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by Caron Krauth,Nigel Krauth

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  • ISBN 0140323155
  • ISBN13 978-0140323153
  • Language English
  • Author Caron Krauth,Nigel Krauth
  • Publisher Puffin Books (October 29, 1987)
  • Pages 208
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  • Size ePub 1839 kb
  • Size Fb2 1540 kb
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by Caron Krauth (Author, Illustrator), Nigel Krauth (Author). Publisher: Puffin Books (October 29, 1987).

by Caron Krauth (Author, Illustrator), Nigel Krauth (Author).

ISBN13:9780140323153. Release Date:October 1987.

A pedestrian user friendly intelligent crossing (puffin crossing) is a type of pedestrian crossing in use in the United Kingdom. The design is distinct in that the lights controlling the pedestrians are on the same side of the road as the pedestrian. The design is distinct in that the lights controlling the pedestrians are on the same side of the road as the pedestrian user, rather than on the opposite side as in the older pelican crossing it replaces. They have two sensors on top of the traffic lights (PCD pedestrian crossing detector and PKD pedestrian kerb detector).

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Nigel Krauth (born 8 February 1949) is an Australian novelist and academic. He is a Professor at Griffith University teaching creative writing. He has published four novels and co-authored a number of young adult works

Nigel Krauth (born 8 February 1949) is an Australian novelist and academic. He has published four novels and co-authored a number of young adult works. Krauth was born in Cremorne, New South Wales. from the University of Queensland in 1983.

The Atlantic Puffin is both captivating and peculiar. The Atlantic puffin travels to land in the summer to nest during the warmer months. There are many reason why locals, artists and tourists alike are seduced by these brightly colored seabirds but seem manic in their flying style because of their small wings. Puffin wings can beat up to 440 times per minute. Their curious behaviors and unique appearance are a couple of the reason we are drawn to Iceland to catch a glimpse.