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To Sail Beyond the Sunset : Natural History in Australia 1699-1829

By: Ph.D. C. M. Finney

...To Sail Beyond the Sunset: Natural History in Australia 1699-1829 by Colin M. Finney provides fascinating reading on the development of natural history in Australia beginning with the first incredulous reactions by Dampier to the kangaroo. All of the 1...

...APTER EIGHT Penetrating the Interior: 1811–18 CHAPTER NINE Coastal Exploration—British and French: 1819–12 CHAPTER TEN The Infrastructure of Natural History: 1821–28 EPILOGUE Scientific index: hard copy only General index: hard copy only ...

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Natural History of Selborne, The

By: Gilbert White

... 1784 to his death in 1793, living most of his life in the village. The book is in the form of a collection of letters to two friends, discussing the natural history of the areas that he knew, and natural history in general. White's intense curiosity and his love for the world about him flow through his simple, straightforward style, and a gentle sense of humour colours ma...

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Natural History Volume 2, The

By: Pliny the Elder ; John Bostock

...Naturalis Historia (Latin for Natural History) is an encyclopedia published circa AD 77-79 by Pliny the Elder. It is one of the largest single works to have survived from the Roman empire to the modern day and purports to cov...

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Natural History Volume 1, The

By: Pliny the Elder ; John Bostock

...Naturalis Historia (Latin for Natural History) is an encyclopedia published circa AD 77-79 by Pliny the Elder. It is one of the largest single works to have survived from the Roman empire to the modern day and purports to cov...

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The Teaching of Djwhal Khul - New Esoteric Astrology, 1 : Esoteric Natural Science, Volume 3

By: Tatiana Danina

..., the continuation of the Teaching of the Himalayan Ascended Master Djwhal Khul. The sixth book of the series "The teaching of Djwhal Khul - Esoteric Natural History". This is scientific interpretation of the meaning of astrological influences. Totally unexpected astronomical information. Detailed adjustments in connection with the changes that have taken place in the fir...

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Elements of Botany, The

By: William Ruschenberger

...The Elements of Botany is one of seven in a Series of First Books of Natural History Prepared for the Use of Schools and Colleges. It is a succinct little textbook that presents a solid introduction to plant science. (Summary by A.Gramour)...

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Tale of Major Monkey, The

By: Arthur Scott Bailey

...hur Scott Bailey was the author of more than forty children's books. Mr. Bailey centered all his plots in the animal, bird and insect worlds, weaving natural history into the stories in a way that won educator's approval without arousing the suspicions of his young readers. (Summary Wikipedia)...

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The Natural State, In the Words of U.G. Krishnamurti

By: U.G. Krishnamurti, Edited by Peter Maverick

... structure that encases human beings. U.G. calls this state he is in "the natural state", and he functions with great clarity and efficiency in this... ...ou do in the pursuit of truth or reality takes you away from your own very natural state in which you always are. It's not something you can acquire,... ...for what already is there to express itself. That is why I call this your natural state. You're always in that state. What prevents what is there fro... ...g course downhill, but he says that at the time his life seemed perfectly natural to him. Later, religious- minded people were to use the mystics' ph... ...what was happening. It was a strange situation. The state is something natural. Do you see the swellings here? Yesterday was the new moon. The bo... ...robably something happened to so many hundreds of people. This is part of history—so many rishis, some Westerners, monks, so many women, and sometime... ... acausal. It seems to have happened to some people during the course of history. Each one has given expression to that uniqueness in their own way... ...resulted in massacre, murder, assassination and wars. This is a matter of history, not my opinion. It is the same thing everywhere. All our political... ... that, in some cases, the body can renew itself. At that point, the entire history of the individual, located in the body's genetic structure, no lon...

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Montezuma's Castle and Other Weird Tales

By: Charles B. Cory

...This is a collection of weird tales inspired from the natural history expeditions of the author, an independently wealthy bird collector, Olympic golfer, writer of many books on birds of the world, and, as evidenced in these pages, a fine storyteller to boot. (Summary by A. Gram...

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The Devil‘S Legacy- to Earth Mortals. Being the Key Note to Black Arts!! Witchcraft, Devination , Omens, Forewarnings, Apparitions, Sorcery, Daemonology, Dreams, Predictions, Visions, And Compacts with the Devil!! with the Most Authentic History of Salem Witchcraft!

