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PROCLAMATIONS BY THE GOVERNOR
Author: North Carolina Governor (1868-1871 Ho, Richmond Mumford 1805-1878 Pearson, W. W. (William Woods) 1818-1892 Holden
Publisher: Wentworth Press
ISBN: 1363563270
Pages: 42
Year: 2016-08-26
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Legend of Nova
Author: Fredrick Anjo
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1496998278
Pages: 262
Year: 2014-12-22
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Sayat Nova is a mysterious prophet from a planet far away from Earth whose predictions foretold a deadly calamity for his people. Armed with foresight, he was able to plan a small escape for a number of his people. He facilitated their escape to Earth, thus bringing Earth to the heart of a galactic war. Why did Sayat Nova send his survivors to the edge of the galaxy? Will Earth survive?
The Philosophical and Theological Teachings of the Padmasamhita
Author: Silvia Schwarz Linder
Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences
ISBN: 3700175523
Pages: 358
Year: 2014
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This work is the first monograph devoted entirely to the Padmasamhita(PadS), a Sanskrit text of South Indian origin composed between the 12th and 13th centuries AD and belonging to the vaisnava tantric religious tradition of the Pancaratra. The study focuses on the philosophical and theological teachings of the PadS, as well as on the place of yoga in the religious life and ritual practice of the pancaratrin. In the field of theology, the PadS's concept of the manifestation of the Supreme Being in its three forms (rupa) - namely the Highest Vasudeva, spirit (purusa) and matter (prakrti) - is shown to be influenced by Yadavaprakasa (Ramanuja's teacher) and his idea of the unfolding of brahman in its three particular concretizations (amsa). The relational aspect of the godhead, actualized as the presence of God in meditation and ritual worship, is also analyzed and elucidated in its theological aspects. A major topic of discussion is the doctrine of liberation and the harmonization in the PadS of an older idea of liberation (consisting of four states related to the social rank of the devotees respectively) with a later concept of liberation as a union between individual souls and the Supreme Soul. The second part of the work, which is devoted to yoga, discusses the function of the yogic disciplines in the yoga-permeated ritual system of the PadS and the importance of yogic meditation in the religious life, with particular regard to the psychological and salvific aspects of the experience of Samadhi. Finally, a ritual practice of yogic suicide is discussed: the evidence provided by both Pancaratra and Saiva texts testifies to the existence of a tradition that teaches yogic suicide by means of basically similar methods. In the PadS this ritual practice can be performed by the sadhaka who, by taking advantage of a specific power (siddhi), chooses to put an end to his own life in order to hasten his final emancipation.
Notre Dame's Era of Ara
Author: Tom Pagna, Bob Best
Publisher: St Augustines Text Ed
ISBN: 0896515575
Pages: 304
Year: 2004-10
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Diamond Communication's edition is a reprint in trade paperback of this previously released classic. Tom Pagna, a player under Ara Parseghian at Miami of Ohio and assistant coach for Ara at Notre Dame, offers his unique and insightful understanding of one of the most legendary -- and at times controversial -- football coaches in Fighting Irish history. Foreword by Ara Parseghian.
