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A discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian church

This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words. 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,...

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The Best Ever Guide to Getting Out of Debt For Charlton Athletic Fans

The Best Ever Guide to Getting Out of Debt for Charlton Athletic Fans: Hundreds of Ways to Ditch Your Debt, Manage Your Money and Fix Your Finances is a groundbreaking resource filled with hundreds of strategies that will totally transform your life. The Best Ever Guide to Getting Out of Debt for Charlton Athletic Fans is filled with so many tips that even if you only implement a few of the ideas suggested, you’ll still be able to repay your...

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Chinese Rural Development

This text examines the Pacific War, the Korean War and the Vietnam War, from the perspective of those who fought the wars and lived through them. The relationship between history and memory informs the book, and each war is relocated in the historical and cultural experiences of Asian countries.

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Global Tourist Behavior

Global Tourist Behavior contains travel and marketing research that explores the integral global nature of tourism. The globalization of tourism has resulted in more culturally diverse travelers with different preferences, motivations, expectations, and needs, while at the same time worldwide movements toward democracy have made some locations more accessible than ever before. New diversity in global tourist behavior and the reciprocal...

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The Path of a Christian Witch

A unique mix of memoir and how-to that includes practical daily Pagan rituals, this inspiring book shows how one woman blended Christian traditions with the magic and beauty of a Wiccan practice.Raised in the Catholic faith, yet strongly drawn to Paganism, Adelina St. Clair spent many years questioning and soul-searching before she found a way to blend aspects of Wicca and Christianity into a vibrant and loving belief system. Filled with...

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The Sending

Find the Garden of Eden or your family dies... Mark practices a little-known form of ESP called remote viewing. He's able to leave his body behind and travel to any time or place inthe world. His bosses want Mark to find the real-world location of where theGarden of Eden used to be-or may still be. Mark is not a Christian and has little more than curiosity aboutfinding the Garden, but his wife is a believer who is wanting him tolet go of what...

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Fiziologia Poeziei

He made his literary debut in the Tribuna literary magazine.For much of his career, Stănescu was a contributor to and editor of Gazeta Literară, România Literară and Luceafărul.His editorial debut was the poetry book Sensul iubirii ("The Aim of Love"), which appeared under the Luceafărul selection, in 1960. The last volume of poetry published in his lifetime was...

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The Meagre Harvest

Gisela Kaplan traces the story of post-war Australian feminism, highlighting the ambivalence about/to lesbian, migrant and Aboriginal women. From a feminist perspective, she assesses the achievements of the women's movement, arguing that despite appearances, for many women it has been a meager harvest. Meagre Harvest is a provocative account of the promises and mistakes of the 1970s and 1980s and the current status of women in...

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The River Between (Serenade Saga, #17)

The river brought a handsome stranger to her. Would the river also take him away?From her Alabama mansion on the banks of the Chattahoochee River, Lily watches the steamboats pass and dreams of falling in love with the perfect man, giving him her whole mind and spirit. But when the river gives her an irresistible steamboat captain, Lily is torn between him and her pledge to marry the wealthy man her parents have chosen for her. Torn by...

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Case of the Deadly Kiss

He followed her for a block . . . swiftly and silently. As she neared the park, he smiled tightly and began to close in.When she reached the park, she began to run across the frozen ground. Her head was down and her arms were hugging the coat around her.She must be cold. Well, she’d warm up when hell opened its doors for her! He ran after her.Then he was upon her. Before a cry could reach her lips, he had grasped her...

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Testing the Water

Tate Liverpool has established a reputation for its approach to youth audience development through Young Tate, a program for young people aged between 14 and 25. This collection of essays, which responds to a growing demand for information about relationships between galleries and their young audiences outside formal education, reflects on Tate Liverpool’s role in creating a workable strategy for sustainable youth programming. Issues addressed...

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The Middle Ages

In this single indispensable volume, one of America’s ranking scholars combines a life’s work of research and teaching with the art of lively narration. Both authoriatative and beautifully told, THE MIDDLE AGES is the full story of the thousand years between the fall of Rome and the Renaissance — a time that saw the rise of kings and emperors, the flowering of knighthood, the development of Europe, the increasing power of the Church, and the...

