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Leaf Mosaic of Jute By K. M. Golam Dastogeer
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A master thesis submitted to the Department of plant pathology Bangladesh Agricultural University Mymensingh-2202 Bangladesh February,2012
From Jute to Jungle: The Mary Slessor Story By Carol Purves
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Mary Slessor was born in Aberdeen, Scotland but with her family moved to Dundee while she was still quite small. At a young age she started work in the jute factory to help her family’s... More > finances. She became a Christian and felt the call to Calabar, West Africa. Soon she won the hearts of the natives as she lived as one of them and tried to understand their ways. She was appalled by their barbaric customs of slave labour, killing of twin babies and cannibalism. She penetrated deeper and deeper into the jungle and over the years helped to eradicate, or at least lessen, these atrocities. Because she put others before herself in her effort to win them to Christ, her health often suffered. Eventually she received recognition and was honoured for her work. But the real reward she wanted was for the natives to love God.< Less
The Origin of the English Nation By H. Munro Chadwick
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Have you ever wondered where the term “Anglo-Saxon” came from? This book will tell you. The author provides a comprehensive overview of the Germanic tribes who invaded and settled in... More > England following the end of Roman-occupied Britain and assimilated into that nation. This work starts in the sixth century with the first Saxon invasions, and follows the succession of further migrations from central and northern Germany which created the culture and language today known as the “English” people. This book does not delve into the pre-Germanic origins of Britain—shown by present-day DNA analysis to be the majority of the English people. It does however provide a highly instructive example of how a culture changes as a result of demographic shift: a lesson which the present-day English people, facing a new invasion of unassimilable immigrants, would do well to learn. Hector Munro Chadwick (1870 –1947) was professor of Anglo-Saxon at the University of Cambridge.< Less
The Origin of the English Nation By H. Munro Chadwick
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Have you ever wondered where the term “Anglo-Saxon” came from? This book will tell you. The author provides a comprehensive overview of the Germanic tribes who invaded and settled in... More > England following the end of Roman-occupied Britain and assimilated into that nation. This work starts in the sixth century with the first Saxon invasions, and follows the succession of further migrations from central and northern Germany which created the culture and language today known as the “English” people. This book does not delve into the pre-Germanic origins of Britain—shown by present-day DNA analysis to be the majority of the English people. It does however provide a highly instructive example of how a culture changes as a result of demographic shift: a lesson which the present-day English people, facing a new invasion of unassimilable immigrants, would do well to learn. Hector Munro Chadwick (1870 –1947) was professor of Anglo-Saxon at the University of Cambridge.< Less
As the Raven Flies By Colin Sidney-Wilmot
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AS THE RAVEN FLIES by Colin Sidney-Wilmot tells an extraordinary tale of 5th century Britain that was to mould modern America and England, and the English speaking peoples. It was in this crucible of... More > Saxons, Celts and Romans that the modern English, our laws and language were born. Through the story of Wecta, invented nephew of Saxon rulers Hengist and Horsa, we enter a world of warriors, battles and pillage amidst a collapsing Roman empire. Sidney-Wilmot is famed as a founder of Bussana Vecchia, about which a British documentary arts film is currently in production and many articles have been written, in papers as diverse as the New York Times, London Daily Mail, Express and the Independent. Since the restoration of his house in this historic village overlooking the Mediterranean, Sidney-Wilmot has spent the last 5 years researching 5th century Britain. This recreation is based on that work.< Less
As the Raven Flies By Colin Sidney-Wilmot
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AS THE RAVEN FLIES by Colin Sidney-Wilmot tells an extraordinary tale of 5th century Britain that was to mould modern America and England, and the English speaking peoples. It was in this crucible of... More > Saxons, Celts and Romans that the modern English, our laws and language were born. Through the story of Wecta, invented nephew of Saxon rulers Hengist and Horsa, we enter a world of warriors, battles and pillage amidst a collapsing Roman empire. Sidney-Wilmot is famed as a founder of Bussana Vecchia, about which a British documentary arts film is currently in production and many articles have been written, in papers as diverse as the New York Times, London Daily Mail, Express and the Independent. Since the restoration of his house in this historic village overlooking the Mediterranean, Sidney-Wilmot has spent the last 5 years researching 5th century Britain. This recreation is based on that work.< Less
Macrame for Beginners By Zahra Baraheri
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Macramé ("MAC ruh may") is the art/craft of tying cordage into knots in such a way that they form a useful or decorative shape. This was a very popular craft in the 1970s in the USA... More > that is now being revived in the form of jute jewelry and knotted purses. To macramé, follow these steps. Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Reign of Fire By Ray Cattie
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Fresh off of his stay of execution from the atrocities he committed at the Siege of Caerleon, Mordred and his malevolent mother Morganna find themselves once again allied with Briton’s... More > interminable enemies, the Saecsons. This time, the diabolical duo seek to turn the Church from their support of Arthur by accusing Arthur and Myrddin of trying to bring back the Druid schools, teaching pagan ways to the youth of Briton! Pope Gregory and native Briton Cardinal Dubrieius turn a deaf ear to their accusations when the pair pleads their case directly to the Holy Father in Rome. Mordred and Morganna storm back to their Saecson allies, who have teamed with another antagonist of Briton, the Jutes, and the combined forces square off in a battle for the ages against Arthur’s forces in what history has told us was Arthur’s final and greatest battle: the Battle of Mount Baedon, from whose field came no victor.< Less
Knowledge of Herbs By Sai ePublications
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Ailanthus Almond Apple Tree Arabian Jasmine Arjun Tree Asafoetida Asiatic grewia Asparagus Bacopa Balanite Bamboo Banyan Tree Barbados Aloe Barbreng Bauhinia-Red (Red Ebony) Beleric Myrobalans/... More > Beddanut Belladonality Belly ache bush Bengal Gramm Bengal Quince Betal Leaf Betal Nut Palm Bhuianvla Bitter Gourd Bitter Luffa Black Catechu Black cumin/ Nigella Seed Black Hellebore Black Musale Black night shade Black Pepper Black-basil Black-kurchi (Kala-Kuda) Blue shankhpushpi Bonduc Nut (Fevernut) Boxmyrtal/Bay-berry/Myrtalberry Brinjal/Egg-Plant Broom Jute Sida Bustard/Wild Ipecacaunha Cabbage Camphor plant Carambola Cardamon major Cardamum fruit Carrot Root Cashewnut Tree Castor oil Plant Celery fruits Celosia Century plant Chabulic Myrobalans China-Root Chireta Cinnamombark Citron Clerodendron Clove Tree< Less
frayeurs et épouvante By mario vannoye
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Bien qu’en une espèce de toile de jute épaisse, je pouvais voir à travers son sac. Des dizaines d’âmes diaphanes y étaient enfermées, hommes,... More > femmes, enfants, âmes nues et entrelacées les unes aux autres, criant et pleurant dans d’horribles souffrances. Maintenant je comprenais le sens de son expression : "je suis le Preneur d’âmes". J’en comprenais toute l’horrible signification, toute l’infamie que ces mots représentaient. C’est comme ça que nous terminons me disais-je, complètement affolé, c’est comme ça que nous terminons ! Il s’avança de nouveau et ouvrit le sac de ses doigts de mort, plongea une main à l’intérieur et en ressorti l’un de ces malheureux, juste une âme désincarnée. 154 pages - 17 nouvelles - novembre 2007 -< Less