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  1. 60568 3.5 x 3.5-Inch "Ever Dapper Mr. Spindlebottom" by Amy Brown ...
    Extra-strong 3.5-inch magnet Printed on 100 percent post consumer recycled paper Vibrantly printed on premium New Leaf Silk paper Made in the USA The Ever Dapper Mr. Spindlebottom by Amy Brown, Weight: 0.09 pounds, Manufacturer: Tree-Free Greetings
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  2. Power of Moms - Motherhood Realized: An Inspiring Anthology for the ...
    We believe that family life is beautiful and that motherhood is a privilege. But we also believe it is often really hard to see all that beauty when we're in the midst of mothering. So often, we feel like we're spread too thin. We feel like we don't match up. Our hearts want to do more than our hands can manage. And every day, as we cycle through household duties, discipline, errands, conversations, teaching, and hundreds of "unexpecteds," we're often left tired, worried, and in need of some extra inspiration and encouragement. Power of Moms is an online community of deliberate mothers. Since 2007, millions of mothers from all backgrounds who are striving to be the best they can be have gathered to our website to learn and grow together. Time and again, our posts receive comments that say something like, "I am going to print this out and put it on my nightstand so I can read it again and again." We've been concerned about those nightstands . . . getting all cluttered up with paper. So we've selected dozens of our most popular posts and compiled them neatly into this book--just for you. Becoming Our Best Selves Getting Through Hard Times Remembering the Meaning in Motherhood Shifting Our Perspectives Savoring the Moments This book isn't just a book. It's a tangible representation of a living, breathing community of mothers. Motherhood is the hardest job we'll ever love, and it's so much better when we're doing it together.
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  3. Jeff Holmes - The Greatest Ranger Ever?: Davie Meiklejohn - The Case for ...
    Davie Meiklejohn had few equals in British football between the wars. According to his admiring contemporaries, he was 'a tactical genius', 'ahead of his time' - 'the greatest ever Ranger'. Fast-tracked by manager William Wilton, the former Maryhill junior was part of a title-winning side in his debut season. There would be many more championships to celebrate for this born leader, though Rangers' failure to lift the Scottish Cup for 25 long years became a music-hall joke - until May, 1928, when Meik led his team to a hoodoo-busting 4-0 rout of arch rivals Celtic. In 1931 the tragic on-field death of Celtic keeper John Thomson saw Meiklejohn at his dignified, inspirational best. He enjoyed international adventures, a post-playing career in journalism and a twelve-year stint as manager of Partick Thistle - yet at the height of his fame, Meik lived in a modest two-bedroomed flat, no more than 100 yards from Ibrox. This hardback book has 253 pages and measures: 24 x 16 x 2.5cm.
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  4. Paul Smith - Aberdeen FC Who's Who: Every Red Ever (An A-Z of Dons)
    Aberdeen FC Who's Who is the most comprehensive record of the club's players ever produced, profiling all the post-war Dons ever to feature in competitive first-team action, and delving further into the past to examine the pre-war era's leading lights. From the legends of the first championship victory in 1955 and the European Cup Winners' Cup victory in 1983 through to the current squad, the book charts the highs and lows encountered by more than 450 men who have graced Pittodrie. From in-depth features on the Dons' most illustrious characters to pen pictures of those who made the briefest of cameo appearances, generations of supporters will have memories rekindled by the stories behind the names woven into the fabric of our club. Packed with facts, statistics and pictures, Aberdeen FC Who's Who is essential for every supporter who holds the riches of the Reds' history close to their heart. This hardback book has 256 pages and measures: 29.7 x 21.6 x 2cm
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  5. Philip Yancey - Vanishing Grace: What Ever Happened to the Good News?
