Miles Of Mac

Author: James Gager
Editor: Rizzoli International Publications
ISBN: 0847843513
Size: 14,84 MB
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M•A•C Cosmetics, a pioneer in professional makeup, presents one hundred looks that epitomize the span of their thirty years as the leaders in high-fashion makeup. Since its founding in 1984 by the Canadians Frank Toskan and Frank Angelo, M•A•C Cosmetics has revolutionized the role of makeup and become a leader of avant-garde and edgy looks both on and off the runway. Their motto—all ages, all races, all sexes—and unique advertising campaigns featuring RuPaul, Catherine Deneuve, Lady Gaga, and even Hello Kitty have helped to inspire experimentation and fearlessness with makeup in the modern woman (and man, too). Blending fashion, beauty, and culture with an unapologetic approach to individuality and self-expression, M•A•C has reached an unprecedented level of worldwide appeal and accessibility. As the ultimate color authority with an unrivaled spectrum of shades, M•A•C allows for full creative expression through makeup without judgement. With striking images of some of the best and most inspiring M•A•C looks to date, this stunning book celebrates M•A•C with over 200 color photographs and gives readers the opportunity to delve into the colorful and surreal world that makes M•A•C one of the most highly sought-after cosmetics brands in the world.

A Kindly Scrutiny Of Human Nature

Author: Richard J. Preston
Editor: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
ISBN: 1554587689
Size: 13,34 MB
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A Kindly Scrutiny of Human Nature is a collection of essays honouring Richard (Dick) Slobodin, one of the great anthropologists of the Canadian North. A short biography is followed by essays describing his formative thinking about human nature and human identities, his humanizing force in his example of living a moral, intellectual life, his discernment of people’s ability to make informed choices and actions, his freedom from ideological fashions, his writings about the Mackenzie District Métis, his determination to take peoples experience seriously, not metaphorically, and his thinking about social organization and kinship. An unpublished paper about a 1930s caribou hunt in which he participated finishes the collection, giving Dick the last word.

Code Of Federal Regulations

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In The Very Beginning

Author: Eula Rae McCown
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469111594
Size: 12,50 MB
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Captain Mac

Author: Mary Morton Cowan
Editor: Boyds Mills Press
ISBN: 1629791741
Size: 10,84 MB
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From 1908 until 1954, Donald Baxter MacMillan spent nearly 50 years exploring the Arctic—longer than anyone else. Growing up near the ocean, and orphaned by 12, MacMillan forged an adventurous life. Mary Morton Cowan focuses on the vital role MacMillan played in Robert Peary's 1908-09 North Pole Expedition, as well as his relationships with explorers Peary, Matthew Henson, and Richard Byrd. She follows his long and distinguished career, including daring adventures, contributions to environmental science and to the cultural understanding of eastern Arctic natives. Working closely with the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum at Bowdoin College, Cowan showcases many MacMillan documents and archival photographs, many MacMillan's own in this winner of the John Burroughs Nature Books for Young Readers Award.

The Universal Gazetteer Being A Concise Description Alphabetically Arranged Of The Nations Towns Cities Harbours Canals Kingdoms In The Known World The Government Manners And Religion Of The Inhabitants With The Extent Boundaries And Natural Productions Manufactures And Curiosities Of The Different Countries Containing Several Thousand Places Not To Be Met With In Any Similar Gazetteer Illustrated With Fourteen Maps By John Walker The Second Edition Further Accommodated To Commercial Purposes As Well As General Information By Another Hand

Author: John Walker
Size: 12,36 MB
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Across A Thousand Miles

Author: Nadia Nichols
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 1459243609
Size: 12,46 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Heart-stopping action…and heartwarming romance! Rebecca Reed and Bill (Mac) MacKenzie have nothing in common…except their desire to run the Yukon Quest. She's an experienced musher who knows only too well how humbling the northern landscape can be. She understands that the Quest—from Whitehorse, in the Yukon, to Fairbanks, Alaska, across a thousand miles of frozen trails—will take every ounce of strength and skill. He's a cheechako, who doesn't know a dog harness from a doghouse. He's come north for a year to take care of his brother's dog team—and to escape his past. To Rebecca, his decision to run the Quest is not only arrogant, it's dangerous. Race day arrives, and Mac and Rebecca struggle against the harsh elements. One night, in a fierce snowstorm, Rebecca and her team are blown over the mountain, and only the courage of the cheechako—the man she's beginning to love—can save her.