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A-Z British Coachbuilders: 1919-1960
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|June 15, 2007

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Coachbuilding on motor car chassis evolved from carriage building, and the development of the coachbuilt body closely followed that of the motor car. From the beginning of the 20th century until the arrival in the late 1930s of unitary construction for motor…
Ontology and Dialectics: 1960-61
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|January 22, 2019

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Guitar Basics Sight-reading: Fun Activities And Pieces To Improve Sight-reading And Musicianship

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Guitar Basics Sight-reading offers bite-sized exercises and example pieces to help young players improve their sight-reading and general musicianship skills in a fun and unintimidating manner. Carefully devised by established authors Nick Walker and James…
It's Never Too Late . . . To Play Guitar: Beginner Guitar Tutor, Book And Cd

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More and more adults are taking the positive step to learn or rediscover how to play the guitar. But having made the decision, the challenge is knowing where to turn! Whatever your level of ability, guitar educators James Longworth and Nick Walker provide the…
Imaginary Friends
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|March 15, 2016

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“The strange and terrible saga of Clay Dillon begins with the books Nothing Is Right and Imaginary Friends, and also includes Defiant (which takes place when Clay is 30 years old). The whole saga should be required reading for anyone who works in any…
Defiant
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|June 9, 2015

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Clay Dillon is neuroqueer, and he needs to make peace with it. After thirty years, he finally knows the truth: that he is and always has been autistic, and that most of his problems getting along came from a lack of awareness of himself a lack that came not from…
Rolls-Royce 20HP, 20/25, 25/30 & Wraith In Detail: 1922-1939
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|February 15, 2010

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In 1922 Rolls-Royce introduced their new 20hp model, known as the Twenty, the first in a family of what are now called the “Small Horsepower” cars. The plan was to offer a more manageable, less expensive model than the mighty 7-litre Silver Ghost, one…
A-Z British Sports & Thoroughbred Motor Cars: 1919-1939

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The period between the two World Wars saw advances in car design going forward in leaps and bounds. Four-wheel hydraulic brakes, overhead valves, independent front suspension, pressure lubrication, synchromesh gears, even wind-up windows, were some of the major…
Coachwork on Vintage Bentleys: 3 Litre, 4 1/2 Litre, 6 1/2 Litre, Speed Six & 8 Litre 1921-31

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All car enthusiasts know, or think they know, what a vintage Bentley should look like. It should have a four-seater tourer body, and should be painted British Racing Green. But Bentleys weren't always like that. When these cars were new, other types of body by…
Aston Martin DB2, DB2/4 & DB3 In Detail: 1950-59

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Before World War II Aston Martin had made some stunning sports cars but had undergone numerous financial crises. The company was bought by David Brown in 1947, and in 1950 he launched the all-new DB2 with a brilliant engine designed by W.O. Bentley. The car was a…
Helloland
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|May 6, 2004

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Helloland
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|September 18, 2003

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