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Antonio Stradivari
William H. Hill
0486204251
June 1963
Paperback
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Book Description
Construction methods, woods, varnishes, known instruments, types of instruments, life, special features. 93 illus., plus 4 color plates.


Think and Grow Rich
Napoleon Hill
0449214923
May 1987
Mass Market Paperback
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W. Clement Stone Chairman, Combined International Corporation President, The Napoleon Hill Foundation
...During our ten-year association, I learned the missing number to my combination for worldwide successful achievement. The Master Mind Principle: two or more persons working together in complete harmony toward a mutual goal or goals...Napoleon Hill's philosophy teaches you what you were never taught. Specifically: How to Recognize, Relate, Assimilate and Apply principles whereby you can achieve any goal whatsoever that doesn't violate Universal Law - the Law of God and the rights of your fellowman... --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Senator Jennings Randolph West Virginia
I knew Napoleon Hill in 1922 when I was a student in Salem College in the town...


General Chemistry General Chemistry
John William Hill
0130334456
Dec 2001
Hardcover
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Book Description
This text retains the relaxed, easy-to-read style of the previous edition to provide integrated coverage of organic and biochemistry, applications, and tools that foster problem-solving skills. More than any other, this text offers balance—in the topics presented, and in its presentation of the subject of chemistry. Using a wide variety of exercises, examples, and learning aids, this book provides a number of problem-solving techniques and explains how and when they should be used. For anyone who wants a relaxed, easy-to-read book that emphasizes major topics in chemistry as well as problem-solving techniques.

From the Back Cover
This text retains the relaxed, easy-to-read style of the previous edition to provide integrated coverage of organic and biochemistry,...


The Gregg Reference Manual: A Manual of Style, Grammar, Usage, and Formatting
William A. Sabin
0072936533
July 2004
Textbook Other Format
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Book Description
The Gregg Reference Manual, 10/e, by Sabin is intended for anyone who writes, edits, or prepares material for distribution or publication. For nearly fifty years, this manual has been recognized as the best style manual for business professionals and for students who want to master the on-the-job standards of business professionals. GRM provides answers that can't be found in comparable manuals. That probably explains why GRM has received so many unsolicited 5-star reviews on the Amazon Web site. Those 5-star reviews offer a clear indication of the reputation GRM enjoys in the marketplace.

About the Author

William A. Sabin (Bristol, ME) is a retired publisher of business books for The McGraw- Hill Companies and the coauthor of College English.



Chemistry for Changing Times
John William Hill
0131402463
July 2003
Hardcover
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Book Description
This popular book, now in its 10th edition, is a useful and interesting read for the layperson, as it is colorful, conversational in tone, and easily understandable. Knowledge of chemistry leads to better understanding about the hazards and benefits of this world, enabling better personal decision-making. This comprehensive yet simply written book covers the gamut of chemistry topics, including: drugs, biocides, food additives, fertilizers, fuels, detergents, cosmetics, plastics, toxic wastes, polluted air and water, and dwindling petroleum reserves. By introducing current and timely topics, this book enables the reader to relate chemistry to themselves. For anyone interested in learning about chemistry and its effect upon our everyday lives.

The publisher, Prentice-Hall...


Making Strides (Chestnut Hill Series #2)
Lauren Brooke
0439738555
November 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
The tryouts for the equestrian riding team are over, and Malory earned her spot as the second-ranked rider for Chestnut Hill. Still, she doubts whether she belongs at the elite school despite receiving a top scholarship. Then the pony she’s training gets hurt, and Malory wants to ride Tybalt in the next show. But Tybalt is wary and defensive. Her instinct tells her they share a special bond, but she doesn't know how to reach him. Malory has always trusted her gut when it comes to horses, and she's willing to bet her future at Chestnut Hill that Tybalt has what it takes to win.


Chemistry for Changing Times
John William Hill
0132280841
June 2006
Hardcover
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Book Description
This popular book is a useful and interesting read for the layperson, as it is colorful, conversational in tone, and easily understandable. Knowledge of chemistry leads to better understanding about the hazards and benefits of this world, enabling better personal decision-making. Explores the concept of green chemistry throughout. Extensively revises key subject areas such as Energy, Fitness and Health, and Drugs. Features new color photographs and diagrams throughout to help readers visualize chemical phenomena. Personalizes chemistry for today's reader, encouraging a focus on evaluating information about real-life issues rather than memorizing rigorous theory and mathematics. For anyone interested in learning about chemistry and its effect upon our everyday lives.

