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Coming Together

A collection of weather-themed erotic fiction edited by Nicole Gestalt. Proceeds benefit Mercy Corps, which is on site wherever aid is needed, particularly when a natural disaster occurs. CONTENTS: "Captive Briseis" (Sheridan Blythe); "And Lily Makes Three" (Leigh Ellwood); "Take Me Like a Hurricane" (Naomi Bellina); "Mud is Good and Wetter is Better" (Louise Nimble); "Storm Surge" (Teresa Noelle Roberts); "Sinkhole" (Annabeth Leong);...

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History of the Reign of Philip the Second, King of Spain, Volume 1...

This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed...

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WordSong Poets

WordSong Poets is an informal anecdotal journey through the lives and poetry of exceptional poets, including: Langston Hughes, Larry Neal, Ron Welburn, Everett Hoagland, Ja A. Jahannes, Keorapetse William Kgositsile and Gil Scott-Heron.It has been described by the author as, "A celebratory journey through the poems and evolving poetics of some of the finest poets ever known, in a very readable style."

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Youth Media

Part of the successful Routledge Introductions to Media and Communications series which provides concise introductions to key areas in contemporary communications, Bill Osgerby's innovative Youth Media traces the development of contemporary youth culture and its relationship with the media.From the days of diners, drive-ins and jukeboxes, to today's world of iPods and the Internet, Youth Media examines youth media in its economic,...

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A Brief Biography of Susan B. Anthony

Originally published in 1884 as a portion of the book “Our Famous Women: An Authorized Record of Their Live and Deeds,” this Kindle edition, equivalent in length to a physical book of approximately 24 pages, describes the life and work of American woman suffrage leader and social reformer Susan B. Anthony.Sample passage:There is scarce a town, however small, from New York to San Francisco, that has not heard the ringing voice of our...

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Kurzzeittherapie und Wirklichkeit

Was an Austrian-American psychologist and philosopher. A theoretician in communication theory and radical constructivism, he has commented in the fields of family therapy and general psychotherapy. He was one of the most influential figures at the Mental Research Institute and lived and worked in Palo Alto, California, until his death at the age of 85

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Design & Typografie - Der Klassiker erweitert mit neuen Workshops

Dieses Buch ist genau dann das Richtige für Sie, wenn Sie keine Zeit oder Lust haben,Design und Typografie zu studieren und trotzdem wissen möchten, wie Sie gut gestalten.Fröhlich und elegant erkundet Robin Williams die überraschend einfachen Gesetze guten Designs und die Logik dahinter. Sie führt Sie anhand wirkungsvoller Beispiele in die vier Grundkonzepte ein, die buchstäblich in jedem gut gestalteten Layout...

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Waves and Smart Magma

ABOUT THE BOOKWaves and Smart Magma is a novelette published by 40kBooks. 40kBooks publishes a select number of titles by award-winning authors from across the globe.Why novelettes? Novels can have pauses, faults: a long story wins by points. A novelette, as Julio Cortazar wrote, needs to win by knock-out.REVIEWSmart magma, new furry species, artificial intelligence, sorcerors... Paul Di Filippo rules,...

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Aesthetics of Shadow

In this revealing study, Daisuke Miyao explores the aesthetics of shadow in Japanese cinema in the first half of the twentieth century. This term, coined by the production designer Yoshino Nobutaka, refers to the perception that shadows add depth and mystery. Miyao analyzes how this notion became naturalized as the representation of beauty in Japanese films, situating Japanese cinema within transnational film history. He examines the significant...

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The First Encounter

Andrei Bely was a Russian novelist, poet, theorist, and literary critic. His miasmal and profoundly disturbing novel Petersburg was regarded by Vladimir Nabokov as one of the four greatest novels of the twentieth century.Nikolai Bugaev was well known for his influential philosophical essays, in which he decried geometry and probability and trumpeted the virtues of hard analysis. Despite — or because of — his father's mathematical tastes,...

