Daryl Jackson

Aqua Del Ray Resort Whitsundays , Qld Submission * Anzac Parade Canberra , ACT ( Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn Pty Ltd ) Competition entry * South Brisbane ...

Author: Daryl Jackson

Publisher: Images Publishing

ISBN: 1875498524

Category: Architecture

Page: 256

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This monograph reviews the work of a well-known and respected Australian firm whose projects cover a diverse range in Australia, the Middle East and Europe. Architect of Melbourne's MCG. The Master Architect Series is a valuable information source and r

Richie Millstone Evil Daryl the Dragon Planet

Mynor regularly teased Daryl and vice versa. He had no fear of Daryl and his master pranking ways. Daryl wasn't fazed by the butt jab and simply scoffed ...

Author: E. H. Allen

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781490799834

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 656

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Richie Millstone, Evil Daryl & the Dragon Planet is the fourth book in a ten-book series about the adventures of a teen boy and his friends as they travel through time on a machine built by the teen’s father. They meet tons of new people along the way and help those that need it. The fifth book in the series will be the final book where the kids are teens. The sixth thru tenth books will be more on the kids’ lives as they grow into young-adults thru their older years.

Daryl Talbot s Cowboy Cartoons 2

The second installment of Daryl Talbot's Cowboy Cartoons series is guaranteed to produce more than a few knee- slaps from cowboys and cowboy-wanna-be's ...

Author: Talbot, Daryl

Publisher: Pelican Publishing

ISBN: 145560335X

Category: Humor


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Horses, pickup trucks, ropin', and relationships are just some of the topics in this entertaining series of cowboy cartoons. Horses are often jealous of pickup trucks, while wives are often jealous of the horses! At the rodeo and on the ranch, the opportunities for mishaps abound, providing humorous results. With his many life experiences and his vivid imagination to draw on, Talbot has again created a series of memorable cowboy cartoons to delight readers of all ages. Daryl Talbot is a native of Oklahoma, and is proud of his Choctaw Indian and Western heritage. He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, where he worked as a staff artist and consultant while attending school. Talbot began his professional cartooning career while serving in the U.S. Marines during the Vietnam era. This service was followed by a hitch in the Navy as an illustrator and cartoonist, where he won awards for his cartoons. From 1990 to 1992, he exhibited and drew cowboy and cowgirl cartoons for rodeo fans and contestants of the National High School Finals Rodeo. This was followed by drawing board support of the new Shawnee, Oklahoma, based International Finals Youth Rodeo, an annual event held for the rodeo youth of the United States and Canada. In 1993, Talbot was invited to exhibit his work with a group of professional cowboy cartoonists, Cowboy Cartoonists International, in Cody, Wyoming.

The Guardian DARYL

Daryl scrambled toward the rear tire, took cover and peered around the crushed bumper. The men hadn't moved. Damn fools. If Daryl had been in their shoes, ...

Author: Lisa B. Kamps

Publisher: BimHaven Press

ISBN: 9780998195179

Category: Fiction

Page: 310

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These men never back away from danger—and always fall hard for love in Cover Six Security, an explosive new series from USA Today Bestselling Author Lisa B. Kamps Daryl "Zeus" Anderson walks the edge of danger. Strong. Dependable. Always in control--except for that one night in a tropical paradise that still haunts him. When an old friend calls in a favor, Daryl answers the call, never expecting to come face-to-face with the woman who damn near shattered his restraint--and his heart. Kelsey Davis has been running for the last five years: for her safety, for her sanity, for more than just her life. The dangerous game she's been thrust into is nearing an end and she's forced to turn to the man her father swears will guard her with his life--the same man she's already run away from once. The clock is ticking and Kelsey needs to decide if she can trust her new guardian with more than her heart. Because in this game, there's more at stake than love--and making the wrong decision could cost much more than just their lives.

The Essential Daryl Hine

William Daryl Hine was born on February 24, 1936, in Burnaby, B.C., and adopted in infancy by Robert Fraser, a school principal, and Elsie James Hine, ...

Author: Daryl Hine

Publisher: The Porcupine's Quill

ISBN: 9780889848221

Category: Poetry

Page: 64

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First published at the age of fifteen and admired for six decades as a poetic virtuoso, Daryl Hine is recognized today as one of the strongest Canadian poets of the twentieth century. His poems, widely cultured and often autobiographical, engage with a remarkable variety of forms, genres, and subjects. With their complex syntax and lavish deployment of metres, tropes, and rhyme, the poems in The Essential Daryl Hine reveal what Pollock, in his illuminating foreword, calls "a matador of art, fighting the toro of death with consummate style." The Essential Poets Series presents the works of Canada’s most celebrated poets in editions that are beautiful, accessible, and affordable. The Essential Daryl Hine is the 12th volume in the series.

Daydream Daryl and the Lemonade Business

Daryl told Morn about his plan and asked for her help. Mom showed Daryl where the supplies were to build his lemonade stand. Then she helped him make some ...


Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781411663473



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Harrow recollections By an old Harrovian Sidney Daryl

Sidney DARYL (pseud. [i.e. Sir Douglas Straight.]), sir Douglas Straight. School

Author: Sidney DARYL (pseud. [i.e. Sir Douglas Straight.])


