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01 / 10 - All in alphabetical order. - (2,617 links). 02/04/2017 The main purpose of the site is to permanently preserve the history of the squadron, but perhaps more importantly, it is a means to bring the veterans and families of the 113 together to ensure that the legacy of our heroes is passed on to our grandchildren, great grandchildren and all future generations of our families to come. This site and everything in it belongs individually or collectively to all the veterans of the Royal Air Force 113 Squadron, their friends and their families. 08/11/2017 17 Seconds ...A Measure of Life. The rantings and ravings of a thirty-something music fan, from Edinburgh, Scotland. I've been writing this blog since July 2006. I also write for Is This Music?, God Is In The TV and Louder Than War . I've had my own show on Fresh Air radio, DJed in Edinburgh and Glasgow, and in 2008 set up 17 Seconds Records. 19/04/2017 10/01/2018 20/03/2017 02/08/2017 22 Billion Energy Slaves. The end of the age of abundance and our response to it. 10/03/2017 22/03/2017 22/08/2016 26/02/2017 26/02/2017 26/02/2017 02/10/2016 03/01/2016 Asharq Al-Awsat is the world’s premier pan-Arab daily newspaper, printed simultaneously each day on four continents in 14 cities. Launched in London in 1978, Asharq Al-Awsat has established itself as the decisive publication on pan-Arab and international affairs, offering its readers in-depth analysis and exclusive editorials, as well as the most comprehensive coverage of the entire Arab world. 22/08/2016 02/10/2016 08/04/2017 20/02/2018 ABPic is the photographic library run by Air-Britain, the worldwide membership of enthusiasts and historians. We accept high quality picture submissions from across the globe with all photos undergoing an individual screening process to ensure the quality of our collection. Please do browse the site, come back regularly and do let us know what you think. 22/08/2016 08/04/2017 17/09/2017 29/01/2017 19/12/2016 SALSER is a union catalogue of serials holdings for Scottish universities, the municipal research libraries of Edinburgh and Glasgow, numerous smaller Scottish research libraries and the National Library of Scotland. Through SALSER, users can not only discover which serials are held where; they can also connect to the participating libraries' On-line Public Access Catalogues (OPACs) for more detailed holdings information. 25/05/2016 African Affairs is published on behalf of the Royal African Society and is the top ranked journal in African Studies. It is an inter-disciplinary journal, with a focus on the politics and international relations of sub-Saharan Africa. It also includes sociology, anthropology, economics, and to the extent that articles inform debates on contemporary Africa, history, literature, art, music and more. 06/03/2017 21/09/2016 22/12/2016 22/12/2016 22/12/2016 12/12/2016 AoB PLANTS is an open-access, online journal that has been publishing peer-reviewed articles since 2010, with an emphasis on all aspects of environmental and evolutionary plant biology. Published by Oxford University Press, this journal is dedicated to rapid publication of research articles, reviews, commentaries and short communications. The taxonomic scope of the journal spans the full gamut of vascular and non-vascular plants, as well as other taxa that impact these organisms. AoB PLANTS provides a fast-track pathway for publishing high-quality research in an open-access environment, where papers are available online to anyone, anywhere free of charge. 28/03/2016 Apollo is the UK’s largest privately-owned liquid adhesive, sealant, coating & primer manufacturer. We supply high-performance products worldwide across a range of industrial, construction, roofing and end-user markets. Supply is direct and via distributors, under Apollo and private-label brands. Established 1972 in Tamworth, customers recognise Apollo for our technical expertise, service and eagerness to build mutually beneficial long-term partnerships. 27/01/2016 Response to the American Psychiatric Association: DSM-5 Development. The British Psychological Society. 11/01/2016 The Nottingham Arabidopsis Stock Centre (NASC) provides seed and information resources to the International Arabidopsis Genome Programme and the wider research community. It was established in April 1991 as part of the Plant Molecular Biology initiative of the Agricultural and Food Research Council (AFRC). It is based in the Plant Science Division of the School of Biosciences at the University of Nottingham, Sutton Bonington Campus, UK. Maps of the campus and directions to get here are available. The Centre is funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), the EU and the University of Nottingham. The Stock Centre is managed by Sean May. 08/04/2017 05/02/2016 Arthur Bostrom is a British actor and writer, resident in the UK, with many TV and stage roles to his credit. He is best known for his role as Crabtree in the hit BBC comedy series 'Allo 'Allo!. 08/04/2017 25/02/2017 07/02/2017 Eclipses Online is HMNAO's canon of eclipses which contains a wealth of information on solar and lunar eclipses past, present and future. In conjunction with the US Naval Observatory, we have provided a canon of eclipses based on software used in the production of The Astronomical Almanac. This canon provides global and local circumstances, animations and eclipse panoramas for partial, annular, total and hybrid solar eclipses in the period 1501 CE to 2100 CE. Similarly, global circumstances of penumbral, partial and total lunar eclipses are available for the same period. Most of the information can be downloaded. 25/02/2017 25/02/2017 25/02/2017 25/02/2017 25/02/2017 08/04/2017 16/02/2016 he market leader in the field of children's activity and learning books, Autumn Publishing was formed in the late 1970's and was acquired by the Bonnier Publishing Group in 1999. Based in West Sussex, the publishers aim to help develop children’s skills and abilities as part of the exciting process of growing up. Autumn Publishing produces high quality children’s books with strong educational integrity that are equipped to help make learning fun!. Ranges such as “Help with Homework” are created by a team of educational consultants, writers, illustrators and designers who help to generate materials suitable for children from pre-school through to Key Stage 2. 27/01/2016 A World to Win News Service is put out by A World to Win magazine, a political and theoretical review inspired by the formation of the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement, the embryonic center of the world’s Marxist-Leninist-Maoist parties and organizations. 27/01/2016 Czech and Slovak Literature in English, (a brief bibliography of translations, with some related links). James Naughton. 27/01/2016 The British Association for Fair Trade Shops was set up in 1995 by Aileen Garden, then Manageress of Gateway World Shop, Durham. We originally provided a membership organisation mainly for handicrafts’ shops selling fair trade goods. We do not provide certification for members or their products. 11/11/2017 17/08/2016 23/05/2017 THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. In the summer of 1940, 2,937 aircrew took part in an historical battle against the Luftwaffe that was to become the only battle to be fought entirely in the air, this battle has become known as the 'Battle of Britain', the pilots and aircrew known as 'the Few'. Historians state the Battle of Britain is considered to be as important in Military History as the battles of Waterloo and Trafalgar. These brave pilots came from all walks of life their average age being 20 years old, they came from many countries to join the fight. Many were trained and experienced pilots but most had come from ordinary civilian life to become fighter pilots with RAF Fighter Command. 23/05/2017 The Battle of Britain Monument is a spectacular physical monument in London. It was deliberately designed to be “at people level”. The aim is for people to physically interact with the monument itself. The core of the monument is a number of scenes, not just of the Battle of Britain itself, but also related topics of both military and ordinary life at that time. The scenes depict also workers who were supporting the airmen in the Battle, like: the spotters looking for enemy planes, the ground technical staff, women working in munitions factories, along with people in the blitz. 23/08/2016 05/01/2017 05/01/2017 The Belfast Group Writing Workshop. Stephen Enniss. The following history of the Belfast Group was written by Stephen Enniss, circa 2000. At the time Enniss was Modern Literature Curator in the Special Collections Department (now the Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library or MARBL) and worked with Chuck Spornick, the Director of the Lewis H. Beck Center for Electronic Collections (now part of Emory’s Center for Digital Scholarship) to create the original “The Belfast Group” website. Small, silent changes have been made to this essay to update it based on new information about the Group and the collections. 01/11/2015 Belfast International Arts Festival. Ulster Bank Belfast International Arts Festival 2015 – 9 October - 1 November. 03/01/2017 07/07/2016 Biblio is committed to preserving the environment. We were the first bookselling marketplace to offer carbon-offsetting on all orders shipped through our site. This program, ecosend, is accomplished in partnership with Native Energy, whose projects include building sustainable communities. We also offset carbon emissions from internal operations, practice recycling, energy-efficiency, compost, paper reduction where possible, and encourage buying local to reduce the carbon footprint. 29/03/2016 Birding Beijing was launched in August 2010 by Terry Townshend, a British birder living and working in Beijing. Through this website he celebrates the birds that can be found in and around China’s vibrant capital city. He is indebted to the growing number of birders in Beijing, both Chinese and expat, who contribute a huge amount to the content found on this site. 31/03/2017 27/09/2016 Blog - physicsworld. News, views and information for the global physics community from Institute of Physics Publishing. 27/01/2016 Spoon Graphics. Design Tutorials, Graphic Design Articles and Free Resource Downloads from the blog of Graphic Designer Chris Spooner. 01/02/2017 04/03/2016 The Boxgrove Project is a multi-disciplinary research team undertaking various aspects of Palaeolithic field work and analysis. The Project is responsible for the management of the Boxgrove site as well as co-ordinating wider Palaeolithic excavations and research. This site contains new and updated pages covering the latest result from the Boxgrove excavations, the Valdoe Survey, Beedings and other work undertaken by the team. All pages can be navigated from the above links. Boxgrove Project is based at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London and is funded by English Heritage. 