Four Seasons in Five Senses – Things Worth Savoring
Four Seasons in Five Senses – Things Worth Savoring
In Sewing for all Seasons, author Susan Beal offers twenty-four beautiful projects imbued with the colours, textures and moods of each season. Readers will enjoy stitching a bright gardening apron to welcome spring, a colourful picnic quilt for summer, a cosy patchwork throw for autumn, soft woolen slippers for those chilly winter nights and much more. With how-to illustrations, helpful templates, tons of colour and lush photography, this book will leap off shelves and keep crafters inspired all year long.
The purpose of this book has been to reveal the different effects of Norwegian labor market policies aimed at unemployed people. The results are presented in terms of four sections. The first two chapters use a reform of unemployment benefit regulations to compare a task-oriented regime, with an insurance-oriented regime in which the job seeker is left a large part of the responsibility for their own search behavior. The studies show that activity-oriented regime results in quicker return to work, while the insured oriented regime gives the job seeker time and space to find better jobs. The last two chapters focus on the different effects of rehabilitation programs. The results show that participation in rehabilitation programs contribute to increased job probability. There are however large differences between different programs and different participants. In summary, the effects are higher, the more the programs resemble ordinary jobs.
Color custom10001 Sutiable Age 13-24 Months Brand N/A Model N/A Material Cotton Quantity 1 Piece Certification No Other Features Head girth: 30~50cm suitable for four seasons wear. Packing List 1 x Hat
Return to the Sanctuary of the Redeemers: a place of pain, cruelty and terrible, dark devotion. Thomas Cale - the Left Hand of God, the Angel of Death - is put in charge of an army and groomed to bring about the end of the world. But might not Cale - killer, strategist, pawn and boy - whose nature is far stranger than even the Redeemers can know, have his own reasons for bringing about the Last Four Things?
A bumper pack of four Usborne activity books to help children learning English as a second language. Audio for all four books can be found at the Usborne Quicklinks website. The pack includes: a Little Picture Dictionary, with over 200 illustrated everyday English words plus space for children to write in the words to help them remember the names and spellings. A reduced-size edition of Usborne's My First English Sticker Book helps children learn over 200 useful words in English by matching the word stickers to the pictures in the book. A First English Words Write-In Book asks children to write the English words under the pictures. A Speaking English Activity Book helps children practise over 100 useful English phrases, with puzzles and things to spot in every scene.
Its summer time and Julie and Lydia are going on a road trip! After all the ups and downs of their first year in junior high, they're looking forward to seeing the sights and getting some new perspective on their quest for popularity. Planned visits include their friend Sukie, Julie's grandparents and Lydia's dad. At first they use their Powers of Observation to make sense of the new locations, but then things start to go a little funny with parents all across the nation. This may not be the triumphant trip they were hoping for, but it is still infused with the humour, heart and truthfulness that Amy Ignatow is known for.
This book is an academic dedication to one of history''s greatest fashion houses. Coco Chanel and the 100 years anniversary of the brand have been a great inspiration for the authors. The book is based on a comparative analysis of four Chanel advertisements and examines whether Chanel''s branding strategies have changed through the years and how. Furthermore, the book contains a discussion of possible changes in Chanel''s branding and accounts for which group of segmentation the Chanel customers belong to.
The book contains different approaches for bio-metric analysis of water. A sensor design is given for detecting E.Coli bacteria in water. This sensor is analyzed by preparing a analytical model for the capacitance sensed by the capacitor and a circuit for signal conditioning the output of the capacitive sensor. Detail designing procedure has been provided to Four different sensors and their applications.These four different sensors help in finding and optimizing the value of sensitivity.A finally concluded design is very useful with future enhancement in micro-mixer and fluid pumps.
Publication Date: 13 Mar 2012 The exhibition and its accompanying catalogue explore the abiding themes of still life across the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries: the fruit piece, the game piece, kitchen and banquet still lifes, the flower painting, musical instruments, the cabinet of curiosities, and the trompe-loeil. The diversity of artistic treatment of these themes in different countries will be shown through related works, such as the fruit still lifes of the female artists Louise Moillon and Fede Galizia or the kitchen scenes by Jean-Simeon Chardin and Luis Melendez. Other artists who cultivated this genre and who are also represented in the exhibition and in the catalogue include Juan Sanchez Cotan, Juan van der Hamen, Pieter Claesz, Juan Zurbaran, Rembrandt van Rijn, Antonio de Pereda, Nicolas Largillierre, Jean-Baptiste Oudry, Luis de Melendez and Francisco de Goya. The exhibition has been made possible due to the commitment of the many lending institutions, private collectors and museums, such as the National Gallery of Art in Washington, The Metropolitam Museum in New York, The Louvre Museum, The Prado Museum, The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, The Mauritshuis in The Hague, The National Gallery in London and the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, among so many others. This volume allows an insight into the theme, through the essays and the individual studies of all paintings, written by such scholars as Peter Cherry, John Loughman and Lesley Stevenson. Volume II, devoted to still-life painting in the 19th and 20th centuries, is due for publication in October 2011.