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Html5 Foundations

Author : Matt West
ISBN : 9781118432693
Genre : Computers
File Size : 25. 55 MB
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Master innovative and eye-catching website design with the exciting new Treehouse Series of books Turn plain words and images into stunning websites using HTML5 and this beautiful, full-colour guide. Taking you beyond the constraints of prebuilt themes and simple site building tools, this new Treehouse book combines practicality with inspiration to show you how to create fully customized, modern, and dazzling websites that make viewers want to stop and stay. The exciting new Treehouse Series of books is authored by Treehouse experts and packed with innovative design ideas and practical skill-building. If you're a web developer, web designer, hobbyist, or career-changer, every book in this practical new series should be on your bookshelf. Part of the new Treehouse Series of books, teaching you effective and compelling website development and design, helping you build practical skills Provides career-worthy information from Treehouse industry pros and trainers Explains HTML5 basics, such as how to format text, add scripts to pages, and use HTML5 for audio and video Also covers hypermedia, CSS and JavaScript, embedding video, geolocation, and much more Leverage pages of dazzling website design ideas and expert instruction with a new Treehouse Series book.

A Sea Grammar

Author : John Smith
ISBN : 0718105885
Genre : Naval art and science
File Size : 48. 56 MB
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Murder In Byzantium

Author : Julia Kristeva
ISBN : 0231136366
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 26. 92 MB
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"This killer is murdering members of a dubious religious sect, the New Pantheon, and leaving a mysterious figure eight drawn on their corpses. Meanwhile, Sebastian Chrest-Jones, a noted professor of human migrations, clandestinely writing a novel about the Byzantine princess-historian Anna Comnena, disappears on a quest to learn more about an ancestor who roamed across Europe to Byzantium during the First Crusade. Kristeva's recurring characters, detective Northrop Rilsky and the French journalist Stephanie Delacour, step in and desperately try to piece together the two-part mystery in the midst of their unexpected love affair.".

Ground Warfare

Author : Stanley Sandler
ISBN : 9781576073445
Genre : History
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Spanning the recorded history of ground warfare from antiquity to the Atomic Age, this three-volume authoritative reference work documents it all-from generals to GIs, catapults to Kalashnikovs, ancient Israel to post-Soviet Chechnya.

The Vow

Author : Kim Carpenter
ISBN : 9781433675799
Genre : BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
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Presents the true story of a couple who fell in love again after the wife, Krickitt, suffered a traumatic brain injury in an automobile crash and lost all memory of her previous life.

The Wisdom Of Eve

Author : Mary Orr
ISBN : 0822214296
Genre : Drama
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THE STORY: Adapted from the story by Mary Orr, on which the film All About Eve and the hit musical APPLAUSE were based. An engrossing and revealing inside story of life in New York's theatre world, told in terms of an unscrupulous ingenue'

The Final Whistle

Author : Stephen Cooper
ISBN : 9780752481241
Genre : History
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WINNER OF THE BRITISH SPORT BOOK AWARDS - RUGBY BOOK OF THE YEAR ‘A fresh and fascinating take on the impact of the Great War with a novel and moving focus’ Ian Hislop This is the story of 15 men killed in the Great War. All played rugby for one London club; none lived to hear the final whistle. Rugby brought them together; rugby led the rush to war. They came from Britain and the Empire to fight in every theatre and service, among them a poet, playwright and perfumer. Some were decorated and died heroically; others fought and fell quietly. Together their stories paint a portrait in miniature of the entire War. The Final Whistle plays tribute to the pivotal role rugby played in the Great War by following the poignant stories of fifteen men who played for Rosslyn Park, London. They came from diverse backgrounds, with players from Australia, Ceylon, Wales and South Africa, but they were united by their love of the game and their courage in the face of war. From the mystery of a missing memorial, Cooper’s meticulous research has uncovered the story of these men and captured their lives, from their vanished Edwardian youth and vigour, to the war they fought and how they died.

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