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  1. Huawei Watch 2 Smart Watch

    Huawei Watch 2 Smartwatch True style never compromises. With the Huawei Watch, classic Swiss design meets smart… more info

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    ![](//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0203/6038/files/David_M_8e444501-9b43-480f-996 8-07a1f7d1ad16_large.gif?4354125885058514706) Rare watch movements cufflink with movable knobs. An essential for the fashionable cufflink collector. Can be wound up to produce actual mechanical movement. Definitely an intriguing talking piece. Made with rhodium plated alloy, which does not tarnish or rust over time. No polishing required. All cufflinks come with complimentary giftboxes. More than 1000 designs available on www.thelittlelink.com. Established since 2011.

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  3. Art of David Jones - Book Free Shipping

    This book offers a concise and highly readable account of the visual art of David Jones (1895-1974). It challenges the simplistic view of Jones as an outsider or an eccentric, exploring his work instead in relation to the wider cultural and intellectual climate of his times. The authors focus on works of outstanding quality, including engravings from the 1920s, watercolours from 1926-32 and the most significant of Jones's later mythological drawings as well as his studies of trees and chalices and his unique painted inscriptions. Analysis of Jones's technical virtuosity in diverse media enlarges our understanding of his highly original visual language and the symbolism that sustains it. The book also explores the relation of Jones's art to his Christian faith and his understanding of place and history. Copiously illustrated, The Art of David Jones not only offers fresh insight into the career of a multi-talented British artist, but also adds to our understanding of the art and cultural history of Britain from the First World War through to the 1960s.

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  4. The Complete Guide to Finding the Mammals of Australia by David Andrew

    Australia has a rich and unique array of animals, including the largest diversity of marsupials on earth. The recent growth in ecotourism has increased the popularity of mammal-spotting, particularly whale and dolphin-watching, but also spotting of perennial tourist favorites such as koalas and kangaroos. For the first time ever, The Complete Guide to Finding the Mammals of Australia advises interested amateurs and professionals where to locate many of Australia's mammals. The book describes Australia's best mammal-watching sites state-by-state. It also includes a complete, annotated taxonomic list with hints on finding each species (or why it won't be easy to see); sections on travel and logistics in Australia; and appendices with hints on finding and photographing mammals.About the AuthorDavid Andrew has extensive experience in ecotourism and has written or co-written 13 books on travel, wildlife, and conservation, as well as articles for magazines and newspapers. He has also presented on television and radio. David is co-author of The Complete Guide to Finding the Birds of Australia.

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  5. AIATSIS Folded Map of Indigenous Australia by David Horton

    The highly popular AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia is now available in a compact, portable A3 size. Available flat or folded (packaged in a cellophane bag), it’s the perfect take-home product for tourists and anyone interested in the diversity of Australia’s first nations peoples. The handy desk size also makes it an ideal resource for individual student use. Using published resources available from 1988–994, the map attempts to represent the language or nation groups of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Australia. For tens of thousands of years, the First Australians have occupied this continent as many different nations with diverse cultural relationships linking them to their own particular lands. The ancestral creative beings left languages on country, along with the first peoples and their cultures. More than 200 distinct languages, and countless dialects of them, were in use when European colonisation began. While people in some communities continue to speak their own languages, many others are seeking to record and revive threatened ones. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples retain their connection to their traditional lands regardless of where they live.About the AuthorDr David Horton joined AIAS in 1977 as a paleo-ecologist . He was the editor-in-chief for the "Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia " and has also published numerous works on ecology and Indigenous Australia.

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  6. The Geology of Australia by David Johnson

    The Geology of Australia provides a vivid and informative account of the evolution of the Australian continent over the last 4400 million years. Starting with the Precambrian rocks that hold clues to the origins of life and the development of an oxygenated atmosphere, it goes on to cover the warm seas, volcanism and episodes of mountain building, which formed the eastern third of the Australian continent. This illuminating history details the breakup of the supercontinents Rodinia and Gondwana, the times of previous glaciations, the development of climates and landscapes in modern Australia, and the creation of the continental shelves and coastlines. Separate chapters cover the origin of the Great Barrier Reef, the basalts in Eastern Australia, and the geology of the Solar System. This second edition features two new chapters, covering the evolution of life on Earth while emphasising the fossil record in Australia, and providing a geological perspective on climate change. From Uluru to the Great Dividing Range, from earthquakes to dinosaurs, from sapphires to the stars The Geology of Australia is a comprehensive exploration of the timeless forces that have shaped this continent.

