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Prestel

A commercial videotex service of British Telecom (formerly part of the British Post Office).
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Katja Muelheim, Founding Partner and Managing Director of Prestel and Partner said, "Our Dubai Family Office Forum's strategic partnership with AIM strengthens our mutual commitment to promote a long-term focus for family offices and advocacy for sustainable investments.
Fire Chief Drew Smith presented Prestel with the award during a recognition luncheon held in December.
Prestel are quite right in their claim that this book 'will captivate and soothe young children at bedtime, in fact, they will be attracted to it well before they make their way to bed!
It added: "e service is at present available in Birmingham, Nottingham, Norwich and London but there is an ambitious expansion programme - with a big promotional drive in Solihull as the rst stage, supplementing a PS1 million national Prestel push by the Post Oce."
It added: "The service is at present available in Birmingham, Nottingham, Norwich and London but there is an ambitious expansion programme - with a big promotional drive in Solihull as the first stage, supplementing a PS1 million national Prestel push by the Post Office."
Prestel is taking on this position after Aaron McCormack decided to leave the company to pursue other interests.
Close's dramatic story is now told by Christopher Finch in the first comprehensive biography of the artist: "Chuck Close: Life" by Prestel Publishing.
Munich, Berlin, London, New York: Prestel Publishing, 2006.
See the Music, Hear the Dance: Rethinking African Art at the Baltimore Museum of Art by Frederick John Lamp, Prestel, March 2004 $79.00, ISBN 3-791-33036-5
* BOOKS TO READ: Icons of Fashion: The 20th Century edited by Gerda Buxbaum (Prestel Verlag, 1999, $29.95).
This is the sixth installment in German publisher Prestel's coffee-table series aimed at photographically documenting "the highlights of the twentieth century." True to its rifle, it is a book of few words.
Tackling a theatrical ingredient that's less tangible than masks or puppets, the Munich-based publisher Prestel brings us the stunning and unusual volume Light Fantastic: The Art and Design of Stage Lighting (Prestel, 240 pp, 270 color and 257 b/w illustrations, $75 cloth).