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The World in a Frame

Now a classic, The World in a Frame covers the history of popular American films from the 1930s to the 1970s. Leo Braudy, one of America's leading film critics, gives an account of the histories of visual style and film genres, as ell as techniques of characterization—all in an evolving cultural context. This twenty-fifth anniversary edition includes a new preface addressing developments in film since 1976.

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The Rules in Rome

With Hitler’s forces firmly entrenched in Europe, countless heroes seek to end the madman’s reign. Bastien Ley is one of the best. Working in Italy for the Office of Strategic Services, he’s been tasked with sabotaging German convoys. When his team kills an officer headed for Rome, the man’s similarity to Bastien is undeniable, and seeing an opportunity to turn the tide of the war, Bastien makes a bold decision: he will assume the dead officer’s...

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Analysis of Service of Heirs, Transference of Lands, Burgage Tenure, Heritable Securities, and Crown Charters Acts, 1847

This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment to protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature. Kessinger Publishing is the place to find hundreds of thousands of rare and...

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Itha Ividevare |ഇതാ ഇവിടെ വരെ

(Malayalam: പി. പത്മരാജന്‍; 23 May 1946 – 24 January 1991) was an Indian author, screenwriter, and film director who was known for his landmark works in Malayalam literature and Malayalam cinema. Padmarajan was the founder of a new school of film making in Malayalam, along with Bharathan, in the 1980s, which created films that were widely received while also being...

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Deadly Deception

In the seemingly peaceful Central American country of Panama, an international terrorist organization is plotting to destroy America. Two Americans on holiday, a beautiful woman working as a biological researcher in Maryland, and a former combat pilot and businessman from Texas, become ensnared in their diabolical scheme. Gunfire, bombs, and jungle predators aren’t the only trials they will face. Will Barnes find her in time? Will he then be...

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Operation Sea Lion

In the summer of 1940, the Nazi war machine was at its zenith. France, Denmark, Norway and the Low Countries were all under occupation. Only Britain stood in the way of the complete triumph, and Hitler planned a two-pronged offensive—a blistering aerial bombardment followed by a land invasion—to subdue his final enemy. But for the first time in the war, Hitler did not prevail. As Leo McKinstry details in this fascinating new history, the...

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.... at last!

(That 'date of death' category threw me. What if you don't know yet?)I am a writer, editor and publisher. I have written ten books, the most acclaimed of which are 'The Dance of the Pheasodile', 'Missio' and 'Girl on a Bar Stool'. The least acclaimed is 'Fishing, for Christians' (I still like it), and then there is one in-between 'The Blue Food Revolution' which is me in flat out magical realist mode and which is met with either absolute...

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Western Circus

PMulligan's Western circus-his troop, lion and elephant-arrive in town under the escort of Lucky Luke. Zilch, a rich businessman and organizer of the annual grand rodeo, thinks the circus is going to compete with his business and tries everything to keep it from putting on a show. He even engages killer-for-hire Rattlesnake Joe, but in the end his attempts will provide unexpected publicity for the circus. On with the show!

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The Jupiter Myth (Marcus Didius Falco, #14)

Although not the first book in the series, this is the first one that I read.My mom and dad gave it to me for Christmas because it takes place in London (or Londinium as Falco would say!) and I had just worked there the summer of 2001.After reading this book, I was on a quest to read all the others.Written in a straight-forward style (as all the books in the series are), this book captures humor, romance, and mystery in a historical...

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Live and Learn and Pass It On, Volume II

Date of Birth: 1940H. Jackson Brown, Jr. is an American author best-known for his book Life's Little Instruction Book which was a New York Times bestseller. Before becoming famous as a writer, Brown acted as a creative director of an advertising agency in Nashville, Tennessee. It was simple words of wisdom gathered from other people and his own experiences that made him a best-selling author.Brown first published A Father's Book...

