Contesting The Super Bowl

Author: Dona Schwartz
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135222614
Size: 15,79 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Super Facts Of The Super Bowl

Author: John Massaro
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1425980368
Size: 14,20 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This is "a guide to both Super Bowl history and Super Bowl trivia. It provides both historical and trivial facts about the games themselves, the teams, the head coaches, and points and scoring in a format that is both easy and fun to read."--Page 4 of cover.

Singing Bowl Exercises For Personal Harmony

Author: Anneke Huyser
Editor: Binkey Kok, Holland
ISBN: 9789074597395
Size: 17,46 MB
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Discusses the most important, practical aspects of the transforming energies of singing bowls, including: the power of sound; the symbolism of singing bowls, the metals from which they are made and their connection to the seven holy planets; planet tones and color correspondences, and the effect of singing bowls on the chakras. Includes exercises that encourage you to experience and experiment with the energizing vibrations of singing bowls. Photographs. Bibliography. Discography.

Dust Bowl

Author: Donald Worster
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195174885
Size: 15,60 MB
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Personal recollections recreate experiences of two Dust Bowl communities.

Turn A Bowl With Ernie Conover

Author: Ernie Conover
Editor: Taunton Press
ISBN: 9781561582938
Size: 18,70 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Provides step-by-step instructions on creating a bowl, and includes information on finding wood, preparing bowl blanks, and using the correct tools.

The Dust Bowl

Author: David Booth
Editor: Kids Can Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781550742954
Size: 11,88 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Conditions are dry on Matthew's grandfather's farm, and when Matthew asks if the farm will have to be sold, his grandfather tells him the story of how their family stayed through the Big Dry, also known as the Dust Bowl.

Ben S Chili Bowl

Author: Tracey Gold Bennett
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738554242
Size: 11,13 MB
Format: PDF
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From the days when U Street was hailed as "Black Broadway" to the current revitalization and gentrification of the new millennium, Ben's Chili Bowl survived it all. On August 22, 1958, West Indian immigrant Mahaboob Ben Ali and his fiancAA(c)e, Virginia Rollins, saw their dream realized as they opened a hot dog and chili shop on U Street. They never imagined that Ben's would become world renowned or such a beloved restaurant in the nation's capital. Today visitors to U Street will find a diverse and eclectic mix of residents, music venues, trendy shops, and, of course, "the Bowl." The images in this book provide a look back over the 50-year history of Ben's Chili Bowl, U Street, the Ali family, and the patrons who have helped define Ben's as a vibrant cultural landmark.

The Super Bowl

Author: Matt Doeden
Editor: Millbrook Press
ISBN: 1541529979
Size: 10,88 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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AudiseeĀ® eBooks with Audio combine professional narration and sentence highlighting to engage reluctant readers! The National Football League (NFL) is the most popular sports league in the United States, and the Super Bowl is its grandest stage. The incredible runs, the gutsy defensive stands, and the game-winning touchdown throws are all here. Award-winning sports author Matt Doeden explores the history of the Super Bowl and covers the championship game's greatest moments, from Vince Lombardi leading the Green Bay Packers to victory in Super Bowl I to Tom Brady and the New England Patriots coming from 25 points behind to win Super Bowl LI. Don't miss the thrills and the fanfare of the biggest game of the year.

The Thanksgiving Bowl

Author: Kroll, Virginia
Editor: Pelican Publishing
ISBN: 9781455612956
Size: 13,35 MB
Format: PDF
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The Dust Bowl

Author: Ronald A. Reis
Editor: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 1438117469
Size: 13,96 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Housewives hung wet sheets and blankets over windows and struggled to seal every crack with gummed paper strips. A man avoided shaking hands because the static electricity generated from a dust storm might knock his greeter flat. Children's tears turned to mud. Dead cattle, when pried open, were found filled with pounds of gut-clogging dirt. The simplest thing in life, taking a breath, became life threatening. Conditions in America's prairie during the Dirty Thirties were no blind stroke of nature, however. They had their origins in human error and in the misuse of the land. The Dust Bowl recounts the factors that led to these conditions, how those affected coped, and what can be learned from the tragedy, considered by many to be America's worst prolonged environmental disaster.