The Cast

Theories and Applications for More Effective Techniques
Author: Ed Jaworowski
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811732574
Category: Sports & Recreation
Page: 222
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Now available in paperback with a new introduction by Ed Jaworowski Improved techniques for backcasts, forward casts, roll casts, and distance Solutions for difficult casting situations Mastering the art of casting is the challenge for fly fishers who want to fully enjoy the sport in all kinds of conditions. But the rigid rules that most anglers stick to often ensure inefficient results. Ed Jaworowski's approach to casting is the result of over twenty years of research and innovation. Based on four principles that are applicable to every cast, Ed reveals his methods for achieving accurate and effortless casting. With 380 stop-action photographs for visual support, this book provides detailed directions explaining how to cast longer while using less force, how to make a right-angle hook, how to avoid tailing loops, and how to cast in the wind.

Troubleshooting the Cast


Author: Ed Jaworowski
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811729420
Category: Sports & Recreation
Page: 77
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An expert diagnoses 32 common casting problems and shows how to fix them.

The Cast

A Novel
Author: Amy Blumenfeld
Publisher: SparkPress
ISBN: 1943006717
Category: Fiction
Page: 310
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Twenty-five years ago, a group of ninth graders produced a Saturday Night Live–style videotape to cheer up their ailing friend. The show’s running time was only ninety minutes, but it had a lasting impact: Becca laughed her way through recovery, and the group—Jordana, Seth, Holly, and Lex—became her supporting cast for life. On the silver anniversary of Becca Night Live, the friends reunite over the Fourth of July to celebrate Becca’s good health—but nothing goes as planned. The happy holiday card facades everyone’s been hiding behind quickly crumble and give way to an unforgettable three days filled with complex moral dilemmas and life-altering choices. Through humor, drama, and the alternating perspectives of five characters, The Cast explores the power of forgiveness, the importance of authenticity, and the immeasurable value of deep, enduring friendships to buoy us when life plays out differently than expected.

The Cast Net


Author: Millie West
Publisher: Gatekeeper Press
ISBN: 1642371238
Category: Fiction
Page: 364
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When Mills Taylor, a talented New York advertising and public relations agent, accepts a job as the director of an educational scholarship foundation in Alston Station, a town near Charleston, South Carolina, she never imagines that her new position will launch a year of living dangerously. Mills agrees to help after the foundation’s former director, Cooper Heath, suffers a personal tragedy. His wife is missing and some people think he made her disappear. The Cast Net chronicles the year when Mills plunges into a socially unfamiliar world of Southern money and power in the late 1980s. As she helps Cooper cope and seek the truth behind his wife’s disappearance, she learns the deeper meaning of “the cast net” and why it’s been embraced by generations of Low Country residents. The Cast Net is a compelling and engaging novel about roots, a sense of community, trust, betrayal, redemption, and especially—love.

The Cast of Characters

A Reading of Ulysses
Author: Paul Schwaber
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300078053
Category: Literary Criticism
Page: 236
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Contemporaries in imagination as in fact, James Joyce and Sigmund Freud pondered the complexities and depths of human consciousness and found distinct ways to represent it-the one as a great novelist, the other as the first psychoanalyst. In this book, Paul Schwaber, both a professor of literature and a psychoanalyst, brings a clinician’s attentiveness and a scholar-critic’s literary commitment to the study of characterization in Ulysses.

Fame: The Cast of Glee

The Cast of Glee
Author: C. W. Cooke,Beniamino Bradi
Publisher: Bluewater Productions
ISBN: 145074429X
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Page: 36
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Presents in graphic novel format, profiles of the cast and creator of the hit television show.

The Cast Iron Recipe Collection

47 Yummy Recipes For Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner And Dessert In Your Cast Iron Skillet
Author: Emma Carpenter
Publisher: Mayorline via PublishDrive
ISBN: N.A
Category: Cooking
Page: 90
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Is there any meal that can’t be prepared in a cast-iron skillet? From cooking the most juicy steak that has been seared to perfection to roasting vegetables, baking a pie or other sweet delicacies, cast iron brings out the best of flavors. With cast-iron skillet, searing, frying baking and many more all come out perfectly delicious so why let that valuable piece of metal keep sitting unused in the cupboard? This book will guide you on you how to prepare absolutely tasty and yummy breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert recipes that you will never get tired of. Most of the 47 delicious recipes listed in this cookery handbook are simple and flexible so you do not need to be an expert to handle the preparations. These straightforward recipes will be of immense asisstance to today's cooks who lead busy lives.This is the opportunity to cook those simple and mouth-watering meals you have been longing for. In this book, you will learn the best recipes for: - Frittatas - Baked Pastas - Pizzas - Chilaquiles and so much more. Now its the time to cook the most superb delicious meals. With 47 whole recipes for your breakfast, lunch, dinner and desserts, meal time has never been better with cast -iron cooked meals. Buy this book now and you totally agree!

