Bianca Author Henry Kimball Hadley
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044040513962
Release 1918
Pages 143
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Bianca has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Bianca also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Bianca book for free.

Urban Form in the Arab World

Urban Form in the Arab World Author Stefano Bianca
ISBN-10 3728119725
Release 2000
Pages 347
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Urban Form in the Arab World has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Urban Form in the Arab World also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Urban Form in the Arab World book for free.

Disgraceful Affair

Disgraceful Affair Author Bianca Lamblin
ISBN-10 1555532519
Release 1996
Pages 184
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In this intimate memoir, Bianca Lamblin tells the story of her menage a trois with Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre, and their abandonment of her, a Jew, at the onset of World War II.


Bianca Author Bertrice Small
ISBN-10 9781101607510
Release 2012-10-02
Pages 448
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Florentine silk merchant Giovanni Pietro d’Angelo and his wife want nothing more than to marry their daughters to wealthy men of distinction. But when their son is implicated in a tragic accident, it is their eldest daughter, Bianca, who must pay the price—by marrying the powerful and debauched Sebastiano Rovere in exchange for his silence. Bianca flees the cruel union and seeks shelter in a seaside villa where she discovers the possibility of love at last. But Florentine society will never approve of the man she’s chosen: Prince Amir, grandson of Mehmet the Conqueror. Two passionate lovers. Two different worlds determined to keep them apart.


Bianca Author Robert Elegant
ISBN-10 9781466863279
Release 2014-01-28
Pages 352
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Bianca: A Novel of Venice by Robert Elegant At the height of the Renaissance, one vibrant city triumphs over the rest of Europe in nearly every aspect of human life: painting, music, architecture, banking, publishing, medicine and manufacturing. Her empire reaches the Black Sea and her trade, Asia. This is the illustrious and famed Venice, fierce in war and passionate in love. Dotting this flourishing city-state, the nobility glitters with sumptuous finery, lush parties and savory meals. Never has there been such an aristocracy as this, the wealthiest circle in this wealthiest of cities. And of these, never has there been a more intriguing woman than one Lady Bianca Capello, who rises to power when vaulting ambition in young ladies is anything but a virtue. If her soul belongs to her homeland, Bianca's heart belongs to Francesco de' Medici, scion of the richest ruling family in Europe, at once the most powerful and the most glamorous. To the public, the match seems a perfect one-the union of society's two most influential people can only mean glad tidings for politics. To the two lovers, their devotion extends well beyond the politic and into the sublime. But every rose has its thorn. Evil forces even in her own circles begin to work against Bianca: noblemen plan to humiliate her and a scheming brother-in-law pits his allies against her. Love has been known to conquer all, but Bianca and her beloved never dreamed that would include battles, conquests, espionage, death-wishes and hatred. Love confronts the enemy it never suspected: beauty.

The Chinese Garden

The Chinese Garden Author Bianca Maria Rinaldi
ISBN-10 9783034610650
Release 2011-01-01
Pages 176
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With their centuries-long development, the English landscape garden, the formal French garden, as well Japanese and Chinese gardens constitute an unparalleled repository of design solutions familiar throughout the world. They are frequently drawn upon as reference works, but often in a piecemeal and haphazard fashion and from botanical or art-historical vantage points. That is where the books of this new series come in. They present the various garden types from the perspective of contemporary landscape and garden design. Starting from the formidable beauty of the world’s most distinguished gardens, they point the way toward the essential compositional principles, the plants most commonly utilized and their most characteristic uses, and the possibilities for employing them in contemporary projects, thus providing readers with a rich source of inspiration for their own designs and creations. The panorama of "The Chinese Garden" stretches from the surviving historical gardens all the way to such modern examples as the garden at the Bank of China in Hong Kong (designed by I. M. Pei), Ai Weiwei’s Yiwu Riverbank Park, the Garden of Flowering Fragrance in the Los Angeles, California, region and the Garden of Awakening Orchids in Portland, Oregon.

