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📒No Ordinary General ✍ Desmond Gregory
✏No Ordinary General Book Summary : Bunbury's writings, together with the story of his life, provide a fascinating and informative picture of the British army and many of its commanders during the Napoleonic wars, and of the exiled emperor Napoleon, as well as casting an interesting sidelight on the English political and economic scene in the first half of the nineteenth century.
📒No Ordinary Judgment ✍ Nonie Sharp
✏No Ordinary Judgment Book Summary : This is the inside story of the Mabo case, a unique court drama where rights and interests previously unknown to Anglo-Australian law came to be recognised by the High Court of Australia. In far north-east Australia lie the homelands of the Meriam, a dynamic seafaring, fishing and gardening people. They explained in court, often eloquently, how their 'cultural way' retains a fidelity to distinctive principles while also accommodating new ideas and techniques. In the name of Meriam law they also defended their right to land passed between generations by the spoken word. Their right to land carries with it a moral and practical responsibility to other Meriam and to the land itself. Meriam culture, often diminished in the hearing of evidence, has an original contribution to make to future Meriam, to the rest of Australia and to the world. In exploring the role of native title in the reshaping of Australian identity, some of the deeper questions of cultural diversity and self-determination are identified.
📒No Ordinary Surgeon ✍ Dorothy Bentley Smith
✏No Ordinary Surgeon Book Summary : No Ordinary Surgeon centres on the fascinating story of one talented man in the nineteenth century - William Binley Dickinson.
📒No Ordinary Woman ✍ Angela Penrose
✏No Ordinary Woman Book Summary : Edith Penrose was a remarkable woman and distinguished scholar who lived through, and witnessed at first hand, many of the major events of the 20th century--the great depression in the US; the rise of Nazism in Europe; the second world war when she worked as a special adviser to the US Ambassador in London; post-war reconstruction, assisting Eleanor Roosevelt with the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; the McCarthy era; and the oil crisis of the 1970s. Her work as an economist made a mark in several distinct but overlapping areas - on the patent system, on the theory of the firm, on multinational enterprises, the oil industry, and the economics of the Middle East. Her best known work, The Theory of the Growth of the Firm was originally published in 1959, and has formed the basis of the current dominant perspective in strategic management, the resource based view of the firm. Edith Penrose's approach to explaining the nature of the firm, her fundamental insights, and the concepts she developed are still being applied and extended to new fields of enquiry. Her reformulation of the theory of the firm has had a major influence on the study of the business enterprise, and some argue, the economy itself. She had a distinguished academic and public service career, and wrote extensively on the understanding of the interface between the strategies and activities of multinational enterprises (MNEs) and the nation states--particularly the developing countries--in which they operated. This is the first biography of Edith Penrose, drawing on unpublished diaries and letters, the personal memories of her family, friends, and colleagues, and describes her eventful life, her extensive output and influence. The book tells her personal and professional story, weaving it through the extraordinary upheavals of the twentieth century in which she played a part. The book builds up a picture of a vital, energetic woman who lived life to the full, defied convention, made an impression on all who met her and left a significant intellectual legacy.
✏Author : Thomas Bayly Howell
✏Release Date : 1821
✏ISBN : ONB:+Z173661700
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes and Misdemeanors from the Earliest Period to the Year 1820 etc Book Summary :
📒No Ordinary Academics ✍ Shirley Spafford
✏No Ordinary Academics Book Summary : Describes the circumstances and people that turned a department in an isolated prairie university into a thriving intellectual community that would nurture some of Canada's best minds.
✏The Statutes at Large of South Carolina Acts from 1814 to 1838 with an appendix Book Summary :
✏Cobbett s Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes and Misdemeanors from the Earliest Period to the Present Time Book Summary :
📒Idiocy Of The Indian Protection Of Women From Domestic Violence Act ✍ VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS
✏IDIOCY of the Indian Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act Book Summary : In feudal language nations, there are various kinds of social and familial errors, connected to erroneous communication codes. Without going in for correcting these very basic errors at this location, all endeavours to correct such errors through legal strictures and such other things will not only be useless, but also are fraught with acute social and familial dangers.
📒Decisions Of The Lords Of Council And Session ✍ Sir David Dalrymple
✏Decisions of the Lords of Council and Session Book Summary :