"An engaging mystery novel with a literary angle that will make comparisons to A.S.
Byatt and P.D.
James" ("Washington Post Book World"), "Hand in Glove" is steeped in history, atmosphere, and intrigue. In her seaside cottage, Beatrix Abberley bravely confronts an intruder moments before her life is brutally taken.
The crime stuns the elderly spinster' s family-- especially Beatrix' s niece, Charlotte Ladram. But Charlotte has little time to mourn the loss of her beloved aunt and little patience when police quickly arrest a man Charlotte believes is innocent.
For Charlotte, a harrowing quest for answers begins-- one that will take her into the shadows of the past..
. and into the life and secrets of the dead woman' s brother, famed poet and casualty of the Spanish Civil War, Tristram Abberley.
Now, amid shattering revelations about her family, and in the aftermath of a second savage crime, Charlotte finds herself at the center of a widening storm. And for Charlotte, something extraordinary is beginning to happen.
As fifty years of secrets begin to unravel, shy, cautious Charlotte is coming alive in the shadow of a mystery-- uncovering a shocking tale of wartime greed and treachery, and a vendetta of violence seemingly without end..
About the Author : Robert Goddard has contributed to Hand in Glove as an author. ROBERT GODDARD was born in Hampshire and read History at Cambridge.
His first novel, Past Caring, was an instant bestseller. Since then his books have captivated readers worldwide with their edge-of-the-seat pace and their labyrinthine plotting.
His first Harry Barnett novel, Into the Blue, was winner of the first WHSmith Thumping Good Read Award and was dramatized for TV(less)
With the fortunes he has earned from sponsorship and transfer deals, he personified football, both as popular sport and big business(less)
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2. Physical environment.
3. Human activities and environment.
4. Environmental pollution.
5. Waste management.
6. Sustainable development.
7. Natural resource management.
8. Environmental issues.
"The author of this book explains the issues of ecology and environment in a way that is friendly to teachers and learners both. It discusses the topics of ecology and ecosystems, environment and pollution, human activities and environment, waste management, sustainable development, natural resources management and concurrent issues such as global warning, ozone depletion, desertification of land, acid rain, afforestation and eco-development, environmental ethics and our rich environmental traditions.
The ultimate objective of this book is to impart ecological environmental status of the country with knowledge of corrective measures to the upcoming generation of our country with a view to establish environmentalism and to prepare environmentalists. The author, inspired by the SCI, showed his gratitude to Hon'ble Supreme Court of India for taking the issue of(less)
Abhinayadarpanam. Introduction to the book.
How to use the book, the audio CD and DVD. Example of illustrations of the chapters.
Guide to phonetic system. Single hand gestures: Asamyutha hastha.
Illustration single hand gestures: 1. Pathaaka hasthah.
2. Thripathaaka hasthah.
3. Ardhapathaaka hasthah.
4. Kartharimukha hasthah.
5. Mayoora hasthah.
6. Ardhachandhra hasthah.
7. Araala hasthah.
8. Shukathunda hasthah.
9. Mushti hasthah.
10. Shikhara hasthah.
11. Kapiththa hasthah.
12. Katakaamukha hasthah.
13. Soochi hasthah.
14. Chandrakala hasthah.
15. Padhmakosha hasthah.
16. Sarpasheersha hasthah.
17. Mrigasheersha hasthah.
18. Simhamukha hasthah.
19. Kaangula hasthah.
20. Alapadhma hasthah.
21. Chathura hasthah.
22. Bhramara hasthah.
23. Hamsaasya hasthah.
24. Hamsapaksha hasthah.
25. Sandhamsha hasthah.
26. Mukula hasthah.
27. Thaamrachooda hasthah.
28. Thrishoola hasthah.
Double hand gestures: Double hand gestures (Samyutha Hastha): Illustration double hand gestures: 1. Anjali hasthah.
2. Kapotha hasthah.
3. Karkata hasthah.
4. Svasthika hasthah.
5. Dolaa hasthah.
6. Pushpaputah hasthah.
7. Uthsanga hasthah.
Introduction. Part I.
Class Mammalia: 1. Family Simiidae.
2. Family Cercopithecidae.
3. Family Cebidae.
4. Family Hapalidae.
5. Family Lemuridae.
6. Family Felidae.
7. Family Viverridae.
8. Family Hyaenidae.
9. Family Canidae.
10. Family Mustelidae.
11. Family Procyonidae.
12. Family Aeluridae.
13. Family Ursidae.
14. Family Tupaiidae.
15. Family Erinaceidae.
16. Family Soricidae.
17. Family Pteropodidae.
18. Family Sciuridae.
19. Family Myoxidae.
20. Family Muridae.
21. Family Spalacidae.
22. Family Octodontidae.
23. Family Hystricidae.
24. Family Chinchillidae.
25. Family Dasyproctidae.
26. Family Leporidae.
27. Family Elephantidae.
28. Family Rhinocerotidae.
29. Family Tapiridae.
30. Family Equidae.
31. Family Bovidae.
32. Family Giraffidae.
33. Family Cervidae.
34. Family Tragulidae.
35. Family Camelidae.
36. Family Hippopotamidae.
37. Family Suidae.
38. Family Bradypodidae.
39. Family Myrmecophagidae.
40. Family Dasypodidae.
41. Family Manidae.
42. Family Didelphyidae.
43. Family Dasyuridae.
44. Family Phascolomyidae.
45. Family Phalangistidae.
46. Family Macropodidae.
Part II. Class Aves: 47.
