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Flew, Not Fell By Jesse Haubert
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When a girl and a horse perform at the famous horse diving stunt show, an audience member makes a shocking accusation.
Cellular Cofferdams By Pile Buck
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This working manual covers everything from theory, practical design, templates, installation, filling, equipment, maintenance to removal. With the combination of the TVA Technical Monograph 75-Steel... More > Sheet Pile Cofferdams on the Rock manual and the US Corps of Engineers manual - Theoretical Manual for Design of Cellular Sheet Pile Structures our Cellular Cofferdams handbook make for an excellent reference book. Cellular Cofferdams, the large, barrel-like, interconnected structures formed of steel sheet piling and filled with coarse soil. Generally utilized for dewatering large construction sites as well as building piers, quaywalls, bulkheads, breakwaters and artificial islands. Over the years, a few papers on design theory have come forth, but only one complete publication devoted to the entire subject.< Less
One Morning In Jersey City By Anthony Buccino
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Poems written along the Hudson River Walkway, Grundy Pier, and the Colgate clock in Jersey City, N.J. You can hear a lot by looking around. Sometimes, standing along the Hudson River shoreline, you... More > can dream of the freedom in the sailing beauty slipping through the waves, or question the signals proffered by a hungry seagull, or ponder why the pigeons follow you. Or you could sit ever so still and listen to the clatter of heels on the tile as the cigarette mafia heads outside for fresh air, while you slip in among them and consider the steel and glass surroundings.< Less
One Morning In Jersey City By Anthony Buccino
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Poems written along the Hudson River Walkway, Grundy Pier, and the Colgate clock in Jersey City, N.J. You can hear a lot by looking around. Sometimes, standing along the Hudson River shoreline, you... More > can dream of the freedom in the sailing beauty slipping through the waves, or question the signals proffered by a hungry seagull, or ponder why the pigeons follow you. Or you could sit ever so still and listen to the clatter of heels on the tile as the cigarette mafia heads outside for fresh air, while you slip in among them and consider the steel and glass surroundings.< Less