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About this Item: 1938. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Bound set of magazines entitled "The The Geographical Review", Volume XXVIII, that includes the quarterly issuse for the year 1938. Magazine issues are bound into black cloth hard cover boards, gilt lettering on spine. Book is in very good conditon, containing 746 pages, measures approximately 10" x 7" and is ex-libris from Rosenberg Library, Galveston, Texas. Many wonderful stories and illustrations, with the principal articles listed below: NORTH AMERICA Influences of Climate on the Cultivation of Citrus Fruits by Edward Ackerman - Water Resources Problems of the United States: A Comparison with Great Britain by Brysson Cunningham - The Cities and Towns of the High Plains of Michigan by Charles Davis - The Snake River Canyon by Otis Freeman - Racial Maps of the United States by Richard Hartshorne - Who Named Mount Washington? by Lawrence Martin - Earth Mounds in Unglaciated Arctic Northwestern America by A. E. Porsild - The Mono Craters, California by William Putnam - The Origin of Settlement Patterns in Rural New England by Edna Scofield - A Geographical Reconnaissance of the Cibao of Santo Domingo by William Van Royen - Rainfall Intensity Contrasts in Indiana: Causes and Consequences by Stephen Visher - Topograhical Notes on a Journey Across Labrador by E. P. Wheeler, 2nd - SOUTH AMERICA - Antiquity and Migrations of the Early Inhabitants of Patagonia by Junius Bird - The Orgin and Growth of the Brazilian Network of Towns by Pierre Deffontaines - The Drought Region of Northeastern Brazil by Friedrich Freise - The Changing Patterns of Population in Sao Paulo State, Brazil by Preston james - Auyantepui: Notes on the Phelps Venezuelan Expedition by G. H. H. Tate - EUROPE - The Vatnajokull Glacier: Preliminary Report on the Work of the Swedish-Icelandic Investigations by H. W. Ahlmann and Sigurdur Thorarinsson - The Economic Regions of Germany by Robert Dickinson - Catalonia: The Geographical Basis of Its Regionalism by E. H. G. Dobby - Agricultural Regions of the North Italian Plain by C. J. Robertson - Baltic Trade Relations: A Review by Eugene Van Cleef - AFRICA - Contrasts in African Farming: Aerial Views from the Cape to Cairo by Richard Light and Mary Upjohn - Land Utilization and Soil Erosion in Nigeria by Dudley Stamp - ASIA - Mapping in the Nanda Devi Basin by Arthur Emmons - Soil and Water Conservation in the Punjab by R. Maclagan Gorrie - The Exploration of the Aden Protectorate by W. H. Ingrams - Trade and Transshipment in the Yangtze Valley by Joseph Spencer - Ration Maps of China's Farms and Crops by Glenn Trewartha - AUSTRALASIA AND OCEANIA - American Contributions to Geographical Knowledge of the Central Pacific by S. Whittemore Boggs - Topography and Culture on Two Polynesian islands by E. G. Burrows - Geography and Politics in the Hawaiian Islands by Stephen Jones - WORLD AS A WHOLE - The Mediterranean Problem by W. Gordon East - THE OCEANS - The De Brahm Charts of the Atlantic Ocean 1772-1776 by Ralph Brown - GENERAL - Geography in the Creative Experiment by Isaiah Bowman - China's First Knowledge of the Americas by L. Carrington Goodrich - The Question of Colonies by C. B. Fawcett - The Economics of Conservation by Harold Innis - The Fifteenth International Geographical Congress, Amsterdam, 1938 by O. M. Miller and C. B. Hitchcock - Animal Geography: A Review by Robert Murphy - World Cotton Production and Trade: A Descriptive Analysis by C. J. Robertson - Submarine Canyons: Distribution and Longitudinal Profiles - Thirty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers -. Seller Inventory # 000181

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Lloyd Kiva New (Intro.)