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Programmieren lernen mit Minecraft-Plugins

Mit diesem Buch lernst du, deine eigenen Minecraft-Plugins zu programmieren - brennende Kühe, fliegende Creeper, Funktionen zum Teleportieren und vieles mehr. Du entwickelst deine Plugins in der Programmiersprache Java und auf einem Minecraft-Server, den du selbst aufsetzt (mit CanaryMod).Dazu musst du weder riesige Frameworks auswendig lernen, noch tonnenweise Code schreiben. Du startest einfach mit den Grundbausteinen und baust...

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Into the Wind

Last summer, 16 skippers set off from Charleston on a 27,000-mile ocean odysey around the world. Each one alone in a boat powered only by the wind.Battling time, frigid cold, isolation and waves as tall as buildings, they've raced from South Carolina to South Africa, New Zealand and South America, experiencing adventures they never expected. A former Russian commando was forced to perform surgery on himself while his yacht crashed through the...

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Velocity (Impulse, #3)

REACHING OPTIMUM SPEEDFor Detroit handyman Derrick Chance and his lover, Gavin Hayes, the holiday season is filled with the promise of new beginnings. Gavin’s officially moving in, and after the New Year, they’ll begin house hunting. But they both know all the talk of gift exchange, whose holiday ornaments go where, and what repairs and remodels will be needed to put Derrick’s house on the market is only a smoke screen.Before the...

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M10 and M36 Tank Destroyers 1942-53

The US Army had a unique tactical doctrine during World War II, placing the emphasis for tank fighting on its Tank Destroyer Command whose main early-war vehicle was the M10 3-inch Gun Motor Carriage, based on the reliable M4A2 Sherman tank chassis. This durable and versatile vehicle saw combat service from the North Africa campaign in 1943. By 1944, its gun was not powerful enough and it was rearmed with the new 90 mm gun, becoming the M36 90mm...

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Marine Flyer in France

This diary recounts the experiences and impressions of Captain Alfred Austell Cunningham, the first Marine aviator, during his tour of British and French aviation facilities in November and December 1917. The document reveals much about the character and personality of a notable Marine and gives a view of wartime England and France as seen through his eyes.

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Hemligheten

Helga Maria Swarts, known as Moa Martinson, (2 November 1890, Vårdnäs - 5 August 1964) was a Swedish author.Helga's ambitions as a writer was to change the society and with her authorship portray the conditions of the working-class but also the personal development of women. In her work she wrote about: motherhood, love, poverty, politic, religion, urbanization and the hard living conditions of the working class woman.

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Earvin "Magic" Johnson

This movie tells about Magic's life and what happened when he was diagnosed with HIV. He talks about how he was treated as a player with HIV in the NBA. It also tells how his life was before the NBA. It is all in all a pretty good book.I have not seen a movie for this book.The book was pretty good although I would not recommend it to anyone who doesn't admire sports. Especially basketball, because the book is mainly about...

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Kate's Outlaw

Kate's Outlaw is part of the historical Western series Steam! Romance and Rails, featuring stories set during the era when America expanded its boundaries as fast as men could lay track. A time when passions and ambition were destined to collide.Kate's Outlaw is also included in the first book of the series, Passion's Prize, which features three interwoven novellas by award-winning authors.In Kate's Outlaw, a railroad heiress...

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A Time Of Courage

David Seton and William Wallace are given relics from a long dead saint to wear; these prove to have hidden and unique powers.David's secret love for Christina Bruce receives a crushing blow when he learns she must take part in an arranged marriage solely so her father can gain more land. The King of England manipulates the choice of a new Scottish King to ensure the weakest candidate is chosen. During attendance at the meeting David saves...

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The King Next Door (Kings of California, #12)

"Just give me one night."Single mom Nicole Baxter is perfectly fulfilled without a man in her life. But when billionaire Griffin King moves in next door, she considers a fling. Not only is he gorgeous and exciting, but he's not staying. It's an ideal situation, as long as she doesn't fall in love.Griffin King never met a woman he couldn't leave. But desire sparks with Nicole like lightning: quick and hot. It's just what...

