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5-Piece Pub Table Dining Set Cabriole Leg Upholstered Saddle Stools
5-Piece Pub Table Dining Set Cabriole Leg Upholstered Saddle Stools
5-Piece Pub Table Dining Set Cabriole Leg Upholstered Saddle Stools. Crosleys 5 Piece Pub Set is sure to impress. The rich, hand rubbed, multi-step black finish on both the table and coordinating chairs is perfect for enhancing your dining or entertainment room. Our pub sets blend with the family of furniture that is already part of your home, or fit seamlessly with one of Crosleys other unique collections. Whether you are looking for dining for four, or just a great addition to the basement or bar, this set is sure to add a touch of style to any area of your home. Crosleys 3 Piece Pub Sets are designed for easy assembly, built to ship and designed to last. DIMENSIONS: 32L x 32W x 36H.

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Stag & Hounds Bristol BS2
Stag & Hounds Bristol BS2
The Stag and Hounds Historic Public House - Old Market Bristol BS2 It was in the Old Market area that the market for Bristol Castle was held from perhaps as early as the twelfth century. This market place was the first real suburb to be developed outside the city walls, and it was here that markets and fairs flourished until the late nineteenth century. Merchants, traders, pedlars and dealers of all kinds came to this profitable trading post and problems of all kinds came with them. In Norman times a court was set up to deal summarily with thieves and debtors and justice was swift, so swift in fact that the matter was dealt with before the dust had time to settle on the malefactor’s feet. This justice was dispensed by the ancient Court of Pie Poudre, which in Norman French meant "piedpoudre"—dusty feet. The old court was held in the open air under an ancient oak tree and the Stag and Hounds Inn stands on the site of the court. There is no actual record of when the court moved into the inn, though it was not uncommon for inquests, as well as petty sessions to take place in a hostelry. Although the need for a market court lessened, tradition dies hard and each year the court was ceremonially opened before the Stag and Hounds Inn when the members of the Corporation who officiated were provided with toast, cheese and metheglin, while beer and cider were distributed to the common folk. The scene was often a disorderly one and the roisterous onlookers got out of hand. The yearly disturbance arising from the festivity led to its suppression and 1870 saw the end of the ceremonial court opening. The Court still existed technically until 1973 and annual proclamation was made on the last day of September under the portico of the inn, inviting all who had business before the court to appear. A minute later the court was declared adjourned. It is always a pity when an ancient custom is arbitrarily abandoned and the only record of the Court of Pie Poudre is now on a sign over the entrance to the Stag and Hounds. There is no record of when the first licence was granted to the Stag and Hounds, and Sketchley does not mention it in his 1775 Directory, so it is possible that at that time the inn was a private house. It certainly was an inn by 1815 for the Directory of that year notes that Joseph Perrett, soap boiler, was its innkeeper. The inn is an old building erected or reconstructed in the seventeenth century and as it stands today it is of exceptional interest. Externally its appearance is dramatic with four plain pillars carrying the first floor and forming a covered way over the pavement. There are old casement windows on the second and third floor and the simple pavings on either side of the entrance doorway are unique on account of their depth which is three times the width of the front member. Although the facade of the inn has been redecorated, all the old features have been retained and it stands dramatically on this corner. At one time the inn was flanked by houses but the two and a half million pound underpass development swept away many houses and even streets around the inn leaving it isolated. The main bar of the Stag and Hounds today with its new veneered panelling, cast-iron tables and jukebox, gives no hint of the architectural gems still left in the interior of this old house. It is a pity that the original Jacobean seventeenth century staircase is now partitioned off from the front bar as its twisted balusters and other details are reminiscent of the one in the Full Moon which is of similar date. The landlord will always allow those interested to see it but one can only regret that it does not still sweep up to all the floors in full view of the customers. There is also on the first floor, a room panelled in typical eighteenth century style but this like the staircase, is shut off from the public bar. The inn has another unsuspected item. In an outhouse across a paved back yard is an early example of an installation for raising water from a well. This old iron pump, operated by a wheel six foot in diameter, is in fine condition and all its parts still move. The well must be very deep as when the underpass was constructed engineers hit water at a depth of thirty feet. This old pumping arrangement is unique in Bristol and it should be a better known feature of the old inn. Across the yard, high up on a wall, is a small blind window which was pointed out by the landlord’s young son as a ‘monk’s hiding hole’. The minute window is in a small room set between floors and is only accessible through a trap-door in what is now a bathroom. It could possibly be a survival from the days of priest-hunting but one would like to see some documentary evidence before making a definitive statement. Old Market Street is the widest thoroughfare in Bristol and until 1940 it was one of the busiest and most interesting. Today it has been ravaged by traffic and neglect and typifies the
