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- (price) monetary value: the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold); "the fluctuating monetary value of gold and silver"; "he puts a high price on his services"; "he couldn't calculate the cost of the collection"
- determine the price of; "The grocer priced his wares high"
- Decide the amount required as payment for (something offered for sale)
- (price) the amount of money needed to purchase something; "the price of gasoline"; "he got his new car on excellent terms"; "how much is the damage?"
- United States general who was a hero of the War of 1812 and who defeated Santa Anna in the Mexican War (1786-1866)
- award-winning United States film actor (1928-1999)
- English explorer who reached the South Pole just a month after Amundsen; he and his party died on the return journey (1868-1912)
- Dred (c. 1795–1858), US slave. He brought suit for his freedom based on the fact that he had lived in free territories for five years, but the US Supreme Court ruled against him in 1857 in a case that became the focus of much heated political controversy. Scott was emancipated later that year and worked as a hotel porter in St. Louis
- (bike) bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
- A bicycle or motorcycle
- (bike) bicycle: ride a bicycle
- (bike) motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
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Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo)
Game on! Scott Pilgrim just met the girl of his dreams…literally. But in order for them to date, he must defeat her seven evil exes -- a rogues' gallery -- including an infamous skateboarder, a vegan rock star and fearsome identical twins! From the genre-smashing director of Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead comes “a true original” (Entertainment Weekly) powered up by wit, action and groundbreaking visuals that you will want to watch again as soon as it’s over!
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is a finger-blistering time capsule of right now, yet in a hundred years it will still be so crammed with charm, wit, brio, and exuberance it will still be irresistible. Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera, Superbad) is an accidental heartbreaker, a Canadian slacker who obsesses over the girls who've dumped him but hardly realizes how he's dumped other girls. But everything else in his life (including playing bass in a band) fades to insignificance when he lays eyes on Ramona (Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Live Free or Die Hard), his deadpan pixie dream girl. Unfortunately, Ramona has some serious baggage: seven deadly exes, and Scott must battle them all if he wants to date Ramona. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is saturated in pop culture, particularly video games. Many events make almost no sense, but it doesn't matter--sheer narrative ferocity and glee of invention sweep the viewer along. Cera pushes his geek/dork dreamboat persona to new heights of sweet twee-ness; if this movie doesn't shoot him into the stratosphere, we live in a cold, unfeeling universe, bereft of justice. The whole supporting cast (including Kieran Culkin, Jason Schwartzman, Anna Kendrick, Chris Evans, Brandon Routh, and a host of less familiar but excellent young actors) plays every moment for all it's worth. This movie is supremely uncool and passionate, which makes it essential viewing. --Bret Fetzer
WHITEDUCK | ARTCRANK
ARTCRANK | LONDON 2010 Bikes are the world’s most fun, accessible way to get around. Posters are the world’s most fun, accessible art form. ARTCRANK brings them together. The first-ever ARTCRANK London show will take place on Friday, September 17 and Saturday, September 18 in the world-famous confines of Look Mum No Hands! The show features original artwork by UK artists, priced to let you put down a pint or three and still take home all your favorite posters. Artists Adam Dedman • Andrew Diprose • Benaiah Matheson • Chris Thornley • Daniel Mackie • Emiliano Mendieta Band • Graham Pilling • Huvi Design Studio • Jonathan Hall • Laura-Kate Chapman • Lee Hasler • Marc Aspinall • Martin Tomsky • Matt Giordano Bibby • Matt Joyce • Matt Oxborrow • Matthew Slaymaker •Matthew Taylor • Norman Hayes • Ollie Munden • Ollie Shaw • Peter Carleton • Peter Locke • Pista Collective • Rebecca Cleal • Sarai Vardi • Simon Cook • Somhairle MacDonald • Susie Lowe • Vicky Scott ................................................................................................................................................................................. This is our contribution. It will be for sale at a price of ?15 at the show, then if there are any left over I will put them up on our shop after the show. It is a 3 colour screen print on 270 gsm GFSmith Colorplan Bright White Stock. The main image is made from two photographs I took at last years 'HACKSAWS Challenge' bike race (Bristol to Bath and back again). I am so pleased with the way these came out, especially after we managed to print them on perhaps the most humid day of the year, which played hell with the paper stretching fractionally along the grain. Still managed to get an edition of 30 with the registration of the three colours bang on.