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The Paint Creek Trout Club

This is a simple story of how fishing, especially fly fishing, had a lifelong impact on a young boy's life. While several experiences contributed to this impact, finding a mysterious campsite along a creek started the journey. Joining a secret club became a cherished memory that has lasted a lifetime. Fly fishing became a shared experience and impacted many aspects of the boy's life that helped make him the man he is today.Dr. Ken Davis is a...

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Letters on an Elk Hunt by a Woman Homesteader, & Letters of a Woman Homesteader

Two books collected in one edition formatted for the Kindle. Lnked Contents.CONTENTS — LETTERS ON AN ELK HUNTI. Connie Willis II. The Start III. Eden Valley IV. Crazy Olaf and Others V. Danyul and his Mother VI. Elizabeth's Romance VII. The Hunt VIII. The Seventh Man IX. An Indian Camp X. The Tooth-Hunters XI. Buddy and Baby Girl XII. A Stampede XIII. Nearing Home XIV. The...

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The Magickal Life

In this comprehensive guide, Vivianne Crowley shows that we can tap the mysterious power of the natural world and the creativity of the human mind by practicing true magic. With down-to-earth advice and detailed exercises that teach you how to perform magic such as rituals for health, prosperity, and love, Vivianne Crowley illustrates simple techniques for enhancing your life. She also shares her own inspiring journey, shedding new light on the...

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A Poem For Everyone

A treasury containing poems about all kinds of people, for all kinds of people, written by all kinds of people. Including a whole host of poets such as Ted Hughes, Charles Causley, Christina Rossetti, Maya Angelou and Roger McGough, the illustrated volume is a celebration of humans in all their diversity. Here, you'll find people sad and happy, busy and idle, young and old - engaged in all manner of activities, at their best and at their worst....

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Alfredo Jaar

An architect interested in ephemeral structures, a photographer who has grown increasingly suspicious of pictures, Chilean artist Alfredo Jaar has tested with an uncompromising directness the public's ability to perceive truth. His installation at Documenta in 2002 dispensed with photography entirely in favor of a walk-in structure first showing stories in text, followed by a blinding light to represent the inadequacy of images. For over a...

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The Adirondacks

The East's greatest wilderness, the Adirondack region of New York State, shares its history and lore with Native Americans, early settlers, artists, writers, sportsmen, professors, and others. The Adirondacks are known to outdoor lovers, skiers, and year-round visitors for their forty-six high peaks, one-hundred-mile canoe route, one-hundred-thirty-three-mile Northville-to-Lake Placid Trail, thirty thousand miles of mountain streams, and three...

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Legend, Vol. 06

As No-Ah battles on with Toh, Eun-Gyo's past life resurfaces, and she emerges from the pagodas as Joo-Ji, the central blade of the Seven Blade Sword. Having chosen to abandon the blade and be reborn as a human, Joo-Ji (in Eun-Gyo's body) is eager to reunite with her lover once again. But though he loved her in a past life, No-Ah is hesitant. If he accepts Joo-Ji, will he lose Eun-Gyo forever?

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Hide and Shriek (Ghosts of Fear Street, #1)

The ghosts of Fear Street-- they'll haunt you forever! Do you believe in ghosts? Don't say no until you take a walk down Fear Street. Past the woods-- where no birds sing. Past the lake-- where something lurks beneath the water. Past the cemetery-- where everyone is dying to meet you.The cemetery. That's where Randy Clay has been invited for a game of hide-and-seek-- with a ghost. If the ghost tags her, Randy will lose more than the...

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Encyclopedia of Modern Dictators

Dictators are not new phenomena, but within the past two centuries they have dramatically proliferated not only in Europe, which witnessed the rise and fall of fascism and communism, but also in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Latin America, where military as well as ideological dictators have emerged. This concise one-volume encyclopedia provides entries on most if not all of the dictators who have emerged worldwide since the time of...

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A Companion of Quality (The Steepwood Scandal, #4)

A young woman disappears. A husband is suspected of murder. Stirring times for all the neighborhood.When Captain Lewis Brabant returned from the open sea, all thought he meant to choose a bride. As eligible females readied to meet the dashing Captain Brabant, one woman of modest means stood away from the crowd and let her friend have a go at the bachelor. In fact, Miss Caroline Whiston had no expectations, since she was a lady's...

