An examination of preparatory layers of oil paintings in North West Europe using historical research and modern reconstruction0.
An examination of preparatory layers of oil paintings in North West Europe using historical research and modern reconstruction0.
Author: Maartje Stols-Witlox
Grounding design and installation is critical for the safety and performance of any electrical or electronic system. Blending theory and practice, this is the first book to provide a thorough approach to grounding from circuit to system. It covers: grounding for safety aspects in facilities, lightning, and NEMP; grounding in printed circuit board, cable shields, and enclosure grounding; and applications in fixed and mobile facilities on land, at sea, and in air. It?s an indispensable resource for electrical and electronic engineers concerned with the design of electronic circuits and systems.
The search for a perfect ground is very similar to the search for the Holy Grail in many respects. Tales about its existence are all around us. We all want and need it but cannot seem to find it. Observe any tier of system design at the ...
Author: Elya B. Joffe
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Technology & Engineering
A world tour of beloved ground meat recipes from award-winning author James Villas Ground meats are easily affordable and amazingly versatile—and common in almost every cuisine. Ground beef, pork, poultry, and seafood are staple ingredients across continents and cultures, but they've rarely been given the respect they deserve. With favorites like the classic American hamburger and steak tartare, croquettes and crab cakes, From the Ground Up collects 200 recipes that span the globe, all presented with the passion and style that make James Villas one of the world's most admired food writers. Here, he pays loving tribute to this underappreciated culinary wonder, letting it take its rightful seat at the head of the table. With delectable dishes from far and wide, this fantastic collection is stuffed with inspiration. James Villas was the food and wine editor for Town & Country magazine for 27 years and is the author of Pig, The Bacon Cookbook, and The Glory of Southern Cooking Features 200 ground meat recipes from all over the world, including British meat pies, Jamaican patties, and American meatloafs and chilis The perfect cookbook for families, with affordable, tasty comfort foods galore For home cooks looking for quick and delicious dinner solutions, From the Ground Up offers classic dishes the whole family will love.
Makes 4 hamburgers Since theallAmericanhamburger(andchopped steak) is the ultimate ground meat dish, why dowe encounter so many bad ones? Here, basically, are the cardinal rules for producing a perfect burger: 1) Use only ground beef ...
Author: James Villas
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Now completely revised and updated, with full-color photographs and family-friendly recipes throughout. The deeply personal story of a father learning to share his love of nature with his children, not through the indoor lens of words or pictures, but directly, palpably, by exploring the natural world as they forage, cook and eat from the woods and sea. This compelling, masterfully written tale follows Dylan Tomine and his family through four seasons as they hunt chanterelles, fish for salmon, dig clams and gather at the kitchen table, mouths watering, to enjoy the fruits of their labor. Closer to the Ground captures the beauty and surprise of the natural world — and the ways it teaches us how to live — with humor, gratitude and a nose for adventure as keen as a child’s. It is a book filled with weather, natural history and many delicious meals.
So...we'll err on the safe side and celebrate with one perfect meal of fresh winter blackmouth. The rest will be stripped of fat, skin, and dark meat (where a majority of the chemicals end up), and then brined, lightly smoked, ...
Author: Dylan Tomine
Category: Family & Relationships
From about 1830 to 1849, Bent's Old Fort, located in present-day Colorado on the Mountain Branch of the Santa Fe Trail, was the largest trading post in the Southwest and the mountain-plains region. Although the raw enterprise and improvisation that characterized the American westward movement seem to have little to do with ritual, Douglas Comer argues that the fort grew and prospered because of ritual and that ritual shaped the subsequent history of the region to an astonishing extent. At Bent's Old Fort, rituals of trade, feasting, gaming, marriage, secret societies, and war, as well as the "calcified ritual" provided by the fort itself, brought together and restructured Anglo, Hispanic, and American Indian cultures. Comer sheds new light on this heretofore poorly understood period in American history, building at the same time a powerfully convincing case to demonstrate that the human world is made through ritual. Comer gives his narrative an anthropological and philosophical framework; the events at Bent's Old Fort provide a compelling example not only of "world formation" but of a world's tragic collapse, culminating in the Sand Creek massacre. He also calls attention to the reconstructed Bent's Old Fort on the site of the original. Here visitors reenact history, staff work out personal identities, and groups lobby for special versions of history by ritual recasting of the past as the present.
The Indians , illuminated by the light from fires built with telegraph poles they had cut down , were circling around the fire , then separately stamping the ground and making gestures ... , and finally it was a perfect pandemonium lit ...
