The play pattern of peek-a-boo comes to life with this delightful lift-the-flap board book. Featuring extra-thick flaps perfect for little hands, Winnie the Pooh and his friends will keep Baby engaged in hours of fun!
Beautiful, young Nikki Baker decides she wants more than her grief-stricken boyfriend John. Determined to find a man, she decides to end the relationship and take a different approach to dating with the internet. She stumbles upon SugarBabyDaddy.com, where she meets Michael Stiles, a good-looking, rich attorney that is more than she ever imagined. Captivated by the lifestyle Michael offers, Nikki realizes she is falling for him. The only problem is the arrangement they made between them. Torn by her emotions and her desires for Michael, Nikki has to choose between keeping her feelings hidden and revealing her desires, with the risk of losing it all. Nikki wonders if she will ever have the love she always wanted and the life she always craved. Will she find her happily ever after? This is an explicit, erotic novella for adults only! Contains graphic, super hot, one-on-one sexual encounters between two great characters.
John Edward Jenkins (2 July 1838 - 4 June 1910), known as Edward Jenkins or J. Edward Jenkins, was a barrister, author and Liberal Party politician in the United Kingdom. He was best known as an author of satirical novels, and also served as the Agent-General of Canada, encouraging emigration to the new Dominion. He contested several parliamentary elections, but won only one, and sat in the House of Commons from 1874 to 1880.
As the second volume in a comprehensive encyclopedia of organic reactions, this work provides an elaborated description of the experimental methods used for the oxidation of alcohols to acids. It supplies important data on possible interferences from protecting groups and functional groups, as well as on potential side-reactions. This is a must for anyone involved in the preparation of organic compounds.
The sequel to Unexpected Links Between Egyptian and Babylonian Mathematics (World Scientific, 2005), this book is based on the author's intensive and ground breaking studies of the long history of Mesopotamian mathematics, from the late 4th to the late 1st millennium BC. It is argued in the book that several of the most famous Greek mathematicians appear to have been familiar with various aspects of Babylonian "metric algebra," a convenient name for an elaborate combination of geometry, metrology, and quadratic equations that is known from both Babylonian and pre-Babylonian mathematical clay tablets. The book's use of "metric algebra diagrams" in the Babylonian style, where the side lengths and areas of geometric figures are explicitly indicated, instead of wholly abstract "lettered diagrams" in the Greek style, is essential for an improved understanding of many interesting propositions and constructions in Greek mathematical works. The author's comparisons with Babylonian mathematics also lead to new answers to some important open questions in the history of Greek mathematics.
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