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Charm of Simplicity

Author : Architect Khalsa AlRawahi
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Historical Forts and castles, built thousand years ago, are considered the most important richest architectural heritage in the Sultanate of Oman stands proud to trace the history of Oman and obviously, represent the Omani Architectural features.Nakhal Fort located on top of a high mountain of 200-meter heights is one of the most focal point for visitors to the country. The photographer in this volume aimed to document all the richness of the significant architectural design layout and to convey the charm of the simplicity in Nakhal Fort.Inside you will find more than 80 inspiring architectural photographs with her own captions in architectural points view.

The House of Simplicity

Author : Ethel Davis Seal
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Made Or Marred and One of Three

Author : Jessie Fothergill
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Temple Bar

Author : George Augustus Sala
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Biographical recollections of Robert Hall Hall

Author : John Webster Morris
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Realtors Guide to Architecture

Author : A. Rowden King
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature Science and Art

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The New Monthly Belle Assembl e

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The Living Church

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Everyday Uses of Marble

Author : National Association of Marble Dealers (U.S.)
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Fraser s Magazine

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The Cosmonaut Who Couldn t Stop Smiling

Author : Andrew L. Jenks
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“Let's go!” With that, the boyish, grinning Yuri Gagarin launched into space on April 12, 1961, becoming the first human being to exit Earth's orbit. The twenty-seven-year-old lieutenant colonel departed for the stars from within the shadowy world of the Soviet military-industrial complex. Barbed wires, no-entry placards, armed guards, false identities, mendacious maps, and a myriad of secret signs had hidden Gagarin from prying outsiders—not even his friends or family knew what he had been up to. Coming less than four years after the Russians launched Sputnik into orbit, Gagarin's voyage was cause for another round of capitalist shock and Soviet rejoicing. The Cosmonaut Who Couldn't Stop Smiling relates this twentieth-century icon's remarkable life while exploring the fascinating world of Soviet culture. Gagarin's flight brought him massive international fame—in the early 1960s, he was possibly the most photographed person in the world, flashing his trademark smile while rubbing elbows with the varied likes of Nehru, Castro, Queen Elizabeth II, and Italian sex symbol Gina Lollobrigida. Outside of the spotlight, Andrew L. Jenks reveals, his tragic and mysterious death in a jet crash became fodder for morality tales and conspiracy theories in his home country, and, long after his demise, his life continues to provide grist for the Russian popular-culture mill. This is the story of a legend, both the official one and the one of myth, which reflected the fantasies, perversions, hopes and dreams of Gagarin's fellow Russians. With this rich, lively chronicle of Gagarin's life and times, Jenks recreates the elaborately secretive world of space-age Russia while providing insights into Soviet history that will captivate a range of readers.

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Author : Julia Kavanagh
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Dissertations essays and discourses c In prose and verse

Author : James FORTESCUE (D.D., Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford.)
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The Argosy

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The Dublin University Magazine

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The Legacies of Julius Nyerere

Author : David Alexander McDonald
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Masters in Art French school Lebrun through Watteau

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Aesop s Fables Golden Deer Classics

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Meet a jealous donkey, a tortoise who wants to fly, a very special goose and many other animals in this collection of tales, retold especially for children. Aesop's fables are the perfect way to learn important lessons about life through the adventures of some unforgettable animal friends. For centuries, children and adults have treasured the stories handed down by Aesop, a slave who lived in ancient Greece approximately six centuries B.C. Known for their charm and simplicity, these simple tales feature brief adventures of animals, birds, and beasts — with a message hidden in each narrative. With infamous vignettes, such as the race between the hare and the tortoise, the vain jackdaw, and the wolf in sheep's clothing, the themes of the fables remain as fresh today as when they were first told and give an insight into the Ancient Greek world.