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A Conversation with Karon Thackston

Look into the Minds of Successful Online Business Owners. Nicole Dean recorded an online radio series, where she interviewed some of her most successful internet marketing friends who have created a number of ways to make considerable incomes online. This ebook is the transcribed interview from that conversation. These marketers share some of the more intimate details of their paths to progress, and explain the ways they use some of...

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Songs of Experience

One of Blake's most inspired creations, "The Tyger" mingles the lyric and mystical in an exquisite union. Now you can experience the beauty of this and other poems the way Blake intended them — with his own hand-colored illustrations giving them visual form.This facsimile edition of one of Blake's celebrated "Illuminated Books" reproduces a collection of calligraphed poems, each enclosed in a masterful full-color illustration. Twenty-six...

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Roosevelt's Navy

This is the story of a very different Franklin Delano Roosevelt from the one usually found in the history books. This is a much younger, untested FDR, a physically active, pre-polio FDR, as seen during his early years in Washington, learning the complexities of gaining and exercising power as Woodrow Wilson’s ambitious Assistant Secretary of the Navy. He arrives in Washington as a somewhat shallow, inexperienced political neophyte possessed of...

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Green Woods and Crystal Waters

Green Woods and Crystal Waters examines American landscape painting in the second half of the 20th century through the works of 89 artists. Keeping the city at a safe distance, it focuses on the pastoral views and dramatic wilderness that have provided such a powerful American subject for over two centuries. Formally and expressively diverse, the works range from the objective depiction of the physical appearance of nature to the romantic or...

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The Monster Returns

Jeremy thought he’d seen the last of his monster when he sent him away with a one-way bus ticket. But suddenly there’s a knock on the door . . . and the monster has returned!Jeremy tries to decide what to do. Is it possible that the monster is in need of a friend?Peter McCarty brings his popular monster back in style, with a sequel that will have kids drawing their own little monsters in no time.

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The Mindful Way through Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a time of wonder and of momentous change, both emotionally and physically. For many women, it is a time like no other in their lives, filled with excitement and awe but also with great uncertainty and vulnerability. This book-and-audio program brings together writings and simple daily practices for bringing the transformative power of mindfulness to this special time. The Mindful Way through Pregnancy...

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Studies of Field Systems in the British Isles

An enormous amount of research into British field systems has been undertaken by historical geographers, economic historians and others since H. L. Gray's classic work on English Field Systems was published. Detailed local studies have been legion, generalized explanations of the origins and functioning of field systems few but influential in promoting further studies. This book both synthesises and advances our knowledge of field systems in the...

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Eager's Nephew

It is the future.Twenty years have passed since Eager’s first adventures with the Bell family. Scientists are now banned from building robots that can think for themselves and feel emotion, like Eager. He and other robots have spent years in hiding. But Eager secretly visits the Bell family, and his headstrong nephew, a most unusual new robot named Jonquil, stows away on the visit. They arrive at the Bells just in time—for mysterious and...

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Modeling and Control of Logical Discrete Event Systems

The field of discrete event systems has emerged to provide a formal treatment of many of the man-made systems such as manufacturing systems, communica tion networks. automated traffic systems, database management systems, and computer systems that are event-driven, highly complex, and not amenable to the classical treatments based on differential or difference equations. Discrete event systems is a growing field that utilizes many interesting...

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Macroprudential Regulatory Policies

This book is a collection of papers presented in the conference held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in September 2010, that examines the role of macroprudential regulation in the financial industry. Shocked by the experience of the last few years, many argue that the more traditional microprudential regulatory tools are inadequate to create a safe and stable financial system. The microprudential paradigm relies on the presumption that...

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Rethinking the Baroque

Retrieving the term 'baroque' from the margins of art history, where it has been sidelined as 'anachronistic', scholars from a range of disciplines reconsider the usefulness of the term 'baroque', while avoiding simply rehearsing familiar policing of periodization, stylistic boundaries, categories or essence. They demonstrate that it is a productive means to engage with visual culture, particularly architectural history and theory. The book...

