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Views of Europe (Britannica Learning Library)
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Views of Europe (Britannica Learning Library)Where is the Emerald Isle? Why was the Berlin Wall built and torn down? What is a fjord? What city in Eastern Europe was called “Little Paris”?
In Views of Europe, you’ll discover answers to these questions and many more. Through pictures, articles, and fun facts, you’ll learn about the people, traditions, landscapes, and history that make up many of the countries and cities of Europe.
 
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Legends, Myths, and Folktales: Celebrate the stories that have moved the world for centuries (Britannica Learning Library)
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Legends, Myths, and Folktales: Celebrate the stories that have moved the world for centuries (Britannica Learning Library)What was Excalibur? Who stabbed a one-eyed man-eating giant? Where do Jataka tales come from? Was the “Trojan horse” really a horse?
In Legends, Myths, and Folktales, you’ll discover answers to these questions and many more. Through pictures, articles, stories, and fun facts, you’ll learn about the exciting, magical tales that have entertained us for centuries, taught us right from wrong, and explained the many mysteries of the world.
 
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Wildlife Wonders (Britannica Learning Library)
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Wildlife Wonders (Britannica Learning Library)What kind of bears aren’t really bears? What’s inside a camel’s hump? Will a mongoose and a cobra ever be friends? Where would you find a platypus?
In Wildlife Wonders, you’ll discover answers to these questions and many more. Through pictures, articles, and fun facts, you’ll encounter amazing animals, study their actions, and learn how their habitats have changed over time.
 
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The 48 laws of power
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The 48 laws of power The 48 laws of power
"Learning the game of power requires a certain way of looking at the world, a shifting of perspective," writes Robert Greene. Mastery of one's emotions and the arts of deception and indirection are, he goes on to assert, essential. The 48 laws outlined in this book "have a simple premise: certain actions always increase one's power ... while others decrease it and even ruin us."
The laws cull their principles from many great schemers--and scheming instructors--throughout history, from Sun-Tzu to Talleyrand, from Casanova to con man Yellow Kid Weil. They are straightforward in their amoral simplicity: "Get others to do the work for you, but always take the credit," or "Discover each man's thumbscrew."
Each chapter provides examples of the consequences of observance or transgression of the law, along with "keys to power," potential "reversals" (where the converse of the law might also be useful), and a single paragraph cleverly laid out to suggest an image (such as the aforementioned thumbscrew); the margins are filled with illustrative quotations. Practitioners of one-upmanship have been given a new, comprehensive training manual, as up-to-date as it is timeless. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Tourism and Catering - Workshop
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Tourism and Catering - WorkshopКнига из серии Workshop издательства Oxford University Press. Уровень Lower-Intermediate.
A series of Workbooks offering practical English lessons for school students preparing for work. 

Workshop Workbook prepares students studying a selected vocational topic (Tourism and Catering) for the English they will need in the real world. The series is the perfect complement to a general English coursebook.

 
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Science 14 November 2008
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Changes regarding our Weekly Mailcast - Изменения в процедуре подписки на еженедельную рассылку
 
 
Dear friends!
As you know, our mailcast containing to the latest submitted materials and direct links to the publication is sent every weekend.
In your profile page there is a little change now: new clickable line "Unsubscribe from our weekly mailcast with the latest publications and direct links to the articles" (or "Отказаться от получения еженедельного уведомления о последних добавленных материалах с прямыми ссылками на публикации." in the Russian version).
Simply click it if you want to unsubscribe - anytime.
Once you have clicked it, it'll change to the opposite - if at some time in future you change your mind and decide that you want to subscribe again - just click the ''Subscribe to our weekly mailcast with the latest publications and direct links to the articles" and you'll be receiving our mailcast again.
 
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