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Cajun Chicken Pasta For the Spicy Cajun Pasta Sauce 2 ounces olive oil 1 tablespoon garlic, fresh, chopped 1/2 cup onion, cut in large chunks 1/2 cup green pepper, diced in large pieces 1/2 cup red pepper, diced in large pieces 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1 cup chicken stock 1 cup v 8 vegetable juice 1 -3 tablespoon cornstarch (mix about a tablespoon with a couple table spoons cold water to form a slurry) salt and pepper, to taste For the Pasta 10 ounces fettuccine (cooked al dente) 1 tablespoon parmesan cheese 1 chicken breast, boneless, skinless, cooked and sliced in strips 1 teaspoon parsley, chopped Directions: Prepare sauce: Heat oil in saute pan; add garlic; saute for 30 seconds; add onions and saute for 1 minute; add peppers and continue to saute for another minute. Deglaze with chicken stock and reduce to half. Add V-8 juice and cayenne pepper; bring to boil; simmer 10 minutes. Thicken to consistency with cornstarch; season to taste with salt and pepper. Add cooked pasta to sauce and heat through until hot. Arrange on serving dish and top with chicken breast. Sprinkle with Parmesan and parsley.
The Silmarillion, foundation of the imagined world of J.R.R. Tolkien, was as is well known never completed, never brought to a final form after the writing of The Lord of the Rings: the work is known from the text published posthumously in 1977, a construction from the narratives that existed, not a completion. In Morgoth's Ring, the first of two companion volumes, Christopher Tolkien describes and documents the later history of The Silmarillion, from the time when his father turned again to 'the Matter of the Elder Days' after The Lord of the Rings was at last achieved. The text of the Annals of Aman, the 'Blessed Land' in the far West, is given in full; while in writings hitherto unknown is seen the nature of the problems that J.R.R. Tolkien explored in his later years, as new and radical ideas, portending upheaval in the old narratives, emerged at the heart of the mythology, and as the destinies of Men and Elves, mortals and immortals, became of central significance, together with a vastly enlarged perception of the evil of Melkor, the Shadow upon Arda. Among these writings a central place is given to the Athrabeth Finrod ah Andreth, in which the Elvish King of Nargothrond debates with the 'wisewoman' Andreth the injustice of human mortality.
Part 1: The Fellowship of the Ring Part 2: The Two Towers Part 3: The Return of the King Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky, Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone, Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die, One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie. One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie. CONTENTS FOREWORD PROLOGUE 1. Concerning Hobbits 2. Concerning Pipe-weed 3. Of the Ordering of the Shire 4. Of the Finding of the Ring Note on the Shire records THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING Book I Chapter 1 A Long-expected Party Chapter 2 The Shadow of the Past Chapter 3 Three is Company Chapter 4 A Short Cut to Mushrooms Chapter 5 A Conspiracy Unmasked Chapter 6 The Old Forest Chapter 7 In the House of Tom Bombadil Chapter 8 Fog on the Barrow-Downs Chapter 9 At the Sign of The Prancing Pony Chapter 10 Strider Chapter 11 A Knife in the Dark Chapter 12 Flight to the Ford Book II Chapter 1 Many Meetings Chapter 2 The Council of Elrond Chapter 3 The Ring Goes South Chapter 4 A Journey in the Dark Chapter 5 The Bridge of Khazad-dûm Chapter 6 Lothlórien Chapter 7 The Mirror of Galadriel Chapter 8 Farewell to Lórien Chapter 9 The Great River Chapter 10 The Breaking of the Fellowship THE TWO TOWERS Book III Chapter 1 The Departure of Boromir Chapter 2 The Riders of Rohan Chapter 3 The Uruk-Hai Chapter 4 Treebeard Chapter 5 The White Rider Chapter 6 The King of the Golden Hall Chapter 7 Helm's Deep Chapter 8 The Road to Isengard Chapter 9 