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Traces of Light

Author : Ann Cooper Albright
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The first major English-language study of a legendary dancer

Traces of light in modernism

Author : Mika Kuraya
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Light Traces

Author : John Sallis
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What is the effect of light as it measures the seasons? How does light leave different traces on the terrain—on a Pacific Island, in the Aegean Sea, high in the Alps, or in the forest? John Sallis considers the expansiveness of nature and the range of human vision in essays about the effect of light and luminosity on place. Sallis writes movingly of nature and the elements, employing an enormous range of philosophical, geographical, and historical knowledge. Paintings and drawings by Alejandro A. Vallega illuminate the text, accentuating the interaction between light and environment.

Los rastros solitarios de la luz

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SPA Model Papers for Physics Skill 3 Volume B

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U S Geological Survey Circular

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The Penguin Book of Modern British Short Stories

Author : Malcolm Bradbury
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This anthology is in many was a ‘best of the best’, containing gems from thirty-four of Britain's outstanding contemporary writers. It is a book to dip into, to read from cover to cover, to lend to friends and read again. It includes stories of love and crime, stories touched with comedy and the supernatural, stories set in London, Los Angeles, Bucharest and Tokyo. Above all, as you will discover, it satisfies Samuel Butler's anarchic pleasure principle: 'I should like to like Schumann's music better than I do; I daresay I could make myself like it better if I tried; but I do not like having to try to make myself like things; I like things that make me like them at once and no trying at all ...'

Words of Light

Author : Eduardo Cadava
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Cadava presents a series of sensitive meditations on Benjamin's work, in which, like Benjamin himself, he explores the mass image and its role in the making of popular memory.

Technological Applications of Dispersions

Author : Robert B. McKay
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"This comprehensive guide illustrates the effects of dispersions in applications, the means necessary to achieve these effects with optical results, and how to overcome or avoid the difficulties encounteredemphasizing the dispersions of solid particles in liquid or solid media."

Pennsylvanian Geology of a Part of the Southern Appalachian Coal Field

Author : Harold Rollin Wanless
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Prehispanic Settlement Patterns in the Northwestern Valley of Mexico

Author : Jeffrey R. Parsons
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This monograph presents data from a systematic regional archaeological survey carried out over an area of ca. 600 square kilometers during May through December 1973 by the University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology. Six principal occupational cycles are identified: (1) a very sparsely settled Formative era (ca. 500 BC-100 AD) (2) substantial growth during the subsequent Classic period (ca. 100-600 AD) (3) settlement contraction dominated by a single major hilltop center during the Epiclassic (ca. 600-900 AD) (4) explosive growth during the Early Postclassic (ca. 900-1100 AD) (5) near depopulation during the Middle Postclassic (ca. 1100-1300 AD) (6) extensive reoccupation during the Late Postclassic into early Colonial times (ca. 1300-1600 AD) Numerous photographs illustrate details of a landscape that has been radically altered by urban sprawl and commercial agriculture since the time of the fieldwork.

Circular

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Technical Note National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics

Author : United States. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
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Small Arms and Light Weapons U S Policy and Views

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Abstract of the Exercise of Light Field Artillery

Author : Henry LAWSON (Captain in the Hon. Artillery Company.)
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American Gas light Journal and Chemical Repertory

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Light image imagination

Author : Martha Blassnigg
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Light Image Imagination is an anthology of text- and image-essays by international scholars and artists who lead critical discourses in audio-visual media history, practice and theory. The main focus of the contributions lies in discourses and topics around 19th and 20th century innovations in arts, media and technology, and their media-archaeological and philosophical foundations. It juxtaposes text and image-essays to stimulate dialogue and associative interconnections in order to discuss the creation, perception and projection of images (both mental and material) and their specific relationship with light and imagination. A key feature of both the individual contributions and the book as a whole is that disciplinary boundaries are challenged in order to amplify and enrich the thinking about mediated images. The anthology is accessible to a broad readership and will appeal especially to a constituency that views the boundaries between science, art and technology as a permeable and exciting territory to explore. The contributing authors and artists work at the interdisciplinary intersections of the Arts, Sciences and Humanities. Their expertise includes film and media theory, media archaeology, cinema history and theory, philosophy, history of science and technology, astronomy, computer music, literature studies, neuroscience, psychology, art history, art practice (painting, photography, film, video, digital arts; music composition).

Are there scientific traces of God A skeptics investigation

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The Scientific Transactions

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Purity Power and Pentecostal Light

Author : Christopher Jon Branstetter
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Around the turn of the twentieth century, revivalist Protestantism in America splintered into multiple pieces. Few persons of that era knew as many of the central figures of the splinter groups as Aaron Merritt Hills. Originally a Congregationalist who studied under Finney at Oberlin, Hills was a dyed-in-the-wool postmillennial revivalist until his death in 1935. While a Congregationalist, he befriended Reuben A. Torrey and made an enemy of Washington Gladden. In 1895 he joined the Holiness Movement after his experience of Spirit baptism. For the next forty years he founded colleges, held holiness revivals in both America and Britain, and wrote voluminously. While Hills himself is a lesser-known figure in the story of American Christianity, because of the many embroilments of his life, his story offers a unique window into the relationship between the Holiness Movement, Fundamentalism, Pentecostalism, American liberalism, and the Social Gospel Movement.