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Dishy's Holiday ('Made for America' US Edition) By Nicola J Bolton
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When their human owners jet off on a fortnight's vacation to Lanzarote, Dishy the dishwasher and the other household appliances are stuck at home feeling bored. Fridge confesses that he's always... More > wanted to visit "a place where all fridges dream of going" - the North Pole. Suds the washing machine would rather spend a week on an activity vacation ... in a laundromat! Wheezy the tumble dryer would prefer to stay at home due to a fear of travel sickness. So Dishy decides to organize a package vacation for everyone!< Less
Dishy's Holiday ('Made for America' US Edition) By Nicola J Bolton
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When their human owners jet off on a fortnight's vacation to Lanzarote, Dishy the dishwasher and the other household appliances are stuck at home feeling bored. Fridge confesses that he's always... More > wanted to visit "a place where all fridges dream of going" - the North Pole. Suds the washing machine would rather spend a week on an activity vacation ... in a laundromat! Wheezy the tumble dryer would prefer to stay at home due to a fear of travel sickness. So Dishy decides to organize a package vacation for everyone!< Less
Chemical-Free Skin Health By Bob Root
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Are You Destroying Your Skin Ecosystem? Healthy skin is a balance between the probiotic microbiome on it and the chemicals in skin care products that can destroy it. Like the flora in your gut, the... More > flora on your skin thrives naturally. Cleaning your skin is essential to good health. Destroying it with antibacterial agents and chemicals designed into skin care products changes the balance. This change can and does result in many skin disorders. These chemicals and bactericides are in most personal care, household and even prescription products. Designed for safety, they just may be killing the ecosystem on your skin. Skin is your largest and most vulnerable organ. Love it and it will love you. Protect it and it will protect you. Abuse it and it will shorten your life.< Less
Chemical-Free Skin Health By Bob Root
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Are You Destroying Your Skin Ecosystem? Healthy skin is a balance between the probiotic microbiome on it and the chemicals in skin care products that can destroy it. Like the flora in your gut, the... More > flora on your skin thrives naturally. Cleaning your skin is essential to good health. Destroying it with antibacterial agents and chemicals designed into skin care products changes the balance. This change can and does result in many skin disorders. These chemicals and bactericides are in most personal care, household and even prescription products. Designed for safety, they just may be killing the ecosystem on your skin. Skin is your largest and most vulnerable organ. Love it and it will love you. Protect it and it will protect you. Abuse it and it will shorten your life.< Less
Camp Chesapeake Letters, 1935 to 1943 By Andrea Morris
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Here in their own words is an intimate look at the everyday life of an American steel mill office worker’s family, from the depression in the 1930’s, to the mid 1940’s, almost... More > through World War II. The father of a young family with origins in Coatesville, Chester County travels each summer from Claymont, Delaware, where he retained a job throughout with the Worth Steel Company, to Camp Chesapeake, North East, Maryland, and receives letters. Household chores, shopping, including homefront rationing, dental health, a surprising collection of public amusements, including the movies, or motion pictures, organized amateur baseball, and natural swimming venues, including trips to Atlantic City, are described, often in detail including costs. Employment and budget concerns, raffles, and the work place, including office politics are discussed. Camp Chesapeake was organized by the Coatesville YMCA in 1916 based on the “Four Square” camp principles.< Less
Soft Tissue By YaYa Chou
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Exhibition catalogue of "Soft Tissue: Sculpture and Works on Paper by YaYa Chou" at Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN, USA, 2010. This catalogue includes an essay by Sarah Aubrey,... More > Curator of American Art at Fort Wayne Museum of Art, artist statement, 18 plates of water color drawings and 13 plates of sculpture. Inspired by anatomy illustrations, Chou re-interprets the meaning of organs by combining western terminology and eastern philosophy with detail rendered drawing and intuitive writing. Glass sculpture hand blown according to artist's original maquettes, as well as other lab and household glass containers represent human and plant organs. Each vessel houses found/natural objects, body parts and handmade small sculptures; some embellished with either one word, one phrase or a poem. They depict life events shared by common human and animal experience of existence.< Less
Soft Tissue By YaYa Chou
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Exhibition catalogue of "Soft Tissue: Sculpture and Works on Paper by YaYa Chou" at Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN, USA, 2010. This catalogue includes an essay by Sarah Aubrey,... More > Curator of American Art at Fort Wayne Museum of Art, artist statement, 18 plates of water color drawings and 13 plates of sculpture. Inspired by anatomy illustrations, Chou re-interprets the meaning of organs by combining western terminology and eastern philosophy with detail rendered drawing and intuitive writing. Glass sculpture hand blown according to artist's original maquettes, as well as other lab and household glass containers represent human and plant organs. Each vessel houses found/natural objects, body parts and handmade small sculptures; some embellished with either one word, one phrase or a poem. They depict life events shared by common human and animal experience of existence.< Less
Farmers' Guide to Disaster Assistance, Sixth Edition By Karen R. Krub et al.
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This guide describes and analyzes programs that may be of assistance to farmers facing a natural disaster, such as drought, flood, or excessive snow and cold weather. This publication contains... More > detailed information on Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Individual and Households Program; FEMA Disaster Unemployment Assistance; Federal Crop Insurance; Non-Insured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP); Emergency Conservation Program; Disaster Assistance for Livestock Producers; Farm Service Agency (FSA) Emergency (EM) Loans; Farm Service Agency (FSA) Disaster Set-Aside; Small Business Administration (SBA) Disaster Loans; Bankruptcy; and Federal Income Taxes. This Sixth Edition also contains information for Organic Farms. 7/14/08 NOTICE: An important deadline as discussed in the Farmers’ Guide to Disaster Assistance, Sixth Edition, 2008 has been changed. Please go to FLAG's Disaster page to view the full notice.< Less
highly effective habits of successful people-AAA+++ brand new By been Red
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I notice people complaining at all times there aren't enough time in the day. Between working, sleeping, paying e-bills, answering emails, texting, household chores, commuting, fixing the vehicle and... More > coping with idiots, the Twenty four hours during the day whirl by and there is not enough available time to enjoy life, not enough available time to relax with friends and relations, not enough available time to try and do those things we are saying we ought to do. You understand: "We should go on a picnic"; "We should take a drive to the coast"; "We ought to have a poker night." Points that never happen because there are not really adequate time in the day. Everyone can get more things completed in the same time or even less. Practice these tips can be used to organize and slap rockets onto your home and social life. And so, we begin!< Less
The “People Power” Makin’ Money Superbook: Book 5. Real Estate Job - Business Guide (Real Estate Profit Ideas, Rental Income, Flipping, Foreclosures, Promissory Notes) By Tony Kelbrat
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No matter what is happening in the economy, households are still being formed and everyone of them needs a place to live. If you like houses and don't mind working the evening/ weekend hours, this... More > could be a very rewarding career for you. Sales of houses can earn large commissions. You have to be very organized and always on the lookout for new listings but once you've sold a few houses in an area, word of mouth will bring your next clients. There is a licensing course involved but you can take this while you're still working at your old job. Simply look up Real Estate in your local phonebook and see if there are any mail order courses offered. Like insurance, many people start this business part-time until they sell their first house and see how much money they can make from one sale.< Less

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