Published by Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, Fort Worth, Tex. (1973)

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About this Item: Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, Fort Worth, Tex., 1973. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Former non-library owner's name inked out on T.p., otherwise clean throughout. Tight binding. Very slightly rubbed wrapper with very slight edgewear. Purchase supports the programs, operations and collections and collections preservation of the renowned Museum of Indian Arts & Culture Laboratory of Anthropology Library. Seller Inventory # 001816

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Jamey Aebersold

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About this Item: Jamey Aebersold Jazz, United States, 2015. Sheet music. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Twelve of the world s finest standards done in the popular Latin jazz style. A refreshing departure from the typical swing and bossa styles which have dominated jazz in the past, this set will invite you to experience playing with an authentic Latin rhythm section over the chords to popular standards. Rhythm Section: Mark Levine (p); David Belove (b); Harold Muniz John Santos (various percussion). Titles: St. Thomas * West Coast Blues * Soul Eyes * Body and Soul * Forest Flower * Have You Met Miss Jones * Desafinado * What is This Thing * What s New * Don t Blame Me * Opus De Funk * I Can t Get Started. Seller Inventory # AAC9781562242329

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Jamey Aebersold

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About this Item: Jamey Aebersold Jazz, United States, 2015. Sheet music. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Twelve of the world s finest standards done in the popular Latin jazz style. A refreshing departure from the typical swing and bossa styles which have dominated jazz in the past, this set will invite you to experience playing with an authentic Latin rhythm section over the chords to popular standards. Rhythm Section: Mark Levine (p); David Belove (b); Harold Muniz John Santos (various percussion). Titles: St. Thomas * West Coast Blues * Soul Eyes * Body and Soul * Forest Flower * Have You Met Miss Jones * Desafinado * What is This Thing * What s New * Don t Blame Me * Opus De Funk * I Can t Get Started. Seller Inventory # AAC9781562242329

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About this Item: Jamey Aebersold Jazz, United States, 2015. Sheet music. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The popularity of Latin jazz has been tremendous in recent years, and now this innovative play-along offers you these Charlie Parker originals in the Salsa/Latin jazz style. This rhythmically unique treatment of Bird s bebop classics inspires whole new directions in your playing. A new way to think about the music of Bird! Rhythm Section: Mark Levine (p); David Belove (b); John Santos (Timbales Miscellaneous Percussion); Harold Muniz (Congas Miscellaneous Percussion). Titles: Barbados * Marmaduke * Buzzy * Dewey Square * Yardbird Suite * Ornithology * Laird Baird * Moose the Mooche * My Little Suede Shoes * Bird Gets the Worm * Scrapple from the Apple * Donna Lee * Confirmation. Seller Inventory # BZV9781562242275

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Jamey Aebersold

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About this Item: Jamey Aebersold Jazz, United States, 2015. Sheet music. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Twelve of the world s finest standards done in the popular Latin jazz style. A refreshing departure from the typical swing and bossa styles which have dominated jazz in the past, this set will invite you to experience playing with an authentic Latin rhythm section over the chords to popular standards. Rhythm Section: Mark Levine (p); David Belove (b); Harold Muniz John Santos (various percussion). Titles: St. Thomas * West Coast Blues * Soul Eyes * Body and Soul * Forest Flower * Have You Met Miss Jones * Desafinado * What is This Thing * What s New * Don t Blame Me * Opus De Funk * I Can t Get Started. Seller Inventory # BZV9781562242329

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Published by Jamey Aebersold Jazz, United States (2015)

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About this Item: Jamey Aebersold Jazz, United States, 2015. Sheet music. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Finally, an authentic collection of Salsa/Latin favorites. Complete with syncopations, voicings, and bass figures guaranteed to make you play in whole new ways and expand your musical awareness. There is no drumset on this recording. The percussion is purely Latin/American and the rhythm section is tight. This is like no other play-along in the series. Rhythm Section: Mark Levine (p); David Belove (b); John Santos, Timbales Miscellaneous Percussion; Harold Muniz (Congas Miscellaneous Percussion). Titles: Sabor * Linda Chicana * Mambo Inn * ii/V7/I Cha Cha * ii/V7/I Bolero * Afro Blue * Come Candela * Delirio * Manteca * Curacao * Philly Mambo * Mindanao * Picadillo. Seller Inventory # BZV9781562242220

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Dr Hilarion M Henares Jr

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ISBN 10: 1978246188 ISBN 13: 9781978246188

