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  1. The Valley of Mud-Brick Architecture: Shibam, Tarim and Wadi Hadramut - Book Free Shipping

    Examining in detail the cities of Shibam and Tarim, Dr Damluji analyses the buildings and planning of the Hadramut region of Yemen. She argues that many new building practices are unsuited to the local environment, lack consideration of climatic needs and are technically inferior to long established construction methods. Moreover, they presuppose 'imported' expertise and raw materials and therefore have implications for economic and cultural autonomy.

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  2. The Mud House: How Four Friends Built a Place in the Australian Bush - Book Free Shipping

    Four friends. One block of land. No power tools. From the bestselling author of FLESH WOUNDS A young man who didn't know HOW to be a man. Two women willing to wrestle in mud. A friend who knew his way around a set of power tools. Building a house has never been so funny. Or life-changing. 'Hilarious' - SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

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  3. The Mud House by Richard Glover

    'One day,' Philip said, 'I'd like to build something bigger ... Like a house. We could just buy a block of land, you know, the four of us, and have a go.' It was just an idea. then it started to take shape. In this frank, funny and thought-provoking memoir, Richard Glover describes how he and his friend Philip and their partners built a house in the bush on weekends. It was a huge and exhausting undertaking ... not least because they decided to use mudbricks. 'Imagine this - with mudbrick you have a building that is made out of the very earth it stands on ... there is another thing: the stuff is free. Once we buy the land we'll have no money left. this way we can get started as soon as we have the block.' In the end it took three years simply to make the bricks. As for the house itself ... But the process gave Richard the opportunity to examine things he had never quite reconciled to himself - big things like what it means to be a man, the nature of male relationships, fatherhood - and to challenge himself in the kind of blokey environment he had rejected. Above all, the mud house proved that even if it 'wasn't the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel' there is nothing like the satisfaction of making something with your own hands.About the AuthorRichard Glover is the author of the recent bestseller Flesh Wounds, a comic romp about not having the family you ordered. His other books include In Bed With Jocasta, George Clooney's Haircut And Other Cries For Help and The Dag's Dictionary. He writes a weekly column for Fairfax newspapers and websites and presents the comedy program Thank God It's Friday on ABC Local Radio.

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  4. The Bricks That Built the Houses by Kate Tempest

    Award-winning poet and rapper Kate Tempest's astonishing debut novel elevates the ordinary to the extraordinary in this multi -generational tale set in contemporary south London. Young Londoners Becky, Harry and Leon are escaping the city with a suitcase full of stolen money. Taking us back in time, and into the heart of the capital, The Bricks that Built the Houses explores a cross-section of contemporary urban life with a powerful moral and literary microscope, exposing the everyday stories that lie behind the tired faces on the morning commute, and what happens when your best intentions don't always lead to the right decisions. Wise but never cynical, and driven by empathy and ethics, it leads us into the homes and hearts of ordinary people and their families and communities, giving us a unique perspective on how we live with and love each other. The Bricks that Built the Houses introduces a thrilling new literary voice. Caroline Baum's Review Was there ever a more perfect name than Kate Tempest? It's beautiful and stormy and kind of Shakespearean. So fitting for this great new voice, boldly harnessing poetry and imagery in prose that vibrates and shimmers with energy. Not that Tempest is an unknown quantity: she's the youngest poet ever to be awarded the prestigious Ted Hughes prize at the ludicrous age of 24, and she's already well known as a hip hop artist and rapper. In her performances, which are hypnotically compelling, she references classic tales of antiquity to talk about her generation. A South London girl, she's translated the uniqueness of her performing style to the page; her way of writing in phrases and cadences that mimic and riff off the people and the places she knows so well, in a way that might remind readers of Zadie Smith's NW, which mapped the voices and lives of people across the other side of the city. Tempest's tale has the urban grit of her neighbourhood, told with genuine love and affection for the unlovely parts of London and its inha

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  5. Southern Cross Bricks Boat House (Format 6)

    Format 6 (300mm x 300mm Tile). Southern Cross Ceramics Bricks Boat House C437. Made to order in Australia Australia Wide Delivery.

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  6. Southern Cross Bricks Boat House (Format 1)

    Format 1 (300mm x 300mm Tile). Southern Cross Ceramics Bricks Boat House C437. Made to order in Australia Australia Wide Delivery.

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  7. The Mud House - How Four Friends Built a Place in the Australian Bush

    Four friends. One block of land. No power tools. From the bestselling author of FLESH WOUNDS A young man who didn’t know HOW to be a man. Two women willing to wrestle in mud. A friend who knew his way around a set of power tools. Building a house has never been so funny. Or life-changing. ‘Hilarious’ – SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

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  8. The Mud House

    'One day,' Philip said, 'I'd like to build something bigger ... Like a house. We could just buy a block of land, you know, the four of us, and have a go.' It was just an idea. then it started to take shape. In this frank, funny and...