Scott Pro Mountain Bike
Interesting Story... The day started off with me and my parents going to Home Depot because I needed new door knobs and a shower head for my house. After going there, I realized that they did not have the specific type of door knob (my doors are REALLY old... my house in San Francisco was built in 1941) and my dad suggested I just try cleaning the shower head. Then we were walking out and I saw someone riding by and I said that I've been meaning to get back into bike riding. My previous bike was destroyed at U.C. Davis in college... long story for another picture. Anyway, we headed to Sports Authority and saw a few reasonably priced bikes but my mom said, if you're going to buy a bike, then spend more money and buy a proper mountain bike. So we headed downtown to Pacific Bicycle which is this pro shop on 4th and Folsom. After meeting with a salesman, who also happens to be a pro rider, and discussing my casual, calm, pavement not hectic or offroading plans, I ended buying a.... Scott Scale 70 Competition Mountain Bike... What... the... fuck... I have to admit though, this thing is brilliant... it weights very little (although not as light as those carbon fiber bikes), adjustable suspension, every part on the bike is a competition parts with high performance brakes, the frame has been water blasted and it rides like no other mountain bike I've ever had. Taken with a Nikon D50 w/ a 60mm f/2.8 Micro Nikkor Lens... Nikon Speedlight SB800 ...
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The fourth book in the New York Times bestselling series The Secrets of the Nicholas Flamel--The Necromancer
After fleeing to Ojai, then Paris, and escaping to London, Josh and Sophie Newman are finally home. And after everything they've seen and learned in the past week, they're both more confused than ever about their future. Neither of them has mastered the magics they'll need to protect themselves from the Dark Elders, they've lost Scatty, and they're still being pursued by Dr. John Dee. Most disturbing of all, however, is that now they must ask themselves, can they trust Nicholas Flamel? Can they trust anyone?
Dr. Dee underestimated Perenelle Flamel's power. Alcatraz could not hold her, Nereus was no match for her, and she was able to align herself with the most unlikely of allies. But she wasn't the only one being held on the island. Behind the prison's bars and protective sigils were a menagerie of monsters-an army for Dee to use in the final battle. And now Machiavelli has come to Alcatraz to loose those monsters on San Francisco.
Perenelle might be powerful, but each day she weakens, and even with Nicholas back at her side, a battle of this size could be too much for her. Nicholas and Perenelle must fight to protect the city, but the effort will probably kill them both.
Having been unable to regain the two final pages of the Codex, Dee has failed his Elder and is now an outlaw-and the new prey of all the creatures formerly sent to hunt down Flamel.
But Dee has a plan. With the Codex and the creatures on Alcatraz, he can control the world. All he needs is the help of the Archons. But for his plan to work, he must raise the Mother of the Gods from the dead. For that, he'll have to train a necromancer. And the twins of legend will make the perfect pupils. . .
From the Hardcover edition.
The Necromancer, book four in Michael Scott's "Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel" series, brings the immortal Flamel (The Alchemyst) and teenaged twins, Sophie and Josh, back home to San Francisco, where they meet up with the sorceress Perenelle, Flamel's wife, who spent the last book escaping from Alcatraz. Time is running out for the Flamels; it's now been six days since their foe Dr. John Dee (another immortal) ran off with the Codex, the book of Abraham the Mage that keeps them young, and they are aging fast. The twins, who have been learning the Elemental Magics over the course of the first three books, are worried about getting into trouble for basically disappearing for days, so they check in with their guardian, Aunt Agnes. But Scott doesn't let them settle in for long. True to the break-neck pace of this series, they are quickly pulled back into the action when Sophie is kidnapped by a redheaded vampire who bears an eerie resemblance to one of their recent allies, Scathach, who disappeared with Joan of Arc in the last book. The Necromancer introduces readers to even more infamous immortals, while keeping up with favorites from past books--Machiavelli, Shakespeare, Billy the Kid. As the characters accumulate, so do the opportunities for hair-raising conflicts and insane reveals. Scott manages their multiple story lines with a sequence of cliffhangers that keep it a really fun read even as he is piling on the history and mythology, taking readers further into the secrets that will bring the whole story together. As the characters hurtle toward a conflict that could bring about the end of the world, we can't wait to see where they'll go, what they'll learn, and who they'll meet next. (Ages 12 and up.)