The Cast Iron Forest

A Natural and Cultural History of the North American Cross Timbers
Author: Richard V. Francaviglia
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292789025
Category: History
Page: 296
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A complex mosaic of post oak and blackjack oak forests interspersed with prairies, the Cross Timbers covers a north-south belt of southern Kansas, eastern Oklahoma, and North Central Texas. Home to Native Americans over several thousand years, the Cross Timbers became a barrier to westward expansion in the nineteenth century, until roads and railroads opened it up to farmers and ranchers, coal miners, and modern city developers, all of whom changed its character in far-reaching ways. This landmark book fully describes the natural environment of the Cross Timbers and the role that people have played in transforming the region. Richard Francaviglia opens with a natural history that discusses the region's geography and geology, vegetation, and climate. He then traces the interaction of people and the landscape, from the earliest Native American inhabitants and European explorers to the developers and residents of today's ever-expanding cities and suburbs. Many historical and contemporary maps and photographs illustrate the text.

The Cast Iron Gourmet


Author: Matt Pelton
Publisher: Cedar Fort
ISBN: 1462103588
Category:
Page: N.A
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The Cast of Fame


Author: Riley Brooks
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 0545196787
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 139
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Highlights the life and accomplishments of the young actors and actresses appearing in the new version of the musical about students at a performing arts high school in New York, including Naturi Naughton and Walter Perez.

Fame: The Cast of Doctor Who


Author: Paul J. Salamoff
Publisher: Bluewater Productions
ISBN: 1450784518
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Page: 40
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Delivers brief biographies of four actors who have all played the famous character Doctor Who.

The Body in the Cast

A Mystery
Author: Katherine Hall Page
Publisher: Minotaur Books
ISBN: 1466806567
Category: Fiction
Page: 276
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The Body in the Cast, the fifth volume in Katherine Hall Page's cozy mystery series featuring amateur sleuth Faith Fairchild Hollywood has come to town — and Faith Fairchild has to feed it! Hired to cater meals for the movie crew that is filming a modern-day version of The Scarlet Letter in the tiny New England village of Aleford, Faith is eager to treat the talented tantrum-throwers to the best of her culinary delights. But an accusation that her famous Black Bean Soup is poison has left a bad taste in Faith's mouth. Her exploration into the source of the nasty slander leads the amateur investigator behind the scenes to a shocking off-camera murder. And suddenly more than Faith's reputation is at stake — her life itself could end up on the cutting room floor.

The Cast of Character

Style in Greek Literature
Author: Nancy Worman
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292774060
Category: Literary Criticism
Page: 288
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Well before Aristotle's Rhetoric elucidated the elements of verbal style that give writing its persuasive power, Greek poets and prose authors understood the importance of style in creating compelling characters to engage an audience. And because their works were composed in predominantly oral settings, their sense of style included not only the characters' manner of speaking, but also their appearance and deportment. From Homeric epic to classical tragedy and oratory, verbal and visual cues work hand-in-hand to create distinctive styles for literary characters. In this book, Nancy Worman investigates the development and evolution of ideas about style in archaic and classical literature through a study of representations of Odysseus and Helen. She demonstrates that, as liars and imitators, pleasing storytellers, and adept users of costume, these two figures are especially skillful manipulators of style. In tracing the way literary representations of them changed through time—from Homer's positive portrayal of their subtle self-presentations to the sharply polarized portrayals of these same subtleties in classical tragedy and oratory—Worman also uncovers a nascent awareness among the Greek writers that style may be used not only to persuade but also to distract and deceive.

