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Shadows in the Silence

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In the final installment of the stunning Angelfire trilogy, Courtney Allison Moulton brings her dark and compelling world of epic battles and blistering romance to a blazingly bright conclusion. The ultimate battle for Heaven and Earth against Lilith, Sammael, and the armies of Hell will be a struggle to win—and even survive. As the Archangel Gabriel, Ellie knows that the darkest and toughest moments are still to come, but she has everything to fight for: for Will, for humanity, and to save herself. Full of cinematic, gripping action and blistering battle scenes, as well as epic romance, Shadows in the Silence is perfect for fans of Kelley Armstrong, Cynthia Hand, and Lauren Kate.

Strengths-Based School Counseling

Strengths-Based School Counseling Pdf/ePub eBook Author: JohnP. Galassi
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Despite calls for a more preventive and developmental mode of functioning, school counseling has tended to be driven by a reactive and sometimes crisis orientation. Like social workers and school, counseling, and clinical psychologists, school counselors typically function to alleviate deficits, often in a small percentage of the students they serve. Although this orientation has served school counselors well in many instances, it is not empowering, it does not serve all students, and it does not replace those deficits with the type of positive characteristics and abilities that schools are attempting to develop. This is the first book to provide a comprehensive look at the theory, research, and intervention strategies that comprise a strengths-based, developmental approach to school counseling. In keeping with ASCA recommendations, the Strengths-Based School Counseling (SBSC) framework discusses academic, personal/social and career development outcomes for all students at the elementary, middle and secondary school levels. Other key features include: integrative frameworkSBSC builds upon contemporary research from a variety of areas: school counseling, developmental psychology, school psychology, education, positive psychology, resiliency, and social work. evidence-based interventionsdetailed examples of successful evidence-based interventions and environments are presented at the elementary, middle, and high school levels for each major developmental area (academic, personal/social, and career) identified in ASCAs National Model. readability and pedagogybeautifully written, the text includes lists of key points, tables of student strengths, illustrative examples, and student exercises.

Wings of the Wicked

Wings of the Wicked Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Courtney Allison Moulton
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ISBN: 006210215X
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Life as the Preliator is harder than Ellie ever imagined. Balancing real life with the responsibility of being Heaven's warrior is a challenge for Ellie. Her relationship with Will has become all business, though they both long for each other. And now that the secret of who she really is has come out, so have Hell's strongest reapers. Grown bold and more vicious, the demonic threaten her in the light of day and stalk her in the night. She's been warned. Cadan, a demonic reaper, comes to her with information about Bastian's new plan to destroy Ellie's soul and use an ancient relic to wake all the souls of the damned and unleash them upon humanity. As she fights to stay ahead of Bastian's schemes, the revelations about those closest to her awaken a dark power within Ellie that threatens to destroy everything—including herself. She'll be betrayed. Treachery comes even from those whom she loves, and Ellie is broken by the deaths of those who stood beside her in this Heavenly war. Still, she must find a way to save the world, herself, and her love for Will. If she fails, there will be Hell to pay.

Talk on the Wild Side

Talk on the Wild Side Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Lane Greene
Editor: The Economist
ISBN: 1610398343
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Talk on the Wild Side by Lane Greene Summary

Language is the most human invention. Spontaneous, unruly, passionate, and erratic it resists every attempt to discipline or regularize it--a history celebrated here in all its irreverent glory. Language is a wild thing. It is vague and anarchic. Style, meaning, and usage are continually on the move. Throughout history, for every mutation, idiosyncrasy, and ubiquitous mistake, there have been countervailing rules, pronouncements and systems making some attempt to bring language to heel. From the utopian language-builder to the stereotypical grammatical stickler to the programmer trying to teach a computer to translate, Lane Greene takes the reader through a multi-disciplinary survey of the many different ways in which we attempt to control language, exploring the philosophies, motivations, and complications of each. The result is a highly readable caper that covers history, linguistics, politics, and grammar with the ease and humor of a dinner party anecdote. Talk on the Wild Side is both a guide to the great debates and controversies of usage, and a love letter to language itself. Holding it together is Greene's infectious enthusiasm for his subject. While you can walk away with the finer points of who says "whom" and the strange history of "buxom" schoolboys, most of all, it inspires awe in language itself: for its elegance, resourcefulness, and power.

The Organic Grain Grower

The Organic Grain Grower Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jack Lazor
Editor: Chelsea Green Publishing
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The ultimate guide to growing organic grains on a small and ecological scale, The Organic Grain Grower is invaluable for both home-scale and commercial producers interested in expanding their resiliency and crop diversity through growing their own grains. Longtime farmer and organic pioneer Jack Lazor covers how to grow and store wheat, barley, oats, corn, dry beans, soybeans, pulse crops, oilseeds, grasses, nutrient-dense forages, and lesser-known cereals. In addition to detailed cultivation and processing information, Lazor argues the importance of integrating grains on the organic farm (not to mention for the local-food system) for reasons of biodiversity and whole farm management. Including extensive information on: The history of grain growing and consumption in North America The twenty-first century and the birth of the local-food movement Considering your farm's scale and climate Understanding soil fertility and structure Planting your crop (including spring vs. fall cereals and preparing your soil) The growing and ripening process (reproductive, milk, hard-and-soft dough stages) The grain harvest Preparing grain for sale, storage, or end use (drying, cleaning seed, grain handling) Seed breeding and saving Machinery, infrastructure, and processing (both home-scale tools and larger farm equipment) Grinding grains for livestock rations (including how to put together a ration based on protein content) and sample rations for dairy cows, pigs, and chickens Processing grains for human consumption Additional resources and information for new grain farmers, and more... Beginners will learn how to grow enough wheat for a year's supply of bread flour for their homestead, and farmers will learn how to become part of a grain co-op, working alongside artisan bakers and mills. Never before has there been a guide to growing organic grains applicable both for the home-scale and professional farming scale. This will be a classic for decades to come and a crucial addition to any farmer's, homesteader's, gardener's, agronomist's, or seed-saver's library.

