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The Magic of Long Range Shooting By Shawn Armstrong
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This book will take you through the science, and the art that is long range shooting.
Wichita Metropolitan Studio By Blake Belanger, Jon Hunt
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This document presents nine visionary urban site plans building upon the long-range urban framework proposed in the Wichita Downtown Master Plan, Project Downtown. These proposals project a future... More > where people can live downtown in unique identifiable districts, in a city with new regional destinations, a range of urban living opportunities, iconic landmarks, compelling civic space, and new economic opportunities. The work was completed by 17 mid-level students in the Master’s of Landscape Architecture program at Kansas State University under the leadership of Assistant Professors Blake Belanger and Jon Hunt in the spring of 2013. The design studio was a collaboration with the Wichita Downtown Development Corporation, led by President Jeff Fluhr and Executive President Jason Gregory. The corporation supported the studio with funding, professional expertise, and logistical coordination with the many Wichita design professionals that contributed to the effort.< Less
The African Expedition Magazine March 2009 By Mitch Mitchell
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The Ultimate Dangerous Game Rifle: Designing for the 21st Century: The Stock ▪ Long Range Shooting: Learning to shoot from Snipers ▪ African Game Animals: Choose your favorite ▪... More > Cholera: The unseen killer ▪  Underwater Photography: Get started with a great new hobby ▪ Fate of the Leopard: A tale of Africa ▪ Press Releases ▪ Product Reviews ▪ African Bush Cuisine: Springbuck Roast with dark chocolate and chilli with sautéd fresh vegetables ▪ True North: Formula to Friendship< Less
Always Pardners By Will Welton
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In the old west and even in today's time frame you will still find some people that are partners. Some of the partnerships last a short while with others from the time they are first made until the... More > after life. The characters in this novel are factious names but the two men are buried side by side with the remarks still readable on the tombstone. The store about this long life friendship was a well known story by one of the men that knew the partners of this store.No Man’s Land was 37miles by 168 miles and a hard, unforgiving land, domain of the terrible Comanche time out of mind.< Less
Always Pardners By Will Welton
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In the old west and even in today's time frame you will still find some people that are partners. Some of the partnerships last a short while with others from the time they are first made until the... More > after life. The characters in this novel are factious names but the two men are buried side by side with the remarks still readable on the tombstone. The store about this long life friendship was a well known story by one of the men that knew the partners of this store.No Man’s Land was 37miles by 168 miles and a hard, unforgiving land, domain of the terrible Comanche time out of mind.< Less
Always Pardners By Will Welton
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In the old west and even in today's time frame you will still find some people that are partners. Some of the partnerships last a short while with others from the time they are first made until the... More > after life. The characters in this novel are factious names but the two men are buried side by side with the remarks still readable on the tombstone. The store about this long life friendship was a well known story by one of the men that knew the partners of this store.No Man’s Land was 37miles by 168 miles and a hard, unforgiving land, domain of the terrible Comanche time out of mind.< Less
"No One Really Knows" : Circumstance and Theory in English Artists from Hilliard to Hockney By Harry Carapiet
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Starting with accounts of the artists' lives and characters, and their circumstances, and using their own writings, letters, public lectures and interviews, pictures emerge of their theories of art,... More > and how those theories depended both on their personalities and on current ideas. So a range of theories appears,all different and all illustrating their periods, from Renaissance ones to Romantic ones to Modernist ones. The ten chapters are : Hilliard and Artificiality ; Hogarth and Everyday Life in London ; Reynolds and Perfect Balance ; Constable as Mr Punch ; Holman Hunt The Maniac ; William Morris : The Artist as Socialist ; Whistler : Art for Art's Sake ; Wyndham Lewis and Violence ; Bacon and Tragedy ; Hockney: 'Photography is Dead, Long Live Painting'. The 'No One Really Knows" of the title refers to what Bacon said when an interviewer asked him what made a painting.< Less
The Carnival By Andrew David James
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When Benjamin Bunt gives up his tedious office job to flee to London to live the life of a bohemian writer, a number of strange things happen. His long standing family butler turns up followed by a... More > host of old acquaintances including his college friend the Islamic fundamentalist Karim Khan and the slave trading junkie Skag. With a Mad Monk, a talking Chicken and the international crime fighter Detective Inspector Banks in tow, it makes for a range of bizarre adventures including finding the Bunt inheritance, breaking up an international slave trading operation and hunting down the anti-Christ. But life is never that simple. Especially when the Monk wants the Chicken for a kebab and the Son of God turns out to be a pot smoking naturist...< Less
Eggs, Cheese and Butter in Old Regime France By Jim Chevallier, Pierre Le Grand d'Aussy
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Green eggs were popular once, and long before Dr. Seuss, in France. Poached eggs were served with orange juice and spices. Easter eggs inspired not egg hunts, but loud, raucous processions. Cheese... More > might be eaten with sugar and even cinnamon. Brie and Parmesan cheese were popular long before modern times. Butter could be preserved with salt, but also by being melted and put in earthenware jars. On fast days, when meat was forbidden, sometimes eggs were allowed, in other periods they were not; the same thing was true of milk and cheese. These facts are all found in the brief but wide-ranging chapter the eighteenth century writer Le Grand d'Aussy included on eggs and dairy products in his three volumes on the history of French food. Two hundred years later, modern food historians still turn to Le Grand's work for information on various foods, and this new translation gives a sample of the varied and colorful information they find there.< Less
A Beginners Guide to Shiba-Inus By Ramon Delgado
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The Shiba Inu is the smallest of the six original and distinct spitz breeds of dog from Japan. A small, agile dog that copes very well with mountainous terrain, the Shiba Inu was originally bred for... More > hunting. It is similar in appearance to the Akita, though much smaller in stature. It is one of the few ancient dog breeds still in existence in the world today. The Shiba's frame is compact with well-developed muscles. Males are 141⁄2 inches to 161⁄2 inches (35–43 cm) at withers. Females are 131⁄2 inches to 151⁄2 inches (33–41 cm). The preferred size is the middle of the range for each sex. Average weight at preferred size is approximately 23 pounds (10 kg) for males, 17 pounds (8 kg) for females. Bone is moderate. Coat: Double coated with the outer coat being stiff and straight and the undercoat soft and thick. Fur is short and even on the fox-like face, ears, and legs. Guard hairs stand off the body are about 11⁄2 to 2 inches long at the withers.< Less