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The Wards Of Iasos

Author : J. Christopher Wilson
ISBN : 194290570X
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Some people are just weird. They don't fit in - not at school, not at home, not with other kids no matter how hard they try. For the ones lucky enough to live in the land of Iasos, there is an alternative school - a last chance for THE LEFTOVERS of society to find their path before it's assigned for them.

River Cottage Love Your Leftovers

Author : Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
ISBN : 140886925X
Genre : Cooking
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We all occasionally suffer a guilty conscience about those languishing ingredients that stay untouched in the fridge or cupboard for days: the bendy carrots, the wilting salad, the foil-wrapped roast chicken, the rock-like bread and that little nugget of Cheddar . . . In this new pocket bible, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall offers nifty and creative ideas to transform leftovers into irresistible meals. Hugh starts by giving practical advice for cooking on a weekly basis with leftovers in mind--helping to save money and avoid waste--and provides tips on how best to store your ingredients to make them last for as long as possible. Hugh then gives handy recipe templates that can be applied to all kinds of leftover ingredients, and provides simple and flexible recipes for all types of meat, veggies, fruit, cheese, greens and carbs. He shows how to assemble a delicious meal in under ten minutes, and how to make budget-friendly dinners. With more than 100 recipes, gorgeous photographs and illustrations, this is the ultimate companion for everyone's kitchen--and you'll never be bored of leftovers again.

The Regime Of Demetrius Of Phalerum In Athens 317 307 Bce

Author : Lara O'Sullivan
ISBN : 9789004178885
Genre : History
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Erudite and urbane, a scion of the Peripatos, Demetrius of Phalerum dominated Athenian political life for a decade (317-307 B.C.E.) with Macedonian support. Viewed by some as the embodiment of the longed-for 'philosopher-king', Demetrius has been seen a test case for the interplay of philosophical training and political praxis in antiquity. This book, through a close re-examination of the fragmentary and diffuse testimonia for Demetrius decade, argues that such a view misunderstands his legislative, constitutional and financial reforms, which should rather be seen within the context of Macedonian suzerainty, Athenian self-interest, and contemporary social changes. Such a context also affords a better understanding of the dynamic relations between the Macedonian generals and the preeminent Greek city at the dawn of the Hellenistic era.


Author : Jorge G. Castañeda
ISBN : 9781135910228
Genre : Social Science
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Over a decade ago, Jorge Castañeda wrote the classic Utopia Unarmed, which offered a penetrating and comprehensive account of the Latin American left’s fate at the end of the Cold War. Since then, the left across Latin America has travelled in paths no one could have predicted. Latin American nations from Mexico to Argentina wavered for years between leftism and American-supported neoliberalism, but in recent years the left has experienced a tremendous resurgence throughout the region. However, the left is not unified, and as Castañeda, Morales, and their contributors show, it has followed two distinct paths – a more cosmopolitan style leftism, exemplified by Brazil and Chile, and a left fuelled by populist nationalism that has clear debts to Perón or Cárdenas, and is most evident in Venezuela, Mexico’s PRD, Bolivia, and Argentina. Leftovers comprehensively updates this very important story, with country and area specialists contributing.

The Prison Guard S Son

Author : Trace Conger
ISBN : 9781508060291
Genre : Fiction
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SEARCH FOR MONSTERS LONG ENOUGH AND YOU MIGHT BECOME ONE Thirty years ago Jacob Vance and Raymond Turner committed a gruesome crime that shocked a small West Virginia town. Only nine years old themselves, they kidnapped and murdered four-year-old Josh Baker. The two boys were quickly arrested, tried and convicted, but were released after serving only eight years in a juvenile detention facility. Because of the heinousness of their crime and the town’s thirst for retribution, the government gave Vance and Turner new identities and relocated them to parts unknown. Now, the victim’s father has hired Finn Harding to find his son’s killers so he can levy the justice that was denied so long ago. Along the way, Finn clashes with a tenacious US Marshal determined to protect the killers’ new identities and crosses paths with an infamous triggerman hired to do what the courts didn’t. What begins as a typical job for Finn quickly spirals into a moral struggle between revenge and forgiveness as he learns details about the lives Vance and Turner have been living. As he fights with his conscience, Finn learns that monsters truly exist, you can’t hide from your past, and some cases should stay buried.

Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Greek Philosophy

Author : Anthony Preus
ISBN : 9781442246393
Genre : Philosophy
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This second edition covers the history of Greek philosophy through a chronology, an introductory essay, a glossary, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 1500 cross-referenced entries on important philosophers, concepts, issues, and events.

Interdisciplinary Studies On Ancient Stone

Author : Association for the Study of Marble and Other Stones used in Antiquity. International Symposium
ISBN : 8493903388
Genre : Marble
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The Little Leftover Witch

Author : Florence Laughlin
ISBN : 9781442486782
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A little lost witch undergoes a magical transformation when she’s loved by a human family in this heartwarming story. When Felina, a little witch, breaks her broom on Halloween and can’t fly home, she is stuck with the Doon family and their black cat, Itchabody, for an entire year. Although she’s homesick and unhappy, the Doon parents and their daughter, Lucinda, do their best to make Felina feel welcome. (And she has no trouble with Itchabody at all!) As time passes, the mischievous Felina learns what it means to be part of a family—and how, with love, she will always belong. This timeless tale, originally published in 1971 and cherished ever since, brims with witchy whimsy and will find a home in the hearts of a new generation of readers.

Nine Plays Of The Modern Theater

Author : Harold Clurman
ISBN : 080214277X
Genre : Fiction
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One of the nation's most celebrated playwrights turns to fiction in a collection of stories that explores masculinity, from men who find themselves engulfed in violence over an unsettled debt to a writer's confrontation with his Catholic past. Reprint.

Panorama Of The Classical World

Author : Nigel Spivey
ISBN : 1606060562
Genre : History
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This imaginative approach to the era in which Western civilization was born is a thorough--and thoroughly accessible--synthesis of the Greek, Roman, and Etruscan worlds, spanning the period from Late Geometric Greece in around 700 b.c., to the rule of Constantine in the early 4th century a.d. The authors incorporate important developments in recent scholarship, including ideas of gender, war and pacifism, imperialism and dissent, political propaganda, economy, cultural identity, racism, hygiene and diet, and public and private uses of space. The book highlights the modern relevance of classical antiquity, from its influence on contemporary politics to the representation of the female body in Western art, and concludes by charting the history of classical civilization. The extensive reference section includes biographies, an introduction to classical mythology, a glossary of technical terms and vase shapes, as well as a timeline, map, bibliography, and index.

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