By: M. Young

..., PREDICTIONS, VISIONS, AND Compacts with the Devil!! WITH THE MOST AUTHENTIC HISTORY OF SALEM WITCHCRAFT! Compiled by the publisher. ... ...onfess their master, ―This is the finger of God‖! The spirit of the Jewish history loudly affirms, that the Creator of heaven and earth had ado... ...awoke, and was as clearly conscious of my dream as I am now relating it. If its natural connection and the very particular perspicuity, had not been ... ...truth, much less in a matter which contradicted all his principles. Another history of this kind, for the truth of which I can vouch, was related... ...ive, blood-curdling, hair-raising, and goose-flesh causing legends in the whole history of superstition is that of the appearance of the ―White Lady‖... ...products, as the Filbert, Walnut, Almond, etc., tend to fatness of body. Plants naturally lean emaciate those who take them; as Sarsaparilla or Lo... ... when held in the shade, and the sun suffered to shine through it, represents a natural rainbow in the air. The stone heliotropium, green, like a ja... ...owerful against all poisons; it is spotted like the panther, and therefore some naturalists have given this stone the name of pantherur; Aaron calls... ...s, say yes, good Titty.‖ But she shook her head. Bless me, said the father, how natural they seem ; and about the same time the slave pulled the ran...

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Sarmiento Y la Patagonia

By: Francisco M. Goyogana

...zado en profundidad. Desde los días de Rene Descartes y Giambattista Vico, la naturaleza de la historia con respecto a si es una ciencia, un arte o ... ...r del gobierno, se sumaron a la conformación física que incluye la producción natural y el clima, y especialmente el factor geográfico. Con el facto... ...eptos novedosos que caracterizan dos tipos de participación política, sean de naturaleza directa o indirecta; el rol del pluralismo opuesto a la cen... ...es) muestra que ocupa una parte central de la Patagonia y como consecuencia natural de su fundación ha sido destruida la integridad del territorio ... ... Escudé et al., op. cit, P. I, t. IV, p. 71; ver también Robert D. Talbott, A History of Chilean Boundaries, (Ph.D. dissertation), University of IIl... ...evisión de los artículos de Sarmiento en La Crónica son ilustrativos sobre la naturaleza del conflicto entre Sarmiento y Rosas 9,10, 11, 12 . El ... ...si se tiene en cuenta que no pudo haber leído The Influence of Sea Power Upon History publicada por el almirante norteamericano Alfred Thayer Mahan ... ...ante norteamericano Alfred Thayer Mahan en 1890, ni The Geographical Pívot of History publicada por Sir Halford J. Mackinder en 1904 12 . A través ... ..., XXXV, pp. 23-30. 15 Argentine-Chilean Boundary Report…, op. cit., p. 71; A History of Chilean Boundaries, op. cit., pp 118-119; D. F. Sarmiento, ...

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Margele Risipite

By: Florentin Smarandache

...u: literatura-obiect. Zborul unei p ăs ări, de pild ă, reprezenta un “poem natural”, care nu mai era nevoie s ă-l scrii, fiind mai palpabil şi perce... ...heory and school of using paradoxes in literary and artistic creation. C) History: “Paradoxism started as an anti-totalitarian protest aga... ...mply: object literature! “The flying of a bird”, for example, represents a “natural poem”, that is not necessary to write down, being more palpable a... ...iteratura objetiva! O vôo de um pássaro, por exemplo, representa um “poema natural”, que não é necessário ser escrito, sendo mais palpável e percept... ... littérature-objet! Le vol d`un oiseau, par exemple, représentait un poème natural” qui n`exigeait plus son écriture, parce qu`il était plus palpabl... ...uy simple: ¡Literatura objeto! “El vuelo de un pájaro£ representa un poema natural, no es necesario bajarlo a la escritura. Es más palpable y percep... ...n this style, but also plays for the theater: Metaistorie (Romanian) {Meta-History} (Romania, 1993), novels: Non Roman (Romanian) {Non Novel} (Roman... ...t-the-hair, counter-time, counter-sense creation. Also, to experiment. 2. History Paradoxism started as an anti-totalitarian protest against a clos... ...: CREATION To live for dying And die for living MULTIDISCIPLINARITY History of art Or the art of histori Please send your p pa ar ra ad do ...

