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101 COX, Tom Power for Yachts. 1st UK in dj
Stanford Maritime, 1975, ISBN:0540071366 
COX, Tom. Power for Yachts. L.: Stanford Maritime, (1975). First Printing. Pp 157. Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth. Toy 5229. Contents: Inboard Petrol Engines; Diesel Engines; Rotary Engines; Outboard Engines; Engine Conversions;Transmission; Sterndrives and Other Outdrives; Water Jet Units; Hydraulic Drives; Installation. Name tag to ffep, else vg in dj. 20.00

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102 CRABB, Howard C. Virtual Engineer : 21st century product development. First Printing in dustjacket, signed by author
Society of Manufacturing Engineers / American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Dearborn, Michigan / New York, 1998, ISBN:0872634914 
CRABB, Howard C. The Virtual Engineer : 21st century product development. Dearborn, Michigan : Society of Manufacturing Engineers / New York : American Society of Mechanical Engineers, (1998). First Printing. Pp (14),[xv]-xxv,(1),[1]-166. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. "In the manufacturing industries, competition has never been fiercer and technology has never changed faster. Companies need to compress time-to-market and time-to-money if they are to prosper. Yet traditional organizational structures and modes of thinking can block change. Senior management may be unaware of many technology issues and their implications for future success or failure. Communications barriers exist at all levels and across functional divisions. A company's goals can be sketched on thewhite board or published in the annual report but if there is no road map showing the fast lanes and the bridges over the chasms, achieving them willbe all but impossible. Dr Howard Crabb defines a number of roadblocks that prevent manufacturing companies trom introducing new products that fit the wants and needs of the customer at a reasonable cost and in a shorter tirr e than in the past. Solutions to these problems are needed, and Dr. Crabb offers them. These are not just ideas - they are ideas that work. Predictiveengineering software capabilities and ever-accelerating improvements in en gineering workstatitons put the power of a supercomputer on an engineer's desk. Visual engineering allows anyone affected by a new product design to see it, as a 3-D rendering as clear as dear as anything you would see in a TV commercial. Senior management, engineering, manufacturing, finance, and sales and marketing can all tell what is being proposed, before a cent is spent on physical prototypes. And new technology incorporates knowledge-basedsys:ems, decades of design rules, ana past designs, at the command of the new virtual engineer. How does a company integrate these and other advancesinto their existing systems and organizations? This book explains how a sy stems engineering approach will make a difference." (from the dj). Contents: 1. An Environment of Change. 2. The Elementos of Change. 3. Technology a s a Tool. 4. Reinventing the Current Process. 5. 2000 and Beyond. 6. Organization Overhaul. 7. Best Practices. Veryp good in dustjacket. Signed with inscription by the author. 35.00

