Southern Gardener And Receipt Book

Author: Phineas Thornton
Publisher: Applewood Books
ISBN: 1557091919
Size: 57.44 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This important guide from Camden, South Carolina, intended for the rural Southerner, was first published in 1845. It contains directions for gardening, along with a collection of valuable recipes, instructions for the preservation of fruits, and formulas for curing diseases.

The Corporate Gardener

Author: Paul G. Allman
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1450280366
Size: 58.78 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Mr. Allman has written his book utilizing the power and simplicity of a good story designed to be very informative yet easy to read addressing the following issues: CHANGING WORK DEMOGRAPHICS As the experience of seasoned managers begins to disappear from corporate America, the objective is to provide a useful tool to encourage in-depth exploration of management theories. Written with a market focus of first time managers, this book could also be used as an excellent refresher for more experienced managers struggling with mentoring less experienced staff members. ECONOMY Predictions of our current economy indicate years of continued financial challenges. Corporations will focus more and more on cost-cutting measures, improvement and efficiency efforts reminiscent of the last similar economic cycle beginning in the early 1990’s. EFFECTIVE WORK TEAMS Cooperation, timely communication, efficient processes and on-going skill development are key components of successful organizations. The focus of corporations has become how to maximize employee contributions and minimize unnecessary constraints on productivity.

Mrs Jeffries Takes The Cake

Author: Emily Brightwell
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101644966
Size: 65.10 MB
Format: PDF
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Meet the inspector and Mrs. Jeffries--in a delightful mystery series set in Victorian England--and featuring the most charming characters ever to crack a case. The evidence was all there: a dead body, two dessert plates, and a gun. Could it be that Mr. Ashbury was sharing his cake with his killer? The old bloke had enemies galore - even his oown daughter disliked him. Mr. Ashbury's son-in-law doesn't want Inspector Witherspoon asking questions. Of course this doesn't stop Mrs. Jeffries and her staff snooping around.