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Sometimes, we find friendship in the most unexpected places. When neighbourhood vandals smash the windows on the family car, ten-year-old Jordy is crushed. His old hand-me-down winter jacket has a big hole in the armpit, but now his parents won't be able to afford the new jacket they had promised him. Many of Jordy's neighbours have also been victims -- including Mrs. Brundle, an elderly woman whose precious lawn ornaments have been destroyed at the hands of the vandals. When Jordy hears that his new hockey teammate, Ryan, is the younger brother of one of the teens picked up for the vandalism, he isn't sure how to feel. But when Ryan shows up wearing a new winter jacket of his own, and it's the very one Jordy had wanted, Jordy is furious. In the end, an unexpected act of kindness from Mrs. Brundle gives Jordy the encouragement he needs to reach out to Ryan. And Jordy discovers that sometimes the best friendships appear when we least expect them.
November 1911. Lady Emily Hardcastle is celebrating her birthday by seeing a play at the Duke's Theatre in Bristol with her maid and confidante, the inimitable Flo. Act One is a triumph. Then Act Two opens with a body on stage--a real one. One of the cast has been brutally murdered during the interval. When other matters get in the way of Inspector Sunderland overseeing the case himself, he asks the ever-resourceful Lady H to keep a watchful eye on the suspects--and his police colleagues. Rustling up some cunning disguises of their own, she and Flo are soon in deep cover among the cast and crew, pulling back the curtain on some shocking secrets and rivalries... The problem is, everyone seems to have a motive, and everyone seems to have an alibi...In this locked-room mystery in which nothing is as it seems, the amateur sleuths need to put on the performances of their lives if they're to stand a chance of shining a spotlight on the truth...
Final Deadline: Foul Play without a Clue Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A locked door, a dead body. A millionaire industrialist dies under suspicious circumstances by an overdose of a prescription medication. But there is one peculiar circumstance. The victim had contacted his attorney to change his will only days before his demise, making the death all the more suspicious. Could someone have murdered the man to keep him from rewriting his will? Or was the death a suicide, or even perhaps an accidental overdose? Whodunit? Certainly not the butler. But only the reader can tell. Each ending reflects an "alternate reality" in which different choices and character dynamics lead to different conclusions of the story. Find your favorite ending, for only the reader can decide if it was murder, suicide, an accident, or something else ... Each twist and turn in the investigation by the detective brings a different conclusion to the story. The ten unique alternate endings allow the reader to choose their own favorite solution to the mystery--ten novels in one book!
Report of the Case, Paterson against Shaw, for a libel, by imputing to the pursuer false play at cards. Tried at Edinburgh on the 7th June, 1830. With an appendix of documents. (The notes of the evidences and speeches taken by I. W. Dickson and W. Bennet.). Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Sport, Physical Recreation and the Law Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
It is important for anybody involved in sport and physical recreation to be aware of the legal context in which their activity takes place, to develop an understanding of their legal responsibilities and to know what might happen if something goes wrong. Sport, Physical Recreation and the Law is the first textbook on this difficult subject for students and practitioners in sport and physical recreation. Covering a wide range of legal principles and cases, this textbook introduces the reader to legal systems, terminology, databases and the use of case law. Designed to encourage analysis, reflection and the application of examples and ideas from the reader’s own experience, the book clearly and comprehensively explains key topics such as: socio-legal aspects of sports violence and criminal liability negligence and defences against negligence manslaughter by individuals and organizations in sport principles of natural justice, disciplinary tribunals and doping discrimination, harassment and child protection risk management, statutory duties, and breaches of health and safety criminal liability – recognized sports, hazing, and cage fighting. Including over 300 exercises, hypothetical scenarios, investigative tasks and seminar activities, this book is an essential course text for all students of sport, recreation and the law, and an invaluable reference for coaches, physical education teachers and those who play, lead or organize sport and physical recreation.
Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary Reference Book with CD-ROM Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary defines the vocabulary students need to succeed in high school and beyond. Entries cover more than 2,000 content-area vocabulary items, as well as general academic vocabulary and full coverage of everyday words and phrases. The CD-ROM lets students search for vocabulary by subject area, includes audio of all entry words, offers word family and frequency information, and has a thesaurus and instant lookup feature. The CD-ROM is compatible with Windows XP/Vista and with Mac OSX 10.4 (32-bit only).
Summer 1911. A scorching heatwave engulfs the quiet town of Littleton Cotterell and brings about an unusually early harvest. The villagers are thrilled, but events quickly turn sour when one of them turns up dead in an apple orchard, stabbed through the heart. Amateur sleuth Lady Hardcastle and her trusty lady's maid, Flo, suddenly have a juicy case on their hands. Might the mysterious stranger they recently met in the village be to blame? When a second cider-related murder takes place, it quickly becomes clear that there's more to these mysterious deaths than meets the eye. The daring duo uncover whispers of an ancient order and moonlit rituals. And evidence points to a macabre secret in the village stretching back years. A secret someone will do anything--anything at all--to keep hidden. Something is rotten, that's for sure. With the local constabulary baffled, Lady Hardcastle and Flo must use all their powers of wit and whimsy to get to the bottom of the dastardly deed. But can they catch the killer before any more people drop dead?
Patterns of Injury Among Female Rugby Players Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Rugby, a full contact sport played recreationally by both men and women, exposes participants to a high risk of injury. This cross-sectional study explored the patterns of injury among female rugby players in the U.S. and investigated several potential risk factors. A convenience sample of 364 females playing rugby in the U.S. was surveyed. Players had a mean age of 25.7 years. The majority of players (83.0%) had sustained an injury within their most recent 3 months of play. The general patterns of injury, reported as prevalence rates, indicated the most commonly injured body site was the head (28.3%) followed by knee (27.5%), fingers (27.5%), shoulder (26.4%), neck (21.4%), and ankle (21.2%). The types of injuries reported included strains/sprains (33.2%), concussions (11.5%), tears (7.7%), fractures (6.9%), and dislocations (5.5%). Patterns of injury were also investigated in terms of a strict study definition of injury. When only considering injuries sustained within the most recent three months which caused players to seek professional medical attention or prevented participation in rugby activities or normal work/school activities for e"even days, 159 of the 364 players (43.7%) were classified as injured. Among these 159 individuals, the sites most often injured, reported as prevalence rates, were shoulder (24.8%) followed by knee (22.9%), ankle (15.3%), and head (13.4%). Types of injuries sustained included strains/sprains (47.1%), tears (17.4%), fractures (16.1%), concussions (12.3%), and dislocations (11.0%). Over a third of the injured players reported sustaining injuries to more than one site (37.6%) and injuries of more than one type (33.6%) at their most recent injury event. The tackle was the phase of play most commonly associated with injury. Additionally, 12.7% of the injured players believed they had been injured as the result of foul play. Multivariate analyses found that while unpenalized foul play was significantly associated with injury, the use of protective equipment, warming up prior to playing, alcohol use, and a willingness to take risks were not associated with injury. The results of a comprehensive examination of injury in U.S. female rugby players had not been previously reported. Thus, this study fills a unique position