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Dear male writers,

I have never in my life hated a woman on sight for being prettier than me. I have hated women who turned out to be snide and awful, but I have also known plenty of beautiful women who were the sweetest, nicest people.

Women can admire and, yes, envy qualities in other women without *resenting* them for it - sometimes they even *talk* to each other about it and lift each other up! Women are much more likely to commiserate with each other about men acting like idiots than to hate on each other for *making* them act that way, simply by existing.

Please, retire this trope.

The best warehousing book ever read
I have read several warehousing books but this one is the best. Very easy to read and it has a great balance of abstractions and concretes. You will not only learn the theory that rules warehouses but also insight about a specific methodology to make decisions and improve operations performance
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Five Stars
good book
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Book was in great condition.
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World Class Warehousing & Material Handling “101”
This a generally very useful, if basic, text on the subject of distribution center operations and structure/layout/set up, along with the various ways and means of Material Handling. Useful (because of the use of photos and diagrams) in explaining the general concepts of operations in current-model DC’s. Worth having available to bring along new personnel that want to learn more about the goals, objectives, and waya and means of storing and handling product.
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… class I had to do some research on the best methods for warehousing and material handling
For my Msc class I had to do some research on the best methods for warehousing and material handling. This book had all the information.
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Five Stars
great information
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I bought this book because it was required in the course-ware. The book is helpful to those who are beginners in the industry and it does well to provide clear and crisp definitions. However, if you are looking for acquiring intuition and solutions to practical problems, you will have to look elsewhere.
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Great book, everything I expected in
Great book, everything I expected in it
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Ed Frazelle is at the top of his field and writes with a clarity that makes difficult topics easy to understand
Five Stars
Five Stars
Five Stars
Five Stars
Five Stars
Five Stars

sales forever
doesnt matter how long you’ve been in sales…this is the holy grail.
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Your answers are in the RIGHT questions - This book asks and answers them!
This book is an eye-opener. Sales, or rather “asking for the sale” has been a struggle for me. While I know that my products can make a huge difference in people’s lives, often after spending much time educating them and giving much advise about additional resources, I left a sale hanging in the air by not asking for it. Thanks to the “Little Red Book ..”, my whole approach has changed because I’m better prepared, better handle and better close my sales opportunities, leaving more satisfied clients and increase my income.
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Excellent book - easy to use
What’s the first thing I like about this book? It has practical answers to 100 real-world sales questions.
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A Good reminder
Nothing new here but definitely a good reminder of what you need to be concentrating on to be successful.
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Part of a must-have series
Anyone who is involved in sales and/or customer service (and this should include about everyone on the planet) needs to own one or more of the books written by Jeffrey Gitomer. I’m not in sales and I don’t want to be in sales, and for that reason alone I rated this book 4 stars. I work with sales people and I bought copies of this book for them also. I’m reading it to help me understand what they are/should be doing.
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so we shine nicely on the outside
It’s got so much compiled into such a small little thing! Yes, there is a lot that may seem familiar, but it doesn’t hurt to get a refresher on some of the sales tactics. I really think we all need some renewing from time to time, a polishing of our silver outer layers, so we shine nicely on the outside:-)) why ever not?!
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Five Stars
Gitomer gives great sales advice. A great book for every business professional to have.
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Great
Great
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helpful
One of the best sales books ever
A must read!!
A must have for anyone in Sales!
Five Stars
great for all salespersons
Five Stars
Sales Motivational Book
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Essential for any painting student
I would say this is probably an essential source for any painting student, as I’ve gained so much from it already. Wonderful essays and drawings from the turn of the century onward. The stereotypes of Abstract Painting are questioned in a natural and convincing way. Very refreshing. Get the hardcover. Totally worth it.
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Excellent. If you’re even remotely interested I would pick …
Excellent. If you’re even remotely interested I would pick it up and explore the art in here. The writing in it is fantastic.
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The text book for spiritual art
This LACMA catalog is a text book for spiritual art and a must for student of symbology, metaphysics and theosophy.
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Amazing book
I think if I had to get rid of all my books but five, this one would be one of the ones I’d keep.
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excellent reading, excellent viewing
I purchased this item back in the early nineties when I was a young painter in school. I poured over its essays and absorbed all I could from the reproductions of the artwork in it. This catalog was one of the first I had ever purchased and it was also a constant presence in my various studios. Then I loaned it to another young, very earnest artist. Finally, nine years later and I’ve replaced it. Upon rereading portions of it, some of the essays seem dated, if not altogether strained. Be that as it may, this is still a marvelous collection of thoughts and images that attempts to cast new light on some modernity’s favored children and dust off a few of it’s more neglected relations. I would suggest that if this work appeals to you, then you might enjoy reading much of the work of James Elkins
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Five Stars
Came in great condition, and I love this book!
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Five Stars
Great
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Three Stars
More wear and tear than expected
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Great Monograph on Spiritual Art of the 20th Century
Five Stars
The Spiritual in Art
Review of The Spiritual in Art: Abstract Painting 1890-1985
The Spiritual in Art - an absolute winner!