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Preface I was born in Manila on April 10, 1924. That makes me 93 years of age today in 2017, old enough to meet and talk to every President that has ever been elected to lead our country. There were 16 of them all in all, Emilio Aguinaldo of the First Republic; Jose P. Laurel of the Japanese Puppet Republic; Manuel L. Quezon and Sergio Osmena, of the Philippine Commonwealth; and 12 from the Second Republic: Manuel A. Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P. Garcia, Diosdado Macapagal, Ferdinand Marcos, Corazon Cojuangco Aquino, Fidel V. Ramos, Erap Estrada, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, Benigno Aquino III, and Rodrigo A. Duterte. Count them, an even dozen. My greatest adventure was of the mind, when I was ten years old and in Grade Three. I participated in an IQ test taken by the Secretary of Public Instruction and all teachers and school supervisors and students in the Philippines. And was told by Secretary Joseph Hayden himself that I was the brightest in the land, with an IQ of 170, like that of Albert Einstein. My grandfather Don Daniel Maramba who became a Senator, was so proud of me he volunteered to buy all the books I wanted. The first I bought was a 20-volume set of the Book of Knowledge, which I read in 20 days and got myself a college education at the age of ten. From the age of 10 to 80, I read one book every day, a total of 25,500 books a day till I was 80 years old, lived the lives and imbibed the thoughts of the greatest minds of the 20th century. After World War II, I enrolled as a student in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the best engineering (CONT. INSIDE) TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Preface 01 World Figures 1. Albert Einstein 02 2. Robert Oppenheimer 02 3. Dwight D. Eisenhower 03 4. Sukarno 04 5. Tunku Abdul Rahman 05 6. Lee Kwan Yew 06 7. Syngman Rhee 07 8. Fujiyama Aichiro 08 9. Fung Ping Fan 08 10. Muhammad Ali 09 11. William Cameron Forbes 10 12. Helen Keller 11 13. Margaret Mead 12 Technological Giants 14. Edwin Land 13 15. Peter Carl Goldmark 14 16. Harold Edgerton 15 17. Lillian Gilbreth 16 Performance Artists 18. Nelson Eddy 17 19. Ingrid Bergman 18 20. Frank Sinatra 19 Philippine Presidents 21. President Emilio Aguinaldo 20 22. President Manuel L. Quezon 21 23. President Sergio Osmena 22 24. President Jose P. Laurel 23 25. President Manuel A. Roxas 24 26. President Elpidio Quirino 25 27. President Ramon Magsaysay 26 28. President Carlos P. Garcia 27 29. President Diosdado Macapagal 28 30. President Ferdinand E. Marcos 29 31. President Corazon C . Aquino 30 32. President Fidel V. Ramos 31 33. President Erap Estrada 32 34. Pres.Gloria Macapagal Arroyo 33 35. President Benigno Aquino III 34 36. President Rodrigo A. Duterte 35 Philippine Leaders 37. Imelda Romualdez Marcos 36 38. Senator Claro M. Recto 37 39. Senator Ninoy Aquino 38 40. Senator Raul Manglapus 39 41. Senator Lorenzo Tanada 40 42. Andres Soriano 41 43. Gonzalo Puyat 42 44. Prime Minister Cesar Virata 43 45. Amb.Kokoy Romualdez 43 46. Jose Concepcion 45 47. Raul Concepcion 45 48. Roberto Ongpin 47 49. Jaime Ongpin 47 50. Danding Cojuanco 48 51. Joaquin Bernas SJ 49 52. Bernie Villegas, Opus Dei 49 53. Hilarion G. Henares 51 54. Daniel Maramba 52 55. Alejandro Roces 53 56. Teodoro Benigno 54 57. Teodoro Locsin Jr. 55 58. Carlos Quirino 56 59. Alejandro Lichauco 57 60. Jejomar Binay 58 61. Johnny Litton 59 62. Jaime Cardinal Sin 60 63. Carlos P. Romulo 61 64. Washington Sycip 62 Beautiful Women 65. Susan Magalona 63 66. Tina Gamboa 64 67. Guia Balmori 65 68. Thalia Sodi 66 69. Cecilia Lichauco Henares 67 70. Elvira Manahan 68 71. Kris Aquino 69 72. Vilma Santos 70 73. Lea Salonga 72 Family 74. Atom Henares 73 75. Vicki Belo 73 76. Elvira L. Henares Esguerra 74 77. Kim Jacinto Henares 75 78. Scarlet Snow Belo 76 About the Author, End of Book 81. Seller Inventory # APC9781978246188

