Queen: Complete Works (revised and updated)
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A Vision: The Revised 1937 Edition: The Collected Works of W.B. Yeats Volume XIV
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Dubliners: Text and Criticism; Revised Edition (Critical Library, Viking)
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Greek to GCSE: Part 1: Revised edition for OCR GCSE Classical Greek (9-1)
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Secrets of Closing the Sale, Revised Edition by Zig Ziglar, Kevin Harrington
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 4.4 MB
Overview: Full of entertaining stories and real-life illustrations, this classic book will give you the strategies you need to become proficient in the art of effective persuasion, including how to project warmth and integrity, increase productivity, overcome objections, and deal respectfully with challenging prospects. This new edition includes fresh opening and closing chapters as well as tips and examples throughout that illustrate the relevance of these truths in the marketplace today. Also includes a foreword written by Tom Ziglar.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General
Top 10 Chicago (DK Eyewitness Travel Guide), Revised Edition by DK Travel
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 154 MB
Overview: An unbeatable guide to Chicago, packed with insider tips and ideas, colour maps and top 10 lists – all designed to help you see the very best of Chicago.
Wander world-renowned collections at the Art Institute of Chicago, stroll down the Magnificent Mile, enjoy spectacular views from Willis Tower’s Skydeck or take a boat tour from Navy Pier. From Top 10 film locations to the Top 10 blues and jazz joints – discover the best of Chicago with this easy-to-use travel guide.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General
The So What Strategy, Revised Edition by Davina Stanley, Gerard Castles
Requirements: EPUB Reader 12.18 MB
Overview: So what? Where’s this going? Why do I need to know this?
These are some of the most unnerving questions in business. How do you make sure you are not confronted with these questions? And how do you make sure business audiences actually hear what you have to say?
Good communication is crucial for business success. Whether you are an experienced executive or a new business graduate, sooner or later you will need to present your point of view on an important issue. But how can you take what is often a complexset of ideas and organise them into a clear and compelling argument that your audience – the CEO, the Board, peers – understands straight away?
In this practical book, Davina Stanley and Gerard Castles – communication strategists with decades of experience
working with everyone from graduates through to the C-suite – reveal their proven approach. It’s all about using storylines to get to the ‘So what’ fast, and being able to make a case to back it up.
Genre: Non-Fiction – General -> business
Financial Intelligence, Revised Edition: A Manager’s Guide to Knowing What the Numbers Really Mean
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Corset Cutting and Making: Revised Edition by Marion McNealy
Requirements: EPUB Reader 23 MB
Overview: Corset Cutting and Making contains 19 historical corset patterns and 1 brassiere pattern dating from 1900 to 1920. These historical corset patterns are a goldmine of unusual styles and shapes, ranging from fashionable corsets, to maternity and nursing, athletic and equestrian corsets.
The corset patterns include:
Nine Edwardian straight-front style corsets, aka S-bend, dated 1900-1907
One pre-World War 1 long line style corset, dated 1911-1912
Five World War 1 era corsets, including one for factory workers, dated 1914-1918
One 1920s athletic corset; Three Children’s waists, dated 1890-1920.
These patterns have not been drafted from museum examples, but are drafted from patterns which were published pre-1923. Each pattern is accompanied by a short historical background, construction information and examples gathered from historical catalogs.
Genre: Non-Fiction – General