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Molly is a 12-year old villager whose life is devoted to crafting her own fashions and avoiding grief from classroom bullies... that is, until she tames an enchanted wolf pup named Mars. Enter the world of a trendy village girl in this exciting, action-packed story. The Village Fair is coming, but what about all those hostile mobs lurking in the forest? None of the content herein is approved, endorsed, associated, or connected with Mojang / Notch. Minecraft is the property of Minecraft Â®/TM & Â© 2009-2013 Mojang / Notch.
Are you curious what it might be like to live inside a world made from blocks? What if you happen to be a 12-year old girl, novice fashion designer, and owner of the biggest tamed wolf in Eastlandia? Step into Molly's hand-crafted shoes as she deals with challenge after challenge in this charming book series. None of the content herein is approved, endorsed, associated, or connected with Mojang / Notch. Minecraft is the property of Minecraft Â®/TM & Â© 2009-2013 Mojang / Notch.
In Book 3 of the Trendy Village Girl series, Molly is forced to use all of her fashion skills to outwit Mr. Jenkins and rescue her wolf cubs from a reprogrammed iron golem. Meanwhile, a strange player from another realm named Alex is also stirring up trouble. None of the content herein is approved, endorsed, associated, or connected with Mojang / Notch. Minecraft is the property of Minecraft Â®/TM & Â© 2009-2013 Mojang / Notch. Photo credit: Golem, by Mathias Ripp, CC BY, flic.kr/p/9AKhrG.
Fashioning Society tells the story of the period from the 1860s to the 1970s, a time when a succession of haute couture designers-most notably, Charles Worth, Paul Poiret, Coco Chanel, Elsa Schiaparelli, Christian Dior, and Yves Saint Laurent-were the arbiters of fashion, and their creations were the weapon of choice for power-seeking members of the aristocracy and upper classes. The book explores the ways in which high fashion designers and their maisons mutually influenced the fine arts and sociological, technological, philosophical, and political developments. The author compares the "hundred years of fashion" to the current relationship of haute couture with other aspects of world culture and civilization. In addressing the question, "What has happened to high fashion design?" it presents what students of style and fashion should consider when trying to understand and predict broad trends.Features:-- "Looking Forward/Looking Back," demonstrates how motives similar to those that drove relationship between high fashion and society during the hundred years of fashion continue to affect those interactions today-- End-of-chapter boxes contain extracts from recent newspaper articles to generate discussion comparing the role of high fashion in the past and present-- The timeline in the appendix provides a chronological framework of events and trends-- 16-page color insert illustrates key examples of the work of the six designers whose stories form the core of the narrative
This book explores the regulations, goals and functioning of preparatory proceedings in four Nordic countries and eight former communist countries. The contributions discuss whether, and how the regulation and practice of preparatory proceedings enhance swift civil justice that is both inexpensive and has quality outcomes. A central question is whether the main hearing model of civil justice, in which preclusion of new evidence and claims occur at the end of the preparatory stage, results in greater efficiency, or whether the functioning of civil proceedings largely depends on other factors. It also examines regulation and use of court-connected mediation and judicial settlement efforts. This book offers comparative insights into the functioning of the preparatory civil proceedings in the countries covered.
Preparatory proceedings are considered a key tool for achieving efficient civil proceedings. The claims and factual background of the case are clarified at an early stage, and the main hearing is focused. Judicial settlement efforts and court-connected mediation contribute to early resolution of cases, and are important elements of Nordic civil procedure The Nordic countries have used the main hearing model of civil proceedings for some decades, and recent reforms have further enhanced the role of the preparatory stage. Former communist countries are reforming their earlier piecemeal- format civil proceedings by introducing and strengthening written and oral preparation, as well as court-connected mediation.
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