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how to french plait braid hair By Joanna Sweet
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A easy to read step by step guide to french plait/braid hair.
The Complete Writings of James Braid By James Braid
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The first complete edition of the writings of James Braid, the man who coined the term "hypnotism" and founded hypnotherapy. Also includes Braid's "lost manuscript", written just... More > before his death, in which he reviews his life's work for the French Academy of Sciences. Excerpts from the writings of his most devoted follower, Dr. John Milne Bramwell, are also included, which describe Braid's life and work. The current editor provides detailed prefatory essays and commentary for the modern reader.< Less
LIKE MOTHER LIKE SON By Sandy Thomas
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TV FICTION CLASSICS #8. His mother had plans for his hair. With its new length, she had several options: fancy French braiding or perhaps an elegant up-sweep. All because he wanted to let his hair... More > grow a little longer. A daughter and son, all in one child. Illustrated. 60 pages< Less
The Complete Golfer By Harry Vardon
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Henry William "Harry" Vardon (9 May 1870 – 20... More > March 1937) was a professional golfer from the Bailiwick of Jersey. He was a member of the fabled Great Triumvirate of the sport in his day, along with John Henry Taylor and James Braid. Vardon won The Open Championship a record six times and also won the 1900 U.S. Open.Born in Grouville, Jersey, Channel Islands, Vardon, whose mother was French and father English, did not play much golf as a youngster, but showed natural talent for the sport as a young caddie in his teens. Harry and his brother Tom Vardon, younger by two years and also interested in golf, were very close. Their golf development was held back by poor family circumstances; and their father was not supportive of his sons' golf interest. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Vardon< Less