A Legacy Of Ancient Oaks

Author: Mark Frith
Editor: Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
ISBN: 9781842466674
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Twenty-two drawings of ancient oak trees located throughout Great Britain.

A Legacy Of Deceit

Author: Huey Farrell
Editor: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1643502646
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Southeast Louisiana is steeped in history and family. Every family has a legacy. Some legacies are passed from one generation to the next, while others are as murky and troubled as the waters of the Mississippi River. The New Orleans Saints had a legacy of being perennial losers, however in 2009 that legacy was altered. Set during the Saints miracle season these characters discover their true legacy. At twenty-four Chloe Fuller considered her life a bit of a fairytale. She grew up in a huge h

Villages Of Britain

Author: Clive Aslet
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1608196720
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Britain's villages are world famous for their loveliness and idiosyncratic charm. Each village is different; travel across the country and you will unearth a joyous variety, from straggly Leintwardine in Herefordshire to BBC-film-perfect Askrigg in Yorkshire to higgledy-piggledy tourist hub Polperro in Cornwall to Miserden in Gloucestershire, with its staggeringly beautiful gardens, to Pittenweemin Fife, still eking a living from fishing, to the warring villages of Donhead St. Mary and Donhead St. Andrew in Wiltshire. History and architecture account for some differences-the memorials in churches, the details of door frames and chimney stacks-but there are also differences of spirit, and in how life is lived there today. What are the thriving local businesses? What are they selling in the shops-or are there shops at all? What are the traditions, old or invented? Who are the people who make these communities work? In this captivating volume, Clive Aslet draws on thirty years of travel in the countryside working for Britain's Country Life magazine to give us a living, personal, and opinionated history of five hundred of Britain's most beautiful and vibrant villages. Meticulously researched and drawing from conversations with local residents, publicans, and vicars, this book is both an indispensable gazetteer for anyone planning to tour the countryside and a portrait of rural Britain in a time of change.

What Did Capability Brown Do For Ecology The Legacy For Biodiversity Landscapes And Nature Conservation

Author: Christine Handley (eds)
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1904098657
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Flora Britannica

Author: Richard Mabey
Editor: Sinclair-Stevenson
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Illustrated throughout in colour, and organised thermatically rather than botanically, THE CONCISE makes available for the first time, at an affordable price, the fruits of five years of painstaking research. Like FLORA BRITANNICA, this selection includes personal anecdotes, observations and regional knowledge of people from all over Britain.

When All Else Falls Away

Author: Nigel Fairhead
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Overcoming adversity, learning to accept, and finding beauty in the world around are some of the elements that make this story a different experience. The author lost his wife and daughter when they were abducted, raped and murdered by three men while fishing in Natures Valley on the Eastern Cape coast.

Falling To Earth

Author: Rob Taylor
Editor: Nook Press
ISBN: 9781538060407
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What was and what is are pulled together by the strong gravity of home.The irresistible pull from memories of who we were blends with the reality of how the moments shape who we are. The mighty oaks grow their strong twisted branches from tiny acorns shaped by nature and weight of their branches. Those ancient oaks watch over us as we grow shaped by moments of our lives. After growing up in a small town in southern Georgia, Tom moved away to Colorado to teach high school. After many years and retiring, he returns to Prosperity reuniting with childhood friends and a legacy born witness by the oaks.

Notes And Queries

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Woodlands

Author: Oliver Rackham
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007493843
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‘Trees are wildlife just as deer or primroses are wildlife. Each species has its own agenda and its own interactions with human activities ...’

Charter Awards

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"With its focus on urban design, the Charter Awards are dramatically different from most architecture awards. Most awards assess buildings in a vacuum, neglecting the context of the surrounding environs. The Charter Awards look at how plans and projects respond to and integrate with their environment and, consequently, how they improve the human experience of blocks, neighborhoods, and regions"--Publisher's Web site, viewed July 23, 2004.

Bismarck S Legacy

Author: Steven C. Jones
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Legacy Of Magic

Author: Leonie Kooiker
Editor: William Morrow
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A modern-day witch's apprentice, his skeptical friend, and an ancient book of magic come together in the course of a hunt for a hidden legacy of priceless coins.

Discover America

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Editor: Harpercollins
ISBN: 9780861450817
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Friends Intelligencer

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The Other Side Of The Painting

Author: Wendy Wolfe Rodrigue
Editor: University of Louisiana at Lafayette
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In this collection, Rodrigue restructures and approaches anew various essays from her blog "Musings of an artist's wife," exposing the personal history and inspirations that brought her not only to a life devoted to art history, but also to a life as muse and archivist to one artist: her husband, the painter George Rodrigue.

British Wildlife

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