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  1. In Downtown, Pete Hamill leads us on an unforgettable journey through the city he loves, from the island's southern tip to Times Square, combining a moving memoir of his days and nights in New York with a passionate history of its most enduring places and people.

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  2. Until the late 1970s, Downtown Los Angeles was simply a relic to treasure, a symbol of suburban progress by its own demise. As businesses moved out of what was once the heart of the city, many Downtown buildings suffered the swing of the wrecking ball.But suddenly, up stepped the conservators of history, the people who cared that their city had a vivid past — and magnificent buildings were saved. Now, through the lens of master photographer/historian Tom Zimmerman we see scores of reasons why. We see the stories the buildings tell, up close, and, yes, very personally.In Downtown in Detail, Zimmerman finds the unique vantage points from which to capture architectural details that are the highlights of buildings, the ones that are often undiscovered. He finds the sculptures, tiles, clock towers, gargoyles and bas-relief panels that historic architects used to define an era.

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  3. Item: Tow ball with spring washer & nut 5000lb load rating Tow ball diameter 50mm Shank diameter 22mm Shank length 55mm Suit: Any towbar with a 22mm hole for tow ball Condition: New replacement Shipping: Free Standard Australia Post with tracking & signature with all tracking information sent to your email address. Same day despatch if ordered and paid for before 9:30am. Returns: Returns accepted within 30 days as long as item is still in original box and new condition. We do not pay any return freight and refund will be given back through Paypal minus cost of the original postage charge.

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  4. nbsp; nbsp; Features nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; Streamline operations with utmost ease Large, easy-to-view multi-line LCD operator display with tilt mechanism Built-in SD Card slot for easy sales data transfer to PC and program backup Guided programming for easy set-up and Help key for operating instructions Electronic Journal stores transaction data in memory to save paper Quick Thermal Printer with graphic logo printing 99 departments and up to 2,000 articles each with 16-character text Large multi-line LCD for user-friendly operation The clear, backlit, 5 or 8 line *, 160 x 64 dot LCD operator display featured on the XE-A207B provides high visibility. It can display up to 20 alphanumeric characters, allowing clerks to view items, prices, and other information even in low-light environments. For better viewing, the operator display can be tilted anywhere from 25 ordm; to 70 ordm;. The XE-A207B also features a pop-up, rotating, 7-digit LED customer display, which can be adjusted to an easy-to-read angle, ensuring customer confidence. * Five lines for sales registration, eight lines for reporting/programming Data backup with SD Card slot The XE-A207B is equipped with a SD card slot. SD cards (4Gb to 32Gb) can be used to back up various kinds of data, including daily sales and Electronic Journal data. Data (CSV file type) can be saved to an SD memory card then managed on a computer via Excel or other spreadsheet applications. Also various settings can be configured easily by using an SD card. Parameters such as the store name and logo, department names, product names, sales tax rate and others can all be configured on a computer and imported into the machine quickly and easily with an SD card. nbsp; Note: SD cards are not included. Software for importing PC-configured data into the XE-A207B can be provided via your Sharp authorized installing dealer. Electronic Journal The XE-A207B features an Electronic Journal function that can store up t

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  5. nbsp; Features XE-A147-BK / XE-A147-WH : Easy efficiency at your fingertips Bright, easy-to-read LED display Built-in SD card slot for easy data transfer and program backup Electronic Journal for convenient storage of transaction data Compact, low-profile design Thermal printer with graphic logo printing Easy setup and operation Compact design with built-in convenience A compact, low-profile design makes the XE-A147-BK and XE-A147-WH a real countertop space saver. The front locking cash drawer features three banknote compartments and a removable six-compartment coin tray. A slot accessible from the outside of the drawer provides a quick, safe way to put large banknotes and cheques into an under-tray storage area. Thermal printer with graphics logo printing The built-in thermal printer prints out sales receipts on 58-mm-wide paper. The graphics logo capability of the XE-A147 series allows for printing of proper tax receipts. The drop-in paper loading mechanism lets you change paper rolls quickly and easily . Data Backup via SD Card slot nbsp;The XE-A147WH / XE-A147BK is equipped with an SD card slot. SD memory cards of 4Gb to 32GB can be used to back-up various kinds of data, including daily sales and electronic journal. A variety of settings ndash; store name and logo, department names, product names, sales tax rate and more ndash; can all be configured on a computer and imported into the XE-A147-WH and XE-A147-BK quickly and easily via an SD card. Convenient Battery Operation nbsp;For no-fuss operation during power failures or at venues without easy access to an electricity, the XE-A147-WH and XE-A147-BK can run for eight hours* on an optional rechargeable battery (Model name XE-A1BT) Conditions: 70 transactions / day, 4 items/sale, 19-line printing/transaction, new battery, fully-charged, operating temperature 25 #730;C nbsp; Other features: nbsp;Electronic Journal of up to 3,000 lines of transaction data Fast and accurate price entry using the 200 PLUs (price loo

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  6. Leg Straps for easy attachment to the Superior Pet Goods Raised Dog Bed Waterproof inner liner protects foam and allows it to be washed. Durable material for indoor and outdoor use Available in 5 different sizes, one is sure to fit your pet!