The publisher,...


Dark Hills Divide
Patrick Carman
0439700930
December 2004
Hardcover
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Book Review
Elyon is a land of dark hills, enchanted forests, and great walls that connect and encircle the cities of Lathbury, Turlock, Lunenburg, and Bridewell like spokes in a wagon wheel. On her annual summer trips to Bridewell with her father, the mayor of Lathbury, Alexa Daley spends much of her time dreaming of escape. Having lived within the walls all of her 12 years, she wants nothing more than to explore the uncharted wilderness beyond. But, the walls are heavily guarded, and frightening legends suggest that forests and hills are no place for a child--especially a young girl. When a mysterious conversation and an unfortunate accident put Alexa within reach of a way outside the wall, she must decide--heed the warnings of her elders, or satisfy her curiosity and unravel the mysteries of Elyon.

Told from the perspective of...



General Chemistry
John William Hill
0135049032
Jan 1996
Paperback
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The publisher, Prentice-Hall Engineering/Science/Mathematics
This separately bound volume of six mini-chapters provides the student and professor with additional material focusing on applied areas of optional exploration.


The Mitford Years Box Set, Volumes 1-3: At Home in Mitford, A Light in the Window, and These High, Green Hills
Jan Karon
0147712033
November 1997
Paperback
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Book Description
Readers everywhere have discovered Mitford is good for the soul. Peopled with a lovable cast of characters and filled with mysteries and miracles, Mitford has become one of the most memorable small towns in recent literature.

Boxed set includes:

At Home in Mitford
A Light in the Window
These High, Green Hills


The Power of Sympathy and the Coquette
William Hill Brown
0140434682
Nov 1996
Paperback
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McGraw-Hill's Pre-GED: The Most Competent and Reliable Review of the Skills Necessary for GED Study
McGraw-Hill's GED
0071428143
October 2003
Paperback
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Book Description

From America's leading education publisher, the struggling student's guide to GED success

Nearly one million Americans plan to take the GED each year, but many are deficient in the most basic skills and not yet ready for GED courses and study guides. McGraw-Hill's Pre-GED offers a comprehensive foundation on which to build the necessary skills for more vigorous study and eventual success.

This edition covers the five subject areas-- writing, reading, social studies, science, and math--guiding students in such matters as topic sentences, punctuation, sequence, inference, decimals, and ratios.

Fully updated, it also introduces students to subject matter added to the test in 2002, including world history, space study, business documents, and number grids. With easy-tofollow instructions,...



The Vermont State Constitution
William C. Hill
0313264732
Dec 1992
Hardcover
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Review
“Retired Justice William C. Hill has completed what one will plainly conclude was a labor of love. If you are a constitutional scholar looking for an in-depth cross-referenced analysis of each provision of Vermont's Constitution, you will need to purchase this book. Even if you are among those that have either a personal or professional interest (of any degree) in the evolution of Vermont's Constitution, you will be entertained, educated, and enriched by this work. Although the price may make you think twice about its purchase, one should bear in mind that it is really two books in one. On the one hand, it is a reference source that has an easy to use Index and Table of Contents (after this legislative session, you may want to examine the constitutional underpinnings for workers' compensation and judicial retentions). On...


Haunting of Hill House
Shirley Jackson
0140071083
May 1984
Paperback
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Book Review
Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House has unnerved readers since its original publication in 1959. A tale of subtle, psychological terror, it has earned its place as one of the significant haunted house stories of the ages.

Eleanor Vance has always been a loner--shy, vulnerable, and bitterly resentful of the 11 years she lost while nursing her dying mother. "She had spent so long alone, with no one to love, that it was difficult for her to talk, even casually, to another person without self-consciousness and an awkward inability to find words." Eleanor has always sensed that one day something big would happen, and one day it does. She receives an unusual invitation from Dr. John Montague, a man fascinated by "supernatural manifestations." He organizes a ghost watch, inviting people who have been...