    In this important and compelling new audiobook, "New York Times" bestselling author Philip Yancey explores what may have contributed to hostility toward Christians, especially Evangelicals, and offers illuminating stories of how faith can be expressed in ways that disarm even the most cynical critics. "Why does the church stir up such negative feelings?" Philip Yancey has been asking this all his life as a journalist. His perennial question is more relevant now than ever. Research shows that favorable opinions of Christianity have plummeted drastically and opinions of Evangelicals have taken even deeper dives. "So what s so good about the Good News?" In his landmark audiobook, "What s So Amazing about Grace," Yancey issued a call for Christians to be as grace-filled in their behavior as they are in declaring their beliefs. He now aims this book at Christians again, showing them how they have lost respect, influence, and reputation in a newly post-Christian culture. Exploring what may have contributed to hostility toward Evangelicals especially in their mixing of faith and politics instead of embracing more grace-filled ways of presenting the gospel Yancey offers illuminating stories of how faith can be expressed in ways that disarm even the most cynical critics. Then he explores what is Good News and what is worth preserving in a culture that thinks it has rejected Christian faith."
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  6. Janis Ian - God and the Fbi
    Sixties phenom turned 1970s comeback queen Janis Ian came into her third resurgence in 1993 with the release of her post-Columbia Records debut, Breaking Silence. God And The FBI, the one-time prodigy's third post-Breaking Silence release, is something of a mixed bag. Most at home with graceful, melodic efforts such as this set's "She Must Be Beautiful" and "On The Other Side", Ian's up-tempo forays are more problematic. The title track, an oral gusher in the tradition of Chuck Berry's "Too Much Monkey Business" and Bob Dylan's "Subterranean Homesick Blues", suffers from stiffness, while "The Last Comeback" and "Murdering Stavinsky", despite some adept wordplay, are dragged down by dated rock production. On the plus side, "Memphis" benefits from guest vocals by the ever-welcome Willie Nelson, while "Boots Like Emmy Lou's" (Harris, that would be) is a playful delight that feels like a hit for someone with Nashville connections. God, however, is notable for its scope and ambition--qualities that have allowed its creator to keep her last comeback on the horizon. --Steven Stolder
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  8. Kristin Chenoweth - Let Yourself Go
    Kristin Chenoweth won a Tony for the supporting role of Sally Brown in the 1999 revival of You're a Good Man Charlie Brown made a memorably vampy Lily in the 1999 television film of Annie and had an NBC sitcom created for her Kristin! Now she grabs the spotlight in Let Yourself Go her first solo recording. She mixes torchy standards ("My Funny Valentine" "How Long Has This Been Going On?") with Faith Prince-style sauciness ("If") gets to show off her operatic and scat chops in the miniplay "The Girl in 14G" and shares a light duet with Jason Alexander (reviving his musical theater career post-Seinfeld). Perhaps her "Stranger Here Myself" isn't the weightiest you've ever heard but this is an enjoyable album with a good deal of old-fashioned class expertly accompanied by Rob Fisher and the Coffee Club Orchestra.
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  9. Barrie Williams Tom Lawton Jnr - Get in There!: Tommy Lawton - My Friend, ...
    Tommy Lawton is England's greatest goalscorer. His record of 44 goals in 43 internationals is unsurpassed and in all he scored an astonishing 635 goals in his 731 game career playing for Burnley, Everton, Chelsea, Notts County, Brentford and Arsenal. Tall, handsome and as strong as an ox he was a national treasure and a true Boy's Own hero. But by the '70s Tommy's life was in ruins. Bankrupt, drinking heavily and on the dole after a succession of failed managerial posts and business ventures, the famous football legend faced jail after numerous court appearances. Withdrawn, depressed and out of love with football and life he came close to ending it all. In Get in There! which Lawton would famously shout as the ball hit the back of the net from one of his bullet headers his great friend, former Nottingham Evening Post editor, Barrie Williams, and his son, Tom Lawton Junior, have pieced together an exclusively personal account of Tommy Lawton's extraordinary life. Packed with wonderful memories and anecdotes, the book brings the story of Tommy Lawton, the footballer, to life: the poor working class background, the emerging talent, playing for Burnley aged 16, signing for Everton and practising headers for hours with the great Dixie Dean, starring in England's greatest ever attack with Stanley Matthews and Stan Mortensen. It also tells the moving, human story of Tommy Lawton, the man: how the idolised star's life descended into a cruel morass of debt, poverty, drink, shame and scandal before a chance encounter put him back on top, where he belonged. Beyond Tommy, the book encapsulates a footballing heyday when the stadiums were packed with working men straight from the factories and the players earned just a few pounds a week, smoked cigarettes at half-time and went on holiday to Blackpool if they were lucky. Get in There! is a fitting and very personal tribute to the great Tommy Lawton by two of the people who knew him best
