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Hospitality in Town and Country : With Usages, Formal and Informal

By: Abby Buchanan Longstreet
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Tourism's Growth and Effect : Report to the 1989 General Assembly ...

By: North Carolina. General Assembly. Legislative Research Commission

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Law Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Promoting Tourism, Protecting Human and Environmental Health

By: International Development Agency

Excerpt: Two communities in Alta Verapaz, Guatemala were faced with a problem. They had invested a lot of time and energy into developing and maintaining a community tourism project which had as its main attraction the beautiful lagoons of Sepalau (Lagunas de Sepa ...

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Fairy Tales of All Nations Translated and Edited

By: Logan Marshal

Excerpt: When good King Arthur was reigning in England, there lived in the Duchy of Cornwall a countryman who had an only son called Jack.

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The Marketing of Ideas and Social Issues

By: Seymour Fine

An idea is taken for granted in the scheme of things. Someone exclaims, "I've got an idea!" What is it that he has? From where did he get it? How was it transmitted? How might it spread to others? What will be the effect of the acceptance of the idea? These are some of the questions dealt with in this book. In this first chapter the nature of an idea is developed, contextualized and shown to be a most timely topic. To pave the way for this book's argument that ideas are ...

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Living up to the Highest Standards of Hospitality-Career Times

Career Path Living up to the highest standards of hospitality by Wing Kei Shangri-La was the name chosen by writer James Hilton for the mythical Himalayan paradise which was the setting for his legendary novel Lost Horizon. The people living there were largely cut off from the rest of the world and enjoyed tranquility, sufficiency and great personal well-being. While the chances of being isolated like that may be next to impossible in the modern world, one international ...

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Heartsease & the Rabbits, A Fairytale of Our Own Time, By the Auth...

By: Emilius Albert De Cosson
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Histoire de Pierre Lapin

By: Potter, Beatrix, 1866-1943
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American Spiders

By: Gertsch, Willis John, 1906

Bibliography: p. 271-272

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A Continuation of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's Journal : During t...

By: Whitefield, George, 1714-1770
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Holiday Time on Butternut Hill

By: Harrison Cady

Excerpt: Christmas time is the happiest of all times in the Great forest and when the day arrives every one in the great forest gathers on butternut Hill before the great Christmas tree what a happy time they all have what busy days there have been for they...

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The Emergence of Post-Modern Strategic Management

By: Horwitch, Mel; Sloan School of Management

Bibliography: p. 42-46

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Knights of the Grail

By: Norley Chester

Excerpt: Long years ago there lived in the town of Antwerp a beautiful maiden named Elsa Her father had been Duke of Brabent of which state Antwerp was the capital and at his death Elsa and her young brother Gottfried had been left to the care of...

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Bulletin of the World Health Organization : 2001, Issue6, 79 (6) 5...

By: Martin Hodge

Medical Reference Publication

the ClOMS consensus In 1988, the World Health Organization issued ethical criteria for medicinal drug promotion in response to a request by the World Health Assembly. The objective was to ensure that all parties involved with the promotion of medicines would seek to support and encourage the improvement of health care through the rational use of medicinal drugs. This message was directed not only to pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors but also to health personn...

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Lady Windermere's Fan

By: Oscar Wilde

Excerpt: FIRST ACT SCENE Morning?room of Lord Windermere?s house in Carlton House Terrace. Doors C. and R. Bureau with books and papers R. Sofa with small tea?table L. Window opening on to terrace L. Table R. [C = Center, L = Left, R = Right]

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Conservation Mountain Tourism : News from Nepal

By: Henryk Skolimowski

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: To honor the 50th anniversary of the first ascent of Sagarmatha (Mount Everest) and the 25th anniversary of the founding of Sagarmatha National Park (SNP), a conference titled People, Park, and Mountain Tourism was held 24?26 May 2003 at Namche Bazaar, Nepal. Fifty-five delegates from 15 countries, including government and tourism officials, environmental consultants, and local stakeholders, trekked the steep, winding mountain trail to Namche Bazaar (elevation 3...

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The Importance of Environment, Tourism and Development in Fisherie...

By: M. A. W. Ariyadasa

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: Widespread depletion of seafood resources caused by coastal pollution, critical habitat destructionandoverfishing, is a major problem facedby most developed and developingcountries today. In a time of rapid increase in the demand for protein it is more than ever necessary to conserve and manage the productivity of coastal habitats for fish supply as lands are protected for livestock. This is mainly because most fisheries still enjoy open access and there are gen...

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Aunt Louisa's Wee Wee Stories

Excerpt: A stands for Arabian, with Neptune to guard; All saddled and bridled, the pet of our yard. B for the Bees, that flies out here and there, and brings to the hives the sweet honey with care.

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A Child's Garden of Verses

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

Excerpt: Robert Lewis Balfour Stevenson, or Robert Louis Stevenson, as the world knows him, was still a boy when he published this rare volume of A Child's Garden of Verses,?.

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Peter Piper's Playmates

By: Eleanore Mineah Hubbard

Excerpt: This famous humorous nursery rhyme Peter piper's pracal principle of plain and perfect pronunciation is based on a copy in the British museum about 100 years old.

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