The Cast Iron Chef

Main Courses
Author: Matt Pelton
Publisher: Cedar Fort
ISBN: 1599551357
Category: Cooking
Page: 167
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Like Dutch oven food but don't have time to cook? Or do you just not have the right recipe for what you're craving? Dust off your Dutch oven and prepare your taste buds for mouthwatering Dutch oven food. with the Cast Iron Chef, you'll find cooking with a Dutch oven is easy, efficient, and, best of all, delicious! In this handy book, chef Matt Pelton outlines the ins and outs of Dutch oven cooking, from seasoning your oven to choosing your heat source, and shows you tips and tricks on how to adapt recipes and cook Dutch oven food in the comfort of your own kitchen. with its wide range of dishes, this book covers staple recipes like meats, potatoes, soups, and breads, but also brings to your table a variety of favorite ethnic dishes. You'll find your options are endless when it comes to cooking with a Dutch oven. Whether you're firing up the coals or using your kitchen stove, Dutch oven cooking is more versatile than ever before. the only thing set in stone is the potential for great-tasting food!

Fame: The Cast of Twilight


Author: Kim Sherman,Ryan Burton
Publisher: Bluewater Productions
ISBN: 1450702600
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Page: 96
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Meet Zesty Tastee, flamboyant gay playboy and heir to the Tastee Corporationfortune. That's what the world knows of him, but Zesty is also Magpie, thecorporate saboteur who fights against his father's corrupt business practices.Zesty's evil tycoon dad is out to destroy an entire rainforest, and he's joinedup with a mysterious sect of ninjas to help keep 'Magpie' from interfering.Prince Ander is the sect agent on the case and Zesty has love at first sight forthis dreamy ninja master. Zesty can't understand why anyone as noble as Princewould ever work with his father. His mission is to find out the secret of therain forest, and win Prince's heart in the process!

Fame: The Cast of Glee


Author: Tara Broeckel
Publisher: Bluewater Productions
ISBN: 1450766765
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Page: 24
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Presents in graphic novel format profiles of the cast members who play Brittany, Artie, Blaine, Santana, and Quinn on the hit television show.

The Cast Iron Skillet Cookbook, 2nd Edition

Recipes for the Best Pan in Your Kitchen
Author: Sharon Kramis,Julie Kramis Hearne
Publisher: Sasquatch Books
ISBN: 1570619069
Category: Cooking
Page: 208
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Learn how to season cast iron, clean cast iron, and cook 95 tantalizing recipes in your cast iron skillet. Now with full-color photography throughout, this cookbook aims to show modern cooks how this inexpensive cast iron tool is the best pan in their kitchen. Fusing new and traditional recipes and gathering farm-fresh produce and ingredients, mother-daughter team Sharon Kramis and Julie Kramis Hearne show cooks how to make delicious food in this versatile skillet. Recipes include: Dungeness Crab Cakes with Tarragon Aioli; Dutch Baby (puffed pancake with lemon and powdered sugar); Grilled Prosciutto-Wrapped Radicchio; and Warm Pear Upside Down Cake. This collection of recipes invites all cooks to get reacquainted with the original gourmet cooking tool.

The Cast Away and Other Short Stories


Author: Anthony Saufley
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557194865
Category:
Page: 217
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Orbit: The Cast of Doctor Who the comic book


Author: N.A
Publisher: Bluewater Productions
ISBN: N.A
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Page: 24
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Dr. Who is the longest running sci-fi TV series of all time. The secret to its longevity is its uncanny ability to recast the lead actor every few years. But who are the people behind "The Doctor?" THE CAST OF DR. WHO takes you back in time to learn about the personal histories of William Hartnell, Tom Baker, Paul McGann, and the newest incarnation of The Doctor: Matt Smith.

The Cast


Author: Danielle Steel
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1509800549
Category: Fiction
Page: 267
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The Cast is an irresistible celebration of the strength of women, finding the courage to persevere through the drama of heartbreak and joy, by the world's favourite storyteller, Danielle Steel. Kait Whittier has built her magazine column into a hugely respected read followed by fans across the country. She loves her work and adores her grown children, treasuring the time they spend together. But after two marriages, she prefers to avoid the complications and uncertainties of a new love. Then, after a chance meeting with television producer Zack Winter, everything changes. Inspired by the true story of her own grandmother, Kait creates the storyline for a TV series. Within weeks, Kait is plunged into a colourful, star-studded world of actors and industry pros who will bring her vision to life, from the reclusive grand dame to LA’s hottest bad boy actor. As secrets are shared and revelations come to light, friendships deepen. But in the midst of this charmed year, Kait is forced to confront the greatest challenge a mother could ever know and this unforgettable cast becomes more important to her than she ever could have imagined.