Severe & Hazardous Weather
Author: Robert M. Rauber, John E. Walsh, Donna Jean Charlevoix
Publisher: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company
ISBN: 0757597726
Pages: 612
Year: 2012
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The Bookman's Promise
Author: John Dunning
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743258363
Pages: 384
Year: 2004-03-09
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Cliff Janeway is back! The Bookman's Promise marks the eagerly awaited return of Denver bookman-author John Dunning and the award-winning crime novel series that helped to turn the nation on to first-edition book collecting. First, it was Booked to Die, then The Bookman's Wake. Now John Dunning fans, old and new, will rejoice in The Bookman's Promise, a richly nuanced new Janeway novel that juxtaposes past and present as Denver ex-cop and bookman Cliff Janeway searches for a book and a killer. The quest begins when an old woman, Josephine Gallant, learns that Janeway has recently bought at auction a signed first edition by the legendary nineteenth-century explorer Richard Francis Burton. The book is a true classic, telling of Burton's journey (disguised as a Muslim) to the forbidden holy cities of Mecca and Medina. The Boston auction house was a distinguished and trustworthy firm, but provenance is sometimes murky and Josephine says the book is rightfully hers. She believes that her grandfather, who was living in Baltimore more than eighty years ago, had a fabulous collection of Burton material, including a handwritten journal allegedly detailing Burton's undercover trip deep into the troubled American South in 1860. Josephine remembers the books from her childhood, but everything mysteriously disappeared shortly after her grandfather's death. With little time left in her own life, Josephine begs for Janeway's promise: he must find her grandfather's collection. It's a virtually impossible task, Janeway suspects, as the books will no doubt have been sold and separated over the years, but how can he say no to a dying woman? It seems that her grandfather, Charlie Warren, traveled south with Burton in the spring of 1860, just before the Civil War began. Was Burton a spy for Britain? What happened during the three months in Burton's travels for which there are no records? How did Charlie acquire his unique collection of Burton books? What will the journal, if it exists, reveal? When a friend is murdered, possibly because of a Burton book, Janeway knows he must find the answers. Someone today is willing to kill to keep the secrets of the past, and Janeway's search will lead him east: To Baltimore, to a Pulitzer Prize-winning author with a very stuffed shirt, and to a pair of unorthodox booksellers. It reaches a fiery conclusion at Fort Sumter off the coast of Charleston, South Carolina. What's more, a young lawyer, Erin d'Angelo, and ex-librarian Koko Bujak, have their own reasons for wanting to find the journal. But can Janeway trust them? Rich with the insider's information on rare and collectible books that has made John Dunning famous, and with meticulously researched detail about a mesmerizing figure who may have played an unrecognized role in our Civil War, The Bookman's Promise is riveting entertainment from an extraordinarily gifted author who is as unique and special as the books he so clearly loves.
Fun with Fundamentals
Author: Bill Laas, Fred Weber
Publisher: Alfred Music
ISBN: 1457463555
Pages: 28
Year:
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Fun with Fundamentals is a supplementary band book based primarily on scales, technic studies, and "companion etudes" (duets) using the keys and fundamentals of instrumental playing encountered at the elementary level. The primary purpose of this book is to develop fluency of technic, accurate counting, musical style, and self-assurance through the use of additional practice material presented in a manner which should prove to be interesting, enjoyable, and highly profitable to the young player.
Slug Bread and Beheaded Thistles
Author: Ellen Sandbeck
Publisher: Broadway Books
ISBN: 0307874621
Pages: 160
Year: 2010-04-14
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Off with their heads! Many homemakers and gardeners take the easy way out when it comes to exiling odors and banishing bugs--they use toxic chemicals that may be harmful to their families and the earth. Ellen Sandbeck has discovered that the all-natural alternatives are just as easy and effective to use, and that they are wickedly fun. Sandbeck's way of banishing thistles from her backyard kingdom is a case in point: she chops off their heads and lets them bleed to death. Slug Bread & Beheaded Thistles reveals all of her best tricks. From bedroom to bathroom, garden to lawn, your home will be clean and green and pest-free. Explode cockroaches with baking soda and sugar Freshen your car with coffee grounds Keep out slugs with a bread dough that kills Armor your plants with soap spray Grow disease-resistant plants by putting sick ones in your compost pile Eradicate crayon marks with mayonnaise Protect your roses with a minefield of garlic Get rid of raccoons with dirty laundry Cure plant viruses with spoiled milk From the Trade Paperback edition.
HER VALENTINE BLIND DATE
Author: Raye Morgan
Publisher: Harlequin / SB Creative
ISBN: 4596685207
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Year: 2015-01-01
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Is she "Cari" or "Cary"? One of them is the girl who Max Angeli was planning to meet for dinner. The other is the girl with whom he ends up wandering the dangerous streets of Dallas late at night with an infant in tow. Cari Christiansen finds herself attracted to this mysterious Italian Texan, but the battles facing the pair might be more spaghetti Western than romantic comedy...