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  10. Björk - Vespertine
    Björk originally intended to call Vespertine Domestika. The title would have been entirely appropriate (as, indeed, is Vespertine, meaning "pertaining to the evening"). Ever since 1993's vital, effusive Debut, Björk's music has been increasingly intimate, gently private and concerned with seclusion. It's typical then that Vespertine's first single was called "Hidden Place". The studious solitude is rewarding, though. Vespertine is a lush, gorgeous swell of mid-pace electronica, symphonic strings and Björk's uniquely alien, spectral vocal. There are fantastical wonders here. "Cocoon" (another eulogy to withdrawal from the world) is delicate as a breath, Björk sounding too fragile to be flesh as she lauds "a beauty this immense". "Pagan Poetry" and "Aurora", likewise, are adrift in an enchanted reverie. When she chooses, she crafts killer tunes: "It's Not up to You" is as lovely as anything on Post. Yet frequently, on such tracks as the yearning, glancing "Undo", Björk seems to be simply thinking aloud, revelling in this wildly rich and visceral music. She's reclaimed cutting-edge electronica, so often the province of geeks and technicians, for the poets and the passionate. Vespertine is a landmark, a revelation, a truly fabulous achievement. --Ian Gittins
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  11. Rothko - A Continual Search For Origins
    A Continual Search for Origins sees Rothko continuing to search out some truly great music. Mark Beazley's band have produced some of the most compelling music on the post-rock scene. Their three bass guitar formula somehow managed against all expectations not to hamstring their sound and albums like Forty Years to Find a Voice and In the Pulse of an Artery (produced by Simon Raymonde of Cocteau Twins fame) had an artistry, integrity and sheer listenability rarely found in this sector of music's avant garde. But Beazley is not one to rest on his laurels and, after parting amicably with his fellow bassists, he has got a band together which is essentially him and the vastly underrated Delicate Awol. The bass is ever present on Origins, as you would expect, and good use is made of Caroline Ross's flute. The album meanders a little after the opening female vocal track, found-sounds of crowds and rain melding with the bass, but quietly and in a beautifully unrushed way "Memories of Zurich" lead us to the central, astonishing, "I Sense You Fading Away" when in comes Jo Wright's trumpet which works so wonderfully (and which Rothko should definitely use more of) and where Beazley and Delicate Awol actually rock out. Better than cake. --Mark Thwaite
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  12. Dan the Automator - Wanna Buy a Monkey
    The ever-prolific Dan The Automator has put his suave penchant for eccentricities on the backburner with the lovely compilation, Wanna Buy a Monkey. The producer behind Dr Octagon, Deltron 3030, Handsome Boy Modelling School and Damon Albarn's hip-pop project, Gorillaz has blended together a late-night session that pulls in weird psych-rock from Santomas, conscious rap from Brand Nubian, the soulful ambience of Zero 7 and a previously unreleased track from Dan and Damon's simians. There isn't anything revolutionary here but that doesn't detract from its enjoyable, hyped-up flow. In fact, Wanna Buy a Monkey is as characteristically mellow as its compiler. It bounces around on its own skewered axis, dropping the straight-up hip-hop of "Smoothness" by former P Diddy acolyte, Black Rob, the eerie pscyhedelia of Air and the lackadaisical post-rock of Tortoise. And that's not all. Dan really knows how to please the more adventurous heads, mixing the indie lounge-core of "Stoker Ace" sung by Jennifer Charles of Elysian Fields and former Faith No More member, Mike Patton into the sassy rap of Rza's Bobby Digital and teasing some classics such as De La Soul's "Bionix" and Dilated People's "Clockwork" with dexterity. In fact, Wanna Buy a Monkey's only bum note is ironically Gorillaz's "Latin Simone"; Ghetto Spice Albarn just can't carry a sexy latin tune! --Reuben Dessay
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  13. Beth Gibbons - Out of Season
    As collaborations go, the partnership of Portishead's ghostly singer Beth Gibbons and Paul "Rustin' Man" Webb (former bassist of 80s pop band Talk Talk) seems an extremely unlikely one. However, as Out of Season shows, the pair--who met in 1990 when Gibbons auditioned for Webb's post Talk Talk band O'Rang--have a surprising amount in common, including a love of supremely melancholic melodies and eerily atmospheric backdrops. Ambling quietly from the mournful folk of "Mysteries", through the twilight piano lament of "Show" and the uneasy cinematic sway of "Spyder", Out of Season creates a dreamily sinister otherworld that's both vintage and timeless. Yet, despite relying solely on beautifully bittersweet melodies and acoustic instrumentation to conjure its twisted romance--instead of the usual murky trip-hop beats and studio manipulation associated with Gibbons' dysfunctional songs--the fundamental chill of Portishead is ever present. And that's because, for all the wonderful, sleepy lullabies, it's the haunting isolation that fills Gibbons' every note that captivates. Even on the gorgeously hazy lounge tunes "Romance" and "Sand River"--both brimming with Burt Bacharach style optimism--she manages to sound like Dusty Springfield with a dark and tragic secret. She has an amazingly affecting voice, which makes Out of Season a truly magical album. --Dan Gennoe
