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  1. Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II Digital Camera

    This DSLR camera features a 16.1-megapixel resolution, designed for shooting super high-quality pictures with exquisite detail. It can capture Full HD videos. This Olympus camera weighs 469 grams and it is a wireless-enabled camera. This enables syncing photos and videos easily. In burst setting, it can take up to 10 fps. This camera has a Micro Four Thirds MOS sensor, which enables snapping great images in lesser lighting conditions. With camera-based image stabilization, you can omit blur when taking handheld pictures. Its maximum ISO is 25600.

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  2. Bin 389 is often referred to as ‘Baby Grange’, in part because components of the wine are matured in the same barrels that held the previous vintage of Grange. First made in 1960, by the legendary Max Schubert, this was the wine that helped to forge Penfolds solid reputation with red wine drinkers combining the structure of Cabernet Sauvignon with the richness of Shiraz. Bin 389 also exemplifies the judicious balance of fruit and oak. “It’s a wine with a ‘wow’ introduction. It throws beautiful, beautiful aroma. It’s distinguished by it. It’s sweet, pudding-like, like fresh vanilla, like lemon delicious. I went to taste this wine and couldn’t get past the nose; I just wanted to go on enjoying its aromatics. It’s smells every bit Penfolds but every bit itself. The palate is true to established form, with blackcurrant and bay leaf notes rigged to a powerful motor of tannin. Creamy/vanillin oak gets on with business too but again the fruit stares it down. From every angle this is a belter of a Bin 389. It’s best consumed any time between now and the apocalypse, or thereabouts. “ – 96 Points Campbell Mattinson “Matured for 12 months in American hogsheads (32% new). Unapologetically made with the don't fix if it isn't broken aphorism. It is tightly structured, with faultless attention to detail - wheels within wheels stuff, but inexorable in sending its black fruits (blackberry, blackcurrant) flavour message. Despite its full body, and its far-reaching longevity, it's tailor-made for the saltbush lamb shoulder of tonight's dinner.” – 97 Points James Halliday ““A classic vintage with brilliant aromatic complexity, proportion and balance. “Pound for pound”, probably the wine of the 2017 release.” 98 Points Andrew Caillard MW

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  3. In this seamless pairing of the finest parcels of Langhorne Creek Cabernet and Shiraz, winemaker Nigel Dolan showcases his expertise as one of the country's most respected winemakers. Fleshy, dark berry fruits, savoury notes, fine-grained velvety tannins and integrated oak intermingle effortlessly in the glass. It's testament to this label's 2011 Red Wine of the Year title.

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  4. Grant's Cellars believe that respect for the winemaking craft, grapes that are second to none, and hard work and determination is essential to every wine. You can taste the care that's been taken to craft this blend of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon in the generous palate boasting ripe red fruit flavours and soft tannins.

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  5. This is a special edition to accompany the National Theatre's staging of Mark Haddon's beloved novel, as adapted by Simon Stephens. Christopher is 15 and lives in Swindon with his father. He has Asperger's Syndrome, a form of autism. He is obsessed with maths, science and Sherlock Holmes but finds it hard to understand other people. When he discovers a dead dog on a neighbour's lawn he decides to solve the mystery and write a detective thriller about it. As in all good detective stories, however, the more he unearths, the deeper the mystery gets - for both Christopher and the rest of his family.

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  6. "Lots of things are mysteries. But that doesn't mean there isn't an answer to them' This is Christopher's murder mystery story. There are also no lies in this story because Christopher can't tell lies. Christopher does not like strangers or the colours yellow or brown or being touched. On the other hand, he knows all the countries in the world and their capital cities and every prime number up to 7507. When Christopher decides to find out who killed the neighbour's dog, his mystery story becomes more complicated than he could have ever predicted. BACKSTORY- Meet the author and learn about the background to Christopher's story."

