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Frederick Warne & Co

Frederick Warne & Co is a British publisher founded in 1865. It is famous for children's books those of Beatrix Potter, for its Observer's Books which have gained a cult following. Warne is an imprint of a subsidiary of German media conglomerate Bertelsmann. Frederick Warne & Co. was founded in July 1865 by Frederick Warne. The business was one successor to Routledge, Routledge, the publishing partnership of Warne with his brother-in-law George Routledge and the eldest of Routledge's sons; the other successor was George Sons. During the second half of the nineteenth century, the company built a good reputation for publishing children's books, publishing illustrated books by well-known authors and artists as Edward Lear, Kate Greenaway and Walter Crane; the company published a'Pictorial' series of books of collections of short essays and illustrations on many non-fiction topics. The following list may not be complete. Pictorial Cabinet of MarvelsPictorial Museum of Sport and AdventurePictorial Records of Remarkable EventsPictorial Stories of Heroism and EnterprisePictorial Travels on Land and SeaPictorial Treasury of Famous Men and Famous DeedsThe Pictorial Tour of the World Toward the end of the century, Frederick Warne had retired and left the firm to his three sons, Harold and Norman.

Warne was among the six publishers whom Beatrix Potter submitted her first book, the story of a rabbit called Peter. Like the other five firms, Warne turned the proposal down, but the people at the firm changed their minds when they saw the published copy in 1901. They said; the next year, Warne published The Tale of Peter Rabbit, by Christmas it had sold 20,000 copies. This began a forty-year partnership. Beatrix Potter was engaged to marry Norman Warne, her editor and the youngest of the three Warne brothers. However, he died tragically only a few weeks after their engagement. Harold, the eldest brother, took over as Potter's editor, she continued to produce one or two new Little Books each year for the next eight years until her marriage in 1913 to William Heelis. During the next few years Potter turned her attention to her farm work, but when the company fell on hard times and Harold was imprisoned for embezzlement, she came to the rescue with another new title to support "the old firm." Potter, who had no children, left the rights to her works to Warne upon her death.

The company continued to publish them. Over the years, Warne expanded its nonfiction publishing, issuing among others the world-famous Observer books. In 1983, Warne was bought by Penguin Books, it began developing classic book-based children's character brands. The merchandising program was expanded from a base of thirty-five licenses to more than four hundred by the late 1990s. Over the years, Warne acquired a variety of other classic books. A major motion picture about the life of Beatrix Potter Miss Potter, starring Renée Zellweger as Beatrix Potter and Ewan McGregor as Norman Warne was released in 2006. While the company no longer exists as an independent company, it continues to exist as an imprint of Penguin Group; the company collaborated with Sony Pictures Animation and Animal Logic to produce the Peter Rabbit film, released in 2018. From 1902 to 1930 Warne published twenty-three story books written and illustrated for children by Beatrix Potter, they feature anthropomorphic animals, such as Peter Rabbit in the first of the series, The Tale of Peter Rabbit.

Here they are listed by year of the first edition. Warne published the first British edition of one longer children's book written and illustrated by Potter; the Fairy Caravan. The aim of these books were to interest the observer, they were called the Observer's books. These books were popular amongst children. Over the past few years they have become popular collector items. For the dedicated collector this could be a lifetime's work as there are over 800 variations, some of which are now rare; the values of the books can vary from 50p to hundreds of pounds. They all include a variety of topics, which include hobbies, history and many more; the earlier books were printed with paper dust covers up until 1969. These were good for printing but where not practical because they were delicate and were easy to rip and stain. From 1970, the covers were protected with a glossy coating; this helped. These types are referred to as Glossies. From the late 1970s, Warne decided to laminate the covers to the actual books, so the books were protected as they didn't have any covers.

The dust covers from 1937 to 1970 had designs that were colourful and attractive as each one had its own unique colouring of squiggly lines at the top. In 1971, Warne decided to refurbish its books with a more formal dust jacket; these were good but it lost the charm that the original covers had had. I have some pictures below of new dust jackets in Observer's books; the first Observer guide was published in 1937, was on the subject of British Birds. This is now rare, a mint copy with a dust cover is worth hundreds of pounds; the same year, Warne published a second book, on British Wild Flowers, a mint copy of this book is worth around £220. By 1941, Warne had published the first six Observer's books. In 1942, a special edition book was brought out on Airplanes; this book had no number in the

Dumitru Marcu

Dumitru "Mitică" Marcu is a Romanian former professional football forward and manager. Despite Marcu started his career at Steaua București, he remained as a legendary player of the first golden generation of Universitatea Craiova, nicknamed "The Champion of a Great Love", together with players such as: Ion Oblemenco, Petre Deselnicu, Alexandru Boc or Theodor Țarălungă, among others. Marcu scored 63 goals in 203 matches for blues. After retirement, Marcu started his career as a manager, managing Jiul Petroșani, several times and FC U Craiova. Between 2012 and 2016, Marcu was the sporting director of FC Gloria Buzău. Dumitru Marcu played in 16 scored 3 goals. Universitatea CraiovaLiga I: 1973–74, 1979–80 Romanian Cup: 1977, 1978 Dumitru Marcu at RomanianSoccer.ro and StatisticsFootball.com

Administrative Controlled Substances Code Number

Administrative Controlled Substances Code Number is a number assigned to drugs listed on the schedules created by the Controlled Substances Act. The ACSCN is defined in 21 CFR § 1308.03. Each chemical/drug on one of the schedules is assigned an ACSCN. For example, heroin is assigned 9200; the code number is used on various documents used in administration of the system mandated by the CSA. ACSCN tables include the CSA schedule, common alternative chemical names and the most common trade names as well as free base conversion ratio, the molecular weight of the substance in question divided by the molecular weight of the free base; this is used to make meaningful qualitative comparisons between substances and labeling of the end product may, as is required in many European countries, list the active substance using both, as in "Each tablet contains: 120 mg dihydrocodeine bitartrate, representing 80 mg dihydrocodeine base" This method of citation is in theory compulsory worldwide for substances in Schedule I of the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs 1961, a classification corresponding to opioids in US Schedule II with Narcotic classification plus cocaine and German BtMG schedule I and so on.

This is the case for Single Convention Schedule IV, which corresponds to the United States' CSA Schedule I. and CSU Schedule For a complete list, see the list of schedules: List of Schedule I drugs List of Schedule II drugs List of Schedule III drugs List of Schedule IV drugs List of Schedule V drugs List of List 1 reagents and raw materials List of List 2 reagents and raw materials Text of Single Convention On Narcotic Drugs 1931. Also cited in Wikipedia article on Single Convention, courtesy UNODC web site, retrieved 30. April 2014 21 CFR § 1308.03 DEA Office of Diversion Control WWW site, retrieved 26. April 2014 German-language text of Österreichische Suchtmittelgesetz, retrieved 3. May 2014 § 27 German-language text of Deutsche Betäungsmittelgesetz, retrieved 2. May 2014 Innerhalb Betäubungsmittel, IV. Auflage, Tabelle 2C, Seite 116 / Line 3819 in HTML-Version Copyright © Medical 4. January 1999 2014, CCRPP Press Office Zagreb, Croatia—retrieved 4. January 2014 Office of Narcotics Control & You: The Inside Dope (General Membership Manual of the NCOTCL, First Edition, 21.

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