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Man s Supreme Inheritance

Man s Supreme Inheritance Author Frederick Matthias Alexander
ISBN-10 UOM:39015006982857
Release 1918
Pages 354
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Lyli Meets the Stone Muncher

Lyli Meets the Stone Muncher Author Anna Bartlett
ISBN-10 9781921479991
Release 2010-12
Pages 28
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Lyli is a child with a grand imagination and too much curiosity who lives on the distant planet of Motika, in a city surrounded by great crystal mountains.



The Homeric Hymns A New Prose Translation and Essays Literary and Mythological

The Homeric Hymns A New Prose Translation  and Essays  Literary and Mythological Author Andrew Lang
ISBN-10 9783847205708
Release 2012-02-07
Pages 124
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This book is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS series. The creators of this series are united by passion for literature and driven by the intention of making all public domain books available in printed format again - worldwide. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. Several mostly non-profit literature projects provide content to tredition. To support their good work, tredition donates a portion of the proceeds from each sold copy. As a reader of a TREDITION CLASSICS book, you support our mission to save many of the amazing works of world literature from oblivion.



Assessing the Soviet Threat The Early Cold War Years

Assessing the Soviet Threat  The Early Cold War Years Author Woodrow J. Kuhns
ISBN-10 0788183273
Release 1999-10
Pages 466
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Contains documents produced by the CIA and its predecessor between 1946 and the end of 1950. During this period of the Cold War, Pres. Truman tried to understand the menacing behavior of the Soviet Union and his erstwhile ally, Joseph Stalin. The CIA analysts provided the Pres. with periodic summaries and interpretations of the most significant world events. They also provided ad hoc papers that analyzed specific issues of interest to the administration. Much of this material is being made public for the first time. Taken as a whole, this volume provides the first comprehensive survey of CIA's early analysis of the Soviet threat.



The Bicyclers and Three Other Farces

The Bicyclers and Three Other Farces Author John Kendrick Bangs
ISBN-10 9781613109557
Release 1898
Pages 176
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One Hundred Mushroom Receipts REPRINT

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Dreaming the Dreams That Only Cats Can Dream

Dreaming the Dreams That Only Cats Can Dream Author Susan Dodd
ISBN-10 1781486549
Release 2013-10
Pages 150
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Dreaming the Dreams that only Cats can Dream completes Susan Dodd's trilogy about that loveable, talking, ginger cat, Benson. As loveable as he may be, he is still a very mischievous cat, and usually causes trouble wherever he goes. However, along with Mr Elvic, he causes wishes to come true for his friends and family, using the incredible Wishing Machine. Once again, the reader is transported on magical journeys to strange and wonderful lands. Is this the last you will see and hear of Benson? Read the book and find out!



Kabbalah and Exodus

Kabbalah and Exodus Author Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi
ISBN-10 0877286876
Release 1988-01-01
Pages 250
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We can read Exodus as an allegory of the psychological bondage we experience until we each find a way to the "promised land" of the spirit. Based on Biblical text, traditional material, and Jewish folklore, this book is an interesting read for Jewish and Christian scholars, and people on a spiritual path.



Peach Red and the Empty Road

Peach Red and the Empty Road Author Ron McLachlan
ISBN-10 9781847478665
Release 2011-06-01
Pages 158
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DescriptionThis is the story of Peter McFarlane's journey back from the brink of madness, following years of sexual abuse. His childhood was blighted with this secret and cynical disease, and his life became filled with hidden remnants of fear, affecting all relationships and colouring all experiences. Unconscious memories of abuse were awakened, due to the trauma of a car crash, and he met Dr Christian Langford who became his psychiatrist. Hearing from Peter about some of the recalled incidents, psychogenic amnesia was diagnosed, where the pain of remembering is so great that, for survival, a person finds it necessary to forget. Young Peter had grown up with only a few friends on the remote and sparsely populated Scottish island he loves, discovering his homosexuality when he was still very young. In the course of his therapy, Langford discovered that Peter was also suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder, induced by post traumatic stress. The full extent of his mental health problem was revealed, and Peter's doctor was challenged to find a working cure that would give him back sufficient elements of his fractured life with which he could begin to piece together the stolen years of his life. About the AuthorRon McLachlan was born in 1951, and now lives and writes in Wemyss Bay, a small coastal town in the west of Scotland. Ron has published a trilogy of novels, and has won, or been shortlisted, in a number of international, national, and local short story competitions. He has written another novel entitled The Saviour, and, in 2005, began a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing, in New Jersey. As a child, he suffered years of abuse that led ultimately to years of therapy. "All my life," he says, "I have just been trying to survive."



