The writer on Colonial Affairs is naturally, to some extent, discouraged by the knowledge that the subject is an unattractive one to a large proportion of the reading public. It is difficult to get up anything beyond a transient interest in the affairs of
Written for those who provide care for others, this text shows how to get help, offering effective, practical ways to exchange help and share support with friends, neighbours and co-workers. It includes 200 stories from caregivers.
Everyone has secrets. How far will you go to protect yours? After living next to the neighbours from hell, Minette is overjoyed when Cath and her two children move in next door. Cath soon becomes her confidante, a kindred spirit, even her daughter;s babysitter. But Cath keeps herself unusually guarded and is reluctant to speak of her past. And when Minette witnesses something unspeakable, she begins to question whether she really knows her new friend at all.
In a Victorian mansion on the outskirts of Gloomsville lives Ruby Gloom. Some kids might be afraid of the dark, the eccentric neighbours and the unknown things that dwell in the closet, but Ruby is different - she befriends these strange and sometimes scary creatures. In fact, Ruby finds them all delightful. She pays no attention to their unusual appearances, perceptive only to their hearts and souls.
Whether you're just a bit nosy, or you want to launch a full-scale investigation of your neighbours, this indispensable handbook will teach you everything you need to know. There are practical sections on codes, ciphers, invisible ink and signalling, as well as guidance on drops and safe houses. This book teaches you how to spot when somebody is lying and how to lie effectively yourself.
In addition to being the Samuel Johnson of Low German, a linguist nonpareil, and connoisseur of fine art and fine food, Jack Thiessen is a raconteur the way Mozart and John Driedger were musicians. The stories are simply there, and as they mature within h
Have you ever found yourself exasperated by your upstairs neighbours and their endless ability to annoy? Perhaps you have marveled at the levels of noise they create whilst performing straightforward tasks such as using the stairs or plugging in an electr
Rachel Zolf's powerful follow-up to the Trillium Award-winning "Human Resources" is a virtuoso polyvocal correspondence with the daily news, ancient scripture and contemporary theory that puts the ongoing conflict in Israel/Palestine firmly in the crosshairs. Plucked from a minefield of competing knowledges, media and public texts, "Neighbour Procedure" sees Zolf assemble an arsenal of poetic procedures and words borrowed from a cast of unlikely neighbours, including Mark Twain, Dadaist Marcel Janco, blogger-poet Ron Silliman and two women at the gym.
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: .insane notion that Japan was
In a story that begins just before her birth in 1928, Rose Grieco's memoir is an intimate and finely detailed portrait of her beloved neighbourhood and the family, friends and neighbours she grew up with. In this respect, it's also a universal story, familiar to anyone whose parents or grandparents immigrated to a new land and made it all the richer with the customs, recipes and traditions they brought with them.
Jack Thiessen is an educated tale spinner. This book contains an entire legacy of Mennonite Short Stories, from bragging to preaching, from laughing out loud to consolation and love and, also, the saddest of tears. One does well in reading a story a day,
Title: The Pearl of Lisnadoon; or, a Glimpse of our Irish Neighbours. Publisher: British Library, Historical Print EditionsThe British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom. It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over 1
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning proc
Adam Smith's The Theory of Moral Sentiments is must reading for those who value living a free and moral life.
Join Peter Rabbit in the Old Orchard as he continues to talk with Jenny Wren about the many different feathered friends who live in together in the Old Orchard. Jenny Wren helps him to meet the many residents and to visit their nests or places where they live. See the other volumes to learn about his many friends.
1898. Including an Examination of Biblical References and of the Biblical Terms. "Magic, Divination, Necromancy, and Demonology are so closely connected in their character and history, that it is impossible to lay down lines between.
The Yom Kippur War was a watershed moment in the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict and the modern Middle East more broadly. It marked the beginning of a US-led peace process between Israel and her Arab neighbours; it introduced oil diplomacy as a new means of leverage in international politics; and it affected irreversibly the development of the European Community and the Palestinian struggle for independence.
