It's 1921 and eighteen-year-old Daisy May and her little sister Mary-Jane, who is six, are orphaned. Times are tough and, to support her sister, Daisy has to work hard as a dancer in a nightclub, getting home late and hardly seeing Mary-Jane. One night a fire starts and Mary-Jane is alone in the house. The night's events lead to the sisters being split up and Daisy May begins to fear that she will never see Mary-Jane again...
Filled with ideas for cardmakers of all levels and especially useful when you just don't know where to start, this fabulous collection of templates will simplify the process of creating beautiful cards. Basic information on colour, composition and balance is practically applied in easy-to-use templates that will help the reader save time and provide them with a basic design, so they can focus their creativity on selecting and combining the different elements. Each template comes with information on the proportions, placement and sizes of the different elements, so the reader can use their existing stock of paper and embellishments to create cards that they know will be well balanced and visually pleasing. All of the templates can be flipped, inverted and rotated, and the designs include standard, square, oblong and large cards in both vertical and horizontal orientation. For each template there are several examples of cards made by different cardmakers, providing the reader with numerous ideas for their own card designs. This book encourages the reader to think out of the box and use embellishments and paper combinations in ways that they have never thought of before.
A legkövérebb magyar ember az egészséges táplálkozásról és a méregtelenítés csodájáról beszél, miközben sűrűn öblögeti torkát a saját Bt.-je által forgalmazott "csodaszerrel", az Emese Acapulco Diabetikus Gyógyíróval. Az ő abszurd monológja ez a hamisítatlan Parti Nagy Lajos szöveg, melyben csak úgy röpködnek a csodás szókreálmányok és frenetikus mondatok. Közben, még ha akár amúgy kákabélűek is volnánk, úgy érezzük: reng a tokánk és rázkódik a hasunk a nevetéstől.
Hindutva in India is a chauvinist and majoritarian political ideology that conjures up the image of a peaceful Hindu Self vis-à-vis the threatening minority Other. It is porno-nationalism in its obsessive preoccupation with the predatory sexuality of the putative Muslim figure and the dangers to the integrity of the Hindu bodies. The proponents of Hindutva mobilize and generate negative stereotypes of Islam and putative Muslims to legitimize violence against actual Muslims living in India. Adopting a critical ethnographic approach, this book investigates myriad ways in which the discourses of culture, insecurity, gender, identity, and violence intersect in Hindu nationalism’s reactionary and right-wing politics of fear and imagination.
In 1845 H.M.S. Erebus and Terror sailed from England under the command of Sir John Franklin in quest of the fabled Northwest Passage and never returned. For more than ten years British and American vessels combed the frozen seas in search of the missing ships without success.
In 1859 Sir Leopold McClintock discovered that the expedition came to grief in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, and that the crews abandoned their ships and died as they walked along the desolate shores of King William Island. According to Inuit testimony gathered in 1864-69 by American explorer Charles F. Hall, Captain Crozier, whom the Eskimos called Aglooka, escaped south with Captain Fitzjames and some others to Back's Fish River. What happened to them is one of the cruxes of the Franklin problem and the main feature of this book.