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  14. Kasabian - West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum
    Kasabian arrived with a bang and a half early this century, brandishing a slew of ever more dynamite singles and a rigorously assembled debut album that straddled dancefloors and festival fields with monumental ease and a glint in its bloodshot eyes. It was all very post-Xtrmntr, whilst avoiding much of the seriousness that could have entailed. Whether anyone expected them to chase Oasis? coat-tails with such keenness is by the by now; they have since been ordained as an anthemic rock colossus of the UK rock scene. That has almost certainly gone to their heads and as years and albums pass they move further away from their original chemical reaction and into attempting to elbow their way onto the table of some of the greats--early Pink Floyd (the well meaning, but slightly aimless "Swarfiga"), The Kinks (the blatant "Thick As Thieves", though it doesn?t take much to imagine Noel Gallgher bashing it out either) and The Rolling Stones ("Happiness", see also Primal Scream). West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum finds them in an exploratory mood even if it struggles to lift off like either their own early material or the greats they aspire to emulate. Still, "Fast Fuse" is a rabid burst of tinny psychedelic punk and "Vlad The Impaler" intriguingly dark and electric. Not as weird or as wired as they purport to be, but given the kind of brain-numbing predictability normally peddled by bands at their level, we should be grateful for the ambition of this album. --James Berry
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  15. Mogwai - Zidane - A 21st Century Portait
    Mogwai's slow-shifting, meteoric post-rock might have never earnt them a place on the back-of-the-nets montage on Match Of The Day, but their soundtrack to Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait suggests that for this band, football boasts a deeper emotional palette than the Lightning Seeds could ever hope to evoke. Truthfully, it beggars belief it's taken Mogwai so long to reach the rarefied sphere of movie soundtracker; their gleaming, glittering instrumentals are big and beautiful, like a glacier or a blue whale. But supplying the score to Turner Prize artist Douglas Gordon's match-long portrait of French footballer Zinédine Zidane, is probably a subject somewhat closer to their hearts. Lilting and ponderous, it boasts little of the fireworks that this band have been known for: far from the anger its name suggests, "Wake Up and Go Berserk" is a neat excursion into serene ambience, all finger-picked semi-acoustic guitars and padded sticks, while "It Would Have Happened Anyway" adds that crucial tension, perhaps a product of the pre-penalty kick. Mogwai's spirit has soften in recent years, but with Zidane, the boys done good: call it a "Nessun Dorma" for the experimental rock set. --Louis Pattison
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  16. Tortoise - It's All Around You
    It's All Around You, the fifth album by Chicago sound alchemists Tortoise, marks a return to the consciously beautiful expeditions through realms of jazz, dub and progressive rock last sailed on 1996's peerless Millions Now Living Will Never Die. Sure, as ever, this remains a band terribly concerned with the more nerdy extremes of studio experimentation and music theory. Time signatures drift with academic intent, silicon laptop whirrs meld inexorably with chiming vibraphone skitter and dubby live rhythms, and John McEntire's production is as fluid and ingenious as ever. But melody is the real key to understanding It's All Around You: it defines everything here, from "The Lithin Stiffs", a mermaid's lullaby of layered My Bloody Valentine styled vocal harmonies and thrumming, ocean-deep basslines to the driving "Salt the Skies", an energetic, live-sounding Faust-style Krautrock homage. With post-rock's star fading, Tortoise no longer sound quite the startlingly inventive force they once did. But It's All Around You is the sound of a band playing to their strengths, crafting scintillating sounds out of cerebral set-ups. Dust off those headphones and prepare to be surprised anew. --Louis Pattison
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  17. Ari Rabin Havt - Lies, Incorporated: The World of Post-Truth Politics
    In today s post-truth political landscape, there is a carefully concealed but ever-growing industry of organized misinformation that exists to create and disseminate lies in the service of political agendas. Ari Rabin-Havt and Media Matters for America present a revelatory history of this industry which they've dubbed Lies, Incorporated and show how it has crippled legislative progress on issues including tobacco regulation, public health care, climate change, gun control, immigration, abortion, and same-sex marriage. Eye-opening and indispensable, "Lies, Incorporated" takes an unflinching look at the powerful network of politicians and special interest groups that have launched coordinated assaults on the truth to shape American politics."
