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Finalmente L'Alba
Author: S. Rivalta
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1542974356
Pages: 226
Year: 2017-02-08
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Malenotti, promosso vice questore, torna alla squadra mobile di Roma, dopo un periodo trascorso a dirigere un commissariato di periferia. Si trova subito alle prese con alcune misteriose vicende.Ritrova Caterina, ex compagna di scuola, avvenente quarantenne che arrotonda i suoi guadagni facendo incontri sadomaso a pagamento. Durante un incontro in un motel sul raccordo anulare diventa testimone involontaria di una misteriosa rapina ai danni di un suo cliente, Lazar Kubati, un albanese da anni residente in Italia, viene trovato morto alla periferia di Roma, ucciso da due colpi di pistola di grosso calibro e una giovane informatica, Isabella Ripanti, che lavora in una dinamica societ� di sviluppo software, la SofTech, scompare misteriosamente.Tre fatti, apparentemente scollegati tra loro, impegnano gli uomini della squadra mobile in questo nuovo romanzo.
Them ornery Mitchum boys
Author: John Mitchum
Publisher:
ISBN: 0940064073
Pages: 378
Year: 1989
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No Regrets, Coyote
Author: John Dufresne
Publisher: Serpent's Tail
ISBN: 1782830294
Pages: 406
Year: 2014-02-13
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It's Christmas Eve in Eden, Florida, and Wylie 'Coyote' Melville, professional therapist and hobbyist forensic consultant, is called to the scene of a horrific crime at a quiet suburban address. Wylie has enough on his plate as it is, his father is slipping deeper into the clutches of Alzheimer's, his new kitten Django is wreaking havoc with the soft furnishings and a homeless man has taken up residence on his front lawn. But a local family has been found brutally slain in their own home, and Wylie's friend Detective Sergeant Carlos O'Brien wants him to use his rare ability to 'read minds', to see the clues. So he starts his own haphazard investigation, but with suspicions of mob involvement and the police strangely keen to shut down Wylie's amateur operation, he might be biting off more than he can chew. No Regrets, Coyote is a wild ride to the dark heart of the Florida underworld. For fans of Christopher Brookmyre, Carl Hiaasen and Elmore Leonard, and introduces a brilliantly original detective with the crime scene skills of Sherlock Holmes and the personal life of Jeff 'the Dude' Lebowski.
Sicily Culinary Traditions
Author: Rosario Tomarchio
Publisher: Mnamon
ISBN: 8898470436
Pages: 27
Year: 2014-02-06
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We'll be taking, along with this young Sicilian author, a short trip through some cooking traditions. Here below are described the preparations of the most famous Sicilian dishes, but we also take advantage of this opportunity to read the specifications of a DOC of Ebrodi and of some legends about the island's rich culinary variety.
Politics of the Sword
Author: Steven C. Hughes
Publisher:
ISBN: 0814210724
Pages: 360
Year: 2007
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"Steven C. Hughes argues that this extraordinary increase in chivalric combat occurred because the duel played an important role in the formation, consolidation, and functioning of united Italy. The code of honor that lay at the heart of the dueling ethic offered a common model and bond of masculine identity for those patriotic elites who, having created a country of great variety and contrast for often contradictory motives, had to then deal with the consequences. Thus dueling became an iconic weapon of struggle during the Risorgimento, and, as Italy performed poorly on the stage of great power politics, it continued to offer images of martial valor and manly discipline. It also enhanced the social and political power of the new national elites, whose monopoly over chivalric honor helped reinforce the disenfranchisement of the masses.
