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Trevor ApSimon's libraryResults 91-100 of 156

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Instruments mécaniques

Isabelle Deleuse - 2001 - Mechanical musical instruments - Limited preview

Soft Power Superpowers

Yasushi Watanabe, David L McConnell - 2015 - Business & Economics - Limited preview
The term "soft power" describes a country's ability to get what it wants by attracting rather than coercing others - by engaging hearts and minds through cultural and political values and foreign policies that other countries see as legitimate ...

Globalization: The Reader

John Benyon, David Dunkerley - 2000 - Business & Economics - Limited preview
Globalization: The Reader addresses the big issues: communications and global media, political economy, cultural homogeneity and heterogeneity, new technologies, tourism, beliefs, and identity.

Europe: A History

Norman Davies - 2010 - History - No preview available
From the Ice Age to the Cold War, from Reykjavik to the Volga, from Minos to Margaret Thatcher, Norman Davies here tells the entire story of Europe in a single volume. It is the most ambitious history of the continent ever undertaken.

Drehorgeln: schaurig-schön

Wolfram Metzger, Schloss Bruchsal - 1994 - Barrel organ - Snippet view

Römisch-juristische Drehorgel: mit 160 straffen Liedern über die ...

Wilhelm L. Demme - 1852 - Full view

Ye comical rhymes of ancient times, dug up into jokes by C.H.R.

Charles Henry Ross - 1862 - Full view

The Organ Grinder and the Monkey

Sam Moffie - 2008 - Fiction - Limited preview
Seymour, Constance and Irving. Three protagonists' from vastly different backgrounds intimately share a very public secret. One therapist who impacts them all.

Perpetual Motion

Arthur W. J. G. Ord-Hume - 2015 - Science - Limited preview
The deceptively simple task of making a mechanism which would turn forever has fascinated many famous men and physicists throughout the centuries. In fact, the basic tenets of engineering grew from the failures of these perpetual motion machine ...