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Greek and Roman Dress from A to Z (Ancient World from A to Z)

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Greek and Roman Dress from A to Z (Ancient World from A to Z) by Liza Cleland, Glenys Davies and Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones
English | 2007 | ISBN: 0415226619 | 240 pages | PDF | 2 MB

Greek and Roman Dress from A to Z (Ancient World from A to Z)
Who dressed as a woman in an attempt to commit adultery with Julius Caesar's wife? How did the ancient Greeks make blusher from seaweed? Just how does one wear a toga?

If, as many claim, the importance of clothes lies in their detail, then this a book that no sartorially savvy Classicist should be without. Greek and Roman Dress from A to Z is an alphabetized compendium of styles and accessories that form the well-known classical image: a reference source of stitches, drapery, hairstyles, colours, fabrics and jewellery, and an analysis of the intricate system of social meanings that they comprise.
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When Colleges Sang: The Story of Singing in American College Life

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When Colleges Sang: The Story of Singing in American College Life by Dr. James Lloyd Winstead Ed.D.
English | 2013 | ISBN: 0817317902 | 352 pages | PDF | 3 MB

When Colleges Sang: The Story of Singing in American College Life
When Colleges Sang is an illustrated history of the rich culture of college singing from the earliest days of the American republic to the present.

Before fraternity songs, alma maters, and the rahs of college fight songs became commonplace, students sang. Students in the earliest American colleges created their own literary melodies that they shared with their classmates. As J. Lloyd Winstead documents in When Colleges Sang, college singing expanded in conjunction with the growth of the nation and the American higher education system.

While it was often simply an entertaining pastime, singing had other subtle and not-so-subtle effects. Singing indoctrinated students into the life of formal and informal student organizations as well as encouraged them to conform to college rituals and celebrations. University faculty used songs to reinforce the religious practices and ceremonial observances that their universities supported. Students used singing for more social purposes: students sang to praise their peer's achievements (and underachievements), mock the faculty, and provide humor. In extreme circumstances, they sang to intimidate classmates and faculty, and to defy college authorities. Singing was, and is, an intrinsic part of campus culture.

When Colleges Sang explores the dynamics that inspired collegiate singing and the development of singing traditions from the earliest days of the American college. Winstead explores this tradition's tenuous beginnings in the Puritan era and follows its progress into the present. Using historical documents provided by various universities, When Colleges Sang follows the unique applications and influences of song that persisted in various forms. This original and significant contribution to the literature of higher education sheds light on how college singing traditions have evolved through the generations and have continued to remain culturally relevant even today.
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Liberals: A History of the Liberal Party, 1850-2004

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Roy Douglas "Liberals: A History of the Liberal Party, 1850-2004"
Hambledon & London | English | 2005-06-11 | ISBN: 1852853530 | 384 pages | PDF | 26 MB

Liberals: A History of the Liberal Party, 1850-2004
The Liberal Party, the party of Gladstone, Asquith and Lloyd George, was a dominant force in Britain, and the world, at the height of the power of the British Empire. It emerged in mid-Victorian Britain from a combination of Whigs and Peelite Tories. Split by Gladstone's Home Rule Bills, it nevertheless returned to power in Edwardian England and held it until after the outbreak the First World War. Riddled by internal divisions and with its traditional ground increasingly occupied by Labour, the party lost ground in Parliament, becoming little more than a token for many years. With the foundation of the Social Democrats in 1981, and their subsequent merger with the Liberals as Liberal Democrats in 1988, a modern version of the party emerged, under Paddy Ashdown and now Charles Kennedy as a significant third force in British politics.
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Liberals: A History of the Liberal Party, 1850-2004

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Roy Douglas "Liberals: A History of the Liberal Party, 1850-2004"
Hambledon & London | English | 2005-06-11 | ISBN: 1852853530 | 384 pages | PDF | 26 MB

Liberals: A History of the Liberal Party, 1850-2004
The Liberal Party, the party of Gladstone, Asquith and Lloyd George, was a dominant force in Britain, and the world, at the height of the power of the British Empire. It emerged in mid-Victorian Britain from a combination of Whigs and Peelite Tories. Split by Gladstone's Home Rule Bills, it nevertheless returned to power in Edwardian England and held it until after the outbreak the First World War. Riddled by internal divisions and with its traditional ground increasingly occupied by Labour, the party lost ground in Parliament, becoming little more than a token for many years. With the foundation of the Social Democrats in 1981, and their subsequent merger with the Liberals as Liberal Democrats in 1988, a modern version of the party emerged, under Paddy Ashdown and now Charles Kennedy as a significant third force in British politics.
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Get What You Want: The Art of Making and Manifesting Your Intentions

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Get What You Want: The Art of Making and Manifesting Your Intentions
Language: English | EPUB / MOBI | ISBN-10: 1936740206 | 2012 | 256 pages | 0.2 MB / 0.4 MB
Tony Burroughs was a young man living in Hawaii, when an older philosopher sage took him under his wing and became his mentor at an exotic fruit farm on the big island. Over a period of ten years, Tony learned how to farm as well as "The Information," a series of oral lessons, comprising a body of deep teachings about the very meaning of life, the history of mankind, and how to not just exist but to evolve and live a meaningful life filled with love, peace and abundance. A core teaching was in regard to intention-setting and Tony and two friends started a weekly circle to try it out.

Get What You Want: The Art of Making and Manifesting Your Intentions
This first humble circle of three people had dramatic and life-changing effects that have resulted in Tony Burrough's life-long mission to guide others in the art of manifesting the best in themselves, their lives, and for the highest good of all. The tenet of Get What You Want is simple, powerful and profound: "that which you are reaching toward is also reaching out toward you." And, for the first time, Tony has gathered many of the key teachings of "The Information" into one book.
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