Author: Douglas C. Comer
Publisher: Univ of California Press
The delta hardening cost is often modest ; for ground equipment especially , this is the strong emerging trend . Similar comments hold true for the ... Copper mesh is a perfect groundplane ii . Right side cable currents are the same as ...
Category: Electromagnetic pulse
... the happiness of another world , but also groundlessly to bate and persecute , and use one another ill in this . So that , tho ' there are great advantages which may attend a revelation and a promulged law ; yet these have their ...
Author: Thomas Chubb
The UNESCO World Heritage Convention of 1972 set the contemporary standard for cultural and natural conservation. Today, a place on the World Heritage List is much sought after for tourism promotion, development funding, and national prestige. Presenting case studies from across the globe, particularly from Africa and Asia, anthropologists with situated expertise in specific World Heritage sites explore the consequences of the World Heritage framework and the global spread of the UNESCO heritage regime. This book shows how local and national circumstances interact with the global institutional framework in complex and unexpected ways. Often, the communities around World Heritage sites are constrained by these heritage regimes rather than empowered by them.
His great-grandfather had purchased the land and grounds, including the pyramid lovingly called ... of private sector heritage tenure blended into the appearance of public space – the New 7 Wonders project found a perfect affinity.
Author: Christoph Brumann
Publisher: Berghahn Books
Category: Social Science
Below Scotland's capital, hidden for almost two centuries, is a metropolis whose very existence was all but forgotten. For almost 250 years, Edinburgh was surrounded by a giant defensive wall. Unable to expand the city's boundaries, the burgeoning population built over every inch of square space. And when there was no more room, they began to dig down . . . Trapped in lives of poverty and crime, these subterranean dwellers existed in darkness and misery, ignored by the chroniclers of their time. It is only in the last few years that the shocking truth has begun to emerge about the sinister underground city.
Underground seemed like a perfect place to hide. Three sites were considered the most likely spots where the Treaty of Union was finally ratified – and two of them were below the streets. The third was a small arbour (still standing) in ...
Author: Jan-Andrew Henderson
Publisher: Random House
Any space that involves descending from our typical aboveground environment is a provocation to our sensory perceptions. Such hidden spaces evoke latent mythical images and confront us with the clash between nature and artifice in our built environment. This book explores the character, use and design of underground space as a space of its own. International examples of commercial premises, restaurants, sports facilities, subway stations, museums, churches, libraries, concert halls, houses and other building types form the core material. Interviews with many renowned designers including Norman Foster, Floris Alkemade (OMA) and Francine Houben (Mecanoo) convey the architects' own views on the subject. Essays reflect on the cultural aspects, planning conditions, design considerations, technical requirements and sustainability aspects of building below ground level. Chapters include: Urban Development, Architecture, Functions, Perception and Cognition, Constructions, Energy and Interior Climate.
Functions that attract thousands of people a day can once more be accommodated in inner cities because the ground level doubles at crucial points , creating a perfect interrelation between the infrastructure and the programme being ...
Author: Ernst von Meijenfeldt
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
In mid-twentieth century Britain, four intellectuals - Julian Huxley, Bertrand Russell, Malcolm Muggeridge, and Barbara Ward - held sway over popular conceptions of morality. While Huxley and Russell championed ideas informed by agnosticism and atheism, Muggeridge and Ward were adherents to Christianity. In Contesting the Moral High Ground, Paul Phillips reveals how this fundamental dichotomy was representative of British society at the time, and how many of the ideologies promoted by these four moralists are still present today. As world-class public figures in an open forum of debate, Huxley, Russell, Muggeridge, and Ward all achieved considerable public attention, particularly during the turbulent 1960s. Phillips captures the rebellious spirit of the time, detailing how these thinkers exploited the popular media to disseminate ideas on prevailing social issues - from justice and world peace to protection of the environment. Phillips skilfully traces the foundations of their thought to their earlier careers and social movements of previous generations, and shows how many of their approaches were adopted by a host of present-day groups from the Christian Right and Left to the New Atheists and environmentalists. A significant contribution to British intellectual history, Contesting the Moral High Ground provides new insights into the moral philosophies of four of Britain's most influential minds in the twentieth century.
James Mill, father of John Stuart Mill, who saw the Biblical God as a perfect concept of wickedness devised by men, Russell raised a related question — “Shall our God exist and be evil, or shall he be recognized as the creation of our ...
Author: Paul T. Phillips
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
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Below here the Emmons is too broken by crevasses for good skiing , so , climbing stiffly over a prow of rock , we put skis back on at the top of the Inter Glacier . It wasn't just snowing , we were in the cloud .
