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The house of horrors by Nick Arnold
ISBN - 9781407116730
Who lives in a house like this? Just about everyone. This is a title that will have the cleanest of neat freaks running for cover when they discover what they'll never be able to get out of the carpet. 'House Of Horrors' dishes the dirt on the secret life of dust mites and parasitic pet poo.
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BIAB: The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography Interactive gateway to archaeological research.
BIAB exists to help you find out about archaeology via the published sources. The biab online database contains datasets covering publications from AD 1695 to the present day on archaeology and the historic environment, historic buildings, maritime and industrial archaeology, environmental history, and the conservation of material culture - with a geographical focus on Britain and Ireland.
A comprehensive range of online resources from EBSCO Host» Green FILE (Environment & Conservation)
Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce offers a comprehensive and unique collection of company, industry, financial, product and country information, research and data extending across every major marketplace and industry.