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103 CRALLEY, Lester V., and Lewis J. CRALLEY (eds.). In-Plant Practices for Job Related Health Hazards Control. Volume One : Production Processes. Volume Two : Engineering Aspects.
John Wiley, New York, 1988, ISBN:0471619752 
CRALLEY, Lester V., and Lewis J. CRALLEY (eds.). In-Plant Practices for JobRelated Health Hazards Control. Volume One : Production Processes. Volume Two : Engineering Aspects. Associate Editors : Paul F. Woolrich, John E. Mutchler, Knowlton J. Caplan. New York : John Wiley & Sons, (1988). First Printing. Pp [i]-xvii,(3),1-938,(2); [i]-xiii,(1),1-578. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, b;ue cloth, silver lettering to front board and spine. Contents : Volume 1 : Aldehydes and Alcohols (Oxo Reaction) (D. Pringle & E. Warren); Alkylamines (J. Gentile); Aluminum (P. Atkins & K. Karsten); Ammonia (J. Lynch);Antibiotics, Steroids, and Potent Drugs (P. Woolrich); Asbestos Mining and Milling (J. Goldfield); Benzene, Toluene, and Xylenes (J. Lynch); Catalyst , Low-Temperature Shift (H. Ellice); Cellulose Acetate (M. Schurger); Chlorine and Sodium Hydroxide (H. Cohen); Cobalt and Nickel Refining (B. Roy & S. Thielke); Copper (C. Dungey); Diatomite (G. Swallow); Ethyl Alcohol from Hydration of Ethylene (D. Pringle); Ehtylene Oxide--Ethylene Glycol (D. Pringle); Farm and Construction Equipment (T. Slavin); Fluorine (R. Wood); Fluorocarbon Refrigerant Gases and Solvents (G. Andersen, et al.); Fufural andFurfuryl Alcohol (J. Mutchler); Flat Glass (R. Rubino); Grain (J. Mutchler ); Hydrochloric Acid and Anhydrous Hydrogen Chloride (J. Oransky); Isocyanates (P. Woodrich); Jet Engines ( J. Feldman); Primary and Secondary Smelting--Lead, Zinc, and Cadmium (D. Burton & J. Sieverson); Nylon 6 Fiber (T. Stewart & G. Andersen); Petroleum Refinery (H. Hobson); Plastics (J. Mutchler); Polyester Polymer and Fiber (W. Herbert & G. Miller); Polyvinyl Chloride(PVC) (J. Lynch); LSI-VLSI Semiconductors--Health Hazards Control (J. Stew art); Synthetic Detergents (R. Fulwiler & A. Golembiewski); Tires and InnerTubes (L. Dieringer); Woodworking Operations (F. Darcy). Volume 2 : Materi als and Their Characteristics (D. McFee & M. Markowicz); Control of Open Process Systems (D. McFee & R. Garrison); Selection and Arrangement of Process Equipment (J. Peterson); Building Types (K. Caplan); Noise Control (C. Bohl & P. Kannapell); Building Features for Hazard Control (T. Colliton); Maintenance (C. Stevens); Assay and Quality Control (P. Woolrich); Electroplating (R. Soule); Fluidized-Bed Drying (P. Woolrich); Industrial Centrifuging: Separators, Clarifiers, and Filters (P. Woolrich); Liquid Filtration and Clarification (P. Woolrich); Metal Cleaning (T. Walker); Metal Working and Forming (R. Soule); Metallizing (R. Soule); Mixing and Blending (P. Woolrich); Nondestrucutive Inspection (J. Feldman); Painting and Coating (J. Peterson & L. Keller); Spray Drying (P. Woolrich); Vacuum Drying and Freeze Drying (P. Woolrich); The Engineer's Responsibility for Controlling Occupational Disease and Preventing Accidents (D. Paustenbach). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Ex-library (spine labels, bookplates, rear pouches), else very good in edge-browned dustjackets. The set for50.00

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104 CRESWELL, C. LeRoy. Aquaculture Desk Reference
Chapman & Hall, New York , 1995, ISBN:041207561X 
CRESWELL, C. LeRoy. Aquaculture Desk Reference. New York : Chapman & Hall, (1995). Second Printing. Pp [i]-ix,(1),1-206. Illustrated. 4to, yellow paper covered boards. “Today's expanding field of aquaculture requires data andtechniques from a wide variety of scientific disciplines, including marine and aquatic sciences, chemistry, animal nutrition, engineering, and mathem atics. Since this information is typically found only in texts and technical reports specific to each discipline, it can be very time-consuming for aquaculturists to access the facts they need. Aquaculture Desk Reference solves this problem by compiling data, formulas, computations, conversions, andtechnical information from diverse sources into one manual designed for aq uaculture professionals. It serves as a quick source of technical know-how that will drastically reduce the time spent on fact-finding and calculation. Information needed by aquaculturists and growers in both planning aquaculture projects and day-to-day operations of aquaculture facilities is included. Relevant data from fields such as physical and chemical oceanography, engineering, and the biological sciences is simply indexed for easy retrieval. Particularly valuable are the extensive tables related to water chemistry, fluid mechanics and engineering, nutrition, and disease treatment. Specifications for construction materials and many other topics are organized ina concise, understandable fashion. Among the other important areas covered are properties of water, hatchery methods, phytoplankton culture, feeds an d food conversion, aquaculture ponds, pumps and plumbing, water treatment, and properties of materials used in aquaculture. Where appropriate, the author provides equations and formulas along with simple examples so users canadapt the information to particular situations. Aquaculture Desk Reference is an essential time-saving resource for all practicing aquaculturists in industry, academic research, and education.” - from the back cover. Ex-library (spine label, bookplate, rear pouch), else very good. 25.00

