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Lele, Ginger, Ash And Saint - Aka The Mall Rats - Are Hiding Out In The Deadlands, A Once-prosperous Area Of Cape Town, Now Swarming With The Living Dead. Exiled From The City Enclave For Crimes Against The Resurrectionist State, The Rats Face A Stark Choice: Return And Risk Capture - Or Leave Cape Town And Go In Search Of Other Survivors.
Missoula County, Montana Books LLC, Reference Series
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 34. Chapters: Missoula, Montana, Bonner-West Riverside, Montana, Clinton, Montana, Evaro, Montana, Frenchtown, Montana, Lolo, Montana, East Missoula, Montana, Orchard Homes, Montana, Wye, Montana, Seeley Lake, Montana, National Register of Historic Places listings in Missoula County, Montana, List of lakes in Missoula County, Montana, Hell Gate, Montana, Mission Mountains, Milltown Reservoir Superfund Site, Bob Marshall Wilderness, Bitterroot National Forest, Flathead Indian Reservation, Lolo Pass, Bitterroot Valley, Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, Mount Calowahcan, Mission Mountains Wilderness, Missoula Metropolitan Area, Lolo Peak, Rattlesnake Wilderness, KVWE, Coloma, Montana, KDXT, List of cemeteries in Missoula County, Montana, North Hills, Condon USFS Airport, Fort Missoula Internment Camp, Traveler's Rest (Lolo, Montana), Rattlesnake National Recreation Area, Florence Hotel (Missoula, Montana), Blue Mountain, Montana Snowbowl, Masonic Lodge (Missoula, Montana), Mountaineer Glacier, Gray Wolf Glacier, Sunrise Glacier, Fissure Glacier, Lolo Hot Springs, Montana, Condon, Montana. Excerpt: Missoula (pronounced ( listen)) is a city located in western Montana and is the county seat of Missoula County. The 2010 Census put Missoula's population at 66,788 making it the second largest city in Montana. The 2010 census put the population of Missoula County at 109,299. Missoula is rapidly growing; it had the third largest actual growth of any city in Montana with an increase in population of 9,735 since 2000. Missoula is the principal city of the Missoula Metropolitan Area. Downtown Missoula is considered the center of the city. Missoula was founded in 1860 as Hellgate Trading Post before being renamed Missoula Mills ("Missoula" from the Salish name for the area, "Nemissoolatakoo", and "Mills" after the prosperous flour mill and sawmill that served as Missoula's first industry). "Mills" was dropped from the name and in 1877, the establishment of Fort Missoula ensured the survival of the city. Missoula is nicknamed the "Garden City", in reference to the large number of orchard homes that once lined its periphery and an extensive vegetable and flower garden owned by Cyrus and William McWhirk that formed the eastern entrance to the city. Though founded as a lumber and agricultural center as well as a trading post, the basis of Missoula's modern economy is the University of Montana, government, healthcare, tourism, and professional services. In addition to the University of Montana, Missoula is perhaps best known for being the birthplace of first woman elected to the U.S. Congress, Jeannette Rankin, and the home of Montana's largest brewery. Missoula is also the headquarters of Montana Rail Link. Teepees set up in modern-day Missoula south of the Clark Fork River, facing eastToday's Missoula lies at the bottom of what once was Glacial Lake Missoula, a 3,000-square-mile (7,800 km) proglacial lake which stretched from 60 miles (97 km) south and east of Missoula north to today's Flathead Lake and west to Idaho's Lake Pend Oreille. Held in place by a glacial dam, this
20 Euro, Rzymianie nad Dunajem - Aguntum, 2011 Austrian Mint
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Kolekcja: Srebrne monety o tematyce historycznej Seria: Rzymianie nad Dunajem (Rome on the Danube) Kraj: Austria Emitent: Narodowy Bank Austrii Producent: Mennica Austrian Mint Stan zachowania monety: I (menniczy) Nominał: 20 Euro (20
Andrew Beattie - Cairo Signal Books
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Cairo is a city of extremes. On its chaotic streets BMWs driven by sharp-suited businessmen compete for road space with donkey carts laden with farm produce; in its mosques the wealthy and the destitute pray next to each other. The largest conurbation in Africa since the Middle Ages, it was in Ibn Battutah's words "the mother of cities". With a present-day population of around eighteen million, this sprawling metropolis is home to one thousand new migrants every day, drawn to the seething intensity of a modern, cosmopolitan capital that blends together the cultures of the Middle East and Europe. The fabled city on the banks of the River Nile, once home to pharaohs and emperors, now forms a focal point of the Islamic faith and of the Arab world. Andrew Beattie explores the turbulent past and vibrant present of this city where the enduring legacies of the ancient Egyptians, the early Coptic Church, British colonial rule and the modernist zeal of the post-independence era have all left their mark. THE CITY OF WRITERS, CONQUERORS AND REVOLUTIONARIES: From Mark Twain and Thackeray to Paul Theroux and Naguib Mahfouz, Alexander the Great to Napoleon, and Lawrence of Arabia to Colonel Nasser. THE CITY OF MONUMENTS AND SPECTACLE: From the Pyramids of Giza and Saqqara to the Mosque of Mohammed Ali, dominating the Cairo skyline; from the teeming bazaars of the muski to Coptic and Islamic festivals. THE CITY OF ANCIENT AND MODERN: Where ancient churches and mosques sit cheek-by-jowl with modern skyscrapers and busy highways; where prosperous suburbs lie close to areas of third world poverty and deprivation.
