Karnaval van die diere by Philip de Vos. Klart jeg kan! Krisensommer mit Ur-Otto by Kirsten Boie. Lesestufe: Charlie, du Blindekuh! Lights, Camera, Action! Liselotje gaat kamperen by Marianne Busser. Little Zizi by Thierry Lenain. Livewire by Martina Murphy. Lost in Time by Hans Magnus Enzensberger. Lulama's magic blanket by Mari Grobler. Lussing eller sveder by Bent B Nielsen. Madame Butterflys Klavierstunde by Susanne Janssen. Malanbarra by Romayne Weare. Malmok by Sjoerd Kuyper. Maman-dlo by Alex Godard. The Mats by Francisco Arcellana. Le meilleur papa du monde by Marc Cantin.
Mein Esel by Erik Zimen. Minnie and Moo go to the moon by Denys Cazet. Mio nonno era un ciliegio by Angela Nanetti. Mummo ja Viivi vanhassa Tallinnassa by Taru Hurme. La musique des choses by Maryse Pelletier. My Girragundji by Meme McDonald. Norton's Hut by John Marsden. Nykytaide suurin piirtein by Marjatta Levanto. Ohne Suse ist das nix. Olavi ja Aapo : merten urhot by Markus Majaluoma. Ostelinda, jo vinc de tot arreu by Carme Garriga. Otonari wa majo by Junko Akahane.
Le parole magiche di Kengi il Pensieroso by Paolo Lanzotti. Pas pismonosa by Alija H Dubocanin. Passa Klara by Rose Lagercrantz. Philippine fright: 13 scary stories by Marivi Soliven Blanco. La pluie comme elle tombe by Serge Perez. The Queen of Colors by Jutta Bauer. Le reveur de bicyclette by Billioud Jean-Michel. La Ruse by Idrissou Njoya. Sieben Tage im Februar. Das A steht vorn im Alphabet by Peter Ensikat.
Storia di Francesco: il santo che sapeva ridere by Teresa Buongiorno. Storie per gioco by Anna Vivarelli. Stories for a winter night by Swapna Dutta. Stoute Sammie by Francine Oomen. Taur The Travellers by Jack Lasenby. Telling by Carol Matas. There's another way! Tilla von Mont Klamott by Martina Dierks. Tricycle by Olivier Douzou. Der Turm by Ludwig Hirsch. Um amor grande demais by Yolanda Reyes. Venedig, anders gesehen by Mario Grasso. Victors verden by Beth Juncker.
French Edition by Marie-Sabine Roger. Vincent und das Farbenwunder by Dieter Konsek. La voce segreta by Bianca Pitzorno. Vos en haas by Sylvia Vanden Heede. We have our dreams by A. Whirikoki and his seal by Mere Clarke. Witnesses to War by Michael Leapman. Wo geht's nach Dublin? Wo he wo jia fu jin de ye gou men by Lai-Ma. Yoko by Rosemary Wells. Zack by William Bell. Zoe und Rea. Het zomerwoordenboek by Nannie Kuiper. Aja Dobbo by Charlotte Reuter. Alboum by Christian Bruel. Alex, le petit joueur de hockey by Gilles Tibo. Angels Passing by by Judith Clarke. Anything But a Grabooberry by Anushka Ravishankar.
Bear's Eggs by Ingrid Schubert. Benny and Omar by Eoin Colfer. The Bone Talker by Shelley A. A cavallo della scopa by Bianca Pitzorno. Cheerful spirits by Gita Iyengar. Chikka by Hira Nirodi Chandran. The Clay Ladies by Michael Bedard. Coup de soleil by Michelle Daufresne. Crazy by Benjamin Lebert. Cuba: After the Revolution by Bernard Wolf. Le cueilleur d'histoires by Sonia Sarfati.
Dans la cour des grands by Kidi Bebey. Dao cao ren by Shengtao Ye. Dare to be Different by Amnesty International. The Death Book by Pernilla Stalfelt. Deux yeux, un nez, une bouche by Anne-Laure Witschger. Diabollo by Helme Heine. Dias de reyes magos by Emilio Pascual.
Dunkel war's, der Mond schien helle. Verse, Reime und Gedichte by Edmund Jacoby. Eddas lysthus by Jacob Clausen. Elefantevangeliet by Hans Sande. Flags by Maxine Trottier. Las fotos de Sara by Gabriela Rubio. Freddrik by Walter Vik. Le grand livre contre le racisme by Alain Serres. The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson. Ha, la perle nue by Grd. Hangman by Julia Jarman. He phidogennete vasilopoula kai alla paramythia by Maria Mamalinka.