09/10/2016 04/06/2016 Ivy Compton-Burnett. English Novelist, 1884-1969. An introduction by Hilary Spurling. Ivy Compton-Burnett is a puzzle. She was born in 1884, within a year or so of Virginia Woolf, James Joyce and D.H. Lawrence, but her particular originality could hardly be further from the strenuous pioneering effort, the stylistic shock tactics and underlying romanticism of the giants of the Modern Movement. 04/06/2016 A Compton-Burnett Précis. By Sara Compton-Burnett. Dame Ivy Compton-Burnett: A well-kept secret. 16/04/2017 08/04/2017 09/02/2016 From the Social Science team at the British Library. It records the projects we are involved in as well as events, resources and research methods. Aimed at anyone with an interest in social sciences from academics and students to policy-makers, practitioners and journalists. 28/10/2017 26/10/2015 The online catalogue of Chadwyck-Healey's Nineteenth Century Collection details over 22,000 books and pamplets, republished on microfiche, covering every imaginable aspect of nineteenth century life. 03/09/2017 03/09/2017 03/09/2017 12/12/2015 History of Northern Ireland Education System. 09/02/2016 There is no shortage of things to do and see in the park. From exploring the nature and wildlife found in the mountainous trails of Tolmount or relaxing on the beach of Loch Morlich – it’s simply breathtaking. The Cairngorms is a natural playground. The area offers watersports, snowsports some incredible walking, cycling routes and has 12 golf courses. It’s even home to the only sleddog centre, and the first permanent bridge-based bungee jump, in the UK. 09/02/2016 CAN. Growing Social Business. Supporting social enterprises and charities to scale up their businesses and maximise their impact. We provide business support and capital as well as running CAN Mezzanine, high-quality and affordable office space exclusively for the social sector. 05/02/2016 Cambridge Astronomy Survey Unit. Institute of Astronomy, Madingley Road, Cambridge CB3 0HA, UK. 08/04/2017 05/02/2016 The home of the RISKS Mailing List web pages, the Zircon IRC client, the Virtual Memorial Garden and Bifurcated Rivets. 05/02/2016 Bifurcated Rivets: A compendium of eclectica for epopts. 07/02/2016 The Homepage of Lindsay Marshall. I'm a senior lecturer in the School of Computing Science at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne where I give (deliver, teach, expound?) a whole bunch of courses. My main research interests are mobile computing, pedagogy (particularly learning support systems), web stuff and anything else that takes my fancy really. The machine this is being sent to you from is Follow the link if you want to know what catless means. 07/02/2016 Bifurcated Rivets. Eclectica for epopts. 30/10/2015 07/02/2016 Some Programs. 07/02/2016 Zircon, an X11 Client for IRC. Release 1.18. 05/02/2016 The Risks Digest. Forum On Risks To The Public In Computers And Related Systems. ACM Committee on Computers and Public Policy, Peter G. Neumann, moderator. 07/02/2016 The Risks Digest. Index to Volume 1. Saturday, 31 May 1986. 07/02/2016 The Risks Digest. Volume 10: Issue 64. Wednesday 21 November 1990. 07/02/2016 The Risks Digest. Volume 10: Issue 67. Friday 7 December 1990. 07/02/2016 The Risks Digest. Volume 10: Issue 72. Wednesday 19 December 1990. 07/02/2016 The Risks Digest. Volume 10: Issue 78. Tuesday 22 January 1991. 02/07/2017 Classic British Flight Sim has been around since 2001, evolving from the forum that Tom Matthews had originally set up for David Maltby's website. In those days, Rick Piper was largely a painter, hence the title of his website "Rick's Paintshop". Due to technical problems, the original forum disappeared, but resurfaced again, thanks to the generosity of Henk Hugo at the Shackleton Project in South Africa. Henk allowed CBFSIM to have a section on his forum for some 18 months. It was during this time, some of the original members of CBFSIM decided they would like to bring the forum back to the UK, and have the forum run and managed in house. 18/09/2017 02/07/2017 UK Data Service Census. UK Data Service Census Support is funded by the ESRC to provide access to, and support for, a range of census data and resources. The population censuses are a vital resource for social scientific research and policy development, providing a snapshot of demographic and social life in the UK that helps inform government policy at local and central level. They are collected by three census agencies. It is a research resource without peer for social scientists, academic and practitioner alike. UK Data Service Census Support is a service of the UK Data Service composed of data specialists at JISC, University College London and the Universities of Edinburgh, Leeds and Manchester. 09/05/2017 13/03/2017 The CEP is an interdisciplinary research centre at the LSE Research Laboratory. It was established by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) in 1990 and is now one of the leading economic research groups in Europe. The CEP studies the determinants of economic performance at the level of the company, the nation and the global economy by focusing on the major links between globalisation, technology and institutions (above all the educational system and the labour market) and their impact on productivity, inequality, employment, stability and wellbeing. 09/02/2016 Publications. Centre for Economic Performance, CEP. 09/02/2016 Browse discussion papers ... The process of dissemination of our research findings begins with a Working Paper presented to a seminar. If revised and approved by the Programme Director, it goes into our Discussion Paper series which is distributed to some 500 academics, journalists, officials and institutions around the world. Most Discussion Papers then get published in refereed journals and in many cases eventually become accepted as the conventional wisdom. Where the Centre has made enough progress on an issue, we encourage those concerned to write a definitive book, and we have produced many of these. 06/06/2016 The Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) was founded in 1983 to enhance the quality of economic policy-making within Europe and beyond, by fostering high quality, policy-relevant economic research, and disseminating it widely to decision-makers in the public and private sectors. Drawing together the expertise of its Research Fellows and Affiliates, CEPR initiates, funds and coordinates research activities and communicates the results quickly and effectively to decision makers around the world. The Centre is an independent, non-profit organization and takes no institutional policy positions. 06/06/2016 Research by CEPR Research Fellows and Affiliates appears initially in the CEPR Discussion Paper series. These Discussion Papers are circulated widely to other specialists in the research and policy community so that the results of the research receive prompt and thorough professional scrutiny. The Centre produces more than 700 Discussion Papers each year. Discussion Papers are listed by Programme Area here and by year of publication here. 25/03/2016 CERCOPAN is a conservation charity operating in Cross River State, South-eastern Nigeria, the location of the oldest and most biodiverse rainforests in Africa. Over 60% of the country’s endangered plant and animal species occur here. CERCOPAN was founded in 1995, by Canadian Zena Tooze, the name CERCOPAN was given to the organisation to reflect the species held at the rehabilitation centre (CERCO for both Cercopithecus and Cercocebus an PAN the Greek word for all). In 2003, the organisation changed its name to ‘Centre for Education, Research, and Conservation of Primates and Nature’ (retaining CERCOPAN as an acronym) to more accurately reflect its activities and focus. 10/12/2014 14/08/2016 Charles Darwin Works. Free Public Domain Books by Charles Darwin. From the Classic Literature Library. DARWIN, Charles Robert (1809-82), British scientist, who laid the foundation of modern evolutionary theory with his concept of the development of all forms of life through the slow-working process of natural selection. His work was a major influence on the life and earth sciences and on modern thought in general. 12/12/2016 DARWIN, Charles Robert (1809-82), British scientist, who laid the foundation of modern evolutionary theory with his concept of the development of all forms of life through the slow-working process of natural selection. His work was a major influence on the life and earth sciences and on modern thought in general. 12/12/2016 On the Origin of Species by the Classic British Author Charles Darwin. Free Public Domain Book from the Classic Literature Library. 10/02/2017 12/12/2016 The Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection by the Classic British Author Charles Darwin. Free Public Domain Book from the Classic Literature Library. 05/01/2015 01/04/2017 23/05/2017 Science Museum Group Collection. 08/04/2017 24/03/2017 24/03/2017 24/03/2017 08/01/2017 02/07/2017 Common Purpose runs leadership development programmes across the UK that inspire and equip people to work together across boundaries. Common Purpose was established as a charity in 1989. Common Purpose UK is a subsidiary of The Common Purpose Charitable Trust, with both bodies being registered with the Charity Commission under the Registered Charity number 1023384. 07/02/2016 Welcome to my unit conversion tool. Convert one unit to another fast and effectively. Just type in the number you want to convert and select the unit type you want to convert from. All related units will be converted in one go so you don`t have to keep trying over and over again. This is quite frankly the fastest converter out there so enjoy. 07/02/2016 Ernie Noble (28-1-1924 to 2-6-2004). 2665446 GDSMN G.E.NOBLE, 2 COY., 3BN. Coldstream Guards, C.M.F. 07/02/2016 Croner will deliver tangible improvements and clear benefits to your organisation, we can work with you by supporting the HR department or as a fully outsourced model for HR and line managers. We have established relationships with clients across a number of industry sectors. Croner HR and employment solutions are designed for today’s economic environment and are provided by experts that truly understand the needs of your organisation, taking into account the company’s strategic direction and objectives. Whether you require enabling tools to solve HR management issues or expert back up and a second opinion, we will be able to offer our qualified expertise. 07/01/2015 07/01/2015 22/10/2016 The Crimean War Research Society (2014) was set up at the AGM in York on 26th April 2014 as successor to the original, but now dissolved CWRS (a registered charity). The CWRS has always had two main aims. Firstly, to honour and remember all those that fell in the war. Secondly, to study the war in its entirety: to educate about the war; to preserve and promote the availability of contemporary documents; to preserve and publish personal histories and diaries; to record memorials, monuments and relics, and through our journal, The War Correspondent, to provide a medium for the publication of original research, analysis and comment about all aspects of the conflict. 