Angelfire

Angelfire Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Courtney Allison Moulton
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062069667
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Angelfire by Courtney Allison Moulton Summary

First there are nightmares. Every night Ellie is haunted by terrifying dreams of monstrous creatures that are hunting her, killing her. Then come the memories. When Ellie meets Will, she feels on the verge of remembering something just beyond her grasp. His attention is intense and romantic, and Ellie feels like her soul has known him for centuries. On her seventeenth birthday, on a dark street at midnight, Will awakens Ellie's power, and she knows that she can fight the creatures that stalk her in the grim darkness. Only Will holds the key to Ellie's memories, whole lifetimes of them, and when she looks at him, she can no longer pretend anything was just a dream. Now she must hunt. Ellie has power that no one can match, and her role is to hunt and kill the reapers that prey on human souls. But in order to survive the dangerous and ancient battle of the angels and the Fallen, she must also hunt for the secrets of her past lives and truths that may be too frightening to remember.

The Shock Doctrine

The Shock Doctrine Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Naomi Klein
Editor: Vintage Canada
ISBN: 0307371301
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The shock doctrine is the unofficial story of how the "free market" came to dominate the world, from Chile to Russia, China to Iraq, South Africa to Canada. But it is a story radically different from the one usually told. It is a story about violence and shock perpetrated on people, on countries, on economies. About a program of social and economic engineering that Naomi Klein calls "disaster capitalism." Based on breakthrough historical research and 4 years of reporting in disaster zones, Klein explodes the myth that the global free market triumphed democratically, and that unfettered capitalism goes hand-in-hand with democracy. Instead, she argues it has consistently relied on violence and shock, and reveals the puppet strings behind the critical events of the last 40 years. "The shock doctrine" is the influential but little understood theory that in order to push through profoundly unpopular policies that enrich the few and impoverish the many, there must be a collective crisis or disaster—real or manufactured. Klein vividly traces the origins of modern shock tactics to the economic lab of the University of Chicago under Milton Friedman in the 60s, and beyond to the CIA-funded electroshock experiments at McGill in the 50s which helped write the torture manuals used today at Guantanamo Bay. She details the events of the recent past that have been deliberate theatres for the shock doctrine: among them, Pinochet’s coup in Chile in 1973, the Tiananmen Square Massacre in 1989, the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991; and, more recently, the September 11 attacks, the invasion of Iraq, the Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina. And she shows how—in the hands of the Bush Administration—the "war on terror" is a thin cover for a thriving destruction/reconstruction complex, with disasters, wars and homeland security fuelling a booming new economy. Naomi Klein has once again written a book that will change the way we see the world.

The Role of Companion Animals in Counseling and Psychology

The Role of Companion Animals in Counseling and Psychology Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jane K. Wilkes
Editor: Charles C Thomas Publisher
ISBN: 0398085692
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The Role of Companion Animals in Counseling and Psychology by Jane K. Wilkes Summary

The human health benefits derived from relationships with companion animals has attracted an abundance of scientific interest and research. However, there is a need for theoretical conceptualizations in order to understand the healing benefits of human-animal interactions. The goal of this book is to seek these answers and the OC howOCO and OC whyOCO companion animals play a role in counseling and psychology. In-depth semi-structured interviews were conducted with three psychologists who use animals in their therapy settings. The focus of these interviews was to determine the experiences of having a companion animal present during therapy sessions. The results revealed that pets in therapy: (1) enhanced the therapeutic alliance/relationship, (2) revived the therapeutic environment, (3) improved professional practice, and (4) created a sense of sacredness. The therapy animals seemed to provide the trust and safety needed for clients to work within the transitional space and that the animals may act as transitional objects for some clients. This book suggests that therapy animals are extremely helpful in providing a sense of safety for traumatized clients and could act as catalysts, especially with defensive and/or detached clients. Unique features include: discussion of the domestication of companion animals; research into the human-animal bond; social and psychological support theory; descriptions of methods used; object relations theory and Winnicott's Concepts; implications for the practice of counseling and psychology; professional and ethical considerations; and suggestions for future research. Replete with informative appendices that will serve as valuable knowledge, this book is a significant resource on the subject of animal-assisted therapy for mental health professionals such as counselors, clinical social workers, psychologists, and skilled therapists"

