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A Saunter With Death Book 1 Kmoeneithe s Saga

A Saunter With Death Book 1  Kmoeneithe s Saga Author Z Halferty
ISBN-10 9781312173170
Release 2014-05-18
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A plague has been cast upon the Earth, turning people into animal-like, cannibalistic beings. With no humanity about them, they devour any creature they encounter, leaving death and destruction in their wake. Read as Kmoneiethe, a young "prepper," struggles to survive the hell that has become his new home as he records, in detail, his experiences. Plagued by a series of misfortunes throughout his journey, his own sanity comes into question; bits of his memory becoming voids, strange occurrences becoming standard, and his actions becoming something of a mystery.....those of a creature; if you will. With little help from his short-known friend, Kmoneiethe endures some of the most challenging obstacle of his life. Each becoming seemingly more difficult as his mental and physical health degrade. Will he survive this new world? Or become another statistic among those that have already fallen?



Gender Genre and Religion

Gender  Genre and Religion Author Morny Joy
ISBN-10 9780889207509
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 320
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Many feminists today are challenging the outmoded aspects of both the conventions and the study of religion in radical ways. Canadian feminists are no exception. Gender, Genre and Religion is the outcome of a research network of leading women scholars organized to survey the contribution of Canadian women working in the field of religious studies and, further, to “plot the path forward.” This collection of their essays covers most of the major religious traditions and offers exciting suggestions as to how religious traditions will change as women take on more central roles. Feminist theories have been used by all contributors as a springboard to show that the assumptions of unified monolithic religions and their respective canons is a fabrication created by a scholarship based on male privilege. Using gender and genre as analytical tools, the essays reflect a diversity of approaches and open up new ways of reading sacred texts. Superb essays by Pamela Dickey Young, Winnie Tomm, Morny Joy and Marsha Hewitt, among others, honour the first generation of feminist theologians and situate the current generation, showing how they have learned from and gone beyond their predecessors. The sensitive and original essays in Gender, Genre and Religion will be of interest to feminist scholars and to anyone teaching women and religion courses.



All About Terrorism

All About Terrorism Author Keith Suter
ISBN-10 9781442957763
Release 2009-04-02
Pages 372
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Did the events of September 11 really change the world? Why would a person agree to become a suicide bomber? How effective are our intelligence agencies? Should the Rudd Government bring our troops home from Iraq? Would a national ID card system make Australians safer? In his new book, Keith Suter, author of the popular Local Notebook and Global Notebook, answers all the questions you're too afraid to ask about terrorism. In simple, no-nonsense language, Suter gives a concise overview of the history and politics of terrorism, examining conflicts in the Middle East, Russia, Northern Ireland, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and other parts of the world. He discusses all the big issues, both local and international - from the best way to deal with 'rogue states' to the likelihood of a terrorist attack on Australia. This book is the perfect backgrounder for anyone who wants a better understanding of the events covered every day in the news.



All the News

All the News Author Thom Lieb
ISBN-10 0131345052
Release 2009
Pages 337
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This newswriting book is the first of its kind as it aims to teach readers how to work in a convergent newsroom where they are required to report in print, online, radio and television formats. Readers will learn about ethics, being a responsible journalist and how to cover an increasingly diverse population–all while mastering the mechanics of communicating through different media.



The Battlefield Photographer

The Battlefield Photographer Author Carmine Sarracino
ISBN-10 1932535160
Release 2007-12-31
Pages 79
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The Battlefield Photographer has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Battlefield Photographer also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Battlefield Photographer book for free.



The Kickball Kids

The Kickball Kids Author Cari Meister
ISBN-10 9781434214102
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 25
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Kickball Kids is a Capstone Press publication.



Scales Modes for Guitar

Scales   Modes for Guitar Author Steve Hall
ISBN-10 1457439514
Release
Pages 36
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This Handy Guide is a fast and fun way to learn how to use scales and modes from day one and will provide a strong foundation from which to build upon. This Handy Guide contains: 14 essential scales and modes Guitar TAB, neck position and standard music notation.



Protecting Your Home

Protecting Your Home Author Ann Owen
ISBN-10 1404800883
Release 2004
Pages 24
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Describes some of the things that fire fighters do to help protect people and their homes.



Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt Author Liz Gogerly
ISBN-10 1410930378
Release 2007-12-05
Pages 64
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This title reveals the mysteries of the ancient Egyptians. Learn how the pyramids were built, why the Nile River was so important to the ancient Egyptians, and how to get to the beautiful Luxor Temple.



A History of the United States Before the Revolution

A History of the United States Before the Revolution Author Ezekiel Sanford
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433081801569
Release 1819
Pages 341
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A History of the United States Before the Revolution has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from A History of the United States Before the Revolution also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full A History of the United States Before the Revolution book for free.