Author: Doug Robinson
Publisher: Mountain N' Air Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Across six of the seven continents on which cricket is played, there are some remarkable cricket grounds. From a tidal strip of sand outside the Ship Inn at Elie, in Fife, to the monumental Melbourne Cricket Ground with its 100,000 capacity, this book features the extraordinary places and venues in which cricket is played. Many grounds have remarkably beautiful settings. There is the rugged Devonian charm of Lynton and Lynmouth Cricket Club set in the Valley of the Rocks, not far from the North Devon coast. Then there is the vividly-coloured, almost Lego-like structure of Dharamshala pavilion in Northern India where local resident the Dalai Lama has watched a match. Many of England s greatest players have come from public schools, and there are some wonderful examples of their cricket grounds such as Sedbergh and Milton Abbey. Country houses such as Audley End and Blenheim Palace form the backdrop to many cricket pitches, or castles, such as Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland, or even Portchester Castle, where there is a cricket ground inside the castle walls. Sri Lanka s test ground, Galle, has a fort looming above it, while Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, has the unmistakeable Table Mountain as the backdrop. Some of the stunning imagery has a modern feel. Queenstown cricket ground has international jets taking off just yards from the playing action, while Singapore Cricket Club is an oasis of lush green set against a 21st century array of high-rise towers. Then there are cricket grounds in unusual places; Hawaii, Corfu, Berlin, Slovenia and St Moritz to name but a few.
Harry Brind, the Surrey groundsman, and Brian Johnston, the BBC cricket commentator, were advisers, and the weather vane is modelled on 'Jonners' unmistakable profile. What emerged was a perfect oval cricket ground with an immaculately ...
Author: Brian Levison
Category: Sports & Recreation
This fascinating and insightful tour through present-day meetings of Spiritualists, UFOlogists, and dowsers illuminates our obsession with the paranormal and challenges the misunderstanding of the paranormal as a marginal or inconsequential feature of America's religious landscape. • Chronologies focusing on the main developments in Spiritualist, UFOlogical, and dowsing history • Photographs of materials, culture, and events at Lily Dale, the Roswell UFO Festival, and The American Society of Dowsers annual convention taken by the author • A bibliography of authoritative scholarly works, primary texts, and theoretical frameworks pertinent to the study of Spiritualism, UFOlogy, and dowsing
The Great Mystery of Spiritualism is that we are, all of us, extensions of the primordial ground of Nature cordoned off in Leolyn Woods. And this Nature of late seems to resemble a Great Information Highway, through which messengers ...
Author: Darryl V. Caterine
Author: Simon Kuper
Publisher: Headline Review
... in first place groundbeetles , which resulted in the publication of the “ Catalogue of the ground - beetles of Bulgaria ( Coleoptera , Carabidae ) ” ( 1995 ) . Having a perfect taxonomic background , Vassil Guéorguiev was never ...
Author: Vasil Borisov Georgiev
Publisher: Pensoft Publishers
You are a perfect example of a smart aleck, the teacher pointed at him. He shrank away from the pointing finger, cowering in shame, but he noticed the dirt beneath the pointing fingernail and he started to giggle nervously.
Author: Gémino H. Abad
Publisher: UP Press
St. Thomas's doctrine is grounded in the presupposition that law, a function of reason, is always “directed to the common good.”7 There is, he argues, an eternal law that is “a dictate of reason emanating from the ruler who governs a ...
Author: Douglas Brown, Kelly
Publisher: Orbis Books
Church Planting from the Ground Up is a visionary guide for the critical task of new church multiplication. Share in the wisdom of these field-tested veterans as you gain insight from their stories, practical ideas, and real-world experiences. Book jacket.
You have heard it said , “ You only have one chance to make a good first impression . " Since our primary concern in new church planting is reaching those who are far from God - in some cases people who are skeptical , recovering , or ...
Author: Tom Jones
Publisher: College Press
The International Conference on Ground Control in Mining has a rich history of advancing ground control techniques and knowledge. It provides a unique platform for researchers, regulators, consultants, manufacturers, and mine operators to present and exchange challenging industry topics as well as to expedite solutions to ground control problems that require immediate attention. This proceedings from the 37th International Conference is no exception. It includes 47 peer-reviewed research papers from industry experts covering topics of importance for today and the future.
GroundProbe slope stability radar and the Maptek I-Site laser scanning system. ... the perfect opportunity to monitor ground movement because the entire highwall for three consecutive longwalls is visible and relatively unvegetated.
Author: Brijes Mishra
Publisher: Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration
Category: Technology & Engineering