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Guru Pakla's Curative Nostrums By Jeremiah Methuseleh
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Healing magic - the spells of curing - these are the most benign, beloved & valuable spells in any number of worlds. Where pain & suffering exist a wizard can make their name, their fortune... More > & their reputation all with a few curative tricks - Guru Pakla's Book of Curative Nostrums shows you how to make your own cures and gives examples of magical cures created through the application of specially prepared oils, plants & poultices.< Less
Marte Nostrum By Serena M. Barbacetto
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Marte Nostrum di Serena M. Barbacetto Edizioni Imperium - collana fantascienza Un geniale ingegnere della NASA, il suo strano cane-robot da riporto e una geologa spagnola non sono i soli ad... More > aggirarsi in cerca di qualcosa fra le colline multicolori, i rivoli di acqua tossica color sangue, i binari morti, le locomotive a vapore abbandonate e le forme di vita impossibili di uno dei luoghi più “alieni” del nostro pianeta. Varcando le Colonne d’Ercole, un’altra intelligenza si è spinta fino ai confini del Mare nostrum, e viene da molto, molto più lontano.< Less
Mare nostrum [Spanish] By Vicente Blasco Ibanez
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Mare Nostrum (Latin for "Our Sea") was a Roman name for the Mediterranean Sea. In the years following the unification of Italy in 1861, Italian nationalists who saw Italy as the successor... More > state to the Roman Empire attempted to revive the term.The term mare nostrum originally was used by Romans to refer to the Tyrrhenian Sea, following their conquest of Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica during the Punic Wars with Carthage. By 30 BC, Roman domination extended from the Iberian Peninsula to Egypt, and mare nostrum began to be used in the context of the whole Mediterranean Sea. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mare_Nostrum Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Operazione Mare Nostrum By Raffaele Castelli
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Giorgio aveva capito dai test al liceo che qualcuno stesse cercando altro. Ne aveva parlato con l’amico Arturo ed entrambi erano convinti di questo. Fino a che i sospetti non ebbero altri... More > indizi e poi il rapimento. Quando fu portato nel palazzo ducale di Tagliacozzo e gli fu svelata la missione. Perché ci voleva un ragazzo sveglio, atletico e insospettabile per scoprire chi provasse a penetrare nel programma di comunicazione tra gli Stati del Mediterraneo. Così era nata quella Operazione Mare Nostrum. In Grecia, dove ci doveva essere una centrale di spionaggio e anche la mente che aveva prodotto il software indicato dal presidente italiano. Perciò Giorgio divenne uno studente di informatica ad Atene, dove conobbe un certo Michele, finto ciabattino, alcune ragazze simpatiche e il professore Irakà, tra gli altri. Da fidarsi di nessuno giacché queste erano le consegne. La scoperta di chi tradisse fu complicata, proprio per le molteplici interferenze, gli aspetti equivoci di tutti e la nuova realtà da vivere.< Less
LA APRECIACIÓN DEL MARE NOSTRUM By Luis Vargas Alejo
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Es una recopilación de poemas escritos durante los años 2013 2014 y 2015 conteniendo temas diversos y monográficos.
Theatre’s Medicine Show and Its Politicized Nostrum of the Absurd: Eugène Ionesco’s Failed Miracle Cure By Daniel Deleanu
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A logosophistic examination of Ionesco's so-called "theatre of the absurd."
Personal Essay and Memoir By Scholastic Writing Awards 2018 Northeast IN and Northwest OH
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Gold and Silver Key winners from the Northeast IN and Northwest OH Writing Region, a part of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards 2018. Cover Art by: Gray, Georgia from Canterbury Middle School,... More > Painting entitled "nostrum fabulas summum we are our stories".< Less
ATLANTIS - C'sir Princess Shardana and the mystery of the stolen nuptial box By Enzo Marciante
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A wonderful island in the middle of the West Mediterranean, a Princess to whom the trousseau box is stolen... it is the beginning of a dream-adventure in the authentic Shardana World, a jump in... More > three thousand years ago, the rediscovery of a splendid forgotten Civilization. A chance to meet Ulysses at the end of his wandering, above all to rediscover and give back dignity to the real Mare Nostrum and to the great People that was lord of it in ancient time, in the most ancient time as ever!!< Less
ATLANTIS - C'sir Princess Shardana and the mystery of the stolen nuptial box By Enzo Marciante
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A wonderful island in the middle of the West Mediterranean, a Princess to whom the trousseau box is stolen... it is the beginning of a dream-adventure in the authentic Shardana World, a jump in... More > three thousand years ago, the rediscovery of a splendid forgotten Civilization. A chance to meet Ulysses at the end of his wandering, above all to rediscover and give back dignity to the real Mare Nostrum and to the great People that was lord of it in ancient time, in the most ancient time as ever!!< Less
Zoonomia : Or the Laws of Organic Life, Volume II (Illustrated) By Erasmus Darwin
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“The want of a theory, deduced from such strict analogy, to conduct the practice of medicine is lamented by its professors; for, as a great number of unconnected facts are difficult to be... More > acquired, and to be reasoned from, the art of medicine is in many instances less efficacious under the direction of its wisest practitioners; and by that busy crowd, who either boldly wade in darkness, or are led into endless error by the glare of false theory, it is daily practised to the destruction of thousands; add to this the unceasing injury which accrues to the public by the perpetual advertisements of pretended nostrums; the minds of the indolent become superstitiously fearful of diseases, which they do not labour under; and thus become the daily prey of some crafty empyric.”< Less