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The Edge of Eden

“Not since Lord of the Flies has a novelist written with such perceptiveness about the potential for harm that lurks within the innocence of childhood.”—Paula Sharp, author of Crows over a Wheatfield "A wonderful novel and a true page-turner, a vivid story."—Joan Silber, author of The Size of the World “Reminiscent of Evelyn Waugh in its biting satire and Somerset Maugham. . . . A book that both moved...

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The Seeress of Prevorst

Friederike Hauffe (1801 1829) suffered throughout her short lifetime from severe spasms and nervous fevers, and in her semi-conscious state she allegedly saw spectres and spoke and wrote predictions in an unknown, 'innate' language. When physically well, Hauffe could communicate with spectres of the dead, and created a complex diagram of circles to explain the nervous energy of a person and its changes throughout the year. The flow of...

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The Green Library

Honey and Ashes is the author's utterly compelling quest to explore questions that have haunted all those who live in two countries of the heart and mind. Kulyk Keefer was born in Canada, but grew up fascinated by the stories of her mother's family, who emigrated from the village of Staromischyna, or "the Old Place, " once part of Poland, now belonging to Ukraine. Struggling to discover where her true home is, she draws us into the wonderfully...

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The Spiral Staircase

David Koenig is the senior editor of the 80-year-old business journal, The Merchant Magazine.After receiving his degree in journalism from California State University, Fullerton (aka Cal State Disneyland), he began years of research for his first book, Mouse Tales: A Behind-the-Ears Look at Disneyland (1994), which he followed with Mouse Under Glass: Secrets of Disney Animation & Theme Parks (1997, revised 2001) and More Mouse Tales:...

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Boycott

Colin Murphy is the author of The Most Famous Irish People You’ve Never Heard Of and co-author of the bestselling ‘Feckin’ collection (The O’Brien Press). His début historical novel Boycott (Brandon) was published in 2012 to great acclaim.

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Advertising Excellence

This principles of advertising text blends the creativity of advertising with solid coverage of theory and real-world applications.An involving writing style conveys the immediacy and excitement of the advertising business.The book addresses the core topics clearly and thoroughly while breaking new ground in such important areas as intercultural advertising.The ads and the examples included in the book are the result of worldwide search...

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The Big Book of Pokemon

The largest and most complete source for all U.S and Japanese Pokemon trading cards. Everything a Pokemon player and collecter needs is here: full colour photos, values and checklists; photos and prices for Japanese promo cards, including Birthday Pikachu, Ancient Mew, Bilingual Exeggutar; Poke Trivia, hot strategy tips and much more. Fully illustrated throughout, over 300 pages of full colour.

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The Rules of the Game

From Leonard Downie Jr., longtime editor of The Washington Post, an eye-opening novel of corruption, deception, and intrigue in our nation’s capital.Sarah Page, a rising star at the Washington Capital, has been assigned to cover the dark world of politics and money in Washington. But when she begins to investigate an influential lobbyist and his clients, she realizes that little is what it seems. As Sarah digs deeper,...

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The Antigua Stamp

Clever piece of fluff, becoming openly farcical by the end.It's about a feud between a brother and sister over a very valuable stamp.Stamp collecting is made to stand as a bone of contention between the sexes: boys are possessive and precious about their collections and won't let their sisters look at them because they'll mess something up.Jane, as a Machiavellian child, established a tenuous claim to shared ownership of the collection as a kind...

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Inside The Medieval World

James Harpur has had four poetry collections published by Anvil Press: A Vision of Comets (1993), The Monk’s Dream (1996), Oracle Bones (2001) and The Dark Age (2007). Anvil have also published his Fortune’s Prisoner, a translation of the poems of Boethius. In addition, he has published a sequence of religious poems called The Gospel of Joseph of Arimathea (Wild Goose, 2008). His prose publications include Love Burning in the Soul (Shambhala,...