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105 CRONIN, L. Eugene (edited by) Estuarine Research : Chemistry, Biology, and the Estuarine System, and Geology and Engineering. 2vols.
Academic Press, Inc., New York, 1975, ISBN:0121975010 
CRONIN, L. Eugene (edited by). Estuarine Research : Chemistry, Biology, andthe Estuarine System, and Geology and Engineering . Edited by L. Eugene Cr onin. In two volumes. NY: The Academic Press, Inc., 1973-1975. Pp. [i]-xiv,[1]-738; [i]-xiv,(2),[1]-587,(5). Illustrated. 8vo, dark grey cloth with metallic lettering to front and spines. Contents: Vol 1: Part I: Chemistry: Cycling of Elements in Estuaries, Part II: Biology: Dynamics of Food Webs inEstuaries, Part III: The Estuarine System: Estuarine Modelling. Vol 2: Par t I: Geology: Coarse Grained Sediment Transport and Accumulation in Estuaries, Part II: Engineering: 1) The Use of Vegetation in Coastal Engineering and 2) Estuarine Dredging Problems and Effects. Light wear to spine ends, else vg. For the set. 70.00

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106 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 10, No. 11, September,1958
Edmond Cloutier, Ottawa , 1958, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 10, No. 11, September, 1958. (Ottawa : Edmond Cloutier, 1958). Pp 1-28. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated purple and white stapled wrappers. Contents : RCN News Review; Frigates for Norway; The Royal Engineering College; Venture Graduation; Officers and Men; Weddings and Births; The Royal Fleet Review; Quebec's 350th Anniversary; Annual Meeting of the NOA; Afloat andAshore; The Navy Plays; Lower Deck Promotions; Retirements; Naval Lore Cor ner No. 63. Cover photo of Her Royal Highness Princess Margaret in the receiving line at Royal Roads. Inside front cover photo of the ships of three nations assembled and awaiting their review by Her Royal Highness Princess Margaret. Rubbed, mailing label, else very good. 20.00

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107 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 15, No. 04, April, 1963. Our Navy Issue
Roger Duhamel, Ottawa , 1963, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 15, No. 4, April, 1963. Our Navy Issue. (Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1963). Pp 1-36.Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated blue and white stapled wrappe rs. Contents : The RCN in 1963; Provider`s Task; The Conversion Program; The RCNR`s New Outlook; Management Engineering; The Fleet Schools; Old Menace– New Tricks; Admiralty House [Halifax] (pp 24-26); The Tactical Trainer; Isometrics; Boatswain`s Call; Ghost Ships; Books for the Sailor; Composition of the Fleet; Naval Lore Corner No. 115. Cover photo of two prairie-born sailors looking out over the city of St. John`s, Newfoundland. Inside frontcover photo of HMCS Fraser. Rubbed, juvenile disfigurement in pen of front cover illustration, else very good. 18.00

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108 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 15, No. 04, April, 1963. Our Navy Issue
Roger Duhamel, Ottawa , 1963, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 15, No. 4, April, 1963. Our Navy Issue. (Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1963). Pp 1-36.Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated blue and white stapled wrappe rs. Contents : The RCN in 1963; Provider`s Task; The Conversion Program; The RCNR`s New Outlook; Management Engineering; The Fleet Schools; Old Menace– New Tricks; Admiralty House [Halifax] (pp 24-26); The Tactical Trainer; Isometrics; Boatswain`s Call; Ghost Ships; Books for the Sailor; Composition of the Fleet; Naval Lore Corner No. 115. Cover photo of two prairie-born sailors looking out over the city of St. John`s, Newfoundland. Inside frontcover photo of HMCS Fraser. Rubbed, mailing label, penned number to front cover, else very good. 20.00

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109 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 15, No. 04, April, 1963. Our Navy Issue
Roger Duhamel, Ottawa , 1963, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 15, No. 4, April, 1963. Our Navy Issue. (Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1963). Pp 1-36.Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated blue and white stapled wrappe rs. Contents : The RCN in 1963; Provider`s Task; The Conversion Program; The RCNR`s New Outlook; Management Engineering; The Fleet Schools; Old Menace– New Tricks; Admiralty House [Halifax] (pp 24-26); The Tactical Trainer; Isometrics; Boatswain`s Call; Ghost Ships; Books for the Sailor; Composition of the Fleet; Naval Lore Corner No. 115. Cover photo of two prairie-born sailors looking out over the city of St. John`s, Newfoundland. Inside frontcover photo of HMCS Fraser. Rubbed, else very good. 22.00

