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Wonderful Weaves By Joyce Guthrie
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Many dogs live for and love agility but get "hung up" in the weave poles and it will cost them an otherwise perfect run and a Q. I too had this problem with Jasmine, a Great Dane that ran... More > like a Border Collie, and as such she became my inspiration for coming up with this method for teaching wonderful weaves. This training guide is written with her as the example for that reason. This method works to train weaves from the ground up as well as to retrain a dog that has developed bad habbits.< Less
SYNTHETIC SOVIET: a novel of Biological Intrigue and Family Survival in a Failing System By Walter Judson Moore
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In Synthetic Soviet, Tamara Semenova weaves a story of family and intrigue during the late Brezhnev and short Andropov years. Times were difficult with a shortage of goods as the government focused... More > on the cold war. Letters from friends, children, and her grandson depict characters that resonate. Much more than a tale, the reader plummets into the morass of a failing system and its secret biological weapons development. The intrigue that develops between these people and others involved in possible restructuring and in the biological arsenal holds the reader’s interest. Moore brings all of this together in the end with a highly plausible and surprising conclusion.< Less
SYNTHETIC SOVIET: a novel of Biological Intrigue and Family Survival in a Failing System By Walter Judson Moore
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In Synthetic Soviet, Tamara Semenova weaves a story of family and intrigue during the late Brezhnev and short Andropov years. Times were difficult with a shortage of goods as the government focused... More > on the cold war. Letters from friends, children, and her grandson depict characters that resonate. Much more than a tale, the reader plummets into the morass of a failing system and its secret biological weapons development. The intrigue that develops between these people and others involved in possible restructuring and in the biological arsenal holds the reader’s interest. Moore brings all of this together in the end with a highly plausible and surprising conclusion.< Less