Empress Bianca

Empress Bianca Author Lady Colin Campbell
ISBN-10 9780955350702
Release 2008
Pages 446
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To her father, she was a princess. To her first husband, she was the perfect wife and mother. But to the other men in her life she was so much more. Daughter of a Welsh Surveyor who had brought his Palestinian wife to Mexico at the end of World War II to seek his fortune, Bianca was raised always to expect the best of everything. She quickly discovered, however, that the best was never going to be enough. Charming, attractive, vivacious and extremely aware of her power over rich and powerful men, she sought nothing less than to be the absolute ruler of international society. Reluctantly but ruthlessly contriving to bring about the end of her marriage to Bernardo, she quickly allowed herself to become wedded to the fortunes of Ferdie, the psychologically unstable scion of the powerful and rich Piedraplata family, whose international concerns include commerce, banking and jewelry. However, when deep cracks start to form in their glamourous jet-set lifestyle together, Bianca turns to the calculating and amoral Philippe Mahfud, an Iraqi business associate of Ferdies, to help her attain the wealth and status she secretly covets. Lady Colin Campbells compulsive dbut novel is a tale of charm, intrigue and cold-blooded murder set among the high flyers of twentieth-century international society. Follow Empress Bianca from her earliest days as a middle-class housewife in post-war Mexico as she lies, cheats, schemes and seduces her way to the top. A veritable monster of vanity and pretension, captured with deadly accuracy in Lady Colins lucid prose, Bianca leaves her mark on every couturiers salon, chic restaurant or exclusive gathering she walks into, cutting an unmistakable swathe through socialcircles and gossip columns from the late 1950s right up to today. See international society the way insiders see it. See it through Empress Bian

E U Sales Directive

E U  Sales Directive Author C. Massimo Bianca
ISBN-10 9789050951937
Release 2002
Pages 386
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European standards of interpretation (including interpretation of comparativelaw) and reference to the directive and to instruments of European law are now part of sound legal practice even in the most routine of domestic cases. The huge reforms in many national laws, in some countries the rewriting of their Code to reflect the Directive, is no more than good approximation. What really matters and what ultimately will be the decisive standard is the Directive. The Geneva Conventions on bills of exchange and cheques, the Vienna Convention on the International Sale of Goods and the Brussels Convention on jurisdiction and recognition of judgments were milestones. They did not, however, influence national private law in its core area as profoundly and as extensively as the EU Sales Law Directive will. This book starts off by explaining the instruments of European law and their influence on national law and lays solid foundations for a thorough transnational understanding of every single provision of the directive. Also discussed are the philosophical, historical and economic foundations of the different rules, which are followed by a detailed commentary on each individual article. Contributions to this book are made by: C.M. Bianca, M. Bridge, W. van Gerven, F. Gomez, S. Grundmann, E. Hondius, P. Malinvaud, A. Luna Serrano, P. Sirena and S. Stijns.


I BELONG Author Bianca Lepori
ISBN-10 1452558884
Release 2012-11-29
Pages 156
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A change of perspective. By seeing cancer from the point of view of an embodied evolving monad rather than simply as a physical body threatened with death, the book questions cultural stereotypes and clears illusions about disease and traditional medicine. It is about accepting cancer as a pointer towards our true nature, thus about honoring the disease as something that needs to be understood rather than fought, as a hidden message that needs to be listened to. It describes a personal experience that gives evidence of cancer as an opportunity to heal the soul and as a challenge to uncover individual responsibility towards ourselves and the fulfilling of our destiny. Despite Eastern and Western types of cure and alternative, complementary, shamanistic and energetic treatments, the book explains how the final healing occurs when karmic wounds are dissolved, thus when present life patterns have found their causes within the Universal Law of Rebirth. The purpose of disease thus explained and broken the pattern of suffering, cancer can therefore be seen as instrumental in bringing joy and meaning to one’s life.

Children of the Father King

Children of the Father King Author Bianca Premo
ISBN-10 080787695X
Release 2006-05-18
Pages 368
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In a pioneering study of childhood in colonial Spanish America, Bianca Premo examines the lives of youths in the homes, schools, and institutions of the capital city of Lima, Peru. Situating these young lives within the framework of law and intellectual history from 1650 to 1820, Premo brings to light the colonial politics of childhood and challenges readers to view patriarchy as a system of power based on age, caste, and social class as much as gender. Although Spanish laws endowed elite men with an authority over children that mirrored and reinforced the monarch's legitimacy as a colonial "Father King," Premo finds that, in practice, Lima's young often grew up in the care of adults--such as women and slaves--who were subject to the patriarchal authority of others. During the Bourbon Reforms, city inhabitants of all castes and classes began to practice a "new politics of the child," challenging men and masters by employing Enlightenment principles of childhood. Thus the social transformations and political dislocations of the late eighteenth century occurred not only in elite circles and royal palaces, Premo concludes, but also in the humble households of a colonial city.

