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Business Social Etiquette : Traditions Governing Social Behavior Cool Rules to Know
Male Business Social Etiquette Mens Personal Grooming Etiquette, Male Business Social Etiquette, and Men Surviving the Parent Company is a compilation of three comprehensive single subject guide... More > books on male development: things (a male needs) to do, cool rules (a male is) to know, and things of which (a male is) to be mindful. It is the same book as Male Care Matters without That Talk: things someone will tell a college student son.
“Do not hate the player or the game. Hate (having the talent, and) not knowing the rules.”
“Manners to Etiquette” – Students Outshine the Competition
Manners must be married to etiquette for there to be a good result; what you approve of must be married with the set of rules for the court you are in or for the court at the level to which you wish to ascend. He who has talent and follows the rules best wins.< Less
Ayesha: The Return of She
Ayesha, the Return of She is a gothic novel by the popular Victorian author H. Rider Haggard, published in 1905, as a sequel to his far more popular and well known novel, She. It was serialised in... More > the Windsor Magazine in 1904-5.
Its significance was recognized by its republication by the Newcastle Publishing Company as the fourteenth volume of the celebrated Newcastle Forgotten Fantasy Library series in October, 1977.
Although, in the introduction, Sir H. Rider Haggard links the name Ayesha to Mohammed's wives, and Arabic or Arabic names, (Arabic: عائشة, Āʾisha), stating that it should be pronounced "Ash/ -ha"; A·ye·sha/ äˈ(y)ēSHə/, is perhaps more common.< Less
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The story of Paul Temple, Dick Barton – Special Agent, Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future, Journey Into Space and the adventure serial on British radio.
“The BBC seems bent on turning the... More > children into a new kind of drug addict for… serial thrillers…” (The Times – 17th December 1946)
Following the end of the Second World War, a new form of radio entertainment would explode across Britain – the adventure serial.
Whether solving murders, foiling conspiracies or journeying into space, the heroes of these radio serials would be the idols of an entire generation of post-war radio listeners.
Dick Barton, Paul Temple, Dan Dare and Jet Morgan were once among the most famous names in British fiction. However, today they are almost forgotten.
With detailed episode guides and behind-the-scenes stories, it is now once again possible to relive the excitement of one of radio’s most addictive formats and enjoy again the exploits of its most daring adventurers.
WITH A SPECIAL INTRODUCTION BY NICHOLAS PARSONS< Less