Rnds 2 and 3: B: *K1, sl 1, k2; rep from * around. Rnds 4 and 5: A: *K3, sl 1; rep from * around. Rnd 6: B: *SI 1, k1; rep from * around. Rnd 7: B: Knit. Rnd 8: A: *K1
, sl 1; rep from * around. Rnd 9: A: *K3, sl 1; rep from * around. Rnd 10: B: *K1, ...
Author: Kari Cornell
Publisher: Voyageur Press
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Here are 23 patterns for scarves from around the globe—including stylish traditional projects from Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, the British Isles, the Americas, and Asia. Pattern introductions provide a background of knitting techniques from that part of the world, including schematics and charts.
11 from around the world OP COMMUNES W.TO U.S. DEPARTMENT OF
COMMERCE , John T. Connor , Secretary BUREAU OF THE CENSUS , A. Ross
Eckler , Director . 65-8 DOCUMENTS DEPARTMENT November 8 , 1965 JUN 7
The Somerset town of Frome might top national polls as a great place to live and enjoy a reputation as the epitome of cool, with Hollywood A-listers regularly spotted on its street and global rock-stars playing its venues, but the place ...
Author: David Lassman
Publisher: Casemate Publishers
Category: True Crime
The Somerset town of Frome might top national polls as a great place to live and enjoy a reputation as the epitome of cool, with Hollywood A-listers regularly spotted on its street and global rock-stars playing its venues, but the place hasnt always been so chic and behind this modern-day faade lies a more sinister and foul past; full of murder, kidnapping, rioting, witchcraft and rebellion, among the other nefarious activities that have taken place over the centuries in the town and surrounding areas.Indeed, the very existence of Frome is down to acts of criminality; as it has been said the reason Saint Aldhelm built his Saxon church in the first place, thus bringing the market town into being, was to civilise the outlaws and bandits who roamed the interior of Selwood Forest; the huge tract of woodland which encircled the land that became the original settlement.Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in and Around Frome chronicles fourteen foul but fascinating stories that includes the Frome vicar who wrote the most significant book on witchcraft, influencing everyone from The Great Beast himself, Aleister Crowley, to the perpetrators of the Salem witch trials; the key turning point in the Monmouth Rebellion; the last person to be publicly hanged outside Taunton gaol; a war veterans triple tragedy; and the violent and brutal pitched battle that was the culmination of a long-running feud between the local populace and the Salvation Army.You will never look at Frome the same way again.
“In Great Gluten-Free Vegan Eats from Around the World, Allyson makes vegan
and gluten—free dreams come true, delivering exotic and inspired dishes that
will take you on a global culinary journey. No need to pinch yourself looking at ...
Author: Allyson Kramer
Publisher: Fair Winds Press
Great Gluten-Free Vegan Eats From Around the World is a cookbook for the home chef who likes to explore a world of cuisines, regardless of allergies or dietary restrictions. Step inside and travel the globe while still adhering to your plant-based, gluten-free diet with ethnic entrees you may have thought were off-limits, but are actually even better re-imagined! From European classics like Fig Pastries with Clotted Cream and English Cottage Pie to Caribbean specialties like Jamaican Jerk Tofu and Plantain and Potato Soup, you’ll dine on delicious dishes from all around the globe, while still pleasing every palate at your table. Author Allyson Kramer, founder of the popular g-free vegan blog Manifest Vegan (http://www.manifestvegan.com), will walk you through each and every recipe—most of which include a photo—showing you exactly how to create gourmet meals that are impressive enough for even the most seasoned foodie. From tempting appetizers, to hearty mains, to luscious desserts, you’ll find more than 100 globally-inspired recipes that prove eating vegan and gluten-free doesn’t have to be a sacrifice, but rather an international delight!
Table 7 shows the location and channel description of each of the streams .
