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  • Be IronFit by Don Fink
    Be IronFit (English, Paperback)

    "This updated volume features time-efficient training methods that have been honed over the years and [may] aid anyone in achieving his or her athletic dreams--from beginners to experienced competitors. This edition includes all-new training plans, new swim sessions, new athlete profiles, and state-of-the-art flexibility and core strength regimens"--Page 4 of cover.

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  • Stan Lee by Bob Batchelor
    Stan Lee (English, Paperback)

    This first true biography of Stan Lee is an eye-opening look at a pop culture visionary. This book traces Lee's life-from his Depression-era childhood to his years as a teen editor and ultimately to his triumphs as the genius behind some of the most beloved characters in pop culture history, including Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk, and Thor.

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  • Things Great and Small by John Edward Simmons
    Things Great and Small (English, Paperback)

    This revised edition of Things Great and Small is a comprehensive resource for preparing and applying collections management policies. Simmons reviews current ideas and literature on the subject, highlights the issues that collections management policies should address, and explains the pros and cons of choosing some policy options over others.

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  • Centering Prayer and Inner Awakening by Cynthia Bourgeault
    Centering Prayer and Inner Awakening (English, Paperback)

    Centering Prayer and Inner Awakening is a complete guidebook for all who wish to know the practice of Centering Prayer.

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  • Recursivity and Contingency by Yuk Hui
    Recursivity and Contingency (English, Paperback)

    This book is an investigation of algorithmic contingency and an elucidation of the contemporary situation that we are living in: the regular arrival of algorithmic catastrophes on a global scale. Through a historical analysis of philosophy, computation and media, this book proposes a renewed relation between nature and technics.

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  • Jason Molina by Erin Osmon
    Jason Molina (English, Paperback)

    With a new foreword by Will Johnson, this book presents a detailed account of the Rust Belt-born prolific and at times cantankerous singer-songwriter Jason Molina. As the first authorized account of this self-mythologizer, the book provides unparalleled insight into Molina's tormented life and the Midwest musical underground that birthed him.

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  • Naming Adult Autism by Dr. James McGrath
    Naming Adult Autism (English, Paperback)

    Explores representations of `high-functioning' adult autism in autobiographical, scientific and fictional texts to demonstrate the value of Cultural Studies towards understanding autism as a subjective condition and social category.

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  • We Die Alone by David Howarth
    We Die Alone (English, Paperback)

    We Die Alone recounts one of the most exciting escape stories to emerge from the challenges and miseries of World War II. In March 1943, a team of expatriate Norwegian commandos sailed from northern England for Nazi-occupied arctic Norway to organize and supply the Norwegian resistance. But they were betrayed and the Nazis ambushed them. Only one man survived--Jan Baalsrud. This is the incredible and gripping story of his escape. Frostbitten and snowblind, pursued by the Nazis, he dragged himself on until he reached a small arctic village. He was near death, delirious, and a virtual cripple. But the villagers, at mortal risk to themselves, were determined to save him, and--through impossible feats--they did.

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  • Time and Trauma by Richard Polt
    Time and Trauma (English, Paperback)

    Offering new insights into Heidegger's thought based on recently published texts, Richard Polt, one of the most respected contemporary commentators on Heidegger, presents a critical perspective that draws creatively on Heidegger's thinking and makes original proposals for understanding human existence.

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  • Building the Bonds of Attachment by Daniel A. Hughes
    Building the Bonds of Attachment (English, Paperback)

    An invaluable resource for students and professionals as well as parents, this text offers a composite case study of one child's development following years of abuse and neglect. Blending theory and research into a powerful narrative, Hughes offers effective strategies for facilitating attachment in children who have experienced serious trauma.

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  • Practical Golf by John Jacobs
    Practical Golf (English, Paperback)

    Named by Golf Magazine as one of the 10 best books ever.

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  • Training for Climbing by Eric van der Horst
    Training for Climbing (English, Paperback)

    Highly entertaining, idea-packed, and loaded with practical techniques and strategies, Training for Climbing presents a distillation of thirty years of experience and experimentation by accomplished veteran climber, renowned author, and performance coach Eric J. Horst. This is an illustrated, how-to guide, and the only one climbers will need.

