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In the fall of 2012, Johnny Manziel constructed the greatest freshman season the world of college football had ever seen. The young quarterback shattered long-standing records, upset Alabama in a star-making performance, became the first ever freshman to win the Heisman Trophy and lifted the football program at Texas A&M onto the stage of the elite. In an instant, Manziel became one of America's most popular athletes. Then the backlash came. Ridiculed for his use of social media and pounded by an unforgiving public for living life as he saw fit, the quarterback became a flashpoint for criticism and scorn. The controversy created an environment Manziel was unsure he could survive. Johnny Sophomore is the story of an extraordinary talent going through the most anticipated season in college football history. From a summer engulfed in scandal, to the season of hope that followed, this book offers a candid and vivid account of Manziel's ascent into becoming one of the greatest amateur quarterbacks of all time. With entertaining prose, Johnny Sophomore covers the season that witnessed Manziel grace the cover of Time magazine, battle Alabama and Auburn in two of the year's most thrilling games, and reminded everyone why he was the best player in college football by leading the heart stopping comeback against Duke on New Year's Eve.
This is Tom's second book and illustrates his bizarre, humorous and emotional ten-year journey in the world of club volleyball. Tom's three daughters participated in this roller-coaster environment for several different club teams. When Tom says, "Lunatic Rantings of a Volleyball Dad," he is not kidding. He loses his composure many times in the book and relates stories that are not normally discussed in polite conversation. He humorously takes on everyone who is associated with club volleyball: The players The coaches The volleyball officials The volleyball club rules Volleyball traditions The parents His wife Himself This book is for everyone. The young athletes will enjoy the book as much as the adults. The craziness found in club volleyball is probably relatable to all club sport teams. Enjoy! Tom's favorite volleyball cheer is, "Mirror, mirror on the wall, pretty girls don't play volleyball so let's get ugly." I think Tom has taken "ugliness" to a whole new level.
Forensic Botany: A Practical Guide is an accessible introduction to the way in which botanical evidence is identified, collected and analysed in criminal cases. Increasingly this form of evidence is becoming more important in forensic investigation and yet there are few trained botanists able to assist in such cases. This book is intended to show how useful simple collection methods and standard plant analysis can be in the course of such investigations and is written in a clear and accessible manner to enhance understanding of the subject for the non-specialist.
Clearly structured throughout, this book combines well known collection techniques in a field oriented format that can be used for casework. Collection of evidence differs from formal plant collection in that most professional plant collectors are gathering entire plants or significant portions of a plant for permanent storage and reference. Evidence frequently consists of fragments, sometimes exceedingly tiny. Exemplars (examples of reference plants) are collections of plants made in the manner a botanist would collect them. These collections are necessary to link or exclude evidence to or from a scene. Various methods that allow easy collection, transportation, and preservation of evidence are detailed throughout the book.
This book is written for those who have no formal background working with plants. It can be used as a practical guide for students taking forensic science courses, law enforcement training, legal courses, and as a template for plant collection at any scene where plants occur and where rules or laws are involved. Veterinarians, various environmental agencies, anthropologists, and archeologists are examples of disciplines that are more recently in need of plant evidence. Veterinarians are becoming more active in pursuing cases of animals that have been abused or are victims of illegal killing. Anthropologists and archeologists are often called to help with body recovery in outdoor environments. Environmental agencies are increasingly forced to adopt rules for resource protection, are in need of a guide for procedures for plant evidence collection and application.
The format of the book is designed to present the reader with all the information needed to conduct a botanical analysis of a crime scene; to highlight the forensic significance of the botanical evidence that may be present; how to collect that evidence in the correct manner and preserve and store that evidence appropriately- also shows how to conduct a laboratory analysis of the plants.
Significant advances have occurred in recent years in Europe and in North America in addressing agri-environmental policies. Land use issues tend to be more pressing in Europe than in the US as a whole because of different spatial exigencies. Because these advances have taken place within individual academic disciplines, there has been something of a loss of synergy and often efforts are duplicated.
While important institutional and legal differences still exist between the two continents, the sharing of recent scientific advances will benefit scientists on both sides of the Atlantic and this is the main purpose of this book. The primary features of the book are threefold. First, the authors aim to identify options for policy to overcome the challenges ahead related to future agri-environmental policies. Second, they synthesize existing knowledge and identify gaps in current knowledge along with future research needs. Finally, they explicitly compare agri-environmental interactions and approaches to their resolution in Europe and in the US.
This is the only major book of its kind that focuses specifically on the intersection between agricultural and environmental policies and issues. Furthermore, the multi-disciplinary approach taken in the volume, as well as the inclusion of authors from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, makes the book unique. This book will be of most value to university faculty and students interested in agriculture and the environment on both sides of the Atlantic, the text should also be of interest to informed laypersons as well as policymakers.
La Sainte Courtisane (French for "The Holy Courtesan") is an unfinished play by Oscar Wilde. He began work on the play in 1894, between writing Salome and The Importance of Being Earnest, but did not complete it before his trial and imprisonment. The original draft was left in a taxi cab by the author, and was never completed. The fragments were first published in 1908 in Methuen's Collected Works, along with an introduction by Robbie Ross which explained its intervening history: "At the time of Wilde's trial the nearly completed drama was entrusted to Mrs. Leverson, who in 1897 went to Paris on purpose to restore it to the author. Wilde immediately left the manuscript in a cab...All my attempts to recover the lost work failed. The passages here reprinted are from some odd leaves of a first draft. The play is of course not unlike Salome, though it was written in English. It expanded Wilde's favourite theory that when you convert some one to an idea, you lose your faith in it; the same motive runs through Mr. W. H." Wilde considered revisiting the play in 1897 after his release from prison, but he lacked motivation for literary work in this period.
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