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The Spirit of New York  Defining Events in the Empire State's History, 2nd Edition
The Spirit of New York : Defining Events in the Empire State's History, 2nd Edition
by Bruce W. Dearstyne
English | 2022 | ISBN: 1438487142 | 484 Pages | True PDF | 5 MB




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The Shipwreck The True Story of One of Australia's Greatest Maritime Disasters
The Shipwreck: The True Story of One of Australia's Greatest Maritime Disasters by Larry Writer
English | August 2nd, 2022 | ISBN: 176087910X | 352 pages | True EPUB | 7.33 MB
The epic story of one of Australia's greatest maritime disasters, the wreck of the Dunbar.




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The Routledge Handbook of Star Trek
Leimar Garcia-Siino, "The Routledge Handbook of Star Trek "
English | ISBN: 0367366673 | 2022 | 490 pages | PDF | 66 MB
The Routledge Handbook of Star Trek offers a synoptic overview of Star Trek, its history, its influence, and the scholarly response to the franchise, as well as possibilities for further study. This volume aims to bridge the fields of science fiction and (trans)media studies, bringing together the many ways in which Star Trek franchising, fandom, storytelling, politics, history, and society have been represented. Seeking to propel further scholarly engagement, this Handbook offers new critical insights into the vast range of Star Trek texts, narrative strategies, audience responses, and theoretical themes and issues. This compilation includes both established and emerging scholars to foster a spirit of communal, trans-generational growth in the field and to present diversity to a traditional realm of science fiction studies.




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The Romanesque Abbey of St Peter at Gloucester
The Romanesque Abbey of St Peter at Gloucester
by Carolyn Heighway and Richard Bryant
English | 2020 | ISBN: 1789254140 | 130 Pages | True PDF | 15.4 MB




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The Roman Emperor Salads Caesar Salad Recipes for Contemporary Emperors
The Roman Emperor Salads: Caesar Salad Recipes for Contemporary Emperors by Zoe Moore
English | 2022 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B0B78366KD | 75 pages | EPUB | 3.42 Mb
During the Roman Empire, Caesar was a man of many accomplishments. However, we think his most important one was probably the Caesar salad. We're actually not sure if that's where the salad comes from, but why not? The important thing here is that you love the salad and so do we. Thus, you're looking for a salad cookbook- which we've got, and it's right here! As you already know, salads don't have to be boring. In fact, they can be filling and extremely delicious.




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The Role of Taiwanese Civil Society Organizations in Cross-Strait Relations
Šárka Waisová, "The Role of Taiwanese Civil Society Organizations in Cross-Strait Relations "
English | ISBN: 1409452581 | 2017 | 144 pages | EPUB | 624 KB
Despite the instability of the political relationship between Taiwan and Mainland China, cross-strait activities such as trade, education, marriage and travel have prospered. While the main focus of current academic research has been on security and economic relationships between the two governments, relatively little attention has been paid to social interactions or the role of civil society actors.




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The Rise of Political Advisors in the Westminster System
Yee-Fui Ng, "The Rise of Political Advisors in the Westminster System"
English | ISBN: 0415787483 | 2018 | 188 pages | EPUB | 703 KB
Political advisors have risen in significance in Westminster countries, and have been increasingly thrust into the limelight by headline scandals and through their characterisation in various television series. This increased prominence has led to greater scrutiny of their role and influence. This book demonstrates that the introduction of political advisors into the structure of the executive has led to the erosion of the Westminster doctrine of ministerial responsibility.




