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Author: Mary Angela Schroth
Publisher: Gangemi Editore spa
Keywords: water, artists, interpret, theme, iraqi, six, ferita, wounded, acqua
Number of Pages: 10
Published: 2011-12-15
ISBN-10: 8849271352
ISBN-13: 9788849271355

Author: Don Hale
Publisher: Don Hale
Keywords: dreams, interpret, understand, fascinating, stars, movie, guide, hollywood, celebrity
Number of Pages: 50
ISBN-10: 1907163433
ISBN-13: 9781907163432

Author: Charles Thom
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: cheese, book
Number of Pages: 426
Published: 2008-01-01
ISBN-10: 1429010746
ISBN-13: 9781429010740

Designed as a reference for the student and home cheese-maker, Charles Thom and Walter Fisk's 1918 book is intended to interpret the process of making and handling a variety of cheeses that are either made commerically or widely imported in America.

Author: Maulana Wahiduddin Khan
Publisher: goodword
Keywords: shariah, islamic, woman
Number of Pages: 252
Published: 2000-01-01
ISBN-10: 8187570318
ISBN-13: 9788187570318

The book tries to clear the notion that to interpret the Islamic concept of woman as, degradation of woman is to distort the actual issue. Islam has never asserted that woman is inferior to man: it has only made the point that woman is differently constituted. The prophet used a parable to explain the delicacy of women s nature, pointing out that they should be treated in accordance with their nature. Their delicate emotional constitution should always be borne in mind.

Author: Kevin Greene
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: pottery, roman
Number of Pages: 68
Published: 1992
ISBN-10: 0520080319
ISBN-13: 9780520080317

00 The sheer abundance of pottery found on Roman sites throughout Europe and Asia makes it essential to our understanding of the ancient societies that created it. This book explains how traditional methods of classification have been supplemented by modern scientific and computer-based analysis, thereby encouraging specialists to ask an ever-widening range of questions. Whether the answers include the date of an excavated deposit, the technology of manufacture, or the wealth and trading activity of the settlement, the conclusions that can now be drawn from Roman pottery are proving invaluable

Author: Nico Roymans
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: romanisation, northern, gaul, earliest, studies, plough, three, sword
Number of Pages: 276
Published: 1996
ISBN-10: 9053562370
ISBN-13: 9789053562376

The three studies of 'romanisation processes' which are collected in From the Sword to the Plough provide a new, refreshing perspective on the romanisation of indigenous groups in Gaul and the Rhineland, which respects the relative autonomy of native groups and individuals to interpret Roman cultural forms in their own way, in accordance with their own cultural backgrounds and social strategies. With this insight we can better understand the great regional variations which developed within Roman provincial culture.

Author: Diego Comin
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: growth, postwar, diffusion, technology
Number of Pages: 51
Published: 2010-11
ISBN-10: 1437935605
ISBN-13: 9781437935608

In the aftermath of World War II, the world's economies exhibited very different rates of economic recovery. The authors provide evidence that those countries that caught up the most with the U.S. in the postwar period are those that also saw an acceleration in the speed of adoption of new technologies. This acceleration is correlated with the incidence of U.S. economic aid and technical assistance in the same period. The authors interpret this as supportive of the interpretation that technology transfers from the U.S. to Western European countries and Japan were an important factor in driving
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