Statistical Methods in Environmental Epidemiology
Author: Duncan C. Thomas
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0191552682
Pages: 449
Year: 2014-06-30
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Environmental epidemiology is the study of the environmental causes of disease in populations and how these risks vary in relation to intensity and duration of exposure and other factors like genetic susceptibility. As such, it is the basic science upon which governmental safety standards and compensation policies for environmental and occupational exposure are based. Profusely illustrated with examples from the epidemiologic literature on ionizing radiation and air pollution, thistext provides a systematic treatment of the statistical challenges that arise in environmental health studies and the use epidemiologic data in formulating public policy, at a level suitable for graduate students and epidemiologic researchers.After a general overview of study design and statistical methods for epidemiology generally, the book goes on to address the problems that are unique to environmental health studies, special-purpose designs like two-phase case-control studies and countermatching, statistical methods for modeling exposure-time-response relationships, longitudinal and time-series studies, spatial and ecologic methods, exposure measurement error, interactions, and mechanistic models. It also discusses studiesaimed at evaluating the public health benefits of interventions to improve the environment, the use of epidemiologic data to establish environmental safety standards and compensation policy, and concludes with emerging problems in reproductive epidemiology, natural and man-made disasters like globalwarming, and the global burden of environmentally caused disease. No other book provides such a broad perspective on the methodological challenges in this field at a level accessible to both epidemiologists and statisticians.
Making Money
Author: Owen Johnson
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 327
Year: 1915
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Captain's Diary 2008: A Season of Tests, Turmoil and Twenty20
Author: Ricky Ponting
Publisher: HarperCollins Australia
ISBN: 0730449629
Pages: 384
Year: 2010-07-01
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It was one thing for the Aussie cricket team to become world champions; staying No. 1 is a whole new ball game. 'When the Australian team talks about playing aggressively, we are committing ourselves to playing hard. there's nothing given and there's nothing asked to be given.' - RICKY PONtING, OCtOBER 6, 2007 the Australian cricket team's program for 2007-08 was as hectic as ever, featuring the ICC World twenty20 and matches against Sri Lanka, India, New Zealand and the West Indies. As well, many of the Australian players were involved in the inaugural season of the Indian Premier League. Yet when the season began, no one could have imagined it would generate the headlines it did. Much of this coverage came from the acrimonious battles between Australia and India, both in a one-day series in India and then in the tests in Australia that followed. Ricky Ponting was confronted with a series of controversies that none of his predecessors as Australian captain had faced, and now, in Captain's Diary 2008, he explains his side of the story. Many players, including Ponting, who are more used to being treated as heroes, were suddenly cast as villains. Did they really deserve the level of criticism that came their way? the Australian team has changed greatly in the past two years. Having lost a number of champions in 2007, a few more stars - most notably Adam Gilchrist - retired in 2008, and here Ponting pays tribute. He also traces the astounding rise of twenty20, and offers his view as to where this exciting new form of cricket might take the game he loves.
The Fields of Yesterday
Author: Alfred Duncan
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1462805329
Pages: 265
Year: 2008-08-05
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The Fields of Yesterday is about the life of Alfred Duncan. It begins in a small Arkansas town in 1929 and in a chronological manner follows his life for over seven decades. Several things set his life apart and makes it interesting. They are related to the gifts and abilities that he was blessed with and how he has used them. The hardships of the 1930s and somewhat into the mid 1940s had a profound effect on shaping him into the man he became. He had a strong work ethic and did not expect anything from life that he had not earned in some way. The concept of an entitlement was totally foreign to him and for the most part, those of his generation as well. His friends and the games they played give an interesting insight into what children used to do with their idle time. His work and actual employment when still a child also gives good insight into how things were with many families in the 1930s and 1940s. Being a shoe-shine boy gave him some insight into human nature as well as did being a newspaper delivery boy. Even though he did not realize it at the time, those things were teaching him good business practices, organization and administration. All that would be of great value to him in the years to come. His time in the United States Navy in 1948 1952 continued his preparation for life in a much different manner. One specific skill in the area of woodworking was especially honed as he served as one of only fifty Patternmakers in the entire United States Navy. His travels into waters off Europe, North Africa and western Asia gave him exposures to other cultures as he visited small towns and large cities in those areas of the world. Our nations economic difficulties in the early and mid 1950s was in the mix for making decisions that