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Soy Sauce Face

Sometimes the best kept secret is the one you keep from yourself…“I’m an ordinary man with an ordinary life in every way. Except for Jun. That’s what I think to myself every night when I watch Jun getting ready for his work as a bar host in Kabukicho. He’s everything I’m not. He’s the beautiful, graceful, sociable and ambitious counterpart to me—a hulking, reclusive, completely unambitious guy who’d rather fix car and motorcycle engines...

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Voices

Alex knows he's there, she senses him, and he doesn't frighten her, as so many have in the past. It's something new to be aware of someone without opening her mind to the invasion of others' thoughts. To hear their most private secrets, feel their most horrific pains, but this man is different. Matthew brings with him an unexpected, all-encompassing love, and the one thing she's craved her entire life--blessed silence. But will an insane doctor,...

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The Land and People of Poland

Eric P. Kelly, a student of Slavic culture for most of his life, wrote The Trumpeter of Krakow while teaching and studying at the University of Krakow.During five years spent in Poland he traveled with an American relief unit among the Poles who were driven out of the Ukraine in 1920, directed a supply train at the time of the war with the Soviets, and studied and visited many places in the country he came to love so well.A...

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I'm Over All That

“IN THIS THIRD ACT OF MY LIFE, MUCH HAS BECOME CLEARER. SO MUCH IS OVER, AND I AM OVER SO MUCH . . .” At a certain time in life, we all come to realize what is truly important to us and what just doesn’t matter. For Shirley MacLaine, that time is now. In this wise, witty, and fearless collection of small observations and big-picture questions, she shares with readers all those things that she is over dealing with in life, in love, at home, and...

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Alex + Ada #14

JONATHAN LUNA co-created and illustrated THE SWORD, GIRLS, and ULTRA (all Image Comics) with his brother, Joshua Luna. He co-created and illustrated ALEX + ADA with Sarah Vaughn. He wrote and illustrated STAR BRIGHT AND THE LOOKING GLASS (Image Comics). His work also includes the art for SPIDER-WOMAN: ORIGIN (Marvel Comics), written by Brian Michael Bendis and Brian Reed.Jonathan was born in California and spent most of his childhood...

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A Clever Dog

This is a fun book about a very "clever dog" who lives in Hawaii and hopes to learn how to drive so he can explore the islands while his people are away.Despite the fantastic story, the only problem I have is that it shows him going skiing.But he lives on Oahu and the only skiing in Hawaii is on the Big Island of Hawaii, not Oahu.Details, details... but since we live here, we noticed the error.I love that it highlights the Hawaii State Library...

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The Intimates

This book was mentioned by a bookclub friend whose recommendations I eagerly receive. I enjoyed it and would have liked to have given it 3.5 stars. Wavering between 3 and 4, I decided to drop my rating as I felt the story line which started off so promisingly was underdeveloped and left me feeling disappointed. The premise of 8 friends getting together at a huge country house with alcohol and disturbing secrets swirling in equal measure was a...

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The Difference a Day Makes

I have recently read a number of Carole Mathew's books which I have thoroughly enjoyed. The latest one I have found is The Difference a Day Makes. ***PLOT*** We meet hardworking business couple Amy and William. They have a very busy life working in T.V and have the perfect nanny who looks after their children. Life couldn't be any better for this city couple until one day on the way to work together Will collapses on the...

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Media Promotion & Marketing for Broadcasting, Cable & the Internet

This fifth edition of the successful Promotion and Marketing for Broadcasting, Cable, and the Web, 4ed takes an important, timely look at the newest media venue, the Internet. Under its new title, Media Promotion and Marketing for Broadcast, Cable and the Internet, 5ed it takes a fresh look at the industry and the latest strategies for media promotion and marketing.The book explores the scope and goals of media production from the perspectives...

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Mousetraps

Back in grade school, Maxie and Rick were best friends. Rick would design crazy inventions, and Maxie, the artistic one, would draw them. Then something terrible happened to Rick, and he vanished from her school and her life. Years later, he shows up at Maxie's high school. In some ways he's the same person she once knew. But in other ways - frightening ones - he's very, very different . . .