Box on Quality
George C. Tiao
0471387681
Jan 2000
Hardcover
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Review
"As a final treat for the readers, a sixth section gives the lyrics to three of Professor Box's famous statistician party songs..." (Technometrics, Vol. 42, No. 4, May 2001 ) "The book under review...is not simply a collection of Dr. Box's work; the introductions to each part provide discussions of the topics, how they were developed,and the motivation behind the techniques described which are not available elsewhere." (Journal of Quality Technology, Vol. 33, No. 3, July 2001) "Reviewing this book was an enjoyable task. The organization is excellent and provides something for everyone...a text which is accessible to a wide range of readers with an equally wide range of technical ability. It would be an appropriate and valuable addition to any researchers library." (Journal of Quality Technology, Vol. 33, No. 3, July...


The New Class (Chestnut Hill Series #1)
Lauren Brooke
0439738547
August 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Welcome to Chestnut Hill, a prestigious boarding school with a rich tradition of academics, horses, and rivalry. This year, five girls from different backgrounds will challenge the Chestnut Hill stereotype. There's witty, spunky Dylan; secretive Malory; western tomboy Lani; Honey, the soft-spoken Brit; and polished New Yorker Razina. None is prepared for the social or riding rigors, and they all doubt they will fit in -- certainly not if queen bee Lynsey and her clique have any say. But if this unlikely fivesome can band together, they may prove themselves the true stars of Chestnut Hill.


Violin-Makers of the Guarneri Family (1626-1762)
William Henry Hill
0486260615
Aug 1989
Paperback
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Book Description
Profusely illustrated history of the life and work of the 5 great master craftsmen of the Guarneri family and the definitive commentary on their craftsmanship. An absolute must for collectors, connoisseurs, musical historians and students. Also includes lists of Guarneri violins still existing. 131 photographs, 16 in full color.


The 64 Tomato: How One Man Nearly Lost his Sanity, Spent a Fortune, and Endured an Existential Crisis in the Quest for the Perfect Garden
William Alexander
1565125037
April 2006
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
Starred Review. When the author of this hilarious horticultural memoir plants a large vegetable garden and a small orchard on his Hudson Valley farmstead, he finds himself at odds with almost all creation. At the top of the food chain are the landscaping contractors, always behind schedule, frequently derelict, occasionally menacing. Then there are the herds of deer that batter the electrified fence to get at Alexander's crop, and the groundhog who simply squeezes between the wires, apparently savoring the 10,000-volt shocks. Most insidious are the armies of beetles, worms, maggots and grubs that provoke Alexander, initially an organic-produce zealot, into drenching his entire property with pesticides. He braves these trials, along with hours of backbreaking labor and the eye-rolling of his wife and...


The Real Deadwood: True Life Histories of Will Bill Hickock, Calamity Jane, Outlaw Towns, and other Characters of the Lawless West
John Ames
1596090316
September 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
Supported by strong ratings and a rich history, The Real Deadwood provides background and historical accuracy for the figures depicted on the hit HBO series, and takes a broader look at the times that spawned them. Covering law and order, politics, journalism, and early medicine, and examining some "historical guest stars" who may play a factor in future Deadwood episodes (Teddy Roosevelt was an acquaintance of series protagonist Seth Bullock and made several visits to the lawless town; Bullock turned away Wyatt Earp when he offered his services as a lawman)-The Real Deadwood will allow readers to traverse the unpaved streets of an outlaw town without ever getting their boots dirty.

About the Author
John Ames is the author of several western adventures, including...


Hydrodynamic Stability
P. G. Drazin
0521525411
Sept 2004
Paperback
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Review
'The work is undeniably of high scholarship, consummate accuracy and penetrating insight ... All specialists in stability theory will be happy that two such authorities have found the time, and spared so few pains, to produce a work of such excellence.' Nature
'... continues to be ... essential reading in hydrodynamic stability, in particular for the novice. ... detailed solutions to many problems [are] given at the end of each section.' Zentralblatt MATH

Review
"Drazin and Reid provide a most comprehensive description of the classical theory of stability in this new edition." CHOICE May 2005

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