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  1. Stainless steel case, Stainless steel bracelet, White dial, Quartz movement, Scratch resistant sapphire, Water resistant up to 3 ATM - 30 meters - 100 feet

    $449.00
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  2. Stainless steel case, Stainless steel bracelet , Black dial, Quartz movement, Scratch resistant sapphire, Water resistant up to 3 ATM - 30 meters - 100 feet

    $339.00
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  3. Just as time itself is never-ending, so too is Tissot's journey to create the perfect time-piece for the discerning lady or gentleman. Now over 160 years old, Tissot watches began their life in Le Locle, Switzerland; in 1853, they released a now history-making, single-movement pocket watch that incorporated two national or international time zones as the wearer sought fit. As the years passed, Tissot also created stunning pocket watches for the American and Russian markets, inlaid with sumptuous enamel and gemstones that kept in fashion with the era. Much later, in 1930, Tissot released their very first non-magnetic wristwatch, a concept on which they have continued to build in order to create the suave automatic wristwatches of today. The Tissot Tradition family gives ultra-modern watchmaking a justified hint of nostalgia, giving today's technology a vintage-style design signature. High-tech operation is perfectly balanced with classical details and subtle vintage-look finishes. These are complemented by design elements such as guilloche decoration and a gently curved case. The Tissot Tradition promises wearers endless hours of precision with sustainable good looks. Masters in movement as well as aesthetics, Tissot watches are now worn by millions of people around the world, keeping them on track every second of every day. Tradition Rose Gold Chronograph w/Brown Leather Strap features: Made in Switzerland. Quartz chronograph with white dial. 316L stainless steel case with rose gold PVD coating. Domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. Rose Gold-toned dial with Arabic indices. Water-resistant up to a pressure of 3 bar (30m/100ft). Leather strap with butterfly clasp. Accepts Renata 394 battery. Presented in a Tissot gift box. Includes a two year international warranty. Diameter: 42mm.

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  4. Just as time itself is never-ending, so too is Tissot's journey to create the perfect time-piece for the discerning lady or gentleman. Now over 160 years old, Tissot watches began their life in Le Locle, Switzerland; in 1853, they released a now history-making, single-movement pocket watch that incorporated two national or international time zones as the wearer sought fit. As the years passed, Tissot also created stunning pocket watches for the American and Russian markets, inlaid with sumptuous enamel and gemstones that kept in fashion with the era. Much later, in 1930, Tissot released their very first non-magnetic wristwatch, a concept on which they have continued to build in order to create the suave automatic wristwatches of today. The Tissot Tradition family gives ultra-modern watchmaking a justified hint of nostalgia, giving today's technology a vintage-style design signature. High-tech operation is perfectly balanced with classical details and subtle vintage-look finishes. These are complemented by design elements such as guilloche decoration and a gently curved case. The Tissot Tradition promises wearers endless hours of precision with sustainable good looks. Masters in movement as well as aesthetics, Tissot watches are now worn by millions of people around the world, keeping them on track every second of every day. Tradition Black Watch w/Black Leather Strap features: Made in Switzerland. Swiss quartz movement with balck dial. 316L stainless steel case with a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal face. Silver-toned dial with roman indices. Water-resistant up to a pressure of 3 bar (30m/100ft). Leather strap with butterfly clasp. Accepts Renata 371 battery. Presented in a Tissot gift box. Includes a two year international warranty. Diameter: 42mm.

    $400.00
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  5. The Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle was the first rifled firearm issued to every soldier in the British Army, and gave the infantry a revolutionary increase in firepower. First issued in 1853, the Enfield proved itself worthy during both the Crimean War and the Indian Mutiny, where its long range, durability, and interchangeable parts made it a perfect campaign rifle. However, it was during the American Civil War that the Enfield saw the greatest use, with over a million rifles being sold to the armies of both the North and South. This title takes an in-depth look at the design, the history, the mechanics, and the use of one of the most important firearms of the 19th century.

