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Author : Günter Cornett
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Selected byPaste Magazineas a Top 10 board game of 2016. Components: One double-sided playing board, 30 Playing tiles, 60 Strings of fate, 4 Loom tiles, 2 player aids, Rulebook Number of players:2 Players Playing time: 15-30 minutes Ages: Ages 12 and up None can defy Fate but the gods themselves. Driven by the ambition of their king, the Greeks have arrived on the shores of Troy. Some seek power; some seek revenge, while others seek the great moment in battle that will define their place in history. From veteran designer G�nter Cornett,Agamemnonis a fast-paced strategy board game in which two players take the roles of ancient Greek gods during the Trojan War. By tactically deploying warriors to where they're needed across the board, each player may influence the final outcome of the battles famously detailed in Homer'sIliad. Some areas will be decided by the strength of your warriors, some by sheer weight of numbers, and others by the inspiration your heroes provide.

Let Them Eat Cake

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The Baby Farmers

Author : Annie Cossins
ISBN : 9781743314012
Genre : History
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The most common murder victim in 19th century Australia was a baby, and the most common perpetrator was a woman. Annie Cossins pieces together the fascinating story of the most infamous legal trial in Australia to reveal an underworld of struggling mothers, unwanted babies, and a society that preferred to turn a blind eye.

Chemical Engineering

Author : Dilip K. Das
ISBN : 1419501356
Genre : Architecture
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The introductory chapter reviews the test specifications and the author's recommendation on the best strategy for passing the exam. The first chapter reviews English and SI units and conversions. A complete conversion table is given. Chapter 3 covers heat transfer, conduction, transfer coefficients and heat transfer equipment. Chapter 4 covers evaporation principles, calculations and example problems. Distillation is thoroughly covered in chapter 5. The subsequent chapters review fundamentals of fluid mechanics, hydraulics and typical pump and piping problems: absorption, leaching, liquid-liquid extraction, and the rest of the exam topics. Each of the topics is reviewed followed by examples of examination problems. This book is the ideal study guide bringing all elements of professional problem solving together in one Big Book. The first truly practical, no-nonsense review for the difficult PE exam. Full Step-by-Step solutions included.

An Anomalous Jew

Author : Bird
ISBN : 9780802867698
Genre : Christianity and other religions
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Lively, well-informed portrait of the complex figure who was the apostle Paul Though Paul is often lauded as the first great Christian theologian and a champion for Gentile inclusion in the church, in his own time he was universally regarded as a strange and controversial person. In this book Pauline scholar Michael Bird explains why. An Anomalous Jew presents the figure of Paul in all his complexity with his blend of common and controversial Jewish beliefs and a faith in Christ that brought him into conflict with the socio-religious scene around him. Bird elucidates how the apostle Paul was variously perceived -- as a religious deviant by Jews, as a divisive figure by Jewish Christians, as a purveyor of dubious philosophy by Greeks, and as a dangerous troublemaker by the Romans. Readers of this book will better understand the truly anomalous shape of Paul's thinking and worldview.

The Plays Of Aeschylus

Author : A. F. Garvie
ISBN : 9781472519894
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Aeschylus is the oldest of the three great Greek tragedians. Born probably in 525 or 524 BC, he lived through the end of tyranny at Athens and the restitution of democracy. He took part in the battle of Marathon in 490 and probably also in the battle of Salamis in 480, the subject of his Persians. During his life he made at least two visits to Sicily, and died there at Gela in 456 or 455. Those who wish may believe the late story that he was killed by a tortoise, which an eagle dropped on his bald head, mistaking it for a rock on which to crack the tortoise's shell. This book deals with Aeschylus' six extant plays in the chronological order of their first production: Persians, the earliest Greek tragedy that has come down to us, Seven against Thebes, Suppliants, and the three plays of the Oresteia trilogy: Agamemnon, Libation Bearers and Eumenides. It also contains also an essay on Prometheus Bound, now generally thought not to be by Aeschylus, but accepted as his in antiquity. It is intended primarily as a readable introduction to the dramatist for A-level students of Classical Civilisation and Ancient History, and for the first two years of university courses.It should be of interest also to students of other disciplines and to the non-specialist reader.

The Alphabet Takes A Journey

Author : Bethlehem Gronneberg
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Come along with the letters of the English alphabet as they journey to a beautiful and mysterious land called Ethiopia. Travelers will be delighted with a magical tour of Ethiopia's culture, including majestic mountain landscapes and lush green forests, active volcanic lava lakes and a boat ride along the headwaters of the Blue Nile river. Also experience ancient castles, wildlife, enchanting paintings and more! In this adventure, the Ethiopian language letters - the Amharic Feedel - become cultural ambassadors by introducing you to a letter of the alphabet that connects with a family of letters of the Amharic Feedel symbolizing the same sound. Together they hike, giggle, eat, dance, listen, learn and experience. Feedel and Alphabet. Alphabet and Feedel. Friends forever. Enjoy the adventure!

Power Parenting For Children With Add Adhd

Author : Grad L. Flick, Ph.D.
ISBN : 0876288859
Genre : Family & Relationships
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As a professional working with all types of children on a daily basis, you know what a positive influence parents can have on a child's success in school and beyond. You also know how essential parental involvement is for children with attention deficit disorders, especially when the child's difficult behaviors controlsituations with his or her peers, siblings, and adults. Now you can give parents guidance and hope in dealing with their children through Power Parenting for Children with ADD/ADHD: A Practical Parent's Guide for Managing Difficult Behaviors. Written in clear, nontechnical language, this much-needed guide provides practical, real-life techniques and activities to help parents.

Subject Structure And Imagination In The Spanish Discourse On Modernity

Author : C. Christopher Soufas, Jr.
ISBN : 1137536829
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Beginning with Spanish masterworks spanning from the 16th century and continuing until the turn of the 20th century, Subject, Structure, and Imagination in the Spanish Discourse on Modernity examines Spanish resistance to embracing the predominant European model of "the autonomous thinking subject." Spanish attitudes actually anticipate the critique of modernity which ushers in Modernism during the early decades of the 20th century.

The Other Brother

Author : Geoff Elliott
ISBN : 9781741151671
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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It was early morning when Bodo Muche jolted upright from a deeply unsettling dream. He was in a cold sweat and felt ill. An image of a rickety bridge was seared onto the back of his eyes. It was a picture he could not shake. Muche had long ago learnt not to dwell on things too much, you could go crazy otherwise. But his feeling that morning was that something awful had happened to someone, somewhere. In May 1977, as South Africa teetered on the brink of civil war, Simon Holmes a Court, younger brother of billionaire Robert Holmes a Court, left the Botswanan town he called his home and simply disappeared. Three years later his skeletal remains were found a thousand miles away in the lush, dank Tsitsikamma forest. Simon's mother was convinced he had been murdered. This is the story of the shy, adventuring and sometimes reckless Holmes a Court brother and the young journalist who went in search of the truth about Simon's death. It is peopled with everybody from a white Johannesburg witchdoctor, to a hard drinking and rumour-fuelled expat community living on the edge of the vast inland Okavango Delta, the South African secret service and a free-spirited married woman with whom Simon fell helplessly in love. The Other Brother is a fascinating mystery compellingly told that takes you deep into Africa to expose the tragedy that lies at the heart of one of Australia's most prominent families.

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