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Easy Food is Ireland’s number one food magazine. Every issue contains a delicious mix of cooking tips, budget recipes, easy meal ideas and nutrition information.


Dark Psychology

Have you been a victim of unscrupulous manipulators and want to know how to defend yourself?
Would you like to know how to best use the most advanced manipulation techniques and dark psychology?
I tell you a secret… Recognizing and using these techniques is simpler than you think


Nathan Outlaw’s Home Kitchen

The fourth book from the 2 Michelin-starred chef, with over 100 amazing recipes for effortless home cooking. With two children and a busy professional life as a chef with restaurants in Cornwall, London and Dubai, Nathan knows how hard it is to juggle cooking for the family with a hectic work schedule. In his Home Kitchen, Nathan offers over 100 recipes, covering all kinds of food, to inspire and improve your cooking. From sustaining breakfasts and lovely lunches, such as crab and chilli omelette and satay quail salad, through the best ever Sunday roasts and accompaniments, to easy everyday dinners like chicken and leek pie and breaded hake with tartare sauce, everything is approachable and flavourful. For special occasions there are enticing ideas such as prawn and champagne risotto and barbecued butterflied leg of lamb, and to round off the dinner, how about sticky toffee pudding or elderflower custard tart with poached gooseberries? Nathan’s approach to cooking is honest and straightforward – no messing about when it comes to good food for family and friends – and these are all the recipes you will ever need


Shrimp Recipes

Shrimp Recipes
22 Delicious Recipes For Holiday Cooking
Here you will see 22 recipes in which the main ingredient (shrimp)


The Manual

Are you having sensual issues with the woman of your life? Are you fed-up with the lack of sex and ready to REALLY know what, when, and how to please her? If not, then continue to have blue balls. But, if you are interested in learning your woman, this manual will be a step-by-step guide to navigate you inside of her mentally as well as physically. Before you read this, be prepared to internalize and feel solace with every word spoken. In other words, don’t let your ego get in the way. This manual is being created for the satisfaction of you pleasuring her until eternity; therefore, carefully read each step to acknowledge them. With all that said, find a nice, cozy area in your home to soak in every step that will have her soaked for you.


English for Everyone

We may all speak the same language, but getting to grips with grammar is the ultimate challenge.
You could be puzzled by prepositions, confused by comparatives, or muddled over modals. Thankfully, this complete visual aid to everything in the English language sets you straight with a clear and concise format for easy understanding.



Improve your small talk and sharpen your conversational skills with this giant collection of ridiculously useless but endlessly fascinating facts.
Did you know that cats were once used to deliver mail in Belgium?
That the “huddle” in football became popular after a deaf player began using it to prevent other teams from reading his sign language? That the average American eats 30 pounds of cheese in a year? Organized from A to Z, there are over 1,000 trivia tidbits for you to peruse.


Understanding Standards-Based Education

This comprehensive guide to standards-based education takes a collaborative and respectful stance toward teaching, learning, and accountability that both incorporates and looks beyond No Child Left Behind. Grounded in the authors′ pyramid of responsibility, Understanding Standards-Based Education identifies what everyone needs to know about standards-based education, what ′most′ stakeholders need to know, and what only ′some′ stakeholders need to know. The authors focuses on clarifying role responsibilities and then invites effective participation by all. Among the core stakeholder-participants in the authors′ system of standards-based education and accountability are students, parents, and teachers (level 1); team leaders, department chairs, and facilitators of standards-based curriculum (level 2); and principals, superintendents, and school boards/oversight committees (level 3).
This invaluable resource includes

– An overview of NCLB legislation highlighting current areas of concern for all three stakeholder levels

– A data-driven plan of action and assessment for transforming the traditional educational curriculum into a standards-based curriculum

– Clear step-by-step instructions in every chapter to ensure sustainability of the standards-based system

– The book′s instructional approach incorporates best practices from direct instruction (Madeline Hunter), brain-based learning, differentiated instruction, and other core teaching methods as well as formative and summative student assessment techniques.

– Each chapter features ready-to-use templates, charts, rubrics, and checklists for stakeholders at each of the three levels of responsibility.