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Dr Hilarion M Henares Jr

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Preface I was born in Manila on April 10, 1924. That makes me 93 years of age today in 2017, old enough to meet and talk to every President that has ever been elected to lead our country. There were 16 of them all in all, Emilio Aguinaldo of the First Republic; Jose P. Laurel of the Japanese Puppet Republic; Manuel L. Quezon and Sergio Osmena, of the Philippine Commonwealth; and 12 from the Second Republic: Manuel A. Roxas, Elpidio Quirino, Ramon Magsaysay, Carlos P. Garcia, Diosdado Macapagal, Ferdinand Marcos, Corazon Cojuangco Aquino, Fidel V. Ramos, Erap Estrada, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, Benigno Aquino III, and Rodrigo A. Duterte. Count them, an even dozen. My greatest adventure was of the mind, when I was ten years old and in Grade Three. I participated in an IQ test taken by the Secretary of Public Instruction and all teachers and school supervisors and students in the Philippines. And was told by Secretary Joseph Hayden himself that I was the brightest in the land, with an IQ of 170, like that of Albert Einstein. My grandfather Don Daniel Maramba who became a Senator, was so proud of me he volunteered to buy all the books I wanted. The first I bought was a 20-volume set of the Book of Knowledge, which I read in 20 days and got myself a college education at the age of ten. From the age of 10 to 80, I read one book every day, a total of 25,500 books a day till I was 80 years old, lived the lives and imbibed the thoughts of the greatest minds of the 20th century. After World War II, I enrolled as a student in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the best engineering (CONT. INSIDE) TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Preface 01 World Figures 1. Albert Einstein 02 2. Robert Oppenheimer 02 3. Dwight D. Eisenhower 03 4. Sukarno 04 5. Tunku Abdul Rahman 05 6. Lee Kwan Yew 06 7. Syngman Rhee 07 8. Fujiyama Aichiro 08 9. Fung Ping Fan 08 10. Muhammad Ali 09 11. William Cameron Forbes 10 12. Helen Keller 11 13. Margaret Mead 12 Technological Giants 14. Edwin Land 13 15. Peter Carl Goldmark 14 16. Harold Edgerton 15 17. Lillian Gilbreth 16 Performance Artists 18. Nelson Eddy 17 19. Ingrid Bergman 18 20. Frank Sinatra 19 Philippine Presidents 21. President Emilio Aguinaldo 20 22. President Manuel L. Quezon 21 23. President Sergio Osmena 22 24. President Jose P. Laurel 23 25. President Manuel A. Roxas 24 26. President Elpidio Quirino 25 27. President Ramon Magsaysay 26 28. President Carlos P. Garcia 27 29. President Diosdado Macapagal 28 30. President Ferdinand E. Marcos 29 31. President Corazon C . Aquino 30 32. President Fidel V. Ramos 31 33. President Erap Estrada 32 34. Pres.Gloria Macapagal Arroyo 33 35. President Benigno Aquino III 34 36. President Rodrigo A. Duterte 35 Philippine Leaders 37. Imelda Romualdez Marcos 36 38. Senator Claro M. Recto 37 39. Senator Ninoy Aquino 38 40. Senator Raul Manglapus 39 41. Senator Lorenzo Tanada 40 42. Andres Soriano 41 43. Gonzalo Puyat 42 44. Prime Minister Cesar Virata 43 45. Amb.Kokoy Romualdez 43 46. Jose Concepcion 45 47. Raul Concepcion 45 48. Roberto Ongpin 47 49. Jaime Ongpin 47 50. Danding Cojuanco 48 51. Joaquin Bernas SJ 49 52. Bernie Villegas, Opus Dei 49 53. Hilarion G. Henares 51 54. Daniel Maramba 52 55. Alejandro Roces 53 56. Teodoro Benigno 54 57. Teodoro Locsin Jr. 55 58. Carlos Quirino 56 59. Alejandro Lichauco 57 60. Jejomar Binay 58 61. Johnny Litton 59 62. Jaime Cardinal Sin 60 63. Carlos P. Romulo 61 64. Washington Sycip 62 Beautiful Women 65. Susan Magalona 63 66. Tina Gamboa 64 67. Guia Balmori 65 68. Thalia Sodi 66 69. Cecilia Lichauco Henares 67 70. Elvira Manahan 68 71. Kris Aquino 69 72. Vilma Santos 70 73. Lea Salonga 72 Family 74. Atom Henares 73 75. Vicki Belo 73 76. Elvira L. Henares Esguerra 74 77. Kim Jacinto Henares 75 78. Scarlet Snow Belo 76 About the Author, End of Book 81. Seller Inventory # APC9781978246188