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  7. Sport Management in Australia by David Shilbury

    A comprehensive introduction to the knowledge base and skills required in contemporary sport management, fully updated and revised. Sport is one of Australia's major industries, as well as one of our most popular pastimes. From council playing fields to Olympic competition, sport is highly organised and structured.Sport Management in Australia provides a comprehensive overview of the organisation of sport in Australia. It outlines trends in participation, the role of government and private organisations, different models of delivering sporting services, and the benefits and drawbacks of increasing commercialisation. Fully revised and updated, this fifth edition includes coverage of a wider range of sporting events, deeper coverage of corporate sport organisations, and new material on both mass participation in sport and elite sport, and also on the contribution sport makes to society.Drawing on examples and comparisons from countries around the world, and with extended case studies, Sport Management in Australia is the indispensable starting point for anyone embarking on a career in sport management. About the Author Professor David Shilbury, Associate Professor Pamm Phillip, Dr Adam Karg and Dr Katie Rowe all lecture in sport management at Deakin Business School, Melbourne. David Shilbury is editor of the Journal of Sport Management and with Adam Karg is co-author of Strategic Sport Marketing.

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  8. 30 Days on Australia's Railways by David Burke

    An entertaining look at railway events in Australia in the month of September—from 1848, when a meeting was called to start a railway company in New South Wales, to 2013, when the great Bayer-Garrett AD6029 steam engine was restored to working order.Author David Burke has crafted a ‘diary’ which documents, day by day, major happenings to do with railways in Australia—from the days of steam, to diesel, to diesel-electric and electrification, covering the first trains that ran between New South Wales and Queensland, and to Melbourne. About the AuthorDavid Burke is a documentary filmmaker and former 60 MINUTES writer/producer who came to Paris in 1986 for what he thought would be a year, but turned into more than twenty. Besides Writers in Paris, he has written two editions of HarperCollinss Access Paris, a travel guide to Mediterranean France, and numerous articles for magazines and web sites. He and his wife, producer/director Joanne Burke, have also made seven documentaries over these years and are working on a eighth. He now divides his time between Paris and New York.

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  9. Dispute Resolution in Australia by David Spencer

    This third edition of Dispute Resolution in Australia: Cases, Commentary and Materials highlights the consolidation of the process of dispute management and resolution, particularly in the government sector. We are now seeing the full impact of government changes to the handling of civil disputation, with the establishment and fusing of specialist tribunals and commissions. The result of the creation of these extra-judicial bodies has been a reduction in some jurisdictions of matters proceeding to trial. The interesting side-effect of this development is the rise of dispute resolution processes within these specialist tribunals and commissions that seek resolution of disputes in order to avoid hearings.This new edition brings the law up-to-date and features:A new chapter on conflict coachingA re-written chapter on the key elements of arbitral procedures and the common law surrounding arbitral practice featuring the new Uniform Commercial Arbitration ActsA new chapter on dispute resolution and the criminal law systemA new chapter on dispute resolution and industrial relations.Dispute Resolution in Australia: Cases, Commentary and Materials, third edition, is an invaluable resource for both students and practitioners, providing practical guidance and analysis in this dynamic area of the law.

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  10. Aboriginal Australia Wall Folded Map by David Horton

    ASP's best-selling publication. An attractive educational tool which aims to represent all the language groups of Australia's Indigenous people. About the Author David Horton has had four successful professional careers as, in turn, biologist, archaeologist, publisher and farmer. He has worked in the field for over twenty-five years and has published widely in academic literature.

