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All Bull and Black Pears : A Celebration of One Hundred Years of Hereford and Worcester County Council - Ryder, Vincent
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2009, ISBN: 9780947993580

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U.S.A.: Gold Eagle, 2002. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. U.S.A.: Gold Eagle, 2002. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. PRIZED CARGO A desperate cry for help draws Mack Bolan into a world where educated, attractive foreign women are kidnapped and forced to work in America's top companies as blackmailed industrial spies. The back trail leads to an Indian businessman with a link to the Red Chinese, whose operation hijacks high-tech cargo for a covert weapons program. Compounding the threat, these rogue nationalists using slaves to steal technology shipments from the West are employing radical Islamic terrorists as deadly enforcers. With fellow Stony Man warrior Yakov Katzenelenbogen by his side, Bolan spreads a message in blood from Los Angeles to Calcutta and Sicily: doing business with the Chinese could be fatal. ISBN 0-373-61487-X <br/><br/>04-03-16, Gold Eagle, 2002, HarperCollins e-books. 2009. Paperback. Good. "You're in danger. You and Amanda." The warning draws Bonnie Wheeler to a place she has never been: To the brutally slain body of her husband's ex- wife . . . To the shattering of her perfect world by a murdered woman's secrets . . . To a place where every truth becomes a lie-and every loved one is a strange r . . . To a gathering darkness that threatens her innocent child-and herself . . . To a home where nothing is safe, and there's no one she can trust. No one., HarperCollins e-books, 2009, Fawcett. 2002. Mass Market Pa. Very Good. a crisp clean softcover, no markings throughout: In her haunting new Victorian novel, Anne Perry brings to rich and passionate life the city that she has made her own. Once more she shares the intimacy of London's opulent drawing rooms and guides readers through gaslit thoroughfares that echo with hooves on cobblestones, the cries of street vendors, the shouts of newsboys reporting the headlines . . . of two beautiful women found strangled in the studio of a well-known London artist. One of the victims is the wife of Hester Monk's colleague, surgeon Dr. Kristian Beck, a Viennese emigre who swiftly becomes the principal suspect. Now investigator William Monk and his wife seek evidence to save Beck from the hangman, hoping to penetrate not only the mystery of Elissa Beck's death, but the riddle of her life. . . ., Fawcett, 2002, New York, New York: Doubleday & Co.. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 2000. First Edition. Hardcover. 038532698x . Fine, Beautiful children's picture book illustrated by Bertrand Frederique, unpaginated, red end papers Gift Quality. Gus refused to share crayons and paper with his little sister, Wendy. Instead, he grabs everything for himself, happily drawing a land that has red mountains, a lake of bubbling goo, and a line of hungry armadillos. In the middle he draws Wendy crying. The story evolves into Gus being banished to his room where upon he wishes and receives his own drawing supply. Ah, if he but knew! Great story ages 6 and up. ; 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall ., Doubleday & Co., 2000, The Presiding Bishopric, January 1963. Paperback Paperback. Good - Cash. Publisher: The Presiding Bishopric<br>Date of Publication: 1963<br>Binding: Soft Cover<br>Condition: Good+<br>Description: Colorful drawing of a river and trees on the front. Blue lettering. Cover is clean with minor rubbing to the corners., The Presiding Bishopric, London: The Malvern Publishing Co, 1989. Dust jacket complete, unclipped. Black cloth with bright gilt titling on spine. No ownership inscription. 188 pages with line drawings and illustrations.by Chris Redman. Clean and tight. County Councils were created 100 years ago as a remedy for the extraordinary muddle into which local government had fallen in England. For the first few decades the remedy was administered in almost homeopathic doses but then the councils grew in stature until today their manpower and budgets match those of the bigger firms in industry and commerce and their responsibilities touch the lives of everyone within their counties. The author traces the progress of Herefordshire and Worcestershire County Councils from their beginnings, when in each county one or two strong-minded men ran things pretty much their own way without the distraction of having to get themselves elected by the public. Once their real growth had started the County Councils had more and more duties assigned to them, either new ones created by Parliament or old ones taken from lesser authorities amid cries from the dispossessed that yet another blow had been struck at democracy. Yet the councils knew that their work was steadily coming under closer control by central government. They knew they were no longer masters in their own houses when the two counties were forced to merge for the sake of administrative convenience. In his entertaining account the author celebrates a century in which the men and women who run and work for the county councils have turned local government into a machine for making life immeasurably more productive, agreeable and humane than it was in 1889. . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Illustrations by Chris Redman. 8vo., The Malvern Publishing Co, 1989

