Completely Cassidy – Drama Queen

Completely Cassidy

Author: Tamsyn Murray

Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1474919189

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 256

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Cassidy can’t wait to enrol at Dance and Drama Academy summer school! She's always dreamed of discovering her hidden talent - could she be a star in the making? But as auditions loom, Cassidy is gripped by stage fright. What if Cassidy's stage debut turns out to be an all-singing, all-dancing disaster?

Completely Cassidy – Star Reporter

Completely Cassidy

Author: Tamsyn Murray

Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1409579549

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 240

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Cassidy is determined to discover a hidden talent to help her stand out from the crowd. So when her petition to let girls wear trousers gets her noticed by the editor of the school mag, she's thrilled. Could she be a star reporter? But her plans go pear-shaped when her investigations mysteriously end up online. Who's leaking her top-secret gossip? "A total cringe-fest and total fun!" - Karen McCombie

Attack At Dead Man's Bay - Max Cassidy 3

Author: Paul Adam

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1409024628

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 384

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This is the third book in Paul Adam's fast and furious Max Cassidy thriller series. Teenage escapologist, Max Cassidy, knows for sure that his mother did not kill his father, his father is not even dead . . . But somebody seems very determined to prevent Max from discovering the truth - in fact, somebody wants him dead. In this, the final instalment of the thrilling Max Cassidy series, Max travels across the world; from London to San Francisco to Russia in his quest to be reunited with his family.

Thirty-hour Week Bill

Hearings ... on S. 158 and H.R. 4557 and Proposals Offered by the Secretary of Labor, April 25-28 and May 1-5, 1933

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Labor

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

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Page: 991

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The Dating Games #3: Double Date (The Dating Games Book #3)

Author: Melody Carlson

Publisher: Revell

ISBN: 144122114X

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 240

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The girls of the DG have found that through the club, both their friendships and their dating savvy have grown. But all that is about to be put to the test. Despite their promises of secrecy, word has somehow gotten out, and new girls want to join the club. The reaction in the DG is mixed, but with the Christmas Ball coming up, they need to pull together to organize their double dates. The trouble is, how can they get guys interested in a dance that's become increasingly unpopular? Cassidy, Devon, Abby, Bryn, and Emma are quickly becoming teen favorites as they navigate the crazy world of dating. As always, Melody Carlson subtly delivers great advice wrapped up tight in a package of fun and friendship.

In Search of Butch Cassidy

Author: Larry Pointer

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 0806187204

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

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Who was Butch Cassidy? He was born Robert LeRoy Parker in 1866 in Utah. And, as everyone knows, after years of operating with a sometime gang of outlaws known as the Wild Bunch, he and the Sundance Kid escaped to South America, only to die in a 1908 shootout with a Bolivian cavalry troop. But did he die? Some say that he didn’t die in Bolivia, but returned to live out a quiet life in Spokane, Washington where he died peacefully in 1937. In interviews with the author, scores of his friends and relatives and their descendants in Wyoming, Utah, and Washington concurred, claiming that Butch Cassidy had returned from Bolivia and lived out the remainder of his life in Spokane under the alias William T. Phillips. In 1934 William T. Phillips wrote an unpublished manuscript, an (auto) biography of Butch Cassidy, “The Bandit Invincible, the Story of Butch Cassidy.” Larry Pointer, marshalling an overwhelming amount of evidence, is convinced that William T. Phillips and Butch Cassidy were the same man. The details of his life, though not ending spectacularly in a Bolivian shootout, are more fascinating than the until-now accepted version of the outlaw’s life. There was a shootout with the Bolivian cavalry, but, according to Butch (Phillips), he was able to escape under the cover of darkness, sadly leaving behind his longtime friend, the Sundance Kid, dead. Then came Paris, a minor bit of facelifting, Michigan, marriage, Arizona, Mexico with perhaps a tour as a sharpshooter for Pancho Villa, Alaska, and at last the life of a businessman in Spokane. In between there were some quiet return trips to visit old friends and haunts in Wyoming and Utah. The author, with the invaluable help of Cassidy’s autobiography, has pieced together the full and final story of a remarkable outlaw—from his Utah Mormon origins, through his escapades of banditry and his escape to South America, to his self-rehabilitation as William T. Phillips, a productive and respected member of society.

McGraw-Hill's ACT, 2012 Edition

Author: Steven W. Dulan

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071763554

Category: Study Aids

Page: 560

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More new features and more test-taking practice online to help the 1.5 million students conquer the ACT! Includes two complete interactive practice tests online and two on CD-COM in addition to the four tests in the book New features include “Most Likely to Be on the Test” lists and “Have You Learned Everything You Need to Know” quizzes 8-week ACT Training Schedule—plus Emergency Plan in case the test is only days away

The Enzymes

Sulfate Esters, Carboxyl Esters, Glycosides, Hydration. Hydrolysis

Author: Paul D. Boyer

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0121227057

Category: Science

Page: 734

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Conteúdo: Hydrolosis: sulfate esters, carboxyl esters, glycosides; hydration.

How Markets Fail

The Logic of Economic Calamities

Author: Cassidy John,John Cassidy

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0141939427

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 400

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How did we get to where we are? John Cassidy shows that the roots of our most recent financial failure lie not with individuals, but with an idea - the idea that markets are inherently rational. He gives us the big picture behind the financial headlines, tracing the rise and fall of free market ideology from Adam Smith to Milton Friedman and Alan Greenspan. Full of wit, sense and, above all, a deeper understanding, How Markets Fail argues for the end of 'utopian' economics, and the beginning of a pragmatic, reality-based way of thinking. A very good history of economic thought Economist How Markets Fail offers a brilliant intellectual framework . . . fine work New York Times An essential, grittily intellectual, yet compelling guide to the financial debacle of 2009 Geordie Greig, Evening Standard A powerful argument . . . Cassidy makes a compelling case that a return to hands-off economics would be a disaster BusinessWeek This book is a well constructed, thoughtful and cogent account of how capitalism evolved to its current form Telegraph Books of the Year recommendation John Cassidy ... describe[s] that mix of insight and madness that brought the world's system to its knees FT, Book of the Year recommendation Anyone who enjoys a good read can safely embark on this tour with Cassidy as their guide . . . Like his colleague Malcolm Gladwell [at the New Yorker], Cassidy is able to lead us with beguiling lucidity through unfamiliar territory New Statesman John Cassidy has covered economics and finance at The New Yorker magazine since 1995, writing on topics ranging from Alan Greenspan to the Iraqi oil industry and English journalism. He is also now a Contributing Editor at Portfolio where he writes the monthly Economics column. Two of his articles have been nominated for National Magazine Awards: an essay on Karl Marx, which appeared in October, 1997, and an account of the death of the British weapons scientist David Kelly, which was published in December, 2003. He has previously written for Sunday Times in as well as the New York Post, where he edited the Business section and then served as the deputy editor. In 2002, Cassidy published his first book, Dot.Con. He lives in New York.