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The American tyler-keystone, devoted to freemasonry and its concerdant others

Creator: John. H. Brownell, Arthur Maurice Smith, Joseph E. Morcombe, Richard Pride, George T. Campbell | Social Science - 1911

The second shows that it would not have been a simple matter if the Christie lodge had still continued to exist, to turn it into the Zion Lodge No. 10. Every man would have had to be "hailed" or rather healed.


Colorado lawyer

Creator: Colorado Bar Association | Law - 2003

Christie Lodge Owners Ass'n, 923 P.2d 365 (Colo. App. 1996), and provides the exclusive remedy against a landowner for injuries sustained on the landowner's property. Thornbury v. Allen, 991 P.2d 335 (Cola App. 1999); see also Sofford v ...


Employment practices decisions

Creator: Commerce Clearing House | Law - 1992

Christie Lodge Associates, [52 EPD \ 39563] 51 FEP Cas. (BNA) 916 (ND 111. 1989) . It is necessary now to apply the statute and the relevant case law to the issues in the present case. It is the EEOC which brought the administrative ...


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    0 5/5 Carol P. - See all my reviews This review is from: Poirot Series 3 (Amazon Instant Video) I love whodunnits and Agatha Christie's Poirot is one of my favorites. I love Poirot - this particular Poirot is a joy to watch! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 29, 2013

    Five Stars

    0 5/5 Smartinup (Boston, MA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Poirot Series 3 [HD] (Amazon Instant Video) Working my way through all of the Poirot series. Love the stories, the characters, the scenery, the old English country estates, classic cars, and most of all I love David Suchet's Hercule Poirot. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 12, 2014

    Poirot always a well thought out plot series.

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    Sadly dated, what seemed witty 40 years ago seems sad now

    I read and enjoyed all three of these David Lodge books when they came out over a 10-year period but I'm afraid I found them sadly dated now. The best of the three remains the first which now stands as an interesting time capsule of Britain and the United States in the late sixties. The plot is easily told. Two Professors of English, Philip Swallow of the University of Rummidge (a thinly-veiled Birmingham in the Midlands of Britain) and Morris Zapp of Plotonius University in the state of Euphoria (UC-Berkeley) change jobs for six months. They each have to adjust to a radically different environment and both fall into affairs with the other one's wife.This book, as the author notes, was written at the height of the anti-Vietnam War protest movement in the United States and at the very dawn of half-hearted student radicalism in Britain. It was written just as Women's Liberation was beginning to gain some traction and when Britain and the United States were very different... 2/5 Alan A. Elsner "Alan Elsner, author" (Washington DC) - See all my reviews, July 26, 2012

    enjoyable for academics

    0 3/5 Jay Alex "jalex66" (St. Louis, MI) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Campus Trilogy: Changing Places; Small World; Nice Work (Kindle Edition) While Kinglsey Amis's LUCKY JIM is funny and poignant for all readers, Lodge's books are really meant as summer reading for academics. There are some interesting observations here, but as a novelist he is amateurish. Still, very enjoyable for those who've been there. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 24, 2013

    Brilliant, adult humor with itellectual twist

    0 5/5 James - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Campus Trilogy: Changing Places; Small World; Nice Work (Kindle Edition) Actually I have read this trilogy three times. I had to read Nice Work after reading Hard Times by Dickens in college and my professor mentioned it was part of a trilogy. Each time I have read the trilogy, I pick up something new. The characters are well developed, the humor is subtle, and the background of the characters gives you insight as to why their behavior is the way it is. This is a great piece of literature. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 13, 2014


  • CRC Press

    Polymer Chemistry, Second Edition

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    Review of Hiemenz "Polymer Chemistry"

    Classic text on polymer chemistry. Professors usually teach directly out of this book, and are excited to discover that it is back in print. Though "Polymer Chemistry" has not been updated since 1984, by no means is it outdated. Intended for senior-level undergraduate or beginning graduate level, this text covers introductory terminology, basic chain dynamics, basic rheological characterization, crystallization, thermodynamics of the glassy state, synthesis, reaction kinetics, and solution thermodynamics.This book is written from the chemist's perspective and meant as an introduction. Chemists wishing to specialize in the organic synthesis aspect may also benefit from "Principles of Polymerization" by Odian. Materials engineers would likewise turn to a polymer physics text and keep Hiemenz as a reference.While this book is indispensible as a student text, its format isn't conducive to leisurely reading. A professional wishing to brush-up on... 5/5 Chris W. Macosko - See all my reviews, July 24, 2001

    Polymer Chemistry 2nd ed by Hiemenz and Lodge

    0 5/5 tkmns - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Polymer Chemistry, Second Edition (Hardcover) I read few chapters and found it is well written. It was very useful for me to understand they the book was trying to tell. This was the first time I ever read anything about polymer but still I found the book readable. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 1, 2009

    Good polymer books for engineers!

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    Not Just for Academics or Other Specialists

    0 5/5 21st Century Scholar - See all my reviews This review is from: The Rationalizing Voter (Cambridge Studies in Public Opinion and Political Psychology) (Paperback) This is a startling book--its findings will startle you, even if you happen to be aware of the general research program that its authors have been following for some years. That research agenda is fairly famous within political science, and this book will help establish it as a classic within the voting behavior community in the academy. It will be appearing on grad reading lists. It deserves all that attention, even if some of its conclusions are not going to be very welcome by traditionalists within that field (to which I say, so much the better).All that said, the book is also accessible enough to picked by the general reader--the methodology and the heavy social science feel, as it were, are not as off putting as one might fear. This is one of those few books that is both written for specialists, but open to the rest of us. Anyone interested in human decision making (especially but not only and literally voting behavior) will be pleased if they read this book. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 8, 2013

    Distressing view of citizens' evaluation of political forces

    Think that citizens are rational in their political decision-making? According to this book, "think again." Early, the authors state their thesis (Page xiii): "This is a book about unconscious political thinking and the subterranean forces that determine how citizens evaluate political leaders, groups, and issues. . . .It is about rationalizing, rather than rational, citizens."The book's first chapter itself begins with a quick summary of the essence of rational decision-making, emerging from the Enlightenment. Lodge and Taber disagree with this perspective. They note the extent of unconscious thinking, the use of heuristics and biases. A diagram on page 13 illustrates. Here, we see the effect of physical attractiveness and babyfacedness appearance on people's vote choice--and neither factor is "rational" in terms of the ideal. Affect is another factor that the authors focus on, Affect is triggered very early in the information processing system,... 5/5 Steven A. Peterson (Hershey, PA (Born in Kewanee, IL)) - See all my reviews, March 2, 2014
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