Heiligabend im Himmel by Henning Pawel. Heksenfee by Brigitte Minne. Hello Baby by Jenni Overend. Henri Rousseau: die schlafende Zigeunerin by Angela Wenzel. Las historias perdidas by Jordi Sierra i Fabra. Historien om Job by Peter Madsen. Hjerte-smerte by Marianne Viermyr. Honghuli Red fox by Shixi Shen. Im Garten der Tiere by Henning Wiesner. In einem tiefen, dunklen Wald The Inuksuk Book by Mary Wallace. Ioshi i la pluja by Montserrat Canela.
Is Anybody Listening? Iskender by Hermann Schulz. J'attends un petit frere by Vilcoq Marianne. Jamela's Dress by Niki Daly. Jordens skod by Anders Johansen. Kapa haka by Katerina Te Heikoko Mataira. Im Land der Lemuren. Der Klavierling by Lotte Kinskofer. Das kleine Nein! Kleine Schwester der Nacht by Anita Siegfried. Konfetoedenie by Grigorij Oster. L' uomo della luna by Beatrice Masini. L'arbre de Joachim by Philippe Quinta.
Landlocked by Catherine Johnson. Lauf, Lilly, lauf! Laura by Binette Schroeder. A Leaf in Time by David Walker. Leo finder en hund by Irma Lauridsen. Et les petites filles dansent by Jo Hoestlandt. Lester by Bernard Beckett. Lidia e i turchi by Giuseppe Ferrandino. Little Soldier by Bernard Ashley. Lustro pana Grymsa by Dorota Terakowska.
Maman, pourquoi tu m'aimes? Manas by Turat Sadykov. Maria Moll Cappero by Paola Pallottino. Mart en De Liefde by Arend van Dam. Marta and the Bicycle by Germano Zullo. The mealie-cob doll by Marianna Brandt. La memoria dell'acqua by Silvana Gandolfi. Messieurs Propres by Christine Destours. Muis ging eens op wandel by Guido Van Genechten. Muslim Child : a collection of short stories and poems by Rukhsana Khan.
My Brother Sammy by Becky Edwards. Nanseli, waar ren je heen? No tinc paraules by Arnal Ballester. No, no fui yo! Not Chicago. Not Here. La notte dei lupi by Pinin Carpi. Nuka bliver fanger by Palle Petersen. Nur Ana Mother's light by Nuran Turan. A odalisca e o elefante by Pauline Alphen. Le ombre cinesi by Roberto Piumini. Ouek, ouek, au secours!
Petit Doux n'a pas peur by Marie Wabbes. La peur bleue d'Arthur Piselli e farfalline Prikazki ot drevna Trakija by Anatol Vesel. Prinsessan siivet by Kaarina Helakisa. Prinzessin Metaphysika by Markus Tiedemann. Raisel's Riddle by Erica Silverman. Rakas Mikael by Marja-Leena Tiainen.
Schluss gemacht by Uli Lehnhof. Sector 7 by David Wiesner. Share the Sky by Ting-Xing Ye. Sink or swim by Ron Bunney. Een sok met streepjes by Joke van Leeuwen. A son among daughters by Jasper Onuekwusi. Sonst noch was by Elke Heidenreich. Spasonosna odluka A saving decision by Gordana Maletic-Vrhovac. Spinners by Donna Jo Napoli. Stony Heart Country by David Metzenthen. La strada del guerriero by Pierdomenico Baccalario.
Ta megala papoutsia by Kika Poulcheriou. Tahdon by Kari Levola. The talking walking stick by Tendai Makura. Um fio de fumo nos confins do mar by Alice Vieira. Unbroken by Jessie Haas. Valonarkaa by Peter Pohl. Van de sneeuwman die niet smelten wou by Henri Van Daele. Verboden toegang by Beatrijs Nolet. Vildvinter by Anna-Karin Palm.
The virus trap by Ira Saxena. A visit to the orchards of heaven by Anthony Holcroft. Wake Up, World! War and the Pity of War by Neil Philip. Warum der Hase lange Ohren hat by Martin Auer. Wat staat daar? We Share Everything! What about Anna? Wie man seine Eltern erzieht by Joseph von Westphalen. Der Wolf ist tot. Wonders Never Cease by James Pope. Das Wunder von Jasina by Petr Chudozilov. Yumba Days by Herb Wharton. Zizn' zamecatel'nych zverej The life of famous animals by Michail D.