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The Hitler File : A Novel of Fact

By: Sam Vaknin

...he strangest place. The scene of much mayhem throughout three millennia of tortured history, it still exudes an air of ethereal tranquility, a calmi... ...ruptly. He grunted and shifted in the horsehair armchair: “We, the Nazis were the natural allies of the Zionists – not the so called “liberal demo... ...e impotent. The rest of the Jewish- controlled world hated our new, hopeful Germany. Naturally, they showed no interest to help us solve our problems... ... war and unnecessarily and stupidly abused the nations he occupied, may of them our natural allies. His master race delusions brought ruin on my nat... ... Jewish ancestor?” She shrugged: “I think that this canard would have died a natural death had it not been for Hans Frank, a trusted lawyer w... ... “If it was merely a tactical retreat, as you say, then it was the longest one in history. Hitler spent 8 years avoiding battle with the Jews and l... ... “She does read German, doesn’t she?” “Libby graduated magna cum laude in German history, so I guess she ought to.” – I assured him – “Her German... ...e disks were put together no earlier than 5 or 6 years ago. We are not dealing with history here. We are faced with an organization which is very mu... ... peace.” “When this is over, Herr Frankenberg, we are all going to be judged by history. My aim and the aim of other like-minded fellow officers ...

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Steel Dust Dawn

By: John Richman

...Clint?” “I sure hope so. Montana, do you know anything about the Steel Dust history?” “Luke filled me in on the way down. He told me that the bi... ...“I guess that’s why I took to you so early on, Montana. You speak your mind. Naturally, I was looking for a clearer answer, but I can’t fault you f... ...sn’t sure if she went out of her way to behave so strange or if it just came natural to her, but I was slowly gettin’ used to it. I’d just sta... ... ago with Doc Winters and a week or two later, you were foreman! You have no history with the ranch or the Winters family, but you took it on yours...

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Call Me Montana

By: John Richman

...plan to leave for Laramie right away. Call Me Montana – The Beginning 45 Naturally, the Rogers were pleased to be finally getting on with their... ...k I’d seen my fill of both. Captain Daggot was obviously a man with a lot of history. He told me that before the war, he’d spent many of his Calvar... ... me with an uncomfortable feeling about the whole thing. It just didn’t seem natural. Also, the little girl told us that the neighbor Taylor had be... ...n anything to you?” “It might,” responded Masterson. “John, there’s a lot of history here and I’m not sure you want to know about it. I’ll make you... ...t I have two other brothers that figure fairly prominently in the Dodge City history. My older John E. Richman 106 brother Bat, my younger brot... ...Call Me Montana – The Beginning 115 sharing some of his own and the town’s history with me. I was particularly interested when he talked about w... ...l this. I decided to go back and get Spirit, so my appearance would look more natural. As I worked my way back through the woods, I was surprised ...

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The Geopolitics of Energy & Terrorism, Part 4

By: Iakovos Alhadeff

...alliances change and so do economic interest. Therefore what is more important for the reader is to have an idea of the global resources i.e. oil and natural gas in my essays, because global resources change at a much lower pace than economic interests and economic alliances. ...

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The Geopolitics of Energy & Terrorism, Part 5

By: Iakovos Alhadeff
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The Geopolitics of Energy and Terrorism, Part 2

By: Iakovos Alhadeff
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The Geopolitics of Energy & Terrorism, Part 3

By: Iakovos Alhadeff

...alliances change and so do economic interest. Therefore what is more important for the reader is to have an idea of the global resources i.e. oil and natural gas in my essays, because global resources change at a much lower pace than economic interests and economic alliances. The alliances and conflicts I describe in my essays might not exist in the near future, but if ...

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The Geopolitics of the Energy & Terrorism, Part 1

By: Iakovos Alhadeff

...alliances change and so do economic interest. Therefore what is more important for the reader is to have an idea of the global resources i.e. oil and natural gas in my essays, because global resources change at a much lower pace than economic interests and economic alliances. The alliances and conflicts I describe in my essays might not exist in the near future, but if ...

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