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  7. Leg Straps for easy attachment to the Superior Pet Goods Raised Dog Bed Waterproof inner liner protects foam and allows it to be washed. Durable material for indoor and outdoor use 72 x 55cm

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  8. Vinyl Gloves - Clear Powder Free - Regular Duty Gloves Latex Free, DOP & DEHP Free, Ambidextrous Designed for short-term use, vinyl gloves offer a cost-effective alternative to latex while providing an effective temporary barrier against biological contaminants. Features Examination gloves Excellent strength Ambidextrous Latex Free Comfortable beaded cuff Optional Lightly Powdered finish for eas of donning (Cornstarch powder used is free of GE material) Blue Vinyl gloves provide easy indentification in food production HACCP Certified Technical data sheets available   CodeDescriptionSize/ColourQuantity per InnerQuantity per CartonInners per Carton  BNG3882 Vinyl Gloves - Powder Free - Clear - Small Small 100 1000 10 BNG3883 Vinyl Gloves - Powder Free - Clear - Medium Medium 100 1000 10 BNG3884 Vinyl Gloves - Powder Free - Clear - Large Large 100 1000 10 BNG3885 Vinyl Gloves - Powder Free - Clear -  X-Large X-Large 100 1000 10 Certifications

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  9. Duty Free Series 1 DVD from DVDLand. Out-of-work draughtsman David Pearce recklessly spends his redundancy money on a Spanish holiday of a lifetime with his wife Amy. But upon meeting the starry-eyed flirtatious Linda Cochran who is on holiday with her stiff-upper-lip husband Robert Amy soon suspects her easily-lead husband is on the brink of having a holiday romance. It's far from a sun-drenched holiday as Amy attempts to save her marriage & keep Linda at bay.

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  10. Polish Downtown is Chicago's oldest Polish settlement and was the capital of American Polonia from the 1870s through the first half of the 20th century. Nearly all Polish undertakings of any consequence in the U.S. during that time either started or were directed from this part of Chicago's near northwest side. This book illustrates the first 75 years of this influential Polish neighborhood. Featured are some of the most beautiful churches in Chicago-St. Stanislaus Kostka, Holy Trinity, and St. John Cantius-stunning examples of Renaissance and Baroque Revival architecture that form part of the largest concentration of Polish parishes in Chicago. The headquarters for almost every major Polish organization in America were clustered within blocks of each other, and four Polish-language daily newspapers were published here. The heart of the photographic collection in this book is from the extensive library and archives of the Polish Museum of America, still located in the neighborhood.

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  11. Settled in 1630 by English Puritans seeking religious freedom, Boston has always been a city prone to significant and monumental change. Even before it was incorporated as Boston, named after the town of Boston in Lincolnshire, England, the town's name was changed from Shawmut. From that time, Boston has evolved from being the original center of town government at the Old State House to becoming the financial center of New England in the twentieth century.Downtown Boston captures many of Boston's intriguing changes with photographs of the past and present. Since the advent of photography one hundred and fifty years ago, Boston has seen many topographical changes, such as the infilling that created new land in the Dock Square and Long Wharf areas and the rebuilding of the Financial District with magnificent structures that have become a representation of Boston's banking and investment endeavors. At the height of commercial success, the Great Boston Fire of 1872 brought mass devastation-forty acres of the business area were destroyed and downtown Boston had to be rebuilt. Downtown Boston magnificently portrays Boston's rebuilding and rise as a historically beautiful city.

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  12. Robert and Cortney Novogratz, starts of the hit Bravo series 9 BY DESIGN, have been renovating and designing unique and hip homes for families for over ten years. Describing their signature style as a sophisticated but bohemian mix of high and low, new and old, they offer their realistic advice on how to create original, warm interiors with ease. One part practical guide, one part inspirational volume on creating a look for the home, the book pairs humorous anecdotes about the pitfalls and pleasures of renovation with a treasure trove of decorating tips: how to use both boutique and flea-market finds; how to inject lots of personality into a room affordably; how to decorate kids' rooms so they appeal to children and adults; how to easily rehabilitate outdated furnishings; and many more. In each of the ten projects featured–which include a townhouse in New York City, a country house in Massachusetts, and a beach house in Brazil–before and after shots document the agony and ecstasy of any renovation project, as well as revealing the design duo's vision and remarkable ability to see through the most awful of spaces to the amazing home that lies within.

