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Star Wars: Episode I - Incredible Cross-Sections - The Definitive Guide to the Craft of Star Wars Episode I (Repost)

Star Wars: Episode I - Incredible Cross-Sections - The Definitive Guide to the Craft of Star Wars Episode I by Hans Jenssen
English | May 10, 1999 | ISBN: 078943962X | 32 Pages | PDF | 54,5 MB
CHIP touch! (appstars) - Das iPhone & iPad Magazin Mai/Juni 04/2013

CHIP touch! (appstars) - Das iPhone & iPad Magazin Mai/Juni 04/2013
True PDF | 12 MB | 100 Pages | German

"Dictionary of pure and applied physics" by Dipak Basu (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by exLib at March 4, 2012
"Dictionary of pure and applied physics" by Dipak Basu (Repost)

"Dictionary of pure and applied physics" by Dipak Basu
COMPREHENSIVE DICTIONARY OF PHYSICS
СRС Press | 2001 | ISBN: 084932890X 9780849328909 | 383 pages | djvu | 5 MB

Clear, precise definitions of scientific terms are crucial to good scientific and technical writing-and to understanding the writings of others. Authoritative definitions of more than 3,000 terms covering a range of pure and applied disciplines: acoustics biophysics communications electricity electronics geometrical optics low-temperature physics magnetism medical physics physical optics The editor has taken care to ensure each entry is as self-contained as possible, to include terms from the frontiers of technology, and to omit obsolete terms that can clutter a search.

touch! don't touch! Music for Theremin (2006)  Music

Posted by hopscotch at June 29, 2009
touch! don't touch! Music for Theremin (2006)

touch! don't touch! Music for Theremin (2006)
Classical | EAC (APE, CUE & NO LOG) | 200 MB

Forget everything that you have heard up to now. There is no limit, everything is possible!
The theremin is the only instrument that is made to sound without being touched. The hands of the performer dance in the air, whereas traditional musical instruments are made to sound by blowing, bowing, plucking or striking. Invented by the Russian Lev Theremin in the 1920s, the theremin fell into oblivion for decades, one of the reasons being that only few compositions were written for this instrument. In TOUCH! DON’T TOUCH!, Barbara Buchholz and Lydia Kavina resume the thread of the history of the theremin with the help of new compositions and interactive projection. Five German and four Russian composers were commissioned to write pieces for two theremins and instrumental ensemble. The cooperation between these composers have placed a special emphasis on exploration and experiment, based on the possibilities of the instrument.

Judith Siefring (ed), "The Oxford Dictionary of Idioms (2nd Edition)"  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tired at June 20, 2009
Judith Siefring (ed), "The Oxford Dictionary of Idioms (2nd Edition)"

Judith Siefring (ed), "The Oxford Dictionary of Idioms (2nd Edition)"
Oxford University Press | 2nd Edition | 2004 | ISBN: 019852711X | 348 pages | siPDF | 8.9 MB

The Oxford Dictionary of Idioms presents more than 5,000 idioms explaining the meaning and origin of metaphorical phrases, similes, sayings, and proverbs from thoughout the English-speaking world. Full of fascinating and surprising facts, this dictionary is the perfect guide for everyone with an interest in this most colourful and quirky aspect of the English language.

John Ayto, "The Oxford Dictionary of Slang"  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tired at June 20, 2009
John Ayto, "The Oxford Dictionary of Slang"

John Ayto, "The Oxford Dictionary of Slang"
Oxford University Press | 1999 | ISBN: 019280104X | 480 pages | siPDF | 16.9 MB

Slang is language with its sleeves rolled up, colorful, pointed, brash, bristling with humor and sometimes with hostility. Here, John Ayto has brought together over 10,000 slang words and phrases common to 20th-century English, to provide a comprehensive and highly engaging guide to the most outspoken corner of our language. Unlike most such dictionaries, this volume is organized thematically, with slang words gathered under such headings as "the body and its functions" or "sustenance and intoxication."
R. W. Holder, "How Not To Say What You Mean: A Dictionary of Euphemisms (3rd Edition)"

R. W. Holder, "How Not To Say What You Mean: A Dictionary of Euphemisms (3rd Edition)"
Oxford University Press | 3rd Edition | 2002 | ISBN: 0198604025 | 521 pages | siPDF | 13.3 MB

From its first appearance in 1987 as A Dictionary of American and British Euphemisms, Bob Holder's work has been the standard reference book tor those studying the language of evasion and understatement. This new edition, renamed How Not To Say What You Mean, has been completely rewritten. It retains old favourites while adding over a thousand new entries, which reflect modern euphemistic terms on such issues as marriage, race, homosexuality, drug-taking, and security of employment. The quotations which accompany entries are both illustrative and interesting in their own right. Where appropriate, the etymology of a term is explained, giving a philological insight into this universally used, but little studied, branch of our language.

Touch & Go - I Find You Very Attractive (1999)  Music

Posted by L@ter at May 6, 2009
Touch & Go - I Find You Very Attractive (1999)

Touch & Go - I Find You Very Attractive (1999)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG + MP3 | 279 MB | 44,24 min. | Full Covers
Label: V2/BMG Music | Instrumental, Jazz-Pop |Russian Version | RAR 3% Rec.

Touch and Go is a jazz-pop ensemble from the United Kingdom. Their most notable singles include "Would You…?", "Straight… to Number One", and "Tango in Harlem". In October 1998, "Would you…?", a track marked by its distinctive sampling of a woman's voice saying "I've noticed you around / I find you very attractive / Would you go to bed with me?", reached the #3 spot on the UK pop music chart. It became a hit in Europe, particularly in Eastern Europe where the ensemble toured extensively. "Would You…?" has been included on such television show soundtracks as the American G String Divas and the cult British series As If. The track has also been sampled for San Pellegrino, Carlsberg, and Nokia advertisements.

touch! don't touch! (Music for Theremin) (2006)  Music

Posted by peachfuzz at May 5, 2007
touch! don't touch! (Music for Theremin) (2006)

touch! don't touch! Music for Theremin
EAC (APE & CUE) | Classical | 1 CD / 201 MB
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The theremin is the only instrument that is made to sound without being touched. The hands of the performer dance in the air, whereas traditional musical instruments are made to sound by blowing, bowing, plucking or striking. Invented by the Russian Lev Theremin in the 1920s, the theremin fell into oblivion for decades, one of the reasons being that only few compositions were written for this instrument.
Jerry Vale - We've Only Just Begun (1969/2018) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Jerry Vale - We've Only Just Begun (1969/2018)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 33:25 minutes | 764 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Jerry Vale's beautiful high-tenor voice graced many of the most enchanting pop songs of the '50s and '60s, including a parade of Italian-American favorites like "Innamorata (Sweetheart)," "Volare," "Amore, Scusami," and his signature song, "Al Di La." Vale, born Genaro Louis Vitaliano in 1932, learned the Italian repertoire from an early age; his mother often sang around the house and trotted out the old songs at extended-family gatherings. While shining shoes at a local barber shop at the age of 11, young Vitaliano began singing popular songs for customers while he worked. He was soon sent to a vocal coach, where he learned piano as well as voice. Over the course of just four years, he'd progressed from school productions to paying gigs to residencies at supper clubs around New York City.