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  18. Trans Am - Liberation
    Liberation, the seventh album from post-rock futurists Trans Am confirms that they're holding firm to their Kraftwerkian vow to the glory of technological progress. What's more, it suggests that the dark future beyond the horizon of this Washington DC trio's stark, silicon soundscapes looms ever nearer. Built on a foundation of chilly Germanic rock-opera synths and chugging Sabbath-style metal dynamics, tracks such as "Outmoder" and "Total Information Awareness" eschew any of the light electro-pop influences that crept into 2002's TA in favour of extended passages of cranium-rattling heavy riffage, frantic percussion and inhuman electronic gloom. Liberation isn't a laugh riot: where earlier LPs betrayed a certain tongue-in-cheek frivolity in their more flamboyant passages, here, any ironic humour has been purged to make space for a sharp satirical edge captured best on "Uninvited Guest"--a Chris Morris-style cut-and-paste rewiring of a George W Bush speech that sees the American President preaching doom and destruction from his pulpit. At times, Liberation is a jarring, arresting listen but too often, Trans Am sound repressed where they should be buoyant, defiant and dancing the dark night away. --Louis Pattison
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  19. Sean Magee - Arkle: The Story of the World's Greatest Steeplechaser 50th ...
    Arkle. Five decades after he raced, his name continues to reverberate in the folk memory of horseracing. Every true jumping fan still goes misty-eyed at the mere mention of the horse known simply as 'Himself'. When in 2004 the Racing Post polled its readers to find their favourite racehorse of all, he won as emphatically as he had won so many big races. But he has long been more than just a famous racehorse. He was - and remains - a national hero in his native Ireland and an equine icon the world over. There has simply never been a horse to match him, in racing record or in the public affection. This revised and updated edition of book described by Sir Peter O'Sullevan as 'an obit to die for' celebrates the greatest of all chasers in words and in a superb collection of photographs and paintings, many never previously published. It is a fitting tribute to the horse of whom the Racing Post wrote: 'We have not seen his like since - and nor are we ever likely to.'
