Sky Sports Football Yearbook 2013 2014

Sky Sports Football Yearbook 2013 2014

As ever, this is the 'first reference book you should turn to'.

Author: Jack Rollin

Publisher: Headline Book Publishing

ISBN: 0755364120

Category: Reference

Page: 1056

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Soccer.
Categories: Reference

David Beckham Fifty Defining Fixtures

David Beckham Fifty Defining Fixtures

Adams, Tony Addicted (Collins Willow, 2008) Astaire, Simon Sol Campbell (
Spellbinding Media, 2014) Auclair, Philippe Cantona ... 2001) Beckham, David
David Beckham (Headline, 2013) Crick, Michael The Boss ((Simon & Schuster,
2002) Davies, David FA ... 2014) Rothmans Football Yearbook, (Headline 1992–
2001) Sky Sports Football Yearbook (Headline, Bibliography & Sources About
the Author.

Author: Steve Tongue

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 9781445646428

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 168

View: 617

Fifty matches that defined the career of one of the world’s most famous footballers...
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

East Midlands English

East Midlands English

2013. Derbyshire Dialect. Sheffield: Bradwell Books. This book examines the
language of Derbyshire and includes a ... 2014. Sky Sports Football Yearbook
2014–2015. London: Headline. Andersen, Gisle & Fretheim Thorstein (eds.)
2000.

Author: Natalie Braber

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9781501502378

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 198

View: 531

This volume will provide a comprehensive yet accessible description of East Midlands English, an area of neglect in linguistic research. Existing publications, which aggregate the findings of earlier surveys and more recent localised studies presenting an overview of regional speech in the UK, are either lacking up-to-date research data from the East Midlands or simply ignore the region. A coordinated survey of dialects of the East Midlands was part of the Survey of English Dialects (SED) in the 1950s. This data is now over sixty years old and focuses almost exclusively on broad rural dialect speakers. This book will fill the knowledge and literature gaps by comparing vernacular speech in different urban and rural locations in the East Midlands, and examining whether the East Midlands is a 'transition zone' between the North and South. Recordings held by the British Library will be used, and will be supplemented with recordings made with local speakers. Language in the East Midlands is distinctive and there is considerable regional variety, for instance, between speech in the major urban centres of Nottingham, Derby and Leicester. Bringing out this regional variation will also improve our wider understanding of language variation in English. The concept of the East Midlands in itself is not a clear one, and this volume aims to address such issues and to examine what makes the East Midlands an area of itself and what this area includes.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Road to Independence

The Road to Independence

See also, 'Draft Budget Scrutiny 201314: Written Evidence from Shelter
Scotland', which concludes: 'Shelter Scotland remains concerned about ... Jim
Mallory (Glasgow and London, 1977); Sky Sports Football Yearbook 2006–2007,
ed.

Author: Murray Pittock

Publisher: Reaktion Books

ISBN: 9781780233284

Category: History

Page: 232

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Independence has been a contested issue in Scotland since the region was first invaded by England in 1707, and the realm continues to linger between regional status and full sovereignty. The issue of independence has risen to the forefront of Scottish discussion in the past fifty years, and Murray Pittock offers here an examination of modern Scottish nationalism and what it means for the United Kingdom. Pittock charts Scotland’s economic, cultural, and social histories, focusing on the history and cultural impact of Scottish cities and industries, the role of multiculturalism in contemporary Scottish society, and the upheaval of devolution, including the 2007 election of Scotland’s first nationalist government. From the architecture and art of Edinburgh and Glasgow to the Scottish Parliament, the book investigates every aspect of modern Scottish society to explain the striking rise of Scottish nationalism since 1960. Now brought up to date and with a new foreword by Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond, The Road to Independence? reveals a new perspective on modern Scottish culture on the eve of Scotland’s referendum on independence from the UK in September 2014. “Enormously informative and often thought-provoking. . . . This book could hardly be improved on: it’s lively, lucid, witty, beautifully written.”—Scotsman “A well-arranged exposition of the various pressures and stresses Scottish society has faced and faces still.”—Diplomat
Categories: History

Migrant City

Migrant City

Ram, Vidya, 'Britain Proposes Controversial Changes to Investor Visas',
Businessline, 26 February 2014. Ramdin ... in Debra Kelly and Martyn Cornick,
eds, A History of the French in London: Liberty, Equality, Opportunity (London,
2013). ... Rollin, Glenda and Jack, Sky Sports Football Yearbook, 2010–11 (
London, 2010).

Author: Panikos Panayi

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300210972

Category: Immigrants

Page: 384

View: 881

The first history of London to show just how far the city has been built, shaped, and made a great success through immigration
Categories: Immigrants