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It's a Bear's Life

Oscar and Parker live together much like any other boy and bear, until one day Oscar's rowdy games get too much for Parker and he sets off alone for a break at the Bear Hotel. But as he chats to the other bears Parker begins to realise that his life isn't so bad after all, and he misses his friend. If only he could get back home to OscarAll the warmth and reassurance of a classic story, with a light, humorous touch to appeal to a modern...

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Masters of Cinema

Federico Fellini (Italy, 1920–1993) is a major figure in the history of cinema, who created his own highly personal and baroque cinematic language. He had his first major success in 1954 with La Strada, in which his wife and favourite actress Giulietta Masina plays the unforgettable Gelsomina, an innocent clown who falls prey to the violence of the post-war period. With La Dolce Vita of 1960, Fellini turned his attention to modern life and the...

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Dangerous Voices

In ancient Greece, from the 6th century onwards legislation was introduced in Athens and a number of the more advanced city-states which was specifically aimed at the restriction of mourning of the dead, particularly women's laments. This book investigates the threat which such mourning posed to the society and the way in which the state attempted to subdue and subvert laments.

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Undercover Christmas

She Claimed Her Baby Was HisYet Chase Calloway swore he'd never met the mysterious pregnant woman who appeared at his family's ranch. True, an accident had blocked parts of his memory, but he wouldn't have forgotten the desire that flared between them....Marni McCumber deceived so that she might learn the truth. She hadn't counted on the pre-Christmas snows stranding her with Chase's secretive family—or the dangerous...

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Outpouring Yolanda Relief Anthology

On November 7, 2013, Typhoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan), the strongest storm ever recorded to make landfall, hit the Visayas region of the Philippines, devastating the provinces of Samar and Leyte. The storm claimed over 6,000 lives and leveled entire towns and cities. A few days after the storm, writer Dean Francis Alfar issued a call asking other writers to contribute stories for an anthology, the proceeds of which will go to the...

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Sálvame (Ángel Prohibido #2)

Ten cuidado con lo que deseas, podría convertirse en realidad. Destrozada por el desamor Marta había decidido no volver a enamorarse jamás, el amor y sus inconvenientes los dejó encerrados para siempre en la puerta de atrás de su corazón, pero al conocer al hombre perfecto, ideal en todos los aspectos, era inevitable romper su propia promesa.El día de su cumpleaños, acorralada por el tiempo...

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French Twist (Delta Justice #10)

Out of Sight, Out of Mind?Ten years ago, Madeline Belanger made the painful decision to leave Bayou Beltane and start a new life. But now, somebody was threatening her family. And Madeline had come back to find out who. If only she could avoid Justin, her ex-husband, her first love, the man she couldn't seem to forget...Newly appointed judge Justin Delacroix had finally gained the success he'd so determinedly worked...

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Jane's Fighting Ships 1905-6

Jane's Fighting Ships 1905-6.Fascinating reference book. With Photos, Details & Articles relating to the Russian/Japanese War of 1904 and the Battle of Tushima. Fascinating feature on Warship Engineering, specifically the differing types of boilers.

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Los hermanos

En una tierra repleta de magia, Godier, el tuerto de rojos cabellos, un entrenador de pterodáctilos, descubre que al menos uno de sus desaparecidos hermanos podría estar con vida. Así, se lanza en su búsqueda, enfrentando muchos peligros en el camino. La serie está repleta de acción, aventura, monstruos y demás seres extraños

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The Ernst & Young Tax Saver's Guide 2000

Tips and strategies on how to use the new tax law to lower your taxesThe Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 will affect all taxpayers—today and over the next decade. Do you know how you’re going to benefit from the new tax legislation?When you need up-to-the-minute answers to your tax-planning questions, turn to the most reliable and authoritative source: Ernst & Young. From the authors who’ve brought you The...

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Effective Practices for Academic Leaders

Executive SummaryThis briefing is designed primarily for department chairs, but it will also be useful to all academic administrators. It offers suggestions by which chairs can build the research profiles of their departments. This briefing is developed around a series of concepts reported from a study of researchactive departments (Bland, Weber-Main, Lund, & Finstad, 2005), which include developing clear goals, encouraging participative...

