Birdland (Eros Graphic Novel Series, No. 1) by Gilbert Hernandez

By Gilbert Hernandez

Gilbert Hernandez' sensationally semen-drenched fantasia remains to be the most well liked Eros comedian of all of them. With a delightfully deviant solid that includes driping exploits of 2 spunky strippers, an oversexed psychiatrist and her philandering husband.

Show description

Read or Download Birdland (Eros Graphic Novel Series, No. 1) PDF

Similar nonfiction_5 books

Paxton’s flower garden

This publication was once initially released ahead of 1923, and represents a replica of a major ancient paintings, holding an analogous structure because the unique paintings. whereas a few publishers have opted to observe OCR (optical personality attractiveness) know-how to the method, we think this ends up in sub-optimal effects (frequent typographical error, unusual characters and complicated formatting) and doesn't appropriately defend the old personality of the unique artifact.

Revision of the Palearctic Chaetocnema Species (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Galerucinae: Alticini)

75 Palearctic Chaetocnema species are revised. Seven new species are defined: C. belka, Ch. bergeali, C. eastafghanica, C. franzi, C. igori, C. lubischevi, and C. tbilisiensis. the next 9 synonymies are proposed: Biodontocnema Biondi 2000 = Chaetocnema Stephens 1831; C. altisocia Chen & Wang 1981 = C.

Leukemia and Related Disorders: Integrated Treatment Approaches

From the area popular Fred Hutchinson melanoma learn middle, this ebook is written for all physicians who deal with sufferers with acute or power leukemias or myelodysplasia. it really is designed to reply to questions on remedy ways that as a rule come up in day by day perform. in line with the Center’s groundbreaking learn in bone marrow transplantation, the ebook presents unheard of insurance of the position of allogeneic transplant in remedy.

Extra info for Birdland (Eros Graphic Novel Series, No. 1)

Example text

The scratch ratio in the AFM scratching process is similar to those material properties used to quantify the machinability in conventional machining process [95]. As mentioned earlier, Kawasegi et al. [13] developed a diamond-tip probe with a spring constant of 239 N/m to scratch grooves on an undoped Si(110) wafer to a depth up to 97 nm using a normal load of 556 μN. Their scratching results are plotted in Fig. 7 nm. The data can also be well correlated with the logarithmic form of Eq. 97. e. 756 nm/μN, reported by Tseng [5], in which a diamond coated tip that had an apex radius of 120-nm attached on a Si cantilever with a spring constant of 42 N/m was used to perform the single-scratch experiment.

106] Zhou et al. [103] Zhou et al. [103] Madou [107] Kuruvilla et al. [108] Madou [107] Kawasegi et al. [13] Yan et al. [80] Golovin et al. [109] Calabri et al. A. Tseng 1 Nanoscale Scratching with Single and Dual Sources Using Atomic Force. . 37 [110]. The elastic properties of NiFe thin films reported by Zhou et al. [111] were also used in the calculation. Note that the Young’s module and hardness for thin film materials normally are significantly higher than the values in the bulk form and increase with the decrease of the thickness of the films.

227, respectively. 96 for wf , indicating that the power-law correlation fits the depth data perfectly and width measurements reasonably well. e. predicting no scratching at No = 0. 96, respectively. This also indicates that the data fits the power-law correlation very well. The mean values of the depth, d, and width, wf , based on ten measurements are also plotted in Fig. 15. The associated standard deviation, which is not shown, is roughly twice as large as those based on the single cycle cases shown in Fig.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.95 of 5 – based on 7 votes