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Historical Survey of the Boiler Makers' and Iron and Steel Ship Builders Society , CUMMINGS, D.C
110 CUMMINGS, D.C Historical Survey of the Boiler Makers' and Iron and Steel Ship Builders Society
R. Robinson & Co., 1905, 
CUMMINGS, D.C. A Historical Survey of the Boiler Makers' and Iron and SteelShip Builders Society from August 1834 to August 1904 with a Brief Sketch of the Life and Work of its Leading Officials; Comparisons between Boilermaking, Shipbuilding, and Bridgebuilding in the Early Days of its History andof Modern Times; and Interesting Arbitration Awards and Agreements. Illust rated. Newcastle-on-Tyne: R. Robinson & Co., 1905. Pp 217. Large 8vo, blue cloth, beveled boards, gilt to front and spine. Slightly rubbed, slightly splayed, light foxing to initial and final leaves, else vg. With the signatures of several officials. 150.00

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Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Dock Engineering.  3d Edition, CUNNINGHAM, Brysson
111 CUNNINGHAM, Brysson Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Dock Engineering. 3d Edition
Charles Griffin & Co., London, 1922, 
CUNNINGHAM, Brysson. A Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Dock Engineering. Third Edition, Revised Throughout and Enlarged. With 49 Folding-Plates and over 600 Illustrations in the Text. London : Charles Griffin & Co., 1922. Pp 600, [49] leaves plates. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt to front and spine. A handsome and remarkably detailed treatment of the subject, with folding plates detailing the existing dock systems of the United Kingdom and continental Europe. Contents include: "Historical and Discursive"; "Dock Design"; "Constructive Appliances"; "Materials"; "Dock and Quay Walls"; "Entrances, Passages, and Locks"; "Jetties, Wharfs, and Piers"; "Dock Gates and Caissons"; "Transit Sheds and Warehouses"; "Dock Bridges"; "Graving and Repairing Docks"; "Working Equipment of Docks"; "Reinforced Concrete in Dock-Work". Ex-library (bookplate, spine label, inkstamps), fairly heavily rubbed, spine faded, else very good. 350.00

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Gold Mines of the World. Third Edition (Revised and extended in scope). with the author's compliments, CURLE, J. H.
112 CURLE, J. H. Gold Mines of the World. Third Edition (Revised and extended in scope). with the author's compliments
George Routledge & Sons, Limited / The Engineering and Mining Journal, London / New York, 1905, 1905 
CURLE, J. H. >b>The Gold Mines of the World. Third Edition (Revised and extended in scope). Written after an inspection of nearly five hundred mines in Transvaal, Rhodesia, West Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, New Zealand, India, Malay Peninsula, Siberia, United States, Alaska, Klondyke, British Columbia, Mexico, Peru, Brazil, Sudan, Hungary, Bohemia, and Wales. With plans and photographs. London : George Routledge & Sons, Limited / New York : The Engineering and Mining Journal, 1905. Pp (10),[vii]-x,(2),[1]-308, folding frontispiece, + 11 other maps + 38 plates. Index. Large 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine.

Contents :
1. Sources of the Gold Supply.
2. Britain's Position in Gold Mining.
3. The Economic Factor.
4. "Mine Valuation."
5. The Gold Mines of the Transvaal.
6. The Gold Mines of the Transvaal (continued).
7. The Gold Mines of the Transvaal (continued).
8. The Gold Mines of Rhodesia.
9. The Gold Mines of West Australia.
10. The Gold Mines of Eastern Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, and New Guinea.
11. The Gold Mines of the East.
12. The Gold Mines of Russia and Siberia.
13. The Gold Mines of the United States and Alaska.
14. The Gold Mines of Canada, Mexico, and Central and South America.
15. The Gold Mines of Mozambique, West Africa, Egypt, Sudan, Hungary, Bohemia, Wales, etc.

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113 CUSHING, David Fisheries Resources of the Sea and Their Management (Science & Engineering Policy Series ).
Oxford University Press, London, 1975, ISBN:0198583206 
CUSHING, David. Fisheries Resources of the Sea and Their Management. (London) : Oxford University Press, 1975. First Edition. Pp. (6),1-87,(3). Maps, tables, diagrams in text. 8vo, blue-grey cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Inthe Science and Engineering Policy Series. Papadakis, International Law of the Sea: A Bibliography 2225. Chapters : 1. The Development of Fisheries; 2. The Natural History of Fishes; 3. The Dynamics of Fish Populations; 4. The First Steps in Conservation; 5. The International Structure of Management [including the Atlantic Commissions, The International Whaling Commission]; 6. Science and Conservation. With bibliography and index. Very good. 40.00