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  • Hollywood's Lost Backlot by Steven Bingen
    Hollywood's Lost Backlot (English, Paperback)

    Hollywood is a transitory place. Stars and studios rise and fall. Genres and careers wax and wane. Movies and movie moguls and movie makers and movie palaces are acclaimed and patronized and loved and beloved, and then forgotten. And yet... And yet one place in Hollywood, built in the 1920s by (allegedly murdered) producer Thomas Ince, acquired by Cecil B. DeMille, now occupied by Amazon. com, has been the home for hundreds of the most iconic and legendary films and television shows in the world for a remarkable and star-studded fifty years. This bizarre, magical place was the location for Tara in Gone with The Wind, the home of King Kong and Superman, of Tarzan and Batman, of the Green Hornet, of Elliot Ness, of Barney Fife, of Tarzan, of Rebecca, of Citizen Kane, of Hogan's Heroes and Gomer Pyle, of Lasse, of Ben Casey, of A Star is Born and Star Trek, and at least twice, of Jesus Christ. For decades, every conceivable star in Hollywood, from Clark Gable to Warren Beatty, worked and loved and gave indelible performances on the site. And yet, today, it is completely forgotten. Pretty much anyone alive today, from college professors to longshoremen, have probably heard of Paramount and of MGM, of Warner Bros. and of Universal, and of Disney and Fox and Columbia, but the place where many of these studio's beloved classics were minted is today as mysterious and unknowable as the sphinx. Hollywood's Lost Backlot: 40 Acres of Glamour and Mystery will, for the first time ever, unwind the colorful and convoluted threads that make for the tale of one of the most influential and photographed places in the world. A place which most have visited, at least on screen, and which has contributed significantly and unexpectedly to the world's popular culture, and yet which few people today, paradoxically, have ever heard of.

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  • IronFit Secrets for Half Iron-Distance Triathlon Success by Don Fink
    IronFit Secrets for Half Iron-Distance Triathlon Success (English, Paperback)

    From the world renowned endurance sports coaches and authors of Be IronFit and IronFit Strength Training and Nutrition for Endurance Athletes, a book of time-efficient training programs for the world's most popular triathlon-the Half Iron-Distance

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  • Nihilism and Technology by Nolen Gertz
    Nihilism and Technology (English, Paperback)

    This book brings together the philosophies of technology and nihilism to investigate how we use technologies, from Netflix and Fitbit to Twitter and Google. It diagnoses how technologies are nihilistic and how our nihilism has become technological.

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  • Let's Go! by Joe Milliken
    Let's Go! (English, Hardback)

    Benjamin Orr was the co-founder, co-lead singer, and bassist for the platinum-selling rock band The Cars. This first biography of Orr draws together interviews with over 120 of his family members, friends, and music associates, as well as many never-before-seen photos, to reveal an intimate portrait of one of classic rock's greatest talents.

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  • Prince and the Purple Rain Era Studio Sessions by Duane Tudahl
    Prince and the Purple Rain Era Studio Sessions (English, Paperback)

    Featuring insights on even more groundbreaking recording sessions, rehearsals, and sound checks, this expanded edition of Tudahl's award-winning book reveals the untold story of Prince's rise from cult favorite to the biggest rock star on the planet. Firsthand accounts provide unprecedented views of the musical genius's creative process and secretive studio sessions.

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  • The Neoliberal Subject by David Chandler
    The Neoliberal Subject (English, Paperback)

    Passionate and provocative, this book sets up a dialogue between its two authors to critique the contemporary nature of neoliberalism.

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  • The Next Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley
    The Next Millionaire Next Door (English, Hardback)

    Is the millionaire next door still out there today? The latest research from Dr. Thomas J. Stanley and his daughter, Dr. Sarah Stanley Fallaw, confirms that, yes, the millionaire next door is alive and well. And he's achieving his financial objectives much the same way he always has: by living below his means, being a contrarian in a maelstrom of hyper-consumption, and being disciplined in reaching his financial goals. The book examines wealth in America 20 years after Dr. Stanley's groundbreaking work on self-made affluence. While a new generation of household financial managers are being inundated with the proliferation financial advice, The Next Millionaire Next Door provides readers with an analysis of what it takes to achieve wealth with data-based conclusions and evidence from those who have built wealth on their own over the last two decades. In this current work, the authors detail how specific decisions, behaviors, and characteristics align with the discipline of wealth building, covering areas such as consumption, budgeting, careers, investing, and financial management in general. Through case studies, survey research, and a careful examination of quantitative studies of wealth, the authors illustrate what it takes to achieve financial success today, regardless of market conditions or rising costs.

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  • Rethinking Racial Capitalism by Gargi Bhattacharyya
    Rethinking Racial Capitalism (English, Paperback)

    A reappraisal of the history of capitalism that places techniques of racial division and expropriation at the centre of our understanding.

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