Im Jahr des Pferdes. Adventures of Mekatilili by Elizabeth Orchardson-Mazrui. Als ik eens een wens mocht doen by Franz Hohler. The Amber Spyglass by Philip Pullman. Anton mit dem roten Schal by Antonia Baginski. Barnens djurbok A- by Stig Erberth. Beeldhouwer voor de farao by Peter Schaap. Die Bibliothek by Franz S. The Birdman by Melvin Burgess. Il borgomastro di Francoforte by Adriana Merenda. The Breadwinner by Deborah Ellis. Bubblegum Delicious by Dennis Lee. A cama by Lygia Bojunga. The Carpenter's apprentice : from stories published in Target magazine by Vijaya Ghose.
Seguin by Alphonse Daudet. Charlie Wilcox by Sharon E. The Cinnamon Tree by Aubrey Flegg. Ciro in cerca d'amore by Beatrice Masini. Columbeta, la isla libro by Carles Cano. Creiamo il mondo! Cuchilla by Evelio Rosero Diago. Une cuisine grande comme le monde by Alain Serres. De dag dat er niets bijzonders gebeurde by Anton van der Kolk.
Dal diario di una bambina troppo occupata by Stefano Bordiglioni. La danse interdite: roman by Rachel Hausfater. Du darfst nicht schreien by Gudrun Pausewang. Les eaux de Jade by Francine Pelletier. Ekologiceskie skazki : dlja detej, roditelej i pedagogov Ecological fairy tales : for children, parents and educators by L. El bostezo del puma by Gonzalo Moure. Emir Yaman by Zeynep Bassa. Emma's Noorderlicht by Diet Verschoor. Enciclopedia liliput a naturii. Ensam med min bror by Ulf Stark. Fiabe campane by Roberto De Simone. Finnegan's Wind by John Wood.
La foresta-radice-labirinto by Italo Calvino. Fox by Margaret Wild. Futurismo by Giovanna Giaume. Ga je mee? Gawha-i arizu The dreamed cows by Muhammad Hadi Muhammadi. Geh mit niemandem mit, Lena! The Genius of Leonardo by Guido Visconti. Die Geschichte vom albernen Hans by Friedrich K. Die Geschichte vom Hasen by Kurt Schwitters. Die Geschichte vom kleinen Hund, der nicht bellen konnte. The gift by Libby Hathorn. The Grave by James Heneghan. De griezeltjes by Marianne Busser. Das Hallenbad : Roman by Gabriele Wohmann. Histoire connue by Bruno Heitz. History, mystery dal, and biryani : stories of the past by Subhadra Sen Gupta.
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Jij bent de liefste by Hans Hagen. Jonas, die Gans by Rachel van Kooij. Kleine leugens by Chris Bos. Libre sur paroles by Michel Le Bourhis. Lilly und Engelchen by Helga Hegewisch-Lasky. The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan. Ma che razza di razza e? La maison bleue by Anne Herbauts. Marc Chagall : What colour is paradise? Mijn zus draagt een heuvel op haar rug by Ed Franck. Mon petit papa de rien du tout by Jo Hoestlandt.
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Mouse Hotel by Pamela Wolfe. Nana's son by Meshack Asare.
Nattekjolen by Thomas Winding. Nicht alle Engel sind aus Stein by Dagmar Chidolue. Niemandsdochter by Irma Krauss. Nuno, le petit roi by Mario Ramos. Oh, boy! Oliver in the garden by Margaret Beames. Olivia by Ian Falconer. Een opa om nooit te vergeten by Bette Westera. Para o meio da rua by Ana Saldanha. Paroles de la mer by Jean-Pierre Kerlo'ch.
Pedro catorce by Horacio Cassinelli. Prins Purk og troldene by Charlotte Blay. O Pustu in zakletem gradu : slovenska ljudska pravljica Carnival and the enchanted castle : a Slovenian folktale by Anton Dremelj-Resnik. Rain dance by Cathy Applegate. Die Reise nach Amerika by Robert Gernhardt. Roller und Rosenkranz. Der Ruf der Steppe by Michael Stuhr.
Un safari en el salon by Joan De Deu Prats. Sairaan siisti kipsi! Saving Abbie by Allan Baillie. Scarface and the Angel by William Taylor. Schreimutter by Jutta Bauer. Il segreto dello scrigno by Alberto Melis. The Shadows of Ghadames by Joelle Stolz. Shirley Hughes Collection by Shirley Hughes. Silent to the Bone by E. SkySisters by Jan Bourdeau Waboose. Le soleil oiseleur by Michel Monnereau. Sonnennebel by Hermann Schulz. Stories from the Bible by Lisbeth Zwerger. The storm by Kathy Henderson.