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114 D'EON, B.G.F. Angus L. Macdonald Bridge : named in honour of the late Premier of Nova Scotia who passed away April 1954.
1954, 
D'EON, B.G.F. The Angus L. Macdonald Bridge : named in honour of the late Premier of Nova Scotia who passed away April 1954. Halifax : Snider & D'Eon,184 Agricola St., 1954. Pp i-v,(1),1-66. Illustrated.8vo, yellow card cove rs. Cover adds: "The second longest suspension bridge in the British Empire." Over 50 photographs and many drawings. Includes many local advertisements. Name, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 30.00

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Laboratories.  1st US in dj. , DAHAN, Fernand W.
115 DAHAN, Fernand W. Laboratories. 1st US in dj.
W. W. Norton & Co., New York, 2000, ISBN:0393730581 
DAHAN, Fernand W. Laboratories : A Guide to Master Planning, Programming, Procurement, and Design. NY: W. W. Norton & Co., (2000). First US Edition. Pp. 298. Large 8vo, grey cloth. "An essential reference for architects, engineers, and project managers, as well as industrial hygienists and those who ommission, operate, and manage chemical, biochemical, and other laboratories at every level." - from the dj. Vg in dj. 55.00

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116 DAVIES, J.E., ed. VACANTI, J.P., foreword. Bone Engineering. First Edition.
EM Squared Incorporated, Toronto, 2000, ISBN:096869800x 
DAVIES, J.E., ed. Bone Engineering. Edited by J.E. Davies. [Foreword by J.P. Vacanti]. Toronto: EM Squared Incorporated, (2000). First Printing. Pp. (4),[v]-xiv,(2),[1]-656. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated black glossy paper covered boards, cream lettering to front board and spine. "Based on the proceedings of the Bone Engineering Workshop held in Toronto, Ontario, December 2-3, 1999", as per copyright page. Very good. Due to the weight of this book, extra shipping charges will be necessary to cover postageon international orders. 145.00 _ . _ ._ . _ Contents: Part I: Bone Format ion and Healing. 1. Histodynamics of Endosseous Wound Healing (by J.E. Da vies and M.M. Hosseini). 2. Morphogenesis of the Skeletal System (by D.J. Zaleske). 3. Osteogenic Cell Differentiation (by J.E. Aubin). 4. Molecular Regulation of Osteogenesis (by J. Sodek and S. Cheifetz). 5. Matrix Proteins and Biomineralization (by A.L. Boskey and E. Paschalis). 6. Growing Human Bone In Vitro (by E. Parker, A. Shiga, and J.E. Davies). Part II: Wound Healing in Bone. 7. The Cellular Cascades of Wound Healing (by J.M. Anderson). 8. Challenges Involved in the Development of Stem-Cell-Based Technologies: Hematopoiesis, Osteogenesis, and Beyond (by P.W. Zandstra). 9. Initial Blood interactions with Endosseous Implant Materials (by C.H. Gemmell and J.Y. Park). 10. Inflammatory Response to Implanted Materials (by P. Thomson, M. Esposito, C. Gretzer, and H. Liao). 11. Angiogenesis Implications for Tissue Repair (by L.A. Lakey, R. Akella, and J.R Ranieri). 12. Osteogenic Potential of Vascular Pericytes (by A.E. Canfield, M..J. Doherty, and B.A. Ashton). 13. Frustrated Wound Healing: The Immunopathogenesis of Bone Resorption (by N. Al-Saffar and PA. Revell). Part III: Novel Materials. 14. Measurement and Evaluation of the Chemical Composition and Topography of Titanium Implant Surfaces (by M. Wieland, C. Sittig, D.M. Brunette, M. Textor, and N.D.Spencer). 15. On the Properties of Surface-Modified Titanium (by J.E. Elli ngsen). 16. What Kinds of Materials Exhibit Bone-Bonding? (by T. Kokubo, H.M. Kim, M. Kawashita, and T. Nakamura). 17. Small Changes in L.nemicai Structure of a Polymer Can Have a Significant Effect on the Hard-Tissue Response In Vivo (by K. James, H. Levene, E.E. Kaufmann, J.R. Parsons, and J. Kohn). 18. Organoapatite Artificial Bone: Growth on Implant Metal and Anti-inflammatory Structures (by S.I. Stupp, J.J. Hwang, M. Lubnow, U.M. Gross, C. Voigt, M. Surhbur, S. Son, and E. Spoerke). 19. Smart Biomaterials with Intrinsic Osteoinductivity: Geometric Control of Bone Differentiation (by U. Ripamonti). Part IV: Cell-Substrate Interactions. 20. Underlying Mechanisms of Cellular Adhesion In Vitro During Colonization of Synthetic Surfaces by Bone-Derived Cells (by J.G. Steele, B.A Dalton, C.H. Thomas, K.E. Healy,T.R.Gengenbach, and CD. McFarland). 21. Modulation of Osteogenesis via Implant Surface Design (by B.D. Boyan and Z. Schwartz). 22. Effects of Biomaterial Chemistries on the Osteoblastic Molecular Phenotype and Osteogenesis: In V itro and In Vivo Studies (by C.R. Hewlett, N. Chen, X. Zhang, F.A. Akin, D.Haynes, L. Hanlev, F. Keveil, P. Evans, H. Zhou, and H. Zreiqat). 