For each country, The CIA World Factbook 2016 includes:
• Detailed maps with new geopolitical data
• Statistics on the population of each country, with details on literacy rates, HIV prevalence, and age structure
• New data on military expenditures and capabilities
• Information on each country’s climate and natural hazards
• Details on prominent political parties, and contact information for diplomatic consultation
• Facts on transportation and communication infrastructure
• And much more!
Also included are appendixes with useful abbreviations, international environmental agreements, international organizations and groups, weight and measure conversions, and more. Originally intended for use by government officials, this is a must-have resource for students, travelers, journalists, and business people with a desire to know more about their world.
• Death anxiety–is your fear of death normal or off the scale?
• You can’t take it with you . . . or can you? Wacky wills and bizarre bequests
• The hospice experience–going out in comfort and style
• Deathbed and funeral etiquette–how to help the dying and mourn the dead with dignity
• Death on demand–why the right-to-die movement may be the next big thing
• “Good-bye everybody”–famous last words
• The embalmer’s art–all dressed up and nowhere to go
• Behind the scenes at your local funeral home
• Alternative burial choices–from coral reefs to outer space
From the cold, hard facts of death to lessons in the art of dying well, from what happens in the body’s last living moments to what transpires in the ground or in the furnace, from near-death experiences to speculation on the afterlife, The Whole Death Catalog leaves no gravestone unturned.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
• Ratings from 0 to 4 stars
• Guidelines for age-appropriateness
• Number of series volumes
• Background info on series and artists
THE ONE-STOP RESOURCE FOR CHOOSING BETWEEN THE BEST AND THE REST!
Whether you’re new to the world of manga-style graphic novels or a longtime reader on the lookout for the next hot series, here’s a comprehensive guide to the wide, wonderful world of Japanese comics!
• Incisive, full-length reviews of stories and artwork
• Titles rated from zero to four stars–skip the clunkers, but don’t miss the hidden gems
• Guidelines for age-appropriateness–from strictly mature to kid-friendly
• Profiles of the biggest names in manga, including CLAMP, Osamu Tezuka, Rumiko Takahashi, and many others
• The facts on the many kinds of manga–know your shôjo from your shônen
• An overview of the manga industry and its history
• A detailed bibliography and a glossary of manga terms
LOOK NO FURTHER, YOU’VE FOUND YOUR IDEAL MANGA COMPANION!
“A Catalog of Inspirational Books,” will not only lead you to books of inspiration but you will be able to read reviews that have been posted on amazon, as a means of knowing firsthand, what other people are saying about Diane’s work.
In addition to all the book information, you will learn a little about Diane’s life and how God brought her from her own pit of despair, to a place where she found the strength through God, to exchange the weaknesses in her life; so that she could reach out, with the wisdom that God had shared with her, through her own pain and heartache, as a means of helping others who live in despair. Come and join Diane and discover some words of hope that have been truly inspired by God…words that can allow you to connect deeply with God, rather than your circumstance.
This July issue features items scheduled to ship in September, 2014. Preorder items at your local comic book shop by July 18th. Find a comic shop near you at www.comicshoplocator.com.
This Month’s Cover Art: Dark Horse: Aliens: Fire and Stone/DC Comics: Teen Titans Earth One Volume 1. This Month’s Theme: Holiday Gift Giving Ideas!
This August issue features items scheduled to ship in October, 2014. Preorder items at your local comic book shop by August 18th. Find a comic shop near you at www.comicshoplocator.com.
This Month’s Cover Art: DC Comics: Earth 2 World's End #1/Image Comics: Wytches #1. This Month’s Theme: Do It Yourself (DIY)/How to Draw Month!
"Chinese Studies Classes of Peking University" is suitable for people of all ages, ranks and classes to read via its clear conception and interesting allusions. Of course, the Chinese civilization has a long history, so we also can't cover anything in terms of overall planning. If you want to develop yourself as a real master, only reading a book is not enough. Here, we also sincerely hope that each reader of this book can achieve their dreams in their own direction. Finally, I wish every reader can learn valuable knowledge from this book, increasingly and succeed in a specific field of study.
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The 826 photograph collections that this guide thus details encompass Native American culture; frontier and pioneer life in Oklahoma and Indian territories; Wild West shows; the range cattle industry; the petroleum industry; and gunfighters, outlaws, and lawmen. New additions include the Lucille Clough Collection of 1,800 prints, postcards, and stereograph cards of American Indians and Alaska Natives, and First Peoples of Canada.
This census contains more than 2.500 exemplars of Merels Board in the world, distribuited in 20 extra-European nations and 23 in Europe, where Italy hold the absolute supremacy in this inventory in continuous growth. 2.000 years of history, 100 catalogued models, 11 graphs: these are only some of the numbers that this research has produced.
We have also considered numerous contexts in which it is clear that this ludible scheme has assumed powerful symbolic meanings, much more important than it's believed. What does the Merels Board has to do with the death of Christ? Why a Knight of St. John Order made accurately paint eighty Merels Board on his own sepulchre and what's more intercalated by a mysterious saying? Why the chamberlain of the King of France, Philippe du Moulin, made it to be immured in the walls of his own castle in Sologne? And why we find a Merels Board, in vertical, on the throne where 32 sovereigns of the Sacred Roman Empire were crowned? Why it is called "the perfect game of God" in Sri-Lanka? Why we find manifold concentric squares on the bath containers of the new-born babies of the Fulani tribe of Nigeria? And what is the role of Merels Board, today?
These and other questions wait to be discovered and clarified through the pages of this book...
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