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Levinas Unhinged

Through six heterodox essays this book extracts a materialist account of subjectivity and aesthetics from the philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas. More than a work of academic commentary that would leave many of Levinas s pious commentators aghast, Sparrow exhibits an aspect of Levinas which is darker, yet no less fundamental, than his ethical and theological guises. This darkened Levinas provides answers to problems in aesthetics, speculative...

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Women's Global Health

For many women around the globe, health has become the central intersection of the personal and the political; women's bodies are the arena for policy debates about population, poverty, reproduction, and morality.Women's Global Health: Norms and State Policies is a comprehensive assessment of health for women around the globe that will inform debates underway in a wide range of disciplines. These fields include public health, most obviously, but...

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Arbitration 2001

Arbitration 2001: Arbitrating in an Evolving Legal EnvironmentArbitrators have a responsibility to protect the fairness and integrity of the process they have shaped over the years, John Kagel, 2001-2002 President, National Academy of Arbitrators (NAA), advises Academy members in Arbitration 2001: Arbitrating in an Evolving Legal Environment, published by BNA Books. In this collection of presentations from the NAA's 54th Annual Meeting, held in...

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Up All Night

When Timmy decides that he wants to stay up all night Cosmo and Wanda grant his wish to do away with bedtime altogether. Unfortunately, his parents go to an all-night card game, leaving him with his evil baby-sitter, Vicky!

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Rembrandt's Faith

Covering all the media Rembrandt worked in throughout his career, Rembrandt's Faith is the only art-historical study to address the full breadth of the artist's religious imagery. Rembrandt weighed in on important religious issues of his day and was a close student of the Bible, using traditional approaches based on Saint Paul to employ typology between the Old and New Testaments. He also shared the Dutch propensity to draw analogies between the...

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Crimzon and Clover V - Killer of Giants

As with all the Crimzon and Clover tales, this is a short story of about 25 standard book pages.In this episode, Crimzon and Clover have settled in the mountains of Kar, where King Amothy rules the men, and tribes of savage Karsithian giants roam the peaks. To enlarge their hoard our beloved dragon and his rider have started taking sacks of kingdom jewels for odd jobs here and there. Jobs such as searching out lost trade ships and...

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Interpreting China's Grand Strategy

China's continuing rapid economic growth and expanding involvement in global affairs pose major implications for the power structure of the international system. To more accurately and fully assess the significance of China's emergence for the United States and the global community, it is necessary to gain a more complete understanding of Chinese security thought and behavior. This study addresses such questions as: What are China's most...

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The Ecology of Rocky Coasts

For over a decade no comprehensive treatment of modern rocky coast ecology world-wide has been available ­ until now. With this volume a new and critical evaluation of that expanding, vital field is presented to provide a reference base for future work. Each chapter is written by an international authority, forming all together a thorough description of established knowledge and current research. Advances in littoral and sublittoral ecology...

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A Woman's Power

For any woman who’s ever felt like she’s hanging on by a single thread, this inspiring book reveals the truth: you’re surrounded by threads of strength and power that can bring you safety, peace, and lasting happiness. All you have to do is grab hold of them. Uplifting and empowering, this book offers women everywhere a message of hope.

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How to Read a Poem

Mr. Raffel, thank you for writing this book.This book is sorely needed in today's culture. I wish more people would read it. Sadly, poetry doesn't make money because people do not read it or appreciate it like they used to. And people do not appreciate it because it does not make money.These are indeed dark times for poets, and many with the potential for greatness simply do not live out their vocation, being drawn...

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A Blush With Death (A Bath and Body Mystery, #2)

There's only one #1... There's a new makeover maven in town, and she spells big trouble for everyone at Venus Envy. Bebe Wilcox has just unveiled her own boutique, and she won't stop until her shop has put everyone else out of business. Nothing is out of bounds, from stealing fragrance recipes to computer hacking and sabotaging supplies. But when one of Bebe's pushy saleswomen ends up dead, the stakes become much more dangerous....