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The Rise of Little Big Norway
John F. L. Ross, "The Rise of Little Big Norway"
English | ISBN: 1785271938 | 2019 | 386 pages | EPUB | 725 KB
"The Rise of Little Big Norway" explores the unlikely rise of Norway from peripherality to today's global steward with an enviable work-life balance, influential oil fund and Arctic front-row seat. Drawing on wide-ranging source material, John Ross's original approach combines astute observation, thoughtful analysis and a flowing essay style, leavened with the comparative insight that only a seasoned observer of the region can bring. The book examines the settings, histories and niche elements that lend Norway its distinctiveness and differentiate it from its Nordic neighbors. It gives special attention to the northern and Arctic dimensions of Norwegian life and elaborates a connecting thematic thread, the mobility that once took Vikings across the Atlantic in open boats and makes today's Norwegians the most-traveled people on the planet. The result is a carefully crafted general study of Norway, a country long overlooked in favor of its Nordic neighbors but now a quiet force in its own right and a touchstone for twenty-first century issues ranging from identity politics to the Arctic melt. This book fills a major gap in the literature on Norway and the Nordic region.




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The Rise of Food Charity in Europe
Hannah Lambie-Mumford, "The Rise of Food Charity in Europe"
English | ISBN: 1447340000 | 2020 | 272 pages | EPUB | 631 KB
As the demand for food banks and other emergency food charities continues to rise across the continent, this is the first systematic Europe-wide study of the roots and consequences of this urgent phenomenon. Leading researchers provide case studies from the UK, Finland, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Slovenia and Spain, each considering the history and driving political and social forces behind the rise of food charity, and the influence of changing welfare states. They build into a rich comparative study that delivers valuable evidence for anyone with an academic or professional interest in related issues including social policy, exclusion, poverty and justice.




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The Rhetoric of Inquiry in International Relations A Hermeneutic Investigation into the Forms of Argumentation in Inter
Torsten Michel, "The Rhetoric of Inquiry in International Relations: A Hermeneutic Investigation into the Forms of Argumentation in Inter"
English | ISBN: 0367703971 | 2021 | 196 pages | EPUB | 691 KB
This book argues that our current lack of recognising and understanding the different forms meta-theorising takes hampers the ways in which fruitful engagement between meta-theories can be conducted.




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The Rhetoric of Donald Trump Nationalist Populism and American Democracy
Robert C. Rowland, "The Rhetoric of Donald Trump: Nationalist Populism and American Democracy"
English | ISBN: 0700631968 | 2021 | 280 pages | EPUB | 965 KB
The Rhetoric of Donald Trump identifies and analyzes the nationalist and populist themes that dominate the rhetoric of President Trump and links those themes to a persona that has evolved from celebrity outsider to presidential strongman. In the process Robert C. Rowland explains how the nationalist populism and strongman persona in turn demands a vernacular rhetorical style unlike any previous modern president-a style that makes no attempt to lay out a case, requires constant lies, and breaks every norm for how a presidential candidate or president should talk. In stark contrast, our most effective presidents have used rhetoric to present a positive vision of what the nation could achieve. The three most effective presidential uses of rhetoric in the past century-FDR, Reagan, and Obama-all presented a coherent ideological message that, while focused on problems of the moment, was also rooted in a fundamental optimism. In contrast, Trump's message is fundamentally negative.




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The Racial Muslim  When Racism Quashes Religious Freedom
The Racial Muslim : When Racism Quashes Religious Freedom
by Sahar F. Aziz
English | 2022 | ISBN: 0520382285 | 357 Pages | True PDF | 6.78 MB




