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Discovering English Dialects
As long ago as the 1720's Daniel Defoe was pondering on the eccentricities of English dialects, and three hundred or so years before him John Trevisa had censured 'all the language of the Northumbrians' as harsh and incomprehensible. Variety in English sp ...
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English Canoe Classics - Volume 2
Twenty-eight great canoe & kayak trips An illustrated guide to some of the finest tours of southern England's waterways, from the Grand Union Canal in the South Midlands to the River Tamar in the South West. Scenic lakes, placid canals and broad rive ...
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Extreme Survivors - The Times Extreme Survivors : 60 of the World's Most Extreme Survival Stories
Extreme Survivors tells the illustrated story of sixty of the most daring escapes, famous shipwrecks, and ultimate survival stories. These are astonishing stories of human endurance and endeavour. Tales of sixty of the most daring escapes, famous shipwrec ...
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Fink - family conversation cards - Fink Cards
Fink™ cards are a great new tool to help family communication. A pack of 54 fun, thought-provoking conversation cards that will change your mealtimes forever! Set the table, open the Fink™ cards and prepare for your family to be transformed in ...
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Fiva - An adventure that went wrong
Winner of the Banff Festival Prize for Best Mountain and Wildernesss Literature 2012 Shortlisted for the Boardman Tasker Award 2012. Fiva: An Adventure That Went Wrong is the epic true account from Gordon Stainforth of a near-death experience on a mo ...
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Fly Another Day DVD
Six men set out on their quest to fly the length of Britain on paramotors. Like the earliest methods of aviation this is flying in it's most simple form. Suspended beneath a fabric wing and with a small propeller on their backs they set off on the journey ...
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Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire
Mongolia from pre-history to modern times This is a heavily illustrated, beautifully produced and accessible scholarly treatment of Mongol history for the wider public, offering a comprehensive view from pre-historic times to the modern age. The book is ...
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Long Way Round - Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman
From London to New York, Ewan and Charley chased their shadows through Europe, the Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Mongolia and Russia, across the Pacific to Alaska, then down through Canada and America. But as the miles slipped beneath the tyres of their big BMWs, ...
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Outdoor Adventure Manual
Haynes has joined forces with the Scout Association (who better?) to create this hands-on, inspirational manual for enjoying the great outdoors, whether hiking for the day or camping in the back of beyond. Featuring step-by-step guides to a range of key b ...
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Rachael - A remarkable record breaker
Published by Buxton and Moseley Rachael - A Remarkable Record Breaker. The Epic Tale of three Incredible Coast to Coast Walks by her ninth Birthday! Rachael's Records:- Record 1 The youngest proven Coast to Coaster, Rachael was seven years, t ...
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SAS Survival Handbook - How to Survive in the Wild, in Any Climate, on Land or at Sea
A new and fully updated edition of the original, bestselling survival handbook. Written by ex-SAS survival expert John 'Lofty' Wiseman, this book provides the most reliable, authoritative and respected survival information on the market. The original sur ...
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Shire Discovering London Street Names
Piccadilly, Pall Mall, Old Bailey, Houndsditch and Crutched Friars are some of the unusual London street names that must puzzle those who use them daily as much as they puzzle the tourist. How did they arise, and what do they mean? This book explains thes ...
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The Fishing Pocket Companion - Fishing Guide - Anova Books
This book is part of a collectable series. It is an attractive, handy pocket book full of fishy facts. From cod to rods, halibut to turbot, this fascinating and unique book takes a whole new angle on angling. Whether you're a stickleback-chaser or a marli ...
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The Stick Book
The stick is a universal toy. Totally natural, all-purpose, free, it offers limitless opportunities for outdoor play and adventure and it provides a starting point for an active imagination and the raw material for transformation into almost anything! As ...
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The Sweet Life
After a decade and a half of 'pure hedonism and indulgence' the author discovered by chance that his blood sugar levels were higher than they should be. Realizing the implications for Type 2 diabetes he embarked on a journey to right the wrongs of previo ...
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The Yellow Book : NGS Gardens Open for Charity - The National Gardens Scheme
Published annually in February by The National Gardens Scheme (NGS), "The Yellow Book" has detailed listings of thousands of gardens open for visiting, and is packed with photographs of gardens and informed comment. The so-called 'bible' of gard ...
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This Luminous Coast
Format:Hardback A highly original portrait of a popular region of Britain. Over the course of a year, Jules Pretty walked the coasts of Essex, Sufolk and Norfolk, completeing 400 miles on foot and travelling a further 100 miles by boat. Throughout histo ...
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Three Men on the Way Way
The West Highland Way is Scotland's first official Long Distance Route and runs near 100 miles from Milngavie to Fort William. It was nicknamed the 'Way Way' by a trio from Fife who set off to walk it in the year of the Millennium. This is not a guideboo ...
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Where Land Meets Sea - Imray Maps
Join us on a trip along the East Coast of England, famous for its big skies, sea views, winding creeks, sand, shingle ­ and mud! Our journey starts at Lowestoft, once a premier fishing port and now rapidly being redeveloped as a yachting centre. We en ...
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