Wardens of Eternity

Wardens of Eternity Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Courtney Allison Moulton
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Magic and magical creatures. Immortal gods and goddesses. History and mythology. Strap in for this action-packed YA novel that that takes place over the days leading up to World War II, when Ziva must rely on her wit and magic to outmaneuver Nazis and ancient Egyptian gods to prevent global destruction. Ziva has one memory of her parents, made the day they abandoned her on the streets of New York City when she was three years old. They left her with only a memory and a promise that she had a great and terrible destiny. Fifteen years later, Ziva discovers that destiny includes powers that she doesn’t understand and can barely control. Her magic attracts vicious, otherworldly monsters, and eventually compatriots to help her fight them. Sayer and Nasira know the secrets Ziva doesn’t; that Ziva is descended from Egyptian royalty and in possession of ancient magic passed down from the time of the gods. They promise to teach Ziva to control her magic and to give her the family she’s always yearned for. But trouble is brewing in the world around them; darkness is descending on Hitler’s Germany, threatening World War II. As the last heir of a revered Egyptian queen, Ziva is the only one with the power to prevent another costly global conflict. As Ziva navigates her newfound abilities and makes a connection with Anubis and other Egyptian gods, the Nazis are hunting for the ultimate weapon, and Ziva has caught their interest. Wardens of Eternity Is written by Courtney Moulton, author of the acclaimed Angelfire series Is an action-packed page-turner that blends history, mythology, and magic Is a clean teen historical fantasy; perfect for fans of Rick Riordan and Kiersten White

Central Asia and the Caucasus

Central Asia and the Caucasus Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Touraj Atabaki,Sanjyot Mehendale
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134319932
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Central Asia and the Caucasus by Touraj Atabaki,Sanjyot Mehendale Summary

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, a number of linkages have been established between newly independent Central Asian states, or populations within them, and diaspora ethnic groups. This book explores the roles that diaspora communities play in the recent and ongoing emergence of national identities in Central Asia and the Caucasus. The loyalties of these communities are divided between their countries of residence and those states that serve as homeland of their particular ethno-cultural nation, and are further complicated by connections with contested transnational notions of common cultures and 'peoples'. Written by highly respected experts in the field, the book addresses issues such as nationalism, conflict, population movement, global civil society, Muslim communities in China and relations between the new nation-states and Russia. This innovative book will interest students and researchers of transnationalism and Central Asian studies.

Emerging Trends in Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, and Systems Biology

Emerging Trends in Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, and Systems Biology Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Hamid R Arabnia,Quoc Nam Tran
Editor: Morgan Kaufmann
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Emerging Trends in Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, and Systems Biology by Hamid R Arabnia,Quoc Nam Tran Summary

Emerging Trends in Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, and Systems Biology discusses the latest developments in all aspects of computational biology, bioinformatics, and systems biology and the application of data-analytics and algorithms, mathematical modeling, and simu- lation techniques. • Discusses the development and application of data-analytical and theoretical methods, mathematical modeling, and computational simulation techniques to the study of biological and behavioral systems, including applications in cancer research, computational intelligence and drug design, high-performance computing, and biology, as well as cloud and grid computing for the storage and access of big data sets. • Presents a systematic approach for storing, retrieving, organizing, and analyzing biological data using software tools with applications to general principles of DNA/RNA structure, bioinformatics and applications, genomes, protein structure, and modeling and classification, as well as microarray analysis. • Provides a systems biology perspective, including general guidelines and techniques for obtaining, integrating, and analyzing complex data sets from multiple experimental sources using computational tools and software. Topics covered include phenomics, genomics, epigenomics/epigenetics, metabolomics, cell cycle and checkpoint control, and systems biology and vaccination research. • Explains how to effectively harness the power of Big Data tools when data sets are so large and complex that it is difficult to process them using conventional database management systems or traditional data processing applications. Discusses the development and application of data-analytical and theoretical methods, mathematical modeling and computational simulation techniques to the study of biological and behavioral systems. Presents a systematic approach for storing, retrieving, organizing and analyzing biological data using software tools with applications. Provides a systems biology perspective including general guidelines and techniques for obtaining, integrating and analyzing complex data sets from multiple experimental sources using computational tools and software.

Angel Fire

Angel Fire Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Marie Johnston
Editor: LE Publishing
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Odessa’s a nerdy angel who just wants to keep to herself. Her unpopular father works in the government of their realm. She doesn’t get along with her sister, and no one talks about what happened to her mother. So Odessa has no one to turn to for help with the staggering fear she lives under each day, a terror born from childhood trauma. Until she spots the announcement of a gala for a warrior in need of a mate. Bryant would rather chew his wings off than get mated, but orders are orders. He’s been erratic in the field, taking unnecessary risks, and is cranky with his team. His boss hopes a mate will stabilize him. But Bryant understands what the rest of the realm won’t admit. His face full of scars makes him nightmare material, not mate material, for a realm full of vain angels. When an ethereally gorgeous female accepts his request, Bryant is leery. Then he learns who Odessa really is—the daughter of the man responsible for his injuries. But when Odessa’s attacked, Bryant has to get over his resentment. Because he’s the only thing between her and death, and together they might be able to save their realm. Can these enemies to lovers make it work and the save the realm? Angel Fire is a paranormal romance featuring angels and demons.

Cuban Underground Hip Hop

Cuban Underground Hip Hop Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tanya L. Saunders
Editor: University of Texas Press
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In the wake of the 1959 Cuban Revolution, a key state ideology developed: racism was a systemic cultural issue that ceased to exist after the Revolution, and any racism that did persist was a result of contained cases of individual prejudice perpetuated by US influence. Even after the state officially pronounced the end of racism within its borders, social inequalities tied to racism, sexism, and homophobia endured, and, during the economic liberalization of the 1990s, widespread economic disparities began to reemerge. Cuban Underground Hip Hop focuses on a group of self-described antiracist, revolutionary youth who initiated a social movement (1996–2006) to educate and fight against these inequalities through the use of arts-based political activism intended to spur debate and enact social change. Their “revolution” was manifest in altering individual and collective consciousness by critiquing nearly all aspects of social and economic life tied to colonial legacies. Using over a decade of research and interviews with those directly involved, Tanya L. Saunders traces the history of the movement from its inception and the national and international debates that it spawned to the exodus of these activists/artists from Cuba and the creative vacuum they left behind. Shedding light on identity politics, race, sexuality, and gender in Cuba and the Americas, Cuban Underground Hip Hop is a valuable case study of a social movement that is a part of Cuba’s longer historical process of decolonization.