14/07/2017 Darwin Online is the largest and most widely consulted edition of the writings of Darwin ever published. It is probably the most extensive scholarly website devoted to any historical figure. This website contains over 212,000 pages of searchable text and 220,000 electronic images, at least one exemplar of all known Darwin publications, reproduced to the highest scholarly standards, both as searchable text and electronic images of the originals. The majority of these have been edited and annotated here for the first time with more than 4,900 original editorial notes. This website also provides the largest collection of Darwin's private papers and manuscripts ever published: c. 20,000 items across c. 100,000 images, thanks primarily to the kind permission of Cambridge University Library. 20/09/2016 23/11/2014 02/08/2017 The Bodleian Libraries’ collections are extraordinary and significant—both from a scholarly point of view and as material that has an historic and aesthetic richness that holds value for non-academic users. Each year the Libraries serve more than 65,000 readers, over 40% of them from beyond the University, while its critically-acclaimed exhibitions attract almost 100,000 visitors annually. In an effort to make portions of our collections open to a wide variety of users from around the world for learning, teaching and research, the Bodleian Libraries have been digitizing library content for nearly twenty years. The result is over 650,000 freely available digital objects and almost another 1 million images awaiting release. 17/10/2016 17/10/2016 17/10/2016 17/10/2016 15/01/2016 Discovery holds more than 32 million descriptions of records held by The National Archives and more than 2,500 archives across the country. Over 9 million records are available for download. 23/12/2015 The only interactive map of Gibraltar on the web. 13/02/2016 Oxford Forestry Institute. Department of Plant Sciences. University of Oxford. As a consequence of major changes in structures and financing within the University the Oxford Forestry Institute has been fully incorporated into the Department of Plant Sciences. Research into forestry issues continues, as previously, in the areas of ecology, silviculture, sustainable management and biodiversity (genetics to taxonomy). Please visit the web pages of the Department of Plant Sciences and look under Research. These pages remain to serve as an static archive of material for the benefit of those involved in forestry research. 11/05/2017 03/09/2017 03/09/2017 20/03/2017 13/02/2016 The Endangered Archives Programme. The Programme's aim is to contribute to the preservation of archival material that is in danger of destruction, neglect or physical deterioration world-wide. This is achieved principally through the award of grants in an annual competition. The grants provide funding to enable successful applicants to locate relevant endangered archival collections, to arrange their transfer to a suitable local archival home where possible, to create digital copies of the material and to deposit the copies with local institutions and the British Library. 16/01/2015 18/10/2016 Eduardo Alessandro Studios. Scottish Contemporary Art. One of the East Coast's largest independent galleries, Eduardo Alessandro Studios was established in 1978 and have since gained a reputation for showcasing paintings, prints, ceramics, sculpture, applied arts and jewellery by some of the most collectable contemporary artists from Scotland, the UK and abroad. In addition to well known established names the gallery regularly shows work by new talent. 11/03/2015 28/02/2015 15/12/2015 The Italian or the Confessional of the Black Penitents. A Romance, by Ann Radcliffe. The University of Adelaide Library. 28/03/2017 08/04/2017 26/10/2016 03/04/2016 The Waste Land (1922). T.S. Eliot. 13/02/2016 Early Music is a stimulating and richly illustrated journal, and is unrivalled in its field. Founded in 1973, it remains the journal for anyone interested in early music and how it is being interpreted today. Contributions from scholars and performers on international standing explore every aspect of earlier musical repertoires, present vital new evidence for our understanding of the music of the past, and tackle controversial issues of performance practice.érables_(musical) 10/12/2017 10/12/2017 13/02/2016 The National Assembly for Wales (Welsh: Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru) is a devolved assembly with power to make legislation in Wales. It is commonly also known as the Welsh Assembly. The Assembly comprises 60 members, who are known as Assembly Members, or AMs (Aelod y Cynulliad). Members are elected for five-year terms under an additional members system, where 40 AMs represent geographical constituencies elected by the plurality system, and 20 AMs represent five electoral regions using the d'Hondt method of proportional representation.,_2007 13/02/2016 The 2007 National Assembly election was held on Thursday 3 May 2007 to elect members to the National Assembly for Wales. It was the third general election. On the same day local elections in England and Scotland, and the Scottish Parliament election took place. This election was preceded by the previous Assembly election in 2003. The election saw Plaid Cymru make gains at the expense of Labour, although Labour remain the largest party in the Assembly, as they have since it began. 20/03/2017 16/02/2016 The Townshend Acts were a series of acts passed — beginning in 1767 — by the Parliament of Great Britain relating to the British colonies in North America. The acts are named after Charles Townshend, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, who proposed the program. Historians vary slightly in which acts they include under the heading "Townshend Acts", but five acts are often mentioned: the Revenue Act of 1767, the Indemnity Act (1767), the Commissioners of Customs Act (1767), the Vice Admiralty Court Act (1768), and the New York Restraining Act (1767). 16/02/2016 Sir Henry Wotton (30 March 1568 – December 1639) was an English author, diplomat and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1614 and 1625. He is often quoted as saying, "An ambassador is an honest gentleman sent to lie abroad for the good of his country". (Wotton said that when on a mission in Augsburg, in 1604). 16/02/2016 Sir James Matthew Barrie, 1st Baronet, OM (9 May 1860 – 19 June 1937) was a Scottish author and dramatist, best remembered today as the creator of Peter Pan. The child of a family of small-town weavers, he was educated in Scotland. He moved to London, where he developed a career as a novelist and playwright. There he met the Llewelyn Davies boys who inspired him in writing about a baby boy who has magical adventures in Kensington Gardens (included in The Little White Bird), then to write Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up, a "fairy play" about this ageless boy and an ordinary girl named Wendy who have adventures in the fantasy setting of Neverland. 16/02/2016 Jane Austen (16 December 1775 – 18 July 1817) was an English novelist whose works of romantic fiction, set among the landed gentry, earned her a place as one of the most widely read writers in English literature. Her realism, biting irony and social commentary have gained her historical importance among scholars and critics. Austen lived her entire life as part of a close-knit family located on the lower fringes of the English landed gentry. She was educated primarily by her father and older brothers as well as through her own reading. The steadfast support of her family was critical to her development as a professional writer. 16/02/2016 Llewelyn Powys (13 August 1884 – 2 December 1939) was a British novelist and essayist and younger brother of John Cowper Powys and T. F. Powys. 01/07/2015 13/05/2016 Environmental History is the leading journal in the world for scholars, scientists, and practitioners who are interested in following the development of this exciting field. Environmental History is a quarterly, interdisciplinary journal that carries international articles that portray human interactions with the natural world over time. 27/03/2017 Exhibitions of the Royal Photographic Society 1870-1915. Catalogue records from the annual exhibitions. 26/10/2016 23/04/2016 Every Record Tells A Story is the name of an eclectic music blog covering a variety of music including rock, indie, blues, metal and vintage R&B with particular interest in used vinyl and live performances. The writer, Steve, has written for Classic Rock Magazine, Team Rock online and Record Collector Magazine. Steve has also appeared on the Radio 4 programme The World Tonight and on TV with BBC4’s Pop Charts Britannia: 60 Years of the Pop Charts, which looked at the history of popular music. 27/10/2016 24/12/2016 24/12/2016 08/12/2016 08/12/2016 01/01/2015 03/09/2014 19/10/2016 Focusing on Wildlife. Celebrating the biodiversity of Planet Earth with leading articles from our global team of wildlife authors and photographers. 29/01/2016 28/08/2014 28/08/2014 16/02/2016 الموقع العربي لنادي أرسنال الإنجليزي 03/01/2015 22/11/2017 22/11/2017 01/02/2017 23/03/2017 With there being so many different denominations, it can be difficult to distinguish between the branches of the Christian Church. The Free Church of Scotland subscribes to all of the mainstream Christian orthodox beliefs, and our vision is simply to worship God together and to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ. At a basic level we have around 100 congregations all over Scotland, and over 13,000 people attend worship each week. The Church also has links to other denominations in North America, Africa, Asia and Australia. We have a full-time theological seminary in Edinburgh for the training of ministers and other Christian workers, and we are also involved with mission work in India, Latin America and South Africa. 23/03/2017 03/02/2016 Freee is a collective made up of three artists, Dave Beech, Andy Hewitt and Mel Jordan, who work together on slogans, billboards and publications that challenge the commercial and bureaucratic colonization of the public sphere of opinion formation. Freee occupies the public sphere with works that take sides, speak their mind and divide opinion. 20/02/2016 Pro EU. Pro Europe. Pro UK. Dear Reader, welcome to my blog on everything related to the EU, the UK and especially the UK within the EU. My name is Betty, I am 27 year old and a financial broker in London. Most importantly, I am a firm believer in the European idea and that the future of Britain must lie in the EU. While the European Union is certainly not without problems and faults, I think it is in the best interest for every single citizen of the UK to stay within the EU and improve it as much as possible. 10/05/2016 The Wolfram Functions Site. The world's largest collection of formulas and graphics about more than 300,000 mathematical functions for the mathematics and science communities. The Wolfram Functions Site was created as a resource for the educational, mathematical, and scientific communities. It contains the world's most encyclopedic collection of information about mathematical functions. The site also details the interrelationships between the special functions of mathematical physics and the elementary functions of mathematical analysis as well as the interrelationships between the functions in each group. 26/04/2017 13/12/2015 Future Energies: The future of energy.