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Humor for the Heart

Also available is the signature book in this series, Humor for the Heart, and Humor for a Woman's Heart. These books are filled with fun writings by authors such as Max Lucado, Barbara Johnson, Chonda Pierce, Mark Lowry, and Marilyn Meberg. As you read, you'll find cheerful inspiration and unique insights into the human drama of life. These books are sure to lift you above the mundane and give your heart a healthy dose of optimism and hope.

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Here's Johnny!

"Here's Johnny" is like sitting with Ed and Johnny over lunch:"The last time I saw Johnny, about a year before he died, we had chicken, a couple of glasses of red wine, and then we just sat there and reminisced, going back and forth the way we did on the show. We talked about our kids, and our careers and the state of America, just two lucky guys who loved each other and the good luck of our careers."Ed McMahon is the only person...

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Indian Economy Since Independence

Revised annually, this collection of articles by India's topmost economists and experts contains original readings, notes, and excerpts from plan documents, presenting a comprehensive and critical analysis of Indian economy since independence (1947–2006).

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John James Audubon's Journal of 1826

John James Audubon, an early American naturalist and painter, produced one of the greatest works of natural history and art of the nineteenth century, The Birds of America. As the record of the interior story of the making of this monumental work, his journal of 1826 is one of the richest documents in the history of American culture. The first accurate transcription of Audubon’s 1826 journal, this edition corrects many of the...

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The Reveries of the Solitary Walker, Botanical Writings, and Letter to Franquieres

"I am now alone on earth, no longer having any brother, neighbor, friend, or society other than myself" proclaimed Rousseau in Reveries of the Solitary Walker. Reveries, along with Botanical Writings and Letter to Franquieres, were all written at the end of his life, a period when Rousseau renounced his occupation as author and ceased publishing his works. Presenting himself as an unwilling societal outcast, he nonetheless crafted each with a...

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Dragon Ours (North American Dragon, #2)

[Ménage Amour ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Ménage a Quatre Romance, M/M/M/M, shape-shifters, sex toys]Sheriff Todd Zelner thought it best to use his dragon abilities, rather than his badge, to break up a sex slave ring. But Todd, Gabriel and six of their dragon friends aren't prepared for what they find when they raid the facility. With more survivors than anticipated, each dragon decides to take several home to care...

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The Maiden At Midnight (Midnight Masquerade, #2)

Isabella Hathaway has had the most awful year; her father committed suicide after gaming away the family fortune, her brother has been lost in the ongoing skirmishes with Bonaparte and her fiance jilted her. Little wonder her spirit is bruised. To provide for her two sisters, she must find a suitable husband, no easy thing when she has been living under a cloud of scandal.When Isabella is kidnapped from a masquerade ball, she...

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Discovery of Lost Worlds

For the Tax historian, see Joseph J. ThorndikeJoseph Jacobs Thorndike (July 29, 1913 – November 22, 2005) was an American editor and writer. He was Managing Editor of Life for three years in the late 1940s, and a co-founder of American Heritage and Horizon magazines.Thorndike was born and raised in Peabody, Massachusetts, a small town north of Boston. His father was a stockbroker, his mother a teacher....

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Doll, Volume 5

These haunting tales of human-like androids, called Dolls, range from romantic to tragic, from comic to ironic, and everything in between. In these stories, dolls have an uncanny way of working themselves into the lives of their masters: A woman develops an unusual closeness to doll that will affect her human family from beyond the grave...A man wants to make his doll into the perfect human lover, but discovers that humans are not perfect...A...

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My New Baby Sitter

Explores real-life caregiving situations with reassurance and insight in a story for children and a Note to Parents offers essential advice about how to choose a caregiver.

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Christmas at the Crescent

Behind the gorgeous Georgian sweep of Pelham Crescent, Bath, everyone's getting ready for Christmas...At Number 14, Josie Ballard is up to her ears in brandy, raisins and cherries as she battles to make forty Christmas puddings to sell at Bath Christmas Market. Ever since Giles walked out the day their baby was born, Josie has had to work twice as hard to make ends meet. Sacrificing a career as a chef, her famous steamed puddings keep...

