With its proven pedigree as a fighter, the Spitfire ranks among the greatest aircraft ever built - remembered with affection by those who flew or maintained it, and revered by the British people who regarded it as the "defender of our skies" against Nazi invasion. Featuring vivid narrative, this publication reveals the full extent of the Spitfire's impact on the outcome of the war and the heroic efforts of the pilots who defended Britain at all costs.
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Can you imagine how your life would change if you had sky-high confidence and self-esteem? In this book you'll discover how to transform your life, build your self-esteem, and create a level of self-worth you couldn't have imagined. Discover simple, easy-to-remember tactics to skyrocket your self-esteem. Feel empowered to conquer your fear of new challenges. Make friends more easily, and keep them. Easily achieve any goal you set for yourself. Discover your strengths while redefining your weaknesses.
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Until a few decades ago, the popular but falsely reassuring belief was that babies in the womb were perfectly protected by the placenta and that children were just “little adults,” requiring no special protections from environmental threats. We now know that a host of chemicals, pollutants and viruses readily travel across the placenta from mother to fetus, pre-polluting or pre-infecting a baby even before birth.
"The Womb Is No Protection From Toxic Chemicals" is from the May 31, 2017 Opinion section of The New York Times. It was written by Frederica Perera and narrated by Fleet Cooper.
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Dans la Compagnie d'Assurance "Probité et Justice", on ne meurt pas impunément. Le lieutenant de police Paul Cerezo, alias Cerise, en est d'autant plus persuadé que cette société lyonnaise a des règles bien curieuses.
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