MacGregor Tourney 2013 Cart Bag Never let your bag dictate what essential on-course gear you can and cannot take with you. The MacGregor Tourney 2013 Cart Bag allows you to take everything needed for a perfect day on the course with its eight specialized pockets, including a cooler pocket and valuables pocket. Additional features: 14-way top with integrated handle External putter well Lightweight design Single strap Glove and towel ring Seven-tee holder
This book takes a dramatically original approach to the history of humanity, using objects which previous civilisations have left behind them, often accidentally, as prisms through which we can explore past worlds and the lives of the men and women who lived in them. The book's range is enormous. It begins with one of the earliest surviving objects made by human hands, a chopping tool from the Olduvai gorge in Africa, and ends with an object from the 21st century which represents the world we live in today. Neil MacGregor's aim is not simply to describe these remarkable things, but to show us their significance - how a stone pillar tells us about a great Indian emperor preaching tolerance to his people, how Spanish pieces of eight tell us about the beginning of a global currency or how an early Victorian tea-set tells us about the impact of empire. Each chapter immerses the reader in a past civilisation accompanied by an exceptionally well-informed guide. Seen through this lens, history is a kaleidoscope - shifting, interconnected, constantly surprising, and shaping our world today in ways that most of us have never imagined. An intellectual and visual feast, it is one of the most engrossing and unusual history books published in years.
History Of The World
“James MacGregor Burns and Susan Dunn offer a thoughtful double portrait of our most celebrated Founding Father.“- The New York Times Book Review The 1st President, 1789-1797By James McGregor Burns and Susan Dunn Revolutionary hero, founding president, and first citizen of the young republic, George Washington was the most illustrious public man of his time, a man whose image today is the result of the careful grooming of his public persona to include the themes of character, self-sacrifice, and destiny. His is a legacy of a successful experiment in collective leadership, great initiatives in establishing a strong executive branch, and the formulation of innovative and lasting economic and foreign policies. James MacGregor Burns and Susan Dunn also trace the arc of Washington's increasing dissatisfaction with public life and the seeds of dissent and political parties that, ironically, grew from his insistence on consensus. In this compelling and balanced biography, Burns and Dunn give us a rich portrait of the man behind the carefully crafted mythology.
How far would you go to save your family? In Woody Allen's "Cassandra's Dream" (2007), limits are tested when two blue-collar, debt-ridden brothers are offered a way out of their sinking life - but for a price. If they are willing to commit murder, then they will be free. Ewan MacGregor, Colin Farrell and Michael Clayton star in this riveting tragedy about family, desperation and betrayal.
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