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New Scientist 25 October 2014
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New Scientist  25 October 2014

New Scientist is superbly written, features great design and photography throughout and is accessible to anyone interested in science, regardless of their level of knowledge or qualifications. Each issue of this great weekly mag brings you all the news from the world of science, covering every discipline such as physics, biology, chemistry and some wonderfully advanced ideas such as quantum mechanics and string theory.
 
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Tags: science, Scientist, great, biology, world
New Scientist The Collection Issue Four 2014
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New Scientist The Collection  Issue Four 2014

New Scientist is superbly written, features great design and photography throughout and is accessible to anyone interested in science, regardless of their level of knowledge or qualifications. Each issue of this great weekly mag brings you all the news from the world of science, covering every discipline such as physics, biology, chemistry and some wonderfully advanced ideas such as quantum mechanics and string theory.
 
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Tags: science, Scientist, great, chemistry, covering
Building Great Sentences: Exploring the Writer's Craft [Audio]
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Building Great Sentences: Exploring the Writer's Craft [Audio][hide]]Great writing begins—and ends—with the sentence.
Whether two words ("Jesus wept.") or 1,287 words (a sentence in William Faulkner's Absalom! Absalom!), sentences have the power to captivate, entertain, motivate, educate, and, most importantly, delight.
Understanding the variety of ways to construct sentences, from the smallest clause to the longest sentence, is important to enhancing your appreciation of great writing and potentially improving your own.

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Tags: sentence, Great, sentences, writing, words, Absalom
A Great and Monstrous Thing: London in the Eighteenth Century
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A Great and Monstrous Thing: London in the Eighteenth Century

London in the eighteenth century was a new city, risen from the ashes of the Great Fire of 1666 that had destroyed half its homes and great public buildings. The century that followed was an era of vigorous expansion and large-scale projects, of rapidly changing culture and commerce, as huge numbers of people arrived in the shining city, drawn by its immense wealth and power and its many diversions.
 
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Advertising in a Digital Age: Best Practices for AdWords and Social Media Advertising
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Advertising in a Digital Age: Best Practices for AdWords and Social Media Advertising

Advertising in a Digital Age is a very informative book written by Gabriella Taylor. This book gives a great overview of how online marketing has changed over the years. Not only does it give a great little history of online marketing but it also gives some of the latest techniques. This book is great for novices and pros alike as there a little of something for everyone.
 
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Founders' Son: A Life of Abraham Lincoln
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Founders' Son: A Life of Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln grew up in the long shadow of the Founding Fathers. Seeking an intellectual and emotional replacement for his own taciturn father, Lincoln turned to the great men of the founding—Washington, Paine, Jefferson—and their great documents—the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution—for knowledge, guidance, inspiration, and purpose. Out of the power vacuum created by their passing, Lincoln emerged from among his peers as the true inheritor of the Founders’ mantle, bringing their vision to bear on the Civil War and the question of slavery.
 
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Great Catherine: The Life of Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia [Audiobook]
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Great Catherine: The Life of Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia [Audiobook]

Prize-winning historian and biographer, Carolly Erickson has created an eminently readable biography that recognizes the humanity of Great Catherine - Empress of Russia - with her majesty and immense capability. Dispelling some of the myths surrounding her voracious sexual appetite, the biographer portrays Catherine as a lonely woman far ahead of her time - achieving greatness in an era when women were executed on a husband's whim.
 
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Tags: Catherine, Great, Empress, biographer, Russia