16 Years

Oxford University Press, English Plus 1: Workbook with MultiROM Pack: An English Secondary Course for Students Aged 12-16 Years

Oxford University Press, English Plus 1: Workbook with MultiROM Pack: An English Secondary Course for Students Aged 12-16 Years
ISBN: 0194748766 | edition 2011 | PDF | 106 pages | 21 mb

Janet Hardy-Gould has taught for different EFL organisations both in the UK and overseas including: International House, ST. Giles College, Regent Language Training and Bell. She is a currently a freelance teacher trainer and ELT author. Janet writes regularly for The Guardian Weekly, Speaking English section, and her published works include a number of titles for the Oxford Bookworms and Dominoes series.

16 Years of Alcohol - by Richard Jobson (2003)  Video

Posted by alexov85 at Oct. 8, 2011
16 Years of Alcohol - by Richard Jobson (2003)

16 Years of Alcohol - by Richard Jobson (2003)
DVDRip | English + Russian | XVID | 720x320 | 1 486 Kbps | Subs: English + Russian | 1.58 GB
English: AC-3 | 48 kHz | 448 Kbps | 6 ch | Russian: MP3 | 44.1 kHz | 128 Kbps | 2 ch
Art-house, Crime, Drama

Scottish writer and former vocalist for the punk band the Skids, Richard Jobson makes his directorial debut with 16 Years of Alcohol, the stylized psychological drama based on his own semi-autobiographical novel. Through voice-over narration and various flashback methods, troubled young man Frankie Mac recalls his childhood (played by Iain De Caestaecker as a boy) growing up in working-class Edinburgh. In the '50s, his father was a hard-drinking good-timer and his long-suffering mother eventually gave up on the family. As a teenager in the '70s, the violent Frankie falls in with a street gang and tries to clean up to impress record store clerk Helen. After some fights with his old street thug enemy Miller, Frankie makes an another attempt to stop drinking at an AA meeting, where he meets Mary.
English Plus 2: Student Book: An English Secondary Course for Students Aged 12-16 Years (Repost)

Oxford University Press, "English Plus 2: Student Book: An English Secondary Course for Students Aged 12-16 Years"
English | 2010 | ISBN: 019474857X | PDF | pages: 119 | 31,4 mb
English Plus: 1: Workbook with MultiROM: An English Secondary Course for Students Aged 12-16 Years[Repost]

English Plus: 1: Workbook with MultiROM: An English Secondary Course for Students Aged 12-16 Years
English | Jan 27, 2011 | ISBN: 0194748766 | 106 Pages | PDF | 21 MB

English Plus is a flexible and supportive course that builds confidence through graded practice.
English Plus 4: Student Book: An English Secondary Course for Students Aged 12-16 Years

English Plus 4: Student Book: An English Secondary Course for Students Aged 12-16 Years by Ben Wetz
Oxford University Press | September 15, 2011 | English | ISBN: 0194748596 | 120 pages | PDF | 354 MB

English Plus is a flexible and supportive course that builds confidence through graded practice. A supportive course that helps students of all abilities build confidence through graded practice. The flexible package makes it ideal for mixed-ability classes, and varying teaching loads. English Plus develops students' communication skills through a structured and methodical approach, helping students to achieve their individual learning outcomes in every lesson.
English Plus 3: ITools: Level 3: An English Secondary Course for Students Aged 12-16 Years

English Plus 3: ITools: Level 3: An English Secondary Course for Students Aged 12-16 Years by Ben Wetz
Oxford University Press | October 20, 2011 | English | ISBN: 0194748944, 0194748588 | 120 pages | PDF+MP3+EXE | 387 MB

English Plus is a flexible and supportive course that builds confidence through graded practice.
Baseball Between Us: 16 Years. 32 Ballparks. 43,000 Miles: A Road Map to a Winning Father/Son Relationship

Baseball Between Us: 16 Years. 32 Ballparks. 43,000 Miles: A Road Map to a Winning Father/Son Relationship by Mike Luery, Matt Luery
English | 2012 | ISBN: 0983274401 | 303 pages | EPUB | 6 MB
Roy Harper & Jimmy Page - Whatever Happend To Jugula (1985) - Vinyl - {First US Pressing} 24-Bit/96kHz + 16-Bit/44kHz

Roy Harper & Jimmy Page - Whatever Happend To Jugula (1985)
vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 943 MB & 252 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | FSonic & FF | Full LP Artwork | First US Pressing
Genre: Folk Rock | Beggers Banquet Records ~ PVC 8937

Whatever Happened to Jugula? is an album by English folk / rock singer-songwriter and guitarist Roy Harper. It was first released in 1985. Jimmy Page, the guitarist for Led Zeppelin, paired up with Harper to create this amazing piece of work.

Combit List and Label 16  Software

Posted by Dizel_ at Nov. 12, 2010
Combit List and Label 16

Combit List and Label 16 | 179.79 MB

Combit List & Label - With the report generator List & Label, software developers need only a few lines of code to equip their own applications with reports, forms, lists, diagrams, labels, serial mails, export functionalities etc. Areas of use for the reporting component List & Label. You can enhance your applications by adding only a few lines of code to include all types of evaluations: reports, subreports, simple lists, multi-tables, crosstabs, charts, forms, labels, printing, preview, export and web reporting.

Billie Davis - Tell Him: The Decca Years (2005) [Repost]  Music

Posted by Designol at Aug. 21, 2017
Billie Davis - Tell Him: The Decca Years (2005) [Repost]

Billie Davis - Tell Him: The Decca Years (2005)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 329 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 152 Mb | Scans included
Early Pop/Rock, Pop, British Invasion | Label: Spectrum | # 981 817-1 | 00:56:36

This is a superb collection comprised of Billie Davis' singles for England's Decca Records, most of them dating between 1967 and 1970 (with four tracks from her 1963 stint with the label), and augmented with a handful of tracks from her self-titled 1970 album. It's all superb girl group-style pop, with a distinctly American, soulful edge and even an occasional psychedelic intrusion, highlighted by her spirited rendition of "I Want You to Be My Baby" and her impassioned version of "Wasn't It You," among other tracks. There's not a loser in the bunch and, in fact, the songs all show an amazing consistency despite origins as different as Joe Cocker, Carole King, Ian Anderson (yes, she covered "Living in the Past"), and Neil Diamond. Strangely enough, the appending of the four early Decca sides at the end of the CD is sort of jarring, throwing listeners back to an earlier (though still eminently enjoyable) era of British pop/rock. The sound is excellent throughout and the CD comes with an excellent career overview on Davis.