23. Inte grm-ivieaiateci Signaling ui osteoblasts on Implant Materials (by G. Gronowicz, A. Krause, M.B. McCarthy, and E.A. Cowles). 24. Osteoblast Interactions with Engineered Surfaces (by K.E. Healy , G.M. Harbers,T.A. Barber, and D.R. Sumner). 25. Bone Response to Laser Microtextured Surfaces (by J.L. Ricci, J. Charvet, S.R. Frenkel, R. Chang, P. Nadkarni, J. Turner, and H. Alexander). Part V: Tissue-Implant Interactions. 26. The Structure and Composition of the Bone-Implant Interface (by M.M. Hosseini, J- Sodek, R.-P. Franke, and J.E. Davies). 27. Incorporation of Circulating Bone-Matrix Proteins by Implanted Hydroxyapatite and at Bone Surfaces: Implications for Cemerfnt-Line Formation and Structuring of Biomaterials (by A. Nanci, S. Zalzal, M. Fortin, C. Mangano, and H.A. Goldberg). 28. Structure of Bone Adjacent to Different Dental Implants (by J.E. Lemons). 29. Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Bone Growth around Endosseous Implants: A Critical Study of Microscopic Methods (by A. Boyde and L.A. Wolfe). 30. Biological Mechanisms ot Calcium-Sullate Replacement by Bone (by J.L. Ricci, H. Alexander, P. Nadkarni, M.Hawkins, J. liirner, S. KosenbJum, L. Brezenoff, D. DeLeonardis, and G. Pe cora). 31. The Effect ol' Surface Roughness and Calcium-Phosphate Coating on Bone-Regenerative Implant Surfaces (by J.A. Jansen, S. Vercaigne, A.-G. Hulshoff, F.G.A. Corten, P.J. ter Brugge, and I. Naert). 32. Mechanical Influences on Skeletal Regeneration and Bone Resorption (by D.R. Carter, E.G. Loboa Polefka, and G.S. Beaupre). 33. A Biomechanical Study of Early Tissue Formation around Bone-Interfacing Implants: The Effect of Implant Surface Geometry (by C.A. Simmons and R.M. Pimar). 34. Bone Response to Dual Acid-Etched and Machined Titanium Implant Surfaces (by R.J. Lazzara). 35. Bone Response to Sandblasted and Acid-Attacked Titanium: Experimental and Clinical Studies (by D.L. Cochran and D. Buser). 36. Impact of FGF-1 on Bone Integration with Titanium Alloy Implants (by M. McCracken, .I.E. Lemons, J. A. Thompson, D. Feldman). 37. Strategies for Tailoring Bone and Connective TissueRegeneration Using Bone Protein (by W.E. Huffer, M. Lewis T. Barnes, and J .J. Benedict). 38. Osteoinductive Biomimetic Calcium-Phosphate Coatings andtheir Potential Use as Tissue-Engineering Scaffolds (by J.D. de Bruijn, H. Yuan, K. Dekker, K LayroJJe, K. de Groot, and C.A. van Blitterswijk). Part VI: Bone-Tissue Engineering. 39. Assembling a Bone-Regeneration Therapy (b y J.O. Hollinger, S.R. Winn, Y. Hu, R. Sipe, D.C. Buck, and G. Xi). 40. NewLogic for Tissue Engineering: Multifunctional and Biosmart Delivery Vehicl es (by A.I. Caplan). 41. Platelet Concentrate: A Strategy tor Accelerating and Improving Bone Regeneration (by R.E. Marx). 42. Bone-Tissue EngineeringUsing Synthetic Biodegradable Polymer Scaffolds (by J.S. Temenoff. L. Lu, and A.G. Mikos). 43. Polymer-Ceramic Composites for Bone-Tissue Engineering(by C.T. Laurencin and H.H. Lu). 44. Construction and Regulation of 3-Dimensional Bone Tissue In Vitro (by S.M. Mueller and J. Glowacki). 45. Design Strategies for 3-Dimensional In Vitro Bone Growth in Tissue-Engineering Scaffolds (by D. Baksh and J.E. I)avies). 46. In Vivo Models for Bone Tissue-Engineering Constructs (by C.E. Holy, J.A. Fialkov, M.S. Shoichet, and J.E. Davies). 47. Human Bone Marrow Stromal Cells for Bone-Tissue Engineering: InVitro and In Vivo Characterization (by S.C. Mendes, J.D. de Bruijn, K. Bak ker, A.A. van Apeldoorn, P.P. Platenburg, G.J.M. Tibbe, and C.A. van Blttterswiik). 48. Long-term Bone Regeneration in Large Human Defects Using Calcium-Phosphate Particulate (by L.L. Wykrota, F.H.L. Wykrota, C.A. Garrido). 49. Regeneration of Bone Tissue and Restoration of Occlusal Function Using rhBMP-2 (by I. Asahina, I. Seto. M. Oda. E. Marukawa. A.M. Imranul. and S. Enomoto). 50. Regulatory Barriers to Tissue-Engineering Therapies (by E. Schutte). Part VII: Clinical and Market Perspectives. 51. Clinical Needs for Bone Tissue-Engineering Technology (by M.J. Yaszemski, J.B. Oldham, L. Lu, and B.L. Currier). 52. Strategies for Bone Substitutes in Craniofacial Surgery (by J.A. Fialkov, C.E. Holy, and O. Antonyshyn). 53. Approaches to Bone Regeneration in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (by C.M.L. Clokie, R. Coulson, S.A.F. PppI. and G.K.B. Sandor). 54. Perspectives on the Contributions of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering to Bone Repair, Reconstruction, and Regeneration (by D.E Williams). 55. Ccommentary: The Bone-Graft Market in the United States (by S. Mendenhall). 56. Commentary: The Bone-Graft Market in Europe (by S. Wright).