This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictur
How did the development of two small countries at the north of Europe, whose histories were joined from about the year 795 AD - including a 300-year alliance - nevertheless diverge sharply in the modern era? This edited collection of essays covers various elements of this analysis including land ownership, politics, agriculture, industry, money and banking, local government, education, religion, access and the outdoor life, as well as several more synthetic chapters.
"At a time when China-Southeast Asia relationships are undergoing profound changes, it is pleasing to have a volume which examines the interactions between China and the polities and societies to the south through time. With multiple aims of exploring the
A central figure in both classical and ancient near Eastern fields, Trevor Bryce presents the first publication to focus on Troy s neighbours and contemporaries as much as Troy itself. With the help of maps, charts and photographs, he unearths the secr
In Apple Valley, Washington, friends are always near, neighbours have no secrets - even if they'd like to - and long-held wishes have a way of coming true.
Walter Rose, the author of the classic book The Village Carpenter, recounts the life of the village in which he grew up. Looking back, he comments on how it had a character that, as a boy, he did not appreciate. He traces the changes that created the vill
Portable and practical, tough and colourful, Bedouin textiles played until recent times a vital and functional part in the life of the Arab nomads. Bedouin women were expected to master the art of making entire tents as well as a wide range of rugs, saddlebags and other equipment able to withstand the rigours of the desert. They took a fierce pride in their work and produced, on the simplest ground looms, textiles that were at once hard-wearing and of vibrant aesthetic appeal.
Visiting the Neighbours
Spanish photographer Aranau Blanch (born 1983) documents his hometown of Vilobi d'Onyar. With approximately 3,000 inhabitants, the town is defined by its location at the junction of several transport infrastructures, such as the Costa Brava airport. Here, Blanch portrays its unique character.
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, y
Harriet Crawford presents a scholarly and up-to-date account of the archaeology of the Arabian Gulf from c. 4500-1500 BC. She offers a new interpretation of the structure of the urban, centralized and probably literate society of the Early Dilmun period (
Cases arising from disputes between neighbours (what English law would describe in terms of the law of nuisance) fall towards the edge of the law of tort, on its boundary with the law of property. They therefore provide a good example of how the categoris
"Neighbours and Networks "explores the economic relationship that existed between the Blood Indian reserve and the surrounding region of southern Alberta between 1884 and 1939. The Blood tribe, though living on a reserve, refused to become economically isolated from the larger community, and indeed became significant contributors to the economy of the area.
Very Good 052146479X Hardcover with dust jacket. Book is in very nice condition, text is unmarked and pages are tight.
Paperback, Taylor & Francis, 2014, ISBN13 9781138815797, ISBN10 1138815799
Bird Neighbours 1922 Goldfinch was reproduced on the finest Canvas which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original art. This museum quality Canvas Art was faithfully reproduced using ultra-precision print technology and fade-resistant archival inks on artist premium acid-free grade canvas. The overall size is 18 x 24 inches plus an additonal 1.
Hardcover, Intl Specialized Book Services, 2002, ISBN13 9781851825325, ISBN10 1851825320
Understanding Australia's Neighbours is a comprehensive introduction to the study of Asia. Written thematically, it provides comparisons between Asian and Australian societies, and encourages readers to think about Australia's neighbours across a wide range of social, economic and historical contexts. Topics covered include: *The nature of tradition and modernity *change to the family and religion *the role of colonialism and nationalism in political change *nation-building *economic development *international politics *globalisation *democracy and human rights.
Is there a tension between the normative fundamentals and strategic objectives of European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP)? Is 'values versus security' an unavoidable choice to be made by the EU and its neighbours or, rather, a false dichotomy? The book argues that what is often considered a fundamental dilemma of EU foreign policy - a choice between the EU's values and its quest for security - misrepresents a much more complex reality in which values and security interplay to shape the EU's external positions.
