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    Onto-Cartography: An Ontology Of Machines And Media
    Levi R. Bryant - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    A study of the spatial and temporal relations that constitute objects and relations between objects.
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    Orkney
    Amy Sackville - Paperback - Granta
    On a remote island a curiously-matched couple arrive on their honeymoon. He an eminent professor of literature, she his star pupil. Alone beneath the shifting skies of this untethered lansdscape, the professor realizes how little he knows about his bride. But what is it that constantly draws her to the sea.
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    The Oxford Edition Of The Works Of Robert Burns
    Robert Burns - Hardback - Oxford University Press
    This volume provides a major contribution to the understanding of the life and writings of Robert Burns, one of the most important Scottish and British poets of all time. It offers a glimpse into Burns' creative workshop, and records the self-conscious poetic development of a man who was endowed with none of the advantages of birth and education enjoyed by many other writers.
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    Old Dog, New Tricks
    Bali Rai - Paperback - Barrington Stoke
    When the Singh family move into a new house, their neighbour Mick is far from welcoming. He's mean to everyone and his racist beliefs make living next door hard for the Singhs. But Harvey is convinced that he can help Mick, he just needs to work out how!
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    On The Edge
    Nigel Hinton - Paperback - Barrington Stoke
    When Dillon's dad turns up unannounced to take him and his brother on a trip, Dillon isn't sure what to do: Mum's at work, they haven't seen Dad in months and Dillon's little brother Robbie is ecstatic to see his father. But something isn't right. Why won't Dad let them use their phones?
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    Ostrich Boys
    Keith Gray - Hardback - Nelson Thornes
    Kenny, Sim and Blake are about to embark on a remarkable journey of friendship. Stealing the urn containing the ashes of their best friend Ross, they set out from Cleethorpes on the east coast to travel the 261 miles to the tiny hamlet of Ross in Dumfries and Galloway.
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    Observations, Relative Chiefly To Picturesque Beauty, Made In The Year 1776, On Several Parts Of Great Britain: Particularly The High-Lands Of Scotland
    William Gilpin - Hardback - Cambridge University Press
    Clergyman, schoolmaster and writer on aesthetics, William Gilpin (1724-1804) published a series of works recording his observations on the picturesque across British landscapes. This two-volume work of 1789 describes a journey made principally through Scotland in 1776, taking in Edinburgh and the lochs, castles and rivers of the Highlands.
  • Cover scan of Observations, Relative Chiefly To Picturesque Beauty, Made In The Year 1776, On Several Parts Of Great Britain
    Observations, Relative Chiefly To Picturesque Beauty, Made In The Year 1776, On Several Parts Of Great Britain: Particularly The High-Lands Of Scotland
    William Gilpin - Paperback - Cambridge University Press
    Clergyman, schoolmaster and writer on aesthetics, William Gilpin (1724-1804) published a series of works recording his observations on the picturesque across British landscapes. This two-volume work of 1789 describes a journey made principally through Scotland in 1776, taking in Edinburgh and the lochs, castles and rivers of the Highlands.
  • Cover scan of Observations, Relative Chiefly To Picturesque Beauty, Made In The Year 1776, On Several Parts Of Great Britain
    Observations, Relative Chiefly To Picturesque Beauty, Made In The Year 1776, On Several Parts Of Great Britain: Particularly The High-Lands Of Scotland
    William Gilpin - Paperback - Cambridge University Press
    Clergyman, schoolmaster and writer on aesthetics, William Gilpin (1724-1804) published a series of works recording his observations on the picturesque across British landscapes. This two-volume work of 1789 describes a journey made principally through Scotland in 1776, taking in Edinburgh and the lochs, castles and rivers of the Highlands.
  • Cover scan of The Official History Of North Sea Oil And Gas
    The Official History Of North Sea Oil And Gas
    Alexander G. Kemp - Paperback - Routledge
    Written by the leading expert in the history of UK energy, this study provides new, in-depth analysis of the development of UK petroleum policies towards the North Sea oil and gas industry from the early 1960s to the early 1980s.

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