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  11. A3 AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia (small flat) by David Horton

    The highly popular AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia is now available in a compact, portable A3 size. Perfect for anyone interested in the diversity of Australia’s first nations peoples. Edited by David Horton the AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia is copyright AIATSIS.About the AuthorDr David Horton joined AIAS in 1977 as a paleo-ecologist . He was the editor-in-chief for the "Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia" and has also published numerous works on ecology and Indigenous Australia.

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  12. Great Railway Journeys in Australia & New Zealand by David Bowden

    A look at 35 trips that highlight some of the most interesting, scenic and rewarding railway journeys in Australia and New Zealand. They include the renowned long-distance journeys, such as The Indian Pacific in Australia that takes travellers on a three-day trip from Perth to Sydney or the The Northern Explorer in New Zealand’s North Island that stretches from Wellington to Auckland, as well as those that traverse stunning scenery, such as New Zealand’s TranzAlpine train or the Spirit of the Outback in Australia. There are also routes on which restored steam locomotives operate and other lines included for the wonder of their engineering. Trains are a great way to travel in these countries, taking you at ground level past superb scenery that often cannot be seen by any other means of transport. David Bowden’s entertaining text describes the route, the major features of interest along the way and any special technical details about the locomotive or the track.About the AuthorDavid Bowden is a freelance journalist based in Malaysia, specializing in travel and the environment. While Australian, he’s been living in Asia longer than he can remember, but returns frequently to his home country and has a particular enthusiasm for the revived railways there. He is the author of Enchanting Australia, Enchanting Bali & Lombok, Enchanting Borneo, Enchanting Indonesia, Enchanting Langkawi, Enchanting Malaysia, Enchanting Singapore and Enchanting Vietnam, all published by John Beaufoy Publishing.

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  13. Midnight Watch, The by David Dyer

    David Dyer's astonishing novel The Midnight Watch is based on the true story of the SS Californian, the ship that saw the Titanic's distress rockets and yet, unfathomably, did nothing. A psychological thriller. Sometimes the smallest of human failings can lead to the greatest of disasters. As the Titanic was sinking slowly in the wretchedly cold North Atlantic, she could see the lights of another ship on the horizon. She called for help by Morse lamp and the new Marconi telegraph machine, but there was no response. Just after midnight the Titanic began firing distress rockets. The other ship, the Californian, saw these rockets but didn't come. Why not?When the story of the disaster begins to emerge, it's a question that Boston American reporter John Steadman cannot let go. As soon as he lays eyes on the Californian's captain and second officer, he knows a story lurks behind their version of events. So begins his strange journey towards the truth. Haunted by the fifteen hundred who went to their deaths in those icy waters, and by the loss of his own baby son years earlier, Steadman must either find redemption in the Titanic's tragedy or lose himself. Based on true events, The Midnight Watch is at once a heart-stopping mystery and a deeply knowing novel – about the frailty of men, the strength of women, the capriciousness of fate and the price of loyalty.About the AuthorDavid Dyer grew up in a coastal town in NSW, Australia, and graduated as dux of his high school in 1984. After commencing a degree in medicine and surgery at the University of Sydney, he soon decided it was not for him.David went on to train as a ship's officer at the Australian Maritime College, travelling Australia and the world in a wide range of merchant ships. He graduated from the college with distinction and was awarded a number of prizes, including the Company of Master Mariners Award for highest overall achievement in the course. He then returned to the University of Sydney to complete a comb

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  14. Tom Jones - Live In Australia - Video Free Shipping

    Arguably one of the most successful vocalists of the modern age, Welsh sensation Tom Jones is a world-class performer, having recorded hit songs in almost every genre of popular music over the past 60 years from pop to rock, R&B to show tunes, country, dance, soul and gospel selling over 100 million records in the process. Winning the Grammy Award in 1966 for Best New Artist, Tom Jones toured Australia with The Squires. The Hilton Special was recorded live for television by GTV9 in Sydney. This rarely seen concert features a set list of classic hip-swinging hits including: 1. In the Midnight Hour 2. Memphis Tennessee 3. I Can't Stop Loving You 4. Chills and Fever 5. Long Tall Sally (variation) 6. I'm Gonna Shake it Off 7. What's New Pussycat? 8. Thunderball theme(from the James Bond Motion Picture) 9. It's Not Unusual10. What I Say (encore)