Finding the Money
Author: Preethi Burkholder
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 078645296X
Pages: 268
Year: 2009-02-11
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This is a one-stop resource for people who want to finance their education or career. Classic, indispensable advice for college students and their parents and also for actors, musicians and other artists! The whole process of applying for loans, scholarships, grants, fellowships, tuition waivers and other forms of financial aid is clearly laid out. The book gives tips on finding sources of funds, filling out applications, writing entrance essays, receiving award disbursements, repaying loans and everything in between. Especially on how to stand out from the crowd.
Scenes from a Silent World
Author: Felicia Skene
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108021913
Pages: 276
Year: 2010-10-28
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In this 1889 work, Felicia Skene used her experience of prison visiting to criticise the penal system and capital punishment.
A Measure of Endurance
Author: Mishler
Publisher: SteinerBooks
ISBN: 1584204648
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Year: 2008-09-01
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Of Minds and Language
Author: Noam Chomsky, Massimo Piattelli-Palmarini, Juan Uriagereka
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199544662
Pages: 459
Year: 2009-01-29
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1. Introduction -- Part 1: Overtures -- 2. Opening Remarks, Noam Chomsky -- 3. The nature of Merge: Consequences for Language, Mind, and Biology, Cedric Boeckx -- 4. Evoling: The Nature of the Language Faculty, Marc D. Hauser -- 5. The Foundational Abstractions, C. R. Gallistel -- 6. Pointers to a Biology of Language?, Gabriel Dover -- 7. Language in an Epigenetic Framework, Donata Vercelli -- 8. Brain Wiring Optimization and Non-Genomic Nativism, Christopher Cherniak -- Part 2: On Language -- 9. Hierarchy, Merge, and Truth, Wolfram Hinzen -- 10. Two Interfaces, James Higginbotham -- 11. Movement and Concepts of Locality, Luigi Rizzi -- 12. Uninterpretable Features in Syntactic Evolutiion, Juan Uriagereka -- 13. The Brain Differentiates Hierarchical and Probabilistic Grammars, Angela D. Friederici -- 14. Round Table: Language Universals: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, Cedric Boeckz, Janet Dean Fodor, Lila Gleitman, Luigi Rizzi -- Part 3: On Acquisition -- 15. Innate Learning and Beyond, Rochel Gelman -- 16. The Learned Component of Language Learning, Lila Gleitman -- 17. Syntactic Acquisition: An Evaluation Measure After All?, Janet Dean Fodor -- 18. Remarks on the Individual Basis for Linguistic Structures, Thomas G. Bever -- Part 4: Open Talks on Open Inquiries -- 19. The Illusion of Biological variation: A Minimalist Approach to the Mind, Marc D. Hauser -- 20. What is There in Universal Grammar? On Innate and Specific Aspects of Language, Itziar Laka -- 21. Individual Differences in Foreigh Sound Perception, Nuria Sebastian-Galles -- 22. Language and the Brain, Angela D. Friederici -- 23. Conclusion, Noam Chomsky.
E = Einstein
Author: Donald Goldsmith, Marcia Bartusiak
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 1402763190
Pages: 352
Year: 2008-08-01
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Paying tribute to the founding father of the Theory of Relativity, this brilliant collection of 30 essays, presented by three prominent scientist/editors, explores the life, theories, and legacy of one of science's most legendary thinkers.
Worship and Liturgy in Context
Author: Duncan B. Forrester, Doug Gay
Publisher: Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd
ISBN: 0334041686
Pages: 301
Year: 2008-09-01
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Shows how Christian worship in its many and changing forms interacts in significant and interesting ways with its varying contexts - cultural, social, political, economic. Giving special attention to Scotland, this title also challenges the Churches and believers to renewal of the worship of God in spirit and in truth.