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Species Plantarum

Species Plantarum ("The Species of Plants") was first published in 1753, as a two-volume work by Carl Linnaeus. Its prime importance is perhaps that it is the primary starting point of plant nomenclature as it exists today. This means that the first names to be considered validly published in botany are those that appear in this book and his Genera Plantarum ed. 5 (1753). In the book Linnaeus listed all plants known to him, directly or from his extensive reading.The classification employed in the work allowed easy identification of plants, by placing every genus into an artificial class and order. By counting pistils and stamens, anybody, even without much knowledge of plants, was able to get to a listing of genera that the plant in question should belong to.Linnaeus gave a formal multiple-word description to each plant and an additional epithet to be used with the genus for easier reference, thus separating taxonomy from nomenclature. For example, the tomato was described (page 185) as SOLANUM caule inermi herbaceo foliis pinnatis incisis, racemis simplicibus. The given epithet was Lycopersicum.This was the first consistent use of naming structure for plants, and laid the basis for modern nomenclature. The binary name SOLANUM Lycopersicum (now rendered Solanum lycopersicum) very soon took over in usage because of its brevity, and the multiple-word definitions were no longer treated as formal names.     

Author Name :Carl von Linn

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Da Xue Zhang Ju

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Author Name :Xi Zhu

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Szachy i Warcaby: Droga do mistrzostwa

tniej obecnie dwie teorie na temat pochodzenia tej gry. Jedna utrzymuje, e warcaby s uproszczonymi szachami, druga twierdzi, e powstay one z przeniesienia hiszpaskiej gry Alquerque de doze na szachownic.     

Author Name :Edward Lasker

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Sklepy Cynamonowe

Sklepy cynamonowe to zbir opowiadan Brunona Schulza, mieszkanca malego galicyjskiego miasta, Drohobycza. Poczatkowo autor nie zamierzal ich wydac - zdecydowal sie na to po rozmowie z zachwycona jego twrczoscia Zofia Nalkowska. Opowiadania powstawaly w latach 1931-1933 jako dopiski do listw do Debory Vogel, wydane zostaly w 1933 (postdatowane na 1934). Ksiazka opowiada historie rodziny Brunona Schulza - jedna z wiodacych postaci jest ojciec artysty, Jakub Schulz.     

Author Name :Bruno Schulz

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Language Policy

Bernard Spolsky looks at the many debates at the forefront of language policy in this up-to-date introduction. The topics covered include ideas of correctness and bad language; bilingualism and multilingualism; language death and efforts to preserve endangered languages; language choice as a human and civil right; and language education policy. Spolsky develops a theory of modern national language policy and the major forces controlling it and explores questions that arise concerning the recognition of language policies and language management.     

Author Name :Bernard Spolsky

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Advanced Grammar

Students gain confidence to use the language through lots of natural examples and practice to help them acquire natural language. Longman Advanced Learner's Grammaris a valuable resource for all upper-level students, especially those preparing for exams like Cambridge ESOL CAE and CPE. Diagnostic testing shows students exactly where they need to focus, while the CAE/CPE task types familiarise students with the format of the exams.     

Author Name :D. Hall

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Supplment au voyage de Bougainville(french)

Supplment au voyage de Bougainville is a philosophical dialogue published in 1772, and written in reaction to Louis Antoine de Bougainville's Voyage autour du monde. Diderot describes dialogues which are pretexts to discuss slavery, colonisation, the Catholic faith and other subjects typical of the Age of Enlightenment.     

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Essential Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises

This book of supplementary grammar exercises for elementary and lower intermediate students of English accompanies the second edition of Essential Grammar in Use. It contains a wealth of additional exercises which provide students with further practice of the grammar they have studied. - Provides challenging contrastive practice of the forms students of this level find most difficult. - Offers a wide variety of interesting exercise types with clear illustration.     

Author Name :Helen Naylor, Raymond Murphy

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Focus on Advanced English C.A.E

The Teachers Book gives clear unit notes, full answers and tapescripts Photocopiable unit tests are provided to check progress.     

Author Name :Sue O'Connell

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Romano Lavo-Lil

George Henry Borrow was a 19th century writer who wrote novels and travelogues based on his travels around Europe. Through his travels Borrow developed a close relationship with the Romani people, which play a prominent role in his books The Bible in Spain and Lavengro. Besides being a dictionary of the Romani language Borrow has included gypsy verse and songs, scripture and the Lords Prayer, gypsy names, fortune telling, and basic information about gypsies. The book begins, "The Gypsies of England call their language, as the Gypsies of many other countries call theirs, Romany or Romanes, a word either derived from the Indian Ram or Rama, which signifies a husband, or from the town Rome, which took its name either from the Indian Ram, or from the Gaulic word, Rom, which is nearly tantamount to husband or man, for as the Indian Ram means a husband or man, so does the Gaulic Pom signify that which constitutes a man and enables him to become a husband."     

Author Name :George Borrow

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