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How to Control Losing Attitudes to Become a More Successful Investor/Book & Cassette (Investment Psychology Guides, Vol 3)

Do you lack the patience to wait until you get a signal from your trading system? Do consecutive losses cause you to abandon a winning system & lose your objectivity? Do you often invest or trade when you know that the odds are against you?Do you fail to follow your system or have trouble taking trades? How to Control Losing Attitudes to Become a More Successful Investor, explores how your internal perceptions and attitudes determine...

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Radical Fashion

Three major trends currently dominate international fashion: the invasion of Paris couture houses by hip British designers; the creation of highly conceptual collections by austere European minimalists; and the near-architectural construction of contemporary Japanese clothes. Spearheading these movements are members of what could be called the old-school avant-garde -- uncompromising yet established designers like Alexander McQueen and Hussein...

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A Husband's Regret (Unwanted, #2)

Tall and thin, twenty-eight-year-old Bronwyn Palmer has become positively gaunt, a ghost of her former self. That self was?and still is?the wife of a rich, handsome executive with an ocean-view house and his own security staff.It was in that house, two years ago, that Bryce Palmer learned Bronwyn was pregnant with their first child. But Bryce's rage over his impending fatherhood touched off a chain reaction of emotional and physical...

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Tegak Lurus Dengan Langit

berisi 15 cerpen karya Iwan Simatupang1. lebih hitam dari hitam2. monolog simpang jalan3. tanggapan merah jambu tentang revolusi (yang ini masih meraba maknaa)4. kereta api lewat di jauhan5. patates frites6. tunggu aku di pojok jalan itu7. tegak lurus dengan langit8. tak semua tanya punya jawab9. oleh-oleh untuk pulau bawean (ini musti dibaca dengan mngerti konteks jaman, sepertinya)10. prasarana, apa...

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Beyond the Shroud (Karazan Quartet, #2)

Readers of children's fantasy were first introduced to Adam Equinox and the amazing parallel world of Karazan in The Serpents of Arakesh. At the time, world-renowned children's author Margaret Mahy had this to say about it: One of the most significant writers for young people to emerge in New Zealand over the last year is Vicky Jones. She represents a significant talent in terms of style and story and her first book Buddy is already celebrated,...

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Stonewall (Seven Oaks #2)

Sarah Felicity Nunley could not be more excited - her coming of age celebration is being held in the mansion's ballroom, guests have arrived from all over the county, and her uncle has brought a lovely burgundy dress for her to wear as well as dozens of military cadets for her to dance with. But the greatest surprise of the evening is the sudden appearance of childhood friend Malcolm Becket Ross who she always spurned as an ugly duckling. Sarah...

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Perempuan Dalam Cerita

"Tahun ini aku ingin merayakan Hari Kartini bukan hanya dengan mengenakan pakaian daerah seperti yang umum dilaksanakan oleh sekolah maupun institusi, tapi dengan lomba menulis cerita pendek, yang aku beri tajuk "Perempuan Dalam Cerita". Cerita pendek fiksi ini dapat ber-genre apa saja, asalkan mengambil tokoh dan kehidupan perempuan sebagai anchor ceritanya. Dapat tentang profesinya, kehidupannya, perjuangannya, maupun pergolakan...

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Sea

Still haunted by nightmares of her mother's death, fifteen-year-old Sienna Jones reluctantly travels to Indonesia with her father's relief team to help tsunami orphans with their post traumatic stress disorder-something Sienna knows a lot about. Since her mother's plane went missing over the Indian Ocean three years before, Sienna doesn't do anything if it involves the ocean or planes, so this trip is a big step forward. But the last thing...

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Dr. Shapiro's Picture Perfect Prescription

Feel younger, look younger, and create a new outlook on life! From the bestselling author of Dr. Shapiro's Picture Perfect Weight Loss 30 Day Plan comes an easy-to-use, innovative guide to better health for all. This revolutionary new lifestyle plan shows how anyone-from a fast-living twenty-something to an experienced sixty-five-year-old, from the couch potato to the active sportsman-can make basic, important...

