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In early April 1942, a little-known episode of World War II took place, said by Sir Winston Churchill to be "the most dangerous moment of the war," when the Japanese made their only major offensive westwards into the Indian Ocean. Historian Sir Arthur…
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|January 29, 2016

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This popular and useful text has been completely revised and up-dated so that it forms and indipensible handbook for any student of surveying. An additional chapter on modern developments is included and the text has also been extended to cover ordnance survey;…

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In early April 1942, a little-known episode of World War II took place, said by Sir Winston Churchill to be "the most dangerous moment of the war," when the Japanese made their only major offensive westwards into the Indian Ocean. Historian Sir Arthur…
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|March 8, 2010

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Essential information for the design of housing Building Type Basics for Housing, Second Edition is your one-stop reference for the essential information you need to confidently begin the design process and successfully complete the design for housing, large or…
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|April 15, 2015

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Herne Bay rose to prominence in the 1830s when a group of London investors recognised its potential and built a pleasure pier and promenade here, making it one of the UK’s earliest seaside resorts. Its popularity increased when the railway reached this part…
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|April 28, 2014

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Gillingham was once an independent and separate borough with its own character and personality, but in 1998 it lost this separate identity when it joined Chatham, Rochester and Strood to become part of the unitary authority of Medway Council. Today, Gillingham's…
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|April 1, 2012

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Kent has one of the longest coastlines in Britain and was at the forefront of the growth of the British seaside industry from the eighteenth century onwards when sea bathing became fashionable. The Kent coast is within relatively easy access of London, so a day…
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|July 30, 2013

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A unique view of the human body in stunning close-up. The Human Body Close-up provides a spectacular visual experience of the human body and how it works -- as seen through a microscope. In more than 300 extraordinary close-up photographs, the book reveals the…
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|October 1, 2008

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The Isle of Sheppey, just 9 miles long and 4 miles wide, is situated in the Thames Estuary at the mouth of the Medway. It is a mysterious and ancient place, separated from the mainland by arm and of the sea known as The Swale. Sheppey, once mainly known for…
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|July 1, 2010

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Milton Regis, a suburb of Sittingbourne, has had a colourful and eventful history. In the centre of Milton Regis the royal and varied history can be seen in the buildings surrounding the main High Street. This area was once heavily involved in the paper…

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This accessible introduction to anatomy and physiology uses clear and simple language and illustrations to guide you through the complexities of the human body. The chapters clearly show how the body maintains a balance (homeostasis) and what happens when…
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|September 6, 2012

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Canterbury has been evolving as a major ecclesiastical and trading centre for over two millennia. Successions of foreign invaders have each left their mark on the streetscape, giving us the city we have today. Opportunities for archaeologists to explore beneath…