One of the most important aspects of David Bates's distinguished career has been his readiness to engage-as few of his predecessors did-with the world of modern French scholarship. The outcome of this engagement and of his familiarity with French archiv
This is a topical, comparative study of the economic, social and political development of Norway and Scotland since 1800. How did the development of two small countries at the north of Europe, whose histories were joined from about the year 795 AD - including a 300 year alliance - nevertheless diverge sharply in the modern era? This edited collection of essays covers various elements of this analysis including land ownership, politics, agriculture, industry, money and banking, local government, education, religion, access and the outdoor life, as well as several more synthetic chapters.
Summary: The Chinese Government's five-year strategy for social and economic development to 2015 includes the aim of making the southwestern province of Yunnan a bridgehead for 'opening the country' to southeast Asia and south Asia. Yunnan - A Chinese Bridgehead to Asia traces the dynamic process which has led to this policy goal, a process through which Yunnan is being repositioned from a southwestern periphery of the People's Republic of China to a 'bridgehead' between China and its regional neighbours.
Outside the imagination, witches don't exist. But in Poland and in Europe and its colonies in the early modern period, people imagined their neighbours to be witches, with tragic results. For the first time in English, Michael Ostling tells the story of t
This volume presents the impressive corpus of studies by Robert I. Burns, S.J, on the topic that he has spent a half-century exploring in meticulous detail: the Crusader Kingdom of Valencia. These studies focus on one of Europe's greatest medieval monarc
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Hardcover, Rowman & Littlefield Intl, 2017, ISBN13 9781783488971, ISBN10 1783488972
The nineteenth century is characterized as a time of unprecedented levels of urban growth and concurrent rural stagnation. The essays in this interdisciplinary collection seek to challenge accepted scholarship on this rural-urban divide. Using case studies from the UK, Europe and America, contributors examine complex rural-urban relationships of conflict and cooperation.
Assyrians and Their Neighbours
Herodotus' Histories is a fascinating account of the interactions between the Greeks and their powerful Near-Eastern neighbours. In it he explores the long-term causes for the Persian invasions of Greece in the early fifth century BCE, a momentous event both for the development of Greek civilization and for the beginnings of historiography, and traces the rise of the Persians as rulers of a large multi-ethnic empire whose lands and cultures are vividly described.
This book provides a systematic analysis of the EU s extensive, but so far largely failed, efforts to promote democracy in the Mediterranean region, thoroughly assessing its democracy promotion in relation to two Mediterranean countries Jordan and Turkey. By pinpointing essential prerequisites for democracy promotion and analyzing how the EU s policies have related to these, the author offers a theoretically based analytical framework focused on the importance of the local orientation and ownership of the project of democratization, and the broader dialogue between the democracy promoter and the partner society.
The European Neighbourhood Policy is a key part of the foreign policy of the European Union (EU), through which the EU works with its southern and eastern neighbours with a view to furthering its interests and achieving the closest possible degree of political association and economic integration. The policy is underpinned by a set of values and principles that the EU seeks to promote.
The Neighbours Of The European Union's Neighbours: Diplomatic And Geopolitical Dimensions Beyond The European Neighbourhood Policy
The European Union and Its Eastern Neighbours By Korosteleva, Elena
Who were the ones in power in the ancient world? When did the Ptolemies rule? Which dynasties ruled the Iranian empire and which Asia Minor and its neighbours? Who controlled the fates of the cities and provinces of Greece and Rome? "Chronologies of the A
"A Chronology of the Roman Empire "provides a complete and comprehensive chronological reference for the entire Roman state and its neighbours. Following opening discussion of the ancient sources and the myth of the foundation of Rome, the events of each year to the fall of the last emperor in 476 are covered in detail, including listings of the elected consuls and major battles as well as political and social events.
'The Sumerian World' explores the archaeology, history and art of southern Mesopotamia and its relationships with its neighbours from c.3,000 - 2,000BC. Including material hitherto unpublished from recent excavations, the articles are organized thematical