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The Book of the Aquarium and Water Cabinet By Shirley Hibberd
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The Book of the Aquarium and Water Cabinet or Practical Instructions on the Formation, Stocking, and Mangement, in all Seasons, of Collections of Fresh Water and Marine Life wrote by Shirley Hibberd.... More > AUTHOR OF "RUSTIC ADORNMENTS FOR HOMES OF TASTE," &c., &c. Published by GROOMBRIDGE & SONS, PATERNOSTER ROW in 1856. This scarce antiquarian book. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as blurred pictures. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment to protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature.< Less
The Book of the Aquarium and Water Cabinet (Illustrated) By Shirley Hibberd
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The object of this little work is to teach the beginner how to proceed safely and pleasurably in setting up aquaria, whether for mere ornament or for the study of the novel forms of animal and... More > vegetable life which these collections enable us to observe closely, no less for the increase of our knowledge of the world, than for the exaltation of our sense of the omnipotence and benignity of Him who created it.< Less
The Proper Way To Store Designer Perfume By Lisa Mathew
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The Proper Way To Store Designer Perfume Many of us possess such a wide collection of perfumes that a few of them lie forgotten in a corner of the vanity cabinet or sit collecting dust on our... More > dressing tables. And, when we remember them after a few weeks or months, we either find an empty bottle, a watered down perfume or a discolored solution. Perfume, no matter how expensive or branded it is, goes bad if not stored properly. Given are a few simple rules to keep perfume fresh for years.< Less
Joseph Gregory Rossano: Vanity By Joseph Rossano & Sandra Berrios-Torres
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In 2013, numerous animal species were declared extinct. Man’s destruction of natural habitat, introduction of invasive species, and over harvest pushed them into memory. Joseph Gregory Rossano:... More > Vanity is an installation, an expandable exhibition, and a detailed publication created by Rossano and a team of scholars and artists. Eleven extinct species are represented in various ways: sculpturally in specimen jars; drawings in the Naturalist’s tradition; historically in scientific descriptions and a scholarly catalog; and obscured by man’s DNA sequences. It is as if we could reconstruct each species with all the information provided, but Rossano complicates this act of mental remediation—his clear glass sculptures submerged in water are almost imperceptible, and we are only given a clouded glimpse of the portraits of these species. What we can best see is ourselves reflected in the mirrored glass sculpture below the cabinets reminding us that this is our vanity, literally and figuratively.< Less
Stealth Cabin Plans By LaMar Alexander
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The Stealth cabin is designed to be small and resemble an ordinary storage shed like those you can find in most backyards around the country. It can be decorated to look like a cabin/house or left... More > plain and simple to not draw attention. The cabin is designed to be self-contained with a solar power system, RV style water system, and chemical toilet and propane appliances. It can be built off grid and would be suitable for a recreation cabin, bug-out survival retreat, or homeless housing or disaster relief situation where allowed by codes. The Stealth cabin may be modified to fit your needs and the design includes a kitchen area with propane appliances, desk and closet with storage cabinets. Pull out 2 person couch bed, shower with self-contained chemical toilet, upstairs loft sleeping space for two adults or storage, 500 watt solar power system, RV water system and propane system. Plans for a small front porch are included.< Less