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Webster's American English Thesaurus & Dictionary,
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West of Eden: Botanical Discourse, Contact Languages and Translation
by : Rosanna Masiola and Renato Tomei | Jul 1, 2009
This series explores various genres of dance, including forms indigenous to particular regions and cultures. These books provide not only a historical overview and cultural context of the dances'...
Cq 2001 Almanac Plus: 107th Congress, First Session
by : world class action from the first session of the 107th Congress. Brought to you by the expert and nonpartisan CQ editorial staff, the CQ Almanac 2001 chronicles and...
Webster's New Explorer Guide to English Usage
This guide provides clear advice on confusing words, disputed usages, and alternative spellings. It is invaluable for anyone seeking to express themselves effectively in speech or writing. Perfect for home,...
Webster's Business Writing Basics
Good business writing is the key to success in today's fast-paced business world. Whether you're communicating by e-mail, fax, or letter-writing minutes, memos, press releases, or reports-this invaluable reference provides...
Webster's Contemporary School & Office Thesaurus
Make Your Words Count! This portable paperback thesaurus is an indispensable resource. Tens of thousands of synonyms and antonyms with plentiful examples of words used in context make it easy...
Webster's New Explorer Encyclopedic Dictionary
by : Mariam Webster
Toujours Tingo: First Edition
by : Adam Jacot de Boinod Did you know, that in Germany a young man with suspiciously good manners is called Tantenverfurhrer (literally, aunt seducer), that in Namibia there is...
Webster's Contemporary School & Office Dictionary
Golf Antiques & Other Treasures of the Game
This fully illustrated book details the equipment of yesteryear along with other fascinating collectibles connected to the centuries-old game of golf. Includes collecting guidelines and identification tips for all golf...
Sports Quotations: Maxims, Quips, and Pronouncements for Writers
Sports figures have famously always said what's on their mind--and what comes out of their mouths is often humorous, poignant, brutal, eloquent, pithy or tragic--or sometimes all of those rolled...
A Second Anglo-Saxon Reader: Archaic and Dialectical
by : T.F Hoad Sweet''s A Second Anglo-Saxon Reader, first p ublished in 1887, provides a collection of major source mate rials for the student of the Old English...
Animals Make Us Human: Creating the Best Life for Animals
by : Temple Grandin (Author), Catherine Johnson (Author) The best-selling animal advocate Temple Grandin offers the most exciting exploration of how animals feel since The Hidden Life of Dogs.In her...
Watches International: Volume VI
Since 1991, this annual publication has been setting the standard for up-to-date reference guides devoted to watches. At over 500 pages (the largest volume yet), Watches International Volume VI showcases...
Webster's New Explorer Dictionary of Word Origins
Fascinating articles, written in a witty, conversational style, describe how English words have come to us from other languages and evolved over time. Also described are words, like workaholic, which...
Aardvark to Zygote: Illustrated Dictionary with Sundry Articles and Diverse Supplements
by : Collins UK
Social Regulation of Competition and Aggression in Animals
Virtually every encounter between individual animals is characterized by some degree of hostility or fear. But one cannot perpetually fight of flee. Animals find it advantageous to control their hostile...
The Art of Speed Racer
The visionary Wachowski brothers of The Matrix fame use their filmmaking skills to bring to life the iconic Japanese cartoon with their newest groundbreaking film Speed Racer, starring Emile Hirsch,...
The New Mini
Small, powerful, and most of all, fun. When the new Mini hit the streets in 2001, it introduced a whole new feel to driving and automotive styling, just as the...
Hew, Screw, and Glue: How Stuff Is Made
by : James Innes-Smith Did you know: The sap from the Hevea brasiliensis species of tree is transformed into condomsLipstick was originally made from crushed ants and carmine beetlesSome perfumes...
Watching, from the Edge of Extinction
In this mesmerizing series of interviews with dedicated people who work to save endangered species throughout the world, an alarming truth emerges: the obstacles of human politics, greed, corruption, folly,...
A Century of Triumph: The History of Aviation
In December 1903, on the windswept beaches of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, Orville Wright piloted the world's first powered flight and within a few years, aeroplanes of various designs were...
Mousewives and Muffintops: Euphemisms and Buzzwords for Today
by : S.J. Hartland This entertaining guide decodes the infuriating buzzwords and jargon that pepper life today. It exposes corporate doublespeak, political spin, journalistic euphemisms and all those trendy phrases that...
Ripley's Unbelievable Stories for Guys
One for the grown-ups, this quirky new Ripley's book is filled with bizarre and hilarious Believe It or Not stories, trivia and lists - perfect for any fan of the...
1,227 QI Facts to Blow Your Socks Off
by : John Lloyd Includes some of the facts such as: cows moo in regional accents; the entire internet weighs less than a grain of sand; the dialling code from...
Old World Traits
by : William Thomas (Author), Robert Parks (Author)
More Maths for Mums and Dads
In their first, bestselling book, Maths for Mums and Dads, Rob Eastaway and Mike Askew helped you and your child make sense of the new methods and topics covered in...
the king of yellow
there is no description by : Robert W. Chambers