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Waterford Crystal Irish Brilliance

Author : Sharma Krauskopf
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Genre : Crystal glass
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Sharma Krauskopf began her career after graduation from Purdue University working with disadvantaged populations. She worked her way from direct services to administration of multi-million dollar nonprofit organizations serving people with special needs. She began sharing those experiences through her own company, Innovative Consulting Services (ICS, Inc.) all over the world. The consulting meant endless travel so she gave it up so she could be home closer to her family and began her writing career. One of the advantages of the consulting was it resulted in her falling in love with Scotland where her ancestors were members of the Clan Morrison. She began an e-zine called Scottish Radiance to share Scotland with the world. That e-zine was the number one e-zine for many years in the early days of the Internet and stories from it are still available on the internet. Writing and editing Scottish Radiance brought a publisher to her in 1999 wanting her to write a book entitled Scotland: Complete Guide and Road Atlas. Since that book she has had 28 book printed by publishers in the UK, Ireland and USA. The books include non-fiction, fiction and books for children. Her love for Scotland grew to the point that she and her husband decided to buy a vacation home in Scotland. The first piece of property they looked at was Neist Pointe lighthouse on the Isle of Skye. Even though they were outbid on that property it convinced them lighthouse living was for them. They spent the next nine years looking for a Scottish lighthouse home. They finally bought Eshaness Lighthouse on Scotland's Shetland Island archipelago in the North Sea across from Norway. David A Stevenson a member of the family of the world's best lighthouse builders designed and built it. The search for and living at Eshaness are responsible for her very popular books about lighthouses and her experiences at Eshaness. In 2014 she wrote a screenplay and produces a feature length motion picture with the goal to honor lighthouse keepers entitled Lighthouse Unmanned. That motion picture was filmed in 2015 and will be released in 2016. She began in 2016 she writing screenplays and producing animated motion pictures for children based on her popular children books.
Category: Crystal glass

The Marketing Casebook

Author : Sally Dibb
ISBN : 1861526245
Genre : Business & Economics
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Designed to accompany business school and college marketing courses or for self-tuition in the key concepts in marketing theory, The Marketing Casebook uses fully cross-referenced short and full cases and theory notes to present the key elements of marketing. By looking at the way marketing works in practice, the reader is drawn into the problems and questions that face marketers and managers in their everyday lives. A mix of real world cases and theory summary notes, The Marketing Casebook provides a concise revision-oriented overview of the key marketing concepts, guiding the reader from introductory theory to specialised applications in consumer, industrial and services marketing.
Category: Business & Economics

Waterford Crystal

Author : John M. Hearne
ISBN : 9781785371837
Genre : History
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Waterford Crystal is the first ever fully illustrated history of Ireland's most iconic cut-glass manufacturer, its name synonymous with high-end glassmaking throughout the world. Former Waterford glass cutter and local historian John Hearne explores how the art of glassmaking first arrived in Waterford at the turn of the sixteenth century. Hearne reveals how Waterford Crystal developed as a brand under the guidance of skilled artisans and shrewd business leaders with an eye for ingenuity. Waterford developed a global reputation for quality glass and crystalware that was rocked and buoyed by events that span centuries, including the American Revolutionary war, the World Fair in London, World War Two and the attacks of 9/11. A testament to innovations in design and brilliant marketing strategy, Waterford Crystal also examines the brand's failures - dubious accountancy practices that led to a long and bitter strike in 1990; the avarice and self-aggrandisement that ultimately led to the company's demise in 2009. Preserving the memory and legacy of Waterford Crystal for future generations of glassmaking, Hearne pays tribute to some of the finest artisans Ireland has ever produced, whose passionate devotion prefigured inspired works of art - turning basic ingredients, sand and ash, into objects of aesthetic beauty.
Category: History

Elizabethan

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ISBN : MINN:31951000971490W
Genre : Children's periodicals
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Category: Children's periodicals

Crystals In Art

Author : Lauren Haynes
ISBN : 9781682261118
Genre : Art
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Based on an exhibition organized by Joachim Pissarro and curator of contemporary art at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Lauren Haynes, Crystals in Art: Ancient to Today explores the complex and varied connections between crystal and art throughout the world. Included are both ancient artifacts--such as engraved gems, figurines, and vases--and works from contemporary artists around the world that explore the power of crystal in art by drawing on its form, properties, and mysterious qualities. Featuring more than sixty-five works from ancient Egypt and Greece, through to Rome, China, India, Japan, the Middle East, the Americas, and beyond, this book invites readers to discover how the power of crystal transcends the boundaries of time and space. Taken together, all of these objects illustrate how crystal has bridged the gap between things we can see and things we can't: science and art, fact and faith, medicine and magic--the visible and the invisible. Published in collaboration with Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and University of Arkansas School of Art.
Category: Art

Irish America

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ISBN : WISC:89082589664
Genre : Irish
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Category: Irish

Frommer S Ireland From 45 Dollars A Day

Author : Susan Winifred Poole
ISBN : 0028608712
Genre : Ireland
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Let Frommer take you off the beaten track in the Emerald Isle to discover hundreds of charming and affordable guesthouses, B&Bs, and pubs. This cost-conscious guide is packed with tips on how to have inexpensive outdoor adventures and how to see the sights in style without breaking the bank. Maps. Index.
Category: Ireland

Esquire

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ISBN : UVA:X001192646
Genre :
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Good Housekeeping

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105007781425
Genre : Home economics
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Category: Home economics

Fodor S Exploring Ireland

Author : Inc. (NA) Fodor's Travel Publications
ISBN : 1400016231
Genre : Travel
File Size : 43.96 MB
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Enhanced by full-color photography and detailed city and regional maps, these cultural guides furnish updated information on selective hotels, restaurants, landmarks, and side trips, along with cultural sidebars and anecdotes about local life, a special rating system for key destinations, and an easy-to-use alphabetical arrangement.
Category: Travel

