The Property Professor’s Top Australian Suburbs is a handy guide for first time investors and homebuyers. 'Property Professor' Peter Koulizos takes readers through 107 Australian suburbs that offer the best return on investment. The book provides detailed statistical data in the suburb profile including information on demographic, average incomes and what plans local and federal government has for improving the area over the next 20 years. Focuses on suburbs that are currently undervalued Lists which streets within the suburbs will help investors and buyers reap the largest rewards Features the top 20 suburbs from Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Queensland, the top 2 suburbs in Canberra and Darwin and the top 3 suburbs in Hobart Easy to use portable format with side tabs
Documentary and art historical photostory. By historical reconstruction covers drama events of the past: release of the northwest lands of Russia from the Swedish occupation (1703) also describes search of gold treasury of the Swedish general Abraham Kroniort near the northern suburb of St. Petersburg – Sestroretsk. Based on the real facts, with a set of color photos (more than 60), the story opens as well history of the city of Sestroretsk – from the birth and up to now.
Iron Curtains has been awarded Honorable Mention for the 2013 ASEEES Harvard Davis Center Book Prize! The prize is sponsored by Harvard University’s Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies and is awarded annually by the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, for an outstanding monograph published on Russia, Eurasia, or Eastern Europe in anthropology, political science, sociology, or geography. Utilizing research conducted primarily with residents of Sofia, Bulgaria, Iron Curtains: Gates, Suburbs, and Privatization of Space in the Post-socialist City explores the human dimension of new city-building that has emerged in East Europe. Features original data, illustrations, and theory on the process of privatization of resources in societies undergoing fundamental socio-economic transformations, such as those in Eastern Europe Represents the sole in-depth monograph on contemporary urbanism in Southeast Europe Makes a broader statement on issues of urbanism in Europe and other parts of the world while highlighting the complex connections between cultures and cities
Bonus DVD: Bratze - Hightowers Herz, D.U.T.T. Royal Clickclickdecker - Der Ganze Halbe Liter, Wer Hat Mir Auf Die Schuhe Gekotzt, Immerhin Beabsichtigt, Handedruck Am Wendepunkt, Dialog Mit Dem Tolpel Der Tante Renate - Black, 666 Deluxe , Raumschiffkommandant Egotronic - Lustprinzip, Es Muss Stets Hell Fuer Gottes Auge Sein, Raven Gegen Deutschland Frittenbude - Mindestens In 1000 Jahren, Ochsentour 2009 (Live) Juri Gagarin - Presidator Miki Mikron - Irgendwo Nur Nicht Hier Olli Schulz Und Der Hund Marie - Kaiserwetter Plemo - Nitzpipp, Flashlight, Exzess Express, I Sexi, Kommunizieren Saalschutz - Richtige Djs The Dance Inc - Matador, Don’t Run To The Suburbs Picture Format: PAL 16x9 Format: DVD-5Time: 112 mins. Color Mode: Color Region Code: 0 (All)Language And Audio Content: English / PCM Stereo Subtitles: No
A Companion to American Environmental History gathers together a comprehensive collection of over 30 essays that examine the evolving and diverse field of American environmental history. Provides a complete historiography of American environmental history Brings the field up-to-date to reflect the latest trends and encourages new directions for the field Includes the work of path-breaking environmental historians, from the founders of the field, to contributions from innovative young scholars Takes stock of the discipline through five topically themed parts, with essays ranging from American Indian Environmental Relations to Cities and Suburbs
Emily Charlton does not do the suburbs. A successful stylist and image consultant to Hollywood stars, she cut her teeth as assistant to legendary fashion editor Miranda Priestly in New York. But with Snapchatting millennials stealing her clients, Emily needs to get back in the game – and fast.She holes up at the home of her oldest friend Miriam in the upscale suburb of Greenwich. And when Miriam’s friend, model Karolina Hartwell, is publicly dumped by her husband Graham, a senator with presidential ambitions, Emily scents the client of a lifetime.It’s not just Karolina’s reputation that’s ruined. It’s her family. And Miriam and Emily are determined he won’t get away with it. First they’ll get Karolina’s son back. Then they’ll help her get her own back. Because the wives are mad as hell . . .Издатель: HarperCollins.
The guide-book «Moscow in pocket» is published specially for those, who are going to visit Moscow. The aim of this book is to make the stay in Moscow easier and more interesting. On the pages of the guide-book all the necessary information concerning the preparation for the trip is included. In the book there is information about: hotels and places for accommodation, hotels reservation; information about the city's transport, shops and restaurants; places of interest, museums, all kinds of excursions (the information about the prices and opening hours is included); theatres, nightclubs etc. One of the chapters is devoted to the suburbs of Moscow. There is the plan of the city's metro in the book.