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  9. The Bricks That Built The Houses

    Award-winning poet and rapper Kate Tempest's astonishing debut novel elevates the ordinary to the extraordinary in this multi -generational tale set in contemporary south London. Young Londoners Becky, Harry and Leon are escaping the city with a...

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  10. Shimano 4mm w -Mud Shield 4p Bag Housing End

    Two pieceBlack plasticNosed tipRubber shield overlaps noseTight seal from the elementsFor gear cables

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  11. The Bricks that Built the Houses by Kate Tempest

    The Bricks that Built the Houses by Kate Tempest Only from Mighty Ape

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  12. Mud House NZ By Nature Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

    The N.Z. by Nature Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is a refreshing, balanced and mineral wine. The front palate fills with fresh greens and ripe tropical flavours. The crisp grapefruit-like acidity extends the palate to a long mouth-watering mineral finish.

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  13. Mud House NZ By Nature Marlborough Pinot Noir

    N Z by Nature Marlborough Pinot Noir is a generous and elegant wine. The even balance of dark berry fruit flavours with fine ripe tannins leads to rich, generous finish. An ideal wine to pair with roast duck.

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  14. The Mud House - Book Free Shipping

    'One day,' Philip said, 'I'd like to build something bigger ...Like a house. We could just buy a block of land, you know, the four of us, and have a go.' It was just an idea. Then it started to take shape. In this frank, funny and thought-provoking memoir, Richard Glover describes how he and his friend Philip and their partners built a house in the bush on weekends. It was a huge and exhausting undertaking ...not least because they decided to use mudbricks. 'Imagine this - with mudbrick you have a building that is made out of the very earth it stands on ...there is another thing: the stuff is free. Once we buy the land we'll have no money left. This way we can get started as soon as we have the block.' In the end it took three years simply to make the bricks. As for the house itself ...But the process gave Richard the opportunity to examine things he had never quite reconciled to himself - big things like what it means to be a man, the nature of male relationships, fatherhood - and to challenge himself in the kind of blokey environment he had rejected.Above all, the mud house proved that even if it 'wasn't the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel' there is nothing like the satisfaction of making something with your own hands.

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  15. The Mud House - Book Free Shipping

    'One day,' Philip said, 'I'd like to build something bigger ...Like a house. We could just buy a block of land, you know, the four of us, and have a go.' It was just an idea. Then it started to take shape. In this frank, funny and thought-provoking memoir, Richard Glover describes how he and his friend Philip and their partners built a house in the bush on weekends. It was a huge and exhausting undertaking ...not least because they decided to use mudbricks. 'Imagine this - with mudbrick you have a building that is made out of the very earth it stands on ...there is another thing: the stuff is free. Once we buy the land we'll have no money left. This way we can get started as soon as we have the block.' In the end it took three years simply to make the bricks. As for the house itself ...But the process gave Richard the opportunity to examine things he had never quite reconciled to himself - big things like what it means to be a man, the nature of male relationships, fatherhood - and to challenge himself in the kind of blokey environment he had rejected.Above all, the mud house proved that even if it 'wasn't the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel' there is nothing like the satisfaction of making something with your own hands.

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  16. Southern Cross Bricks Boat House (Format 2)

    Format 2 (300mm x 300mm Tile). Southern Cross Ceramics Bricks Boat House C437. Made to order in Australia Australia Wide Delivery.

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  17. Southern Cross Bricks Boat House (Format 3)

    Format 3 (300mm x 300mm Tile). Southern Cross Ceramics Bricks Boat House C437. Made to order in Australia Australia Wide Delivery.

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  18. Southern Cross Bricks Boat House (Format 4)

    Format 4 (300mm x 300mm Tile). Southern Cross Ceramics Bricks Boat House C437. Made to order in Australia Australia Wide Delivery.

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  19. Southern Cross Bricks Boat House (Format 5)

    Format 5 (300mm x 300mm Tile). Southern Cross Ceramics Bricks Boat House C437. Made to order in Australia Australia Wide Delivery.

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    The Mud House - How Four Friends Built a Place in the Australian Bush

    Four friends. One block of land. No power tools. From the bestselling author of FLESH WOUNDS A young man who didn’t know HOW to be a man. Two women willing to wrestle in mud. A friend who knew his way around a set of power tools. Building a house has never been so funny. Or life-changing. ‘Hilarious’ – SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

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