galaxies and the growth of large-scale structure in the crucial redshift range 1 to 2. The project is made possible by the development in Cambridge of CIRSI a panoramic wide field IR camera. The Cambridge Infra Red Survey Instrument(CIRSI) is based on a moisaic of 4 Rockwell 1024x1024 HyCdTe arrays and is the largest near IR camera in existence. 10/12/2017 10/12/2017 10/06/2016 Mae Llywodraeth Cymru, dan arweiniad Prif Weinidog Cymru, yn gyfrifol am feysydd fel iechyd, addysg, iaith a diwylliant a gwasanaethau cyhoeddus. Mae Llywodraeth Cymru yn gorff ar wahân i Lywodraeth Prydain, sy’n parhau i fod yn gyfrifol am faterion sy’n berthnasol i’r Deyrnas Unedig gyfan, fel trethi, amddiffyn, polisi tramor a budd-daliadau. Ysgrifennydd Gwladol Cymru, a’r staff cymorth yn Swyddfa Cymru (dolen allannol), sy’n cynrychioli llais Cymru o fewn Llywodraeth y Deyrnas Unedig. 07/05/2016 14/08/2016 Welsh Government. Education and skills. In this section of the website you will find information about our education policies and what support is available from us. 22/02/2016 The Crier is an A4 32-page monthly community newsletter, distributed free-of-charge to homes and businesses throughout Torrington and District, with a circulation of 5800 copies, giving a readership of approximately 14,500. It has been established for 25 years and as the only publication delivered across the region, is an excellent way to inform the community about local news, issues and events; it is also one of the best value advertising media in the area. The Crier is here to keep the community up-to-date with local news, information and events and is a place to share YOUR news and views. We want to hear from you so please get in touch!. 20/04/2016 The Science Museum Group is devoted to the history and contemporary practice of science, medicine, technology, industry and media, with the most comprehensive and significant collections anywhere in the world. 25/02/2016 opened it’s doors way back in 2005, since then we have become one of the leaders in the UK for hydroponic equipment. With low prices and a huge range of premium products we do our best to ship all orders within 24 hours. Based in Fife, Scotland we are perfectly situated to ship nationwide and we hold a large range of stock which means we can ship orders quicker than most. We stock all the biggest names in the hydroponic world from Canna to Ionic. We even have custom grow tent kits that you won’t find elsewhere, if we don’t have it, you don’t need it!. 12/12/2015 This new and revised series of Guides to Good Practice have been produced as the result of a two-year collaborative project between the UK Archaeology Data Service and Digital Antiquity in the US. The project has encompassed important revisions of the existing six ADS Guides as well as the development of entirely new documents covering areas such as marine survey, laser scanning, close-range photogrammetry, digital audio and digital video. The project has involved previous Guides authors revising existing content alongside new authors, from both Europe and the US, also contributing to the development of the guides into new themes and areas. 19/02/2016 Some Welsh Phrases. Now, this site is not in any way whatsoever meant to be a dictionary or a means of translating things from or into Welsh. There is no shortage of Welsh online dictionaries and phrasebooks if that is what you want. But judging by search engine hits, so many people seem to want to know the Welsh for phrases like “I love you”, or what Cymru am byth means in English, that there now follows a tiny list of such favourite expressions, accompanied by ridiculously crude phonetic transcriptions. 13/01/2018 14/01/2017 17/01/2017 TalkTalk Help. A network built for business with flexibility and reliability. When it comes to the delivery of your services it’s essential to know that you can rely on your network provider. Our fully owned Next Generation Network is industry-leading, and the largest and most connected all-IP network in the UK. Built for business, it provides reliability and value across all of your communications. 09/10/2016 01/04/2017 27/10/2016 15/01/2018 22/06/2016 22/06/2016 22/06/2016 07/10/2017 19/11/2017 02/06/2017 02/06/2017 02/06/2017 02/06/2017 22/10/2015 Published in association with the New York University School of Law, I•CON is dedicated to international and comparative constitutional law. I•CON has international editorial and advisory boards and an international focus. It examines an array of theoretical and practical issues and offers critical analysis of current issues and debates. In addition, I•CON looks at global trends that carry constitutional implications. It features scholarly articles by international legal scholars, judges, and people from related fields, such as economics, philosophy, and political science. 19/02/2016 Welcome to ICON, the new institute for Cognitive Informatics at the University of Sheffield. ICON brings together Sheffield's multidisciplinary strengths in Language, Web, Information, Speech and Hearing research. ICON provides infrastructure for collaborative research, both internally and with our research partners. The Sheffield community in these fields is one of the largest and strongest worldwide: ICON reaches several hundred academics and researchers across 7 Departments and 5 Faculties. Funding for the research teams founding the institute is currently running at more than £1 million yearly, and last year attracted £5 million in new grant income. 22/04/2015 The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature (ICZN) acts as adviser and arbiter for the zoological community by generating and disseminating information on the correct use of the scientific names of animals. The ICZN is responsible for producing the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature - a set of rules for the naming of animals and the resolution of nomenclatural problems. 19/02/2016 The International Dunhuang Project: The Silk Road Online. IDP is a ground-breaking international collaboration to make information and images of all manuscripts, paintings, textiles and artefacts from Dunhuang and archaeological sites of the Eastern Silk Road freely available on the Internet and to encourage their use through educational and research programmes. The largest collections of material from the Silk Road town of Dunhuang and the surrounding region are held in libraries, museums and research institutes in London, Beijing, Paris, St Petersburg and Berlin, with important holdings in Japan and smaller collections throughout the world. 07/02/2015 20/03/2017 03/01/2015 02/03/2017 Spiralling Down. Stuart Finch. I am thirty-something, born and living in the UK, somewhere North of London. Photography has interested me for many years, but only recently did I do anything about it. Nearly 2 years ago I bought my first 'real' camera, a used film SLR but I didn't use it very much. I soon bought my first digital which I used much more, probably because of the instant results and the limitless shots that digital affords. Recently I made the jump to a DSLR and this was my best move yet. Imagology's prime purpose was to motivate me to use the camera more; It certainly does that and so much more. Now I find myself thinking about the picture everywhere I go. 20/01/2016 The IMA Journal of Management Mathematics publishes mathematics for management. The mission of this quarterly journal is to publish mathematical or, more broadly, quantitative research of the highest quality, impact and relevance that can be directly utilised or have demonstrable potential to be employed by managers in profit, not-for-profit, third party and governmental/public organisations to improve their practices. 20/01/2016 The IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics is a direct successor of the Journal of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications which was started in 1965 with the aim of publishing papers in all areas of the application of mathematics. Since the appearance of the IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis in 1981, analytic and numerical treatments of both physical and non-physical applied mathematical problems, including those arising in industry, have formed the main part of the Journal's contents. Longer papers which survey recent progress in topical fields of mathematics and its applications are also published. 20/01/2016 The IMA Journal of Mathematical Control and Information is dedicated to developing solutions to the unsolved problems in control and information theory. Special Issue Call for Papers: Structural Methods For Control Of Complex Systems. Special Issue Call for Papers: The Mathematics of Robotics. 20/01/2016 Mathematical Medicine and Biology publishes original articles with a significant mathematical content addressing topics in medicine and biology. Papers exploiting modern developments in applied mathematics are particularly welcome. The biomedical relevance of mathematical models should be demonstrated clearly and validation by comparison against experiment is strongly encouraged. 25/02/2017 27/10/2016 27/10/2016 15/04/2016 Internet Archaeology has been publishing on the web since 1996 and is the premier e-journal for archaeology. Internet Archaeology is an open access, independent, not-for-profit journal. It publishes quality academic content and explores the potential of electronic publication through the inclusion of video, audio, searchable data sets, full-colour images, visualisations, animations and interactive mapping. Internet Archaeology is international in scope, a journal without borders, and all content is peer-reviewed. Internet Archaeology is hosted by the Department of Archaeology at the University of York and digitally archived by the Archaeology Data Service. 19/02/2016 University of Bradford Internal Homepage. "Our 50th anniversary is a significant milestone in our history and development. It provides us with an opportunity to reflect on our rich past, and look forward to an exciting future, as we continue to develop as one of the world's great technology universities". Professor Brian Cantor, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bradford. 12/10/2015 The International Socialist Group is a Marxist organisation based in Scotland and comprised of workers, students and the unemployed. Capitalism is a system based upon competition between businesses and the exploitation of the working-class. This system generates a world of great disparity: wealth, luxury and power for the few; hunger, war and destitution for many. Capitalism cannot resolve its contradictions because it is powered by them. Corporations crash and ignite a crisis causing millions to suffer, whilst the rich get richer. Working-class men and women are turned into soldiers and shipped off to foreign countries, whilst heads of states and corporations make a profit. Economic crises take place, and whilst we all pay the price the capitalist system reorders and renews itself. 21/10/2016 Shakespeare's Life and Times introduces you to the world Shakespeare lived and worked in. This section of the Internet Shakespeare Editions is like a shelf of books, each of which is listed in the navigational bar beneath the page header. Each book, in turn, is divided into chapters dealing with related topics. Internet Shakespeare Editions. University of Victoria.

