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The Medieval Cookbook: Revised Edition

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This book takes the reader on a gastronomic journey through the Middle Ages, offering not only a collection of medieval recipes, but a social history of the time. The eighty recipes, drawn from the earliest English cookbooks of the fourteenth and fifteenth…
The Jane Austen Cookbook
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|May 10, 2002

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Jane Austen wrote her novels in the midst of a large and sociable family. Brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews, friends and acquaintances were always coming and going, which offered numerous occasions for convivial eating and drinking. One of Jane’s…
International Development: Illusions And Realities

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The idea of reducing poverty and inequality and improving health, education, and job opportunities around the world is beyond criticism. Yet, the reality of development can often be confusion, contradiction, deceit, and corruption. This fully updated third…
The Maggie Black Case Files Books 1-3
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|February 20, 2019

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Have you met secret agent Maggie Black? She's deadly, beautiful, and the first person the British government calls when things go wrong. Now, for the first time, read all three books in this collated collection and discover the bestselling thriller series that's…
No-Nonsense Guide to the United Nations

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In the first book to distill the entire history of the United Nations into one accessible volume, Maggie Black explains how this complex organization works. In doing so, she explores its successes, failings, and limitations. This No-Nonsense Guide addresses the…
The Atlas of Water: Mapping the World's Most Critical Resource
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|September 1, 2016

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Climate change, population increase, and the demands made by the growing number of people adopting urban lifestyles and western diets threaten the world’s supply of freshwater, edging us closer to a global water crisis, with dire…
The No-Nonsense Guide to International Development

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"Overseas aid" and "international development" are catch-all terms that cover a multitude of activities-and abuses. This guide explains what "development" actually is-and explores its political and economic roots. It shows what can happen in the name of…
No-Nonsense Guide to International Development, 2nd Edition

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"Overseas aid" and "international development" are catch-all terms that cover a multitude of activities and abuses. Building dams in India, planting treesin Burkina Faso, and rescuing street children in Brazil are images of development with which we can all…
Water, Life Force: Life Force
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|August 5, 2004

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This lavishly illustrated large format book is a celebration of water and its many roles in the human and natural world. It is also an exploration of one of the most temperamental and powerful substances on earth and of the extraordinary pressures on today's…
Up Came A Squatter: Niel Black Of Glenormiston, 1839-1880

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Niel Black, a Scot from Argyllshire, arrived in Melbourne in September intending to make his fortune. Ambitious and determined, Black became one of the most successful and energetic squatters in the Western District of Victoria – a livestock breeder and a…
No-Nonsense Guide to Water
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|October 8, 2004

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Water sustains life: without it, humans cannot survive for more than a few days. And yet this precious fluid is increasingly politicized as the debates about the world's water supply gain force. Who owns water? Who pays for the pumps, the pipelines - and the…
Children First: The Story of UNICEF, Past and Present

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Celebrating UNICEF's 50th anniversary in 1996, Children First examines changes in public attitudes and government policies which have put children at the top of the international agenda in the 1990s. Starting from the International Year of the Child in 1979,…
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