Tornatras by Bianca Pitzorno. Touch Me by James Moloney. La vendetta delle bestiazze by Ugo Vicic. Vicky Angel by Jacqueline Wilson. Ville liljer : roman by Sylvelin Vatle. Warlands by Rachel Anderson. Water flowers by Poile Sengupta. Der Winter der Kinder. Oder Alissas Traum. Witte pijn by Ina Vandewijer. Wo bist du nur?
Xiao-hong-chuan The small red boat by Hongying Yang. Zmaj Lakotaj z Ljubljanskega gradu by Janez Bitenc. Un arranged Marriage by Bali Rai. Aavikoiden seikkailija by Raili Mikkanen. En af den slags dage by Julie Flansmose. Aiuto, arrivano le amiche della mamma! Aladdin by Thierry Aprile. Ancora un giorno: Milano by Roberto Denti. En avant l'enfanfare! Bakterieboken by Karin Bergqvist.
Baloney Henry P. Bastiaan komt eraan by Simone van der Vlugt. Beesten in het nieuws by Rindert Kromhout. Een bijzondere dag by Yvonne Jagtenberg. Breaking the Silence by Larry O'Loughlin. Clown d'urgence by Thierry Dedieu. The counterfeit treasure by Arun Kumar Dutta. Crespi Jacopo by Mino Milani. The Crowded Beach by Laurene Kelly.
Dackel und Dogge by Vera Eggermann. The Days of the Deer by Liliana Bodoc. Le Defi de Zaina by Charlotte Bousquet. Demokratihandboken by Sassa Buregren. Di tanto in tanto tondo tondo by Alfredo Stoppa. Do you see what I see? Don Igitti und die Bellkartoffel by Florentine Joop. Dreamwalker by Isobelle Carmody. For this purpose, we examined the factor structure and the composition of the resulted factors in a large sample of patients with MDD in PC by means of a factor analysis of the ZSDS. The factor analysis presented in the current manuscript is a post-hoc analysis of the data reported in a large cross-sectional epidemiological study conducted on patients diagnosed with MDD, in accordance with the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition DSM-IV criteria [ 22 ].
The study was reviewed and approved by the ethical review committee of Puerta de Hierro Hospital in Madrid. Patients were selected from seventy-nine PC sites widely distributed across Spain. Subjects seeking consultation for whatever reason between April and July were selected using a systematic procedure based on appointment logs. Other inclusion criteria included being at least 18 years of age and not having any condition that would impede understanding of the study or the informed consent.
A signed authorization for the collection and use of clinical data in accordance with standing regulations regarding personal data protection was obtained from all subjects prior to enrolment. According to available data [ 24 ] this cut-off yields sensitivity of 0. All participating physicians attended a one-day training session prior to study commencement to establish uniform criteria as to the use of the assessment instruments and data collection.
The Zung self-rating depression scale [ 26 ] is a self-reported item measure of the symptoms of depression. Items responses are ranked from 1 to 4, with higher scores corresponding to more frequent symptoms. Ten items are worded positively and the other 10 are worded negatively. Total scores on the ZSDS do not correspond with a clinical diagnosis of depression but rather indicate the level of depressive symptoms that may be of clinical relevance.
It has been established as a valid, reliable instrument in several studies in order to measure depressive symptoms [ 27 , 28 , 29 ]. The CGI-S scale is a 7-category scale in which the investigator scores the severity of a patient's mental disorder. An exploratory factor analysis on the ZSDS scores was used to extract the factor solution. The factor analysis was performed, based on the polychoric correlations matrix between ZSDS items by means of the unweighted least squares method, since the normality supposition was not met [ 30 ], and using promax oblique rotation [ 31 ].
After rotation items with a loading of at least 0. The first sample was used to perform an exploratory factor analysis exploratory phase and the second was used to validate the results validation phase and to perform a confirmatory factor analysis by means of the unweighted least squares method. CGI values were grouped as follows: mild-moderate: "mildly depressed" 3 , "moderately depressed" 4 and "notably depressed" 5 ; Severe: "severely depressed" 6 and "extremely depressed" 7.
To compare these groups, mean estimates were made of each factor, by adding the mean scores of all patients in each factor extracted from the factor model in each group. A variance analysis was performed to detect any differences. And finally, a descriptive examination of the item ZSDS was performed at a quantitative level, calculating sample means and standard deviations, and also at a categorical level, providing percentages for each response.