Touring Poverty

Touring Poverty Author Bianca Freire-Medeiros
ISBN-10 9780415596541
Release 2012
Pages 200
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"The book takes the reader on a journey through Rocinha, a neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro which is advertised as 'the largest favela in Latin America.' Biana Freire-Medeiros presents interviews with tour operators, guides, tourists and dwellers to explore the vital questions raised by this kind of tourism."--P. [iii].

White River Happiness

White River Happiness Author Bianca Phipps
ISBN-10 9781312849334
Release 2015-02-14
Pages 38
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The first chapbook from Bianca Phipps, "White River Happiness" is a foray into the world of written and spoken word.

Capital Market Implications of Earnings Quality

Capital Market Implications of Earnings Quality Author Bianca Ahrens
ISBN-10 9783899369212
Release 2010
Pages 280
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In his speech from 1998 the former chairman of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Arthur Levitt pointed out that trust "is the bedrock of our capital markets" and that this must not be shaken by the erosion of earnings quality. He made clear that it is the challenge of the whole financial community to counteract such a development. This thesis deals with the question whether the importance of earnings for the capital market varies with its quality. The question arises, because in recent years a large number of firm scandals has shaken the trust in the reliability of reported earnings. In order to properly address the research questions, the literature on earnings quality definitions, quality measures as well as implications of earnings quality on capital markets is reviewed and critically discussed. The author investigates whether well known results concerning capital market implications of earnings quality remain stable for all measures considered. She answers the question of how earnings quality affects firm value, cost of equity capital, and the accuracy of analysts' forecasts taking into account the effects of determinants of earnings quality.

Television and Sponsorship

Television and Sponsorship Author Bianca Ford
ISBN-10 UCSC:32106010034673
Release 1993
Pages 211
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Offers a comprehensive and challenging picture of the past, present and future role of sponsorship on television. This book is intended for TV and marketing professionals wishing to devise successful sponsorship strategies for the future.

Welcome to the Fifth Dimension

Welcome to the Fifth Dimension Author Bianca Gaia
ISBN-10 9781556438400
Release 2010
Pages 337
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"A comprehensive, accessible, and grounded guide to living in a continual state of Grace through the practice of Quintessence, a self-coaching approach that brings together many leading New Age disciplines"--Provided by publisher.

The Enlightenment on Trial

The Enlightenment on Trial Author Bianca Premo
ISBN-10 9780190638740
Release 2017-01-19
Pages 336
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This is a history of the Enlightenment--the rights-oriented, formalist, secularizing, freedom-inspired eighteenth-century movement that defined modern Western law. But rather than members of a cosmopolitan Republic of Letters, its principal protagonists are non-literate, poor, and enslaved litigants who sued their superiors in the royal courts of Spain's American colonies. Despite growing evidence of the Hispanic world's contributions to Enlightenment science, the writing of history, and statecraft, the region is conventionally believed to have taken an alternate route to modernity. This book grapples with the contradiction between this legacy and eighteenth-century Spanish Americans' active production of concepts fundamental to modern law. The Enlightenment on Trial offers readers new insight into how Spanish imperial subjects created legal documents, fresh interpretations of the intellectual transformations and legal reform policies of the period, and comparative analysis of the volume of civil suits from six regions in Mexico, Peru and Spain. Ordinary litigants in the colonies--far more often than peninsular Spaniards--sued superiors at an accelerating pace in the second half of the eighteenth century. Three types of cases increased even faster than a stunning general rise of civil suits in the colonies: those that slaves, native peasants and women initiated against masters, native leaders and husbands. As they entered court, these litigants advanced a new law-centered culture distinct from the casuistic, justice-oriented legal culture of the early modern period. And they did so at precisely the same time that a few bright minds of Europe enshrined new ideas in print. The conclusion considers why, if this is so, the Spanish empire has remained marginal to the story of the advent of the modern West.

The European Union

The European Union Author Bianca C. Hostetler
ISBN-10 1600211631
Release 2006
Pages 173
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The primary focus of the chapters presented in this book is the European Union. The EU is a treaty-based, institutional framework that defines and manages economic and political co-operation among its 25 member states (Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom). The Union represents the latest stage in a process of European integration begun after World War II to promote peace and economic prosperity in Europe. This European integration project has evolved from encompassing primarily economic sectors to include developing a common foreign policy and closer police and judicial co-operation. With the end of the Cold War, the Union has also sought to extend the political and economic benefits of membership, especially to central and eastern Europe. This book examines the Union's expectations of the future, and the relationships that it has with countries in other parts of the world.