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Ardoni Art # 6 By Ardoni Art
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When Amber and her MILF have finally had it with the Mom and Daughter next door, it's a NEIGHBORHOOD SHOWDOWN. Boiling tempers finally reach their peak when Sexy Blonde Teen Amber discovers that... More > her boyfriend is banging her next door neighbor and rival, Tonya. Amber's mother, the equally HOT MILF Ann, convinces her daughter that the only way to settle the differences with their neighbor is to call her out and confront her face to face. While accompanying her her daughter for moral support, Ann faces Tonya's mother, Tina, a buxom brunette MILF who Ann has had a feud with for months. Veteran cat fighting mother battles veteran cat fighting mother in a wild heated brawl. Each have taught their girls well as, at the same time, Daughter clashes with daughter in a sensuous violent, no holds barred battle. Written by celebrated catfight writer MANDARIN, illustrated by ARDONI. Includes Sketchbook pages. 53 Pages • PDF Format About 21 MB NUDITY, ADULTS ONLY< Less
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Outlines of Astronomy By SIR JOHN HERSCHEL
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SIR JOHN HERSCHEL Outlines of Astronomy Sir John Frederick William Herschel, only child—and, as an astronomer, almost the only rival—of Sir William Herschel, was born at Slough, in... More > Ireland, on March 7, 1792. At first privately educated, in 1813 he graduated from St. John's College, Cambridge, as senior wrangler and first Smith's prizeman. He chose the law as his profession; but in 1816 reported that, under his father's direction, he was going "to take up stargazing." He then began a re-examination of his father's double stars. In 1825 he wrote that he was going to take nebulæ under his especial charge. He embarked in 1833 with his family for the Cape; and his work at Feldhausen, six miles from Cape Town, marked the beginning of southern sidereal astronomy. The result of his four years' work there was published in 1847. From 1855 he devoted himself at Collingwood to the collection and revival of his father's and his own labours.< Less
The Encyclopaedic Cross-reference Dictionary of the Quran,Arabic-English: A First Bilingual Quranic Dictionary Mixing the Traditional Arabic Root System and the Non-Arabic Alphabetical Order By Gatie Niema Al-Hilfy
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This Arabic-English Dictionary of the Quran is the first of its kind ever, since no dictionary on earth has adopted mixing the two systems . As for authoritative Arabic-Arabic Quranic Dictionaries,... More > there is none that deals with "bare" words as such ; rather they deal with alfaz lit. "utterances". As for mixing the two systems, the Dictionary has no rival even among the purely linguistic ones or rather the only one, namely, al-wasit. As for other bilingual Arabic-English dictionaries of the Quran, the most famous one is that by the orientalist Penrice of 1873 which is a small dictionary.It is very venemous and often ridicules the Muslim commentators of the Quran.It must be abandoned.This bilingual Dictionary,then, can be of great help to English-speaking readers who are after an accurate meaning of Quranic words. Readers do not need for the first time in the history of Arabic lexicography to think of the root of the Arabic word though this very root system is strictly adopted in the Dictionary.< Less
Such a Good Girl, Such a Naughty Girl By Pablo Stubbs
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Paired tales from a Girls’ Boarding School, where uniform regulations are strictly enforced with palm & hairbrush! The ‘Good Girl’, a sixth-form girl whose behaviour was so... More > exemplary that she had never been disciplined. When told that her lack of experience would deny her the coveted position of Head Girl, she provokes a beating from the Headmistress. Since the Headmistress realises the girl’s reasons, she gets an exemplary spanking, enlivened with a fascinating running commentary on technique. She soon picks up the knack & goes on to settle scores with her rival & establish her position! The ‘Bad Girl’ a brat so spoiled by lack of discipline that she provokes her fellow schoolgirls into initiating her, in the roughest possible way. Of course the brat gets her revenge, and eventually a very fitting comeuppance. A treat for fans of traditional Girls’ Boarding School tales. Hopefully we’re still free to read of real experiences, even if it’s of things that nowadays should not be done!< Less
Such a Good Girl, Such a Naughty Girl By Pablo Stubbs
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Paired tales from a Girls’ Boarding School, where uniform regulations are strictly enforced with palm & hairbrush! The ‘Good Girl’, a sixth-form girl whose behaviour was so... More > exemplary that she had never been disciplined. When told that her lack of experience would deny her the coveted position of Head Girl, she provokes a beating from the Headmistress. Since the Headmistress realises the girl’s reasons, she gets an exemplary spanking, enlivened with a fascinating running commentary on technique. She soon picks up the knack & goes on to settle scores with her rival & establish her position! The ‘Bad Girl’ a brat so spoiled by lack of discipline that she provokes her fellow schoolgirls into initiating her, in the roughest possible way. Of course the brat gets her revenge, and eventually a very fitting comeuppance. A treat for fans of traditional Girls’ Boarding School tales. Hopefully we’re still free to read of real experiences, even if it’s of things that nowadays should not be done!< Less
South By Ernest Shackleton
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Ernest Shackleton was an Anglo-Irish explorer who is famous for his Arctic voyages, and for being a total badass. He made a number of trips south, including one in which he and his team made it a 100... More > or so miles from the South Pole. This was the closest anyone had gotten, and Shackleton would be knighted for his efforts. Soon enough he adventured south again on what was called the the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914–17. This disastrous and amazing tale is the focus of Shackleton's book South, a work of non-fiction whose thrilling adventure rivals the most vividly written fiction. After Shackleton's earlier voyages he had a knack for fundraising, so upon securing about $4M in today's money, he enlisted a crew of 56 men. The fated Endurance would be the main ship, while the vessels James Caird and Aurora would serve as support ships. Disaster struck the expedition when the Endurance became trapped in pack ice, and was slowly crushed before the shore parties could land.< Less
HBSA journal - Vol 2 No 6 By Historical Breechloading Smallarms Association
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Vol 2 No 6 (May 1993) Contents: Maxim's pistols by Dr. GL Sturgess, Initial designs, British Patents 1885 & 1886, the .45" M.P. cartridge, later pistols Maxim & Silverman's 1896 patent,... More > surviving pistols / The mysterious JJ marks by Mr R Milner, JJ marks on English retailed Colt pistols and revolvers / R.K.Wilson and the Schoenberger-Laumann by Mr CL Bryant, Laumann's Mechanical Repeating Pistol, the arrival of true automaticity, Laumann's Self-loading Mechanism, The Laumann Self-loading Pistol, the Schoenberger-Laumann, Ammunition, a Rival Claim, Dimensions of Laumann & Schoenberger Pistols, A note on RK Wilson / The .455" Cartridge in British Service by C Valentine, First Article, from .450" up to .455" Mk 1 / Patents for Inventions, Class 119 (Small-Arms) 1855 - 1929 / Book Reviews, Markku Palokangas: Sotilaskasiaseet Soumessa 1918-88 by Arms Historic Society of Finland 1991, The Lee Enfield Number 1 Rifles and The Lee Enfield Number 4 Rifles (Excalibur Publications) by Petrillo / The Metford Letters 1878< Less

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