Angels of Fire

Angels of Fire Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Candice Smithyman
Editor: Destiny Image Publishers
ISBN: 0768457793
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The supernatural link between angels of fire and the coming move of Gods glory! The angelic host has been with us from the beginning. While they are not often recognized by the human eye, they have been present all along and are vital to the work of God being fulfilled in the Earth. When you learn how to recognize these unique angels and how they are operating, you will be able to participate with them to bring about the accelerated healing, restoration, purification, and all of the other end-time signs of global Holy Spirit outpouring. Angels are preparing the way for the greatest move of God in human history. Discover how you can join in with their preparation and experience this end-times outpouring today! Candice Smithyman is a TV host, prophetic author, and supernatural minister. She carries a powerful revelation about the vital link between the Angels of Fire, Gods end-time outpouring of glory, and how you fit into the unfolding of heavens history-making, world-shaking agenda. Discover ancient truths about the angelic, such as how: Angels are Word-activated─not by human words, but by the Word of God. Angels help bring Gods plans and purposes to pass in your life. Angels are assigned to a person at conception─often identified as guardian angels. Angels cooperate with people, fulfilling divine assignments to see renewal and revival break out in the Earth. Angels participate in divine healing: learn how to partner with their activity while praying for the sick. Angel activity, colors, and operations in the throne room of God will stir your hunger to experience greater open-heaven encounters. Angels will be ushering in the end-time--revival and the more we know, the better equipped we will be to participate with God as He returns

Environment and Self-Endangered Man

Environment and Self-Endangered Man Pdf/ePub eBook Author: J.V. Amin
Editor: Scientific Publishers
ISBN: 9387741559
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Environment and Self-Endangered Man by J.V. Amin Summary

The book traces the history of the environment movement and defines environment as a resource platform shared by all life forms. Resources of land, water and air and controversies of ozone hole and global warming are discussed from the view points of environmentalists, conservationists, developers, administrators, scientists and general public. There is also a wealth of information on subjects ranging from destruction of rain forests to coral reefs, from water sheds to wetlands and dam and river management. A number of colored photographs lend emphasis to the narrative of the text, and all chapters of the book carry a large number of references that can be used for further reading. A partial list of threatened and endangered species from the IUCN's 'Red Book' is given in appendix; it brings home the extent of the environmental degradation that has occurred. The book can be used as a text for environmental studies, as a required reading in advance courses in social studies, environmental planning, rural studies and a host of allied subjects; and NGOs, social activists, and consumer advocates will be able to use the book as reference source in their libraries and discussions.

Interdisciplinarity, Multidisciplinarity and Transdisciplinarity in Humanities

Interdisciplinarity, Multidisciplinarity and Transdisciplinarity in Humanities Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Eugene Steele
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443889628
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Interdisciplinarity, Multidisciplinarity and Transdisciplinarity in Humanities by Eugene Steele Summary

The domination of single subjects in academic programmes and institutions has recently been called into question. Literary studies are currently opening themselves up to the epistemological renewal that other fields can offer. They are increasingly borrowing theoretical tools from other subjects in order to analyse the historical, socio-political and institutional conditions of the production of literary texts, to identify the general discursive circumstances in which they emerge, and to study the relationship between literature and other media. Similarly, while subjects such as sociology, history, and political science have always been closely related – if not literally spinoffs from one another, as in the case of sociology vis-à-vis anthropology – what becomes of their specificities when they borrow from geography to address space-related issues, from psychology to understand social actors’ individual motivations, or from literary studies to make sense of individual or collective narratives? The present volume accounts for experiments in research that overstep disciplinary boundaries by analysing the new fields and methodologies emerging in the contemporary globalised academic environment, which puts a strong premium on synergism and linkages. Moreover, it assesses current theoretical reflections on inter-, multi- and transdisciplinarity, as well as research grounded in it, and measures their impact on the evolution of scholarship and curriculum in the fields of literature, language and humanities.

The World of Angela Carter

The World of Angela Carter Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dani Cavallaro
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 0786487232
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The World of Angela Carter by Dani Cavallaro Summary

Angela Carter, a prolific author who worked in numerous genres, remains one of the most important British writers of the last century. She was particularly renowned for her investigation of cultural mythologies, which shape our lives but which we often leave unexamined. This text explores a selection of Carter's novels and short stories, supplemented with her perspectives on politics, society and aesthetics, and her attempts to redefine popular genres such as the fairy tale. This critical work is a strong addition to the scholarship on this important but often overlooked writer.

