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        Q: If I wrap my books in plastic (in the same way that you wrap gifts), will it help preserve them?
A: You can presumably take it to a kinkos or something along those lines . I believes they have plastic that are able seal the loose leaf . Or you could get a three ring binder , I to bet that there exist holes already under place for that . If your concerned about not getting as much out of the book due to the binder subsequently I would propose using a buyback comparison site like http : //Bookquoter.com they will give you all of the prices for buyback corporations so that you make convinced you 're getting the most for the book you 're selling . 

Q: Firmoo shipping?/????
A: A towing line shall be identical as a mooring line ... ... but it 's be utilised for towing the ship . It is a hawser for big vessels which designates it sized . Often doubled up or possibly more subsequently doubled up . Ships carry them for mooring in port as a standards equipment .  See if you are able find a copy of `` The Blue Jackets Manual '' , the report covers this and much more . 

Q: What Are Ships Used For Today?
A: It 're all sailing vessels back subsequently . For ocean travel , the most frequent types were the Carrack - primarily a freight vessel - and its successor , the Galleon , that could also be fitted out as a war vessel . For shorter distance travel the Caravel longer remained popular .