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  13. Jeff Speck has spent his career determining what makes a city work, and he has boiled it down to one essential factor: walkability. For urban life to thrive, cities must prioritize pedestrians over cars. Six-lane highways tearing through downtown must give way to crossable streets, massive parking lots must give way to pedestrian plazas, architecture designed to be appreciated from afar must give way to welcoming buildings. Making all of this happen is relatively easy and cheap; seeing what needs to be done is the trick. Speck can show us the invisible workings underneath the city, how simple decisions have cascading effects, and how we can make the right decisions for our cities.Cities have been recognized as the key to sustainable living. But New York, San Francisco, Chicago, D.C.—these are not the next great American cities, and they are not where the future of urban life will be formed. Most Americans live in midsize cities— Lowell, Massachusetts; Tacoma, Washington; Grand Rapids, Michigan—that need downtowns that are vibrant and appealing; they need to feel like the urban hubs that they are. They need walkability.Bursting with sharp observations and real-world examples, giving key insight to what urban planners actually do and how cities can and do change, "Walkable City" lays out a practical, necessary, and eminently achievable vision of how to make our American cities work.

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  14. Three of the most inventive young restaurateurs in New York's vibrant East and West Villages present 100 contemporary Italian-inspired cocktails, antipasti, pastas, main courses and desserts made approachable for the home cook. Amid the cobblestoned streets and picturesque brownstones of New York's charming West Village, three dynamic young restaurateurs are creating some of the most inventive and delicious Italian-inspired cuisine in a city world-famous for its Italian food. Now the drinks and dishes that have inspired fanatical loyalty among customers of dell'anima, L'Artusi, L'Apicio and Anfora including Charred Octopus with Chicories, Impromptu Tiramisu, and a sparking Roasted Orange Negroni Sbagliato are accessible to home cooks in the first cookbook from executive chef Gabriel Thompson, pastry chef Katherine Thompson, and beverage director Joe Campanale. Gabe Thompson's antipasti, pastas, main courses, and side dishes emphasize simplicity and deep flavor, using the freshest ingredients, creative seasonings, and the occasional unexpected twist—in such dishes as Sweet Corn Mezzaluna and Chicken al Diavolo. Katherine Thompson's desserts are both inspired and downright homey, running the gamut from a simple and sinful Bittersweet Chocolate Budino to the to-die-for Espresso-Rum Almond Cake with Caramel Sauce, Sea Salt Gelato, and Almond Brittle. And all are paired with thoughtfully chosen wines and ingenious Italian-inspired cocktails Blame it on the Aperol, anyone? by Joe Campanale, one of the most knowledgeable young sommeliers in New York City."

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  15. The illuminating, shocking, humorous diary that tells all about the sex, the frugs and the atmosphere of New York in the late '60s and early '70s. A supremely entertaining book that will expand the legion of Carroll's fans.

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  16. Somewhere in North Dakota, there is a town called Owl that isn't there. Disco is over but punk never happened. They don't have cable. They don't really have pop culture, unless you count grain prices and alcoholism. People work hard and then they die. They hate the government and impregnate teenage girls. But that's not nearly as awful as it sounds; in fact, sometimes it's perfect.Chuck Klosterman's "Downtown Owl" is the unpretentious, darkly comedic story of how it feels to exist in a community where rural mythology and violent reality are pretty much the same thing. It's technically about certain people in a certain place at a certain time...but it's really about a problem. And the problem is this: What does it mean to be a normal person? And there is no answer. But in "Downtown Owl," what matters more is how you ask the question.

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  17. Here is THE way to see Los Angeles's rich architectural heritage! L.A. is a "driving" city, best seen from the car. Tour guide, author, and architectural historian Laura Massino Smith will take you on an unforgettable ride to uncover the city's exciting cultural past. You can efficiently visit dozens of L.A.'s architectural marvels in the shortest amount of time. Maps and explicit driving directions help you navigate roads, while detailed descriptions of tour sites provide each building's history. Photographs are included to help you identify more than 90 sites. On this tour you'll encounter some of the oldest and some of the newest architecture in the city's most architecturally diverse area. Styles ranging from Victorian, Renaissance Revival, and European Beaux-Arts to Art Deco and Post-modern are represented in Downtown. Visit the new Walt Disney Concert Hall and the new cathedral, then travel into Little Tokyo and Chinatown, the Historic Theater District, and the first suburb of Los Angeles featuring magnificent Victorian homes from the 1880s. History buffs, architecture enthusiasts, and L.A. visitors will love these unique and fascinating tours, which offer the best way to see diverse architecture in L.A.

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  18. The spokelike grid of wide grand avenues radiating out from downtown Detroit allowed for a concentration of theaters initially along Monroe Street near Campus Martius and, after the second decade of the 20th century, clustered around Grand Circus Park, all easily accessible by a vast network of streetcars. In its heyday, Grand Circus Park boasted a dozen palatial movie palaces containing an astonishing total of 26,000 seats. Of these theaters, five remain today, fully restored and operational for live entertainment. Detroit, more so than any other North American city, illustrates how demographic and economic forces dramatically changed the landscape of film exhibition in an urban setting.

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