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  6. A Companion to the New Rifle Musket A Practical Guide to Squad and Setting-up Drill Soldiers and their weapons These two military instruction guides have been published together because they are the work of a common author, S. Bertram Browne, and because both concern aspects of the business of soldiering from the perspective of ordinary soldiers in the British Army of mid nineteenth century. The young Queen Victoria came to the throne in 1837 and by the time the new Enfield Rifle Musket was introduced, some sixteen years later, her armies were engaged in colonial wars across the world and were on the verge of substantial conflicts in the Crimea and India. Their weapon was a .577 calibre muzzle loading 'Minie' rifle-musket of the type used by the British Army until 1867, when it was replaced by (or in many cases converted to) the cartridge-loading Snider Enfield rifle. The Enfield Rifle Musket was used by several armies and was notably employed in the Crimea and the New Zealand Wars by the British. Its particular notoriety arises from the Indian Mutiny, for it was this weapon-especially the method of loading it and the pig fat that allegedly protected the cartridge, thus defiling their caste-that has been cited as one of the principal causes of disaffection among the ranks of the Bengal Army, the outbreak of mutiny and its rapid spread. The Enfield Rifle Musket was also used in the American Civil War where, among others, Chamberlain's legendary 20th Maine were armed with it as they defended Little Round Top at Gettysburg. This 'companion' naturally explains to the reader everything about the gun's, use, care, construction and maintenance. The second guide in this volume contains a very interesting text best defined by its title and includes many diagrams which will be informative to the student of the period and instructive for re-enactors etc. Leonaur editions are newly typeset and are not facsimiles; each title is av

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  7. The fragrance has been announced as elegant passionate and very emotional constructed as aromatic-fougere.Lemon aromatic mint and violet leaves in top notes. The heart of the composition provides aromatic breezes of lavender and sage enhanced with woody masculine accords of sandalwood and cedar surrounded with moss.

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  8. S.T. Dupont is sending us a new invitation to escape on an incredible olfactory journey to the Palace of A Thousand and One Nights: Collection S.T. Dupont.Noble Wood is inspired by oriental art offering us a beautiful interpretation of the iconic signature “D” with a luxurious woody amber fragrance. Noble Wood was launched in 2017.

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  9. At this scale 1cm on the map represents 1km on the ground. Each map covers a minimum area of 0.5 degrees longitude by 0.5 degrees latitude or about 54 kilometres by 54 kilometres. The contour interval is 20 metres. Many maps are supplemented by hill shading.

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  10. The WA Topo 50 series covers selected state wide areas at 1:50,000 scale where the level of feature density requires 1:50,000 scale mapping. Each sheet covers an approximate area of 15' longitude and 15' latitude which corresponds to approximately 25km by 25km at 10-20 metre contour intervals.

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  11. Factory moulded to fit specific applications. Recommended for automotive coolant applicationsHeat and ozone resistan cover. Engineered to resist electrochemical degradation - the leading cause of hose failure. Meets SAE 20R4 and 20R3 Type EC Class D-1 and D-2 specifications. Temperature Rating: -40C to +135C in coolant hose applications. NISSAN 200 SX S14 S15 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

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  13. Tissot Le Locle

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  14. Stainless steel case Stainless steel bracelet Black dial Quartz movement Scratch resistant sapphire Water resistant up to 3 ATM - 30 meters - 100 feet Watches: Black Movement: Quartz Clasp: Fold over Warranty: This watch comes with a 12 month warranty against manufacturing faults and defects. Strap or Bracelet: Bracelet Packaging: The watch comes beautifully packaged in its original Tissot box / packaging Strap Colour: Two-tone Gold and Silver tone Case Shape: Round Case Measurement: 38mm Bracelet Measurement: 19mm Other Watch Specifications: Date display Water Resistance: 3 ATM - 30 meters - 100 feet Crystal: Sapphire Crown: Push/pull Model: T0334102205301 Brand: Tissot

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  15. Slavery has existed in one form or another throughout recorded history. And while many races and nationalities have been victims of this abhorrent practice around the world, this peculiar institution, as it was called in the United States, is particularly tragic inasmuch as our country was founded on the principle of equality for all. Since the Reconstruction, we've struggled with the embarrassing legacy of our forefathers. But as our lands fill with immigrants and generations far separated from the era who bear no responsibility for the crimes of the past century it's important to face the inhuman slave experience which, because it makes some uncomfortable, has sadly been bowdlerized. Slave narratives were popular in the 19th century precisely to share these deplorable stories and preserve them for all time. There was, for example, Austin Steward's 22 Years a Slave, Louis Hughes' 30 Years a Slave, H.C. Bruce's 29 Years a Slave, and, of course, Solomon Northup's 12 Years a Slave in which the author, a free man, recounts his kidnapping, sale, and the subsequent enslavement he endured for twelve years before returning home. Handier than the free PDFs on the web, this you can hold, bookmark, highlight and shelve. An inexpensive imperative for any history buff or advocate of civil rights and social justice.

    $31.00
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