Flotsam and Jetsam Chapter 10 The Voice of Saruman Chapter 11 The Palant_r Book IV Chapter 1 The Taming of Sméagol Chapter 2 The Passage of the Marshes Chapter 3 The Black Gate is Closed Chapter 4 Of Herbs and Stewed Rabbit Chapter 5 The Window on the West Chapter 6 The Forbidden Pool Chapter 7 Journey to the Cross-roads Chapter 8 The Stairs of Cirith Ungol Chapter 9 Shelob's Lair Chapter 10 The Choices of Master Samwise THE RETURN OF THE KING Book V Chapter 1 Minas Tirith Chapter 2 The Passing of the Grey Company Chapter 3 The Muster of Rohan Chapter 4 The Siege of Gondor Chapter 5 The Ride of the Rohirrim Chapter 6 The Battle of the Pelennor Fields Chapter 7 The Pyre of Denethor Chapter 8 The Houses of Healing Chapter 9 The Last Debate Chapter 10 The Black Gate Opens Book VI Chapter 1 The Tower of Cirith Ungol Chapter 2 The Land of Shadow Chapter 3 Mount Doom Chapter 4 The Field of Cormallen Chapter 5 The Steward and the King Chapter 6 Many Partings Chapter 7 Homeward Bound Chapter 8 The Scouring of the Shire Chapter 9 The Grey Havens APPENDICES A ANNALS OF THE KINGS AND RULERS I The Númenorean Kings (I) Númenor (II) The Realms In Exile (III) Eriador, Arnor, and The Heirs Of Isildur (IV) Gondor and The Heirs Of Anñrion (V) Here Follows a Part of The Tale of Aragorn and Arwen
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The Clover Leaf Newsletter of the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. Chapter of the House Rabbit Society. Serving Washington, D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia Dedicated to the memory of Clover, our Chapter founder Spring/Summer 1999, Issue V Rabbit-F abbit-Friendly Choosing a Rabbit-Friendly Dog “What breed of dog will get along with my rabbits?” This question is asked a lot, but it misses the main point. What doggy PERSONALITY will get along best with your rabbits is the question to ask, not what breed. While it’s true to some extent that breed makes a difference—for example, certain terrier breeds might not be the best choice—we all know examples of these dogs living happily with rabbits and even smaller members of the animal kingdom. Some breeds that I know of living in peace with rabbits are Keeshonds, Collies, Pit bulls, Greyhounds, Scotties, Basset hounds, Corgis, and of course MIXED BREEDS! As you can see, good bunnyloving dogs come in all shapes and sizes! Generally, a puppy of any breed is not the best choice. Pups don’t have any manners yet and don’t know their own strength.
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IGES Import for AutoCAD is a plug-in for AutoCAD. IGES Import for AutoCAD gives AutoCAD the ability to import geometric data from IGES files. IGES files contain graphical data in the form widely accepted by most CAD/CAM systems. IGES Import for AutoCAD converts this geometric data into corresponding AutoCAD entities and adds them to the contents of the currently opened AutoCAD drawing. IGES Import for AutoCAD is powered by the widely used 3D InterOp technology from Spatial. 3D InterOp is the industry standard for proprietary and neutral CAD file format data exchange and is used in almost all the major CAD systems. Besides data exchange 3D InterOp also offers powerful repairing and healing features which are extensively used in IGES Import for AutoCAD. Repairing involves checking the file for corrupted data and fixing the invalid data. Healing corrects the differences in precision. IGES Import for AutoCAD also creates a detailed log file which is extremely useful in identifying data translation problems and aids in locating and fixing errors. IGES Import for AutoCAD can read IGES files up to version 5.3. IGES Import for AutoCAD is designed to work with the following versions of AutoCAD: • AutoCAD 2011 (32 & 64 Bit) • AutoCAD 2010 (32 & 64 Bit) • AutoCAD 2009 (32 & 64 Bit) • AutoCAD 2008 (32 & 64 Bit) • AutoCAD 2007 • AutoCAD 2006 • AutoCAD 2005 • AutoCAD 2004 • AutoCAD 2002 • AutoCAD 2000i • AutoCAD 2000.
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