Cashing in on Pre foreclosures and Short Sales

Cashing in on Pre foreclosures and Short Sales Author Chip Cummings
ISBN-10 0470463759
Release 2009-03-16
Pages 324
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Cashing in on Pre-foreclosures and Short Sales shows investors exactly how to take advantage of what many are calling the best upcoming investment real estate market we have experienced in decades! Chip distinguishes the difference between good deals and bad deals, reveals just how easy it is to find, evaluate, and obtain foreclosure properties, tells how to negotiate a profitable transaction, and unveils the power of using short sales and other strategies to create a win-win situation for the investor, the seller, and the bank. Even first-time buyers looking to score a bargain on purchasing their own home will be armed with all the tools they need to confidently evaluate and pursue a profitable deal - and save thousands in the process. Cashing In on Pre-foreclosures and Short Sales incorporates quotes and advice from top industry professionals, as well as a healthy appendix packed with state and national foreclosure guidelines, including valuable contacts and websites, sample forms, checklists, and all the necessary tools you need to find, evaluate, secure and profit from foreclosure properties.



Perfect Strangers

Perfect Strangers Author Susan L. Buckley
ISBN-10 9780595249428
Release 2002-09-01
Pages 140
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Looking for love? Tired of expensive traditional dating services, singles dances and being set up? The Internet offers an exciting and successful alternative. Perfect Strangers will guide you through the ins and outs of the exhilarating and sometimes confusing maze of Internet dating. But Perfect Strangers is more than a how-to book. It contains the stories and photographs of people who met their soul mates on the Internet, most after having nearly given up on ever finding love. Their stories will make you laugh and make you cry. But most important, the stories in Perfect Strangers will instill hope by sharing the inspiring stories of people who found love on the Internet, sometimes under the most surprising circumstances. Many people say that meeting the right person is just a numbers game, others say it's fate. As the couples' stories in Perfect Strangers reveal, the Internet satisfies both perspectives. It provides access to thousands of eligible singles along with a healthy dose of fate. Increased personal control coupled with an infinite number of possible love connections and a hefty dose of serendipity make the Internet superior to meeting suitors in traditional ways. You will meet people online whom you would have never met otherwise. One of them could be your soul mate.



SEO Made Simple

SEO Made Simple Author Michael H. Fleischner
ISBN-10 9781442169203
Release 2009-05
Pages 106
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New version available! SEO Made Simple is now in its 4th edition. Visit the SEO Made Simple (fourth edition) page for more information. http: //www.amazon.com/SEO-Made-Simple-4th-Edition/dp/1494892448 More Than 30,000 Copies Sold! The original SEO Made Simple: Strategies for Dominating the World's Leading Search Engine, is a tell-all guide for anyone trying to reach the highly coveted #1 ranking on Google for their Web site or Blog. Learn from a leading Webmaster the specific SEO techniques that deliver top rankings in less than 30 days. Whether you're a search engine optimization expert or new to Web site rankings, the techniques revealed in SEO Made Simple will give you everything you need to dominate the leading search engines. Generate tons of traffic to your website absolutely FREE with top search engine placement on Google, Yahoo! and MSN. SEO Made Simple is the only resource on search engine optimization that you'll ever need.



Ritual Healing in Suburban America

Ritual Healing in Suburban America Author Meredith B. McGuire
ISBN-10 0813513138
Release 1988
Pages 324
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"One of the more provocative studies of why middle America is making increasing use of ritual healing and what that choice tells us of problems with biomedical care in technological institutions. . . . A welcome addition to anthropological studies of ritual healing in other societies, and it illuminates a huge component of our health care system that is poorly understood."--Arthur Kleinman, M.D., Harvard University "An all too rare volume, namely a scholarly work on the practice of healing in suburban or what we might call middle-class America. McGuire, perhaps uniquely, has set out the religious or 'ritual' healing beliefs and practices that are usually strictly segregated and kept apart. . . . Anyone who takes seriously the need to understand 'healing' . . . should obtain this book."--Health and Healing "The power of the book is in the larger cultural analysis it offers . . . a valuable contribution to medical sociology."--Sociological Analysis "This welcome study of nonmedical healing among upper-middle-class and middle-class persons in Essex County, New Jersey, clearly shows how individuals become attracted to and influenced by alternative healing techniques."--Choice "Develops an innovative sociological approach to the study of alternative healing practices through a methodologically sound qualitative study. . . . The high quality of research and conceptualization and the meticulous documentation of the relevant literature make [this book] essential reading for those interested in the sociology and anthropology of religion and of medicine, and in the study of health and illness in contemporary America."--Contemporary Sociology "A major contribution."--The Christian Century "The remarkable strength of this book about the exotic in the commonplace is that it demonstrates both that ritual healing is widespread in the heartland of medical technology, and that the wide variety of ritual healing practices are based on similar structures."--Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry Meredith B. McGuire is professor of sociology at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, and the author of Pentecostal Catholics and other books. Debra Kantor is acting director of education and training for the New Jersey Medical School National Tuberculosis Center.