The highest score in a single item of the ZSDS is 4 i. Pattern of factors after rotation. Values for items with greater weight and greater intercorrelation are highlighted in bold.
According to the polychoric correlations matrix, all items except diurnal variation item 2 and constipation item 8 , presented high intercorrelations with items within the same factor Table 2. The items relating to diurnal variation and constipation were eliminated from the factor analysis because of their low correlation with the other items. The four-factor solution was validated and an identical factor solution was obtained with high congruence coefficients CC for each factor: 0. After this, a second model was run to obtain a 3-factor solution.
The resulted 3-factor solution was less optimal since it accounted for less of the total variance Examination of the fit indexes indicated that both models came close to fitting the data however the 4-factor model had better goodness-of-fit coefficients. Besides the 3-factor model did not achieve an acceptable AGFI value whereas the 4-factor model did. This analysis showed an identical factor solution in females mean CC: 0. Finally, when comparing factor I scores in patients from rural vs. There were no other significant differences between factor scores and gender, age, place of residence and severity of depression.
The four factors extracted from the factor analysis were interpreted, according to the nature of the symptoms in each factor, as: core depressive factor Factor I , cognitive factor Factor II , anxiety factor Factor III and somatic factor Factor IV. The core depressive factor appears to primarily reflect emotional or affective symptoms of depression, such as depressed affect, suicidal rumiation, dissatisfaction and personal devaluation.
Other studies have identified a similar factor but used different labels, " manifest depressed mood" [ 13 ], "general depression" or "negative affect" being depressed mood the core symptom in all of them [ 33 ]. Factor I has the greatest weight, accounting for This factor includes two symptoms that are essential in order to diagnose depression such as depressed mood and loss of interest or ability to enjoy things as reflected in items 1: "I feel down-hearted and blue," "I feel hopeful about the future" and "I still enjoy the things I used to do.
In other studies this item was also associated with core depressive symptoms [ 6 , 11 ] possibly due to the way in which this item is worded "I still enjoy sex" that would reflect the loss of sexual drive. These items seem to reflect altered cognitive function possibly due to decreased concentration and speed of response. Indeed, this is why this factor has been interpreted as cognitive. Sugawara M and colleagues found a similar grouping of ZSDS items confusion, psychomotor retardation and indecisiveness in a sample of women during pregnancy and the post-partum period [ 12 ].
Interestingly, unlike other factor studies on the ZSDS [ 11 , 12 , 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 , 18 , 19 ] we have found a factor III that groups items associated with typical symptoms of anxiety disorders irritability, psychomotor agitation, restlessness, and sleep disturbances in particular generalised anxiety disorder [ 33 ]. For this reason factor III has been labelled as anxiety factor.
Despite methodological differences, these symptoms irritability, psychomotor agitation and sleep disturbances were also grouped together in another study conducted on a combined sample of PC attenders and community residents [ 5 ]. It is possible that, unlike other factor analyses of the ZSDS, we have identified an anxiety dimension due to the fact that our sample comes from a PC setting, with a predominance of females This is consistent with previous reports showing that anxious depression is more likely to be present amongst women and in PC settings [ 34 ].
With regard to factor IV, interpreted as a somatic factor decreased appetite, weight loss and tachycardia , our findings are consistent with those reported by other studies [ 10 , 13 , 17 ]. Collectivelly, these results indicate that the ZSDS provides a factor structure of clinical relevance in this patient population.
However, since the factor structure of this scale has not been examined in PC patients with depression before further studies are needed in order to confirm these results. When interpreting this factor solution it is worth noting that our sample is a PC population with a diagnosis of current MDD episode present only in less than half of patients This reflects the underdiagnosis and undertreatment of MDD in PC already addressed at length by other studies [ 35 , 36 , 37 , 38 ].
Previous factor analysis studies on ZSDS have proposed four-, three- or two- factor models with differences in the type and number of items loaded in each factor. This may be due to the fact that those studies were conducted on different sample populations. I want to promote it further and I feel that this is a great way to do so! In return for sponsorship, I can provide publicity on all of my social media sites such as WordPress, Twitter and facebook I currently have and I will be creating more!
Come and join in with rousing songs, waving flags and generally having a good time Tickets available from: Joan Mitchell Doreen Sykes Office I think I know why. What the Bard actually had on his mind when he wrote these words was shopping. I am sure that he thought that if it were done, etc. I can imagine the scene: In the kitchen is Anne, Hathawaying like billy-o over a heap of vegetables while a pot of stew simmers over a blazing fire.