02 / 10 - All in alphabetical order. 21/10/2016 The seventh age: plays of Shakespeare's retirement. Internet Shakespeare Editions. University of Victoria. 31/12/2017 31/12/2017 15/04/2016 The Astrophysical Journal is the foremost research journal in the world devoted to recent developments, discoveries, and theories in astronomy and astrophysics. 19/11/2017 16/02/2016 The Institute for War & Peace Reporting gives voice to people at the frontlines of conflict and transition to help them drive change. IWPR supports local reporters, citizen journalists and civil society activists in three dozen countries in conflict, crisis and transition around the world. We contribute to peace and good governance by strengthening the ability of media and civil society to speak out. We do this by training, mentoring and providing platforms for professional and citizen reporters; building up the institutional capacity of media and civic groups; and working with independent and official partners to remove barriers to free expression, robust public debate and citizen engagement. 25/12/2016 23/06/2016 10/02/2018 14/02/2018 22/02/2016 John Molyneux is a socialist, activist and writer. He is a member of the Irish and British SWP. He formerly lectured at Portsmouth Uuniversity, but now lives in Dublin. And writes mainly, but not exclusively, about marxist theory and art. 12/10/2016 The Kim Newman Web Site. Kim Newman is an award-winning writer, critic, journalist and broadcaster who lives in London. He is a contributing editor to the UK film magazine Empire, and writes its popular monthly segment, “Kim Newman’s Video Dungeon”. He also writes for assorted publications including “Video Watchdog” (‘The Perfectionist’s Guide to Fantastic Video’), The Guardian, and Sight & Sound. 26/04/2016 The Science Museum Group Journal (ISSN: 2054-5770) is an open-access forum presenting the global research community with peer-reviewed papers that are relevant to SMG’s collections and practice and to the wider international science museum community. The journal provides an innovative voice in discussions worldwide about science and its history, material culture, communication, display and presentation in museums. Authors may be scholars from within or outside the Group. 25/12/2016 20/03/2017 07/06/2016 04/03/2016 I am a professor of philosophy at University College London. I work in epistemology, metaphysics and philosophical semantics. I also have an interest in Wittgenstein's philosophy. I was born in Madrid. I did my undergraduate degree at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, an MPhil at the University of St Andrews and a PhD at the University of Michigan, all in philosophy. Before coming to UCL I was a lecturer at the University of Birmingham. 18/01/2016 Here you can search across Kew's three major bibliographic databases in one go. Enter one or more terms to search across the entire reference. The more terms you enter, the narrower your search — so for example, searching on Kenya Aloe will retrieve references mentioning both Kenya and Aloe. Don't enter any punctuation or brackets, and use the wild card character (*) to search for partial words. To search for references by a particular author just enter his or her surname (eg Wilson). To narrow the search use his or her initials (as Wilson_RC, or "Wilson RC" or simply Wilson RC). If you don't know the full initials you can use a wild card search such as Wilson_R* 03/10/2016 The Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) was set up in 1995 in recognition of the need for The Open University to be at the forefront of research and development in a convergence of areas that impacted on the OU's very nature: Cognitive and Learning Sciences, Artificial Intelligence and Semantic Technologies, and Multimedia. We chose to call this convergence Knowledge Media. 13/12/2014 19/02/2016 La Serenissima was formed in 1994 for a performance of Antonio Vivaldi’s La Sena festeggiante and has now firmly established itself as one of the leading exponents of the music of Antonio Vivaldi and his Italian contemporaries. Since its first CD release in 2003, La Serenissima has been universally applauded by publications including Gramophone Magazine, The Sunday Times, BBC Music Magazine, Diapason, Fanfare Magazine, American Record Guide, The Independent, The Strad, Falstaff Magazine, La Stampa, Gaudisc, Goldberg Magazine and The Evening Standard for its performances on the Avie Label. 23/05/2017 BIGGIN100 EXHIBITION. On the 13th February 1917 the military established a research centre at Biggin Hill to develop wireless communications for the Royal Flying Corps as so was born the most famous of all of the RAF fighter stations. In conjunction with the organisers of The Big O a local vintage festival the Biggin100 exhibition will look at life over the last 100 years. 14/08/2016 14/08/2016 05/10/2014 UNIcat. University of Wales Bangor and North East Wales Institute. 17/10/2016 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 05/09/2016 19/02/2016 Litrefs Articles. Literary articles by Tim Love. 19/02/2016 Litrefs Quotes. Tim Love. 17/03/2016 Little Corner of the Earth. 24/09/2016 24/09/2016 20/02/2016 Lucilla DS goes back a long way, all the way to 1920, when a group of friends presented The Merchant of Venice, and called themselves the Lucilla Amateur Dramatic Society, after their founder's wife, Lucille Bond. The Society, recently renamed Lucilla Dramatic Society, is now the longest - established drama company in the Crosby area, with an unbroken production record that even defied a World War. About this time, the society rented a rehearsal room at 32a Liverpool Road, and soon after, began presenting plays at Crosby's Alexandra Hall. World War Two saw Lucilla members, often as the "True Blues" concert party, touring the area with short plays and revues, to help wartime charities. 03/09/2014 19/02/2016 The magCulture Journal is a resource for everyone interested in editorial design. It concentrates on the contemporary, with forays into history and a firm eye on the future. Daily posts review the best magazines and give general industry updates. It is edited by Jeremy Leslie and includes regular contributions from Madeleine Morley and Rob Alderson. Our magazine shop opened on Clerkenwell, London in December 2015. The 400 square feet space celebrates the best magazines, with a changing stock of several hundred titles. We felt London deserved a pure-play magazine shop, and it’s been designed to encourage people to take their time browsing and enjoying the selection before buying. Read more on the Creative Review and New York Times sites. 18/01/2018 18/01/2018 17/10/2016 17/10/2016 17/10/2016 29/12/2016 My name is Mark Barton. I'm a British nature photographer based in Bristol, specialising in macro (close-up) photography. I'm fascinated by the little things around us; the closer I look, the more I seem to find. I have yet to meet a photographer quite as enthralled by mosses as I was during spring 2012. Macro photography gives me a great sense of exploration and I try to convey that in my images, revealing a world often overlooked or pigeon-holed. 27/09/2016 MediaEd is the UK media and moving image education site, with information about, using film in schools, including how film can help deliver the curriculum, filmmaking by children and young people, with examples of project work and advice on equipment, media literacy in the UK, Europe and around the world, media education teaching ideas including film and video, photography, print, radio and sound. 08/10/2015 The Medical Law Review is established as an authoritative source of reference for academics, lawyers, legal and medical practitioners, law students, and anyone interested in healthcare and the law. The Review presents articles of international interest which provide thorough analyses and comment on the wide range of topical issues that are fundamental to this expanding area of law. In addition, commentary sections provide in depth explorations of topical aspects in the field. Metabolic and cellular engineering. Plant-cell biotechnology. Spectroscopic and other analytical techniques for biotechnological applications. Synthetic biology. Tissue engineering, stem-cell bioengineering, regenerative medicine, gene therapy and delivery systems. 12/05/2017 Alfred Hitchcock. 05/01/2018 12/10/2017 07/04/2016 MIND has long been a leading journal in philosophy. For well over 100 years it has published the best new work in all areas of the subject. The journal continues its tradition of excellence today. The journal aims to take quality to be the sole criterion of publication, with no area of philosophy, no style of philosophy, and no school of philosophy excluded. Each issue also contains a selection of book reviews that summarize and evaluate some of the most interesting recent publications in the discipline. 02/03/2017 02/03/2017 02/03/2017 02/03/2017 30/06/2017 Movie Gazette was launched by Tim Marchant in February 2003 and is now, since spring 2009, owned by Web Gazette LLP. The site’s primary content is a growing review library covering recent screen and DVD releases. Whilst Hollywood, the world centre of the film industry predominates, Movie Gazette also provides coverage of British, European and Asian film releases. 17/10/2016 21/09/2016 20/03/2017 31/01/2017 10/01/2015 20/02/2016 Naturewatch Foundation is a registered charity working to improve the lives of animals. Our dynamic team works tirelessly towards fulfilling the Foundation’s mission: to end animal cruelty and advance animal welfare standards around the world. We campaign peacefully against animal abuse and believe that an evolutionary approach is better than a revolutionary one. Over 20 years of working for the animals. Naturewatch Foundation is a registered charity in England (1039679) founded in 1991 by the late John Ruane. 22/10/2016 The National Biodiversity Network (NBN) is a membership organisation built on principles of collaboration and sharing biological information. Biological data are recorded by many organisations and people, collected together using a range of systems, verified by experts, curated by a wide range of organisations and then aggregated and shared regionally primarily by Local Environmental Record Centres and nationally via the NBN Gateway which holds more than 129 million biological records. 24/02/2017 17/10/2016 Welcome to the new and improved Enfield website. 04/10/2016 New Economist. New economic research, data, events and analysis from a London-based economist. 05/04/2016 Senegal film-making pioneer dies. One of the pioneers of African film-making - Senegalese writer Sembene Ousmane - has died after a long illness at the age of 84. Last Updated: Sunday, 10 June 2007. 20/02/2016 Analysis: High price of space travel. Saturday, 1 February, 2003. By Dr David Whitehouse, BBC News Online science editor. 