Advocating for Low Income Taxpayers

Advocating for Low Income Taxpayers Author Diana Leyden
ISBN-10 1600420818
Release 2009
Pages 759
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This book is designed for a clinical program or pro bono program that assists low income taxpayers with federal income tax controversies. It draws from four main areas: lawyering skills of interviewing and counseling; ethics; federal tax practice and procedure; and federal tax litigation. Appendices with examples of documents and letters are included to provide practical material. Basic information in the four areas is presented through a combination of commentary, cases, excerpts from federal tax law and procedure, and questions for discussion Appendices provide sample documents that compliment the topics. Unlike other law school case books, the cases have not been extensively edited because the book is meant to provide students and practitioners the opportunity to fully explore and understand the facts and holdings of the cases. Generally, footnotes in reprinted cases and other materials are numbered as in the original. The student who completes a course using this book should have a firm grounding in tax practice and procedure common to tax controversies of individual taxpayers. Practitioners who use this book will be prepared to assist low income taxpayers pro bono, be part of volunteer work with a low income taxpayer clinic or bar association program. While the organization of the book is based on an ideal of how material should be presented, professors can rearrange the reading based on the topics presented in current clinic cases. Practitioners can pick and choose the chapters applicable to their cases, but should not skip the chapters on lawyering skills. Future editions will add chapters on the holistic representation of low income taxpayers (including social and other legal issues that may arise in legal representation), tax issues of importance to immigrants and federal tax crime issues. About the Author: Diana Leyden, Clinical Professor, University of Connecticut School of Law. She joined the School of Law faculty in 1999 to create and teach the Tax Clinic, one then 34 low income taxpayer clinics supported by IRS grants. She holds a B.A. from Union College, a J.D. from University of Connecticut School of Law, and an LLM in Taxation from Georgetown University. She clerked as a law clerk to Hon. Herbert Chabot, United States Tax Court from 1982-1984. Prior to joining the faculty of the School of Law, she was in private practice, specializing in transactional tax planning and tax litigation, in Boston and Washington, DC and worked for tax revenue departments in Massachusetts and Connecticut in the areas of corporate and state income tax. She is frequent lecturer at the ABA Tax Section and served as the chair of the ABA Tax Section Low Income Taxpayer Committee and Vice Chair of the Pro Bono Committee. She was the 2005 recipient of the ABA Section on Taxation Pro Bono Award. She also served as ABA Tax Section liaison to the Renaissance on Idealism of Legal Profession and on the Blue Ribbon Commission to Study the Independence of the IRS Appeals Division. She is frequent lecturer to Low Income Taxpayer Clinic conferences. She has worked on training issues for the IRS and the National Taxpayer Advocate Service. She was also a former member of the Internal Revenue Service Advisory Council and testified before the IRS Oversight Board on recommendations for improvements in customer service.



Brain Imaging

Brain Imaging Author Klaus Sartor
ISBN-10 9783131626318
Release 2011-01-01
Pages 307
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Dx-Direct is a series of eleven Thieme books covering the main subspecialties in radiology. It includes all the cases you are most likely to see in your typical working day as a radiologist. For each condition or disease you will find the information you need -- with just the right level of detail.Dx-Direct gets to the point: Definitions, Epidemiology, Etiology, and Imaging Signs Typical Presentation, Treatment Options, Course and Prognosis Differential Diagnosis, Tips and Pitfalls, and Key References ...all combined with high-quality diagnostic images. Whether you are a resident or a trainee, preparing for board examinations or just looking for a superbly organized reference: Dx-Direct is the high-yield choice for you!The series covers the full spectrum of radiology subspecialties including: Brain, Gastrointestinal, Cardiac, Breast, Genitourinal, Spinal, Head and Neck, Musculoskeletal, Pediatric, Thoracic, Vascular



Donkey s Busy Day

Donkey s Busy Day Author Natalie Russell
ISBN-10 074759547X
Release 2009
Pages 32
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Donkey is extremely proud to have been put in charge of the farm - and to be responsible for ensuring that all the jobs get done. But when he tries to encourage the animals to help him, they all have their excuses: 'My tummy hurts!' or 'Duck stepped on my toe!' So Donkey has to think hard how to entice the animals into doing some hard work, which might involve a special treat of a picnic and a tractor ride! A charming and very funny story about doing chores that all parents and young children will relate to.