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Xerox Education Publications. Used - Good. Good condition., Xerox Education Publications, Kingsway Publications. PAPERBACK. 1854240307 PLEASE BE AWARE WE ARE A UK BASED SELLER AND ALL DVDS WILL BE IN A EUROPEAN FORMAT PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR DVD PLAYER IS SUITABLE BEFORE PURCHASING ( THIS MAINLY EFFECTS OUR AMERICAN AND CANADIAN CUSTOMERS)****** . Very Good., Kingsway Publications, London: The Malvern Publishing Co, 1989. Dust jacket complete, unclipped. Black cloth with bright gilt titling on spine. No ownership inscription. 188 pages with line drawings and illustrations.by Chris Redman. Clean and tight. County Councils were created 100 years ago as a remedy for the extraordinary muddle into which local government had fallen in England. For the first few decades the remedy was administered in almost homeopathic doses but then the councils grew in stature until today their manpower and budgets match those of the bigger firms in industry and commerce and their responsibilities touch the lives of everyone within their counties. The author traces the progress of Herefordshire and Worcestershire County Councils from their beginnings, when in each county one or two strong-minded men ran things pretty much their own way without the distraction of having to get themselves elected by the public. Once their real growth had started the County Councils had more and more duties assigned to them, either new ones created by Parliament or old ones taken from lesser authorities amid cries from the dispossessed that yet another blow had been struck at democracy. Yet the councils knew that their work was steadily coming under closer control by central government. They knew they were no longer masters in their own houses when the two counties were forced to merge for the sake of administrative convenience. In his entertaining account the author celebrates a century in which the men and women who run and work for the county councils have turned local government into a machine for making life immeasurably more productive, agreeable and humane than it was in 1889. . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Illustrations by Chris Redman. 8vo., The Malvern Publishing Co, 1989

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London: The Malvern Publishing Co, 1989. Dust jacket complete, unclipped. Black cloth with bright gilt titling on spine. No ownership inscription. 188 pages with line drawings and illustrations.by Chris Redman. Clean and tight. County Councils were created 100 years ago as a remedy for the extraordinary muddle into which local government had fallen in England. For the first few decades the remedy was administered in almost homeopathic doses but then the councils grew in stature until today their manpower and budgets match those of the bigger firms in industry and commerce and their responsibilities touch the lives of everyone within their counties. The author traces the progress of Herefordshire and Worcestershire County Councils from their beginnings, when in each county one or two strong-minded men ran things pretty much their own way without the distraction of having to get themselves elected by the public. Once their real growth had started the County Councils had more and more duties assigned to them, either new ones created by Parliament or old ones taken from lesser authorities amid cries from the dispossessed that yet another blow had been struck at democracy. Yet the councils knew that their work was steadily coming under closer control by central government. They knew they were no longer masters in their own houses when the two counties were forced to merge for the sake of administrative convenience. In his entertaining account the author celebrates a century in which the men and women who run and work for the county councils have turned local government into a machine for making life immeasurably more productive, agreeable and humane than it was in 1889. . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Illustrations by Chris Redman. 8vo., The Malvern Publishing Co, 1989

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1989, ISBN: 0947993584

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[EAN: 9780947993580], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: The Malvern Publishing Co, London], Jacket, Dust jacket complete, unclipped. Black cloth with bright gilt titling on spine. No ownership inscription. 188 pages with line drawings and illustrations.by Chris Redman. Clean and tight. County Councils were created 100 years ago as a remedy for the extraordinary muddle into which local government had fallen in England. For the first few decades the remedy was administered in almost homeopathic doses but then the councils grew in stature until today their manpower and budgets match those of the bigger firms in industry and commerce and their responsibilities touch the lives of everyone within their counties. The author traces the progress of Herefordshire and Worcestershire County Councils from their beginnings, when in each county one or two strong-minded men ran things pretty much their own way without the distraction of having to get themselves elected by the public. Once their real growth had started the County Councils had more and more duties assigned to them, either new ones created by Parliament or old ones taken from lesser authorities amid cries from the dispossessed that yet another blow had been struck at democracy. Yet the councils knew that their work was steadily coming under closer control by central government. They knew they were no longer masters in their own houses when the two counties were forced to merge for the sake of administrative convenience. In his entertaining account the author celebrates a century in which the men and women who run and work for the county councils have turned local government into a machine for making life immeasurably more productive, agreeable and humane than it was in 1889. Size: 8vo

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1989, ISBN: 0947993584

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[EAN: 9780947993580], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: The Malvern Publishing Co, London], Jacket, Dust jacket complete, unclipped. Black cloth with bright gilt titling on spine. No ownership inscription. 188 pages with line drawings and illustrations.by Chris Redman. Clean and tight. County Councils were created 100 years ago as a remedy for the extraordinary muddle into which local government had fallen in England. For the first few decades the remedy was administered in almost homeopathic doses but then the councils grew in stature until today their manpower and budgets match those of the bigger firms in industry and commerce and their responsibilities touch the lives of everyone within their counties. The author traces the progress of Herefordshire and Worcestershire County Councils from their beginnings, when in each county one or two strong-minded men ran things pretty much their own way without the distraction of having to get themselves elected by the public. Once their real growth had started the County Councils had more and more duties assigned to them, either new ones created by Parliament or old ones taken from lesser authorities amid cries from the dispossessed that yet another blow had been struck at democracy. Yet the councils knew that their work was steadily coming under closer control by central government. They knew they were no longer masters in their own houses when the two counties were forced to merge for the sake of administrative convenience. In his entertaining account the author celebrates a century in which the men and women who run and work for the county councils have turned local government into a machine for making life immeasurably more productive, agreeable and humane than it was in 1889. 8vo

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780947993580
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0947993584
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 1989
Publisher: The Malvern Publishing Co

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ISBN/EAN: 0947993584

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0-947993-58-4, 978-0-947993-58-0


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