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The Indianapolis 500 A History Volume One Resurrection And Blue Crowns

Author : Brian G. Boettcher
ISBN : 9781476037134
Genre : Transportation
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First of five book series examining the history of the Indianapolis 500 from 1946 to 1969. Volume One: Resurrection and Blue Crowns includes the story of the Speedway’s catastrophic opening, its 1945 sale to Tony Hulman, and each race from 1946 through 1953, examining events and people who shaped the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing and its legend.

500 A Line And Other Poems

Author : Liz Bentley
ISBN : 9781849911184
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Description 500 a line is a poetry book. The title of the book is a tongue-in-cheek response to the pressure of wining a 5000 writing commission from Shape (disability arts) as part of the Cultural Olympiad. The original ten-line poem 'Comfortably' was the starting point of the work. Liz performed the final piece at the Southbank in July 2009 as part of the London Literature Festival. The poems are about her experiences from winning the commission to its performance one year later. Themes of the work include her job as a therapist, being in therapy, relationships, separation, bereavement and having multiple sclerosis. Other poems are work that she has been performing on the UK poetry/comedy/literature circuit for the last 6 years since her last book "Tales in the Deep End" published by Eatlatinanddie books in 2004. "Refreshingly off the wall" "Liz is such an effortless writer" "very very funny" "priceless" "more constructive criticism of CBT please" Southbank audience "Like a female Ivor Cutler" "A peculiar cross between Tracey Emin and Josie Long" "She's a good swimmer" The Scotsman About the AuthorLiz Bentley is a writer, poet, comedienne, host, programmer, musician, mother, therapist and insomniac. She was born in Essex in 1964 and moved to London at 21. She lives in Peckham with her two children. Liz sought psychotherapy at 23. Struggling with bulimia, drugs, relationships, abuse and the diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis, her therapy allowed her to be creative and provided a way of making sense of her difficulties. During her analysis she trained as a counsellor. She now works as a therapist in primary care in Southwark, has a private practice and is one of the quirkiest voices on the UK's spoken word scene. Since winning Short Fuse Poetry Idol, then Poetry Idol the Rivals in 2003, Liz's writing and performance has gone from strength to strength. Armed with her Casio keyboard and ukulele she has been featured at events such as Ledbury Poetry Festival, London Literature Festival at Southbank and Alternative Village Fete, National Theatre. She has had three successful Edinburgh shows (2008 being in Edinburgh's only swimming pool venue, a solo show then hosting over 100 other writers/performers in the pool) Liz's experiences of mental health and multiple sclerosis have taken her into disability arts, performing at events such as Bonkersfest, Mad Pride, Mad Chicks, Liberty festival (Liberty laureate 2009), Da Da festival and therapy conferences. She strives to smash the apartheid between disability and mainstream arts.

Tales From The Indianapolis 500

Author : Jack Arute
ISBN : 9781613210444
Genre : History
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An updated edition of a treasury of top-selected, memorable stories that occurred at historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway documents the competition's most significant collisions and victories by famous drivers from the past and present.

The 500

Author : Matthew Quirk
ISBN : 9780316198608
Genre : Fiction
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A gripping thriller debut, set deep in the heart of the world's most powerful political arena A year ago, fresh out of Harvard Law School, Mike Ford landed his dream job at the Davies Group, Washington's most powerful consulting firm. Now, he's staring down the barrel of a gun, pursued by two of the world's most dangerous men. To get out, he'll have to do all the things he thought he'd never do again: lie, cheat, steal-and this time, maybe even kill. Mike grew up in a world of small-stakes con men, learning lessons at his father's knee. His hard-won success in college and law school was his ticket out. As the Davies Group's rising star, he rubs shoulders with "The 500," the elite men and women who really run Washington -- and the world. But peddling influence, he soon learns, is familiar work: even with a pedigree, a con is still a con. Combining the best elements of political intrigue and heart-stopping action, THE 500 is an explosive debut, one that calls to mind classic thrillers like The Firm and Presumed Innocent. In Mike Ford, readers will discover a new hero who learns that the higher the climb, the harder -- and deadlier -- the fall.

How Much Do You Really Know About The Indianapolis 500

Author : Pat Kennedy
ISBN : 9781449088965
Genre : Education
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Test your knowledge while educating yourself on the greatest automobile race in the world. For nearly one hundred years, the greatest spectacle in racing plays out each May in Indianapolis. The entire scope of the Indianapolis 500 is presented in this fun test: drivers, track information, teams, race information, cars, rules, records, and so on. Grade your knowledge on the Indy 500 scale. The answers are provided in the back of the book.

A Textbook Of Historiography 500 B C To A D 2000

Author : E. Sreedharan
ISBN : 8125026576
Genre : Historiography
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This book traces the development of historiography from the days of Herodotus to those of postmodernism. It covers the ancient, medieval and the modern aspects of the subject and offers easy comprehension, clear and precise guidance and immediate utility. The author provides a balanced view of competing ideas and leads the reader into the vast arena of the subject. Two thousand five hundred years of historiography, including Indian historiography and the poststructuralist critique of history, constitutes this clear, analytical work.

A History Of The Early Church To Ad 500

Author : John William Charles Wand
ISBN : 9781134948192
Genre : History
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Dr Wand's classic treatment of the early church is concise, comprehensive and makes use of specialist treatises. The organisation of material and lucid style make accessible what is at times a complex subject. In addition, the book is full of vignettes of prominent personages and curious items of information. Interesting and informative, A History of Early Church caters for the general reader with an interest in history as well as the religious studies student fow whom it is principally intended.

The Roman West Ad 200 500

Author : Simon Esmonde Cleary
ISBN : 9781107328112
Genre : Social Science
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This book describes and analyses the development of the Roman West from Gibraltar to the Rhine, using primarily the extensive body of published archaeological evidence rather than the textual evidence underlying most other studies. It situates this development within a longer-term process of change, proposing the later second century rather than the 'third-century crisis' as the major turning-point, although the latter had longer-term consequences owing to the rise in importance of military identities. Elsewhere, more 'traditional' forms of settlement and display were sustained, to which was added the vocabulary of Christianity. The longer-term rhythms are also central to assessing the evidence for such aspects as rural settlement and patterns of economic interaction. The collapse of Roman imperial authority emphasised trends such as militarisation and regionalisation along with economic and cultural disintegration. Indicators of 'barbarian/Germanic' presence are reassessed within such contexts and the traditional interpretations questioned and alternatives proposed.

Current Housing Reports

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ISBN : PURD:32754073525127
Genre : Housing
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Documents Of The Assembly Of The State Of New York

Author : New York (State). Legislature. Assembly
Genre : New York (State)
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