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Merlijn

Bij zijn geboorte is Merlijn al heel bijzonder, want hij weet alles en beschikt over magische krachten. Bovendien heeft hij een heel speciale opdracht: Merlijn wil een rijk van vrede stichten. Maar met welke koning zal hij dat in deze duistere tijden van oorlog en geweld kunnen bereiken? In ieder geval niet met de tirannieke koning Vertiger. Met een bloedstollend gevecht tussen een rode en een witte draak luidt Merlijn zijn einde in. De nieuwe...

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The People's New Testament Commentary

Prominent biblical scholars M. Eugene Boring and Fred B. Craddock present this new one-volume commentary on the New Testament. Writing from the fundamental conviction that the New Testament is the people's book. Boring and Craddock examine the theological themes and messages of Scripture that speak to the life of discipleship. Their work clarifies matters of history, culture, geography, literature, and translation, enabling people to listen more...

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Get Ready For Gabi #4

Move over Dora the Explorer. Out of the way Junie B. Gabí está aquí! A school and family-based Little Apple series with a funny, spunky Latina main character--a wonderful first for Scholastic!It's so hard to say, ¡ADIOS! Gabi LOVES that her abuelita is visiting. But she knows that sooner or later Abuelita has to go back home to Puerto Rico...unless Gabi can think up a plan to make her stay. Gabi tries teaching...

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La coscienza di Zeno e «continuazioni»

Mi ero completamente dimenticata di scrivere una recensione. È un capolavoro indiscusso e di questo, infatti, non voglio discutere; però non mi è piaciuto, l'ho trovato noioso ed inconcludente. So che parla di questo Zeno che per una terapia di psicoanalisi deve scrivere di alcuni suoi episodi, ma proprio questi episodi mi sembrano inconcludenti. Non riesco a trovare un ordine cronologico, manca il filo della narrazione; Zeno...

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Open Heart, Clear Mind

This practical introduction to Buddhism focuses on the application of Buddhist psychology to modern life. Thubten Chodron, an American Buddhist nun, presents the basic points of this path for understanding ourselves and improving the quality of our lives. In a straightforward style and with warmth and humor, Chodron gives us the fundamental points of the Buddha's teaching on transforming habitual attitudes and realizing our full human potential.

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West

After her world was turned upside down by the death of her twin and a new alliance forged through an unexpected friendship, Lucy Campbell left West determined to return to her old life. It took four years and a natural disaster for her to admit that was impossible. Hatched from a lie devised to keep them both safe, the conflict with East has affected Lucy and Tal Bauman in different ways. It's left Lucy engulfed in a bitter power struggle with...

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Fantasy Unit 269

Wearing a Fantasy Unit costume to a friend's Halloween party was meant as a practical joke poking fun at Vance Gemini, the one guy immune from every living girl's charms. But Morgan Macy looks a little too much like the "real" thing in her pink latex dress and vid mask and is forced to head home for a costume change before she even gets to the party. Seeking a quick and efficient retreat on the NYC subway, she finds herself on an empty platform...

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More Letters from a Nut 10c Floor

Ted L. Nancy is the pseudonym used by the comedian Barry Marder, author of a number of prank letters which have been published in a series of bestselling books under the titles Letters from a Nut, More Letters from a Nut, Extra Nutty!: Even More Letters from a Nut, and the new book All New Letters from a Nut.

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Digging Deeper

The Book of Mormon is full of powerful teachings, but sometimes it feels challenging to find the practical applications that give those teachings added significance. The prophet Nephi rejoiced both in preaching doctrine and also in likening the scriptures to himself. Author Robert I. Eaton blends shrewd scriptural analysis with compelling personal stories to demonstrate how we all can make sure the principles in the Book of Mormon function as...

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The Ride

Learning to ride a bicycle is a risky challenge for Olivia. She avoids this risk and even turns down ice cream, her favorite snack. What will encourage Olivia to overcome her fear and take a chance? The Ride gives children hope and understanding. Regardless of the size of the task or regardless of the person's age, gaining strength and courage from the Lord is only a prayer away. In this, her second book, Kayla Davidson creates a fun, playful...

