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Icarus 2011 (Full Color) By USAFA Cadets
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Foundation Leatherwork - full color By Morning Star
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Foundation Leatherwork, features leather creation from basic to advanced. Beginning with what is leather, its history, structure and terminology. Put together a simple inexpensive tool kit, with... More > photos of the tools. Over 30 design ideas, patterns and construction techniques, from simple no sew medicine bags, tarot card holders, journal covers, flute bags, clothing, belt pouches, tobacco pouch, snakeskin wristbands, belt buckles and more< Less
Foundation Leatherwork - full color By Morning Star
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Foundation Leatherwork, features leather creation from basic to advanced. Beginning with what is leather, its history, structure and terminology. Put together a simple inexpensive tool kit, with... More > photos of the tools. Over 30 design ideas, patterns and construction techniques, from simple no sew medicine bags, tarot card holders, journal covers, flute bags, clothing, belt pouches, tobacco pouch, snakeskin wristbands, belt buckles and more< Less
Exercises in Full Color By Doug Jones
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These are the exact same exercises within the pages of Exercise Your Eccentric Genius, yet they are in FULL COLOR and high resolution. 7 exercises for PUSH muscles with 2 variations each. 7... More > exercises for LEGS muscles with 2 variations each. 7 exercises for PULL muscles with 2 variations each. This document contains a total of 42 different exercises for every major muscle group of the body... to be performed either at home or in the gym.< Less
Years of Shade (full color) By Champ Thornton
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The branches and roots of the Thornton family tree spread out in myriad directions. Spanning nine centuries, "Years of Shade" chronicles the story of one family line. This particular tree... More > sprouted in the soil of northwest England, grew steadily in the environs of London, was transplanted to Colonial Virginia, and came into full bloom across the southern states of Georgia, Alabama, and Texas. Although five years in the making,"Years of Shade" is not a technical family history. Instead, it recounts the general contours of one family’s history, paying special attention to the guiding and protecting hand of God. In His providential kindness He has given “years of shade.”< Less
Years of Shade (full color) By Champ Thornton
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The branches and roots of the Thornton family tree spread out in myriad directions. Spanning nine centuries, "Years of Shade" chronicles the story of one family line. This particular tree... More > sprouted in the soil of northwest England, grew steadily in the environs of London, was transplanted to Colonial Virginia, and came into full bloom across the southern states of Georgia, Alabama, and Texas. Although five years in the making,"Years of Shade" is not a technical family history. Instead, it recounts the general contours of one family’s history, paying special attention to the guiding and protecting hand of God. In His providential kindness He has given “years of shade.”< Less
Collaboratism Full Color Version By Andre van de Geijn
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Gadgets. Who doesn't have a use for them today. Laptops, mobile phones, MP3/MP4 players, GPS navigators, remote-controlled car keys, flat screen TVs, and too many others to mention. The basis for the... More > seemingly never-ending stream of gadgets was the invention of the transistor (about 60 year ago). Millions, or even billions of those tiny 'switches' combined in high-density semiconductor devices are the reason your gadgets work and why they are constantly shrinking in size. Those familiar looking semiconductor devices are for many people simply 'black boxes'. Most may not care how they work, some are curious about how they are made, but for others, it is their job to create and improve them. This book gives an overview of how those semiconductor black boxes are developed, starting with the design, followed by a look at diffusion, and finally assembly/test, with the focus on how collaboration is the key to high-quality End-Products.< Less
Collaboratism Full Color Version By Andre van de Geijn
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Gadgets. Who doesn't have a use for them today. Laptops, mobile phones, MP3/MP4 players, GPS navigators, remote-controlled car keys, flat screen TVs, and too many others to mention. The basis... More > for the seemingly never-ending stream of gadgets was the invention of the transistor (about 60 year ago). Millions, or even billions of those tiny 'switches' combined in high-density semiconductor devices are the reason your gadgets work and why they are constantly shrinking in size. Those familiar looking semiconductor devices are for many people simply 'black boxes'. Most may not care how they work, some are curious about how they are made, but for others, it is their job to create and improve them. This book gives an overview of how those semiconductor black boxes are developed, starting with the design, followed by a look at diffusion, and finally assembly/test, with the focus on how collaboration is the key to high-quality End-Products.< Less
DESOLATION(full color) By Toyofumi Miura
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Puzzling Portmeirion (full color) By Craig Conley
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Portmeirion village is a whimsical seaside tourist destination on the west coast of Wales, attracting 250,000 visitors annually. A retirement project by an eccentric British architect named Sir... More > Clough Williams-Ellis, this "home for fallen buildings" is a fascinating architectural garden for day visitors and an elaborate resort for overnight guests. Portmeirion is famous as the shooting location for the 1960s cult television series "The Prisoner," starring Patrick McGoohan and is well-known for the line of botanical-themed pottery it produces. PUZZLING PORTMEIRION is an insightful guidebook that explores Sir Clough's trailblazing experiments in virtual reality, his subtle but powerful time-warping and space-folding tricks, the little-known myths and legends echoing down every footpath, and the myriad restless spirits at play. Eccentric globe-trotters will have their eyes opened, curiosities piqued, feet motivated, and pens recording the most fascinating entries in their travel diaries, bar none.< Less