Station Amusements in New Zealand

Station Amusements in New Zealand Author Lady Barker (Mary Anne)
ISBN-10 HARVARD:HN23DF
Release 1873
Pages 278
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Brother Lew

Brother Lew Author Lou Acosta
ISBN-10 9781591600411
Release 2002-05-01
Pages 116
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The Mother at Home

The Mother at Home Author John Abbott
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Release 2013-12-30
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The New Psychology

The New Psychology Author William Walker Atkinson
ISBN-10 9781616403218
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 236
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How can we be stronger, more powerful, more capable, more efficient, all-around just plain better people? Followers of the New Thought movement-an early "New Age" philosophy that was tremendously popular around the turn of the 20th century-turned to "New Psychology," a melding of the scientific and the spiritual into a fresh metaphysical paradigm. In this 1909 book, one of the most influential voices in New Thought explains how we can cultivate in ourselves innovative modes of thinking and positive emotional states, using our will, our imagination, and the power of self-suggestion to change our lives for the better. Brisk and confident, this classic of New Thought literature is as useful today as it was a century ago. American writer WILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON (1862-1932) was editor of the popular magazine New Thought from 1901 to 1905, and editor of the journal Advanced Thought from 1916 to 1919. He authored dozens of New Thought books under numerous pseudonyms, including "Yogi," some of which are likely still unknown today.



The Body of Frankenstein s Monster

The Body of Frankenstein s Monster Author Cecil Helman
ISBN-10 9781616406417
Release 2004-04-01
Pages 156
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Frankenstein. Werewolves. Dracula. These images aren't just imaginary creatures -- they're also powerful symbols of the body. The body can be thought of as a machine made up of parts like Frankenstein's monster, or as a creature ruled by animalistic urges, or as an entity that's vulnerable to infection from a diseased fiend. In "The Body of Frankenstein's Monster," Cecil Helman, M.D., expands our view of our bodies by exploring its cultural and artistic representations.



Halcon En La Sombra Le Faucon Du Diable Volumen I

Halcon En La Sombra  Le Faucon Du Diable   Volumen I Author Benito Barcelo Bennasar
ISBN-10 1597548324
Release 2013-01-01
Pages 468
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1782. Francia se descompone en sus cimientos, y aunque aun falta tiempo para el desastre, el proceso se acelera continuamente. Puede ver mas informacion en http: //www.librosenred.com/libros/halconenlasombralefaucondudiable.html. [Este texto fue escrito sin tildes ni otros caracteres especiales para evitar errores con el navegador.]



The Concertgoer s Companion Holst to Webern

The Concertgoer s Companion  Holst to Webern Author Antony Hopkins
ISBN-10 UOM:39015009649842
Release 1984
Pages 360
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Gathering at the Golden Gate

Gathering at the Golden Gate Author Stephen Coats
ISBN-10 1494445182
Release 2013-12
Pages 320
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As the US Army shifts from being a forward-deployed force to a continental United States (CONUS)-based force, it must concurrently develop new plans and methods for rapidly deploying large numbers of units to contingency areas outside CONUS. Historically, the US Army has often been challenged in trying to rapidly deploy large forces from CONUS to the theater of operations. One need only review the Army's deployments to Cuba in 1898, to France in 1917, to Saudi Arabia in 1990, or most recently to Afghanistan and Iraq since 11 September 2001 and the enormous complexities associated with such operations to see that the Army has not always met its, and the nation's, expectations. Dr. Stephen D. Coats's study of the Army's efforts to assemble a contingency force at San Francisco for deployment to the Philippines in 1898 is an example of how the Army got it mostly right. One could argue that 1898 was a much simpler time and that the complexity associated with deploying ground forces has grown dramatically since then, and that would be correct. However, the Army of 1898 was not professionally trained to deploy and fight wars overseas. Additionally, the force that assembled at San Francisco was not a professional army. It was largely a volunteer force led by a few Regular Army generals and managed by a handful of Regular Army staff officers, none of whom had any appreciable experience in deployment operations. Yet they succeeded. As in all facets of military art, there are timeless principles that, if applied correctly, will go a long way toward helping planners achieve success. A careful reading of Dr. Coats's work will illuminate many of those principles. Today, as the US military prepares units for conflicts abroad and deploys forces overseas, it is instructive to examine how the Army coped with similar challenges in the late 19th century. This study analyzes efforts during the Spanish-American War to mobilize expeditions in San Francisco for the Army's first major overseas deployment: destination, the Philippines. Not since the Mexican War, fought a half-century earlier, had the American military attempted to prepare a large force to move to a foreign land. No prewar plans existed to provide a blueprint for this endeavor in 1898. To compound deployment challenges on the West Coast, the Army had already moved most of its Regular organizations and logistics support to Southern assembly areas oriented on objectives in the Caribbean. President William McKinley assigned two general officers, Wesley Merritt and Elwell S. Otis, to quarter, organize, train, and equip designated forces in San Francisco, the port of embarkation. Drawing on available, but limited, logistics resources from military organizations in the area, Merritt's command received thousands of Regulars and Volunteers who poured into the Golden Gate region for duty overseas. Units initially camped on military reservations but eventually spilled over into several locations in the city. Given the paucity of medical and morale support available to the troops through the military, the San Francisco community rallied behind local relief societies and religious organizations on behalf of the expeditionary forces. Citizens donated money, food, goods, and services through the Red Cross, Young Men's Christian Association, and Catholic Truth Society. Each organization established shelters in the encampments to better assist those in uniform. This study finds that to mobilize effectively, the Army depended on fundamentals then that are still prized to this day: leadership, initiative, and resourcefulness. It also reveals the vital role that private volunteer organizations and the civilian community played in supporting the military forces assembling at the Golden Gate. Together the American Army and San Francisco community succeeded in sustaining and deploying expeditionary forces that fought the battle of Manila in August 1898.