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Lustful Intentions (Climax, Montana 5)

[Siren Menage Everlasting: Erotic Historical Consensual BDSM Cowboy Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, spanking, HEA] When Sam Elliott wakes the waif huddled in the Roadhouse doorway he's rocked onto his ass by a punch to the jaw. After living hand-to-mouth for six months, Katie Winterbourne will protect herself against any threat, including an arousing rancher twice her size. Desperate for work, she accepts a job on the Rocking E ranch before...

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Chronology of Pauls Life

Robert Jewett taught for 20 years at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, and is currently a Guest Professor of New Testament at the University of Heidelberg, Germany. He is the author of Mission and Menace: Four Centuries of American Religious Zeal, and is Theologian in Residence at St. Mark's Methodist Church in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Random Acts of Blindness

In this erotic novella, Rachel Leeds is a repressed literature professor who struggles with taboo fantasies that invade her sexual identity with razor-sharp intensity. Just as Rachel's answers begin to overpower her questions, she crosses paths with a clever young lesbian who isn't who she appears to be, and manages to turn her staid academia into a firestorm of desire, pulling at the threads of Rachel's carefully controlled existence....

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Expecting to Fly

DO YOU REMEMBER WHAT IT FELT LIKE TO BE FIFTEEN? MARTHA TOD DUDMAN DOES. It starts with a blue hash pipe in a shabby field and a hot, tight dance at the Mayflower Hotel, and rapidly accelerates against the kaleidoscopic backdrop of the Sixties. Describing a time weirdly similar to today, Expecting to Fly recalls a conservative government embroiled in an increasingly unpopular war, racial tensions,...

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Green Valley

Emily Wallace has been given a choice. Either she obeys her father'swishes and marries the elderly widower, or she will be sent to live withher aunt in Australia. Even with the tales of wild animals and convicts, Emily chooses to sail to this unknown and untamed land. She simplycannot marry the cruel and arrogant Lord.Colin Shore has never met anyone so beautiful before. The moment hefirst saw Lady Emily Wallace at the dock he fell in love with...

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Uncoupling Convention

What does it mean to be member of a gay/lesbian couple or family? The contributors to Uncoupling Convention: Psychoanalytic Approaches to Same-Sex Couples and Families address this question by drawing on two cultural movements of the twentieth century: psychoanalysis and the gay/lesbian civil rights movement. Taken together, these traditions provide a framework for understanding, and providing psychotherapeutic assistance to, gay and lesbian...

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Magnet Therapy

Magnetic energy can play a vital role in recovery from pain and other chronic problems.Learn how the use of magnets can heal, diagnose, and reverse 35 major health conditions with this self-help guide from one of the nation'¬?s leading magnet experts.MAGNET THERAPY the complete self-help guide to magnets contains: Practical information on how to buy magnets and apply them An A-to-Z of health conditions that can be improved with the use of...

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Arlosoroff

A title in the Jewish Thinkers series.Chaim Arlosoroff (1899-1933) emigrated to Palestine in the 1920s and became a leader of the Labor Zionist Party and head of the political department of the Jewish agency.He was an advocate of a socialist Jewish state, and an opponent of the right-wing Revisionist movement headed by Vladimir Jabotinsky.This book provides a biographical sketch of Arlosoroff and an outline of his ideas.

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Angel Mark (Beautiful Beings, #4)

Upcoming!"Blue Room Vol. 5", RELEASE DATE: Wednesday Jan. 7, 2015!Never miss a new release! Sign up for Kailin's email announcements and you'll automatically get notified as soon as her next book is released: www.kailingowbooks.com for romance and www.theEDGEbooks.com for YA and New Adult.Kailin Gow uses her author platform to bring awareness to issues affecting young adult and women.She has appeared on national radio as a...

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Children's Children

Maisie Mosco was born as Maisie Gottlieb. Her parents were of Latvian Jewish and Viennese Jewish descent, and bothemigrated to England around 1900. She left school at the age of 14 to help in the family business. At the age of 18 she joined the ATS and at the end of World War II was helping to teach illiterate soldiers how to read. After the war, she edited the Jewish Gazette, and subsequently wrote radio plays for the BBC. Mosco...