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  15. Australia's Argonauts by Peter Jones

    The story of the first cadet-midshipmen to join the Royal Australian Naval College is without parallel. In 1913 twenty-eight thirteen-year-old boys joined the new Navy at a time when Australia was both idealistic and ambitious. The boys were drawn from every State and became known as the 'Pioneer Class'. Australia's Argonauts is the result of many years' research. It brings together previously unpublished diaries, letters, archival material and photographs. The Pioneer Class bore witness to or were leading actors in the most important events in the Navy's early history. The most famous member was John Collins, hero of the Sydney-Bartolomeo Colleoni action, who became the first Naval College graduate to be Chief of Naval Staff. The class also included Rupert Long who played a pivotal role in Naval intelligence, Eric Feldt who ran the famous 'Coastwatchers' and Peyton Kimlin who wrote the score for one of Australia's first ballet. But like the Argonauts of legend, they faced travails that sometimes consumed them. The book charts the lives of the Pioneer Class from their first days at the Naval College, service with the Grand Fleet in World War I, naval and civilian careers between the wars, their great contribution during World War II and their passing into our history. The Pioneer Class were not only the first, but the greatest class to graduate from the Naval College.About the AuthorPeter Jones joined the Royal Australian Naval College as a 16 year old cadet midshipman. He served in the RAN for 40 years and retired as a vice admiral. His sea service included the command of the frigate HMAS Melbourne and later command of the multinational Maritime Interception Force during the 2003 Iraq War for which he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross and the US Legion of Merit. Peter is an Adjunct Professor and a member of the Naval Studies Group at the University of the New South Wales campus at the Australian Defence Force Academy. He is also President of the Australia

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  16. Whale Watching in Australia and New Zealand Waters - Book Free Shipping

    Whale watching in Australia and New Zealand has become a passion for many people in recent years. Both are home to numerous species of whales and dolphins. There are now established whale-watching tour operators in many coastal towns making it much easier to observe these magnificent animals in their natural habitat. This definitive easy-to-follow guide is for all adventurous holiday-makers, amateur naturalists and students who want to take a closer and well-informed look at these fascinating mammals. It includes: the ecology and behaviour of whales and dolphins; interesting insights into whaling history, conservation and research; identification notes, accompanied by detailed colour illustrations and locator maps for each species; a comprehensive guide to sites, highlighting the best places to see whales; a listing of whale-watching operators, and much more.

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  17. Contemporary Photographers - Australia - David Moore

    David Moore’s cultural contribution to Australia’s photographic heritage has been included in this updated edition with many new photographs and a recent interview in which he looked back on a life in photography spanning nearly 60 years. He is undoubtedly one of Australia’s most respected and accomplished photographers.

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  18. Galloping Jones - And Other True Stories from Australia's History

    Based on the popular weekly Stories of Oz history posts, these sketches of Australia’s past will inform, entertain, and above all, remind you what life was like in the days before highways and smart phones.

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    Watch Dogs 2 by David Hodgson Only from Mighty Ape

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    David Jones in the Great War by Thomas Dilworth

    Free Delivery Worldwide : David Jones in the Great War : Hardback : Enitharmon Press : 9781907587245 : 1907587241 : 15 Feb 2013 : The great modernist artist and poet David Jones grew up in Brockley, London. He finished art school in the summer of 1913, ready to pursue a career as an artist. But then Britain declared war on Germany, and Jones joined the army. He was sent to France in 1915, serving in the same regiment as Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen; unlike them, however, he was a private, a rank he kept throughout the war. He fought in and survived the Somme, Ypres, and Passchendaele, experiencing the war of the common soldier - the camaraderie, the humor, the grief, and above all the senseless, mechanized brutality - all under the stress of years of relentless artillery fire. As Professor Dilworth makes the background of these writings clearer and more comprehensible he confirms the power, depth, and relevance of the work as a whole.--W.S. Merwin.

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