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His first novel, Don DeLillo's "Americana" passionately articulates the neurotic landscape of contemporary American life through a disintegrating embodiment of the American dream. Prosperous, good-looking and empty inside, 28-year-old advertising executive David Bell appears on the surface to have everything. But he is a man on the brink of losing his sanity. Trapped in a Manhattan office with soulless sycophants as his only company, he makes an abrupt decision to leave New York for America's mid-west. His plan: to film the small-town lives of ordinary people and make contact with the true heart of his homeland. But as Bell puts his films together in his hotel room, he grows increasingly convinced that there is no heart to find. Modern America has become a land that has reached the end of its reel...Don DeLillo (b.1936) was born and raised in New York City. "Americana" (1971), his first novel, announced the arrival of a major literary talent, and the novels that followed confirmed his reputation as one of the most distinctive and compelling voices in late-twentieth-century American fiction. DeLillo's comic gifts come to the fore in "White Noise" (1985), which won the National Book Award, "Underworld" (1997), hailed by Martin Amis as 'the ascension of a great writer', "Cosmopolis" (2003), adapted into a film by David Cronenberg, due to be released later this year, and "Falling Man" (2007), a novel about the aftereffects of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York. If you enjoyed "Americana", you might like DeLillo's "Libra", also available in "Penguin Modern Classics". "He's a writer who, once you read him, makes you want to read everything he's done". (Martin Amis, "Sunday Times"). "Witty, clever and incisive...a marvellously realized plot". ("Time Out"). "Nearly every sentence of "Americana" rings true...DeLillo is a man of frightening perception". (Joyce Carol Oates).
From Third World to First Harper Collins
The story of Singapore's amazing transformation told by it's charismatic and controversial founding father, Lee Kuan Yew. Lee Kuan Yew is one of the most influential leaders in Asia. In this illuminating account, Lee writes frankly about his disapproving approach to political opponents and his often unorthodox views on human rights, democracy, and inherited intelligence, aiming always "to be correct, not politically correct." Since it's independence in 1965, tiny Singapore -- once a poor and decrepit colony -- has risen to become a rich and thriving Asian metropolis. From Third World to First is a fascinating and insightful account of Singapore's survival from a history of oppressive colonialism, the Second World War and major poverty and disorder. Lee also uses previously unpublished official government reports and papers to explain how he led a tiny country into becoming a prosperous and secure modern society, amid the constant hostility of world politics. Today Singapore boasts not only to have the busiest port of trade, best airport with the world's number one airline, but also the world's fourth-highest per capita real income? An Island hailed as the city of the future, Singapore's miraculous history is dramatically recounted by the man who not only lived through it all but fearlessly forged ahead and brought about most of the changes. Lee highlights is relationships with his political peers from Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan to George Bush and poetry-spouting Jiang Zemin. Also a father of three Lee writes warmly of his family life. From Third World to First offers readers a compelling glimpse not only into the heart but also the mind of an incredibly influential man who is impossible to ignore in Asian and international politics.
Leopard Sword Hodder & Stoughton
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Britannia has been subdued - and an epic new chapter in Marcus Valerius Aquila's life begins. The murderous Roman agents who nearly captured Marcus have been defeated by his friends. But in order to protect those very friends from the wrath of the emperor, he must leave the province which has been giving him shelter. As Marcus Tribulus Corvus, centurion of the second Tungrian auxiliary cohort, he leads his men from Hadrian's Wall to the Tungrians' original home in Germania Inferior. There he finds a very different world from the turbulent British frontier - but one with its own dangers. Tungrorum, the center of a once-prosperous farming province, a city already broght low by the ravages of the eastern plague that has swept through the empire, is now threatened by an outbreak of brutally violent robbery. A bandit chieftain called Obduro, his identity always hidden behind an iron cavalry helmet, is robbing and killing with impunity. His sword - sharper, stronger and more deadly than any known to the Roman army - is the lethal symbol of his unstoppable power. And now he has moved beyond mere theft and threatens to destabilize the whole northern frontier of the empire ...' Some authors are better historians than they are storytellers. Anthony Riches is brilliant at both.' Conn Iggulden
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