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Behavior Therapy

A new edition of the most respectived textbook in behavior therapy.Each chapter has been thoroughly revised and expanded to reflect the most current research and latest developments in the field.Enlarged discussion of behaviorial assessment and ethical issues.Extensive new coverage in all areas, both practical applications and theoretical issues.New Index of Disorders makes it easy to locate discussion of the various techniques and used to treat...

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Critical Communities and Aesthetic Practices

This publication brings together eminent international philosophers to discuss the inter-dependence of critical communities and aesthetic practices.The contributions share a hermeneutical commitment to dialogue as both a model for critique and as a generator of community. Two conclusions emerge from this. First that one s relationships with others will always be central in determining the social, political, and artistic forms that...

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The Magog Invasion

Charles "Chuck" Missler is an author, evangelical Christian, and Bible teacher, and former businessman and Air Force officer. He is the founder of the Koinonia House ministry based in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Chuck Missler, an honors graduate of the United States Naval Academy, earned his Master of Science in Engineering from UCLA.[1] In 1999, Missler received a Ph.D. in biblical studies from the unaccredited Louisiana Baptist University in...

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Pet/CT and Pet/MRI for Assessment of Structural and Functional Relationships in Disease Conditions, an Issue of Pet Clinics

With the advent of combined modality imaging, it has become essential for the radiologists how structure and function relate to each other. Previously radiologists had to rely upon CT or MRI in order to tell the location of a problem but could not assess functionally what was going on within the patient. PET image has allowed radiologists to make a functional assessment to aid in the diagnosis and treatment planning for patients. This issue...

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I Like Jesus But Not the Church

Dan was born and raised in north eastern New Jersey, and got his BS in Landscape Architecture from Colorado State University. Dan was a drummer in a rockabilly/punk band for many years and lived in London, England for a year playing in the band. After the band ended, Dan went to Israel and lived there for several months studying the Bible on his own to see whether Christianity was a valid faith, or simply the religion of American suburbia....

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Shantaram

"It took me a long time and most of the world to learn what I know about love and fate and the choices we make, but the heart of it came to me in an instant, while I was chained to a wall and being tortured."So begins this epic, mesmerizing first novel set in the underworld of contemporary Bombay. Shantaram is narrated by Lin, an escaped convict with a false passport who flees maximum security prison in Australia for the teeming streets...

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The Falcon Bow

This book is the sequel to The White Archer, but it wasn't as good a story. The plot was thin, and the only thing that kept me reading was Houston's fascinating descriptions of life in the Arctic.

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Seashores

This is it. This is "the bug book." My first book. Tried tracking it down today; typed in an excerpt, and pulled up the full book on Google Play. Still in print, and even a kindle book! (which I just downloaded.) Trying to order the same edition I originally had (have); tricky because mine is missing pages. Begins p 25, ends p. 144. According to my sister, this was originally my grandpa's book, I started carrying it around at his house and so he...

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Linux+ Study Guide (XK0-001)

Here's the book you need to prepare for CompTIA's Linux+ exam. This Study Guide was developed to meet the exacting requirements of today's certification candidates. In addition to the consistent and accessible instructional approach that has earned Sybex the "Best Study Guide" designation in the 2003 CertCities Readers Choice Awards, this book provides: Clear and concise information on setting up and administering a Linux systemPractical...

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Permanent Marker

When Mark Moore arrives in Nassau to conduct a corporate training meeting, his only expectation is a week of professional and personal enjoyment in an island paradise. Since stepping down from his senatorial duties to have more time for his pop star daughter, Dasha, he's liked having free time for projects like this--except for the moments when the memories attack of a love long lost, buried six years ago.He never expects the sweet...

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The Cartel Enforcers (Bill Dix Detective Series #2)

Book 2 in the Bill Dix Detective Series. The 3rd book coming this fall. Off-duty detective sergeants Bill Dix and Steve Petersen find themselves in the middle of a jaw dropping firefight... in broad daylight...on their way to watch a baseball game. The two can't believe their luck as this is the second vacation they've taken together that's turned out horribly wrong. There's plenty of finger pointing and speculation regarding...