Family Corvidae. 48.
Culturable fish: 1. Desirable characteristics in a cultured organism.
2. Fresh water fishes.
3. Salt water fishes.
4. Exotic fishes.
5. Major carps.
III. Fish breeding: 1.
Type of breeding. 2.
Fish seed collection from natural resources. 3.
Construction of fish seed farm. 4.
Fish seed production by induced breeding. 5.
Rearing of spawn. 7.
Assessment of quantity. 8.
Size for stocking and harvesting. 9.
Quality of fish seed. 10.
Transport of fish seed. IV.
Management of fish pond: 1. Introduction.
2. Aquatic plants and their control.
3. Fish enemies and their control.
4. Fish diseases and their control.
5. Manuring of ponds.
6. Food and feeding of culturable fishes.
7. Nourshing capacity of ponds.
8. Fish upkeep and maintenance of ponds.
V. Economics of fish culture and integrated fish farming: 1.
Economics of composite fish culture. 2.
Fish-cum-paddy culture. 3.
Fish-cum-poultry farming. 4.
Fish-cum-duck farming. 5.
Precedents for Mughal Architecture. 2.
The Beginning. 3.
Architecture in Humayun’s Reign. 4.
Akbar Period Architecture. 5.
Jahangir: An Age of Transition. 6.
Shah Jahan and the Crystallization of Mughal Style. 7.
Aurangzeb and the Islamization of the Mughal Style. 8.
Architecture and the Struggle for Authority Under the Later Mughals and their Successor States. Bibliography.
Index. Babur, the first mughal emperor, was a descendant of the Turkish conqueror Timur on his father’s side and of the Mongol (in Pakistan, mughal) conqueror Genghis Khan on his mother’s side.
The Islamic dynasty is a line of Muslim emperors who reigned in India from 1526 to 1858. from 1526, when Babur defeated Sultan Ibrahim Lodi, the ruler of Delhi and established himself in neighbouring Agra, until 1638, when his great-great-grandson Shah Jahan built a new capital city in Delhi again, Agra was a repository for all the wealth and talent of one of the(less)
Production and management of medical plants on farms. 2.
Safed Musli. 22.
Shelf-life of selected medicinal plants. 27.
Aniseed oil. 30.
Bellary Leaf. 32.
Black Pepper. 33.
Dillseed Oil. 43.
Marigold-Tagetes Oil. 51.
Mint Oil. 53.
Nagar Mutha. 54.
Sandal Wood. 57.
Ylang Ylang. 60.
Water-based industrial type adhesives: 1. Home construction and related adhesives.
2. Fabric adhesives.
3. Film adhesives.
4. Flocking adhesives.
5. Foam adhesives.
6. General purpose adhesives.
7. Industrial adhesives.
II. Water-based paper and packaging adhesives: 8.
Bag seam and bottom paste adhesives. 9.
Solid fiber, fiberboard and corrugated board adhesives. 10.
Packaging adhesives. 11.
Paper cone and paper tube adhesives. 12.
Paper-to-paper or other substrate adhesives. III.
Water-based coatings and saturants for concrete, fabrics, fibers and plastics: 13. General purpose coatings.
14. Industrial coatings.
15. Paper, paperboard and corrugated board coatings.
IV. Hot melt adhesives: 16.
General purpose adhesive. 17.
Industrial type adhesives. 18.
Labelling adhesive. 19.
Paper and packaging type adhesives. 20.
Pressure sensitive adhesives. V.
Hot melt coatings: 21. Industrial type coatings.
22. Paper and packaging type coatings.
VI. Miscellaneous adhesives and coatings: 23.
Epoxy adhesives. 24.
Oil-based adhesives. 25.
Plastisol adhesives and coatings. 26.
Resin emulsions for further compounding(less)
Discusses all vegetable drugs that come under Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (B.A.
Ayurvedacharya) and Doctor of Medicine (Ayurveda) (M.D.
(Ay) (Ayurveda Vachaspathi)) syllabus prescribed by Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) and important Ayurvedic formulations commercially manufactured by Ayurvedic pharmaceuticals. The different Malayalam names popular in various parts of Kerala ensure the identification of these drugs by the traditional Vaidyas and drug sellers.
The Tamil names facilitate the detection of drugs used in Siddha System of Medicine. In fact the Botanical nomenclature, vernacular names and other(less)
2. Early history origin of Jaffna, Tamil Kings, Portuguese days, Dutch rule, British regime.
3. Races and creeds Tamils, Naddukoddai Chetties, Moors, other races, religions.
4. Tamil language and literature general, Jaffna poets, prose writers.
5. Education colleges, boarding schools for girls, convents, industrial schools.
6. Journalism newspapers, magazines.
7. Agriculture wells, rice, dry grains, vegetables, breadfruit, jak fruit, grape vine, ground-nut, pine apple, pomegranates, mangoes, tobacco, cocoanut, Palmyrah, tamarind, Margosa, Suria, Iluppai.
8. Industries and occupations machinery, dyeing, oil mills, weaving, cigar-making, basket and mat making, goldsmith occupations.
9. Things of interest ruins, curiosities, buildings etc.
of interest. 10.
Principal roads with their distances, noting places of interest Jaffna to (1) Elephant Pass, (2) Point Pedro, (3) Kangasenturai, (4) Kaits, (5) Punnalai via Manipay, (6) Kodigamam to Point Pedro, (7) Point Pedro to Punnalai. 11.
Towns and villages. 12.
Public institutions and offices post and(less)
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