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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
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The MacGregor NVG2 driver features a 445cc titanium head with 360 degree Cup Face design which has no welds, creating a larger sweet spot than ever before. The tungsten weighting in the back of the head help resist torque and twisting to allow for the straightest ball flight possible.
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“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.
When did people first start to wear jewelry or play music?                 When were cows domesticated and why do we feed their milk to our children? Where were the first cities and what made them succeed?   Who invented math-or came up with money? The history of humanity is a history of invention and innovation, as we have continually created new items to use, to admire, or to leave our mark on the world. In this original and thought-provoking book, Neil MacGregor, director of the British Museum, has selected one hundred man-made artifacts, each of which gives us an intimate glimpse of an unexpected turning point in human civilization. A History of the World in 100 Objects stretches back two million years and covers the globe. From the very first hand axe to the ubiquitous credit card, each item has a story to tell; together they relate the larger history of mankind-revealing who we are by looking at what we have made. Handsomely designed, with more than 150 color photographs throughout the text, A History of the World in 100 Objects is a gorgeous reading book and makes a great gift for anyone interested in history. Hardcover: 736 pages Publisher: Viking Adult; First Edition edition (October 27, 2011) Language: English Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.6 x 2 inches Please allow two weeks for delivery.
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.
UPC: 796019810647
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