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The Reading Group

The Reading Group follows the trials and tribulations of a group of women who meet regularly to read and discuss books.Over the course of a year, each of these women become intertwined, both in the books they read and within each other's lives.Inspired by a shared desire for conversation, a good book and a glass of wine-Clare, Harriet, Nicole, Polly, and Susan undergo startling revelations and transformations despite their...

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The Essential Chihuahua

The "Essential Guides" have all the facts that the new or experienced pet owner needs for a successful relationship with his or her pet. Packed with interesting sidebars, the books discuss the special characteristics of the pet; bringing your new pet home; the optimal way to feed your pet; and how to properly groom your pet. Also included are comprehensive chapters on health care and how to train your pet like an expert. The many vibrant and...

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Gene Simmons' the Art of War

From genesimmons.comGene Simmons was born in Haifa, Israel in 1949, and is the only child of his mother, a German Nazi Concentration Camp survivor. He has always attributed his ethics, morals and drive to his mother's notion's about life. "Every day above ground, is a good day," his mother is apt to say.He came to America at eight and a half years of age. He graduated State University (NYSU) and City University (CUNY) and got a...

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How Good A General Was George Washington?

A general’s ability to inspire his soldiers is not to be discounted, and George Washington unquestionably had that gift. But in the final analysis, the great military men and women of history are rated on their ability to conceive a winning strategy and devise tactics to execute it. Does Washington, the man the British called “a little paltry colonel of militia” in 1776, belong in this select group? New York Times bestselling author Thomas...

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La Navidad en las montañas

This book is available in an English translation, or rather several as "Christmas in the Mountains."It was selected by Mario Vargas Llosa as a 'forgotten classic.' I read it before I read that comment so I guess I didn't forget it, but I did discover it.It has a simple premise, that of a revolutionary soldier in 19th Century Mexico, asking his commander for permission to visit a poor village after he meets a priest who is the 'mayor' of...

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Holiday Hat Trick

Mitchell “Q” Quincey, a journeyman playing for the Portland Storm, has three goals for his three-day Christmas break.1. Move the rest of his gym equipment out of his ex-wife Mia’s house.2. Get his lawyer to file a petition for joint custody.3. Spend every last minute he can with his baby girl.When he arrives on Mia’s doorstep, things don’t go as planned. With her whole family gathered for the holiday, the only way he can...

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Frequency

Ivorypress Art + Books organize the first major solo exhibition of Rovner in Spain, a collaboration between the PaceWildenstein Gallery in New York and Ivorypress. The Israeli artist defines her work as follows: My work is not about a political situation, but a human situation. In order to formulate these questions regarding the human condition Rovner uses a great variety of artistic expressions: video production, photography, painting,...

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Saving Levi

Lisa and John Bentley went to China to build an orphanage in a village near Beijing. Soon after their arrival, a 6-week-old baby boy, with burns on over 70% of his body, was found in a field and brought to them. This is just the beginning of Levi's story. "Saving Levi" brings together the stories of believers and non-believers alike whom God used to save the life of this little boy and help him heal. Levi's story has already united people around...

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More Than Friends

She just broke the Best Friends’ Code of Honour!What do you do when your best friend’s fella dumps her? You get drunk, catch a cab to his place, offer to bop him on the nose, then... sleep with him?Lily Harper should have taken her secret attraction to Justin Knight into consideration before rushing to his swanky apartment. Now she’s caught in a dilemma. Lose her best friend, or the out-of-this-world sexy guy who could be...

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Blood Spirit (Sons of Navarus, #3)

The Sons of Navarus series continues...I am everything you seek. I am vampire. Blessed with the gift of telepathy, Terek always knows what a woman wants. His gift has afforded him nightly sensual pleasures and exotic treats for centuries, but beneath the surface he yearns for much more. Ilona can give him what his soul craves, but only if he trusts his heart. One fateful choice made out of desire puts all he cares for in...