involved marriage, family, moving and putting down roots. That was expected to turn out as a typical American dream, meaning a home, a good job and a secure future. Several things contributed to that dream becoming a realitynot the least being his employment by Dixie Cup Company. Added to that was schooling under the G.I. Bill and finally the establishment of a sideline occupation. His high school training in Architectural and Mechanical Drawing plus added studies by correspondence combined with his experience as a Patternmaker enabled him to hang up his shingle as an Architectural, Mechanical and Patent Draftsman. That opened doors to a new level of relationships with people as well as added income to the family. During those years he and his family had settled into regular participation in the life of their church and that brought them into a deeper understanding of what it means to be a Christian, or maybe better, A Follower of Christ. That understanding also brought some unrest to Mr. Duncans life in the form of career dissatisfaction and a seeking for what God was leading him to do. After several months of prayer and thought he determined that God was calling him to enter the Pastoral Ministry. The settled life that he and his family had been living suddenly became unsettled. A rural church invited him to serve as their Pastor, and with that, move into their parsonage. Some burning the bridges decisions were made as they sold the home they had worked so hard for and he quit his job that had been the source of economic security. This was starting all over at age thirty, and involved entering into an area where he had no prior experience. The years that followed, and the record of the churches he served, reveal the victories and the defeats that are so much a part of being a Pastor. His life was indeed a great adventure and this book will certainly inspire others to meet life with courage as they trust God to supply their every need.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Making Millions on the Internet
Author: Nat Gertler, Rod Underhill
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0789722984
Pages: 294
Year: 2000
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Kitchen Pro Series: Guide to Purchasing
Author: Thomas Schneller, Brad Matthews, Culinary Institute of America
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1133416799
Pages: 320
Year: 2011-04-07
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The KITCHENPRO SERIES: GUIDE TO PURCHASING, 1st edition is the sixth text in the series. By combining real-life situations in food industry purchasing and adding in candid explanations of situations that have been encountered through many years in the food industry, Chef Thomas Schneller along with Brad Matthews have written a text specific to procurement in the food industry. Their vast knowledge of this field gained from years of experience make this text detailed not only in buying ingredients but also on the procurement of equipment as well as finding, identifying and assessing the proper vendor. The text will answer questions about establishing and maintaining vendor relationships, ethical considerations, and enables the buyer to make decisions accurately Since the food industry is full of trends that change frequently, GUIDE TO PURCHASING will help the buyer to understand the importance of trends and how to make the right decision in ordering ingredients by writing product specifications for food service vendors. GUIDE TO PURCHASING is more than a reference tool and a guide for those in the field it but is written in an engaging style so that the reader will learn a variety of purchasing options and product specifications. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Labour Supply and Microsimulation
Author: John Creedy
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN:
Pages: 327
Year: 2006-01-01
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This book provides a detailed introduction to behavioural tax microsimulation methods and reviews the use of such models for evaluating tax policy reforms.
Scorched Earth
Author: Warren Murphy, Richard Sapir
Publisher: Don Mills : Worldwide
ISBN: 0373632207
Pages: 349
Year: 1996
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As the White House and Pentagon cover up with reflective tinfoil to ward off deadly superheated rays from an invisible object in space that vaporized biobubble habitat scientists, Remo and Chiun are sent to Russia to stop the attacks before World War III breaks out. Original.
The Autograph Book
Author: Ramona Scarborough
Publisher: Ramona Scarborough
ISBN: 1432727184
Pages: 256
Year: 2008-08
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In 1900, Jansje, a shy 27 year old spinster, travels from the Netherlands to a small town in Nebraska, settled by people who speak mostly Dutch.
The Nanny
Author: Tess Stimson
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447249488
Pages: 400
Year: 2013-05-23
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You can trust her with your child, but can you trust her with your husband? Clare Elias has always known the risks of being married to a rich, handsome, younger man like Marc. But when she gives birth to two gorgeous babies, she discovers motherhood isn’t quite the cinch she’d expected, yet Marc takes to parenthood like a duck to water. Desperate to regain her independence running a successful chain of boutique flower shops, Clare hires Jenna, a confident, efficient nanny keen to escape a relationship that is going horribly wrong. But before too long, a deadly rivalry emerges, and as events spiral out of control, Clare finds herself forced to make painful decisions about love, loyalty and motherhood. Previously published as THE CRADLE SNATCHER, THE NANNY is a story you won't want to miss.