Cachaprès, le braconnier, court tel une bête sauvage à travers les bois depuis l'enfance jusqu'au jour où il aperçoit Germaine, la belle fermière. Pour la première fois, Cachaprès éprouve de l'amour, un amour fruste, sauvage mais sincère et Germaine se laisse toucher par l'emportement passionné de ce mâle terrible. Elle cède. Puis la lassitude arrive ; elle cherche à rompre ; mais le braconnier veille sur son amour avec une fureur jalouse, jusqu'à mourir. C'est l'éternelle histoire, l'éternel drame de l'amour.
Compares individuals within organizations to ants, bees, chameleons and other creatures from A to Z. By recognizing the secret strengths and weaknesses of each animal and the animal nature of each co-worker, the work world becomes more manageable. One can then build teams with a productive mix of behaviors.
Despite the growing importance of environmental issues, many graphic designers and printers remain unaware of the huge potential of paper.
This is the first book about paper to address the specific needs of the design and print industries, including advice on die-cutting, embossing, pop-up and sculptural effects, and a wealth of special printing techniques. Designed by the author's own award-winning company, Williams & Phoa, the book itself demonstrates a variety of these effects, with spot-varnished and die-cut pages and a unique paper cover.
Outstanding examples of international design illustrate the traditional craft skills of the graphic designer alongside the latest products of new technology. Paperwork received the prestigious Design and Art Directors' Association (D&AD) silver award in 1994 for the most outstanding complete book.
How could a small Belgian brewer become the world's largest brewing group within two decades? Interbrew's transformation into InBev and then into Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB-InBev) is emblematic of the race for unchallenged market domination between the world's four biggest brewing companies. The Beer Monopoly explores how this happened and examines the economic drivers behind globalisation. AB-InBev's takeover of SABMiller - the world's number one and two brewers respectively - closes an amazig epoch in beer history. This book charts the fascinating rise of these two brewing ginants as they showed that dealmaking provided a faster path to profit growth than any sales hike could ever accomplish. The importance of deals - those made and those missed - is also visible in the track record of Heineken and Carlsberg, the brewers on the next two rungs of the global ladder. While all of these brewers pursued the goal of building empires, each had different reasons and faced a viriety of obstacles along the way.
Sharing a keen interest in the brewing industry - not to mention a passion beer - two economists, Ina Verstl and Ernst Faltermeier, have provided a timely out-of-the-box analysis of globalisation.
Per tutti noi, dire «Robespierre» equivale a dire Maximilien Robespierre, e significa Rivoluzione francese, giacobinismo, Terrore. Ma dire «Robespierre» vuole anche dire il fratello minore della famiglia, Augustin. Per gli amici: Bonbon. Un personaggio di cui non si trova traccia nella maggior parte dei libri di storia, se non là dove si parla del 28 luglio 1794: il giorno del Termidoro in cui entrambi i fratelli Robespierre vennero condannati a morte.
Eppure, anche Augustin ebbe un ruolo significativo nella Rivoluzione. Fu a sua volta un uomo di legge, un militante giacobino, un deputato della Montagna. E fu a sua volta un terrorista. Non però un terrorista di scrivania, un burocrate della ghigliottina come Maximilien. Augustin fu un terrorista di terreno: dal profondo nord al profondo sud, percorse in lungo e in largo la Francia della Rivoluzione. E, a forza di guardare in faccia il Terrore, comprese che solo fermando la metastasi della violenza si potevano preservare le conquiste rivoluzionarie. Soltanto terminando la Rivoluzione si poteva salvarla.
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