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  20. Fly 6 Rear 720P Camera and Bike Light (Includes 8GB SD Card) 2nd Gen
    With a 720p video & audio recording from behind in crisp HD means Fly6 has your back, leaving you to enjoy your ride or commute. With a seriously increased light output of up to 30 lumens, Fly6 does everything possible to ensure playback is only ever for pleasure and not incident. With up to 6 hours of camera and light function the challenge will be who has the longest battery - you or Fly6. Using the latest nanotechnology, Fly6 is safeguarded against any wet weather nature can throw at you. Every Fly6 is shipped with an 8GB micro SD class 10 memory card pre-installed. VIDEO Resolution 1280 x 720 Frames per second 30 Video File Format AVI Video Encoding/compression (codec) H.264 Time Stamp YYYY/DD/MM HH:MM:SS Sensor viewing angle wide - 100 degrees File Sizes 10 minutes or around 650MB AUDIO Compression 16bit PCM/mono/32KHz WEIGHT 4oz (113g) PORTS Charging Micro USB (USB2.0) Connecting to computer Micro USB (USB2.0) Memory Card MicroSD BATTERY Capacity 2600 mAh Voltage 3.7V Battery runtime up to 6 hours Battery runtime may vary based on settings and environmental conditions Battery life diminishes over time MICRO SD CARD 8GB class 10 microSDHC card DIMMING SETTINGS 4 options from 100% through to off LIGHTING SEQUENCES 2 flashing options and solid on mode LIGHT OUTPUT Up to 30 Lumens IN THE BOX World first cycling accessory - your Fly6 Quick Start Guide to get you on the road quickly 2 x seat post mounts 4 x standard straps 2 x long straps 2 x zero degree spacer 1 x five degree spacer 1 x 10 degree spacer 1 x aero post adaptor 1 x quality USB cable 1 x 8GB class 10 microSD card (installed in the device)
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  21. Reverend Robert Wilkins - Prodigal Son
    Includes Wilkins' fabulous blues Prodigal Son, recorded by the Rolling Stones on their classic 'Beggars' Banquet' LP.A true giant of pre-War blues, Wilkins sounded just as good - maybe better - after his rediscovery in the 1960s!These ultra-rare recordings were only issued on limited edition LPs in the 1960s and haven't been heard since.1-CD Digipak(4-plated) with 28-page booklet, 13 tracks. Total playing time approx. 56 mns.Memphis bluesman Robert Wilkins recorded between 1928 and 1935 - and then disappeared. Researcher Dick Spottswood rediscovered him in 1964 and gave him a new career. Of all the rediscovered pre-War blues singers, Wilkins was among the finest. His vocals and guitar playing were still very strong and confident. But Wilkins had become a preacher and wouldn't do blues as he had recorded them before the War. Instead, he recorded gospel songs with the fire and passion with which he'd recorded blues. Spottswood issued some of the Wilkins songs on 'Memphis Gospel Singer' (Piedmont Records) and another four songs on 'The Old World's In A Hell Of A Fix' (Biograph Records). Now all are gathered together, remastered and restored together with Spottswood's detailed remembrance of his friend Robert Wilkins.At one time, we took rediscovered blues men for granted, but of course they passed one by one. Robert Wilkins died in 1987. The Rolling Stones royalties from their cover of Prodigal Son made the last years good for him. Now, no pre-War blues singers remain alive, and the ranks of post-War bluesmen are thinning fast. That makes these recordings, quickly passed over at the time of release, more valuable than ever. A tangible reminder of the blues in its infancy as a great American...
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  22. Edited by Andy Pennington - Frankel: The Wonder Horse
    Frankel. The name is already burned in gold on racing's roll of honour, and will continue to glow whenever the talk is of the greatest racehorses ever. His record fourteen victories from fourteen starts, including ten at the elite Group 1 level speaks for itself. But it is the manner in which Frankel blew away his rivals that will linger in racing's folk memory: that afterburner whoosh of explosive power which in a matter of strides sent him lengths clear of his pursuers. From his brilliant two-year-old career through the jaw-dropping 2011 2,000 Guineas to the irresistible force of 2012, Frankel in full flight was one of the great glories of racing history, and those who saw him run will never forget the sight. Frankel: The Wonder Horse provides the perfect record of a stellar career. Constructed from the reports, features and stunning photographs which chronicled the Frankel phenomenon in the pages of the Racing Post, this book tells the complete story of a true racing legend.
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  23. Posted Bounty Art Sleeves
    Six different limited-edition Android: Netrunner Art Sleeves offer a high-tech combination of functionality and style. Whether you choose from designs in the meat world or the virtual world, our six new sleeve designs immerse you more fully than ever in the high-stakes cyberstruggles of Android: Netrunner, even as their clear, 100 micron-thick, non-PVC, acid-free polypropylene plastic offers your cards durable protection free of any damaging chemicals that could corrode your cards. Available designs include Pop-up, Deep Red, Snare!, Wotan, Inside Job, and Posted Bounty.
