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The Race To Fix The Global Economy

Author : Sarah Levete
ISBN : 9781477778456
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The global economy is a complex system. This volume helps young people understand just how it works. In an approachable, interesting style, it explains what the global economy is and how it has evolved, how national economies are more interdependent than ever before, and how the banking system plays a role in how money flows over borders. Readers also learn how such economic interdependence can lead to global financial crises. For students interested in how money works, this volume is a great resource in helping them understand the potential and perils of a financially interdependent world.

The Blood Horse Authoritative Guide To Betting Thoroughbreds

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ISBN : 1581501196
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This step-by-step guide takes the intimidation out of betting at the racetrack. Readers learn about types of wagers from straight to exotic, how odds are set, and how to place a bet and cash a ticket. In addition, the guide explains how to read past performances. Workouts, medication, and equipment as they relate to wagering are also discussed.

A Death At The Races

Author : Caroline Dunford
ISBN : 9781786157935
Genre : Fiction
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'A perilous predicament for the ever-resourceful Euphemia. Highly entertaining.' - Penny Kline, author of The Sister's Secret 'Euphemia is charming and witty and completely adorable. Loved it.' - Colette McCormick, author of Ribbons in Her Hair It is early 1914, the world is on the brink of war and newly-weds Bertram and Euphemia Stapleford have just returned from their honeymoon. But Euphemia's duty lies with her King and country and she is ordered to accompany spymaster Fitzroy as his navigator in an unofficial car rally across Europe. Their task is to collect top-secret information at a dead drop en route from Hamburg to Monaco. Masquerading as Fitzroy's younger brother, Euphemia endures the most terrifying journey of her life. Before the race has even begun Fitzroy's life is put in danger and further violent attempts to sabotage their mission soon follow. When British double agent Otto begs them to help prevent the assassination of one of the Kaiser's relatives, they don't know who to trust. For it is impossible to tell who is actively hostile, as opposed to merely competitive, in a race in which so many lives are at stake...

Beam The Race To Make The Laser

Author : Jeff Hecht
ISBN : 9780199755721
Genre : Science
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In 1954, Charles Townes invented the laser's microwave cousin, the maser. The next logical step was to extend the same physical principles to the shorter wavelengths of light, but the idea did not catch fire until October 1957, when Townes asked Gordon Gould about Gould's research on using light to excite thallium atoms. Each took the idea and ran with it. The independent-minded Gould sought the fortune of an independent inventor; the professorial Townes sought the fame of scientific recognition. Townes enlisted the help of his brother-in-law, Arthur Schawlow, and got Bell Labs into the race. Gould turned his ideas into a patent application and a million-dollar defense contract. They soon had company. Ali Javan, one of Townes's former students, began pulling 90-hour weeks at Bell Labs with colleague Bill Bennett. And far away in California a bright young physicist named Ted Maiman became a very dark horse in the race. While Schawlow proclaimed that ruby could never make a laser, Maiman slowly convinced himself it would. As others struggled with recalcitrant equipment and military secrecy, Maiman built a tiny and elegant device that fit in the palm of his hand. His ruby laser worked the first time he tried it, on May 16, 1960, but afterwards he had to battle for acceptance as the man who made the first laser. Beam is a fascinating tale of a remarkable and powerful invention that has become a symbol of modern technology.

The Art Of The Wager Winning At The Race Track

Author : Patrick D. Tanzillo
ISBN : 9781682896600
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Mr. Tanzillo was born and raised on the North West side of Chicago. He went to Maywood Park and watched the Trotter's as a boy. He studied the history of Thoroughbred Racing and Handicapping for many years before placing his first wager. With the amount of time he studied he feels he's earned a PHD in Handicapping. His all-time favorite Jockey is the Late great Eddie 'The Master' Arcaro. His current favorite Jockey's are the Legendary Gary Stevens and of the new Breed 'Smokin' Joe Talamo. His favorite Trainers are Richard Mandella, Philip D'Amato, Mike Puype & Peter Miller. His favorite race tracks are Del Mar, where the 'Surf meets the Turf', Santa Anita Park and 'Big Sandy' Belmont Park.

Parliamentary Debates

Author : New Zealand. Parliament
ISBN : UCSC:32106019841367
Genre : New Zealand
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Parliamentary Debates

Author : New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives
ISBN : UCAL:B2890118
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Do You Want To Work On A Race Car Pit Crew?

Author : Cullen Gwin
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Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Have you ever though about working on a race car? Maybe you want to be one of the pit crew people? Being part of the pit crew can be fun. You get to be a part of the race. You get to work on race cars. You also get to see the race from the middle of the track. It can be fun and exciting to see the race going around you, but being on the pit crew is also hard work. The pit crew keeps the car running during a race. They change the tires. They give it more gas. They keep the windshield clean. They also make small repairs to the car. This book goes through each of the jobs on a pit crew and tells you what to expect. Maybe you can work on a race car pit crew! Ages 7 to 10. Educational Versions include exercises designed to meet Common Core standards. LearningIsland.com believes in the value of children practicing reading for 15 minutes every day. Our 15-Minute Books give children lots of fun, exciting choices to read, from classic stories, to mysteries, to books of knowledge. Many books are appropriate for hi-lo readers. Open the world of reading to a child by having them read for 15 minutes a day.

How To Turn A Racetrack Into Your Own Private Money Machine And Be Just One Of The 2 That Do

Author : Greg "Boomer" Wry
ISBN : 9781411652705
Genre : Games
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This book is designed to teach you EVERYTHING you need to know about handicapping horse racing, from learning to properly spot wagers with solid betting strategies, to properly managing your bankroll so that you can succeed.

