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Kenzo Flower in the Air (L) 100ml EDP SP The fragrance is a modern and light floral. The top notes include fresh… more info
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In 1859, Bernhard Riemann, a little-known thirty-two year old mathematician, made a hypothesis while presenting a paper… more info
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Modular forms are tremendously important in various areas of mathematics, from number theory and algebraic geometry to… more info
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The coroner's report identifies the body as young, black, female, and impossibly anonymous. Yet one thing is clear to… more info
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A fresh twist on the wedding party gift book, "The Most Special Flower Girl" offers a sweet story and beautiful color… more info
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Now available in paperback is Nancy Cobb's heartfelt and deeply inspirational exploration of her experience of loss… more info
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Up in the attic there are four secrets hidden. Blond, beautiful, innocent little secrets, struggling to stay alive... … more info
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Flowers in the World's Most Beautiful Garden's puts the spotlight on the star of the garden; the flower. Tracing the… more info
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"Way upstairs there are four secrets hidden.""Blond, beautiful, innocent little secrets, struggling to stay… more info
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Some of the world's most striking works of art are inspired by botanicals and flowers, and the NGV's collection boasts… more info
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The Bach Remedies Workbook is a complete self-contained guide in the selection and use of the Bach Flower Remedies.… more info
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"Duncan Jepson magically inhabits the life of a young Chinese woman in 1930s Shanghai...I thoroughly enjoyed this… more info
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Moniek Vanden Berghe's colourful bouquets have grown into a standard of excellence and innovation in the field of… more info
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Floral still lifes are among the most popular paintings at the Mauritshuis. The museum has a fine collection of painted… more info
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In engaging prose and hundreds of gorgeous color photographs, Sally Page records a year at a small Dorset flower shop.… more info
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Kirsty Swanson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Victoria Tennant (LA Story) and Academy Award winner Louise Fletcher (One… more info
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Based on the best-selling book by V.C. Andrews, the Lifetime Original Movie, FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC, is a gothic story of… more info
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This garden of body art grows even more beautiful when the lights are out. Six budding beauties include luminous images… more info
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This is the Extroardinary Novel That Has Captured Millions in Its SpellAll across America and around the world,… more info
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