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Published by New York, Reinhold Publishing Corporation, (1992)

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About this Item: New York, Reinhold Publishing Corporation, 1992. Standardeinband. Ca. 140 Seiten Guter Zustand. INHALT: M. Alden Branch, C. Ingraham: P/A Awards Update: Washington's Monument: Harold Washington Library Center, Chicago / SEBUS Group. Phiilip Arcidi: Graceful landing: Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia / Adele Naude Santos. Thoms Fishe: Emerging Talent: Wesley Wei. Jim Murphy: P/A Awards Update: Vaguely Familiar: Colton Palms, Colton, California / Valerio Associates. Philip Arcidi, Thomas Fisher: Projects: Three Approaches to Urban Design / Koetter Kim, Agrest & Gandelsonas, Office of Metropolitan Architecture. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 380. Seller Inventory # 542977

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Jenkins, Sally et al

Published by Putnam's, N. Y. (2004)

ISBN 10: 0399151796 ISBN 13: 9780399151798

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About this Item: Putnam's, N. Y., 2004. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine+. B/W Photographs (illustrator). First (English). Learn about the Odd Stranger who was sold for $22,000 at the Fasig Tipton sale in August 2001. Learn about the training techniques of Robin Smullen and Barclay Tagg, or what you do with a horse whose throat fills up with mucus. Read about HORSE named : Bail Money, Phone Solicitor, Volponi, Peace Rules, Scrimshaw, Empire Maker, and Distorted Humor. read about the media (& public) hoopla before a big race and why you might want to ship your horse in the middle of the night. 279 pages, with b/w photos at center, about six high school friends who dreamed and WON !! Cond : Boards are grey with a red spine band. Gilt lettering on face and spine. D.J. is white with burgundy lettering. D.J. has a mosaic of colour photos - front, back, and spine. End-papers are white. Volume is tight, BRIGHT, and clean !! No names, marks, nor tears. Both spines fine. VERY giftable !! Quote (p. 93) : " . they gave you back a broken and trained two-year old that was ready to race. It only had to be led to the track and loaded into the gate. The fees from schooling horses helped pay the bills. They were good at it, and it provided a financial security that pinhooking couldn't. ". Seller Inventory # 004598

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Published by Jamey Aebersold Jazz, United States (2015)

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Published by Jamey Aebersold Jazz, United States (2015)

ISBN 10: 1562242229 ISBN 13: 9781562242220

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About this Item: Jamey Aebersold Jazz, United States, 2015. Sheet music. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Finally, an authentic collection of Salsa/Latin favorites. Complete with syncopations, voicings, and bass figures guaranteed to make you play in whole new ways and expand your musical awareness. There is no drumset on this recording. The percussion is purely Latin/American and the rhythm section is tight. This is like no other play-along in the series. Rhythm Section: Mark Levine (p); David Belove (b); John Santos, Timbales Miscellaneous Percussion; Harold Muniz (Congas Miscellaneous Percussion). Titles: Sabor * Linda Chicana * Mambo Inn * ii/V7/I Cha Cha * ii/V7/I Bolero * Afro Blue * Come Candela * Delirio * Manteca * Curacao * Philly Mambo * Mindanao * Picadillo. Seller Inventory # BZV9781562242220