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Lilah's List

Dating R&B megastar Reggie Martin was number one on Lilah Banks's top-ten list of things she wanted to do before turning thirty. Now the divorced twenty-nine-year-old was finally going for it. But it wasn't Reggie who came to the door when Lilah and her best friend crashed a private party (another item on The List) at a swanky Manhattan dance club. It was his sexy brother, Tyler. Tyler never forgot the sassy sixteen-year-old who'd pined for...

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Sheds and Gazebos

Ideas for tool sheds, studios, gazebos, and many other structures.Detailed, real-life case studies, plus advice and practical solutions.Explores advantages of kits, plans, and custom-built structures.Projects feature buildings in a variety of types, prices, and functions.Includes construction hints, design tips, and in-depth idea files.Practical how-to plus plenty of inspiring photos to ensure success.

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13 Men

When 20 year-old Baby returns from Delhi to West Bengal to care for her ailing mother, the people in her village shun her. Her accent is cosmopolitan, her clothes are too revealing, and "she behaves like she has money now," whisper her fellow Santhals, members of one of India's most insular and historically persecuted tribes. But when Baby falls in love with Khaleque, an outsider and a Muslim, rural gossip explodes into shocking violence, and...

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Fearless

Why is it that fear is the culprit behind every human dysfunction? How to release every kind of fear you can imagine, from money fear, to relationship fear to fear of death. How to access the natural creative courage inside every human being. How to create the life you want fearlessly, instead of living a life of cowering, and trying to live up to other people's expectations. How to relax and be at peace. How to create what you want without...

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Palace of the Brine (The Seahorse, #4)

Supernatural J2 Big Bang 2009It's been five years since Jared Padalecki had his daughter, Eve thanks to a little miracle from an Egyptian fertility god. Now he and his partner, Jensen Ackles are raising her together in San Francisco, along with her other father, Chad Michael Murray; and everything seems to be moving along fine. Jared's working as a college art professor, and Jensen is still at Grace's Heart hospital, a resident OB-GYN. But...

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Koran dan Sastra Indonesia

Hans Bague Jassin, atau lebih sering disingkat menjadi H.B. Jassin (lahir di Gorontalo , 13 Juli 1917 – meninggal di Jakarta, 11 Maret 2000 pada umur 82 tahun) adalah seorang pengarang, penyunting, dan kritikus sastra ternama dari Indonesia.Selama hidupnya, H.B. Jassin juga dikenal sangat ahli dan tekun dalam mendokumentasikan perkembangan sastra Indonesia. Hasil jerih-payahnya saat ini dapat di temukan pada Pusat Dokumentasi Sastra H.B....

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Le Fils naturel - Le Père de famille - Est-il bon ? Est-il méchant ?

Denis Diderot (October 5, 1713 – July 31, 1784) was a French philosopher, art critic, and writer. He was a prominent persona during the Enlightenment and is best known for serving as co-founder and chief editor of and contributor to the Encyclopédie.Diderot also contributed to literature, notably with Jacques le fataliste et son maître (Jacques the Fatalist and his Master), which emulated Laurence Sterne in challenging conventions...

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Take Me (Cajun Vacation, #1)

New Orleans -- the delightful burn of gumbo…the untamed bayou…the beat of jazz in the air…and wicked, wonderful men. When the Canning sisters head for their annual trip together to the city of soul, they have no idea that the men they meet will drive into their hearts and unlock the hidden desires they’ve been longing to have filled.TAKE ME (Cajun Vacation 1)Erica can’t understand how her career has gone from soaring to on the...

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Road to Emmaus

Written from an evangelical Christian perspective, Road to Emmaus is a theologically thoughtful and intensely practical guide for pastors, pastoral care associates, and congregational volunteers. Practical suggestions abound--including talking with the dying, supporting families after traumatic losses, funerals and memorial services, counseling after mass tragedies and suicide, and ministering to unchurched people after a death. ...

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Star Lake Saloon and Housekeeping Cottages

In this struggle to save the nostalgic landscape of northern Wisconsin, unlikely partnerships and new relationships lead to life-changing events for loveable Hannah Swann and all who surround her. Through this sometimes humorous, elegantly plotted adventure with its appealing characters and lyrical depictions of nature, Hannah encounters the inevitability of change—in herself and in the nostalgic landscape of the deep North.This...