Filled with the authors′ wealth of hands-on experience, this teacher-friendly text is ideal for teachers, curriculum planners, and instructional leaders.



Utilize restorative practices to create a safe, accepting, and equitable school climate where learning can flourish.

When students have unfinished learning, educators create opportunities for students to learn. Unfortunately, this role seems to end when it comes to behavior. How can we turn behavior into a teachable moment?

The Restorative Practices Playbook details a set of practices designed to teach prosocial behaviors based on strong relationships and a commitment to the well-being of others. Implementing restorative practices establishes a positive academic and social-emotional learning environment while building students’ capacity to self-regulate, make decisions, and self-govern—the very skills students need to achieve. In this eye-opening, essential playbook, renowned educators Dominique Smith, Douglas Fisher, and Nancy Frey support educators with the reflection prompts, tools, examples, and strategies needed to create restorative practices around several key concepts

A restorative school culture, grounded in respect, that builds agency and identity, establishes teacher credibility, sets high expectations, and fosters positive relationships

Restorative conversations that equip adults and students with the capacity to resolve problems, make decisions, and arrive at solutions in ways that are satisfactory and growth-producing

Restorative circles that promote academic learning through dialogue, build consensus in decision making, and help participants reach resolution through healing

Formal restorative conferences that foster guided dialogue between victim(s) and offender(s) and include plans for re-entry into the school community

By becoming adept in the skillful use of restorative practices, educators will foster equitable discipline that reduces exclusion and creates a school community driven by relationships and respect.


Selections from Extraordinary Popular

This selection, first published in 1973, compiles a fascinating study of crowd psychology as it examines the moral epidemics and fits of madness that have bewitched the cities of Europe and their citizens from the dark ages to modern times. Among the selections are tales of thieves and poisoners, demons and poltergeists mingled with all the crazes, fantasies, divinations and prophecies that have stunned the critical faculties.


Restorative Just Culture in Practice

A restorative just culture has become a core aspiration for many organizations in healthcare and elsewhere. Whereas ‘just culture’ is the topic of some residual conceptual debate (e.g. retributive policies organized around rules, violations and consequences are ‘sold’ as just culture), the evidence base on, and business case for, restorative practice has been growing and is generating increasing, global interest. In the wake of an incident, restorative practices ask who are impacted, what their needs are and whose obligation it is to meet those needs. Restorative practices aim to involve participants from the entire community in the resolution and repair of harms. This book offers organization leaders and stakeholders a practical guide to the experiences of implementing and evaluating restorative practices and creating a sustainable just, restorative culture. It contains the perspectives from leaders, theoreticians, regulators, employees and patient representatives. To the best of our knowledge, there is no book on the market today that can function as a guide for the implementation and evaluation of a just and learning culture and restorative practices. This book is intended to fill this gap. This book will provide, among other topics, an overview of restorative just culture principles and practices; a balanced treatment of the various implementations and evaluations of just culture and restorative processes; a guide for leaders about what to stop, start, increase and decrease in their own organizations; and an attentive to philosophical and historical traditions and assumptions that underlie just culture and restorative approaches. The interest in ‘just culture’, not just in healthcare but also in other fields of safety-critical practice, has been steadily growing over the past decade. It is a trending area. In this, it has become clear that 20-year-old retributive models not only hinder the acceleration of performance and organizational improvement but have also in some cases become a blunt HR instrument, an expression of power over justice and a way to stifle honesty, reporting and learning. What is new in this, then, is the restorative angle on just culture, as it has been developed over the last few years and now is practised and applied to HR, suicide prevention, healthcare improvement, regulatory innovations and other areas.


Physics for Architects

This textbook was written to answer the needs of architecture students and architects. Physics principles and concepts are explained in plain language, and their relevancy to applications in architecture is demonstrated by numerous examples and solved problems. An algebra and trigonometry refreshment chapter reviews the math skills essential for the rest of the book. Practical engineering methods are included, in addition to the more traditional “strictly physics” curriculum. This textbook is a valuable resource to architecture students throughout their schooling and in their professional careers.





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