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117 DAVIES, R.E.G., and Philip J. BIRTLES BIRTLES, Philip J. MACHAT, Mike CUNNINGHAM, John, foreword Comet : The World's First Jet Airliner. First Edition in dustjacket
Paladwr Press, McLean, VA, 1999, ISBN:1888962143 
DAVIES, R.E.G., and Philip J. BIRTLES. Comet : The World's First Jet Airliner. Illustrated by Mike Machat. (McLean, VA) : Paladwr Press, (1999). FirstEdition. Pp (4),5-63,(1). Illustrated. Maps. Index. Triple Column. Oblong 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "The year 1999--27th of July to be exact--marks the 50th anniversary of the dramatic first flight of the de Havilland D.H. 106 Comet airliner. The full drama of the event was not completely realized at the time, even though it was recognized as one that was certainly significant. Aviation folk everywhere, not least in the United States, then believed that jet propulsion could not be reconciled with commercial airline operations. The jets, they said, are too fuel-thirsty & whilstacceptable for military applications, where cost is not critical, air tran sport operations will be economically impossible. The faith of the de Havilland company, the inspired intuition & combined design & engineering skillsof the Comet team & the dedication of both de Havilland & the launch custo mer, the state airline, B.O.A.C., proved all the specialists & experts wrong. In May 1952, the Comet took the message into the world, as B.O.A.C. built up its jet network. The Jet Age had begun. Sadly, after two years, a design fault was discovered, one which no previous experience in building commercial airliners (or any other aircraft) had revealed. Both the manufacturer& the operator paid a heavy penalty for being first, as it was literally a case of "back to the drawing board." Four more years were to pass before t he rejuvenated Comet had the honour of starting the world's first trans-Atlantic jet airline service. And, as described herein, it acquitted itself well thereafter. Since then, the world has never looked back. In February 1999, the British Post Office included the Comet as one of Britian's great innovations during the millenium. This book also pays tribute to that beautiful aeroplane. The Comet changed the course of air transport progress & in spite of the problems it encountered, will still, on the wings of the derivative Nimrod (the same wings, in fact, as those on the first Comet), fly intothe next millenium, more than half a century after it first took to the ai r." (from the dj). Very good in yellowed dustjacket. 25.00

