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Publisher: H.B. Fenn and Co. 2001.
ISBNISSN: 0887434096, 9780887434099
Responsibility: Sue likes blue.
Edition: Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : English
Cover title. When Eve, an interior designer, is deserted by her husband of many years, the emotionally glacial relationships of their three grown daughters are laid bare. Twisted by jealousy, insecurity and resentment, Renata, a successful writer; Flyn, a woman crippled by indecision; and Joey, a budding actress, struggle to communicate for the sake of their shattered mother. Reprint of the original edition published: London : Blackie, 1953 with a new introduction and publishing history. Previous edition: 2007.
Includes index. Gillette --
Catherine Lescault. Originally released as a motion picture in 1978.
Issued as part of a box set: The Woody Allen collection. AbbreviationsPrefaceChapter 1: Orator, Emperor, and SenatePhilosophy and OratoryPhilosophy and PoliticsThe Usefulness of PhilosophyOrator and AudienceChapter 2: Themistius and ConstantiusGeneral IntroductionOration 1 - On the Love of Mankind or ConstantiusThe Letter of Constantius to the SenateOration 3 - Embassy Speech for Constantinople Delivered in RomeChapter 3 - After JulianGeneral IntroductionOration 5 - On the Consulship, to the Emperor JovianOration 6 - On Brotherly Love, or On PhilanthropiaChapter 4: Theodosius, Gratian, and the GothsGeneral IntroductionOration 14 - Embassy to the Emperor TheodosiusOration 15 - To Theodosius or The Most Royal of the VirtuesOration 16 - Speech of Thanksgiving to the Emperor for the Peace and the Consulship of the General SaturninusChapter 5: Philosopher PrefectGeneral IntroductionOration 17 - On the Election to the Urban PrefectureOration 34 - In Reply to Those who Found Fault with Him for Accepting Public OfficeBibliographyIndex Titel vom Label. The Groove High students deal with the fun and embarrassment of school parents' day, including a visit from the famous choreographer Philippe Kauffman, whose son Ed is a student at there. Examines the personal life and photographic career of the woman who served as a photojournalist for the magazine "Life" during World War II and the Korean War. The Alexanders of Scotland --
Woodburn Farm: the beginning --
The cornerstones of the kingdom --
Fellow horsemen and friends --
War comes to Kentucky --
Quantrill's arrival into the bluegrass --
Disaster at Woodburn Farm --
The recovery of the horses --
Secret sanctuary for the horses --
The fate of the raiders --
Racing again asteroid vs. Kentucky --
Death of the master breeder --
Woodburn's influence on the Western turf --
Frank James: race starter --
Woodburn's legacy --
The Alexanders: extended family. Titre de l'écran-titre (visionné le 7 janv. 2013).
TRAITEMENT SOMMAIRE. "A co-operative project of the Public Works Historical Society and the American Association for State and Local History"--Title page verso.
Includes index. Published in cooperation with Empire State Development.
"Next update January 2010"--Cover. Curia Regis rolls: 135 and 136; 137; 138; 139 and 140; 229. Introduction --
Characteristics of light rail --
Planning light rail --
Engineering light rail --
Affordable light rail --
Marketing --
Case studies --
Conclusions. "2 CDs in 1! For your PC, for your Stereo"--Cover. Here, you will uncover the legends, lore, and trivia that surround Ireland's - and America's - favorite March Holiday. "Harris InfoSource, a D & B Company, helps sales nad marketing professionals find new customers and grow their sales with affordable online information solutions and classic directories. This directory offers four different ways to look up companies: Geographic location; SIC code; Alphbetic listing; Product category." Als een besluiteloze jonge Engelsman een belangrijke functie krijgt, verandert dit zijn leven. Shortlisted for the Wellcome Prize for Historical Fiction Award-winning author Sarah Moss's most recent work of historical fiction is a portrait of a young couple's unconventional marriage as it's tested by separate quests for identity in work and life. Set in the Victorian Age, Signs for Lost Children grapples with central themes of early feminism, mental health reform, and marriage as an imposed institution. Ally Moberly, a recently qualified doctor, never expected to marry until she met Tom Cavendish. Only weeks into their marriage, Tom sets out for Japan, leaving Ally as she begins work at the Truro Asylum in Cornwall. Horrified by the brutal attitudes of male doctors and nurses toward their female patients, Ally plunges into the institutional politics of women's mental health at a time when madness is only just being imagined as treatable. She has to contend with a longstanding tradition of permanently institutionalizing women who are deemed difficult, all the while fighting to to be taken seriously as a rare woman in a profession dominated by men. Tom, an architect, has been employed to oversee the building of Japanese lighthouses. He also has a commission from a wealthy collector to bring back embroideries and woodwork. As he travels Japan in search of these enchanting objects, he begins to question the value of the life he left in England. As Ally becomes increasingly absorbed in the moral importance of her work, and Tom pursues his intellectual interests on the other side of the world, they will return to each other as different people. With her artful blend of emotional insight and narrative skill, Sarah Moss creates an entrancing novel sure to draw critical acclaim. From the blustery coast of Western England to the towns and cities of Japan, she constructs distinct but conjoined portraits of two remarkable people in a swiftly changing world. Translation of: Ecole en folie. Magic with paper --
Postcard magic --
Packets of money --
Boy meets girl --
Topsy-turvy money --
Instant tree --
Raise the ladder --
Celebrity spotting --
Newspaper cuttings --
Magic cone --
White rabbits --
Pick a colour --
Tear it up --
Paper money --
It was an accident! Índice onomástico: P. 333-389. Part I: ORIENTATION. 1. History and Opportunities. 2. Life Skills. 3. Your Professional Image. 4. Communicating for Success. Part II: SCIENCES. 5. Infection Control: Principles and Practices. 6. Anatomy and Physiology. 7. Skin Structure and Growth. 8. Nail Structure and Growth. 9. Nail Diseases and Disorders. 10. Chemistry. 11. Nail Product Chemistry. Part III: NAIL CARE. 13. Manicuring. 14. Pedicuring. 15. Electric Filing. 16. Nail Tips and Wraps. 17. Monomer Liquid and Polymer Powder Nail Enhancements. 18. UV Gels. 19. The Creative Touch. Part IV: BUSINESS SKILLS. 20. Seeking Employment. 21. On the Job. 22. The Salon Business.