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Things They Cannot Say

What is it like to kill? What is it like to be under fire? How do you know what's right? What can you never forget?In The Things They Cannot Say, award-winning journalist and author Kevin Sites asks these difficult questions of eleven soldiers and marines, who—by sharing the truth about their wars—display a rare courage that transcends battlefield heroics.For each of these men, many of whom Sites...

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Modern Nations of the World

The Magyar people of Hungary maintained a strong ethnic identity through generations of domination by other cultures. Now, ten years after breaking ties with the Soviet Union, Hungary has shown a latent talent for self-government and has taken giant steps toward adjusting social and economic systems to become a major player among modern European and world nations.

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Orphans of the Living

In an eye-opening look at how America cares for its abused and neglected children, Jennifer Toth travels to foster-care homes, orphanages, and juvenile detention centers to record the poignant, often heroic voices of youngsters trying to survive in an overburdened system.Jennifer Toth's first book, The Mole People, spurred federal funding for the homeless living in the tunnels under New York City. Now Toth turns her attention to another hidden...

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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels - Volume 10 Arranged in systematic order

Born and raised in Nebraska, Robert Kerr has called Iowa home for more than thirty years. He attended the University of Nebraska at Kearney, The University of Kansas at Ft. Hays, and the University of Northern Iowa. He holds a master s degree in psychology, and his career path has led him through stints as a welder, a carpenter, a mental hospital attendant, a mortician’s assistant, and a general Man Friday for an electrical engineer. Since 1976,...

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The Latimore Bride

Bruce Latimore didn't usually make mistakes, but his daughter Mattie was sure he had made one in sending her to supervise the building of a railway across the Sudanese desert. She had plenty of qualifications, but no experience of Africa - and no experience in handling men like Ryan Quinn, who was running the project. Ryan made it plain that her presence was just a nuisance to him, but it soon became clear that Mattie wasn't going to be safe...

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Clinical Decision Making In Behavior Therapy

Arthur Nezu, Ph.D., is Distinguished University Professor of Psychology, Professor of Medicine, and Professor of Public Health at Drexel University (Philadelphia, PA). His fields of interest include the application of problem-solving therapy, stress and coping, and the improvement of mental health of Veterans and their families.http://www.drexel.edu/psychology/cont...

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Thwarted Queen (Thwarted Queen Book 3)

THWARTED QUEEN is the THIRD in a series of FOUR BOOKS about Cecylee Neville (1415-1495), mother of Richard III and Edward IV, Queen by Right and Abbess. The tale of Richard of York’s political career, and its tragic impact upon his wife Cecylee, will intrigue all who love political novels. It is 1445, and Cecylee is turning thirty. She and Richard are waiting for the new Queen of England to arrive from Paris. Everyone remarks on how...

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Flash Point

Will Dylan is an electoral favorite—intelligent, sharp, and good-looking, he is the government’s new golden boy. Jonas Killey is a small-time lawyer—determined, uncompromising, and obsessed, he is hounding Dylan in the hope of bringing him into disrepute. Believing he has information that can connect Dylan with an illegal procedure during a trade union merger, he starts to spread the word, provoking top-level fluttering. At the crucial time of a...

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Opera Poetică

George Bacovia (the pen name of George Vasiliu; September 17 [O.S. September 4] 1881–May 22, 1957) was a Romanian symbolist poet.[1]Bacovia was born in Bacău as the son of a merchant, Dimitrie Vasiliu, and Zoiţa Vasiliu (née Gheorghe Langa). He married Agatha Grigorescu in 1928, and then moved to Bucharest where he lived until his death.

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Moonlit Magic

Book two in the Celtic Fire SeriesBrought back to Ireland by her job, American Beckett Matthews jumps at the chance to study an artefact that recently washed ashore on an Irish beach. She's thrilled to have the opportunity to explore the history of the necklace. She's far less enthused to explore her personal history with the man who found the treasure-her first love.Kieran Brennan has waited five years for Beckett to finally...