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Harold N Moldenke

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ISBN 10: 1334006865 ISBN 13: 9781334006869

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2018. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from Phytologia, Vol. 28: Designed to Expedite Botanical Publication; May, 1974 Preto 3 km east of Cabeceiras; Irwin, Gresr, Souza, dos Santos 13826, from Serra dos Cristais ca. 25 km south of Crista lina; Irwin, Gresr, Souza, Q dos Santos lh2h5, from Serra Geral de Goias ca. 35 km north of Formosa; A, Macedo h185 (us), from Anapolis, Irwin, Maxwell Q Wasshausen 19361, from Pico dos Pirineus. Minas Gerais: A, Macedo M290, from Uberlandia. Polygala spggtabilis has thinner acuminate leaves, well defined petioles cm long, and subulate inflorescence bracts 3-8 mm long. Polygala sutranii Chodst (isotype ny) has fine-setulose (hairs o.h mm long) stems and leaves, as well as inflorescence glands narrowly cylindric and mm long. All other species in Sect. Ligustrina except P. Anatina Chodst have smaller flowers and/or acuminate leaves; that Peruvian exception (from the description and type photo) has obtusish leaves and large flowers, but ciliate alae, narrowly cylindric inflorescence glands 1 mm long, and a projecting lower stigma. It is somewhat surprising that such an abundantly collected species as P. Opima has not heretofore been described, but the foliar character seems definitive. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # AAV9781334006869

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Harold Frederick Loomis

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ISBN 10: 0243003641 ISBN 13: 9780243003648

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2018. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Phytologia, Vol. 28: Designed to Expedite Botanical Publication; May, 1974 Preto 3 km east of Cabeceiras; Irwin, Gresr, Souza, dos Santos 13826, from Serra dos Cristais ca. 25 km south of Crista lina; Irwin, Gresr, Souza, Q dos Santos lh2h5, from Serra Geral de Goias ca. 35 km north of Formosa; A, Macedo h185 (us), from Anapolis, Irwin, Maxwell Q Wasshausen 19361, from Pico dos Pirineus. Minas Gerais: A, Macedo M290, from Uberlandia. Polygala spggtabilis has thinner acuminate leaves, well defined petioles cm long, and subulate inflorescence bracts 3-8 mm long. Polygala sutranii Chodst (isotype ny) has fine-setulose (hairs o.h mm long) stems and leaves, as well as inflorescence glands narrowly cylindric and mm long. All other species in Sect. Ligustrina except P. Anatina Chodst have smaller flowers and/or acuminate leaves; that Peruvian exception (from the description and type photo) has obtusish leaves and large flowers, but ciliate alae, narrowly cylindric inflorescence glands 1 mm long, and a projecting lower stigma. It is somewhat surprising that such an abundantly collected species as P. Opima has not heretofore been described, but the foliar character seems definitive. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9781334006869

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About this Item: NEW YORK: Published by William Holdredge. 1850., 1850. 8vo.Tela editorial negra; título dorado en lomera; estampaciones en seco en ambos planos y lomo. BELLÍSIMO EJEMPLAR en IMPECABLE ESTADO de CONSERVACIÓN. 377 pp (las primeras viii en números romanos); bibliografía editorial, 3 h; 5 grabados en madera fuera texto.PRIMERA EDICION (de cinco) desconocida para Farinelli, Palau y Foulché-Delbosc que recogen sólo la de 1851. Las primeras 200 pp sobre Madeira; pp.201 - 333 sobre España. Al llegar en Barcelona describe la insurrección de Noviembre de 1842 y el asedio y bombardeo de la ciudad desde Montjuich. 'A popular travel book in its day by a well-known public man, describing European travel in the 1840's.' Smith Los grabados fuera texto son: (1) Ravine East of Funchal. (2) Funchal from St.John's. (3) House of Columbus. [ Porto Santo ] (4) Gibraltar from San Roque. (5) Galileo's Tower. [ Florence ] Madeira - Cádiz - Sevilla - Gibraltar - San Roque - Málaga - Almería - Cartagena - Alicante - Valencia - Barcelona. Harold F.Smith D57. García Romeral 536. NSTC 2D14654. cf.Farinelli III p.297. cf.Foulché-Delbosc 389. c f.Duarte de Sousa 233 (5a ed). cf.Palau 74 685. Seller Inventory # 1208263