The Bard wanders in, flicking a dagger idly between his fingers. I say. The Bard sighs resignedly and turns to the door. In wanders Francis Bacon from next door. Just the man! While you were gone Oi finished up thic play you was writin. We have seen it occasionally if we are having an early dinner and watch it as I am slaving away over a hot microwave in the kitchen. The negativity of the contestants amazes me. The majority of them play safe and urge their team mates to opt for a meagre amount of dosh, instead of a sizeable, albeit riskier, target. I have no idea what the highest amount has been - I think I remember a figure of thirty something grand once, although most of the time the total prize money amounts to less than ten thousand.
This is divided between the number of players left in the game, but only if they can outsmart one of the chasers each of whom is a veritable walking encyclopaedia. No, the thing that surprises me is that this is probably a once only opportunity to make a decent few bob, but very few of the contestants cast aside all their inhibitions and really go for it.
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I mean, you go on to the show with nothing, so why not take. Unfortunately for the most part they seem to be content with a couple of thousand quid in order to take a three day cruise to Canvey Island or replace their old rusting Ford Escort, for a new Vespa. But even that is a rare occurrence as far as I know.
Then you have that old favourite, Who Wants to be a Millionaire, where the maximum prize, as the title suggests, is a staggering one million. But is it so staggering? I mean, what exactly would a mill buy you these days? Viv declared that she was going to spend, spend, spend. She did and was broke within three years. It is estimated that more than 11, people in the UK earn a million a year plus, which would indicate that the number of people holding more than a million in cash assets is many times that. Add to that property, shares and investments and the actual figure of millionaires in.
But there is now a distinct difference between being a millionaire and living a millionaire life-style. What would it buy you? So a more modest target would need to be looked at — say five hundred thousand.
That would get you an above average four bedroom detached in many areas. But then maintaining it and living comfortably would be mighty difficult with the depressing interest rates today. You would seriously have to consider keeping the day job just to tread water. If you opted for an even more modest property at say k, then welcome to Birkenhead or Goole — at least you would be near the sea.
The interest on the rest, even without buying a new motor and a round-the-world-cruise, should just about ensure a reasonable life style if you were careful. No, I reckon that By Colin Bird : badbirdnow gmail. This would get you that pad in Chipping Campden; a nice Aston Martin Vantage; numerous foreign trips and a villa on the beach in St Barts with its own dock and accompanying Sunseeker. This should leave you with plenty in the kitty to invest wisely and live high off the hog for the rest of your life.
You knows how that fat boy Fleance eats! Don Sageo draughted the letter to the Ministro del Interior. The motive for sending the communication had been twofold. First, out of academic interest. He wanted to know how the laws and precedents of antiquity affected modern statute. An over indulgence of Remitroot liquor accounts for the obscurity of the second motive.
The drink generates its own logic and a subsequent loss of memory. The letter was known about but due to the apathy of the village, totally forgotten. The people of Alqueria dislike bureaucracy and view all officials whether petty, state or European with suspicion. The letter was just seen as another example of red-tape. Surely it could not upset the everyday life of the village. The Ministro del Interior, on receiving the despatch and seeing who the sender was quickly passed it to another department.
To be involved in the affairs of Alqueria is not a good career move. The Great Pepino Scandal of 97 had taught those in power not to associate themselves with the intrigues of that troublesome little village. Government department after department handled, ignored and passed on the letter. Finally the fabric of the envelope succumbed to fatigue and the contents tumbled out. On seeing the suggestion that Alqueria may no longer be part of Spain ministers of state clambered for the kudos of finally solving the Alquerian problem.
The papers were duly signed and the Royal Seal affixed. Alqueria was no longer part of Spain and therefore not answerable to the Madrid Government. All that needed to be done was to despatch the papers making Alqueria foreign soil and organise the biggest fiesta in the history of the Spanish Civil Service. Don Sageo read the reply several times. He thought perhaps he should say nothing but this was not the sort of thing that could be kept to oneself. An emergency meeting is to take place in the village square and Don Sageo has gone into hiding.
Across 7 Bird before I drink 7 8 Condiment from first Chinese hut with part of body, we hear 7 10 Compare most of lip with short Kenneth 5 11 Average father, right? Sudoku is a placement puzzle. Enter the numbers 1 to 9 in each row and column of a grid, made up of 3 x 3 subgrids. The catch is that each row, column and grid must contain only one instance of each number or letter. Sean from Eden Hairdressers of Hondon de las Nieves devoted the evening to dressing the models hair whilst Lily Anna Cox attended to their makeup. The woman members of the Hondon Valley British Legion were especially attentive as they have their Poppy Ball on 2nd November when they celebrate the Poppy Appeal and the dresses on show were just right for the occasion.
