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55 Successful Harvard Law School Application Essays: With Analysis by the Staff of  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by thingska at May 14, 2017
55 Successful Harvard Law School Application Essays: With Analysis by the Staff of

55 Successful Harvard Law School Application Essays: With Analysis by the Staff of The Harvard Crimson by The Staff of the Harvard Crimson
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1250047234, 9781250047236, B00HY0197C | 225 Pages | EPUB | 507.40 KB
The Boys of St. Paul's Choir School - Christmas In Harvard Square (2014) [24/96]

The Boys of St. Paul's Choir School - Christmas In Harvard Square (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 61:02 minutes | 1,24 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

The Boys of St. Paul Choir School are releasing their debut international recording, Christmas in Harvard Square. The Christmas album repertoire includes 19 classic songs, which have both traditional and contemporary arrangements, including some original arrangements by Mr. John Robinson the Director of Music. It also includes some must-have renditions of Rutter & Sir David Willcocks arrangements. The school itself is uniquely one of the only boys' choir schools in the US and is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The academy has been described not as a school with a choir, but as a choir with a school. This cozy and ethereal collection celebrating The Nativity of Christ will be a timeless classic for many seasons to come.
HBR's 10 Must Reads 2015: The Definitive Management Ideas of the Year from Harvard Business Review

HBR's 10 Must Reads 2015: The Definitive Management Ideas of the Year from Harvard Business Review By Harvard Business Review
2015 | 208 Pages | ISBN: 1633690210 | EPUB + MOBI | 1 MB + 2 MB

Import/Export (2007)  Video

Posted by yorkiez at Aug. 2, 2015
Import/Export (2007)

Import/Export (2007)
DVDRip | MKV/AVC x264 ~2292 kbps avg | 2Hr 15Mins | 25 fps | 704x564 | 2.65 GB
Audio: German | AC3 6 Ch 448 Kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Drama | Director: Ulrich Seidl

A nurse from the Ukraine searches for a better life in the West, while an unemployed security guard from Austria heads East for the same reason.

Harvard Business Review - May 2011  Magazines

Posted by nextek at April 22, 2011
Harvard Business Review - May 2011

Harvard Business Review - May 2011
English | 152 pages | HQ PDF | 103.00 Mb

Harvard Business Review - April 2011  Magazines

Posted by nextek at March 6, 2011
Harvard Business Review - April 2011

Harvard Business Review - April 2011 *True PDF*
English | 144 pages | True PDF | 37.10 Mb

Harvard Business Review - December 2010  Magazines

Posted by nextek at Nov. 9, 2010
Harvard Business Review - December 2010

Harvard Business Review - December 2010
English | 148 pages | True PDF | 23.90 Mb

Harvard Business Review - January-December 2010 [all issue, Full Collection]

Harvard Business Review - January-December 2010 [all issue, Full Collection]
English | 10 issues | ~10x156 pages | True PDF + PDF | 471.50 Mb(rar)

Harvard Business Review - June 2010  Magazines

Posted by nextek at May 22, 2010
Harvard Business Review - June 2010

Harvard Business Review - June 2010
English | 132 pages | OCR PDF | 29.50 Mb

Import/Export (2007)  Video

Posted by Mindsnatcher at Sept. 12, 2009
Import/Export (2007)

Import/Export (2007)
Language: German (ENG Sub) | XviD @ 1139Kbps | 672x400 | 24.00fps | MP3 @ 128Kbps | 44100Hz Stereo | 02:15:20 | 1.07 GB
Genre : Drama, Comedy


Import/Export is a bizarre, horrifying, challenging work, often brilliant and spectacular, often troubling and indeed objectionable. It is an example of Seidl's characteristic form of grotesque realism - part Diane Arbus, part Samuel Beckett. His film addresses the human costs and human pain that globalization brings to its migrant workforce, but on this account the conventional liberal-humanist values of compassion, though detectable, are clearly secondary to something far darker: a cinema of cruelty like something by Artaud or De Sade. There is a fierce, almost gleeful delight in contriving the most painful spectacle possible, and a laboratory coldness in the way Seidl and American cinematographer Ed Lachman film these grotesque figures in the unsettling white-walled spaces that Seidl finds everywhere, positioning them in symmetrical, rectilinear tableaux, coldly and unforgivingly lit.