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The Boyhood of Martin Luther

This scarce antiquarian book is included in our special Legacy Reprint Series. In the interest of creating a more extensive selection of rare historical book reprints, we have chosen to reproduce this title even though it may possibly have occasional imperfections such as missing and blurred pages, missing text, poor pictures, markings, dark backgrounds and other reproduction issues beyond our control. Because this work is culturally important,...

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Chagall

This catalogue accompanies the exhibition "Chagall: Beyond Color" co-organized by La Piscine Museum, Roubaix, France, and the Dallas Museum of Art.

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Teach Me, Master (Neighbor's #3)

Triss Long loved watching her neighbor and the games he played with his lovers. Whether it was ropes or whips, blindfolds or ball gags, the way his body moved mesmerized Triss, and fueled a few of her own fantasies. Not to mention inspiring a scene or two in the erotic novels she wrote.Until the day she literally fell at his feet.Now that Vince Black's attention is focused on her, Triss has to choose between the naughty girl...

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Dieu, L'Homme Et La Beatitude (Ed.1878)

Dieu, l'homme et la beatitude: supplement aux oeuvres de Spinoza / traduit pour la premiere fois en francais [sur la version allemande de C. Sigwart], et precede d'une introduction par Paul Janet, ...Date de l'edition originale: 1878Collection: Bibliotheque de philosophie contemporaineCe livre est la reproduction fidele d'une oeuvre publiee avant 1920 et fait partie d'une collection de livres reimprimes a la demande editee par Hachette Livre,...

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Evil for Evil (Engineer Trilogy, #2)

Civitas Vadanis is in trouble. The Mezentines have declared war; and the Mezentines are very focused on their goals when it comes to killing. Duke Valens, of Civitas Vadanis, has a dilemma. He knows that his city cannot withstand the invading army; yet its walls are his only defence against the Mezentines. Perhaps the only way to save his people is to flee, but that will not be easy either. Ziani Vaatzes, an engineer exiled by...

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Bull Fire

At the center of this story stands a most improbably machine--a man-made bull whose ratcheting and heaving on a sunny field one afternoon signal the monumental and wildly funny collision between lust and the Divine.Out of this bizarre sexual union is born Nino--half god, half demon, and at the same time the very human hero of this extraordinary book.As the story opens, Nino begins to tell us about his life on the Mediterranean island...

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The Estate

The Estate is a gritty tale set in a large working-class housing-estate in Northern Ireland just after ‘the troubles’ when the residents living there are trying to come to terms with what ‘the peace process’ actually means to them, and the changing face of the conflict which is degenerated into casual violence, lawlessness, and deprived poverty, while trying to build on the future. The story is told through the eyes of a local teenager –...

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Secret of Haunted Mesa

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Phyllis Ayame Whitney (September 9, 1903 – February 8, 2008) was an American mystery writer. Rare for her genre, she wrote mysteries for both the juvenile and the adult markets, many of which feature exotic locations. A review in The New York Times once dubbed her "The Queen of the American Gothics".She was born in Japan to American parents and spent her early years in Asia....

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Vergleichende Tierphysiologie

Sehen, Horen, Riechen, Schmecken, Fuhlen - die Sinne sind fur den Organismus Fenster zur Welt. Fur die spezielle Anpassung der Sinnes- und Neuroleistung an bestimmte Biotope und Verhaltensweisen gibt der Autor in dem Buch markante Beispiele. Er nimmt die Leser mit auf eine Reise durch das Tierreich von den Quallen bis zu den Primaten und verfolgt dabei die evolutive Entwicklung der Nerven- und Sinnessysteme sowie deren Funktionen. Ein Einblick...

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Dying to Have Her (Soap Opera #2)

This is the second novel that is centered around Valentine Valley, a soap opera.Normally, I love Heather Graham's characters and her writing but this one was hard for me to get into, mostly because I disliked the main character, Serena. Yes, I understand that she was trying to show her as a spoiled, actress but every scene Serena was in involved her acting like a bratty child, and the actions taken by all of the characters just did not make...