Learning Hints, not previously stated by others
IMPORTANT: Make sure you READ ALL the information in the section labeled “INTRODUCTION TO COLORING” BEFORE you start coloring your first page. This is located on pages “xii” and “xiii” in the front of the 4th edition. This book is very well thought out and there really is a “method to the madness” if you actually read and follow the directions.
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A MUST for College Students
This book was amazing for helping me actually learn the structures for Anatomy and Physiology I. I recommend using this book while you are learning the structures in lab. It helps it stick in your brain, and it makes learning fun. I even found myself during the lab exam remembering the colors I used for that particular structure.
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Excellent & a must have for anyone taking Anatomy classes
Bought this book for my daughter who’s taking Anatomy in college. She said it’s a great book, and, “Anyone who’s a Kinesthetic learner should use this book. Seeing pretty colors attracts you so the coloring helps that.” I got her it in time to help her study for her midterm and she quizzed herself by covering the labels on the page she was coloring. She followed the suggestions in the book for what color to use for different functions and suggests everyone do so because it helps when you later go back to something you already colored. She got a 103/100 on the 1st test she used it to help study for :) As a patent I’m ecstatic with it since my daughter is very happy with it and said it’s helping her. I also bought one for her friend who’s studying for a career in the medical field too.
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A must-have!!!!
I used an earlier edition of this coloring book when I was in nursing school many years ago. It was so helpful. In fact, there are some pages that I still remember after all of these years! One of the great things about this coloring book is that it uses color and movement to reinforce the topic on the page. You spend more time with the topic because it takes time to color it.
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A&P Students, Med Students, EMT students. Get these coloring books
What a great book and resource for any student or aspiring student of career in health care. Literally the book is easy enough to understand that even a young teen would enjoy coloring these, not to say they are watered down in anyway. If you are taking an A&P course, I would highly recommend this and the Physiology coloring book. Get your self a decent set of color pencils because you are going to want a large variety of color.
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A & P coloring book is just like the one I used in college back in the early 1980’s.
This coloring book is well illustrated and anatomically correct. The notes, etc are very precise as well. My granddaughter started her education in the field of medicine this fall with an anatomy and physiology class at college. When I began my education in the nursing field back in 1982 my A and P professor suggested everyone in class get the anatomy and physiology coloring book offered at the college bookstore. It was a huge help during my studies. So I got one for my granddaughter to use from Amazon. She told me it has helped her immensely and she is really happy I got it for her. The book from Amazon was almost exactly like the one I purchased at the college bookstore so many years ago. I am so glad I could get it for my granddaughter. I would definitely buy it again.
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You want an A in anatomy get this book!
Amazing! Has saved life with anatomy. I highly recommend it. I was skeptical about the idea of a coloring book but it’s helped me visualize things that you can’t always get your hands on.
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Anatomy is a subject best learned through hands-on tactile work (labs and other kinesthetic …
This really helped my master Anatomy as a nursing student. I have ADHD and dyslexia, so reading copious amounts of textbook pages has always been a challenge for me. Regardless of your learning abilities, Anatomy is a subject best learned through hands-on tactile work (labs and other kinesthetic learning activities). This coloring book is the perfect conjunction of grown-up learning bringing back memories from childhood coloring books…haha!
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Five Stars
Five Stars
Didn’t Like It.
Any way to make Biology “fun”
Five Stars
Four Stars
A good reference to anatomy
However the quality of the paper is not so good and the graphics is too busy
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Book Spotlight: Wild Magic by Tamora Pierce, one of my all time favorites. Check out my blog post for more info!
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I was sorting through some of my old papers from last year, and I found my old phone which had a few of my pics from my trip to Europe in 2016 on it! I’ve posted a few to my instagram if you’re interested in seeing a few more (@ashley_birrell) ✨ these were taken in an amazing bookshop just a few minutes walk away from the palace of Versailles!

#SummerReading for the bank holiday? Book 2, #TheImaginaryWife, is getting some excellent early reports but still missing it’s first #review… Have you read it, and if so, what did you think?
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Let’s Talk #Lucifer

Lucifer is a great example of an adaptation that can heavily deviate from the original source material and still be really good.

