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Fiona has a thriving business and eventually 'poaches' her husband, Tony, from the bank which funded the business in the first place. She then discovers that Tony has been using the company's facilities to seek out porn sites to find himself an internet mistress. She enters into a dialogue with the mistress, pretending to be Tony and is given a vivid erotic description of the mistress's session that morning with an American. Despite all her reservations, Fiona is wildly turned on. Fiona uses her knowledge of hypnosis to put Tony completely under her control - and begins to take revenge, coercing him into acts he would never have done in the past. But he goes into a faint when she asks him about Mistress Regan: that is one step too far. Double dealings are uncovered as Fiona goes further into her husband's activities and from then on Tony's life has only one way to go - downhill! From his Internet Mistress to his disgruntled secretary and newly dominant wife, Tony quickly finds...

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The Endangered Species Act (ESA) may be the most powerful environmental law in the United States. Enacted in 1973, the ESA prohibits any actions that may cause harm to endangered plants and animals or the ecosystems upon which they depend. But although more than 1,­200 species are protected under the Act, most remain in peril. The ESA may have saved some species from the brink of extinction, but there is little evidence it is working as intended to recover endangered and threatened species. In some cases, the Act's extensive regulatory requirements may actually discourage conservation efforts.­In Rebuilding the Ark: New Perspectives on Endangered Species Act Reform, Jonathan H. Adler leads a group of environmental law experts in evaluating the ESA's successes and failures and exploring multiple avenues for reform. The authors examine methods for incentivizing conservation on private land and water, for revising and standardizing the ESA's regulatory framework, and for increasing . . .

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Shovel Ready provides a comprehensive lens through which to view the New Deal period, a fascinating and prolific time in American archaeology.   In this collection of diverse essays united by a common theme, Bernard K. Means and his contributors deliver a valuable research tool for practicing archaeologists and historians of archaeology, as well as New Deal scholars in general.   To rescue Americans from economic misery and the depths of despair during the Great Depression, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt created several New Deal jobs programs to put people to work. Men and women labored on a variety of jobs, from building roads to improving zoos. Some ordinary citizens—with no prior experience—were called on to act as archaeologists and excavate sites across the nation, ranging in size from small camps to massive mound complexes, and dating from thousands of years ago to the early Colonial period.   Shovel Ready contains essays on projects ranging across the breadth of the . . .

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Are you and your family self-­reliant? Will you be able to provide for them and keep them safe? The best way to prepare for the future is not through fancy tools and gadgets—it’s experience and knowledge that will best equip you to handle the unexpected.­Everyone begins somewhere, especially with disaster preparedness. In 52 Prepper's Projects, you’ll find a project for every week of the year, designed to start you off with the foundations of disaster preparedness and taking you through a variety of projects that will increase your knowledge in self-­reliance and help you acquire the actual know-­how to prepare for anything.­Self-­reliance isn’t about building a bunker and waiting for the end of the world. It’s about understanding the necessities in life and gaining the knowledge and skill sets that will make you better prepared for whatever life throws your way. 52 Prepper's Projects is the ultimate instructional guide to preparedness, and a must-­have book for those with their eye on . . .

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Recorded 29th May 2010 and first published in Interviews-­Artists Volume Two, sculptor David Nash takes a tour of his retrospective exhibition with Cv/VAR, held in four galleries of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Moving from one gallery to another he describes his work with the tree, in the ways of engagement with its natural character and life force, with techniques of charred and sectioned pieces of a sometimes monumental scale.

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Author: James NashYear published: 1884Book contributor: Oxford UniversityLanguage: English1 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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Author: James Henry MacLafferty, John Henry Nash, Tomoyé Press , Paul Elder and CompanyPublisher: P. ElderYear published: 1910Book contributor: University of CaliforniaLanguage: English1 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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This book is a story of how two architects became involved in a project managed by a woman, the Assistant Director of Development for a major Hotel-­Casino chain, who for the first time is in charge of a large project; a Government Architectural Competition to select a developer to design and construct a Hotel-­Casino on Yucca Mountain, Nevada. This book is dedicated to her, the women who contribute to producing the built environment and the architects who work with her to produce a winning Competition Design Submission. Part I, The Challenge, describes the process they followed to develop and produce the submission materials and the events that contributed to and impeded the progress of their work. The Parts that follow continue the project, to its completion. This book is rich in interesting people, places, predicaments, adventures, information, insights, wisdom and lessons learned in an easy to read, and enjoy, writing style.

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To find out more information about Rowman & Littlefield titles please visit us at www.­rowmanlittlefield.­com.

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Recorded 29th May 2010 and first published in Interviews-­Artists Volume Two, sculptor David Nash takes a tour of his retrospective exhibition with Cv/VAR, held in four galleries of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Moving from one gallery to another he describes his work with the tree, in the ways of engagement with its natural character and life force, with techniques of charred and sectioned pieces of a sometimes monumental scale.

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A fast paced and exciting journey into the dark underbelly of modern day Australia
In the arid expanses of the red deserts of Australia's Northern Territory a killer is preying on young girls. Dubbed 'The Dingo' by the media he stalks his prey ruthlessly and disappears without trace.

Eager to catch the killer, the police call on the unique talents of Melbourne's finest, ex British cop, Lawrence James and leading criminal psychologist Jesse Sandersen.

Another young girl disappears and there is a race against time to catch the killer. In trying to catch the killer the pair disturb dark secrets from the past that many would rather remain buried.
James has also got unfinished business with Melbourne crime kingpin, Cyrus Bain. James is due to take the stand as a key witness against the gangster who will do whatever it takes to stay out of jail..

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Recorded 29th May 2010 and first published in Interviews-­Artists Volume Two, sculptor David Nash takes a tour of his retrospective exhibition with Cv/VAR, held in four galleries of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Moving from one gallery to another he describes his work with the tree, in the ways of engagement with its natural character and life force, with techniques of charred and sectioned pieces of a sometimes monumental scale.

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This collection shows the depth and range of James Joyce's relationship with key literary, intellectual and cultural issues that arose in the nineteenth century. Thirteen original essays explore several new themes in Joyce studies, connecting Joyce's writing to that of his predecessors, and linking Joyce's formal innovations to his reading of, and immersion in, nineteenth-­century life. The volume begins by addressing Joyce's relationships with fictional forms in nineteenth-­century and turn-­of-­the-­century Ireland. Further sections explore the rise of new economies of consumption and Joyce's formal adaptations of major intellectual figures and issues. What emerges is a portrait of Joyce as he has not previously been seen, giving scholars and students of fin-­de-­siècle culture, literary modernism and English and Irish literature fresh insight into one of the most important writers of the past century.

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