20/02/2016 Iran warns US against attack. Thursday, 7 February, 2002. 20/02/2016 Analysis: Iran and the 'axis of evil'. Monday, 11 February, 2002. By BBC News Online's Tarik Kafala. 22/02/2016 XP prepares to storm desktops. Monday, 13 August, 2001. BBC News Online technology correspondent Mark Ward takes a first look at the next version of Windows, called XP, which is due to be launched in October. 22/02/2016 Microsoft's XP reaches behind the desktop. Wednesday, 24 October, 2001. 22/02/2016 Pioneer 10 makes contact. Monday, 4 March, 2002. By Dr David Whitehouse, BBC News Online science editor. 22/02/2016 Sci/Tech. Gold rush in space?. Thursday, July 22, 1999. By BBC News Online Science Editor Dr David Whitehouse. 24/02/2016 Sci/Tech. Mir: The end. Thursday, September 16, 1999. By BBC News Online Science Editor Dr David Whitehouse. 24/02/2016 The Mir that fell to Earth. Wednesday, 29 April, 1998. 24/02/2016 Space shuttle lost: Your reaction. Sunday, 2 February, 2003. The US space shuttle Columbia has broken up soon after re-entering the Earth's atmosphere, killing all seven astronauts on board. 24/02/2016 Vista gives a view of a new world. Last Updated: Thursday, 1 February 2007. Internet law professor Michael Geist casts an eye over the fine print in Windows Vista and is concerned at what he finds. 05/04/2017 BBC News. Europe's Changing Borders. 1989. As the winds of democratic revolution sweep across Eastern Europe, Communist rule crumbles in country after country. The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 is the high point of dismantling the post-war divisions. Finally the Soviet Union collapses in 1991. The end of the Cold War is accompanied by a rising tide of nationalism that sees former republics and regions declaring their independence. 25/12/2017 09/11/2017 09/11/2017 09/11/2017 09/11/2017 09/11/2017 09/11/2017 09/11/2017 09/11/2017 09/11/2017 04/04/2016 28/10/2017 The National Maritime Museum Cornwall is a fully independent museum. The result of collaboration between the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich and the former Cornwall Maritime Museum in Falmouth, the museum was officially opened in 2003 and is located on the aptly named Discovery Quay in Falmouth, south Cornwall. The museum celebrates and explores the overwhelming influence of the sea on history and culture, including the maritime heritage of Falmouth and Cornwall. As home to The National Small Boat Collection the museum also promotes an understanding of small boats and their place in people’s lives. 24/02/2016 The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) undertakes integrated ocean research and technology development from the coast to the deep ocean. Working with our partners we provide long-term marine science capability including: major facilities; sustained ocean observing, mapping and survey; data management, and scientific advice. 26/02/2016 In memory Robert Dixon 1943-2015. WELCOME TO THE NORAV HOME PAGE. This site is dedicated to the various aspects of aviation as it affected the North East area of England. The following pages resulted from my own research carried out over a number of years. The period covered also reflects my own research period: that of the early 1930s to the early war years. This is not a blow by blow account of what happened in the skies during that period. Where this site differs is in that it looks at the main ingredient of any battle: the men themselves. This site, therefore, is dedicated to those men. 26/02/2016 North Parade Publishing is a dedicated children's book publisher, committed to creating inspiring, fun, and educational titles for children of all ages. Our team is based in the beautiful city of Bath, from where we offer an extensive array of books that is growing year on year. We exhibit our newest formats at the Bologna, London, and Frankfurt Book Fairs annually, and are proud to have developed long standing partners worldwide with whom we share our creativity to produce books that work in an international market. If you would like further information on any of our titles or would like to make an appointment to visit us at our office or at one of the shows, do please get in touch. 28/10/2016 14/04/2015 UCL became the first site outside the US connected to the ARPAnet (the precursor to the Internet) in 1973. Since then, the Systems and Networks Research Group at UCL has been a global leader in the design, building, and analysis of networked computer systems. The group stands out among high-profile networking research groups for its success spanning research and practice: we disseminate high-impact scientific results in leading publication venues, and we engage closely with the IETF standards body to ensure that these innovations find wide use in the Internet. We regularly place our PhD graduates in positions in the world's elite computer science research institutions, both in academia and industry. 26/02/2016 Odd Books. Reviews and News of Very Strange Books. Out of the mind of Alfred Armstrong - no less a fool than you. 26/02/2016 Frank Harris was an infamous character of the late 19th and early 20th century. He made his name as a journalist and author, becoming a key figure of the literary and political scene. He was a friend of Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wilde, and amongst many others he also knew H. G. Wells, Max Beerbohm, Winston Churchill, Aleister Crowley, George Moore and Arnold Bennett. Odd Books. Reviews and News of Very Strange Books. 29/06/2016 22/10/2017 Project Gutenberg Titles by Jane Austen (Austen, Jane, 1775-1817). 22/10/2017 Project Gutenberg Titles by Max Beerbohm (Beerbohm, Max, Sir, 1872-1956). 17/09/2017 22/11/2017 30/08/2014 26/02/2016 Operation Wallacea (Opwall) is an organisation that runs a series of biological and conservation management research programmes in remote locations across the world. These expeditions are designed with specific wildlife conservation aims in mind – from identifying areas needing protection, through to implementing and assessing conservation management programmes. What is different about Operation Wallacea is that large teams of ecologists, scientists, academics and postgraduate researchers who are specialists in various aspects of biodiversity or social and economic studies are concentrated at the target study sites. This gives volunteers the opportunity to work on a range of projects. 26/02/2016 Today's weather. London, Greater London. 20/11/2015 Oriental Bird Club, UK registered charity 297242, is for birders and ornithologists around the world who are interested in birds of the Oriental region and their conservation. Over 300 Oriental bird species are considered by BirdLife International as threatened by forest destruction, wetland drainage, hunting and trade. Conservation of these species is often hampered by a lack of knowledge. Oriental Bird Club supports conservation work in the Oriental region by encouraging studies of birds and their habitats. 20/11/2015 This Database has been created by the Oriental Bird Club (OBC) to bring together photographs of as many bird species from the Oriental Region as possible. We hope this will provide both a useful tool for researchers and a splendid collection of photographs for anyone to browse. All images in this Database have been provided by the photographers free-of-charge in furtherance of the aims of the OBC. The OBC is very grateful for their contributions. 27/05/2017 15/12/2016 The OTA collects, catalogues, preserves and distributes high-quality digital resources for research and teaching. We currently hold thousands of texts in more than 25 different languages, and are actively working to extend our catalogue of holdings. The OTA relies upon deposits from the wider community as the primary source of high-quality materials. The OTA is part of the CLARIN European Research Infrastructure; it is registered as a CLARIN centre, and is part of the University of Oxford's contribution to the CLARIN-UK Consortium. University of Oxford Text Archive. 09/10/2016 Oxford University Arab Cultural Society. 18/09/2016 Welcome to Oxford University Cross-Country Club, one of the University’s Full Blue sports. OUCCC caters for those who just like to run socially to athletes competing at a national and international level. In Michaelmas and Hilary terms we focus on cross-country, while in Trinity Term we join with our sister club, Oxford University Athletics Club (OUAC) and compete on the track. 29/02/2016 WELCOME TO THE OXFORD UNIVERSITY SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. Established in 1882, Oxford University Scientific Society is one of the oldest undergraduate science societies in the world. It organises events and trips, and offers its members the opportunity to listen to interesting and talented speakers who are at the forefront of their field. Our upcoming events can be found here, and past events can be seen here. If you wish to receive weekly updates about what we do, subscribe to our newsletter through this link today! 12/05/2017 The Over Players was formed in 1984 by our President, Christine Turner, who placed a simple notice in our village newsletter asking if anyone might be interested in forming a group. It soon became apparent that there were a significant number of people in the village who couldn't wait to get on stage and perform as well as help with the huge range of other tasks needed to run a group like ours. Since those early days we maintain a membership of around 50 people who, in addition to performing, also direct and produce shows as well as turning their hands to set-building, painting, make-up, sound, light, front of house – in fact we all do anything needed to produce a show from scratch. 02/09/2016 Owls about that then! Hi and welcome to my Blog, my name is Paul Riddle and I live in south Leicestershire, UK. Back in August 2007 my quest began to locate as many local Little Owl territories as possible. The driving force was a reported decline in the uk numbers so I thought I would do my bit and conduct a study in my area. After 7 years and countless hours out in the field I have detected over 200 different sites. 29/02/2016 CONSERVATIVE PARTY REPTILE. "I have often been called a nazi, and, although it is unfair, i don't let it bother me. I don't let it bother me for one simple reason. No one has ever had a sexual fantasy about being tied to a bed and ravished by a liberal". PJ O'Rourke, give war a chance. 06/11/2015 Plant & Cell Physiology (PCP) is an international journal that publishes high quality, original articles reporting significant findings in broad aspects of plant biology, including but not restricted to: physiology, biochemistry, biophysics, chemistry, molecular genetics, epigenetics, and biotechnology, as well as plant-microbe interactions and the biology of photosynthetic microorganisms. PCP is the official journal of the Japanese Society of Plant Physiologists (JSPP), and as such welcomes submissions from society members, as well as non-members. 