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  24. Men's Phd Alpinist Ski Socks, Medium Grey, Large
    Smartwool PHD Alpinist Running Socks The right gear can make or break any expedition. That's why we've created the new PhD Outdoor Mountaineer socks, Smartwool's most technical mountaineering socks ever. Smartwool has put some serious sock science to work in these all-mountain socks, including revolutionary Indestructawool technology for ultimate durability and the 4 Degree elite fit system for a dialled fit. The Smartwool Alpinist Running Socks have been built for Performance in the Highest Degree as it is equipped with Indestructawool technology which features a patent-pending construction method for exceptional durability and comfort. With high density cushioning in the heel and toe it provides protection and comfort in high impact areas, while flat knit leg accommodates fit of low-volume mountaineering boots. For a comfortable fit, the socks use the 4 Degree Elite Fit System which uses two elastics for greater stretch and recovery to keep the sock in place while mesh ventilation zones provide optimum moisture management and maximum breathability which will keep your feet feeling cool and dry. The socks also have a Virtually Seamless toe construction which reduces the risk of chafing, a flex zone at the ankle which offers maximum flexibility and lastly, with a 20-30 mmHg graduated compression rating, it helps post-activity recovery.
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  25. Bert Jansch & Friends - Acoustic Routes
    Disc: 11. Chasing Love2. Running From Home3. Don't Pity Me4. Needle Of Death5. Go Your Way My Love6. 40 Ton Parachute7. Sitar Ram8. The First Girl I Loved9. Happiness Was Free10. The Elfin Knight a.k.a. Scarborough Fair11. The Blood of the Lamb12. Blues Run the Game13. Let Me Sing14. That'll Do Babe15. High Emotion16. Heartbreak Hotel17. If I Were a Carpenter18. Parcel Post Blues19. Walk On20. Country BluesDisc: 21. The Parting2. Strolling Down The Highway3. Jones4. Blackwater Side5. Tell Me What is True Love6. First Song7. First Light8. Memories of My Trip9. I Got Fooled10. CC Rider11. The Death of Blind Boy Fuller12. Come on if You're Coming13. Key to the Highway14. First Time Ever I Saw Your Face15. Been On The Road So Long16. Paper Houses
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  26. Racing Post - Kauto Star: A Steeplechasing Legend
    It is widely accepted in the world of jump racing that Kauto Star is the best steeplechaser since the immortal Arkle half a century ago. The only horse ever to have regained the Cheltenham Gold Cup crown, and a scarcely credible fi ve-time winner of the other classic of the jumps season, the King George VI Chase at Kempton Park, Kauto Star has posted an extraordinary record during eight seasons racing in Britain. But it is what lies behind the statistics which make the Kauto Star story so compelling: the rivalry with stable companion Denman, his next-door neighbour in the Somerset yard of trainer Paul Nicholls; the fallibility expressed in his earlier chasing years by the heart-stopping habit of making at least one major blunder in a big race; the apparently terminal slump in his form as he reached veteran status, which only made the resurrection more glorious. Kauto Star: A Steeplechasing Legend tells that uplifting story as it unfolded through the pages of the Racing Post and the incomparable photographic skills of the Post's photographers, to make a worthy celebration of the life and career of one of jump racing's all-time greats.
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  27. Men's Phd Alpinist Ski Socks, Medium Grey
    Smartwool PHD Alpinist Running Socks The right gear can make or break any expedition. That's why we've created the new PhD Outdoor Mountaineer socks, Smartwool's most technical mountaineering socks ever. Smartwool has put some serious sock science to work in these all-mountain socks, including revolutionary Indestructawool technology for ultimate durability and the 4 Degree elite fit system for a dialled fit. The Smartwool Alpinist Running Socks have been built for Performance in the Highest Degree as it is equipped with Indestructawool technology which features a patent-pending construction method for exceptional durability and comfort. With high density cushioning in the heel and toe it provides protection and comfort in high impact areas, while flat knit leg accommodates fit of low-volume mountaineering boots. For a comfortable fit, the socks use the 4 Degree Elite Fit System which uses two elastics for greater stretch and recovery to keep the sock in place while mesh ventilation zones provide optimum moisture management and maximum breathability which will keep your feet feeling cool and dry. The socks also have a Virtually Seamless toe construction which reduces the risk of chafing, a flex zone at the ankle which offers maximum flexibility and lastly, with a 20-30 mmHg graduated compression rating, it helps post-activity recovery.
