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by Douglas Patterson

ePub Commercial Timbers of the World download
Author:
Douglas Patterson
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978-0291397188
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0291397182
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Gower Technical; Subsequent edition (June 1, 1988)
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Mary Douglas is one of England's most distinguished anthropologists. She is author of, among many other works, Purity and Danger (1966), Natural Symbols (1970), and Implicit Meanings (1976). In this book, a renowned structural anthropologist collaborates with an economist to propose an explanation for one of the great mysteries of economics: where do "preferences" come from? Much of neoclassical economics rests on the assumption that, once we know the basic desires and tastes for a given population, we can then understand how people make rational decisions about how to acquire them and how to allocate their resources.

The world's oldest known paved road was constructed in Egypt some time between 2600 and 2200 B. .The Romans were the most significant road builders of the ancient world

The world's oldest known paved road was constructed in Egypt some time between 2600 and 2200 B.The Romans were the most significant road builders of the ancient world. At the peak of the Roman Empire there were more than 400,000 kilometres (250,000 miles) of roads, of which over 80,000 kilometres (50,000 mi) were stone-paved. Another empire, that of the Incas of pre-Columbian South America, also built an extensive and advanced transportation system. Much later historic roads include the Red River Trails between Canada and the US, from the 19th century.

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Patterson understood the United States was becoming a political and commercial world power and believed new institutions were needed to properly prepare Americans for this role. He also had a clear vision about how they should be educated.

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With a new chapter on Timber for the architect and engineer by C. H. Richards. Central Library, KUET. Includes bibliographical references (p. 337-343) and index. By: Titmuss, F. Material type: BookSeries: International scientific series. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.