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The Frugal Gourmet Keeps the Feast

It may come as a surprise that Jeff Smith, best known to millions of TV viewers as The Frug, is an ordained Methodist minister. In his new book, Jeff shares his passion for the symbolism of the foods from biblical times--the original Mediterranean diet. In more than 100 inspired recipes, he shows new ways to cook with ingredients mentioned in the Bible. 12-page color insert. 75 illustrations.

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A Dictionary of Scottish Quotations

A picture of Scottish culture and society through the words of its poets, novelists, dramatists, critics, historians, and men and women of letters who have written in English, Scots or Gaelic. The dictionary contains 4000 entries, extensive cross-references and information on sources.

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Little Miracles

When Julia Fearon, her boyfriend Charlie and their son Haydn, go to Malaga to meet Charlie’s family, Julia is thrilled at the prospect. Her optimism is short-lived when it turns out Charlie’s family are incredibly religious and they’re pressurising Julia about her upcoming wedding to Charlie.Trouble is, Julia has a secret that could ruin her future. Then tragedy strikes: after an argument with Charlie’s abuela, Julia decides to take Haydn to the...

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Excuse It, Please!

Cornelia Otis Skinnerwas an American author and actress.Skinner was the daughter of the actor Otis Skinner and his wife Maud (Durbin) Skinner. After attending the all-girls' Ethel Walker School, and Bryn Mawr College (1918-1919) and studying theatre at the Sorbonne in Paris, she began her career on the stage in 1921. She appeared in several plays before embarking on a tour of the United States from 1926 to 1929 in a one-woman performance of...

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Return to Grace (Home Valley, #2)

In the shadows of a graveyard, a SHOT rings out…Hannah Esh fled the Home Valley Amish community with a broken heart, throwing herself into her worldly dreams of a singing career instead. But as much as she tries to run from her past, something keeps pulling her back. On a whim, she brings four worldly friends to the Amish graveyard near her family's home for a midnight party on Halloween. But when shots are...

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The Cardinal of the Kremlin (Jack Ryan, #4)

Two men possess vital data on Russia's Star Wars missile defense system. One of them is CARDINAL --- America's highest agent in the Kremlin --- and he's about to be terminated by the KGB. The other is the one American who can save CARDINAL and lead the world to the brink of peace ... or war. Here is author Tom Clancy's heart-stopping masterpiece. A riveting novel of the most important issue of our time.

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Blood Debts (The Blood Series, #3)

Some things a woman can never prepare for. Like being locked inside her own home with a maniac who insists that she inject him with a highly unstable virus and help him liberate a planet. Oh, but Amelia’s not a hostage, she’s an employee. Bad enough he’s so eager to die, but he keeps asking for far more than her doctor-patient responsibilities. And the longer Amelia spends with him, the more reasonable it all seems. The trouble comes when reason...

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Where Animals Live (Kingfisher Readers Level 2)

From wasp’s nests to webs, mole holes, termite mounds, and much more, this book examines the many habitats and strategies animals use when making their homes. Familiar animals like foxes and swallows are joined by more exotic species like chimpanzees, polar bears, and penguins. Challenging vocabulary is highlighted throughout—burrow, den, migration—and the art and text weave together seamlessly to help readers put the words in context and...

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Writing

Writing provides an introduction to both traditional and more recent approaches to the teaching of this skill, and shows how current teaching materials put these approaches into practice. The reader is encouraged to think about the reasons for teaching writing, and to see how many different types of writing - factual or creative, public or personal, business or academic - can be brought into the language classroom.

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Discovering the Lead Codices

In March 2011, The Sunday Times ran an article on the discovery of a mysterious cache of palm-sized, ring-bound books made of lead. These lead codices, as they have become known, contain mysterious symbols and inscriptions. One tablet in particular features a portrait of Jesus and has preserved the seven seals that would have bound it together along its left-hand side. David and Jennifer Elkington photographed the books, brought...