From The Race Shop Floor

Author : Hedley J. Cox
ISBN : 9781465324474
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is the inside story of how motorcycle race team of the 'forties worked. How a division in the company's outlook drove it to bankruptcy. The story of how a member of the racing team saw it all. How he participated in racing, and devised a new machine, but was swept aside. How he emigrated, and tried to get a factory to embrace a new world view but was frustrated again. Lessons that Detroit might heed. How he moved into an academic program, and aided the US Air Force in its search for lower costs.

Contemporary Review

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The Immigration Of John Dunn

Author : Beverly Howard
ISBN : 9781491720356
Genre : History
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Typically pioneers settling the western United States all faced similar challenges. This book is no exception. This is a story of one group of people thrown together for safety, and personal enrichment. From Lizzie, the old horse women to Talking Wolf the educated Indian you will travel along as they face dangers and form lasting bonds. John Dunn and his horses are the main binding for a group of misfits that believe in God, family, and country. Follow along on each adventure that includes their joining this group. From Ireland to Charlestown, to Indiana Territory, South through the Natches Trace, across the Mississippi River, then into the country of Mexico, this group's challenges shows the reader what the wagon trail was like.

The Race To The New World

Author : Douglas Hunter
ISBN : 9780230340527
Genre : History
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The final decade of the fifteenth century was a turning point in world history. The Genoese mariner Christopher Columbus sailed westward on the Atlantic Ocean in 1492, famously determined to discover for Spain a shorter and more direct route to the riches of the Indies. Meanwhile, a fellow Italian explorer for hire, John Cabot, set off on his own journey, under England's flag. Here, Douglas Hunter tells the fascinating tale of how, during this expedition, Columbus gained a rival. In the space of a few critical years, these two men engaged in a high-stakes race that threatened the precarious diplomatic balance of Europe-to exploit what they believed was a shortcut to staggering wealth. Instead, they found a New World that neither was looking for. Hunter provides a revelatory look at how the lives of Columbus and Cabot were interconnected, and how neither explorer can be understood properly without understanding both. Together, Cabot and Columbus provide a novel and important perspective on the first years of European experience of the New World.

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ISBN : IND:30000080744653
Genre : African Americans
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Flat Racing And British Society 1790 1914

Author : Mike Huggins
ISBN : 9781135264185
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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2001 North American Society for Sports History Book of the Year This volume studies the formative period of racing between 1790 and 1914. This was a time when, despite the opposition of a respectable minority, attendance at horse races, betting on horses, or reading about racing increasingly became central leisure activities of much of British society.

Gambler S Edge

Author : John Gollehon
ISBN : 9780914839729
Genre : Gambling
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A gambler's edge is more than just knowledge, perception, and game skills. The real edge is "experience." The author, a 40-year veteran, shares his experiences in this truly enlightening book. Profit from the author's personal advice. Profit from his wisdom. Gaming Magazine calls A Gambler's Edge "...instant experience!"

The Race To Truth

Author : Emma O'Reilly
ISBN : 9781473509139
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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When Emma O'Reilly joined the US Postal cycling team in 1996, she could have had no idea how she would become a central figure in the biggest doping scandal in sporting history. Yet when Lance Armstrong, starting his comeback from cancer, signed for US Postal, it was Emma, the only woman on the team, who became his personal soigneur. This is the definitive inside story of that time, and of the enormous repercussions that resonate to this day for Emma, Lance and the whole sport. Emma had the strength to break cycling's omerta by speaking out against the culture of doping. She thought she would be one of many whistleblowers, doing what she believed was right. Isolated and shunned by the sport she loved, however, her reputation was systematically destroyed. And yet she had the courage to bounce back, and remarkably, to forgive those who made her existence a living hell. This is the ultimate memoir of truth and its many consequences.

Bets

Author : Greg Wry
ISBN : 9781847286307
Genre : Games
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If it is your desire to become a winning horse player, then this book is for you Whether you are the novice that goes to the track a couple of times a year or the seasoned professional, Boomer and Craig have described virtually EVERY wager available in painstaking detail, and the specific Do's and Don'ts of each. This is the most comprehensive thoroughbred wagering guide ever assembled This is the second book written by this team...1st book: How To Turn Any Racetrack Into Your own Private Money Machine (and be just one of the 2% that do). Also available on Lulu and their website at: www.boomerhandicapsraces.com

A Strange Journey

Author : Steven Joseph Sinopoli
ISBN : 9781477164457
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Hudson River waterfront gave birth to notorious baby gangsters, The River Gang. Steven Joseph Sinopli was amongst the chosen few, learning loyalty and respect at a tender age. His involvement with The River Gang would prove to be a precursory magnet for trouble, as his involvement tested Sinopolis ability to apply these doctrines at each plateau of his spiritual voyage, from advising his Mafia clientele on their next move to comprehending himself and the universe with a deeply profound acceptance. I Astrologer: A Strange Journey, chronicles Sinopolis exploration of self; from growing up poor and hungry to achieving a sated appetite from the luxuries of understanding ones self and those around him, I Astrologer: A Strange Journey is one trip worth taking.

75 Green Businesses You Can Start To Make Money And Make A Difference

Author : Glenn Croston
ISBN : 9781613080351
Genre : Business & Economics
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With environmental concerns a top issue for consumers everywhere, the green market is the next big boom industry for entrepreneurs looking to make money—and make a difference. Discover 75 green startup ideas in multiple industries, including eco-tourism, small wind power, green schools, water conservation landscaping, green investment consulting and more. For each business, Croston shows you the market, product to be delivered, resources needed, major hurdles ahead, competitors and strategies for success.

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