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  • Graham Smith may refer to: * Graham Smith (photographer) (born 1947), British * Graham Smith (footballer) (born mid-20th century), British player & manager * Graham Smith (milliner) (born 1938), British * Graham Smith (swimmer) (born 1958), Canadian * Graham Smith (artist and inventor), born
  • Graham Smith is an artist, inventor and educator based in Germany, Canada and the Netherlands. He has exhibited internationally for the last 25 years.
  • Graham Smith (born in Bexley, 19 January 1938) is a milliner from Kent, England. He was educated at Dartford Grammar School before studying at Bromley College of Art, 1956–57, and the Royal College of Art, London, 1958–59.
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  • Hockey refers to a family of sports in which two teams play against each other by trying to maneuver a ball, or a puck, into the opponent's goal, using a hockey stick.
  • Hockey is an album by John Zorn featuring his early "game piece" composition of the same name. The album, first released on vinyl on Parachute Records in 1980, (tracks 4-9), and later re-released on CD on Tzadik Records with additional bonus tracks as part of the The Parachute Years Box Set in
  • field hockey: a game resembling ice hockey that is played on an open field; two opposing teams use curved sticks try to drive a ball into the opponents' net
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Democratic Innovations: Designing Institutions for Citizen Participation (Theories of Institutional Design)
Democratic Innovations: Designing Institutions for Citizen Participation (Theories of Institutional Design)
Can we design institutions that increase and deepen citizen participation in the political decision making process? At a time when there is growing disillusionment with the institutions of advanced industrial democracies, there is also increasing interest in new ways of involving citizens in the political decisions that affect their lives. This book draws together evidence from a variety of democratic innovations from around the world, including participatory budgeting in Brazil, Citizens' Assemblies on Electoral Reform in Canada, direct legislation in California and Switzerland and emerging experiments in e-democracy. The book offers a rare systematic analysis of this diverse range of democratic innovations, drawing lessons for the future development of both democratic theory and practice.

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Lightning Bolt Surfboards - Graham Smith
Lightning Bolt Surfboards - Graham Smith
Retro Round Tail / Tri Fin / Fuller Nose / Gloss Finish Retro Wing Round Pin Tail / Single Fin / Fuller Nose / Gloss Finish Retro Round Pin Tail / Single Fin / Original tear drop shape / Gloss Finish Pin Tail Mini Gun / Single Fin / Gloss Finish Graham Smith: From South Africa, Graham Smith has shaped, sprayed and glassed over 50.000 boards with “passion and finesse”, as he says, during his 40 years of activity, for many great surfers in the world. In the beginning of his surfing career, Graham was a member, in S. Africa, of Mike Larmont’s surfing team, using LB boards shaped by him who had, in 1973, obtained the rights to the Lightning Bolt International brand. He made boards with Larmont, until opening in 1978 a board factory with the legendary Shawn Tomson who had already won a Pipeline Contest in 1977, becoming later World Champion. At that time, many famous surfers like Ian Cairns, Shawn Tomson, Jeff Hakman and Mark Richards, inventor of the “Twin Fins”, rode on Lightning Bolt boards, seen on all surfing films of that period. When in 1986 John Shimooka and Sunny Garcia, then 15 years old, arrived from Hawaii to S. Africa to compete, were put under Graham Smith’s guidance, using the boards he shaped specially for them, with all his knowledge and experience, to complement their surfing talent and different styles. All this knowledge, experience and charm will be present in our “Lightning Bolt” range and now it is up to you to choose the board which best suits your surfing style and aspirations and find out why they became so famous…
Lightning Bolt Surfboards - Graham Smith
Lightning Bolt Surfboards - Graham Smith
Retro Wing Swallow Tail / Twin Fin MR / Gloss Finish Available from 5'8'' Fish Swallow Tail / Twin Fin / Gloss Finish / Available from 5'6'' Longboard Round Pin Tail / Tri-Fin / Gloss Finish / Available from 9' Graham Smith: From South Africa, Graham Smith has shaped, sprayed and glassed over 50.000 boards with “passion and finesse”, as he says, during his 40 years of activity, for many great surfers in the world. In the beginning of his surfing career, Graham was a member, in S. Africa, of Mike Larmont’s surfing team, using LB boards shaped by him who had, in 1973, obtained the rights to the Lightning Bolt International brand. He made boards with Larmont, until opening in 1978 a board factory with the legendary Shawn Tomson who had already won a Pipeline Contest in 1977, becoming later World Champion. At that time, many famous surfers like Ian Cairns, Shawn Tomson, Jeff Hakman and Mark Richards, inventor of the “Twin Fins”, rode on Lightning Bolt boards, seen on all surfing films of that period. When in 1986 John Shimooka and Sunny Garcia, then 15 years old, arrived from Hawaii to S. Africa to compete, were put under Graham Smith’s guidance, using the boards he shaped specially for them, with all his knowledge and experience, to complement their surfing talent and different styles. All this knowledge, experience and charm will be present in our “Lightning Bolt” range and now it is up to you to choose the board which best suits your surfing style and aspirations and find out why they became so famous…

graham smith hockey
graham smith hockey
The Post Soviet States: Mapping the Politics of Transition (Hodder Arnold Publication)
The collapse of the Soviet Union has engendered one of the most momentous and critical regional transformations of our times through formation and development of the post-Soviet states. This book explores the politics of post-Soviet transition and the problems which will continue to face these states in the twenty-first century as they struggle toward democracy, market reform, ethnic co-existence and integration into a new geopolitical post-Cold War world order.

Richly illustrated with examples drawn from Russian and other post-Soviet primary sources, the book focuses upon three broad themes of transition: first, the progression from colonialism to post-colonialism and the consequences of such changes on national identity and the redefinition of national homeland; second, the movement away from totalitarian rule and the processes that both facilitate and challenge the prospects of a democratic future; third, the process of securing a successful place in the global capitalist economy.

New theoretical ways are introduced to map out these themes, providing a framework from which to understand the geopolitical, economic and social processes that are likely to shape this transition into the twenty-first century.

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