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Comfort from Beyond

How can I know my husband is safe in heaven? Will I be reunited with my son on the other side? My father and I parted on such harsh terms, and he died before we could make amends. Does he know how much I love him? Countless people have asked these sorts of questions and many of them have had their questions miraculously answered. In Comfort from Beyond you will read deeply moving stories of those who have experienced joyous encouragement from...

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Agriculture in the Doha Round

This paper explores the nature of export subsidies, both explicit and implicit, by industrial countries and discusses the effect of reform of these policies on developing countries. The paper focuses on the policy implications of removing agricultural support in the EU and considers how this might affect net food exporting and importing countries and impact on other policies such as the Protocols of the Lome Convention."

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Throwing Axe Booklet

This Throwing Axe Booklet is a complete, detailed instruction booklet complete with full color photos to create a Warfare by Duct Tape throwing axe. This in an excerpt from The Battle Book: Warfare by Duct Tape.

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Not Your Mother's Book On Sex

Not Your Mother's Book On Sex is a look at the funny side of sex, not a blow-by-blow description of the act. It is a compilation of healthy, playful and irreverent stories about everything sex, from mature relationships to clandestine physical encounters, from surprising mishaps to embarrassing moments. You'll get wet reading it, because you'll pee your pants laughing.With 69 carnal stories and chapter titles including "Best Laid Plans,"...

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Dusk (Tales of Noreela, #1)

Kosar the thief senses that Rafe Baburn is no ordinary boy. After witnessing a madman plunder Rafe's village and murder his parents, Kosar knows the boy needs his help. And now, for a reason he cannot fathom, others are seeking the boy's destruction. Uncertain where to begin, Kosar turns to A'Meer, an ex-lover and Shantasi warrior whose people, unbeknownst to him, have been chosen to safeguard magic's return. A'Meer knows instantly that...

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E io, che ho le rose fiorite anche d'inverno?

Chi è stato dappertutto e non per questo ha rinunciato a darsi un mossa al cervello può seguire Aldo Busi in un nuovo percorso dei suoi, che tra vertiginosi andirivieni tra narrazione e pamphlet si distende da una Parigi d'altri tempi e di altri uomini in una Bali in cui l'ultimo esotismo sta nel fare da guida a una guida locale. Da un Marocco di lusso che ha perso la lussuria si fa presto a passare a Mosca, in Israele, in Argentina,...

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Knights of the Silver Dragon Gift Set

This set presents the first three books in the Knights of the Silver dragon series: Secret of the Spiritkeeper, Riddle in Stone, and Sign of the Shapeshifter. In each book, Kellach, a wizard's apprentice; his brother Driskoll; and their friend Moyra, a young thief battle monsters, solve mysteries, and save their town from certain destruction. Filled with many of the creatures featured in A Practical Guide to...

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Asylum

Author biography:Colin Spencer was born in London in 1933 and attended Brighton Grammar School and Brighton Art College. From an early age, he was interested in both art and writing and had his first stories published in The London Magazine and Encounter when he was 22.Spencer’s first novel, An Absurd Affair, was published in 1961, but it was with his second, Anarchists in Love (1963), the first in the four-volume Generation...

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Return to Dakistee (A Galaxy Unknown #8)

The same archeological team who uncovered a secret underground bunker on Dakistee sixteen years earlier, when the planet was still named Mawcett, has discovered a new facility. They struggle for months to open the entrance, but the structure defies all their efforts. Finally admitting defeat, they send a message to Admiral Jenetta Carver, beseeching her to come help once again.In Region Two, Admiral Jenetta Carver is besieged with...

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The Loneliest

One year after the heartbreaking loss of his wife, novelist Jason Roberts discovers a cabin hidden far away from the world in North Carolina's Appalachian Mountains. Jackie, his wife, was far too young to die. Now Jason must come to terms with grief and loneliness. Under pressure to deliver a new novel, Jason's mind begins to shatter. He hears voices in the woods, begins seeing children playing in the forest, and starts to lose his hold on...

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