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Hand Lettering for Faith: A Christian Workbook for Creating Inspired Art

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Hand Lettering for Faith: A Christian Workbook for Creating Inspired Art

Hand Lettering for Faith: A Christian Workbook for Creating Inspired Art by Amy Latta
English | October 15th, 2019 | ISBN: 1624148557 | 208 pages | EPUB | 54.76 MB

Draw Closer to God by Lettering His Word

A Hand Book on Frauds: All You Want to Know About Frauds

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A Hand Book on Frauds: All You Want to Know About Frauds

A Hand Book on Frauds: All You Want to Know About Frauds by Kolluru N. Rao
English | November 25th, 2019 | ISBN: 9389097924 | 108 pages | EPUB | 1.41 MB

In the present day with the development of Technology and use of Internet, Cloud technology, Social media outburst, Frauds and Crimes have climbed to new heights and the fraudster is always one step ahead of the fraud examiners and thus it is a big challenge to stop fraud before it is committed. This book attempts to identify, the meaning of fraud, evolution of frauds and crimes, the various types of frauds, the Psychology of the persons committing the frauds and the detection and prevention of the frauds, red flags or warning signals and finally reporting of frauds, for suitable action by the courts of law.

Hand Hewn: The Traditions, Tools, and Enduring Beauty of Timber Framing

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Hand Hewn: The Traditions, Tools, and Enduring Beauty of Timber Framing

Hand Hewn: The Traditions, Tools, and Enduring Beauty of Timber Framing by Jack A. Sobon
English | October 15th, 2019 | ISBN: 1635860008 | 273 pages | True PDF | 101.56 MB

Hand Hewn is a gorgeous celebration of the traditions and artistry of timber-frame building, a 7,000-year-old craft that holds an enduring attraction for its simple elegance, resilience, and the warmth of the wood. Internationally renowned timber-frame architect and craftsman Jack A. Sobon offers a fascinating look at how the natural, organic forms of trees become the framework for a home, with profiles of the classic tools he uses to hand hew and shape each timber and explanations of the clever engineering of the wooden joinery connecting the timbers, without a single nail.