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The Riddle of the Spinning Wheel By Mary E. Hanshew
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The lights go out and there is a sound from the spinning wheel. A father is murdered. His son has the best motive. The Spinning Wheel: An old curse says, that when the Spinning Wheel spins by itself,... More > someone will die.< Less
The Riddle of the Spinning Wheel By Mary E. Hanshew & Thomas W. Hanshew
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A young woman concerned that the turmoil in her family could lead to her father's murder seeks help from Mr. Cleek of Scotland Yard. Her fear comes to pass when a room is pitched into darkness and... More > the strange sound of a spinning wheel is the omen of death.< Less
The Girl and Her Spinning Wheel By Ak Wassenaar
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This is the translation of a diary written during the last year of world war II, in Friesland, the Netherlands. the author came across the diary many years later, in her attic and had it published.... More > It describes her as a teenager and life on the farm during that time. The author is my mother's aunt, and I translated it into English so myt children can read it.< Less
Helen and Arthur or, Miss Thusa's Spinning Wheel By Caroline Lee Hentz
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Caroline Lee Whiting Hentz (June 1, 1800, Lancaster,... More > Massachusetts – February 11, 1856, Marianna, Florida) was an American novelist and author, most noted for her opposition to the abolitionist movement and her widely-read The Planter's Northern Bride, a rebuttal to Harriet Beecher Stowe's popular anti-slavery book, Uncle Tom's Cabin. She was a major literary figure in her day, and helped advance women's fiction.Caroline Hentz was born June 1, 1800, Caroline Lee Whiting to Colonel John and Oprah Whiting on June 1, 1800 in Lancaster, Massachusetts. The youngest of eight children, Caroline was raised in a very patriotic family. Her father was a soldier in the Revolutionary War and three of her brothers fought in the War of 1812. As a child, she attended a private school run by Jared Sparks. Excerpt from:< Less
Start Spinning Your Wheels - Second Edition By Hani Juha
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A simple guide to cycling and buying a bike. The pull-out checklists and easy to understand language make getting into cycling a pleasure.
The Wheel Of Fortune By M. K. Gandhi
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CONTENTS Dawn of a New Era ix SWADESHI Non-Co-operation Programme Khilafat and Swadeshi The Secret of Swaraj Swadeshi Swadeshi in the Punjab Swadeshi Stores Indian Economics How to Boycott... More > Foreign Cloth SPINNING The Music of the Spinning Wheel "Handlooms or Powermills?" Hand-spinning and Hand-weaving Hand-spinning again A Plea for Spinning The Duty of Spinning The Duty of Spinning The Doctrine of Charka The Message of the Charka The Charka in the Gita Spinning as Famine Relief The Potency of the Spinning Wheel The Wheel of Fortune The Spinning Wheel APPENDICES I. A Model Weaving-school Spinning Department The Advantage of the thin spindle Hand-Looms What Kind of Loom? Sizing Handspun Yarn II. The Wheel of Fortune< Less
The Wheel of Fortune By Mahatama Gandhi
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From the introductory: DAWN OF A NEW ERA. Many critics and some friends of Mahatma Gandhi have found fault with his desire to introduce simpler methods of spinning and weaving and to do away with... More > much of the complicated machinery of Modern Civilisation. The reason why they object is that they fear such methods mean not progress towards a higher state but relapse into a primitive condition of» civilisation or even of barbarism. His denunciation of the age of machinery and of the Industrial System has been criticised by many as the ravings of a visionary and of one who is merely an impracticable idealist. This is a strange criticism to come from those who give their allegiance to a form of civilisation or 'Culture' which has led to the unprecedented horrors of the late European War and the century-old disgraces of the Industrial System. Is this present modern civilisation so very desirable that we should wish it to continue in perpetuity?...< Less
Spinning Discs, Mirrors and Electrons By Douglas Grant & Robert Forster
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An entertaining history of the technical evolution of the medium of television, commencing with the groundwork by such people as Berzelius, Nipkow, and Braun, consolidated by the likes of John Logie... More > Baird, Jenkins, Philo Farnsworth and Vladimir Zworykin, and implemented in the UK by Marconi-EMI and the BBC, in the USA by RCA and NBC, and in Germany by the Reichpostministerium, and many more,. “Spinning Discs, Mirrors and Electrons” examines the incredible array of apparatus devised for mechanical television, the transition to wholly electronic television, and concludes as if the wheel had turned full circle, with the development of a seamless television recording system, again utilising a mechanical process – videotape!< Less

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