Author: Aa Publishing
Publisher: AA Publishing
Release Date: 2012-04-01
This pocket-sized street atlas of London has been fully updated. Keeping you on the move in the city, the maps clearly show AA recommended restaurants, pubs, hotels, one-way streets and car parks and feature a clever use of colour to ensure they can be read under street lighting
Author: Amar Agarwal
Publisher: JP Medical Ltd
Release Date: 2015-05-10
This is the second edition of Jaypee Gold Standard Mini Atlas Series: Phacoemulsification, a concise and practical guide to the most common technique in cataract surgery. The book is divided into four sections; Phaco Basics, Challenging Cases, Complications and Microincision Cataract Surgery (Phakonit and Microphakonit). Each section covers surgical techniques in fine detail, with the final section describing Phakonit surgery, a technique pioneered by the authors. The atlas contains 64 full colour images and illustrations to enhance explanations of complicated methods. Jaypee Gold Standard Mini Atlas Series: Phacoemulsification includes a DVD-ROM which demonstrates techniques in phacoemulsification surgery, including Angle Kappa and Multifocal Glued IOL, IOL scaffold, No-Assistant technique and Pars Plicata Anterior Vitrectomy. The DVD also details related complications including lens coloboma, mature cataract, adherent leucoma and posterior synechia. This pocket-sized mini atlas is an ideal, every day source of reference for ophthalmologists. Key Points Latest edition of this mini atlas of cataract surgery 64 full colour images and illustrations DVD-ROM of phacoemulsification procedures Previous edition published 2007
Author: C. D. Miller
Publisher: First Edition Design Pub.
Release Date: 2012-02-01
Welcome to Harry Potter Places Book One--London and London Side-Along Apparations, the first of five guidebooks designed to help Potterites visit Potterverse places in the UK, including real-life places mentioned in JKR's novels and movie film sites. On the website you'll find Book One's Table of Contents and learn about all the Harry Potter Places travel guidebooks. www.HarryPotterPlaces.com
Profiling the best places to eat and stay on any budget, this handbook includes a language guide with useful words and phrases in seven languages. Travelers will find all the transportation options from the Channel Tunnel to Rhine cruises. of color photos. 192 maps.
Author: Ryan Ver Berkmoes
Release Date: 2001
Genre: Great Britain
A jolly good travel guide that covers England, Scotland and Wales with in-depth information on Britain's unique historical and cultural heritage, the lowdown on entertainment from pub crawls to festivals, as well as a multitude of places to stay, eat and shop. color photos. 147 maps.
Author: Michael Rosen
Release Date: 2015-02-01
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
A “beguiling . . . passionate and funny” biography of the alphabet—from A to Z and umlauts to dictionaries—by a bestselling author “whose fervor is contagious” (Boston Globe). In Alphabetical, Michael Rosen tells the fascinating tale of how our modern alphabet—those twenty-six peculiar shapes and their corresponding sounds—came to be. With a chapter devoted to each letter, Rosen shares personal anecdotes and fascinating facts about the history and evolution of written language. Starting with the mysterious Phoenicians and the first time sounds were turned into symbols, he races on to show how nonsense poems work, pin down the strange story of OK, trace our five lost letters and tackle the tyranny of spelling, among many other things. His heroes of the alphabet range from Edward Lear to Phyllis Pearsall (the inventor of the A-Z), and from the two scribes of Beowulf to today’s most innovative rappers. Exploring subjects from codes to umlauts and the writing of dictionaries, “Rosen has written a charming and thought-provoking book about what written language represents, how we use it, and the joys and mysteries therein.” (Publishers Weekly, Starred Review).