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Political Science

Balancing practical and theoretical knowledge, Political Science is a comprehensive and jargon-free introduction to the field’s basic concepts and themes. This bestselling brief text uses diverse real-world examples to show students the value of avoiding simplifications in politics, the relevance of government, and the importance of participation. Written from Mike Roskin’s unique and engaging point-of-view, Political...

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American Insurgents, American Patriots

Before there could be a revolution, there was a rebellion; before patriots, there were insurgents. Challenging and displacing decades of received wisdom, T. H. Breen’s strikingly original book explains how ordinary Americans—most of them members of farm families living in small communities—were drawn into a successful insurgency against imperial authority. This is the compelling story of our national political origins that most Americans do not...

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One Course, Two Visions

A Course in Miracles has emerged within our lifetime as an authoritative spiritual text. Yet what does it really say? In the Course's brief history, two comprehensive visions have been offered, each by respected teachers and organizations, each based on many years of personal dedication and scholarly investigation. One vision comes from Ken Wapnick and the Foundation for A Course in Miracles. The other comes from Robert Perry and his colleagues...

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Norway outside the European Union

In November 1994 the Norwegian electorate rejected membership of the European Union.Professor Archer examines the background to this decision both in terms of an expression of interests within Norway and in terms of national feeling. He then investigates the subsequent interaction between Norway and the EU through the European Economic Area (EEA) - which allowed Norway access to the EU's markets; the Schengen agreement - dealing with justice and...

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No Escape

"The hunt is on."Hot on the trail of a killer, detective Heath Sawyer was determined to capture his man. His own partner had been murdered by the mysterious White Rabbit killer and now another victim has been found in Jamaica. Her sister, beautiful Lauren Cooper, insists on getting involved with the case. But this amateur is one distraction he can't afford.Lauren isn't going to let her sister die unavenged. She'll use...

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Smoked Out

With over a dozen mending bones and other injuries wreaking havoc on his body, along with a shredded spirit twisting his sanity, former sheriff David Wolf is in no shape for any sort of action. But when FBI surveillance units move into the valley and surround his house, it seems he's about to have no choice. Wolf quickly learns, however, things are not what they seem, and a trap has been set with him as the prey. If he wants to live long...

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Entscheidung für die Liebe

Ashley Reynolds ist mitten in einer Reality-Fernsehshow gelandet. In einer Dating-Show. Dabei hasst sie es eigentlich schon, fotografiert zu werden. Jetzt ist sie umgeben von Kameras, Glamourgirls und Schönheitsköniginnen, die alle nur ein Ziel haben – ein Date mit dem heißen Junggesellen. Ashleys Plan ist einfach: Sie will sich im Hintergrund halten und schleunigst wieder ausscheiden. Doch dieser Plan schlägt fehl, denn...

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How Did They Do That? Motion Graphics

As quickly as technology advances, users demand more sophisticated graphics and interactivity. In such a fast-paced environment, seasoned graphic artists need constant inspiration. But just as important, they need timely information that helps them make the right software application choices and avoid costly technical mistakes. How Did They Do That? provides both of these essential needs -- using stunning screen shots...

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Belle of the Ball (Cousins, #2)

Arabella Swinley has exactly one Season left to find a rich husband--and save herself from a lifetime of mended gowns, empty purses, and mountainous debts. But when she falls in love with a penniless man, will she follow her heart, or marry for money?

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Building Support for More Open Trade

With the 2002 slowdown in the world economy, the expansion of free trade is critically important to economic growth in the US and abroad. The US must move forward on expanding trade now, according to this report of an independent task force, led by Clinton Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin and Reagan White House Chief of Staff Kenneth M. Duberstein. Created to help break America's political deadlock on trade and accepting that trade expansion...

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Multiculturalism

Multiculturalism: A Critical Reader" delineates the prevailing concerns and considerations, principles and practices, concepts and categories that fall under the rubric of "multiculturalism.

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The Frankfurt Judengasse

Frankfurt was one of the most important centers of Jewish life in central Europe. In 1462, the Frankfurt City Council ordered the resettlement of the Jews in an especially constructed street, surrounded by walls and located at the very edge of the city. The three gates were closed at night, on Sundays, and during Christian holidays. The Frankfurt Judengasse was the first legally constructed space of a ghetto in the Holy Roman Empire, and one of...

