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Somewhere over the Toll Bridge By Martin Clarke
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I was raised in a village near Nottingham and after leaving school I worked in the building trade for forty five years. This is an account of my life and some of the incidents that occurred then and... More > in later years.< Less
Somewhere over the Toll Bridge By Martin Eden Clarke
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I was raised in a village near Nottingham and after leaving school I worked in the building trade for forty years. This is an account of my life and some of the incidents that occurred then and in... More > later years. It gives an insight into how the building trade was in past before Health and Safety and Political Correctness kicked in.< Less
Toll Road Traffic & Revenue Forecasts By Robert Bain
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Toll roads, bridges and tunnels represent the most popular class of infrastructure attracting international private finance today. Many deals, however, expose financiers, insurers and other project... More > counterparties to demand risk. This moves traffic and revenue forecasts centre-stage in terms of being able to understand and test the investment proposition - yet the forecasting process itself often remains a mystery. Additionally, there are frequent concerns about predictive reliability. Written specifically for credit analysts, investors and other professionals whose primary expertise lies outside transportation, this book lifts the lid on the 'black box' of traffic and revenue forecasting. The author, Robert Bain (ex-S&P and a civil engineer with 20+ years of forecasting experience) has prepared a straightforward guide which highlights key issues to watch for and suggests ways in which the forecasts can be analysed to improve transparency and investor understanding.< Less
Toll Road Traffic & Revenue Forecasts By Robert Bain
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Toll roads, bridges and tunnels represent the most popular class of infrastructure attracting international private finance today. Many deals, however, expose financiers, insurers and other project... More > counterparties to demand risk. This moves traffic and revenue forecasts centre-stage in terms of being able to understand and test the investment proposition - yet the forecasting process itself often remains a mystery. Additionally, there are frequent concerns about predictive reliability. Written specifically for credit analysts, investors and other professionals whose primary expertise lies outside transportation, this book lifts the lid on the 'black box' of traffic and revenue forecasting. The author, Robert Bain (ex-S&P and a civil engineer with 20+ years of forecasting experience) has prepared a straightforward guide which highlights key issues to watch for and suggests ways in which the forecasts can be analysed to improve transparency and investor understanding.< Less
Quick Guide: For Whom the Bell Tolls By College Guide World
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For Whom the Bell Tolls is a novel by Ernest Hemingway published in 1940. It tells the story of Robert Jordan, a young American in the International Brigades attached to a republican guerrilla unit... More > during the Spanish Civil War. As a dynamiter, he is assigned to blow up a bridge during an attack on the city of Segovia. Hemingway biographer Jeffrey Meyers writes that the novel is regarded as one of Hemingway's best works, along with The Sun Also Rises, The Old Man and the Sea, and A Farewell to Arms.< Less
Literature Help: "For Whom the Bell Tolls" By Students’ Academy
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“For Whom the Bell Tolls” by Ernest Hemingway was first published in the year 1940. The story revolves around Robert Jordan, a young American. Jordon happens to be in the International... More > Brigades which is attached to a republican guerrilla unit during the Spanish Civil War. Jordon happens to be a dynamiter. He is given an assignment to blow up a bridge during an assault on the city of Segovia. “For Whom the Bell Tolls” is often considered as Ernst Hemingway’s most significant work. His other famous novels are “The Sun Also Rises”, “The Old Man and the Sea”, and “A Farewell to Arms.” Literature Help: "For Whom the Bell Tolls" Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: About the Title Chapter Three: Plot Summary Chapter Four: Characters Chapter Five: Complete Summary Chapter Six: Critical Analysis< Less
Wayne County, N.C. - Bridge Records (1793-1886) By Stewart Dunaway
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A very nice collection of bridge records, including a number of detailed construction requirements, providing insight to these early bridges. There is a fair quantity of bridge specifications... More > providing construction details. Also included in this collection is a transcript of the NC State Supreme Court decision over navigable waterway versus a toll bridge.A number of maps included from N.C. Soil Survey (1900's)to assist in illustrating the locations of these bridges (on both counties today - Wayne and Wilson). Also a map of Waynesboro and Goldsboro from the 1850 NC Railroad maps.< Less
Across the Delaware 2016 By Kevin Frankenfield
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Iron Bridges in District 2 on the Delaware River. From Trenton, NJ to Belvedere, NJ. Trenton Makes Bridge, Calhoun Street Bridge, Washington Crossing Bridge, New Hope - Lamberville Bridge, Stockton... More > Bridge, Lumberville-Raven Rock Bridge, Frenchtown Bridge, Milford - Upper Black Eddy Bridge, Riegelsville Bridge, Easton Free Bridge, Easton Toll Bridge, Riverton-Belvidere Bridge.< Less
A Long Tradition By John Sliz
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The 9th (Airborne) Field Company, Royal Engineers has had a long tradition of fighting as infantry and the operation at Arnhem was no exception. Over nine days the company obtained the highest death... More > toll of any unit in the British 1st Airborne Division. This disproportionally high figure shows how involved they were in the battle at the bridge, in the battle trying to get to the bridge and in the defense of the Oosterbeek Perimeter. In the end, roughly thirty percent of those who landed by glider nine days previously managed to evacuate across the river. It was a high price to pay. This is book #6 in the Market Garden Engineer Series and, like the others in the series, it contains numerous original maps and photos.< Less
The 6:66 Express By Nyc Brennan
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Ladies and germs, boys and squirrels, hold on to your hats! The 6:66 Express is a one-way ticket headed for the skin of death’s teeth, a tour de force en route to the mirth that lies within... More > life’s constant forking. This tale winds around the road to perdition to pay the toll across the broken bridge of redemption. Our story is the revival of a man too shallow and afraid to face life and take joy from it. Our story is a journey to face The Face of Life, a clown so not funny, you’ll remember how to laugh!< Less