I, Justine

I, Justine Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Justine Ezarik
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 147679152X
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER A one-woman media phenomenon and a leading YouTube influencer takes readers behind the camera, and deep inside her world. Justine Ezarik has been tech-obsessed since unboxing her family’s first Apple computer. By sixth grade she had built her first website. A decade later, she became one of the Internet’s first—and most popular—“lifecasters,” inviting people around the world to watch her every move, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. But it was a one-minute video about an itemized AT&T bill that gave Justine her first taste of viral success: Within ten days of release, her “300-page iPhone bill” had garnered more than 3 million views and international media attention. These days, iJustine is a one-woman new media phenomenon: The popular techie, gamer, vlogger, and digital influencer has an army of nearly 3.5 million subscribers across multiple YouTube channels, with total views approaching half a billion. Now, Justine is giving friends and fans a look behind the scenes, sharing never-before-told stories about the hilarious (and sometimes heartbreaking) reality of sharing your life online. With her trademark wit and delightfully weird sense of humor, Justine delivers an inspirational message in support of creativity, entrepreneurship, and the power of staying true to yourself, while reminding readers that the Internet is a very small world—you just never know who you’re going to meet.

When Scotland Was Jewish

When Scotland Was Jewish Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Elizabeth Caldwell Hirschman,Donald N. Yates
Editor: McFarland
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When Scotland Was Jewish by Elizabeth Caldwell Hirschman,Donald N. Yates Summary

The popular image of Scotland is dominated by widely recognized elements of Celtic culture. But a significant non–Celtic influence on Scotland’s history has been largely ignored for centuries? This book argues that much of Scotland’s history and culture from 1100 forward is Jewish. The authors provide evidence that many of the national heroes, villains, rulers, nobles, traders, merchants, bishops, guild members, burgesses, and ministers of Scotland were of Jewish descent, their ancestors originating in France and Spain. Much of the traditional historical account of Scotland, it is proposed, rests on fundamental interpretive errors, perpetuated in order to affirm Scotland’s identity as a Celtic, Christian society. A more accurate and profound understanding of Scottish history has thus been buried. The authors’ wide-ranging research includes examination of census records, archaeological artifacts, castle carvings, cemetery inscriptions, religious seals, coinage, burgess and guild member rolls, noble genealogies, family crests, portraiture, and geographic place names.

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from Joshua Thru Ruth

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from Joshua Thru Ruth Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charles Babers
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
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Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from Joshua Thru Ruth by Charles Babers Summary

“Journey Through God’s Word” is a versatile and easy to use system for teaching children between the ages of 5 and 12 the Word of God. More than just a set of lessons, it is a comprehensive curriculum that provides every resource that you might need to be a successful Bible teacher. The various elements of the curriculum are designed to support all the different ways that children learn and all the different methods and techniques that teachers use to teach. It tells you WHAT to teach, but not HOW to teach it, leaving you free to use your individual imagination and creativity to make each lesson your own. We’ve done all the hard work to make sure that you have all that you need. The only things missing are the students...and YOU! Lessons From Joshua thru Ruth contains 18 lessons from the books of Joshua, Judges and Ruth, and includes such stories as Joshua and the Battle of Jericho, The Day the Sun Stood Still, Samson and Delilah, and the Story of Ruth.

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from Genesis

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from Genesis Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charles Babers
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Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from Genesis by Charles Babers Summary

“Journey Through God’s Word” is a versatile and easy to use system for teaching children between the ages of 5 and 12 the Word of God. More than just a set of lessons, it is a comprehensive curriculum that provides every resource that you might need to be a successful Bible teacher. The various elements of the curriculum are designed to support all the different ways that children learn and all the different methods and techniques that teachers use to teach. It tells you WHAT to teach, but not HOW to teach it, leaving you free to use your individual imagination and creativity to make each lesson your own. We’ve done all the hard work to make sure that you have all that you need. The only things missing are the students...and YOU! Lessons From Genesis contains 32 stories from the first book of the Bible, Genesis, including stories such as: The Creation, Cain & Abel, Noah's Ark, the Tower of Babel, Abraham Sacrificing Isaac, and Joseph in Egypt.

Angels Fall

Angels Fall Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nora Roberts
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101146834
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Angels Fall by Nora Roberts Summary

#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts explores the wilds of the Grand Tetons—and the mysteries of love, murder, and madness—in this engrossing and passionate novel. The sole survivor of a brutal crime back East, Reece Gilmore settles in Angel’s Fall, Wyoming—temporarily, at least—and takes a job at a local diner. One day, while hiking in the mountains, she peers through her binoculars and sees a couple arguing on the bank of the churning Snake River. And suddenly, the man is on top of the woman, his hands around her throat... By the time Reece reaches a gruff loner named Brody farther down the trail, the pair is gone. And when authorities comb the area where she saw the attack, they find no trace that anyone was even there. No one in Angel’s Fall seems to believe Reece—except Brody, despite his seeming impatience and desire to keep her at arm’s length. When a series of menacing events makes it clear that someone wants her out of the way, Reece must put her trust in Brody—and herself—to find out if there is a killer in Angel’s Fall, before it’s too late.

Chronic Illnesses, Syndromes, and Rare Disorders

Chronic Illnesses, Syndromes, and Rare Disorders Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Marlene Targ Brill
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 144225162X
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Chronic Illnesses, Syndromes, and Rare Disorders by Marlene Targ Brill Summary

In addition to providing specific information about a number of conditions that affect thousands of teens every year—Celiac, Crohns, Down Syndrome, Hemophilia, Melanoma, Multiple Sclerosis, Phenylketonuria, Sickle Cell, and Tourette Syndrome—this book also offers general advice to teens who face medical challenges in general. An invaluable resource for young adults and their families, Chronic Illnesses, Syndromes, and Rare Disorders: The Ultimate Teen Guide offers hope to the many thousands of people looking for answers.