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It has also been canceled after three seasons and 55 episodes.

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For my thoughts on Lucifer, feel free to keep reading. There will be spoilers.

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De la vie à perdre haleine.

André Breton, Nadja.

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“Sometimes she wishes she could turn herself inside out. The way people would see the good in her before yhey saw the bad.”


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Five books meme

Five books that have made an impression on me. I was tagged by the lovely @violetclarity. Thank you so much! But I don’t think you have any idea about what you’ve unleashed.

I must have read thousands of books until now and it would be unfair to say that any of them did not leave their impressions on me, because I feel like I have a piece of each of them in my heart. So I’m going to be talking about five authors who left an impression on me because I definitely can’t choose just five books.

Now since I started reading ever since I was four years old, I’ll be talking about five who’ve made an impression throughout the years.

1) Dr. Seuss- I remember being a little kid and hoarding all of his works. Green Eggs and Ham, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish, and of course, Cat in the Hat. I loved all of them, so much so that I insisted on watching the movies as well. And these were just some of the ones I read. The books were so, so poetic and wacky and the pictures even wackier, I remember coming back to read them again when I was older and still being able to appreciate them.

2) Roald Dahl-I cam across this author when I was about 9 or 10, but I still remember the very first book I read. The Witches. It genuinely had me believing it, and I’m still in awe of the way that these children’s books were written. The writing style simply captivated me and I swear to god if I see anyone scratching their wig or rubbing their feet together, my first thought is still ‘she’s a witch!’ and I still remember the first freakin line. I have read every single book this man has written and wouldn’t hesitate to read them all over again even now.

3) Horrid Henry by Francesca Simon-Okay so this was somewhere around the time I got introduced to Roald Dahl. This book series was my LIFE okay?! I had all of the books and even those large ones which were like three in one or five in one or whatever. Anyway, then I found out that there this was TV series as well and then I was an unstoppable force. I remember my sister and I used to act out all of the scenes in the books and the TV show and mom and Dad were worried for our sanity and well-being, but there was nothing they could do (Mom secretly loved the TV show and watched it, kay? And it’s not like sis ever reads any books…)

4) Jacqueline Wilson-I think the book that first had me reading the rest of her collection was Candy Floss or maybe it was The Double Act. I don’t really remember, but I do remember that this was a year or two after I found out about Roald Dahl and Horrid Henry. I know that she’s got a lot of published works and I can guarantee that I’ve read most. There was a time when  was quite captivated by her books…and read them all at least twice.

5) Darren Shan-Okay..okay…okay. This is a vampire books series and it is unlike anything else I’ve ever read in my entire life. These books were so captivating and so unique and I was so, so TAKEn by them. They were gritty and horrific and had you desperately hoping against all hope that the main character-who had been turned into a vampire-would survive all of his trials and tribulations. This was incredibly realistic despite being a saga about vampires and had me tripping and begging to read the next book. I STILL HIGHLY RECOMMEND READING THIS SERIES BECAUSE I GUARANTEE YOU…IT IS WILL HAVE YOU HOOKED!!

Now since I’m EXTRA! and this is bOOKS and AUTHORS we’re talking about. I just cannot mention my personal favs NOW!

6) I think I was a teenager when I discovered Sidney Sheldon’s book Tell Me Your Dreams, and I’m not joking when I say that that is the sole reason I chose to major in psychology. It is. My cousin recommended reading it to me after she told my most of the story, and I just HAD to read the rest. I think I must’ve read ALL of his books by now. I have nothing more to say except that I just LOVE the way he rights about the court and their hearings..I just really really used to love reading that.

7) The last but not the least has GOT to be Cecilia Ahern. My school librarian recommended her book PS: I Love You to me, and I was VERY hesitant because before that, romance had never been my genre, nor was it ever going to be. But Cecilia manages to write humour, romance and the troubles of life so effectively that you just can’t help but let it BE your genre. She was the one who got me into romance because yes her books contain romance but they’re so mcuh more than that, and each book is so, so imaginative. The plot and the way she writes humour as well as her characters just captures you. She is still my favourite author and I would without a question buy any of her new books if it came out right now. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!! OKAY?! AND IF ANYONE’S READ ‘IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW’ PLEASE JUST CRY WITH ME??!!!


Anyway, i hope you know what I meant now Vi…you unleashed a monster on this Earth. This is on you. I spent like…half of my life writing this, I hope you know that.

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