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Do you want to attack the pin and leave yourself shorter putts? Then "Accurate Iron Play" is the Quick Guide for you. It focuses on the approach shot-what makes it different from a drive for distance-and how it enables you to zero in on your target. It looks at both the factors that affect your shot choices and the techniques that improve distance control and accuracy with your irons: ** Understand the strategic choices involved in approach shots ** "Hold" your wrist cock during the downswing ** Avoid casting from the top ** Make a crisp downward strike on the ball that prevents flipping ** Learn to "dial in" distances with different irons ** Control your trajectory ** And more! The techniques for making better approach shots aren't hard to learn, and it doesn't take endless hours on the range to gain an amazing amount of control. All you need is a clear understanding of why the ball behaves as it does and how to choose and use the best iron for the job. All you need is "Accurate Iron Play."
This book offers a fresh and innovative account of the history of environmentalism in the United States, challenging the dominant narrative in the field. In the widely-held version of events, the US environmental movement was born with the publication of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring in 1962 and was driven by the increased leisure and wealth of an educated middle class. Chad Montrie's telling moves the origins of environmentalism much further back in time and attributes the growth of environmental awareness to working people and their families. From the antebellum era to the end of the twentieth century, ordinary Americans have been at the forefront of organizing to save themselves and their communities from environmental harm. This interpretation is nothing short of a substantial recasting of the past, giving a more accurate picture of what happened, when, and why at the beginnings of the environmental movement.
From the Columbian Exchange beginning in 1492, the development of slavery as a Southern institution, and the westward movement to the dust bowl, the Endangered Species Act, and the destruction caused by the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, human interaction with the environment in America has been continuous, open-ended, and dynamic.
Find out about the costumes and weaponry of Europe's crusading knights, and take a glimpse at the fearless Samurai warriors of Japan. Meet the humble laundry maid, the elegant lady, the blacksmith sweating in his forge, and the young squire learning to joust and fight. Step-by-step projects allow you to don a knight's helmet, make a working trebuchet, and much more. Fantastic photographs and detailed illustrations bring the world of knights, tournaments, battles, sieges and heraldry to life, and make a perfect fun learning book.
This textbook emphasizes bridging the gap between understanding legal doctrines that impact the business environment and how business owners and managers use legal insight to limit liability and manage risk. Its distinct approach focuses on using teaching features, simulations, case studies, examples, and case law that is accessible and engaging because it is specifically tailored for business students.
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