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Naval Aivation News : July 1, 1944: July 1, 1944

By: U.S. Navy

Description: Flagship Publication of Naval Aviation — The Navy's Oldest Periodical — Est. 1917.

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Mech Magazine : Fall 2008: Fall 2008

By: Lieutenant David Robb, Editor

Description: Naval Safety Center magazine on Navy and Marine Corps aviation maintenance.

Mishaps cost time and resources. They take our Sailors, Marines and civilian employees away from their units and workplaces and put them in hospitals, wheelchairs and coffins. Mishaps ruin equipment and weapons. They diminish our readiness. This magazine’s goal is to help make sure that personnel can devote their time and energy to the mission. We believe there is only one way to do any task: the way that follows the rules and takes precautions against hazards. Combat is...

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Physical Review : Volume 3

By: American Institute of Physics; American Physical Society; Cornell University; American Physical Society. Proceedings of the American Physical Society

Additional Subjects: Physique

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Children : Year 1966

By: United States. Office of Child Development; United States. Children's Bureau

Crimean War, 1853-1856

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Fire and für : The Last Sorcerer Dragony

By: Roger C. Schlobin

A vivid and descriptive novel in search of a feature-length, animated film, Fire and Fur might more properly be called "Smart Dragons, Dumb Choices.? It is set in the pre-human Gobi desert and draws on Chinese mythology. Its major characters are dragons and cats. Of course, the cats do speak (often caustically) since a few dragons are interesting enough (cats can still speak but no one is interesting enough to talk to anymore). Fire and Fur?s plot concerns the dragons' t...

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International Affairs Fy 2007 Budget- Briefing for Acfva February ...

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: International Affairs: -- FY 2007, priorities -- $6.2 bil. for Global War on Terror -- $3.4 Bil. for PEPFAR -- $3 Bil. for Millennium Challenge: Corporation -- $2.7 Bil. for USAID?s DA and Child Survival -- $2.5 Bil. for disaster, refugee and conflict assistance, food aid and famine relief -- Biggest increases: MCC and PEPFAR ...

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United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation Rural Development...

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: Massive recent withdrawal by the State (privatization, deregulation and finance policies of restricted public spending) initially fuelled a large-scale reduction in public institutions? intervention capacity and, in rural development terms, triggered a contraction in the public institutions which had been furnishing agricultural services, the down-scaling or abolishment of subsidies and the privatization of certain agricultural support services. Rural developmen...

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Mech Magazine : Summer 2007: Summer 2007

By: Lieutenant David Robb, Editor

Description: Naval Safety Center magazine on Navy and Marine Corps aviation maintenance.

Mishaps cost time and resources. They take our Sailors, Marines and civilian employees away from their units and workplaces and put them in hospitals, wheelchairs and coffins. Mishaps ruin equipment and weapons. They diminish our readiness. This magazine’s goal is to help make sure that personnel can devote their time and energy to the mission. We believe there is only one way to do any task: the way that follows the rules and takes precautions against hazards. Combat is...

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Health Statistics Series B No 21

By: Forrest E. Linder, Ph. D.
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Naval Aviation News : April 1948: April 1948

By: U.S. Navy

Description: Flagship Publication of Naval Aviation — The Navy's Oldest Periodical — Est. 1917.

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Agricultural Outlook : April 1992: April 1992

By: Usda

Description: This report contains articles covering commodity markets and trade, farm policy, and other food- and agriculture-related topics. Each issue includes data on individual commodities, farm income, the general economy, agricultural trade, and agricultue related issues.

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A Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language

By: Lorrin Andrews

It was the intention of the author of this volume to make some extended remarks concerning the character, peculiarities and extent of the hawaiian language, by way of preface or introduction; but the want of physical strength, and especially of mental energy, has induced him to forego such an attempt and be contented with a mere history of the manner in which this dictionary has come into existence. The history of hawaiian lexicography is short.

Hawaiian is but a dialect of the great Polynesian language, which is spoken with extraordinary uniformity over all the numerous islands of the Pacific Ocean between New Zealand and Hawaii. Again, the Polynesian language is but one member of that wide-spread family of languages, known as the Malayo-Polynesian or Oceanic family, which extends from Madagascar to the Hawaiian Islands, and from New Zealand to Formosa. The Hawaiian dialect is peculiarly interesting to the...

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1980 Intermountain Outdoor Symposium : May 14-16, 1980, Butte, Mon...

By: Intermountain Outdoor Symposium (1980; Butte, Mont.); Miller, M. Ann; Montana. Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks. Conservation Education Division
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Died and Moved In

By: Christine Jones

Sarah wanted to escape the city life and her wealthy family. Moving from mainland Australia, she purchased a farm in Tasmania. Persistent, yet green to rural living, the new next door neighbour has her attention and she is out to win his heart in the most embarrassing ways. A family tragedy turns her life upside down and her little farm into spook central. Learn the secrets of the after life; you too may have many freeloaders at your address and not all were once human. ...

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Debt Conslolidation Sample Letters for Free Description

By: Jason Holmes and Peter Samuels

This e-book is a complete collection on different debt related letters which will guide you to write a good letter to your creditor. http://www.debtconsolidationcare.com

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French Natural Remedies & Recipes from Beautiful Tasmania

By: Christiane Guise

The remote upper Liffey Valley is a natural herb garden. Beneath the great rock cliffs of Taytitikitheeker (Drys Bluff) and along the Tellerpanger (Liffey River) is a kaleidoscope of forests, ferneries, shrubberies, mosses and fungi. The native heart berries and the pepper brushes, the mountain cresses and the tiny sweet ?cherries? of the ancient ecosystem, give way in the farmlands to mint, hawthorn and briar, and the organic herb farms brought with great care from other continents.

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African Colonization : An Address Delivered before the American Co...

By: Orcutt, John, 1807-1879; American Colonization Society
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Opening Statement of Dr. Richard L. Thurston 1 Vice President and ...

By: Dr. Richard L. Thurston

Government Reference Publication

Introduction. The Founding Fathers of the United States of America provided in the Constitution for Congress ?to promote the progress of science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries.? 3 U.S. Patent system proponents argue that the patent grant created by the Founding Fathers creates the potential for financial and other economic returns to the inventor, thus providing ince...

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Mermellissa

By: Janaki Sooriyarachchi

Mermellissa is an orphan who is not loved by the family she lives with. Though she always tries to please them, they never even hug her. On her birthday, Mermellissa is feeling very sad until she meets a sea monster who gives her a wonderful present - friendship.

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Ades Web Magazine: Venice

By: Manuel Balossi

There’s no place like Venice in the world: you’ll fall in love with its canals and bridges and spectacular views. Rich in museums and historical buildings, you’ll soon find that its fame is really deserved

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