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The Punic Wars The History of the Conflict that Destroyed Carthage and Made Rome a Global Power
The Punic Wars: The History of the Conflict that Destroyed Carthage and Made Rome a Global Power by Charles River Editors
English | July 15, 2015 | ISBN: 1515075990 | 110 pages | EPUB | 2.07 Mb
*Includes pictures *Includes ancient accounts about the wars *Includes online resources and a bibliography for further reading *Includes a table of contents "Ceterum autem censeo Carthaginem esse delendam." ("Furthermore, I consider it imperative that Carthage be destroyed.") - Cato the Elder Carthage was one of the great ancient civilizations, and at its peak, the wealthy Carthaginian empire dominated the Mediterranean against the likes of Greece and Rome, with commercial enterprises and influence stretching from Spain to Turkey. In fact, at several points in history it had a very real chance of replacing the fledgling Roman empire or the failing Greek poleis (city-states) altogether as master of the Mediterranean. Although Carthage by far preferred to exert economic pressure and influence before resorting to direct military power (and even went so far as to rely primarily on mercenary armies paid with its vast wealth for much of its history, it nonetheless produced a number of outstanding generals, from the likes of Hanno Magnus to, of course, the great bogeyman of Roman nightmares himself: Hannibal. However, the Carthaginians' foreign policy had one fatal flaw; they had a knack over the centuries of picking the worst enemies they could possibly enter into conflict with. The first serious clash of civilizations which Carthage was involved with was Greece, which rapidly became hostile when the Carthaginians began pushing to spread their influence towards the colonies known as Magna Graecia ("Great Greece"), which had been established in southern Italy and Sicily by several Greek poleis. These territories would become a casus belli of the First Punic War. Certain foreign policy decisions led to continuing enmity between Carthage and the burgeoning power of Rome, and what followed was a series of wars which turned from a battle for Mediterranean hegemony into an all-out struggle for survival. Although the Romans gained the upper hand in the wake of the First Punic War, Hannibal brought the Romans to their knees for over a decade during the Second Punic War. While military historians are still amazed that he was able to maintain his army in Italy near Rome for nearly 15 years, scholars are still puzzled over some of his decisions, including why he never attempted to march on Rome in the first place. After the serious threat Hannibal posed during the Second Punic War, the Romans didn't wait much longer to take the fight to the Carthaginians in the Third Punic War, which ended with Roman legions smashing Carthage to rubble. As legend has it, the Romans literally salted the ground upon which Carthage stood to ensure its destruction once and for all. Despite having a major influence on the Mediterranean for nearly five centuries, little evidence of Carthage's past might survives. The city itself was reduced to nothing by the Romans, who sought to erase all physical evidence of its existence, and though its ruins have been excavated, they have not provided anywhere near the wealth of archaeological items or evidence as ancient locations like Rome, Athens, Syracuse, or even Troy. Today, Carthage is a largely unremarkable suburb of the city of Tunis, and though there are some impressive ancient monuments there for tourists to explore, the large majority of these are the result of later Roman settlement. The Punic Wars: The History of the Conflict that Destroyed Carthage and Made Rome a Global Power chronicles the three wars and the decisive impact they had on the history of Western Europe. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about the Punic Wars like never before, in no time at all.




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The Power of One More The Ultimate Guide to Happiness and Success
Ed Mylett, "The Power of One More: The Ultimate Guide to Happiness and Success"
English | 2022 | ISBN: 1119815363 | 272 pages | PDF (conv) | 1.8 MB
You're one more intentional thought and action away from discovering your best life




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The Panda's Black Box Opening up the Intelligent Design Controversy
Scott Gilbert, Edward J. Larson, Jane Maienschein, "The Panda's Black Box: Opening up the Intelligent Design Controversy"
English | 2007 | pages: 184 | ISBN: 080188599X | PDF | 0,8 mb
The debate over Intelligent Design seemingly represents an extension of the fundamental conflict between creationists and evolutionists. ID proponents, drawing on texts such as Darwin's Black Box and Of Pandas and People, urge schools to "teach the controversy" in biology class alongside evolution. The scientific mainstream has reacted with fury, branding Intelligent Design as pseudoscience and its advocates as religious fanatics.




