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ABCs of Longarm Quilting

by Patricia C Barry

This long-arm quilting book accomplishes what other references only strive to, by instructing serious quilters in the manner they learn best - using a variety of teaching styles. Whether you favor precise plans...


1911 The First 100 Years: The First 100 Years

by Patrick Sweeney

In 1911, the history of firearms changed forever with the adoption of the greatest pistol ever designed, the Automatic Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911--known today simply as the 1911. Now, in one fascinating, illustrated...


Bounded Bureaucracy and the Budgetary Process in the United States

by Jay Eungha Ryu

Bureaucracies have been criticized from various perspectives and blamed for a variety of failings. This book provides solid data on how bureaucracies can expedite information processing and reduce organizational...


Introduction to Robust Estimation and Hypothesis Testing

by Rand R. Wilcox

This revised book provides a thorough explanation of the foundation of robust methods, incorporating the latest updates on R and S-Plus, robust ANOVA (Analysis of Variance) and regression. It guides advanced...


Introduction to Optimum Design

by Jasbir Arora

Optimization is a mathematical tool developed in the early 1960's used to find the most efficient and feasible solutions to an engineering problem. It can be used to find ideal shapes and physical configurations,...


F.O.C.U.S.: Living the Lord's Prayer

Pompey Elliott

by Ross McMullin

Updated to include a foreword by Les Carlyon, this comprehensive, rich biography of the great Australian general vividly examines Elliott's origins and youth, his peacetime careers as a lawyer and politician,...


Easy Organic Gardening and Moon Planting

by Lyn Bagnall

A practicable and better alternative to chemical-dependent and environmentally unsustainable cultivation practices, organic gardening prevents soil damage and results in more nutritious food as well as fewer...


Farewell, Dear People: Biographies of Australia's Lost Generation

by Ross McMullin

For Australia, a new nation with a relatively small population, the death of 60,000 soldiers during World War I was catastrophic. This book seeks to retrieve the stories of the extraordinary individuals who...


Good Health in the 21st Century: A Family Doctor's Unconventional Guide

by Dr. Carole Hungerford

This encyclopedic health guide provides an extraordinary amount of accessible information and presents a radically different way of maintaining well-being. Rejecting the routine cocktails of medication with...


Modern Manglish: Gobbledygook Made Plain

by Neil James, Harold Scruby & Alan Moir

In a humorous and thoughtful way, this discussion explores English-language usage, including the traditional linguistic traps of mixed metaphors and mispronunciation, new words and old clichés, euphemisms,...


Sideshow: Dumbing Down Democracy

by Lindsay Tanner

Written by former Australian Labor Party federal minister for finance Lindsay Tanner, this insider’s perspective demonstrates how media coverage of Australian politics is becoming distorted, trivial, and juvenile,...


And the Show Went On: Cultural Life in Nazi-occupied Paris

by Alan Riding

On June 14, 1940, German tanks rolled into a silent and deserted Paris. Eight days later, a humbled France accepted defeat along with foreign occupation. The only consolation was that, while the swastika now...


The County Community in Seventeenth Century England and Wales

by Jacqueline Eales & Andrew Hopper

Honoring the memory of Professor Alan Everitt—who advanced the fruitful notion of the "county community" during the 17th century—this volume proposes some modifications to Everitt’s influential hypotheses...


Like a Meteor Blazing Brightly: The Short but Controversial Life of Colonel Ulric Dahlgren

by Eric J. Wittenberg

The only biography on Ulric Dahlgren, a brilliant, ambitious young man who became the youngest full colonel in the United States Army at the age of 21 yet died before his 22nd birthday, this account chronicles...


By George: Hilarious Tales from England's Most Fantical Football Supporters

by David Stanfield

Meet Stan and his mates. They are football fanatics, enthusiastic followers of the English national team—so far, so normal, right? Wrong. You've probably already spotted them on TV, or maybe at an England...


The Top Gear Story: The 100% Unofficial Story of the Most Famous Car Show . . . In the World

by Martin Roach

The full story of the unstoppable rise of Clarkson, Hammond, May, and the Stig—and how they created one of the most famous TV shows of the 21st century

 

Reaching a peak in the 1990s thanks to presenter Jeremy...


Mad Dog

by Johnny Adair

Johnny "Mad Dog" Adair earned his reputation as a paramilitary leader seeking freedom and peace in Northern Ireland. The authorities hold him responsible for 41 murders and he became known as the most feared...


Handbook of HIV and Social Work: Principles, Practice, and Populations

by Cynthia Cannon Poindexter

Praise for Handbook of HIV and Social Work

"Cynthia Cannon Poindexter has given us a remarkable edited volume that contains much information on HIV that every professional social worker needs to know in order...


Piers Morgan: The Biography

by Emily Herbert

The real story behind the man who scored one of the biggest gigs in television, replacing Larry King as the anchor on his CNN show Piers Morgan's talents seem to know no bounds—he's interviewed scores of...