Remedial Vaastu for Shops,Offices and Industries: N.H. Sahasrabuddhe
Heating and Ventilating Shops and Offices (Classic Reprint): Charles L. Hubbard
A Computer Called LEO: Lyons Tea Shops and the world´s first office computer (Text Only):Fourth Estate. ePub edition Georgina Ferry
First Special Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois on Small-Pox in the Tenement House Sweat-Shops of Chicago, 1894 (Classic Reprint): Illinois Office of Factory Inspector
When George Washington bade farewell to his officers, he did so in New York´s Fraunces Tavern. When Andrew Jackson planned his defense of New Orleans against the British in 1815, he met Jean Lafitte in a grog shop. And when John Wilkes Booth plotted with his accomplices to carry out a certain assassination, they gathered in Surratt Tavern. In America Walks into a Bar, Christine Sismondo recounts the rich and fascinating history of an institution often reviled, yet always central to American life. She traces the tavern from England to New England, showing how even the Puritans valued ´´a good Beere´´. With fast-paced narration and lively characters, she carries the story through the twentieth century and beyond, from repeated struggles over licensing and Sunday liquor sales, from the Whiskey Rebellion to the temperance movement, from attempts to ban ´´treating´´ to Prohibition and repeal. As the cockpit of organized crime, politics, and everyday social life, the bar has remained vital - and controversial - down to the present. In 2006, when the Hurricane Katrina Emergency Tax Relief Act was passed, a rider excluded bars from applying for aid or tax breaks on the grounds that they contributed nothing to the community. Sismondo proves otherwise: the bar has contributed everything to the American story. In this heady cocktail of agile prose and telling anecdotes, Sismondo offers a resounding toast to taprooms, taverns, saloons, speakeasies, and the local hangout where everybody knows your name. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Peter Ganim, Jennifer Van Dyck. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/019812/bk_adbl_019812_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
First Special Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois:On Small-pox in the Tenement House Sweat-Shops of Chicago Office of Factory Inspector Illinois
Dynamics of Property Location:Value and the Factors which Drive the Location of Shops, Offices and Other Land Uses Russell Schiller
In Town Center, players build a city in particular, the town center. They add cubes on their personal board and try to arrange them as best as possible in order to score the most victory points. Each cube represents a different type of module. Flats, shops, offices, generators, lifts, car parks, town hall can be built and stacked during the course of the game. Each module generates influence on adjacent land and on cubes directly below or above.Each round, players will gain two cubes of different colors through a non-random mechanism, build them on their game board, then eventually stack them in order to make towers according to the building rules. If the players have done their job well, some modules will be able to evolve, becoming bigger in three dimensions. The last phase is an income phase in which players gain money from the shops and parking lots if they are supplied with electricity.The bigger and higher your city is, the more victory points players will have at the end of the game, which lasts ten rounds but do not forget to provide electricity to all your flats, shops, and lifts to make them more efficient.
Imagine a year without Christmas. No crowded shops, no corny office parties, no fruitcakes, no unwanted presents. That´s just what Luther and Nora Krank have in mind when they decide that, just this once, they´ll skip the holiday altogether. Theirs will be the only house on the street without a rooftop Frosty the Snowman; they won´t be hosting their annual Christmas Eve bash; they aren´t even going to have a tree. They won´t need one, because come December 25 they´re setting sail on a Caribbean cruise. But, as this weary couple is about to discover, skipping Christmas brings enormous consequences, and isn´t half as easy as they´d imagined. A classic tale for modern times, Skipping Christmas offers a hilarious look at the chaos and frenzy that has become part of our holiday tradition. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dennis Boutsikaris. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rhuk/000067/bk_rhuk_000067_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
´´Every day someone steals money from people near the shops. We must stop this,´´ says Dan, a police officer. The police use TV cameras, but it is still not easy, because there are so many suspects. Who is the robber? An Oxford Bookworms Library reader for learners of English. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Vincenzo Nicoli. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/oxfr/000003/bk_oxfr_000003_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.