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Copper Magnetic Bangle Bracelet (Classic Matt D XL) - 6 High Strength Magnets - With 2 Size Options Standard and XL, - Size Option 2 = XL, fits wrists over 7 3/4 in.
Copper Magnetic Bangle Bracelet (Classic Matt D XL) - 6 High Strength Magnets - With 2 Size Options Standard and XL, - Size Option 2 = XL, fits wrists over 7 3/4 in.
Offered by North South Magnetics
Price: £15.95

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a good product, 1 Dec 2013
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I was once sceptical about the effectiveness of copper bracelets but found that they really do work for me and significantly reduce arthritic pain. I particularly like this bangle - it's slim and plain and the rounded edges make it comfortable to wear. I also like the matt finish. The firm were very prompt dealing with the order and I've since ordered more items for family and friends.


The Last Mughal: The Fall of a Dynasty, Delhi, 1857
The Last Mughal: The Fall of a Dynasty, Delhi, 1857
by William Dalrymple
Edition: Hardcover

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5.0 out of 5 stars The Last Mughal by William Dalrymple, 12 Nov 2006
This is an astounding read; William Dalrymple at his finest and strongest. Drawing upon a wealth of previously unpublished material from the Indian National Archive, Dalrymple presents the Indian Mutiny of 1857, the events leading up to it, and its aftermath with unprecedented breadth. The subject has been deeply researched and there are extensive, informative, footnotes throughout. For students of the period this book should be mandatory reading. But part of its brilliance is that this book is, for the general reader, a highly accessible read - the narrative flows and moves at a gripping pace. The story is a tribute to the civilians of Delhi, caught like proverbial grains of wheat between the giant millstones of the opposing factions. Whilst it relates to events of 150 years ago powerful contemporary messages are reinforced. That racial and religious intolerance and bigotry serve to spawn extremism and "self righteous hysteria".


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