Publisher: Woodford Green : IMP, 1990.
ISBNISSN: 0863597327, 9780863597329
Notes: 1 partituur.
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Translation of: Atlas der topographischen Anatomie. Includes index Injury and Illness of Semiconductor Workers: Experience and Epidemiologic StudiesEnvironmental Compliance in the Semiconductor Industry: Detection, Correction and PreventionChemical Hazards in Semiconductor OperationsIndustrial HygieneElectrical HazardsRadiation SafetyRecognition, Evaluation and Control of Some Plasma Processing HazardsFire Protection Technology for Semiconductor OperationsBuilding and Fire Codes Impacting the Semiconductor IndustryGases and Gas EquipmentToxic Gas MonitoringReferencesIndex Includes index. The ceremony --
I should worry --
Gents .50 / Ladies .25 --
So cold outside --
Mrs. Lutz --
Letter from Maine --
Public library --
The library : four sketches --
The evening of the Fourth of July --
The brothers --
Do you like the mountains? --
The sign --
Farewell to Frognall --
The Purcells. Project supported by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. 1. 1 --
2. 2. "Also ... published as Journal of homosexuality, volume 11, numbers 3/4, summer 1985"--Title page verso. Breaking the mirror: the construction of lesbianism and the anthropological discourse on homosexuality / Evelyn Blackwood --
Age, structure, and sexuality: reflections on the anthropological evidence on homosexual relations / Barry D. Adams --
The Hijras of India: cultural and individual dimensions of an institutionalized third gender role / Serena Nanda --
Growing yams and men: an interpretation of Kiman male ritualized homosexual behavior / J. Patrick Gray --
Sisters and brothers, lovers and enemies: marriage resistance in southern Kwangtung / Andrea Sankar --
The lesbian community: an anthropological approach / Denyse Lockard --
"Mummies and babies" and friends and lovers in Lesotho / Judith Gay. Mexican male homosexual interaction in public contexts / Clark L. Taylor --
Male homosexuality and spirit possession in Brazil / Peter Fry --
Masculinity, femininity, and homosexuality: on the anthropological interpretation of sexual meanings in Brazil / Richard Parker --
Men and not-men: male gender-mixing statuses and homosexuality / Charles Callender, Lee M. Kochems --
Why was the Berdache ridiculed? / David F. Greenberg --
Persistence and change in the Berdache tradition among contemporary Lakota indians / Walter L. Williams. Includes indexes. "A novel in three parts"--Cover. Bk. 1. An assembly such as this --
bk. 2. Duty and desire --
bk. 3. These three remain. The first book takes the reader into the world of one of Jane Austen's most famous characters, Fitzwilliam D'arcy, Pamela Aidan begins her tale by introducing her readers to Darcy during his first visit to Herfordshire. This first book takes us up to the disasterous ball at Netherfield and Darcy's return to London.
The second book reveals Darcy's private world as he moves among his family, friends and foes. Determined to forget Elizabeth Bennet, Darcy returns to Pemberley to lose himself in work and family concerns and accepts an invitation to an old friend's house party where he meets the fascinatingly, beautiful and mysterious Lady Sylvanie.
The third book traces Fitzwilliam Darcy's painful journey of self-discovery in his quest to become the man he always hoped he would be. A chance meeting with Elizabeth Bennet at his Derbyshire estate offers Darcy a new opportunity; but the activities of his nemesis, George Wickham, interfere once more in a way that may ruin everyone's hopes for happiness.
A beautifully crafted portrait of the legendary Czech runner Emil Ztopek, by "the master magician of the contemporary french novel" (The Washington Post).
Foreword / Vishakha N. Desai --
Statement / Zhang Wenbin --
Statement / Maurice R. Greenberg and Nicholas Platt --
Statement / Douglas A. Warner and William B. Harrison --
Preface / Annette L. Juliano and Judith A. Lerner --
Introduction: Monks, Merchants, and Nomads in Northwest China, Fourth-Seventh Century / Annette L. Juliano and Judith A. Lerner --
pt. I. Setting the Stage --
1. The Silk Road in Gansu and Ningxia / Annette L. Juliano and Judith A. Lerner --
2. The Unbroken Thread: Nomads in China / Annette L. Juliano --
3. Encounters with Nomads / Albert E. Dien --
pt. II. Buddhist Monks: Transmission and Translation --
4. Buddhist Art in Northwest China / Annette L. Juliano --
5. Gandhara in Gansu / Chen Bingying --
pt. III. Foreign Merchants: From Colonists to Chinese Officials --
6. The Merchant Empire of the Sogdians / Judith A. Lerner --
7. The Sogdians in Their Homeland / Boris I. Marshak --
8. Sogdians in Northwest China / Luo Feng --
9. Coins and the Silk Road / Michael Alram --
pt. IV. Conclusion --
10. Cosmopolitanism and the Tang / Annette L. Juliano and Judith A. Lerner. Prelude : A monkey koan --
A lingering scent of Eden --
Unbuilding our home --
The city without us --
The world just before us --
The lost menagerie --
The African paradox --
What falls apart --
What lasts --
Polymers are forever --
The petro patch --
The world without farms --
The fate of ancient and modern wonders of the world --
The world without war --
Wings without us --
Hot legacy --
Our geologic record --
Where do we go from here? --
Art beyond us --
The sea cradle --
Coda : our earth, our souls. Introduction --
Polymer clay basics --
Polymer clay tools --
Ready, set ... go! --
Tool time! --
Fast and fun! --
Dressed to express! --
Gallery. Title from Playaway label.
"Listen to the audio, play the game, win the prizes"--Container.
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Previously released by Scholastic Inc., p2010.
Issued on Playaway, a dedicated audio media player.
In container (21 x 13 x 3 cm.).
"Exclusive bonus track: listen to the scandalous accusations against Amy and Dan's father!"--Container.
One set of earphones and one AAA battery required for playback. It's no longer a game. The body count is rising. Shaken by recent events, Amy and Dan flee to a distant land and trace the footsteps of their most formidable ancestor yet: a military leader of mythic proportions. Yet just as the siblings begin to master the art of ancient warfare, they confront a dangerous enemy that can't be felled with a sword: the truth. With the stakes higher than ever, Amy and Dan uncover something so devastating it changes everything--the secret of their family branch.