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Purple Emperor Calendar By Guy Padfield
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2020 Calendar. The Purple Emperor butterfly through the seasons. Every photograph was taken in the wild the month illustrated. Three pictures per month illustrate all stages of this butterfly, from... More > egg to adult.< Less
The Riddle of the Purple Emperor By Thomas W. Hanshew
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As excitingly improbable a detective story as ever baffled and allured the breathless reader, The Riddle of the Purple Emperor has all the thrills of adventure and murder and hate and love... More > embroidered on the groundwork of a plot as precisely worked out as a problem in mathematics.< Less
Butterfly-Lesser Purple Emperor By Maria Hrabarchuk
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Ukrainian postage stamp converted to cross stitch. This chart is all full stitches without backstitching, 3/4 or 1/2 stitches.
Butterfly-Lesser Purple Emperor By Maria Hrabarchuk
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Ukrainian postage stamp converted to cross stitch. This chart is all full stitches without backstitching, 3/4 or 1/2 stitches.
Imperial Purple By Edgar Saltus
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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: Edgar Evertson Saltus (October 8, 1855 – July 31, 1921) was... More > an American writer known for his highly refined prose style. His works paralleled those by European decadent authors such as Joris-Karl Huysmans and Oscar Wilde.Edgar Saltus was born in New York City on October 8, 1855 to Francis Henry Saltus and his second wife, Eliza Evertson. After two semesters at Yale University, Saltus entered Columbia Law School in 1878, graduating with a law degree in 1880. He wrote two books of philosophy: The Philosophy of Disenchantment (1885) focused on pessimism and in particular the philosophy of Schopenhauer and Eduard Von Hartmann, while The Anatomy of Negation (1886) tried "to convey a tableau of anti-theism from Kapila to Leconte de Lisle".His elder half-brother Francis Saltus Saltus was a minor poet. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edgar_Saltus< Less
Bios & Technos By Gary Whitechurch
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This research project analysis's nature and how architecture can learn from it to improve design. This study analysis's insects and how they have evolved to survive and demonstrates how architecture... More > can learn from them to be more efficient and sustainable. The second part of the books looks into the films Bladerunner and 28 days later and dissects them graphically to investigate the the underlying meanings. They are both very different types of films but both can be used to inspire design ideas. The final part of the book researches into the elements water and earth. Several animals that survive extremes of these elements are analysed. It has also been shown how architecture has learnt from these animals and how architecture could possibly improve in the future< Less
Centurion and Assassin II: Journeys In Africa By Robert D. Lewallen
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Tiberias Claudius Fatalis is enjoying the quiet life again as a retired Roman Centurion. Months traveling to Britannia, battling fierce Hibernians and discovering the 'Towers of Light' would be... More > enough to make any Centurion decide to stay home. Plus traveling with the giant woman Ming, former slave and highly trained Chinese assassin, might've made him want to continue to stay retired. But both Tiberias and Ming know that when Emperor Domitian makes a demand, in this case finding out why the purple dye trade is being disrupted, they must answer. And this particular demand will take them to Mauretania and the Canary Islands to encounter mysterious Gaetulians with a weapon known as the 'Havoc Rod'. And the true owners of the Rod may be linked to the Towers of Light...< Less
Firebrand By Ankaret Wells
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I sink down on one knee. The purple and black vines embroidered on my skirts spread elegantly out around me. "Your Grace of Coranza," I say with a little inclination of my head. ... More > "Will you do me the honour of accepting my hand in marriage?" For a long moment, the Duke doesn't answer me. I'm beginning to think that he's going to throw me in a dungeon after all. When adventurous widow Kadia Warner inherits the airship Concordia, she finds herself at the eye of a gathering storm. In the one duchy that remains free of the Empire, can she find love with the Emperor's erstwhile best friend? And how far will the Emperor go to get the Concordia - and Kadia - back? An industrial fantasy romance inspired by Charlotte Bronte’s Angria novelettes, featuring castles with dungeons, border fortresses without dungeons, kidnappings, masquerades, railway stranglers, duels with sword and pistol, airships, the opera, shady business practices, love, sex, danger and a mechanical birdcage.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
Paperback: $20.00