Veterinary Guide to Animal Breeds

Author: Beth Vanhorn

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Medical

Page: 120

View: 756

Veterinary Guide to Animal Breeds offers a comprehensive reference for accurately recognizing small animal, exotic, and large animal breeds, with color photographs to aid in identification and important information for delivering veterinary care. Provides a reliable, veterinary-based guide to accurately recognizing breeds Covers small, large, and exotic animal breeds Emphasizes information targeted at daily veterinary practice Presents full-color photographs for comparison and identification Includes access to a companion website offering teaching materials, including worksheets and teaching PowerPoints

The Rough Guide to The Dordogne & the Lot

Author: Rough Guides

Publisher: Rough Guides UK


Category: Travel

Page: 328

View: 237

The Rough Guide to the Dordogne & the Lot is the definitive guide to this beautiful and beguiling region of France, with clear maps, expert accounts, inspirational itineraries and fascinating historical and cultural information. Discover the Dordogne and the Lot's many highlights, with stunning photography and comprehensive coverage of everything from the prettiest villages and best markets to the amazing prehistoric cave art and the region's sumptuous wines. Detailed practical advice covers what to see and do in the Dordogne and the Lot, from cycling trails and hiking routes to canoeing down the rivers, and you can rely on up-to-date descriptions of the best restaurants and bars for all budgets, as well as the lowdown on where to stay, from campsites and chambers d'hôte to sumptuous château hotels. Make the most of your holiday with The Rough Guide to the Dordogne & the Lot.

A Guide to the Archives of the Royal Entomological Society

Author: Simon Fenwick

Publisher: Routledge


Category: History

Page: 208

View: 899

The Royal Entomological Society was founded in 1833 and is one of the oldest such societies in the world. Its records are an invaluable source for historians of entomology and the natural sciences both in Great Britain and overseas. This guide is principally a catalogue of the records of the society from the time of its foundation, but also covers the records of some earlier societies and collections of papers by individual entomologists. The book is introduced with essays by Brian Gardiner on the history of the Royal Entomological Society and on the development of British entomology, and by Simon Fenwick on the archives and their potential for historians.
Political Science

Meet the Candidates 2020: Pete Buttigieg

Author: Scott Dworkin

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Political Science

Page: 144

View: 409

Who is Pete Buttigieg? The mayor of South Bend, Indiana emerged from relative obscurity to become a serious contender for president of the United States of America. Is he the right foil for Donald Trump? Mayor Pete Buttigieg has raised seven million dollars and captivated the nation in media and at town halls during his short time as candidate for president of the United States. He’s a veteran of the war in Afghanistan as a lieutenant in the Navy Reserve, a Harvard graduate and Rhodes scholar, well-liked by his South Bend constituents, and now a bestselling author with his recent book, Shortest Way Home. He’s also a 37-year old millennial and openly gay—no president has ever been either. Meet the Candidates 2020: Pete Buttigieg: A Voter’s Guide is your handbook to understanding the man that Barack Obama christened the future of the Democratic Party. Buttigieg transcends expected labels: millennial and media savvy, but conversational or better in eight languages; a Harvard grad and corporate consultant who settled in the small town he grew up in; a progressive but not a revolutionary. From his revered decency to his standard progressive stances on the issues of the environment, gun control, LGBTQ rights, and immigration, this guide is your primer on Mayor Pete. The Meet the Candidates 2020 series is the informed voter’s guide to making a decision in the 2020 Democratic primary and presidential election. Each book gives an unbiased, political insider’s analysis of each contender, featuring: candidate interviews; an introduction by campaign adviser, Democratic Coalition co-founder, and Dworkin Report host Scott Dworkin; and compilation and writing by Occupy Democrats Editor at Large Grant Stern. In two hours of reading, you’ll understand their defining characteristics, credentials, campaign issues, challenges, presidential chances, and everything else you need to know to decide who should challenge Donald Trump. Whether it’s for Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Julian Castro, Cory Booker, or another, Meet the Candidates is what you need to make an informed vote for president in 2020.

The Horse-Lover's Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition

Author: Jessie Haas

Publisher: Storey Publishing


Category: Nature

Page: 432

View: 497

Here is a completely revised, full-color second edition of the established go-to source for equestrian information. This comprehensive A-to-Z guide covers “everything horse” and bridges gaps in the equestrian universe between English and Western styles. More than 1,700 entries explain wide-ranging topics such as breeds, tack, facilities, equine care and management, health and safety issues, riding styles and disciplines, shows, and much more. Whether you’re a rodeo hand, thoroughbred racer, seasoned professional, or armchair admirer, you’ll get everything you need from noted equestrian author Jessie Haas’ clear and thorough descriptions. American Horse Publications Association's Equine Media Awards Winner

The Untold Secret of Ripple

Author: Edward Harrod

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform



Page: 44

View: 187

Ripple is one of the most controversial cryptocurrency. It is said to be run by banks that would want to manipulate the World of Crypto World after the people discover how blockchain can change the way we deal with money. Ripple is a payment protocol promises to send frictionless sending of money all over the World. In is instant, and safe. Looking at the code of Ripple, it is own by a private company rather than an open one. Ripple is being used by different banks around the World and it is famous. It's native currency XRP (ripple) has been consistently part of the top 5 in Coin Market Cap competing with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Cardano, NEO, Stellar, DASH and IOTA. People on forums and Facebook Groups keep on bashing those who are investing in Ripple saying that they are supporting the banks and everything will just rotate and be back to where it used to. Blockchain is made to remove the third parties, and Ripple is says to contradict to that. Is it true that it is own by banks? It is centralized? I made a study about all of this, and wrote a book to look into much detail. If you are interested in knowing more about it, how you can start investing, mining or trading... I put all of those here. In a clear in concise manner.