TABLE 7 Intermittent Flow Location Channel Width Channel Depth 5 " Between
SH 154 & US 59 : 1.2 mile from SH 154 1.7 mile from SH 154 2.3 miles from SH
Typically , the deeper fields within 1.5 ' of the NEP have noise levels o around
60pJy , while the fields in the outer annulus , 1.5 ' – 3.0 ' from the NEP , typically
have o 120pJy . Noise levels along the edges and corners of each field are 3 - 4
Category: Radio sources (Astronomy)
A 29.3 square degree region surrounding the North Ecliptic Pole (NEP) is mapped with the Very Large Array (VLA) at 1.5 GH to support the deepest portion of the ROSAT all-sky soft X-ray survey. A total of 114 fields were mapped, and radio sources with peak brightnesses exceeding approx. 6 times the field's root-mean-square noise were identified. The resulting VLA-NEP survey catalog contains 2435 radio sources with flux densities in the range of 0.3 - 1000 mJy, including over 200 fainter than 1 mJy. We present here (1) the VLA-NEP survey catalog, (2) suggested counterparts for approx. 18% of the VLA-NEP objects, and (3) all-atlas of an 114 survey fields with catalogued sources indicated. In an Appendix we present initial scientific analysis of the VLA-NEP survey. The catalog and related tables are available electronically.
Author: Joseph THOMAS (M.D., of Philadelphia.)Publish On: 1864
[ From nepí , " around , " and villous membrane covering the tongue . veppós , the
" kidney . ” ] The membrane Pěr - i - go'ni - um , * or Pěr'i - gõne . immediately
enveloping the kidney . [ From nepí , " around , " and yoví , a “ seed , " Perineum .
The heat has found its equilibrium and point of rest in and around the body .
There is no more interchange of actions . The air cannot carry off any of the heat
generated in the body , and this heat remains in the body , and causes
suffocation or ...
With rage it bites the stone - with rage it turns itself from it ; it whirls and sweeps
around and around from the four quarters of the world . When it is sand which it
draws up in its unseen spiral coil , you see it rise in columns of two hundred feet ...
Author: Philosophical Institute of VictoriaPublish On: 1860
We see by these results that the mean direction moved round from N.E. to s . by
W. during the year ; and if we recollect the number of revolutions during the
different seasons , as given in the early part of this paper , we are struck with the
Author: National Research CouncilPublish On: 1996-11-18
How are biology and physics taught in the French curriculum? What are textbooks like elsewhere, and how much latitude do teachers have in the way they follow the texts?
Author: National Research Council
Publisher: National Academies Press
Amid current efforts to improve mathematics and science education in the United States, people often ask how these subjects are organized and taught in other countries. They hear repeatedly that other countries produce higher student achievement. Teachers and parents wonder about the answers to questions like these: Why do the children in Asian cultures seem to be so good at science and mathematics? How are biology and physics taught in the French curriculum? What are textbooks like elsewhere, and how much latitude do teachers have in the way they follow the texts? Do all students receive the same education, or are they grouped by ability or perceived educational promise? If students are grouped, how early is this done? What are tests like, and what are the consequences for students? Are other countries engaged in Standards-like reforms? Does anything like "standards" play a role in other countries? Questions such as these reflect more than a casual interest in other countries' educational practices. They grow out of an interest in identifying ways to improve mathematics and science education in the United States. The focus of this short report is on what the Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS), a major international investigation of curriculum, instruction, and learning in mathematics and science, will be able to contribute to understandings of mathematics and science education around the world as well as to current efforts to improve student learning, particularly in the United States.
295 There is also another idea with respect to giving out fire or light from the
house , which must ou no account be done upon Christmas - eve , as it would be
very unlucky to do so . Sometimes young men will make a pretence to knock at a
from San Francisco to New Zealand and Australia , we were constantly
impressed with the idea that we were journeying in regions where nature
appears at her best . Lofty mountains covered with forests , and lesser hills
clothed in fadeless ...
The conductor pipe can be moved down from one comThe jacket pipe H ' while
acting to prevent the radia - partment to another and can then be swung around from one tion of heat from pipe H , also acts as a siphon pipe to draw kiln to ...