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  7. The new gripping, brilliantly plotted Tom Thorne thriller from No.1 bestselling author Mark Billingham DI Tom Thorne returns in a chilling mystery that will keep readers guessing until the final page. Time of Death is Mark Billingham's most timely, atmospheric thriller to date. The Missing Two schoolgirls are abducted in the small, dying Warwickshire town of Polesford, driving a knife into the heart of the community where police officer Helen Weeks grew up and from which she long ago escaped. But this is a place full of secrets, where dangerous truths lie buried. The AccusedWhen it's splashed all over the press that family man Stephen Bates has been arrested, Helen and her partner Tom Thorne head to the flooded town to support Bates' wife - an old school friend of Helen's - who is living under siege with two teenage children and convinced of her husband's innocence. The DeadAs residents and media bay for Bates' blood, a decomposing body is found. The police believe they have their murderer in custody, but one man believes otherwise. With a girl still missing, Thorne sets himself on a collision course with local police, townsfolk - and a merciless killer.

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  8. The public spaces and buildings of the United States are home to many thousands of timepieces–bells, time balls, and clock faces–that tower over urban streets, peek out from lobbies, and gleam in store windows. And in the streets and squares beneath them, men, women, and children wear wristwatches of all kinds. Americans have decorated their homes with clocks and included them in their poetry, sermons, stories, and songs. And as political instruments, social tools, and cultural symbols, these personal and public timekeepers have enjoyed a broad currency in art, life, and culture. In Marking Modern Times, Alexis McCrossen relates how the American preoccupation with time led people from across social classes to acquire watches and clocks. While noting the difficulties in regulating and synchronizing so many timepieces, McCrossen expands our understanding of the development of modern time discipline, delving into the ways we have standardized time and describing how timekeepers have served as political, social, and cultural tools in a society that doesn't merely value time but regards access to time as a natural-born right, a privilege of being an American.

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  9. Home Place, Sussex, 1939. The English family at war ...The sunlit days of childish games and family meals are over, as the shadows of war roll in to cloud the lives of one English family. At Home Place, the windows are blacked out and food is becoming scarce as a new generation of Cazalets takes up the story. Louise dreams of being a great actress, Clary is an aspiring writer, while Polly, is burdened with knowledge and the need to share it.

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  10. A truly remarkable novel about an autistic boy.'The dog was lying on the grass in the middle of the lawn in front of Mrs Shears' house. It looked as if it was running on its side, the way dogs run when they think they are chasing a cat in a dream. But the dog was not running or asleep. The dog was dead. There was a garden fork sticking out of the dog.' THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT- TIME is a murder mystery novel like no other. The detective, and narrator, is Christopher Boone. Christopher is fifteen and has Asperger's, a form of autism. He knows a very great deal about maths and very little about human beings. He loves lists, patterns and the truth. He hates the colours yellow and brown and being touched. He has never gone further than the end of the road on his own, but when he finds a neighbour's dog murdered he sets out on a terrifying journey which will turn his whole world upside down. Christopher is a brilliant creation, and Mark Haddon's depiction of his world is deeply moving, very funny and utterly convincing. The novel is being published simultaneously for adults by Jonathan Cape and for children by David Fickling, publisher of Philip Pullman. We are convinced that both audiences will recognise it as one of those very rare books that change the way you see everything.Reading Group Book QuestionsHow do you think this novel bridges the gap between literature for adults and children?What do you think Haddon's illustrations add to the story and to our understanding of Christopher's character?Although seemingly ill equipped as the narrator of a book, Christopher's character succeeds in eliciting a wide range of emotions in the reader. How do you think Haddon uses his protagonist’s voice to touch his audience in such a way?Discuss the relationship between father and son in the novel. How well do you think Christopher's father copes with his son's condition?The author has used his extensive knowledge of Asperger's Syndrome to allow us to see the

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  11. Marking Time is the second novel in Elizabeth Jane Howard's bestselling Cazalet Chronicles.Home Place, Sussex, 1939. The English family at war . . . The sunlit days of childish games and familyn meals are over, as the shadows of war roll in to cloud the lives of one English family. At Home Place, the windows are blacked out and food is becoming scarce as a new generation of Cazalets takes up the story. Louise dreams of being a great actress, Clary is an aspiring writer, while Polly, is burdened with knowledge and the need to share it.Read the next books in the series, Confusion, Casting Off and All Change, or start from the beginning with The Light Years.