Color Atlas of Genetics
Color Atlas of Genetics
Color Atlas of Genetics by Eberhard Passarge * Publisher: Thieme Medical Publishers, Incorporated * Pub. Date: November 2006 * ISBN-13: 9781588903365 * Sales Rank: 110,795 * 496pp * Series: Flexibook Series * Edition Description: 3 * Edition Number: 3 Synopsis A remarkable achievement by a single author...concise but informative...No geneticist or physician interested in genetic diseases should be without a copy of this remarkable edition." —American Journal of Medical Genetics More than ever, a solid understanding of genetics is a fundamental element of all medical and scientific educational programs, across virtually all disciplines. And the applications—and implications—of genetic research are at the heart of current medical scientific debates. Completely updated and revised, The Color Atlas of Genetics is an invaluable guide for students of medicine and biology, clinicians, and anyone else interested in this rapidly evolving field. The latest edition of this highly praised atlas retains several popular features, such as the accessible layout and logical structure, in addition to many novel features and 20 completely new color plates on new topics, including: • Cell-to-cell communication, including important signaling and metabolic pathways • Taxonomy of living organisms ("tree of life") • Epigenetic modifications in chromatin • Apoptosis • RNA interference (RNAi) • Comparative genomic hybridization • Origins of cancer • Principles of gene and stem cell therapy, etc. With more than 200 absorbing full-color plates concisely explained on facing pages, the atlas offers readers an easy-to-use, yet remarkably detailed guide to key molecular, theoretical, and medical aspects of genetics and genomics. Brief descriptions of numerous genetic diseases are included, with references for more detailed information. Readers will find that this incomparable book presents a comprehensive picture of the field from its fascinating history to its most advanced applications. Contents Overview: • Introduction • Chronology: important dates in genetics • Part I. Fundamentals: Molecular Basis of Genetics, Prokaryotic Cells and Viruses, Eukaryotic Cells, Mitochondrial Genetics, Formal Genetics, Chromosomes, Regulation and Expression of Genes • Part II. Genomics • Part III. Genetics and Medicine: Cell-to-Cell Interactions, Lysosomes and LDL Receptor, Genes in Embryonic Development, Immune System, Oxygen and Electron Transport, Homeostasis, Maintaining Cell and Tissue Shape, Mammalian Sex Determination and Differentiation, Atypical Inheritance Pattern, Karyotype—Phenotype Correlation, A Brief Guide to Genetic Diagnosis • Guide to Genetic Diagnosis and Map of Important Human Genetic Diseases • Appendix: Supplementary Data in Tables • Glossary Annotation "...another in the Thieme Flexibooks series...color graphics aid in explaining the fundamentals of genetics, including the molecular, cellular, and chromosomal basis of genetics and gene expression." Doody Review Services Reviewer:Luis F. Escobar, MD, MS(St. Vincent Hospital and Health Care Center) Description:This wonderful book condenses the currently available knowledge of basic science techniques and mechanisms involved in human genetics, and reviews the applicability of this knowledge to human disease. It displays the information in a visual format in chronological order according to the timing of important discoveries and advances. This the third edition of a book originally published in German in 1994. It was reviewed by Dr. Passarge and published in English in 1995. As the field expanded, it has been published in French, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, Turkish, Polish, Portuguese, English, Spanish, and Greek. Purpose:Dr. Passarge states in the preface the goal of presenting information in a visual manner that would allow easy understanding of the material. In addition, he makes this material available to teachers in need of easy to read art work. Clearly Dr. Passarge continues to do an outstanding job in presenting the information in an easy to grasp manner. He meets his goal easily with the addition of multiple color plates, sketches, and photographs. This is a unique contribution to the field of human genetics - a pocket-sized atlas that readers can carry with them and have available for consultation. Audience:The atlas was conceived as an introductory course on current genetics knowledge with students of biology and medicine in mind. However, this is an outstanding source for clinicians involved in the care of patients with genetic conditions. Clinicians would benefit from reviewing this information to understand genetic mechanisms and theirinfluence in human disease. Dr. Passarge is an outstanding clinician with a faculty appointment at the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany. He has made unique contributions to the field of medical genetics, human genetics, and dysmorphology and is a member of the Americ

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