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Death By Construction By Cliff Rhodes
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Hardcover: This book relates an unbelievable tale of drafting phantazmagoria and the antics of an egomaniacal engineer, intent on making as much money as possible. The engineer's quest was done not... More > by breaking any laws but by staying exactly within the law and walking along the top of the fence for as long as possible. It was done regardless of what safeguards were drained away to almost the last drop. Space and time catch up to overcome evil in the form of two beautiful young aliens, who change the course of history.< Less
Death By Construction By Cliff Rhodes
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Paperback: This book relates an unbelievable tale of drafting phantazmagoria and the antics of an egomaniacal engineer, intent on making as much money as possible. The engineer's quest was done not... More > by breaking any laws but by staying exactly within the law and walking along the top of the fence for as long as possible. It was done regardless of what safeguards were drained away to almost the last drop. Space and time catch up to overcome evil in the form of two beautiful young aliens, who change the course of history.< Less
Proceedings of the First Conference of the Construction History Society By James Campbell et al.
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This volume collects together the papers delivered at the first annual conference of the Construction History Society, held in Queens' College, Cambridge in 2014. Papers cover a wide range of topics... More > all on the common theme of the history of construction, from the ancient world to the present day.< Less
Music as Constructing Art and Science By John E. ZAMMITPACE
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This book is a journey about Music and its Notation in a more Artistic and Scientific manner, and hovers over the music from Ancient Greece, Egypt, Mesopotamia, and India, to the present , giving... More > more attention to Modern Classical Music and especially to The New Music (The Avant-Garde). This narrative is very well suited for Composers, Musicians, Music Theorists, Students, and Music lovers, alike. It also explores the possiblities of the scientific side of music through Mathematics and Philosophy.< Less
Music as Constructing Art and Science By John E. ZAMMITPACE
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This book is a journey about Music and its Notation in a more Artistic and Scientific manner, and hovers over the music from Ancient Greece, Egypt, Mesopotamia, and India, to the present , giving... More > more attention to Modern Classical Music and especially to The New Music (The Avant-Garde). This narrative is very well suited for Composers, Musicians, Music Theorists, Students, and Music lovers, alike. It also explores the possiblities of the scientific side of music through Mathematics and Philosophy.< Less
Constructing & Understanding Hedge Funds By J. Joubert, D. Maciel, A. Procopos
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A guide to understanding hedge funds and their legal structures. This ebook provides the reader with holistic knowledge of hedge fund’s operations and the requirements to create... More > one. Additionally, the history of hedge funds is explored and supplemented with historical failures of hedge funds to give the reader an understanding of where this industry now finds itself. Also we examine the risks associated within hedge funds and when investing with one. The knowledge within will allow the reader to understand this exciting investment vehicle and what is needed to successfully construct one.< Less
The Buenos Aires Subway: A Pictorial History of the Construction of Line B, 1928 – 1932 By Neal Fortner
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This bilingual (English and Spanish) book depicts a time capsule in 68 black and white photographs illustrating the construction and infrastructure of the Buenos Aires Subway Line B from 1928 to... More > 1932. Este libro bilingüe (inglés- español) representa una cápsula de tiempo en 68 fotografías a blanco y negro que ilustran la construcción e infraestructura de la Línea B del Metro de Buenos Aires desde 1928 hasta 1932.< Less
Refuting Binary Social Constructs: Samantha DiRosa By Miranda Allan
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Written for credit in ARH 212: Art History III: Revolt, Reform, Critique course at Elon University for Spring 2013 for Dr. Courtnay Micots.
RED AFTERNOON: A Pilgrim's Research, Exploration, and Construction of Self By Julie Gray
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Struggling with the condition of outsider-ship, I often find myself caught between shifting notions of identity, trying to locate and build a sense of self in relation to family, community, and... More > heritage. By sifting through personal memories, reflecting on impressions from a recent trip to the home of my ancestors, and by negotiating familial histories and myths, my work serves as an exploration of identity-a pilgrimage.< Less
Constructing The Cold War Environment: The Strategic Architecture of RAND By Michael Kubo
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A study of the strategic architecture of the RAND Corporation in Santa Monica, California, designed in 1951 and demolished in 2005. A detailed archival history tracks the reciprocal relation between... More > the unique research culture at RAND—the epicenter of strategic military thought during the Cold War and the first truly interdisciplinary research model—and its physical architecture, designed (based on a memorandum written by a RAND mathematician) as a redundant matrix of corridors to maximize chance interactions among researchers and promote creative thinking. What lessons does the abstract, analytical process of RAND's design hold for contemporary practice? What does the story of the RAND headquarters tell us about the climate of strategic thought in the postwar period? The book addresses these questions in the conviction that the RAND headquarters hold an important and unrecognized place in the history of architecture in the second half of the 20th century.< Less