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The Frigate 2010 By Frigate Club
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The 2010 edition of the literary journal of Palm Springs High School
The Frigate 2007 By Claire Davidson
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This lively collection of student poetry, prose, photography and art is a one-of-a-kind production that provides new, youthful insight to the meaning of life (“To the Death of a Friend”,... More > Nicholas Snider), the appreciation of nature (“The Campfire”, Kai Boyd) and a humorous take on heartbreak (“The Crush”, Anonymous). It examines prejudice (“Protection”, Manpreet Luthra) and poignantly examines the errors of the college selection process (“An Unwritten College Essay”, Anh Le). The photography and artistry takes you inside a new world with groundbreaking work from Ashley Tarr, beautiful Northern scenery from Jonard Ingal, and naturally-lit photos from Karla Zapata that “absolutely glow”. Boasting 38 contributors and more than 100 entries, The Frigate 2007 is sure to have readers begging for more. Note: The Frigate 2007 was not written by the listed author. It was a combined school effort and was edited by Claire Davidson and Marina Gillmore.< Less
Three Frigates By Chris Bennett
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For nearly two decades the three President Class frigates acquired by the SA Navy in the 1960s dominated the South African maritime scene. These three ships - President Kruger, President Steyn and... More > President Pretorius were ordered from Britain in the 1950s in compliance with the requirements of the so-called Simon’s Town Agreement. In this book we find out not only about the ships themselves but also some of the political background at the time of purchase that led to their acquisition and for the first time we can read of some of the political background twenty years later that led to them being sidelined whilst still in ‘their prime’ and very useful ships.< Less
The Frigate 2008: The Second Sail By Various Artists
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The Frigate 2008: The Second Sail will take its readers on a beautiful journey through life, love, and death with its 110 poignant essays, stories, poems, photos, and drawings. Filled with the work... More > of talented young writers and artists from Palm Springs High School, The Frigate is sure to inspire and excite the reader through artistic masterpieces, both humorous and serious, dealing with joy, happiness, disappointment, and heartbreak. The poetry includes gems such as Maricruz Osorio’s poem, “The Silence", which contemplates the loss of innocence. Prose such as Marco Antonio Tiznado’s narrative, “Polder”, which lovingly recalls the dog that helped Tiznado through his difficult childhood, will capture readers’ hearts. Punctuated with the sweet and refreshing cartoons of Tanya Nunez, and the classic and innovative photography of Evelyn Trejo, as well as the many other phenomenal works of emerging artists, The Frigate 2008 is a breath of fresh air for readers young and old.< Less
The Frigate 2008: The Second Sail By Various Artists
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The Frigate 2008: The Second Sail will take its readers on a beautiful journey through life, love, and death with its 110 poignant essays, stories, poems, photos, and drawings. Filled with the work... More > of talented young writers and artists from Palm Springs High School, The Frigate is sure to inspire and excite the reader through artistic masterpieces, both humorous and serious, dealing with joy, happiness, disappointment, and heartbreak. The poetry includes gems such as Maricruz Osorio’s poem, “The Silence", which contemplates the loss of innocence. Prose such as Marco Antonio Tiznado’s narrative, “Polder”, which lovingly recalls the dog that helped Tiznado through his difficult childhood, will capture readers’ hearts. Punctuated with the sweet and refreshing cartoons of Tanya Nunez, and the classic and innovative photography of Evelyn Trejo, as well as the many other phenomenal works of emerging artists, The Frigate 2008 is a breath of fresh air for readers young and old.< Less
The Frigate 2007 (color edition) By Various Artists
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This lively collection of student poetry, prose, photography and art is a one-of-a-kind production that provides new, youthful insight to the meaning of life (“To the Death of a Friend”,... More > Nicholas Snider), the appreciation of nature (“The Campfire”, Kai Boyd) and a humorous take on heartbreak (“The Crush”, Anonymous). It examines prejudice (“Protection”, Manpreet Luthra) and poignantly examines the errors of the college selection process (“An Unwritten College Essay”, Anh Le). The photography and artistry takes you inside a new world with groundbreaking work from Ashley Tarr, beautiful Northern scenery from Jonard Ingal, and naturally-lit photos from Karla Zapata that “absolutely glow”. Boasting 38 contributors and more than 100 entries, The Frigate 2007 is sure to have readers begging for more.< Less
The Frigate 2007 (color edition) By Various Artists
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This lively collection of student poetry, prose, photography and art is a one-of-a-kind production that provides new, youthful insight to the meaning of life (“To the Death of a Friend”,... More > Nicholas Snider), the appreciation of nature (“The Campfire”, Kai Boyd) and a humorous take on heartbreak (“The Crush”, Anonymous). It examines prejudice (“Protection”, Manpreet Luthra) and poignantly examines the errors of the college selection process (“An Unwritten College Essay”, Anh Le). The photography and artistry takes you inside a new world with groundbreaking work from Ashley Tarr, beautiful Northern scenery from Jonard Ingal, and naturally-lit photos from Karla Zapata that “absolutely glow”. Boasting 38 contributors and more than 100 entries, The Frigate 2007 is sure to have readers begging for more.< Less
Miss Anna's Frigate By Jens Kuhn
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In the early months of 1809 a British frigate is trapped in the ice of the Baltic Sea. While Sweden’s war against Russia continues and Stockholm itself is threatened by invasion, several groups... More > plot against the unsuccessful king. Female spy and adventuress Anna Wetterstrand had hoped for a quiet winter together with her beloved Eric. But now the unforeseen events force her to question her loyalties and make a tough decision. Will she be able to save the king – and herself?< Less
Layer by Layer - a Minecraft building guide - Small Frigate By Michael Walther & Sauro Pasquini
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Minecraft on the High seas! A common subject people enjoy building in Minecraft (aside from all those medieval castles!) are ships of all types and sizes and some of the most enjoyable and... More > challenging ones are those with sails! These instructions will help the reader successfully build a Crusader Frigate, a nice sailing ship to defend your Minecraft trade routes. The original ColtCoyote design has been modified by Spasquini with Red Crusader’s crosses, and some materials changes to enhance the look of the craft.< Less
Summer Cruise in the Mediterranean on board an American frigate By Nathaniel Parker Willis
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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: Nathaniel Parker Willis (January 20, 1806 – January 20,... More > 1867), also known as N. P. Willis, was an American author, poet and editor who worked with several notable American writers including Edgar Allan Poe and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. He became the highest-paid magazine writer of his day. For a time, he was the employer of former slave and future writer Harriet Jacobs. His brother was the composer Richard Storrs Willis and his sister Sara wrote under the name Fanny Fern.Born in Portland, Maine, Willis came from a family of publishers. His grandfather Nathaniel Willis owned newspapers in Massachusetts and Virginia, and his father Nathaniel Willis was the founder of Youth's Companion, the first newspaper specifically for children. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nathaniel_Parker_Willis< Less