ISBN: BL:A0018535867


Page: 124

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Eligible for Execution

Drawing on interviews with key participants; direct observation of the hearings; and close examination of court documents, transcripts, and press accounts, Thomas G. Walker provides readers with a rare view of the entire judicial process.

Author: Thomas G. Walker

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781483304533

Category: Political Science

Page: 320

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This riveting and enlightening narrative unfolds on the night of August 16, 1996, with the brutal and senseless murder of Eric Nesbitt, a young man stationed at Langley Air Force Base, at the hands of 18-year-old Daryl Atkins. Over the course of more than a decade, Atkins’s case has bounced between the lowest and the highest levels of the judicial system. Found guilty and then sentenced to death in 1998 for Nesbitt’s murder, the Atkins case was then taken up in 2002 by the U.S. Supreme Court. The issue before the justices: given Daryl Atkins’s mental retardation, would his execution constitute cruel and unusual punishment, in violation of the Eighth Amendment? A 6–3 vote said yes. Daryl Atkins’s situation was far from being resolved though. Prosecutors claimed that Atkins failed to meet the statutory definition of mental retardation and reinstituted procedures to carry out his death sentence. Back in circuit court, the jury returned its verdict: Daryl Atkins was not retarded. Atkins’s attorneys promptly filed a notice of appeal, and the case continues today. Drawing on interviews with key participants; direct observation of the hearings; and close examination of court documents, transcripts, and press accounts, Thomas G. Walker provides readers with a rare view of the entire judicial process. Never losing sight of the stakes in a death penalty case, he explains each step in Atkins’s legal journey from the interactions of local law enforcement, to the decision-making process of the state prosecutor, to the Supreme Court’s ruling, and beyond. Walker sheds light on how legal institutions and procedures work in real life—and how they are all interrelated—to help students better understand constitutional issues, the courts, and the criminal justice system. Throughout, Walker also addresses how disability, race, and other key demographic and social issues affect the case and society’s views on the death penalty.

With the tide or A life s voyage By Sidney Daryl

Daryl is a pleasant and promising writer for children . " - Athenæum . Sidney
Daryl has a capital style in addressing young people . He makes himself one
amongst ...

Author: sir Douglas Straight


ISBN: OXFORD:600078982



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D.A.R.Y.L.--a Data Analysing Robot Youth Lifeform--is a little robot boy who must escape government agents seeking to terminate him while discovering what it means to be human and the importance of love.

Author: N. H. Kleinbaum

Publisher: Pacer Books

ISBN: 0425084329

Category: Androids

Page: 157

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D.A.R.Y.L.--a Data Analysing Robot Youth Lifeform--is a little robot boy who must escape government agents seeking to terminate him while discovering what it means to be human and the importance of love.

North eastern reporter second series

dered to continue . Daryl filed a petition abused her , and as a result they are now
for leave to appeal the trial court's order , separated , and he is seeking
counseling . which this court denied on September 7 , On September 11 , 1989 ,
the trial ...



ISBN: UCAL:B4417963



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The Walking Dead

Celebrate all the horrifying thrills of AMC’s hit original show The Walking Dead with this journal featuring crossbow-wielding, fan-favorite Daryl Dixon.

Author: Insight Editions

Publisher: Insights

ISBN: 1608876071


Page: 192

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Based on AMC's hit original series, these ruled journals capture all the horrifying thrills of the show. With covers designed to look like decaying Walker skin, complete with images of four different classic Walkers to choose from,The Walking Dead Hardcover Ruled Journals are guaranteed to be a hit with the show's legions of fans.

The Very Best of Daryl Hall John Oates

With guitar chord symbols and chord diagrams.

Author: Daryl Hall


ISBN: 1495028461


Page: 104

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(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook). 18 songs arranged for piano, voice and guitar matching the album compilation for these newly inducted members of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Includes: Family Man * I Can't Go for That (No Can Do) * Kiss on My List * Maneater * Method of Modern Love * Out of Touch * Private Eyes * Rich Girl * Say It Isn't So * You Make My Dreams * You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' * and more.


Haunting and wholly engrossing, Revelator is the story of a prodigal coming home to put an end to her family's destructive faith, which summons mesmerizing voices and gives shape to the dark. It's a southern gothic tale for the ages"--

Author: Daryl Gregory

Publisher: Knopf

ISBN: 052565738X

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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From the acclaimed author of Spoonbenders comes the gripping tale of a family's mysterious religion, and the daughter who turns her back on their god. In 1933, nine-year-old Stella is left in the care of her grandmother, Motty, in the backwoods of Tennessee. These remote hills of the Smoky Mountains are home to dangerous secrets, and soon after she arrives, Stella wanders into a dark cavern where she encounters the family's personal god, an entity known as Ghostdaddy. Fifteen years later, after a tragic incident had caused her to flee, Stella--now a professional moonshiner and bootleger--returns for Motty's funeral, only to discover a mysterious ten-year-old girl named Sunny living on the property. Sunny appears innocent enough, but she is more powerful than Stella could ever imagine--and a direct link to Stella's buried past and her family's destructive faith. Haunting and wholly engrossing, summoning mesmerizing voices and giving shape to the dark, Revelator is a southern gothic tale for the ages.