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Easton Press sells the world's greatest books, bound in genuine leather and accented with 22kt gold. Each book is a Collector Edition that is as magnificent to see as it is to read. Our extraordinary books are an elegant addition to any home or office, and make the perfect gift for Christmas, Birthdays, Father’s Day, Mother’s Day or any
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An Easton Press exclusive. The leather-bound Heirloom Edition THE HOLY BIBLE is available only from Easton Press. But because we sell directly to our readers, this magnificent volume is very affordable at three monthly payments of $159 each, which includes all shipping and service. As always when purchasing from Easton Press, your satisfaction
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An Easton Press exclusive. The leather-bound Collector Edition Gone with the Wind: 75 Years of The Great American Movie is available only from Easton Press. It cannot be found in any store. But because we sell directly to our subscribers, we can offer this gorgeous, lavishly illustrated leather-bound volume for three monthly
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Great On Kindle: A high quality digital reading experience. THE INTERPRETATION OF DREAMS Books That Changed the World Easton Press by A.A. (trans) Freud, Sigmund) Brill | Jan 1, 1992
Easton Press, a division of MBI, Inc., based in Norwalk, Connecticut, is a publisher specializing in high-quality leather-bound books. In addition to canonical classics, poetry and art books, they publish a large library of science fiction and popular literature as well. Some of Easton Press's products are arranged in monthly subscription series.
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Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea - Jules Verne - Easton Press - Edward A. Wilson Illustrations by Edward A. Wilson (Illustrator) Jules Verne (Author) | Jan 1, 1977 4.4 out of 5 stars 1,020
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Easton Press is a publisher of fine books, best known for their classic reprints. There is a brisk market in these books which are meant more for display than for reading. Most of their books have full leather covers, banded spines, gold gilt page edges, beautiful silk endpapers, attached satin book marks and more. Many […]
Skywald: A Lovecraftian Retrospective : Lovecraft
Now, even completionist comics nut that I am I don't own all of the Skywald Lovecraft-reference issues, but I do own many, and I also own two good reference works: From the Tomb #9 (2002) a high-quality British fanzine devoted to horror, pre-Code comics, etc.; and the expensive but hefty Skywald!
Iron Maiden: The Ultimate Unauthorized History of the Beast
Formed in east London in 1975, Iron Maiden went on to become one of the most successful rock acts in history. With more than 85 million album sales to their credit, the legendary metal band remains hugely popular worldwide: Their 2010 album, The Final Frontier, debuted at No. 1 in 30 countries and received unanimous critical praise.
James Castle: A Retrospective (Philadelphia Museum of Art
Lavishly illustrated with more than 300 full-color reproductions and packaged with an original documentary DVD illuminating fascinating aspects of his life and art, this book examines Castle’s drawings, color-wash works, idiosyncratic cardboard and paper constructions, and word, sign, and symbol pieces.
A Brief History of Quality Improvement in Health Care
Understanding these recent contributions to quality improvement in health care frames future directions and emphasis in complex fields such as spinal surgery. Abraham Flexner is an early contributor to the United States’ effort in quality improvement in that he performed a retrospective analysis and review of the system.
Quality Standards for Real-World Research. Focus
Thereby, high-quality studies could be identified to help address the limitations of current guidelines. These types of activities are planned by the REG as part of a structured initiative to move the field of real-world respiratory research forward, establishing standards, improving quality, and working toward better integration of high
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5. Close the retrospective. Close the retrospective with an appreciation for the hard work everyone did both during the iteration and during the retrospective. Before you end, take a few minutes to do a retrospective on the retrospective. Look at what went well and what you could do differently in the next retrospective.