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Process Theology

"Process Theology" is an introductory exposition of the theological movement that has been strongly influenced by the philosophies of Alfred North Whitehead and Charles Hartshorne. It offers an interpretation of the basic concepts of process philosophy and outlines a "process theology" that will be especially useful for students of theology, teachers of courses in contemporary philosophy, ministers, and those interested in current theological...

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Cicely Saunders

Cicely Saunders is universally acclaimed as a pioneer of modern hospice care. Trained initially in nursing and social work, she qualified in medicine in 1958 and subsequently dedicated the whole of her professional life to improving the care of the dying and bereaved people. Founding St. Christopher's Hospice in London in 1967, she encouraged a radical new approach to end of life care combining attention to physical, social, emotional and...

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Operation Foxley

What if Adolf Hitler had been assassinated in the summer of 1944? The bomb plot of July 20th almost succeeded. But there was another plan by the British to kill the Fuhrer that has remained secret until now. This book reproduces the feasibility study produced by Section X (German) of the British Special Operations Executive. It includes a historical introduction which places the file in context & explains why it never happened. It also...

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Hunting Season

Now available as an eBook, Hunting Season tells the story of Christian Villiers, the Marquis of Grayston, who returns to England determined to ruin the man responsible for his beloved sister's suicide. Seducing the cad's intended, Lady Elise Middleton, would be a bonus. But during an elaborate house party, Christian realizes he has met his match in the Þery and passionate Elise...and soon he must decide whether a moment of...

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Tree Hugger

Gone . . . her kith and companions, all gone. Their passing was not unexpected. They had known the damage done to this world by the Others was irreversible. Still, this past winter had taken most of them unawares, killed them while they stood, dormant and helpless, the precious, life-giving light from the two suns blocked by clouds and particulates. Only she, Pagan the youngling, had survived, and that barely. As the winter faded into...

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The Strong Silent Type (Cavanaugh Justice, #5) (Cavanaugh Justice, #5) (Silhouette Special Edition #1613)

Until Jack Hawkins, Teri Cavanaugh had never encountered a case she couldn't crack or a cop whose life wasn't an open book after day one as her partner. Male detectives wanted to be "Hawk." Women flat-out wanted him. Teri simply wanted to know the man behind the badge, because her sixth sense smelled a story. Hawk resisted, but a good cop knew the value of patience....Of course, a good cop also knew not to kiss one's partner. Or to...

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Building a 6 Figure Sales Career

Do you know a person who just seems to “have it all” when it comes to closing sales deals? What is it about that person that makes them wealthy? In this program, best-selling author Chris Widener outlines the tools to gain trust, build respect, develop admiration and create loyalty with everyone you meet. Chris has used these skills to build a successful speaking career, which has led to him sharing the stage with US Presidents, NFL...

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Çarşı Geliyooor!

Tribünün Asi Çocuklarından Türkiye'yi Sarsan Haziranın HikâyesiGeleceğin Türkiye'sinde ebeveynlerine "2013?te ne olmuştu" diye soran bir çocuğun alacağı ilk cevaplardan biri "Gezi" olacaksa eğer, "Orada kimler vardı" sorusunun yanıtında da çArşı grubunun özel bir yeri olacak.Bu kitapla, bir yandan milyonların...

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Polar Bear Night

A polar bear cub . . . A nighttime journey . . . A bedtime story of love and wonder.One keen, clear night, a polar bear cub wakes inside her warm den. Something in the moonlit stillness quietly beckons. What is it?The little cub sets out for the snow and sky and sea and ice, and the moon follows.So begins a magical journey through a starlit world filled with love and wonder. Soothing words and luminous pictures make...

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The Best of Tobymac

(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook). 14 great Christian hits from throughout tobyMac's fruitful career, from his start in 2001 through his most recent Billboard #1 album Eye on It, released in 2012. Songs: Burn for You * Catchafire (Whoopsi-Daisy) * City on Our Knees * Get Back Up * Gone * Hold On * I'm for You * Lose My Soul * Made to Love * Me Without You * New World * Slam * Somebody's Watching * Steal My Show.

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