Blu-ray 1: The Reflektor TapesBlu-ray 2: Live At Earl's Court01. Flashbulb Eyes 02. Neighborhood#3 (Power Out) 03. Rebellion (Lies) 04. Joan Of Arc 05. Rococo 06. The Suburbs07. Ready To Start 08. Neighborhood#1 (Tunnels) 09. Neighborhood#2 (Laika) 10. No Cars Go 11. Haiti 12. We Exist 13. My Body Is A Cage 14. Afterlife 15. It's Never Over (Oh Orpheus) 16. Sprawl Ii 17. Normal Person 18. Here Comes The Night Time 19. Wake Up Director's Cut: 01. Flashbulb Eyes 02. Here Comes The Night Time 03. Reflektor 04. Sprawl 05. The Suburbs
Change Is Everybody's Business challenges readers to realize the power they have to make things happen-to support, stymie, or redirect change. Pat McLagan draws on her thirty years of experience consulting on change projects worldwide to outline the beliefs, character traits, and actions that will enable anyone to welcome change and take advantage of it rather than fear and resist it. Taking a conversational approach to a serious subject, she uses stories, examples, and illustrations to drive home the message that everybody in an organization has the power to make changes for the better. And she includes questionnaires throughout the book that enable readers to evaluate how ready they are to make the most of change. Change is happening all around us, both planned and unplanned. How we react to change determines personal success and self-esteem, and ultimately the success of the entire organization. Change Is Everybody's Business will show readers precisely what they need to know to become more conscious participants in determining their own destiny at work-and in life.
Julia Gooden remembers nothing about the worst night of her life. Thirty years ago, her nine-year-old brother Ben--the person who promised he would always protect her--was abducted from the room they shared. Try as she might to recall any clue or detail, there is a black hole where Julia's memories of that terrible event should be.Now a crime reporter at a Detroit newspaper, Julia tries to give others the closure she's never found. But guilt and grief over Ben's disappearance have left her fearful that whoever took her brother is going to come back. Nowhere seems safe--not the city, not the suburbs, not even the secluded lake town where she plans to raise her children. And then, on the anniversary of Ben's disappearance, Julia's worst fears are realized when her two-year-old son, Will, is snatched from his bed.Convinced that the crimes are related, Julia tries to piece together memories from her final day with Ben. Are the sudden reminders of her brother clues that will lead her to her son's abductor, or merely coincidence? Julia knows she has hours at best to find Will alive, but the deeper she digs, the more personal and terrifying the battle becomes, and an undying promise may be her only hope of saving herself and her son.
This sumptuous visual history explores London as depicted by artists over the last few hundred years. Although the first city of London was established in the Roman period, the story of London in art really begins in the 17th century, with the rise of the panoramic city view as a painting genre, and continues to this day.Organized around eight areas or districts, the chapters move roughly from west to east across London, as does the River Thames, which acts as the city's spine. Within each area, works of art are grouped around specific locations or monuments, providing a glimpse of the city's changing and unchanging topography through the ages.Despite London's tumultuous history - the rise and fall of Empire, attacks from above in two world wars, relentless expansion into the surrounding villages and suburbs - it nevertheless becomes clear that many of the city's landmarks remain surprisingly constant.
The term ‘collateral damage' has recently been added to the vocabulary of military forces to refer to the unintended consequences of armed interventions, consequences that are unplanned but nevertheless damaging and often very costly in human and personal terms. But collateral damage is not unique to the world of armed intervention – it is also one of the most salient and striking dimensions of contemporary social inequality. The inflammable mixture of growing social inequality and the rising volume of human suffering marginalized as ‘collateral' is becoming one of most cataclysmic problems of our time. For the political class, poverty is commonly seen as a problem of law and order – a matter of how to deal with individuals, such as unemployed youths, who fall foul of the law. But treating poverty as a criminal problem obscures the social roots of inequality, which lie in the combination of a consumerist life philosophy propagated and instilled by a consumer-oriented economy, on the one hand, and the rapid shrinking of life chances available to the poor, on the other. In our contemporary, liquid-modern world, the poor are the collateral damage of a profit-driven, consumer-oriented society – ‘aliens inside' who are deprived of the rights enjoyed by other members of the social order. In this new book Zygmunt Bauman – one of the most original and influential social thinkers of our time – examines the selective affinity between the growth of social inequality and the rise in the volume of ‘collateral damage' and considers its implications and its costs.