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 11/09/2017 18/09/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 17/03/2016 Peterborough Bird Club. The PBC was formed in 1998 by a small group of local birders. The aim of the club is to bring together all those with an interest in birds in the area and to increase their knowledge and enjoyment of birds and wildlife. We also aim raise the awareness among local people and to promote conservation. 22/10/2016 The British Paragliding Competitions Panel is run under the auspices of the British Hang-gliding and Paragliding Association (BHPA) and its purpose is to: Organise the British Paragliding Championships. Select the British Paragliding Team for international (FAI CAT1) competitions. Liaise with other governing/sporting bodies, e.g. CIVL, PWCA, etc. Liaise with the organisers of the British Paragliding Cup and UK XC League. 27/09/2016™ (formerly is a leading web-based science, research and technology news service which covers a full range of topics. These include physics, earth science, medicine, nanotechnology, electronics, space, biology, chemistry, computer sciences, engineering, mathematics and other sciences and technologies. Launched in 2004,’s readership has grown steadily to include 1.75 million scientists, researchers, and engineers every month. 06/05/2016 Bertrand Russell. First published Thu Dec 7, 1995; substantive revision Tue Mar 10, 2015. Bertrand Arthur William Russell (1872–1970) was a British philosopher, logician, essayist and social critic best known for his work in mathematical logic and analytic philosophy. His most influential contributions include his championing of logicism (the view that mathematics is in some important sense reducible to logic), his refining of Gottlob Frege’s predicate calculus (which still forms the basis of most contemporary systems of logic), his defense of neutral monism (the view that the world consists of just one type of substance which is neither exclusively mental nor exclusively physical), and his theories of definite descriptions, logical atomism and logical types. 06/05/2016 Russell's Paradox. First published Fri Dec 8, 1995; substantive revision Thu Jun 26, 2014. Russell's paradox is the most famous of the logical or set-theoretical paradoxes. Also known as the Russell-Zermelo paradox, the paradox arises within naïve set theory by considering the set of all sets that are not members of themselves. Such a set appears to be a member of itself if and only if it is not a member of itself. Hence the paradox. 12/10/2015 Alfred North Whitehead (1861–1947) was a British mathematician, logician and philosopher best known for his work in mathematical logic and the philosophy of science. In collaboration with Bertrand Russell, he co-authored the landmark three-volume Principia Mathematica (1910, 1912, 1913). Later he was instrumental in pioneering the approach to metaphysics now known as process philosophy. 15/10/2016 Plumbstone was founded in 2004 as a small press dedicated to high-quality literature about Freemasonry, Western esotericism, spirituality and philosophy. We have published several books, and have contributed to the design and editing work of other publications and periodicals. 15/10/2016 Ahiman is an anthology of Masonic writing, offering a serious exploration of the rich initiatic traditions of Freemasonry. Edited by Masonic scholar Shawn Eyer, Ahiman is dedicated to stimulating scholarship, penetrating interpretation and inspiring creative expressions focused upon the history, rituals, symbolism, iconography and philosophy of Freemasonry. 23/11/2017 The Poetry Society was founded in 1909 to promote “a more general recognition and appreciation of poetry”. Since then, it has grown into one of Britain’s most dynamic arts organisations, representing British poetry both nationally and internationally. Today it has nearly 4000 members worldwide and publishes the leading poetry magazine, The Poetry Review. 15/04/2015 15/04/2015 24/11/2017 29/02/2016 Port-na-Storm. Speed Bonnie Boat. I hope you enjoy this blog. If you do then please help the millions of kids in this world who don't even have safe clean water to drink by clicking here, WATER AID and making a small donation. Best Wishes. 29/02/2016 Connecting thousands of scientists globally. Nature Precedings is a permanent, citable archive for pre-publication research and preliminary findings. Launched in 2007, Nature Precedings closed to new submissions in 2012. The full archive of existing content remains freely accessible at this site and will be maintained by NPG. Nature Precedings has been a place for researchers to share documents, including presentations, posters, white papers, technical papers, supplementary findings, and non-peer-reviewed manuscripts. Documents on Nature Precedings have not been peer-reviewed and, as such, should not be considered "published" works. 29/02/2016 Chemistry. Browsing Chemistry: Nature Precedings. Connecting thousands of scientists globally. 10/02/2017 19/09/2017 Magnum Photos is a photographic co-operative of great diversity and distinction owned by its photographer-members. With powerful individual vision, Magnum photographers chronicle the world and interpret its peoples, events, issues and personalities. Through its four editorial offices in New York, London, Paris and Tokyo, and a network of fifteen sub-agents, Magnum Photos provides photographs to the press, publishers, advertising, television, galleries and museums across the world. The Magnum Photos library is a living archive updated daily with new work from across the globe. The library houses all the work produced by Magnum photographers and some special collections by non-members. There are approximately one million photographs in both print and transparency in the physical library, with over 500,000 images available online. 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 12/10/2016 18/11/2015 18/11/2015 is a Pan European data portal, providing access to open, freely reusable datasets from local, regional and national public bodies across Europe. 16/03/2016 James Wilson. Philosophy, ethics and public policy. I am Senior Lecturer in the Philosophy Department at UCL, where I am also Vice-Dean (Interdisciplinarity) for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. I was Director of the Centre for Philosophy, Justice and Health from 2013-15, and since 2015 have been co-director of its larger successor, the UCL Health Humanities Centre. I am also Director of MA Philosophy, Politics and Economics of Health, and co-Director of MA Health Humanities. 17/03/2016 Access journals, books and databases from the Royal Society of Chemistry. From this page, you can reach over 1 million chemical science articles and chapters. Explore the latest research using custom eAlerts, RSS feeds and blogs, or find content fast using the advanced search features. Frequently updated, it’s all here waiting – discover the highest quality integrated scientific research today. With over 50,000 members and an international publishing and knowledge business we are the UK’s professional body for chemical scientists, supporting and representing our members and bringing together chemical scientists from all over the world. A not-for-profit organisation with a heritage that spans 175 years, we have an ambitious international vision for the future. 17/03/2016 Books from the Royal Society of Chemistry. High impact. Highly relevant. Always high quality. Our extensive collection of digital and print titles span the chemical sciences, related fields and a host of specialist topics 17/03/2016 Royal Society of Chemistry journals. Scientific publisher of biology, biophysics, chemical science, materials, medicinal drug discovery and physics high-impact journals and books. 17/03/2016 MedChemComm (Medicinal Chemical Communications) welcomes significant research and review articles in medicinal chemistry and related drug discovery science. It covers a broad range of topics including drug design and evaluation, target identification and validation, imaging, pharmacology and drug delivery. Particularly welcome are studies in the wider chemical, biological and materials sciences when directed towards important disease relevant biological problems. 05/11/2015 is dedicated to preserving the memory of all those Lincolnshire locations associated with military aviation and those who served on them. We aim to honour the heritage and legacy of the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force units and squadrons based in Bomber County. You will find summary histories of airfields and other locations, and of squadrons and other formations. Use the map to the left for quick navigation to stations. You can follow units as they move from station to station as these pages are all inter-linked. There are pages for the memorials to units based at Lincolnshire stations, photographs of stations and details of aviation museums. 08/04/2017 The Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre aims to show the human side of the Air Stations past with a collection of contemporary photographs, artefacts and memorabilia. These not only tell of the history of the airfield but also the story of the men and women who served there and those who lived in the area. The Heritage Centre ensures that future generations will remember their service. In April 1983, a dedicated band of local enthusiasts took the first steps to ensuring that the history of Montrose Air Station would continue for generations to come. 04/03/2016 At Reading Room Design we create clean, intelligent graphic design solutions that help our clients communicate visually. We build slick, responsive websites that look great and get you noticed online. We establish brands and help them reach out to their customers through well-planned social media campaigns. And we make sure all these bits and pieces fit together visually and thematically to give you the best chance of making a good impression with your customers. 26/04/2016 About Ride. So, come the tail end of 1989, there was a mood of battered, hopeless optimism. As we took our huddled flight into the Nineties, a bolt from nowhere, from Oxford, overturned the inherent pessimism in that optimism and gave us something to believe in. RIDE had tunes, noise, looks, style, confidence, everything. And they had youth: their two guitar-playing singers Mark Gardener and Andy Bell were both just 19, as was drummer Laurence ‘Loz’ Colbert. Stephen Queralt, the bassist, was an oldster at 21. 04/03/2016 Riva Society GB Limited. A classic Riva boat is a design icon, a moving sculpture in wood, chrome and leather with a sweeping cinerama glass window screen that attracts attention wherever it goes and give pleasure to all onboard. Add to this a long list of famous owners and an association with exotic Mediterranean locations such as Capri, Monaco and San Tropez, or the beautiful Italian lakes of Como, Maggiore and Garda, and it is no wonder that the Riva name has, over time, become a legend. The legend owes its existence to the determination and artistry of one man, Carlo Riva. 20/10/2015 The year 2009 marks both Charles Robert Darwin’s 200th birthday (February 12th) and the 150th anniversary of the publication of the Origin of Species. The alignment of the two anniversaries offers a unique opportunity to look more closely at Darwin’s work during the last two decades of his life. After 1859, Darwin continued to seek further support in nature for the ideas he had presented in the Origin. He badly wanted the world of science, and the wider reading public, to understand and accept what came to be called evolution. His relentless curiosity about the natural world also fueled his continuing investigations in botany, sexual selection, human descent, the expression of the emotions, and the movement of soil by earthworms. While this research was surprisingly diverse, it was unified by his concept of evolution presented in the Origin—by his certainty of the genealogical relationship of one organism to another, and of their shared origin. 