The Return of Christ

The Return of Christ Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Robin Corner
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At the time of writing, covid-19 is raging around the world and fears of global warming, war, economic collapse and famine are widespread. But is it possible that these things are signs of the long-awaited return of Jesus Christ as prophesied in the Bible? For the first time in history, the Christian Gospel is being taught in every nation on earth. Large numbers of people are becoming Christians in India, China, other parts of Asia, Africa and South America, even as in traditionally Christian countries, many are leaving the church. And if Christ returns as promised, what will that look like? What will be happening on earth? Robin was aware of many theories, so decided to research the issue himself, initially just by reading what the Bible has to say on it. In this book, he looks at beliefs held over the centuries. He examines the scriptures and draws some surprising answers from many often-overlooked, simple passages. If you are new to this topic, you will find the book fascinating. And if you have studied it for years, be prepared to be surprised and challenged!

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons, Condensed

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons, Condensed Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charles Babers
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“Journey Through God’s Word” is a versatile and easy to use system for teaching children between the ages of 5 and 12 the Word of God. More than just a set of lessons, it is a comprehensive curriculum that provides every resource that you might need to be a successful Bible teacher. The various elements of the curriculum are designed to support all the different ways that children learn and all the different methods and techniques that teachers use to teach. It tells you WHAT to teach, but not HOW to teach it, leaving you free to use your individual imagination and creativity to make each lesson your own. We’ve done all the hard work to make sure that you have all that you need. The only things missing are the students...and YOU! Condensed Lessons are two-page summaries of each of the lessons that are part of the Journey Through God’s Word curriculum. They may be used alone or in conjunction with the full lessons and the other curriculum resources.

The "People Power" Education Superbook: Book 5. Academic Subjects/ the Realm of Ideas (Knowledge Resource Guide, Not Math or Science)

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The "People Power" Education Superbook: Book 5. Academic Subjects/ the Realm of Ideas (Knowledge Resource Guide, Not Math or Science) by Tony Kelbrat Summary

This is a book to help you quickly find the information you’re looking for at the library, on websites, through publishers who sell books and magazines, organizations, etc. Think of it as my attempt to organize a framework for the academic world in two books. Book 1 is almost everything. The second book is math and science.

Capitalism, The American Empire, and Neoliberal Globalization

Capitalism, The American Empire, and Neoliberal Globalization Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kenneth E. Bauzon
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This book looks at facets in the history of capitalism from the Enlightenment period, through the emergence of the American Empire in the Pacific, and to the contemporary era of neoliberal globalization. This re-telling of history is done by drawing from the works of E. San Juan, Jr. (henceforth, San Juan), considered arguably one of the great contemporary cultural and literary critics of our time. In this author's view, San Juan's lifetime of works offer a living documentation of, among others, the history and thought of the modern world highlighted by the rise of capitalism through the contemporary era of neoliberal globalization, and shepherded to its hegemonic status by what stands today as the preeminent empire of the United States. The book underscores the symbiosis between contemporary capitalism as an economic system based on accumulation on the one hand, and the American imperial state on the other, just as it revisits the colonial project that was carried out in capitalism's wake, the violence and subjugation inflicted on its victims, and how this colonial project has morphed into a new form of colonialism (or neocolonialism) maintained and enforced through the rules and institutional mechanisms of what is popularly known as neoliberal globalization that also provides the ideological and legal rationale for the commodification and the ultimate grab of the global commons reminiscent of the classical, albeit cruder, form of colonialism.

Kiss an Angel

Kiss an Angel Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Susan Elizabeth Phillips
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Pretty, flighty Daisy Devreaux can either go to jail or marry the mystery man her father has chosen for her. Arranged marriages don't happen in the modern world, so how did the irrepressible Daisy find herself in this fix? Alex Markov, as humorless as he is deadly handsome, has no intention of playing the loving bridegroom to a spoiled little feather-head with champagne tastes. He drags Daisy from her uptown life to a broken down traveling circus and sets out to tame her to his ways. But this man without a soul has met his match in a woman who's nothing but heart. Before long, passion will send them flying sky high without a safety net... risking it all in search of a love that will last forever.

Cultural Sociology of Divorce

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While the formal definition of divorce may be concise and straightforward (legal termination of a marital union, dissolving bonds of matrimony between parties), the effects are anything but, particularly when children are involved. The Americans for Divorce Reform estimates that "40 or possibly even 50 percent of marriages will end in divorce if current trends continue." Outside the U.S., divorce rates have markedly increased across developed countries. Divorce and its effects are a significant social factor in our culture and others. It might be said that a whole "divorce industry" has been constructed, with divorce lawyers and mediators, family counselors, support groups, etc. As King Henry VIII's divorces showed, divorce has not always been easy or accepted. In some countries, divorce is not permitted and even in Europe, countries such as Spain, Italy, Portugal, and the Republic of Ireland legalized divorce only in the latter quarter of the 20th century. This multi-disciplinary encyclopedia covers curricular subjects related to divorce as examined by disciplines ranging from marriage and the family to anthropology, social and legal history, developmental and clinical psychology, and religion, all through a lens of cultural sociology. Features: 550 signed entries, A-to-Z, fill 3 volumes (1,500 pages) in print and electronic formats, offering the most detailed reference work available on issues related to divorce, both in the U.S. and globally. Cross-References and Further Readings guide readers to additional resources. A Chronology provides students with context via a historical perspective of divorce. In the electronic version, the comprehensive Index combines with Cross-References and thematic Reader's Guide themes to provide convenient search-and-browse capabilities. For state and nation entries, uniform entry structure combined with an abundance of statistics facilitates comparison between and across states and nations. Appendices provide further annotated sources of data and statistics.

