise Nelson Dyble
ISBN : 9780812206883
Genre : Business & Economics
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Since its opening in 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge has become an icon for the beauty and prosperity of the San Francisco Bay Area, as well as a symbol of engineering achievement. Constructing the bridge posed political and financial challenges that were at least as difficult as those faced by the project's builders. To meet these challenges, northern California boosters created a new kind of agency: an autonomous, self-financing special district. The Golden Gate Bridge and Highway District developed into a powerful organization that shaped the politics and government of the Bay Area as much as the bridge shaped its physical development. From the moment of the bridge district's incorporation in 1928, its managers pursued their own agenda. They used all the resources at their disposal to preserve their control over the bridge, cultivating political allies, influencing regional policy, and developing an ambitious public relations program. Undaunted by charges of mismanagement and persistent efforts to turn the bridge (as well as its lucrative tolls) over to the state, the bridge district expanded into mass transportation, taking on ferry and bus operations to ensure its survival to this day. Drawing on previously unavailable archives, Paying the Toll gives us an inside view of the world of high-stakes development, cronyism, and bureaucratic power politics that have surrounded the Golden Gate Bridge since its inception.
Category: Business & Economics