By Jeff Miller
Книга для любителей деревообработки, в которой подробно описывается создание nine деревянных кроватей различчных конструкций. Множество иллюстраций и чертежи.
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Although these housing blocks were a symbol of modernisation in interwar Greece, over the following decades they came to fulfil urgent housing needs. The structure of the building contains the characteristics of vertical social cla� s segregation: basements (low income) , ground floor (shops), intermediate floors (middle-class homes and offices) , penthouse (high income) . 1 1 37 . 8 c:::=:J 7. $ 1 8,$ 1 1 9,3 Population density and metropolitan areas, in 1, 000 residents/km2 a shop, a warehouse, a restaurant, a workshop, a supermarket, a cafe, a bar, or even a garage.
3 This was the US aid plan offered to European countries after WWII (mainly during 1 948- 1 95 1 ) . On one hand, it aimed to strengthen nati onal economies, yf't on the other hand it would serve US foreign policy, in the sense that it also aimed to prevent aid rect'iving countries fro m entering t h t' Soviet Union's sphere of political impact. The iniual rt'cipienls were those counlries that-according to the US government-were in immediate danger from the expansion of communism, namely Greece and Turkey.
Their unlimited capacity always leaves all chances open. The streets of Athens hosted hundreds of demonstrations and events and thousands of people during the days of December. The continu ous presence of the rebels on the streets caused enough problems to the circulation of commodities, and the market was literally paralysed. 1 9 The interruption of traffic and the conversion of road use takes place in many different, and sometimes inspired, ways. On Friday 1 9 Decem ber, a concert in Propylea is organized, and almost 5,000 people use the street as a huge musie stage.