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Beehive By Jennifer Brower
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Our IS600 Capstone Project Jennifer Brower is an IT Project Manager and owns Brower Tech Solutions. Jennifer enjoys politics, golf, quilting, and caring for her parakeets. She lives in Naperville,... More > Illinois.< Less
Beehive By Jennifer Brower
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Our IS600 Capstone Project Jennifer Brower is an IT Project Manager and owns Brower Tech Solutions. Jennifer enjoys politics, golf, quilting, and caring for her parakeets. She lives in Naperville,... More > Illinois.< Less
Inside a Beehive By Valerie Rhenius
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Look inside a real beehive! Can you see the queen? Enjoy this photographic look in full colour through a real south London (UK) beehive in August, with no danger of being stung. Text in English,... More > French and Spanish. Photocopiable picture to colour plus Spot the Difference activity. ISBN: 9781907092046 Note in preview first two pages are intentionally blank.< Less
The Beehive of the Romish Church By Philip of Marnix Lord of St. Aldegonde
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This biting satire and brilliant apologetic from the Reformation entertains and educates as it exposes the follies and vices of Roman Catholicism. The book shared popularity with Erasmus' Praise of... More > Folly as the two most popular books among the Protestants of the sixteenth century. A skillful diplomat and theologian, Marnix submits all the peculiar dogmas, and the whole policy of the Roman Catholic Church, to the most subtle criticism, taking himself as a defender. The biographer of Marnix, Edgar Quinet, states: "No one can read Marnix to the end and believe any longer in Catholic dogma. It will become for him as the site of a church that has been demolished and abandoned to the whistling and laughter of the winds; a final form of paganism exposed in all its nakedness; the scatterd remains of another Diana of the Ephesians; and above these ruins the conscience of modern humanity, courageously seeking, examining and tracing for itself a return to God and Liberty through the Gospel."< Less
The Beehive of the Romish Church By Philip of Marnix Lord of St. Aldegonde
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This biting satire and brilliant apologetic from the Reformation entertains and educates as it exposes the follies and vices of Roman Catholicism. The book shared popularity with Erasmus' Praise of... More > Folly as the two most popular books among the Protestants of the sixteenth century. A skillful diplomat and theologian, Marnix submits all the peculiar dogmas, and the whole policy of the Roman Catholic Church, to the most subtle criticism, taking himself as a defender. The biographer of Marnix, Edgar Quinet, states: "No one can read Marnix to the end and believe any longer in Catholic dogma. It will become for him as the site of a church that has been demolished and abandoned to the whistling and laughter of the winds; a final form of paganism exposed in all its nakedness; the scatterd remains of another Diana of the Ephesians; and above these ruins the conscience of modern humanity, courageously seeking, examining and tracing for itself a return to God and Liberty through the Gospel." < Less
Poking at Beehives: Three Painters By Nelson Gallery
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Catalogue for Poking at Beehives: Three Painters, works by Peter Edlund, Leslie Shows and Fred Tomaselli at the Nelson Gallery.Poking at Beehives is an exhibition of new paintings by three acclaimed... More > artists; Leslie Shows from San Francisco, Fred Tomaselli from Brooklyn, and Peter Edlund, long-time resident of San Francisco, now living in Brooklyn. All three artists derive their images from an interest in nature: Shows and Tomaselli use collage to depict harsh landscapes and birdlife respectively, while Edlund shows landscapes inspired by Native American language.< Less
Welcome To The Beehive: A Beginners Guide To Conquering the World of Business By Robert Safuto
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Welcome To The Beehive is a book dedicated to the worker bee in all of us. It's for and about people who are working for a living and want to get more out of their working life. The title refers to... More > the author's experience of entering the full time working world. The language and the rules of this world were different than the one's he was taught in school. In short, he felt like he had been dropped onto an alien world full of worker bees. Welcome To The Beehive teaches you ten common sense lessons to help you navigate in the world of business and greatly increase your chances of finding your own success. Relevant examples are presented from the author's life as well as from the lives of successful and well known entrepreneurs. Each lesson contains exercises that will help the reader to sharpen their abilities in that lesson area.< Less
beespace By Stephanie Newcomb
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Undergraduate Thesis Book on beekeeping, the city and the cohabitation of humans and bees.
penelope stewart : haptic exchanges By CRAM International
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Art catalogue,beeswax interventions of Penelope Stewart and documents the work installed at Maison Patrimoniale de Barthète, Boussan, France, The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York,... More > and Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Ontario.< Less
Balanced Beekeeping I: Building a Top Bar Hive By Philip Chandler
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Top bar beekeeping really is 'beekeeping for everyone' – including people with mobility problems, bad backs, or a general reluctance to lift boxes: there is no heavy lifting once your hive is... More > in place, as honey is harvested by the comb rather than by the box. Top bar hives are good for bees, good for the beekeeper and good for the environment. In this book, I will show you how easy it can be to build your own hive from scratch, using new or reclaimed timber and a few simple tools. If you can make a decent job of putting up a shelf, you can build yourself a fully functioning hive that bees will be proud to call home. By the author of The Barefoot Beekeeper.< Less