What Environmentalists Need to Know About Economics

What Environmentalists Need to Know About Economics Pdf/ePub eBook Author: J. Scorse
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Easy-to-read and filled with real-world examples of the most complex environmental challenges, this book demonstrates that sound economic analysis and reasoning can be one of the environmental community's strongest allies. This is sure to become an invaluable resource for students, environmental organizations, and policymakers.

The Social Construction and Use of Landscape and Public Space in the Age of Migration

The Social Construction and Use of Landscape and Public Space in the Age of Migration Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mohammed Al-Khanbashi
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With the rare researches that focus on the cross-cultural aspects, this book tends to investigate how Arab immigrants construct and use landscape and public space in Berlin as a host city. The approach of social constructivist landscape research is chosen to highlight the effects of past and present in their experiences, including the effect of home and childhood period, social and cultural background, previous and current migration experiences including the level of integration and patterns of settlements, the importance of networking including the sense of community and groups and shared interests, as well as place attachment, and hybridization. Biographical semi-structured interviews with 72 Arab immigrants in Berlin were conducted, in addition to both participant and site observation.

The Coloured Atlas of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Jordan and Their Uses (Volume Two)

The Coloured Atlas of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Jordan and Their Uses (Volume Two) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jamal Ragheb Said Qasem
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The Coloured Atlas of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Jordan and Their Uses (Volume Two) by Jamal Ragheb Said Qasem Summary

This book introduces the first part of a collection of exquisite coloured photographs which illustrate diverse wild medicinal and aromatic plant species in Jordan. It discusses 281 species from 58 families recorded from 400m below sea level (in the Dead Sea and the Jordan valley) to 2000m above sea level (in the North), and from the deserts of al-Azraq and Wadi Rum in the East and the South to the lush, black soils in the North, and along the Jordan River and water channels in the West. Information on species taxonomy and botanical affiliation, chemical constituents, plant parts used in medication, medicinal and pharmacological importance, healing properties and uses in folk medicine is also presented. As such, the book is a valuable resource on diverse wild plant species of different growth habits and habitats used for culinary, health and other purposes.

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from Ezra Thru Isaiah

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“Journey Through God’s Word” is a versatile and easy to use system for teaching children between the ages of 5 and 12 the Word of God. More than just a set of lessons, it is a comprehensive curriculum that provides every resource that you might need to be a successful Bible teacher. The various elements of the curriculum are designed to support all the different ways that children learn and all the different methods and techniques that teachers use to teach. It tells you WHAT to teach, but not HOW to teach it, leaving you free to use your individual imagination and creativity to make each lesson your own. We’ve done all the hard work to make sure that you have all that you need. The only things missing are the students...and YOU! Lessons From Ezra thru Isaiah contains 25 lessons from 8 books, and includes such stories as Nehemiah Rebuilding the Walls of Jerusalem, the Story of Queen Esther, the Patience of Job, the Psalms, and the Story of Isaiah.

African American Fraternities and Sororities

African American Fraternities and Sororities Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tamara L. Brown,Gregory S. Parks,Clarenda M. Phillips
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African American Fraternities and Sororities by Tamara L. Brown,Gregory S. Parks,Clarenda M. Phillips Summary

The first African American fraternities and sororities were established at the turn of the twentieth century to encourage leadership, racial pride, and academic excellence among black college students confronting the legacy of slavery and the indignities of Jim Crow segregation. With a strong presence that endures on today's campuses, African American fraternities and sororities claim legendary artists, politicians, theologians, inventors, intellectuals, educators, civil rights leaders, and athletes in their ranks. In this second edition of African American Fraternities and Sororities: The Legacy and the Vision, editors Tamara L. Brown, Gregory S. Parks, and Clarenda M. Phillips have added new chapters that address issues such as the role of Christian values in black Greek-letter organizations and the persistence of hazing. Offering an overview of the historical, cultural, political, and social circumstances that have shaped these groups, African American Fraternities and Sororities explores the profound contributions that black Greek-letter organizations and their members have made to America. New in the second edition: • Examination of the relationship between Christian values and organizational identity • Investigation of hazing rituals • Survey of academic performance in black Greek-letter organizations • Discourse on notions of masculinity in black Greek-letter organizations • Accounts of the professional lives of black Greek luminaries

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from First and Second Kings

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from First and Second Kings Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charles Babers
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“Journey Through God’s Word” is a versatile and easy to use system for teaching children the Word of God. More than just a set of lessons, it is a comprehensive curriculum that provides every resource that you might need to be a successful Bible teacher. The various elements of the curriculum are designed to support all the different ways that children learn and all the different methods and techniques that teachers use to teach. It tells you WHAT to teach, but not HOW to teach it, leaving you free to use your individual imagination and creativity to make each lesson your own. We’ve done all the hard work to make sure that you have all that you need. The only things missing are the students...and YOU! Lessons from 1st & 2nd Kings contains 26 lessons, and includes stories such as the Wisdom of King Solomon, the Queen of Sheba, the Division of the Kingdom, the Kings of Israel and Judah, Elijah and the Prophets of Baal, Elijah's Chariot of Fire, Elisha and Naaman, and the Boy Kings Josiah and Joash.