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The Off-Grid Bible  3-in-1 Companion to Self-Sufficient Living
The Off-Grid Bible
* 3-in-1 Companion to Self-Sufficient Living: From the Grounds of your homestead to the solar panels on your roof. The Only Guide You'll Ever Need for your Back-to-Basics Journey by Tom Mayer

English | 2022 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B0B7FFM8PS | 630 pages | EPUB | 6.16 Mb




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The Oak Inside the Acorn
Max Lucado, "The Oak Inside the Acorn"
English | 2011 | ISBN: 1400317339, 1400306019 | EPUB | pages: 48 | 1.5 mb
Every person is tasked with learning why they were created and the unique gifts that make them special. Written byNew York Timesbestselling author Max Lucado,The Oak Inside the Acornteaches about the incredible miracle inside each of us while reminding us that we were created by God for a special purpose.




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The Microbiome Your Inner Ecosystem
The Microbiome: Your Inner Ecosystem by Scientific American Editors
English | July 15th, 2022 | ISBN: 9781948933056 | 180 pages | True EPUB | 2.05 MB
We harbor roughly the same number of microbes as we have cells. This complex ecosystem is crucial to our health, affecting many processes including immunity, child development and bone density regulation. Research in this area has exploded, and in this eBook, we highlight some of the most exciting work on how the microbiome develops, its influence on brain and behavior and implications in both contributing to and treating various disorders.




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The Little Pocket Book of Meditation With step-by-step, 5-10 minute guided meditations to calm mind, body, and soul
The Little Pocket Book of Meditation: With step-by-step, 5-10 minute guided meditations to calm mind, body, and soul by Stephanie Brookes
English | August 11, 2016 | ISBN: 1782493778 | 155 pages | PDF | 6.02 Mb
An easy-to-follow guide to the stress-busting, tension-taming practice of meditation.




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The Little Book of Algorithms
William Lau, "The Little Book of Algorithms"
English | ISBN: 1916116302 | 2019 | 68 pages | PDF | 2 MB
This book is designed to help those learning and teaching Computer Science. The aim of the book is to help students build fluency in their Python programming. The book would suit students who have already been introduced to the three basic programming constructs of structured programming, namely sequence, selection and iteration. The learning curve for programming can be quite steep and this book aims to ease this transition by encouraging practise and gradually introducing more complex concepts such as lists and 2D lists, file writing and using procedures and functions. Originally, the book was written for my 14-16 year old students studying for their GCSE Computer Science programming exam. However, I hope a wide range of students and teachers will find this book useful.




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The Last White Man A Novel
Mohsin Hamid, "The Last White Man: A Novel"
English | ISBN: 0593538811 | 2022 | 192 pages | EPUB | 818 KB
NAMED A BEST BOOK OF THE SUMMER BY TIME, ELLE, USA TODAY, ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY AND MORE




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The Importance of Photosensitivity for Epilepsy
The Importance of Photosensitivity for Epilepsy by Dorothee Kasteleijn-Nolst Trenite
English | EPUB | 2021 | 450 Pages | ISBN : 3319050796 | 95.5 MB
This book offers a detailed account of all aspects of photosensitive epilepsy, including genetic testing, functional imaging (fMRI, MEG), pharmacological studies, animal studies, classification based on the occurrence of photoparoxysmal responses (PPRs) in different epilepsy syndromes, and the available prevention and treatment options. In addition, the comorbidity of and overlap between migraine and epilepsy are discussed. Informative case histories with EEG examples and a helpful glossary are included.




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The Higgs Boson Searching for the God Particle
The Higgs Boson: Searching for the God Particle by Scientific American Editors
English | July 15th, 2022 | ISBN: 9781466824133 | 180 pages | True EPUB | 7.25 MB
One of the biggest discoveries in physics, the quest for the Higgs boson demonstrates the value of a good theory. In July 2012, a Higgs-like particle was found near the energies scientists expected to find it. Now, armed with better evidence and better questions, the scientific process continues. In this eBook, we've gathered our best reporting to explain that process - the theories, the search, the discovery, the ongoing questions.