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118 DAVIES, Raymond Arthur Inside Russia Today
Contemporary Publications, Winnipeg, 1945, 
DAVIES, Raymond Arthur. Inside Russia Today. Winnipeg : Contemporary Publications, 1945. Pp (2),3-92,(4). 8vo, illustrated red and blue stapled wrappers, lettered in white. Weinrich, Social Protest from the Left in Canada 1870-1970: A Bibliography 2927. Front cover adds : An Eyewitness Account by a Famous Foreign Correspondent Raymond Arthur Davies. Contents : By Convoy toRussia; I Visit the Canadian Embassy; Moscow; Strange Yet Familiar; The Ra pe of Russia; Cities That Wouldn't Die; Russia's Attitude Towards Nazis; Russia's Industrial Might; Russian Trade Unions; Synthetics . . . Science . .. Engineering; Red Magic with Perennial Wheat; War Spotlights Weaknesses i n Soviet Education; The Arts in Wartime; How Free is Religion?; Back to Capitalism?; Americans in Russia; The News of "D Day" Reaches Russia; No Racial Hatreds Here; How Europe's Underground Press Outwitted the German Gestapo; Russia and Liberated Countries; Why the Sixteen Republics?; Stalin, Symbol of Soviet Life; Russia Develops the Far North; The Psychology of the Russians; The New Russia Takes Shape; Soviet Building Revolution; Great StridesToward Reconstruction; Russia and Ourselves. Small piece torn from lower m argin of back cover (affecting only two words), spine browned, else very good. 30.00

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119 DAVIS, C.J.R., Brig. Gen. (ed.). HORN, Bernd LONGHURST, Graham M. CURTIS, Vincent J. Canadian Army Journal. Vol. 8, No. 4, Winter 2005 / Le Journal de l'Armée du Canada. Vol. 8, No. 4, Hiver 2005
Canadian Army Journal, Kingston, Ontario , 2005, 
DAVIS, C.J.R., Brig. Gen. (ed.). The Canadian Army Journal. Vol. 8, No. 4, Winter 2005 / Le Journal de l'Armée du Canada. Vol. 8, No. 4, Hiver 2005. (Kingston, Ontario : Canadian Army Journal, 2005). Pp 1-172,1-192. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Contents : Nuclear Biological Chemical Defence (NBCD) Evolution (by Major Murray Robertson); Why Burden Ourselves with Standards? (by Lieutenant-Colonel Roch Giguère); Crisis in Zefra (by Colonel James B. Simms); The Theory of Fourth Generation Warfare (by Vincent J. Curtis); Evolution of Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC) (by CaptainGraham M. Longhurst); Educating Officers for the 21st Century: Card Punchi ng or Profession of Arms? (by Major Simon Bernard); The Dark Side to Elites: Elitism as a Catalyst for Disobedience (by Colonel Bernd Horn); Transforming Land Force Light Engineering in Canadian Doctrine (by Captain Maxime Messier); Training for “Un”conventional Warfare Facing the Challenges of Soldiering in Afghanistan (by Sergeant Thomas N. Krasnuik); The Canadian Cavalry Brigade: Waiting For The “G” (by Lieutenant-Colonel Rick L. Bowes); Note to File—A Preliminary Assessment of the Distributed Operations Concept; plus book reviews. Back-to-back bilingual (French and English) texts. Very good. 15.00

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120 DE JOLY, G. LAROCHE, Ch. DE ROUVILLE, A. WATIER, P.H. Travaux Maritimes. vol 3.
Dunod, 1951, 
DE JOLY, G.. Travaux Maritimes par G. de Joly, Ch. Laroche, P.H. Watier, A.de Rouville: Tome III: Ouvrages interieurs et Outillage des Ports. Paris: Dunod, 1951. Pp 808. Large 8vo, sailcloth cover. A French-language manual of port construction, operation, and maintenance. Illustrated throughout with photographs and engravings. Vg. 50.00

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