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Celebrations By Christ Episcopal School Students
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Christ Episcopal School Literary Magazine 2008
Celebrations By Christ Episcopal School Students
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Christ Episcopal School Literary Magazine 2008
celebrate By Judith Lebrun
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Celebrate A collection of photos and recipes Old and New
celebrate By Judith Lebrun
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Celebrities By Lauryn Swendseid
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This book is about specific celebrities and the events they attend.
The Celebrity By Winston Churchill
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Winston Churchill’s first novel was The Celebrity (1898). (Mr. Keegan's Elopement was published in 1896 within a magazine. In 1903 it was republished as an illustrated hardback book.)... More > Churchill's next novel—Richard Carvel (1899)—was a phenomenon, selling as many as two million copies in a nation of only 76 million, and made Churchill rich. His next two novels, The Crisis (1901) and The Crossing (1904), were also very successful. Churchill's early novels were historical but his later works were set in contemporary America. He often sought to include his political ideas into his novels. Churchill wrote in the naturalist style of literature, and some have called him the most influential of the American naturalists. Includes a biography of the Author.< Less
The Celebrity By Winston Churchill
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Winston Churchill’s first novel was The Celebrity (1898). (Mr. Keegan's Elopement was published in 1896 within a magazine. In 1903 it was republished as an illustrated hardback book.)... More > Churchill's next novel—Richard Carvel (1899)—was a phenomenon, selling as many as two million copies in a nation of only 76 million, and made Churchill rich. His next two novels, The Crisis (1901) and The Crossing (1904), were also very successful. Churchill's early novels were historical but his later works were set in contemporary America. He often sought to include his political ideas into his novels. Churchill wrote in the naturalist style of literature, and some have called him the most influential of the American naturalists. Includes a biography of the Author.< Less
Celebrations By Edward Lewis
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The 101 original duets of Celebrations progress from simple whole notes to expert level duets with a steady graduation of difficulty between the two. The unexpected twists and turns make the book fun... More > to work through, and the diverse styles (including baroque, classical, salsa, jazz, guapango, and African 12-8) keep it interesting. While the music is highly entertaining and enjoyable to play, this 165-page book is about more than just entertainment value. Each of the 101 duets is composed around a particular skill. By the time a musician has mastered a piece, he or she will also have acquired or honed a valuable skill. No other trumpet duet book offers so much value for money: rich entertainment subtly embedded with invaluable lessons and challenges designed to promote musical growth.< Less
The Art and Practice of Boxing By Celebrated Pugilist
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Writing in 1825, the anonymous “Celebrated Pugilist” penned “The Art and Practice of Boxing.” This early boxing manual, as is typical, teaches footwork, striking, blocking,... More > and training details. This includes specifics of diet, exercise, & grappling. However, he deviates from the norm in two important ways. First, he dedicates an unusual amount of his text to discussion (and derision) of methods and strategies which, though technically legal under boxing rules of the time, he considers “unmanly.” Second, he cites an earlier Wrestling text, Sir Thomas Parkyn’s “In-Play” for advice and description on performing some of the grappling and throwing which were part of orthodox boxing of the period. He includes in his text images of 9 techniques which he considers either confusing or foundational, rounding out his relatively short text with a recitation of Broughton’s rules which, like this manual itself, were authored before the adoption of the London Prize Ring rules of 1838.< Less
The Art and Practice of Boxing By Celebrated Pugilist
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Writing in 1825, the anonymous “Celebrated Pugilist” penned “The Art and Practice of Boxing.” This early boxing manual, as is typical, teaches footwork, striking, blocking,... More > and training details. This includes specifics of diet, exercise, & grappling. However, he deviates from the norm in two important ways. First, he dedicates an unusual amount of his text to discussion (and derision) of methods and strategies which, though technically legal under boxing rules of the time, he considers “unmanly.” Second, he cites an earlier Wrestling text, Sir Thomas Parkyn’s “In-Play” for advice and description on performing some of the grappling and throwing which were part of orthodox boxing of the period. He includes in his text images of 9 techniques which he considers either confusing or foundational, rounding out his relatively short text with a recitation of Broughton’s rules which, like this manual itself, were authored before the adoption of the London Prize Ring rules of 1838.< Less