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V&a William Morris Evening Garden Eco Writer's Notecards

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Write a real note on a real card from a package of Writer's Notecards from Galison Green! Go ahead and enclose a snapshot or a cartoon. Each set of 100% recycled paper cards includes 12 cards--either 6 each of two designs or 3 of four--plus 13 colour-coordinated decorative envelopes with square flaps. They are packaged in a 4-3/4 x 6 x 1" recycled paper window box. The cards themselves are tent-fold, measure 4-1/4 x 5-1/5", and have a blank interior. Coloured square-flap envelopes are decorated with an element from the card design. Writer's Notecards coordinate with Writer's Notebook titles


The Green Card Guidebook

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Are you dating, engaged to, or married to someone from another country? You probably have tons of questions about the U.S. immigration process. The Green Card Guidebook covers all of the must-know details, including: Top green card myths What you should do RIGHT now even if you're not yet engaged How the government decides whether your relationship is legit Planning a wedding and honeymoon around tricky immigration timeframes, and Keeping sane during the sometimes challenging process. Start your immigration journey with the peace of mind that comes from learning the facts from a real immigration lawyer!


You Can't Have The Green Card

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Heartwarming, entertaining, mindboggling and inspiring, this memoir is bound to move the reader in more ways than one. Within a few years of making an unexpected discovery, a family of four, all of whom were born and raised in Iceland, became U.S. citizens. Veteran author, Gudjon Bergmann, tells his family's incredible story. His narration leads the reader through a number of events that seem closer to fiction than fact, challenging ideas about fate and destiny, while also disclosing the mundane challenges of moving from Reykjavik to Austin."You Can't Have the Green Card" is a unique saga that stretches all the way back to the U.S. occupation of Iceland in World War II. It tells of a love that seemed destined to last, the seductive charm of America, a long awaited family reunion, the cultural acclimation process, and how a number of serendipitous events can truly change lives. In addition, the story chronicles an inimitable version of the much debated U.S. immigration process. While naturalized citizens may draw parallels and see their lives mirrored to some degree, the story is mainly for people who enjoy reveling in the mysterious synchronicities of life.


Orange And Green

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The subject of Ireland is one which has, for some years, been a very prominent one, and is likely, I fear, for some time yet to occupy a large share of public attention. The discontent, manifested in the troubles of recent years, has had its root in an old sense of grievance, for which there was, unhappily, only too abundant reason. The great proportion of the soil of Ireland was taken from the original owners, and handed over to Cromwell's followers, and for years the land that still remained in the hands of Irishmen was subject to the covetousness of a party of greedy intriguers, who had sufficient influence to sway the proceedings of government. The result was the rising of Ireland, nominally in defence of the rights of King James, but really as an effort of despair on the part of those who deemed their religion, their property, and even their lives threatened, by the absolute ascendency of the Protestant party in the government of the country. I have taken my information from a variety of sources; but, as I wished you to see the matter from the Irish point of view, I have drawn most largely from the history of those events by Mr. O'Driscol, published sixty years ago. There is, however, but little difference of opinion between Irish and English authors, as to the general course of the war, or as to the atrocious conduct of William's army of foreign mercenaries towards the people of Ireland.


Percutaneous Treatment Of Left Side Cardiac Valves

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The success of the first edition of Percutaneous Treatment of Left Side Cardiac Valves has convinced us of the need to update this book in order to keep pace with the continuing rapid and dynamic evolution in the discipline. Once again, this practical guide is designed to provide the reader with complete state of the art information on the techniques and approaches to percutaneous treatment of left side cardiac valve disease. Numerous images will help the reader to understand in detail the steps of each procedure. The potential complications and expected or potential morbidity from each procedure are discussed in depth, and the best ways to manage them are carefully explained. The book is also intended as a reference covering the up-to-date knowledge contained in the literature on the application of transcatheter techniques to cardiac valves.



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