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from Jeremiah Thru Malachi

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from Jeremiah Thru Malachi Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charles Babers
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Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from Jeremiah Thru Malachi by Charles Babers Summary

“Journey Through God’s Word” is a versatile and easy to use system for teaching children between the ages of 5 and 12 the Word of God. More than just a set of lessons, it is a comprehensive curriculum that provides every resource that you might need to be a successful Bible teacher. The various elements of the curriculum are designed to support all the different ways that children learn and all the different methods and techniques that teachers use to teach. It tells you WHAT to teach, but not HOW to teach it, leaving you free to use your individual imagination and creativity to make each lesson your own. We’ve done all the hard work to make sure that you have all that you need. The only things missing are the students...and YOU! Lessons From Jeremiah thru Malachi contains 27 lessons from 16 books of prophecy, and includes such stories as Jeremiah and the Scroll, Ezekiel and the Dry Bones in the Valley, Daniel in the Lion’s Den, the Fiery Furnace, the Writing on the Wall, and Jonah and the Great Fish.

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from Exodus Thru Deuteronomy

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from Exodus Thru Deuteronomy Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charles Babers
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Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from Exodus Thru Deuteronomy by Charles Babers Summary

“Journey Through God’s Word” is a versatile and easy to use system for teaching children between the ages of 5 and 12 the Word of God. More than just a set of lessons, it is a comprehensive curriculum that provides every resource that you might need to be a successful Bible teacher. The various elements of the curriculum are designed to support all the different ways that children learn and all the different methods and techniques that teachers use to teach. It tells you WHAT to teach, but not HOW to teach it, leaving you free to use your individual imagination and creativity to make each lesson your own. We’ve done all the hard work to make sure that you have all that you need. The only things missing are the students...and YOU! Lessons From Exodus thru Deuteronomy contains 26 lessons from those 4 books, and includes such stories as Moses in Egypt, the Burning Bush, the Ten Commandments, Wanderings in the Wilderness for 40 Years, and the arrival at the Promised Land after 40 years.

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from First and Second Samuel

Journey Through God's Word - Lessons from First and Second Samuel Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charles Babers
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“Journey Through God’s Word” is a versatile and easy to use system for teaching children between the ages of 5 and 12 the Word of God. More than just a set of lessons, it is a comprehensive curriculum that provides every resource that you might need to be a successful Bible teacher. The various elements of the curriculum are designed to support all the different ways that children learn and all the different methods and techniques that teachers use to teach. It tells you WHAT to teach, but not HOW to teach it, leaving you free to use your individual imagination and creativity to make each lesson your own. We’ve done all the hard work to make sure that you have all that you need. The only things missing are the students...and YOU! Lessons From 1st and 2nd Samuel contains 20 lessons, and includes the stories of King Saul, King David, David and Goliath, David and Bathsheba, and David and Absalom.

Fundamentals of Forensic Science

Fundamentals of Forensic Science Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Max M. Houck,Jay A. Siegel
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Fundamentals of Forensic Science offers a complete look at the core topics of forensic science. It represents the most realistic view of the field by including areas that, while central to criminal investigation, fall outside the typical definition of criminalistics. These areas include pathology, entomology, anthropology, and other areas of scientific study unique to forensic textbooks. Organized by the timeline of a real case, the text begins with an introduction and history of forensic science. It then covers the methods of analysis used in most forensic examinations, addressing the biological, chemical and physical elements relevant to the field, and concluding with an examination of how forensic science intersects with law. Feature boxes throughout the text contain online resource listings, historical events in forensic science, practical issues in laboratory analysis, and topics for further reading or interest. This book is recommended for students in forensic science and professionals in the various forensic disciplines – fire, chemistry, crime scene, trace evidence, law enforcement personnel, lawyers, and defense attorneys. - Vivid, full-color illustrations that diagram key concepts and depict evidence encountered in the field - Straightforward unit organization that includes key terms, numerous feature boxes emphasizing resources on the World Wide Web, historical events in forensic science, practical issues in laboratory analysis, and topics for further reading - Effective pedagogy -including end-of-chapter questions- paired with a clear writing style makes this an invaluable resource for professors and students of forensic science

The "People Power" Love-Lust Superbook Book 15. The Dark Side of Dating (Pretenders, Rejection, Bad Dates,Crushes, Infatuation; Society Tells Us to Pair Up, Some People Are Not Dating Material)

The Author: Tony Kelbrat
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The "People Power" Love-Lust Superbook Book 15. The Dark Side of Dating (Pretenders, Rejection, Bad Dates,Crushes, Infatuation; Society Tells Us to Pair Up, Some People Are Not Dating Material) by Tony Kelbrat Summary

People are criticizing online dating like crazy but dating websites don't tell you that. For a lot of people, it's a big waste of money and time. For a lot of women, it's like fake flattery. A new female joins a dating website. All of a sudden, she's got 100 e-mails from guys interested in her but she doesn't know that these guys do this to every new female member. She thinks they're interested in her because of what she said in her profile and how she looks. Let's say she goes on 50 dates. Forty eight will be frogs or no match. The guy she feels comfortable with might live three thousand miles away. It's not just that. It's the myth that if you post a profile up, love is just around the corner. You still gotta deal with the real world, meet someone face to face and start a real relationship. There's another thing too. Your profile is up there for anyone to steal and put on youtube or to go public with it if you become a politician or famous in some way.

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