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  28. Christopher J. Deaton - THE GOLDEN APPLE: First Full-Length Recording
    When it premiered in 1954, composer Jerome Moross and librettist John Latouche's The Golden Apple was hailed as "the most original musical since Oklahoma!" (The Washington Post), "the best thing that has happened in and to the theatre in a very long time" (New York Daily News), and "a magnificent achievement. A sensational success. The most imaginative work of its kind" (New York Daily Mirror). It's blend of American folklore and Greek myth, popular entertainment and high art, and musical comedy and operatic drama "stood Manhattan on its ear," winning the New York Drama Critics' Circle prize for Best Musical (the first Off-Broadway show to do so) and spawning the standard "Lazy Afternoon." Yet, sadly, this 135-minute through-sung musical was preserved only in a 48-minute LP, and after a short-lived transfer to Broadway, THE GOLDEN APPLE all but slipped into obscurity. In November of 2014, the Lyric Stage of Irving, Texas, mounted a fully-staged revival of The Golden Apple, featuring an orchestra of 38 and a 43-member cast, and PS Classics was there to preserve the score in its entirety.TracklistDisc One:    Overture    Nothing Ever Happens in Angel's Roost    Angel's Roost Has Its Situation    Mother Hare's Seance    My Love Is on the Way    The Heroes Come Home    It Was a Glad Adventure    Come Along Boys    It's the Going Home Together    Mother Hare's Prophecy    Good Is a Word That Fools Believe    It's the Going Home Together (Continuation)    Helen Is Always Willing    The Arrival of Paris    Let's Pay a Visit    The Picnic Table    Mother Hare's Return    An Impartial Judge    The Judgment of Paris    If You Select My Angel Food    I'll Teach You<
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  29. Claire Wilcox - The Ambassador Magazine: Promoting Post-War British ...
    The Ambassador has been described as 'probably the most daring and enterprising trade magazine ever conceived'. With the motto 'Export or Die!', the magazine was renowned for its innovative design and adventurous editorial approach in promoting British manufacturing in the post-war period. This book takes a detailed look at the background and impact of The Ambassador. The magazine was driven by the vision of its founder Hans Juda and his wife, Elsbeth, who was responsible for much of the magazine's striking photography. Focusing on the perceived strengths of British industry, they set up ambitious photo shoots to showcase the latest couture fashions by the likes of Charles Creed and Victor Stiebel. The magazine promoted fine art as an inspiration for design, and commissioned artists such as John Piper and Henry Moore for their covers.Christopher Breward is Head of Research at the V&A and co-curator of the exhibition British Design 1948-2012. He is a widely published author on the history and culture of fashion. Claire Wilcox is Senior Curator of Fashion at the V&A. She has curated many exhibitions including Vivienne Westwood (V&A 2004) and The Golden Age of Couture (V&A 2007) and edited the accompanying books.
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  30. Classic 12
    Features- FSC certified birch, BS1088 Marine Ply- Restricted steering setting to give novice riders the confidence to go that little bit faster, making balance easier to grasp.- Unrestricted steering setting to give experienced riders the chance to learn to use steering to correct balance loss rather than their feet.- Adjustable seat and adjustable reach ensuring your Early Rider grows with your child.- Wheels : 12.5" x 3" rear, 14" x 2.25" front with pneumatic tyres, aluminium rims.- Notched fork ends for quick assembly.- Branded flame and logo detail, tyre hot patches- Embroidered faux leather seat pad- EN71 and ASTM 963 accreditedSize GuideAge: 2 - 4.5 yearsSuggested height: 90cmInside leg: 33.5cmSeat height range: 30.5-39cmWeight: 5kgsWith its wide fat boy tyre, low centre of gravity, slackened headset angle, this is surely the most stable learner bike of all - as well as the coolest. So easy to ride for the smaller tots despite its larger size, and its bigger frame and 14" front wheel allows your child to get more out of the bike for longer.An extended seat post will take the seat height as high as your child will ever need to be should the standard adjustable seat post be outgrown and progression onto the bikes unrestricted steering setting will add an extra 1" of reach.
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