Great Food Superb Value We serve a wide range of food from lite bites to home-cooked favourites Served from 11am- pm every day. Dave the Legion Chairman reminded the audience that all money collected for the Poppy Appeal goes to assisting any of our armed forces who fall on hard times whilst living in Spain. Next meeting 16th October 7. AFA Torrevieja invited the families and friends of their patients from the 2 day centres and other sufferers along with a number of patients themselves, AFA employees and volunteers and representatives from the Town Hall to join in with the events.
An information table was available in the main Plaza in Torrevieja from At All other AFA Associations, throughout Valencia, also read the manifesto at the same time in a show of solidarity to help manage this disease. The manifesto gave statistics about how many people are affected and constantly being diagnosed with the disease and the level of local commitment to help deal with this social issue.
Following the reading of the. An example of some of our projects this month include a commercial rental centre complete IT installation including fax and print. Tours, help, advice, and friendship were on offer throughout the afternoon and a range of music and dancing took place until The events were well supported. Thank you as usual to the Torrevieja Town Hall for giving us a public voice in the Plaza and to all the media who publish our message.
A big thank you to all our volunteers,. We offer a comprehensive annual support package designed to provide fixed. This was a huge team effort and we thank you all. Email: afatorrevieja hotmail. As a value add we will install monitoring tools on your computers which will report back to us on an hourly basis. Thus we can advise if your machines have virus infections, low hard disk space, faulty hard drives and a multitude of other services. If you wish we can for no extra charge send you an automated daily report.
Jack and I have between us nearly twenty five years commercial IT experience. With 1, stores across the UK, its name has become a familiar sight on almost every High Street. But bakery chain Greggs is poised to expand even further afield - by supplying sausage rolls to British soldiers serving abroad. If successful, the concept could be rolled out to serve more than 32, British soldiers across the globe. The products will be baked throughout the day by Greggs-trained Naafi personnel and displayed on a Greggs-branded counter.
They will cost as much as they do in Britain. Greggs claimed that its products had come top in a survey which asked armed forces personnel what items they most missed from home. Mr Osborne announced in March that hot snacks would be subject to 20 per cent VAT, but the decision was overturned in May after a much-publicised campaign led by the bakery chain.
Members felt that they had earned their relaxation time having attended twice weekly rehearsal sessions throughout the very hot summer months of July and August to learn their acting, song and dance routines for their October production. Members also rewarded themselves to a three course meal after their game of golf at the Athena Restaurant also at La Mosca Commercial. The evening was a great success and thoroughly enjoyed by all. The production promises to be a colourful, amusing and entertaining variety show. Tickets can be obtained from Colin on or Tom on The curtain will rise at Marie Joy was born into the theatre, her father having also been a well-known entertainer.
Hailing from the Welsh capital, Cardiff, she started her dancing career at the tender age of three years! Marie Joy met Mike Davies, then a young professional singer and compere, in Their popularity has never waned. The third member of the Davies family is Monty, an adopted stray! Curtain up at For more info contact Lyn on A very healthy eating food plan with very good results. Only 5 euros weekly with no joining fee or charge for missed weeks. All welcome.
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Mot just up, good runner. Give Turre a try! Before moving to Turre I did not know much about the place apart from driving down the main drag noticing its selection of British owned bars and shops. Turre seems to be a much maligned and misunderstood place similar to Albox which also gets a bad press; often from people that have never even visited either town.
I had visited the old part of Turre before as we at Findmeahome have a beautiful reformed town house there for sale and thought it looked an attractive part of town. It also has the best wine selection to be seen outside of the hypermarkets in Almeria City even stocking shock horror! Non Spanish wines no less. Leaving the main drag there are some great little shops and bars serving good inexpensive tapas plus some great restaurants in the town for all tastes.
Wandering a side street recently we found a place where they turn reclaimed timber into beautiful pieces of furniture. I bought a pine desk and commissioned the owner to turn a beautiful old door we saw there into an outdoor dining table. There is also a second hand furniture shop at the top of the town. I did wryly smile the other day when ordering some food in a bar, firstly the tapas arrived stone cold as serving staff never seem to understand that if three plates are.