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The Hidden Libido Secrets
The Hidden Libido Secrets: Fix Your Marriage, Intimacy Problems, Increase Your Sex Drive, Relationship Help For Couples, Great Sex & Increase Libido, Sex Positions for Couples: by DR NANCY
English | 2022 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B0B7KH4S9X | 180 pages | EPUB | 0.59 Mb
The Hidden Libido Secrets




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The Gods' Own County A Heathen Prayer Book
Dan Coultas, Keith Leggott, Daniel Warden, Kristian Lewin-Petrov, Alda Björk Ólafsdóttir, Adrian Spendlow, Al Daw, Neil Coultas, Tara Skinner, "The Gods' Own County: A Heathen Prayer Book"
English | 2019 | ISBN: 1090821980 | 194 pages | EPUB | 1.6 MB
A book of prayers, invocations, songs and rituals to the heathen Gods, Goddesses, wights and ancestors, written by members of Heathens of Yorkshire, and beautifully illustrated with original artwork. A useful resource for solitary practitioners, as well as groups looking for inspiration in putting together their own rituals.




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The Globalization of World Politics An Introduction to International Relations, 8th Edition
John Baylis, Steve Smith, Patricia Owens, "The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations, 8th Edition"
English | 2020 | ISBN: 0198825544 | 648 pages | EPUB | 4.2 MB
The Globalization of World Politics, the bestselling introduction to international relations, offers the most comprehensive coverage of the key theories and global issues in world politics.




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The Geography of Central Asia Human Adaptations, Natural Processes and Post-Soviet Transition
The Geography of Central Asia: Human Adaptations, Natural Processes and Post-Soviet Transition by Igor Jelen
English | EPUB | 2020 | 390 Pages | ISBN : 3030612651 | 111.3 MB
This book provides a profound geographical description and analysis of Central Asia. The authors take a synthetic approach in a period of critical transformation in the post-soviet time. The monograph analyzes comprehensively the physical and human geography as well as human-nature interactions of Central Asia with focus on Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Natural processes are described at a systemic scale, focusing on ecological impacts and consequences and contemporary human adaptations and organization. It also discusses in which ways the human organizations try to apply solutions for their needs such as security, territorial management and resources renewability, material and functional needs, identity elaborations, culture and communication.




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The Futility of Philosophical Ethics Metaethics and the Grounds of Moral Feeling
James Kirwan, "The Futility of Philosophical Ethics: Metaethics and the Grounds of Moral Feeling"
English | ISBN: 1350260649 | 2022 | 280 pages | PDF | 1380 KB
The Futility of Philosophical Ethics puts forward a novel account of the grounds of moral feeling with fundamental implications for philosophical ethics. It examines the grounds of moral feeling by both the phenomenology of that feeling, and the facts of moral feeling in operation - particularly in forms such as moral luck, vicious virtues, and moral disgust - that appear paradoxical from the point of view of systematic ethics.




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The Fundamentals Of Event-Driven Architecture Using Apache Kafka
The Fundamentals Of Event-Driven Architecture Using Apache Kafka by Mathew Conrad
English | 2022 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B0B7RSW2VS | 395 pages | EPUB | 37 Mb
The software architecture landscape has actually advanced dramatically over the past decade. Microservices have displaced monoliths. Data and applications are significantly coming to be dispersed as well as decentralised. Yet composing inconsonant systems is a hard problem. A lot more lately, software application practitioners have actually been rapidly converging on event-driven design as a sustainable way of managing intricacy- incorporating systems without boosting their coupling.




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The Fashion Business Manual An Illustrated Guide to Building a Fashion Brand
Fashionary, "The Fashion Business Manual: An Illustrated Guide to Building a Fashion Brand"
English | ISBN: 9887710970 | 2018 | pages | PDF | 24 MB
The Fashion Business Manual is everything you need to start building your fashion brand. It takes you step by step through building a brand from startup to retailing, using illustrations to break down complex business information into an easy-to-read visual format - making it a dynamic resource for fashion students, entrepreneurs and people in the fashion industry.




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