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The Savage Sword of Conan

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As the barbarian mercenary Conan roams the lands of Hyboria, selling his sword to the highest bidder, the siren lure of wine, women, and treasure is often more dangerous than any armed adversary. While Conan’s skills are more than a match for any warrior, avarice is an enemy against which a blade is of little use! Collects Marvel’s Savage Sword of Conan the Barbarian #131–#140.

11th Italian Conference on General Relativity and Gravitational Physics SISSA Trieste September 26 30 1994

Author : Mauro Carfora
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Industrial Commodity Statistics Yearbook 2013 Two Volume Set

Author : United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
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This publication provides statistics on the production of about 600 major industrial commodities. Data are provided for the ten-year period of 2004-2013 for approximately 200 countries and territories. The commodities have been selected on the basis of their importance in world production and trade. The Yearbook provides data on the quantities and values of industrial production for the major industrial commodities. The Yearbook is therefore organized in two volumes: Volume I: Physical Quantity Data and Volume II: Monetary Value Data. The publication contains three annexes to assist the user: an index of commodities in alphabetical order; a table of correspondence among the CPC-based commodity codes and the International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC), Revs. 4 and 3.1, the Harmonized System (HS) 2007 and 2002 and Prodcom 2008 and 2002; and information on all the classifications used in this publication.

Utopia 1516 2016

Author : Han van Ruler
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This year marks the five-hundredth anniversary of Thomas More's widely influential book Utopia, and this volume brings together a number of scholars to consider the book, its long afterlife, and specifically its effects on political activists over the centuries. In addition to thorough studies of Utopia itself, and appraisals of More's relationship with Erasmus, the book presents detailed studies of the effect of Utopia on early modern England and the Low Countries, as well as philosophical reflections on ideology and the utopian mind, and much more.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION BUREAU OF ETHNOLOGY J W POWELL DIRECTOR BULLETIN 13 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE ALGONQUIAN LANGUAGES

Author : JAMES CONSTANTINE PILLING
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Groundwork Volume 3 YOUTH ESTABLISHMENT STAGE

Author : Glenn Wilkins
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Groundwork is a comprehensive football program for football clubs and schools covering the whole spectrum of a child's development, ranging from 5 – 18 years and beyond. It's designed to personalise the learning by playing an important and active role in a child's development (on and off the field). It's a coaches resource that supports the teaching, coaching, mentoring, motivating, challenging and providing of feedback that is essential to enhancing a child's progress. Learning Intentions of Groundwork – Volume 3: Establishment Stage (Youth) • To be able to develop higher-level skills of the game and physical competencies. • The aim is to expand on the development of fitness, individual, positional and team skills covered in the Modelling Stage. • Develop higher-level competition skills through modified games and game sense, where players are provided with appropriate competition through decision making drills to enhance learning. Our resource enables you to pitch the content exactly where it needs to be pitched. Age: 15 – 16 years

Journal of Applied Physiology Volume 90 Number 5 May 2001

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Physics of Atomic Nuclei

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Particles and the Universe

Author : G. Lazarides
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Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems

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Annual Report of the European Organization for Nuclear Research

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Soviet Journal of Nuclear Physics

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Volume and Growth Studies of Trees Near Ithaca with a Detailed Study of the Meade Woodlot Cut in 1921 22

Author : Henry Burt Bosworth
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Swedish American Genealogist

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Daily Graphs

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Advances in Differential Equations

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Topological Methods in Nonlinear Analysis

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Thomas Grocery Register

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The Gentleman s Journal and Youth s Miscellany of Literature Information Amusement

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Gender and the Social Function of Athenian Tragedy

Author : Spyros D. Syropoulos
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Athenian tragedy offerd the world `dynamic, powerful and moving female characters', but how far did the women portrayed on stage mirror those of real life? After assessing the role of Athenian women in cultural, social and religious terms, Syropoulos considers female characters in Aeschylus' Suppliants, and Euripides' Medea, Bacchae, Antigone and Alcestis, and speculates on how the audience reconciled the women they saw on stage with attitudes and experiences of women in everyday life. What Syropoulos reveals is that tragedy shows a role-reversal in terms of gender roles and is a didactic device, created by men, to warn against straying from established gender order.