The plates were also tossed down on the table as far away as possible from us. We had to get up and look for forks, then napkins and crikey when I dared to ask for Tabasco sauce the waitress said no before I had even finished my sentence. The poor girl kept complaining how busy she was but still had time for fags and a sit down with some mates.
In the same town is a bar where the owners smile at the customers, the food is delicious and served hot with all the trimmings plus customers are asked if they are enjoying what they eat. I will let my feet will vote for me next time I am out. The Club Sandwich when made correctly and with love is a magnificent beast; by correctly I mean it should have an egg in it and be cut into quarters with each held together by a little skewer.
Up until now La Vida in Cucador were streets ahead, then last week the Beachcomber in Mojacar added the magnificent beast to its menu. Alerted by Facebook I tried one at the weekend after Beachcomber John promised mine would have the required egg inside and very good it was too. La Vida still holds my OCD award for the best club sandwich due to the fact that the Beachcomber sandwich was only cut into two! Anyone that knew Dave Byfleet of DB Autos will surely remember him as a hardworking, gentle, quiet and kind man. Dave and his son Kyle helped me many times whenever I had car trouble in the past.
I send my condolences to his wife Michelle and family. Stephen Amore has lived in Almeria since July and owns Findmeahome estate agency. Writing on a variety of topics close to his heart such as environmental issues, animal welfare, food and drink, music and travel, as well as commenting on the absurdities of living in Spain! There are an awful lot of people going to University now. I think it is so important that more of us are being educated to a higher level because there are lots of things today that are incredibly complicated.
No, just ordering a drink can be a trial for the highly educated Graduates out there. I recently went to my local Starbucks and, oh my, what a trial. I wanted a drink. Silly me! The days of asking for a cup of tea, cup of coffee or a hot chocolate are long gone. I asked for a hot chocolate, it was like an interrogation and I had to answer, within milliseconds. What size? Did I want cream? Did I want flake? A squirt of caramel? Actually I felt sorrier for the lady behind me who, while I was waiting for whatever on earth it was that I had been harangued into ordering, was asking for coffee.
Clearly, neither she nor I were up to the standard of their usual customers, for she also had a terrible time. Did she want House Blend or Colombian Blend? Was it an Espresso she wanted? Did she want medium or blonde? The poor woman stood open mouthed and just nodded. Those Ethiopian shepherds never had this trouble five hundred years ago! He lives part of the year near Albox, but works in Qatar, teaching. If you wish to contact Graham regarding this article email: helenandg yahoo. His autobiography is a fascinating journey for someone who has had an interesting life.
He was ambitious and that is clearly evident here. He just missed being a member of the team.
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As it turned out ironically, the French won the gold and England the silver. The book is a comprehensive accounting of cycling during the 50s and 60s and gives an informative account of the cycling industry and business from the 60s onwards. Clements used his expertise in the industry for many years at a senior level producing bicycle frames, supplying bikes to countries around the world and name-dropping is something to be expected when you are working in a lucrative field such as this and mixing with celebrities and world class cyclists.
Too ambitious? Mention was made of Tommy Simpson, Alan Jackson and Ron Coe who all had premature, untimely deaths but no doubt there were many more who died far too early striving for success in sport. An enjoyable read. Available from Amazon. Carol Naylor - writ ing exclusively for the Sol Times Naylorcl hotmail.
We had lost one team from last season, but they had been quickly replaced by a new team, so the league is at full strength with 14 teams. The result was an win for the Mixers. H was Marion Haynes, hcp series, and for the Carps, it was their skipper Stuart Thompson with a hcp series. Two of the most popular. Andy Copp bowling for Bandoleros had the male high hcp game of the night, , and Irene Lakin top scored for L. B with a hcp series. The result was a convincing win. Top bowler for L. The match. The day looked overcast with a nice breeze that thankfully, blew the rain clouds out of the way and let the 32 members and guest get on with their game without having to worry about any pesky rain.
It is fair to say that the course, in general was in quite good condition but alas one or two of the greens are in need of some TLC. Certainly the scoring was very reasonable and even though only one member broke par, there were. This weeks competition was an open match and the only one of this season. The venue being the Eden canal. Well, at present that is a misnomer as the river has continual flow, with all this water flowing straight into the sea?????.
Again, the fishing was patchy with the noted pegs providing the best weights. As always you needed your cutters as the bamboo,s are growing at an alarming rate. The majority of the fish coming in the last hour. Your generosity is very much appreciated. Roger Nilsen came 3rd with 33 points. Failure to do so will mean the joining fee will have to be paid again. Inter club team match, which was fished at Blanca on the 18th September.