Frommer S Ireland On Forty Five Dollars A Day 94 95

Author : George McDonald
ISBN : 0671866680
Genre : Ireland
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Frommer covers the best of the Emerald Isle--its pubs and guesthouses, its castles and historic homes, its picturesque seaside towns and lush green countryside. Shows budget travelers how to enjoy comfort and style for the least cost.
Category: Ireland

Ireland

Author : Fodor's
ISBN : 0679007083
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Praise for Fodor's Exploring Guides ""Authoritatively written and superbly presented...Worthy reading before, during, or after a trip." -- Philadelphia Inquirer ""Absolutely gorgeous. Fun, colorful, and sophisticated." -- Chicago Tribune Fodor's Exploring Guides are the most up-to-date, full-color guidebooks available. Covering destinations around the world, these guides are loaded with photos, essays on culture and history, descriptions of sights, and practical information. Full-color photos make these great guides to buy if you're still planning your itinerary (let the photos help you choose!) and they are perfect companions to general guidebooks, like Fodor's Gold Guides. What to See ? Extraordinary coverage of history and culture ? Itineraries, walks and excursions, on and off the beaten path ? Architecture and art Where to Stay ? Quick tips in every price range Where to Eat ? Savvy picks for all budgets The Basics ? Getting there and getting around ? When to go & what to pack
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Businessweek

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ISBN : UOM:39015026561574
Genre : Business
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Category: Business

Lions Of Ireland

Author : David Walmsley
ISBN : 9781780574622
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Look for a Lions legend and the chances are you will find an Irishman. Throughout the touring team's history, the heroes of Irish rugby have been at the heart of the Lions' finest hours - on and off the pitch. Look at the Lions record books and you will find Irishmen at the top of almost every list, from Willie John McBride and Tony O'Reilly to Ronnie Dawson. No nation has provided more leaders of the Lions. In Lions of Ireland, these greats tell their stories of life on some of the longest, hardest roads in sport. Those featured include world-class players and characters who have contributed to Lions folklore, such as Karl Mullen, Jack Kyle, Fergus Slattery, Tom Kiernan, Mike Gibson and Syd Millar - and the account is brought up to date with contributions from the likes of Keith Wood. This book includes a complete reference section featuring every Irish player to have represented the Lions in Tests since the first united tour of 1910. It recalls the powerful personalities and relives the most dramatic deeds in the Lions' long history - from the 1971 groundbreaking triumph against the All Blacks and success against the odds in South Africa in 1997 to the 2005 tour of New Zealand.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Ireland

Author : Lindsay Hunt
ISBN : 067903465X
Genre : Ireland
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Fodor's Exploring Guides are the most up-to-date, full-color guidebooks available. Covering destinations around the world, these guides are loaded with photos, essays on culture and history, descriptions of sights, and practical information. Full-color photos make this a great guide to buy if you're still planning your itinerary (let the photos help you choose!) and it's a perfect companion to a general guidebook, like a Fodor's Gold Guide. All the great sights plus the history and anecdotes that bring them to life - Extraordinary coverage of history and culture - Itineraries, walks and excursions, on and off the beaten path - Architecture and art Practical tips and full-color maps and photos - Getting there and getting around - When to go and what to pack - Quick tips on where to sleep in every price range - Savvy restaurant picks for all budgets Praise for Fodor's Exploring Guides "Most travel guides are either beautiful or practical. This one is both." -- New York Daily News "Beautiful...and the depth of text is impressive." -- San Diego Union Tribune "Authoritatively written and superbly presented...worthy reading before, during, or after a trip." -- Philadelphia Inquirer "Concise, comprehensive, and colorful." -- Washington Post "Absolutely gorgeous. Fun, colorful, and sophisticated." -- Chicago Tribune
Category: Ireland

Fodor S Exploring Ireland

Author : Lindsay Hunt
ISBN : 140001218X
Genre : Travel
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Describes points of interest in each region of the country, and recommends hotels and restaurants.
Category: Travel

Fodor S Exploring Ireland

Author : Fodor's
ISBN : 0679030085
Genre : Ireland
File Size : 52.46 MB
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P>Fodor's Exploring Guides are the most up-to-date, full-color guidebooks available. Covering destinations around the world, these guides are loaded with photos, essays on culture and history, descriptions of sights, and practical information. Full-color photos make this a great guide to buy if you're still planning your itinerary (let the photos help you choose!) and it's a perfect companion to a general guidebook, like a Fodor's Gold Guide. All the great sights plus the history and anecdotes that bring them to life - Extraordinary coverage of history and culture - Itineraries, walks and excursions, on and off the beaten path - Architecture and art Practical tips and full-color maps and photos - Getting there and getting around - When to go and what to pack - Quick tips on where to sleep in every price range - Savvy restaurant picks for all budgets Praise for Fodor's Exploring Guides "Most travel guides are either beautiful or practical. This one is both." -- New York Daily News "Beautiful...and the depth of text is impressive." -- San Diego Union Tribune "Authoritatively written and superbly presented...worthy reading before, during, or after a trip." -- Philadelphia Inquirer "Concise, comprehensive, and colorful." -- Washington Post "Absolutely gorgeous. Fun, colorful, and sophisticated." -- Chicago Tribune
Category: Ireland

Corporate Financial Crisis In Ireland

Author : Edward Cahill
ISBN : UCSC:32106012718232
Genre : Business failures
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This pioneering study examines governance and directors, business strategy, management structure, capital structure, financial control and accounting policies, in cases which cover a variety of manufacturing, service and financial industries.
Category: Business failures