03/07/2016 03/07/2016 03/07/2016 03/07/2016 03/07/2016 03/07/2016 04/03/2016 Welcome to the web site of Ruyton XI Towns Parish Council. The Draft Minutes of the last meeting can be accessed using the menu above as can the Agenda for the next meeting. Meetings normally take place on the SECOND Monday of each Month, starting at 7:30pm in the Victoria Room. But dates have to be adjusted for Bank Holidays etc. 04/03/2016 Ruyton XI Towns Parish Plan 2009. 09/04/2017 Save the Orangutan believes that orangutans have a place in nature – also in the future. But Borneo's rainforest is disappearing, and the wild orangutan is threatened with extinction. With the help of dedicated contributors, we have been working for ten years to ensure the survival of the wild orangutan and halt clearance of its rainforest home. Saving the endangered orangutan is at the very heart of Save the Orangutan’s work, and in order to do make sure that future generations can coexist with orangutans, we focus not only on saving the remaining orangutans, but also on saving their home, Borneo’s rainforest, and sustainable development in the local communities. 15/12/2014 04/03/2016 Barrow, Isaac (1630-1677). London mathematician, generally recognized as the founder of differential calculus. Eric Weisstein's World of Math His academic career in mathematics officially started in 1662 when he began lecturing geometry at the Gresham College in Cambridge. The year after he was elected Lucasian Professor. Previously he had taught Greek, and actually had devoted the first part of his youth to literary and theological studies. He was converted by the works of St. John Chrysostom and decided to become a priest. In his later years, he retired to ecclesiastical life, after passing his chair on to Newton, his student and collaborator. This entry contributed by Margherita Barile. 01/11/2017 01/11/2017 03/07/2017 Scot M. Peterson. I am the Bingham Research Fellow in Constitutional Studies, Balliol College, the Department of Politics and the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford. A political scientist trained in law, I practised law in the United States before moving to Oxford to pursue a career as an academic. My specialization is in constitutional theory and history, particularly church-state relations in the US and the UK. 03/07/2017 The Scottish Brewing Archive Association (SBAA) is an independent body run by industry experts and brewing enthusiasts. Promoting the History of Scottish Brewing. In 1977 Professors Anna MacLeod and Geoff Palmer of Heriot-Watt University sat reflecting, over a few beers, on the number of breweries in Scotland that had closed, been taken over, merged or were otherwise in decline. They realised that, unless something was done rapidly, an enormous amount of material, records, artefacts, documents, recipes, and all sorts of other ephemera would be lost forever. And so the Scottish Brewing Archive (SBA) was formed, originally within the Brewing School in Chamber Street in Edinburgh, and largely under the auspices of the librarian, a Mr Alex Anderson. 17/10/2016 18/10/2016 18/10/2016 23/03/2016 Socio-Economic Review aims to encourage work on the relationship between society, economy, institutions and markets, moral commitments and the rational pursuit of self-interest. The journal seeks articles that focus on economic action in its social and historical context. In broad disciplinary terms, papers are drawn from sociology, political science, economics and the management and policy sciences. The journal encourages papers that seek to recombine disciplinary domains in response to practically relevant issues, while at the same time encouraging the development of new theory. 20/03/2017 06/07/2017 23/03/2016 Mike Shevdon was born in Yorkshire, grew up in Oxfordshire and now lives in Bedfordshire, so no-one can say he hasn’t travelled. An avid reader of fantasy since his early teens, he has a bulging bookshelf going back more than thirty years. His love of fantasy started with Edgar Rice Burroughs and C S Lewis and expanded rapidly, spilling over into SF, crime fiction (usually mystery in the US), thrillers, the back of cereal packets, instruction manuals and anything else with words on it. 23/03/2016 Social History of Medicine is concerned with all aspects of health, illness, and medical treatment in the past. It is committed to publishing work on the social history of medicine from a variety of disciplines. The journal offers its readers substantive and lively articles on a variety of themes, critical assessments of archives and sources, conference reports, up-to-date information on research in progress, a discussion point on topics of current controversy and concern, review articles, and wide-ranging book reviews. 23/03/2016 SideKick is a team of passionate & talented individuals that really know the make-up of the Creative & Digital Industries. Consisting of long-standing Designers, Developers, Copywriters, Marketeers & Business Entrepreneurs - the company has built a framework to plug the holes that exist in the agency support area of the work-space. 23/03/2016 Avedon Carol presents: The Sideshow. My motto as I live and learn is: dig and be dug in return. Langston Hughes. Wednesday, 16 March 2016. You don't need me to show the way. 23/03/2016 The site is written and edited by me, Pamela Hutchinson – I’m a journalist, a Londoner and silent film enthusiast. This is a post the Bioscope blog wrote about the site when it was just getting started in 2010. I regularly write about silent cinema for a range of publications and sites (links here), including Sight & Sound and the Guardian’s Silent but deadly! series, and I have appeared on BBC radio and TV. Silent London began life as a listings site for silent film screenings in London. 21/08/2016 21/08/2016 23/03/2016 The Society of Cartographers warmly welcomes you to its website. We aim to support and encourage all those involved in the production of maps. By providing information and opportunities to contact, meet and exchange views and techniques, we hope to support and encourage those involved in all aspects of mapmaking and maintain a high standard of cartographic illustration. The Society was founded in 1964 at the University of Glasgow and was originally named the Society of University Cartographers. In 1989 the Society adopted a new title and constitution, opening up membership to all in the cartographic community, and in 2014 we celebrated our 50th year!. 18/10/2016 23/03/2016 British Library Sounds presents 50,000 recordings and their associated documentation from the Library’s extensive collections of unique sound recordings which come from all over the world and cover the entire range of recorded sound: music, drama and literature, oral history, wildlife and environmental sounds. The selection available here comes from the 3.5 million sounds held in the British Library. You can search and browse the entire collection with the sound and moving image catalogue. 25/02/2017 04/11/2017 05/03/2017 05/03/2017 05/03/2017 05/03/2017 23/03/2016 Hello and welcome to the Spitfire Society. Founded in March 1984 by the late Group Captain David Green: Spitfire pilot. Its original purpose was to link people throughout the world whose lives had been affected with the legendary World War II Spitfire aeroplane. Since achieving the status of a nationally Registered Charity, CC299033, the Society has widened its horizons. 23/05/2017 We are a well established small business who welcome customer input. WE offer a personal, quality, mail order service WORLDWIDE. This website has over 190 pages. This web site offers parts for collectors, rebuilds and display. Full scale Replica and real aircraft for sale and hire. All types of WWII Allied and Axis aircraft are catered for. Reference manuals, part books, video and audio all to help you enjoy and identify the piece you need or discover. 23/03/2016 Since its inaugural meeting in 1970, the Society for the Social History of Medicine (SSHM) has pioneered inter-disciplinary approaches to the history of health, welfare, medical science and practice. Consequently, its membership consists of those interested in a variety of disciplines, including history, public health, demography, anthropology, sociology, social administration and health economics. The Society has an active Programmes Committee which organises at least two conferences per year, the results of which were originally summarised in the Bulletin of the Society for the Social History of Medicine (1970-87). 25/02/2016 The Armagh Observatory has an important function to promote, preserve, and widen access to its library, archives and museum collection, which represents a very significant component of Northern Ireland’s scientific heritage. This History and Heritage section gives access to both the collections database and the reference Library database, and you will find reference material on all collections, on the history of the Observatory and its architecture, and on prominent staff. From here you can make a virtual visit to the Observatory and the Grounds. 25/03/2016 Hello, we’re Startups ....the UK’s leading independent, online resource for anyone starting and growing a business. Established in 2000, we are the longest serving, largest and most comprehensive advice platform available covering everything you need to know to start, buy, run or sell a business. Whether you’re looking for business inspiration to launch your own start-up, information on franchising and the options available, the latest insights into the Tech start-up scene or tips on how to manage a fast-growth company – we’ve got it covered. 20/03/2017 20/03/2017 25/03/2016 Conservatives Against 'NewLabourisation'. This blog was initiated as a forum in which those who have shared misgivings about the creeping 'NewLabourisation' of the Conservative Party could air their views. 25/03/2016 Stop Deportations. A blog about Britain's immigration policy. The blog began life in October 2011, shining a light on the UK Border Agency’s secretive ‘charter flights’: large-scale deportations, via private jets, departing from unknown airports under the cover of darkness. The posts explore British foreign policy and business interests in the countries targeted for these deportation flights. This information supported an 18-month research project with Corporate Watch and was published as part of a 48-page report in late 2013. It provides new evidence to challenge the legality of the charter flights. The blog is no longer maintained.