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The Wages of Fear

Georges Arnaud
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Georges Arnaud
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The Dante Trap

Arnaud Delalande
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Arnaud Delalande
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Become an Approved Driving Instructor

Colin Crane, Paul Pearson
Authors:
Colin Crane, Paul Pearson

This book will not only tell you how to become an Approved Driving Instructor (car) but also how to set up your own driving school. It's written for aspiring or trainee driving instructors, or experienced instructors who would like to move from working with another school to develop their own independent business, by two authors who have both done exactly that. In it you will discover how to; become a driving instructor while keeping training costs to a minimum; prepare your clients to pass their test - and enjoy a high pass rate; choose the best training areas; save GBP000s on your ADI training and future business costs; choose the most suitable training cars; run your business profitably and professionally; avoid time-consuming and frustrating pitfalls.Contents: About the authors; Preface; Introduction; 1. Become an approved driving Instructor; 2. Choosing your trainer; 3. Your training; 4. Choosing your car; 5. The ADI as a businessperson; 6. Working as an ADI; 7. Dealing with a new client; 8. Structuring yours lessons; 9. Planning lessons and training areas; 10. Preparing for the test and the test day; Appendix 1: web addresses and contact details; Appendix 2: ADI training information; Appendix 3: terminology used by examiners on the test; Appendix 4: first aid kits and accident books; Appendix 5: checklist for choosing your training car; Appendix 6: abbreviations; Index.

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People In Vogue

Robin Muir, Robin Derrick
Authors:
Robin Muir, Robin Derrick

The archives of British Vogue define modern portraiture. Its collection remains the essential barometer of the social and cultural changes of the last century. So, portrayed here are the great, the good, and, frequently, the infamous too. PEOPLE IN VOGUE provides an insight into those who, through talent, beauty, personality or an alchemical combination of all three, set a stamp on their age. From life-enhancers to the great catalysts of change. Princesses and pop stars. Models, writers and actors. Architects and designers. Society beauties and style dictators. Scientists and world leaders. They all appear here, fixed in their time by the 20th-century's leading photographers: Hoppe, Baron de Meyer, Horst, Beaton, Steichen, Snowdon, Parkinson, Bailey, Newton, Weber, Knight, Teller, Testino and others. A commentary accompanies each picture, describing the subject and their allure (or notoriety) in terms of their era, circumstance and lifestyle, frequently with the reactions of Vogue's critics and commentators. PEOPLE IN VOGUE is a unique modern archive of a century and beyond -- as stunningly produced as the people within its pages.

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Spoiled Rotten

Arthur Fleisher, Brian Goff, Fleischer Goff
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Arthur Fleisher, Brian Goff, Fleischer Goff
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Prince Rupert: Admiral and General at Sea

Frank Kitson
Authors:
Frank Kitson

This text takes up the story of Prince Rupert from 1647, when his army career came to an end, and examines his work as an admiral, then sometimes known as a general-at-sea.

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Prince Rupert

Frank Kitson
Authors:
Frank Kitson

This is a romantic and colourful story of Prince Rupert of the Rhine, an extraordinary military commander. General Kitson discusses Rupert's boyhood study of fortifications, the early campaigns, his military studies and battle procedures.

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Kidding Ourselves

Rhona Mahony
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Hachette acquires Neon Play

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Group Payroll Manager

Reporting to the Director of Accounting Services and supervising a team of three the Group Payroll Manager is an integral part of the Group Finance management team based in Abingdon, and significantly contributes to the successful performance of the team. You will be responsible for ensuring the continued success of the Group Payroll department within the Hachette UK Group, delivering timely, accurate payrolls in a professional, and customer service orientated environment.

Georges Arnaud

Henri Girald was a French author who used the pseudonym Georges Arnaud. He was born in France, in Montpellier. He is the author of the novel The Wages of Fear.

Arnaud Delalande

34-year-old Arnaud Delalande is a screenwriter and author, whose first novel, The Underground of Notre Dame, has been translated into several languages. His other novels are The Church of Satan and The Music of the Dead. He lives in France.

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