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About this Item: LONDON: John Murray. 1831., 1831. 2 Vols. 8vo. Media piel y puntas de época; lomos ricamente dorados con nervios y dos tejuelos; filetes en seco en ambos planos; cortes amarmoleados en juego con los papeles de aguas de las guardas y planos.Vol I xi, 413 pp; bibliografía editorial al verso de p.413; 7 grabados en madera entre texto. Vol II vii, 377 pp; bibliografía editorial al verso de p.377 + 1 h; 5 grabados en madera entre texto.Slidell Mackenzie fue capitán de navío en la Marina estadounidense; la modestia por ser héroe de su propia narración es la razón de su publicación anónima. Las ilustraciones están prestadas de A Short History of Spain por Mrs.Callcott; son de trajes regionales y arquitectura árabe. Foulché-Delbosc, cuya paginación es errónea, cita ésta como la primera edición, pero apareció la de Boston dos años antes en 1829. 'Fue de los contados libros de esta clase que merecieron el elogio de Richard Ford, quien lo calificó de una obrita encantadora . Su narración de la vida cotidiana en Madrid, que pudo observar durante tres de los siete meses que permaneció en España, está particularmente bien escrita, y su veracidad es tan manifiesta que la Familia Real hizo saber su desagrado profundo respecto a ciertos comentarios que tuvo la indiscreción de escribir.' Robertson. Barcelona - Tarragona - Vinaroz - Murviedro - Valencia - Madrid - Segovia - El Escorial - Toledo - Manzanares - Córdoba - Sevilla - Cádiz - Gibraltar. Foulché-Delbosc 306 A. Farinelli III p.253. El Escorial en la Bib.Nac.E 88. Robertson (1975) p.347. Alberich 1036. Santos Madrazo pp.818 - 819. Palau 145 882. Williams: The Spanish Background of American Literature I p.65. cf.Harold F.Smith M29. García-Romeral 1570. Seller Inventory # 208734

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About this Item: LONDON: John Murray. 1831., 1831. 2 Vols. 8vo. Media piel y puntas de época; lomos con nervios anchos y adornos en seco y oro; gofrados en ambos planos; cortes amarmoleados en juego con los papeles de aguas de las guardas y planos.Vol I xi, 413 pp; bibliografía editorial al verso de p.413; 7 grabados en madera entre texto. Vol II vii, 377 pp; bibliografía editorial al verso de p.377; 5 grabados en madera entre texto. Ejemplar del Conde de Ilchester, con su Ex Libris armorial. Slidell Mackenzie fue capitán de navío en la marina americana; la modestia por ser héroe de su propia narración es la razón de su publicación anónima. Las ilustraciones están prestadas de 'A Short History of Spain' por Mrs.Callcott; son de trajes regionales y arquitectura árabe. Foulché-Delbosc, cuya paginación es errónea, cita ésta como la primera edición, pero apareció la de Boston dos años antes en 1829. 'Fue de los contados libros de esta clase que merecieron el elogio de Richard Ford, quien lo calificó de una obrita encantadora . Su narración de la vida cotidiana en Madrid, que pudo observar durante tres de los siete meses que permaneció en España, está particularmente bien escrita, y su veracidad es tan manifiesta que la Familia Real hizo saber su desagrado profundo respecto a ciertos comentarios que tuvo la indiscreción de escribir.' Robertson. Barcelona - Tarragona - Vinaroz - Murviedro - Valencia - Madrid - Segovia - El Escorial - Toledo - Manzanares - Córdoba - Sevilla - Cádiz - Gibraltar. Foulché-Delbosc 306 A. Farinelli III p.253. El Escorial en la Bib.Nac.E 88. Robertson (1975) p.347. Alberich 1036. Santos Madrazo pp.818 - 819. Palau 145 882. Williams: The Spanish Background of American Literature I p.65. cf.Harold F.Smith M29. García-Romeral 1570. Seller Inventory # 206456

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