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Down and Dirty (Wild Cards, #5)

WILD CARDS V: DOWN AND DIRTY George R.R. Martin, ed. The fifth volume in the Wild Cards alternate universe saga is set in the New York City of 1986. The simmering streets of Jokertown have erupted, as gang war breaks out between ruthless rivals: the Shadow Fists and the Mafia. As the violence rages out of control, even the metahuman Aces and Jokers alike are forced to go underground and wage their own war...

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Champion Book for Girls

Irene Maude Mossop was born 6 December 1904 in Woking, Surrey, England, UK, she was the elder child of Maude Binford Eyre and Robert Mossop, a solicitor, later they had one son. She was educated privately, and - the early death of her father making it necessary to earn a living - turned to writing at a young age. She published girls' school stories, and other children's novels as Irene Mossop.In 1934, Irene married ex-RAF officer Charles...

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Unikirja

Mitä tarkoittaa, jos näet yö toisensa perään unta, että hirviö ajaa sinua takaa? Entä pitäisikö sinun olla huolissasi, jos näet unta kuolemisesta? Tai hämilläsi, jos unesi on eroottinen? Näet unia joka yö, vaikka et muistaisikaan niistä mitään. Unet ovat tärkeitä avaimia itsesi ymmärtämiseen; ne tarjoavat oivalluksia, ohjausta ja...

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The Future of Alienation

Includes essays which call for a rethinking of a variety of forms of alienation in light of contemporary dynamics and an understanding of the dialectic of human selfhood and social participation.

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One Nation Underground

For the half-century duration of the Cold War, the fallout shelter was a curiously American preoccupation. Triggered in 1961 by a hawkish speech by John F. Kennedy, the fallout shelter controversy--"to dig or not to dig," as "Business Week" put it at the time--forced many Americans to grapple with deeply disturbing dilemmas that went to the very heart of their self-image about what it meant to be an American, an upstanding citizen, and a moral...

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Take a Line for a Walk

Every artist and designer, student or professional, needs a journal space to play in new ways, to think with a pencil in hand, by inventing, imagining, and thinking creatively. Unlike a blank journal, Take a line for a walk is a Creativity Journal--comprised of varied prompts, cuing people to respond to whatever creative action the prompt calls for--sketch/design/conceive/write. The author collaborated with esteemed designers, artists,...

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Wisher t. 1

Depuis des siècles, un puissant groupe qui se veut le défenseur de la réalité et de l'humanité rationnelle traque et élimine sans pitié toutes les créatures féeriques. Les survivants se sont regroupés à Londres sous la protection de Merlin, mais ils sont décimés et affaiblis. Leur unique espoir serait de recevoir l'aide des plus puissants d'entre eux, les djinns. Hélas, la...

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The Remains of the Day

In 1956, Stevens, a long-serving butler at Darlington Hall, decides to take a motoring trip through the West Country. The six-day excursion becomes a journey into the past of Stevens and England, a past that takes in fascism, two world wars, and an unrealised love between the butler and his housekeeper. Ishiguro's dazzling novel is a sad and humorous love story, a meditation on the condition of modern man, and an elegy for England at a time of...

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Lost in Space. Planet aus Stahl. Die neuen Abenteuer der Familie Robinson.

Pat Cadigan is an American-born science fiction author, who broke through as a major writer as part of the cyberpunk movement. Her early novels and stories all shared a common theme, exploring the relationship between the human mind and technology.Her first novel, Mindplayers, introduced what became a common theme to all her works. Her stories blurred the line between reality and perception by making the human mind a real and explorable...

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How to Re-imagine the World

Who says that all possible social and political systems have already been invented? Or that work—or marriage, or environmentalism, or anything else—must be just what they are now?This book is a conceptual toolbox for imagining and initiating radical social change. Chapters offer specific, focused, and shareable techniques:Seeking a Whole Vision: Creating a pull and not just a push toward change Generative Thinking: Looking...

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