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  12. Home Place, Sussex, 1939. The English family at war ...The sunlit days of childish games and family meals are over, as the shadows of war roll in to cloud the lives of one English family. At Home Place, the windows are blacked out and food is becoming scarce as a new generation of Cazalets takes up the story. Louise dreams of being a great actress, Clary is an aspiring writer, while Polly, is burdened with knowledge and the need to share it.

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  13. A young Czech girl, missing for eight days, is found abandoned in a deserted playground. She is so traumatised she cannot speak. DCI Eve Clay is on her way to try and interview the victim, when another case is called in. Two Polish migrant workers have been found dead in their burnt out flat. But this is no normal house fire. The men's bodies were set alight, after the killer had clinically removed both of their hearts. Then reports come in that the Czech girl's mother has disappeared. Then Clay and her team receive an anonymous call. Somone else will die before the day ends.About the AuthorMark Roberts was born and raised in Liverpool. He was a teacher for twenty years and now works with children with severe learning difficulties. He is the author of What She Saw, which was longlisted for a CWA Gold Dagger.

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  14. ‘ it has the tannin structure and flavour complexity of a wine two or three times as expensive’ 95 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday Top Gold Royal Adelaide Top Gold Rutherglen Gold Langhorne Creek Gold Royal Melbourne Bleasdale is rich in history and producing some of Australia’s most exciting, consistently impressive premium wines. The youngest of Frank Potts the second’s eleven children, Lloyd Stanley (Sticky) Potts, was a motorcycling enthusiast all his life. In 1932 he entered his first Australian Grand Prix at Philip Island and came second. The front label depicts a young Sticky practicing his speedway “Broad -Side” turns. This wine shows the harmony of these three varietals with plum and blackcurrant fruits, typical chocolate character from the Shiraz and boysenberry spice from the Malbec. “A 63/26/13% blend destemmed and crushed, open-fermented with pumpovers, 7-11 days on skins, matured for 9 months in American and French oak (10% new). Top gold Adelaide and top gold Rutherglen Wine Shows '16, the value verging on the absurd. With black fruits in the ascendant, it has the tannin structure and flavour complexity of a wine two or three times as expensive” – 95 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday

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  15. ‘It’s a wonderful wine, ludicrous at the price’ – 94 Points Mike Bennie 95 Points & Gold Royal Sydney Wine Show 2017 Year in, year out, The Bernoota always delivers! The 2014 ‘Bernoota’ is a blend of Shiraz (60%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (40%), carefully selected from old vines on the Follett family vineyard. The wine was fermented on skins in open static fermenters for 7-10 days, followed by maturation for 20 months in American and French oak barriques. The wine shows dark fruit characters of blackberry and plums, with a hint of choc mint and smoky oak aromas. The palate encompasses all of the trademark Langhorne Creek fruit sweetness and soft tannins. “It’s a wonderful wine, ludicrous at the price, should last a couple of decades in cellar too. Indeed, it feels primed for a long life, rippling with fine tannin, bright in perky acidity, fine and elegant in the palate. There’s loads of black olive, salt bush, dark berries, ripe plums and suggestions of eucalyptus, but the key thing is just how well it drinks – a glorious, supple flow, medium weight and superbly structured. It sticks to the gums but sighs over the tongue. Strewth, this is good.” – 94 Points Mike Bennie

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  16. Mark Appleford - Long Time Between Drinks [CD]

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  17. Cantor Mark Childs - Time Has Come for Singing [CD]

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  18. Mark Poolos - Life & Times of a Large Man [CD]

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  19. Mark Scheer & Five Star Dive - All the Time in the World [CD]

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