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The Bowls Club (Revisited)
Language: en
Pages: 250
Authors: Paul Hammond
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-11-01 - Publisher:

A guide that deals with the age old sport of bowls. It includes the jargon heard on the green and in the clubhouse. It also features an artists gallery. It is suitable for the participant or spectators of the game.
Grotton Revisited
Language: en
Pages: 160
Authors: Steve Ankers, David Kaiserman, Chris Shepley
Categories: Architecture
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-03-26 - Publisher: Routledge

Some thirty years ago the small Metropolitan County of Grotton found itself bathed in the bright glare of publicity as The Grotton Papers lifted the lid on the inner workings of the six planning departments of this hitherto little remarked corner of England. The intervening years have seen Grotton's County
Yachting Monthly's Further Confessions
Language: en
Pages: 96
Authors: Paul Gelder
Categories: Sports & Recreation
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-05-17 - Publisher: A&C Black

There were too many degrading disasters, mortifying mishaps and groan-worthy gaffes for one collection, so following on from Yachting Monthly's Confessions, here is another wonderful collection of humiliating misadventures from the enduringly popular Confessional column of Yachting Monthly magazine. For over 25 years, yachtsmen have clamoured to tell the world
In Darkest James
Language: en
Pages: 299
Authors: Robin P. Hoople, Robin Pearsall Hoople
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000 - Publisher: Bucknell University Press

"In July of 1906 Archibald Henderson could pronounce with perfect confidence that Henry James was "a master impressionist." But as short a time as six years earlier, James's critics lacked this term in their vocabulary, and struggled with the sophisticated art of James's developing impressionistic literary technique. In Darkest James
Connecting the Dots
Language: en
Pages: 268
Authors: Peggy Wireman
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-12-31 - Publisher: Transaction Publishers

Despite its size and social diversity, the United States is one nation, and what happens in one city or neighborhood ultimately affects all Americans. Connecting the Dots addresses the complex relationships between family and community, and between community and other players affecting family and community life, including the private sector,