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Gabriel S Stand

Author : Jay B. Gaskill
ISBN : 9781771680097
Genre : Fiction
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Gabriel Standing Bear, a senator and popular environmentalist, has led some of the most effective ecological protection work to date. But ongoing climate chaos and environmental hysteria have spawned an anti-technological movement with a chilling hidden agenda: Gaia - the earth is a living organism and humans are a pathogen. The extremists running the movement are rich, charismatic and powerful and are plotting a political takeover to move forward with Gaia’s final cure: selective human extinction.While Gabriel tries to stop the movement led by the sociopathic Louise Berker, his efforts are thwarted by his ambitious but naive daughter, Snowfeather, as she unwittingly supports Berker and her followers. When the US government ratifies a seemingly innocuous treaty that grants the fanatics supreme power, and starts a cascade of events that will lead to the movement's ultimate outcome, Snowfeather must find a way out while Gabriel and his few allies make a final stand against the most dangerous politics in history.

City Of Gabriels

Author : Dennis Owsley
ISBN : 9781933370040
Genre : History
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City of the Gabriels: The Jazz History of St. Louis by Dennis Owsley City of the Gabriels presents St. Louis's jazz history from 1895 to 1973. Highlighted with striking images from each era, this coffee-table book describes the lively world of jazz from the Mississippi riverboats to the smoke-filled clubs of Gaslight Square. The book explores talents and personalities like Tom Turpin, Frank Trumbauer, Singleton Palmer, Clark Terry, Jeanne Trevor, Willie Akins, Miles Davis, and countless others. Beginning with the ragtime era that helped jazz take root, the narrative, authored by St. Louis jazz DJ Dennis Owsley, combines first-person accounts with deft commentary. Stories from and about musicians, club owners, and aficionados abound, and Owsley places them in context. City of the Gabriels is a must for lovers of jazz. The book gives a needed insight into an enduring culture in St. Louis. It also serves as the companion to the eponymous exhibit opening September 21, 2006, at The Sheldon Art Galleries in St. Louis.

Gabriel S Story

Author : David Anthony Durham
ISBN : 9780307425980
Genre : Fiction
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When Gabriel Lynch moves with his mother and brother from a brownstone in Baltimore to a dirt-floor hovel on a homestead in Kansas, he is not pleased. He does not dislike his new stepfather, a former slave, but he has no desire to submit to a life of drudgery and toil on the untamed prairie. So he joins up with a motley crew headed for Texas only to be sucked into an ever-westward wandering replete with a mindless violence he can neither abet nor avoid–a terrifying trek he penitently fears may never allow for a safe return. David Anthony Durham is a genuine talent bent on devastating originality and Gabriel’s Story is as formidable a debut as we have witnessed. From the Trade Paperback edition.

One Last Concert

Author : Christopher J. Holcroft
ISBN : 9780741484147
Genre : Fiction
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A British boys' choir is set to tour Australia when the unimaginable happens and their lives are catastrophically cut short. The church where the boys used to sing is sold and a young couple take ownership only to find they are given the monumental task of holding one last concert for the boys so their parents can farewell them. The problem is: how do you move on the spirits of the boys trapped on the Earthly plane and hold a concert for them without telling their parents the real reason? One Last Concert explores how to move on the spirits of people whose lives end too quickly, onto the next spiritual plane.

Journal Of Horticulture Cottage Gardener And Home Farmer

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Mountain Bicycling In The San Gabriels

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ISBN : 0899970788
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Describes 34 trips by mountain bicycle in the Angeles National Forest, just above Los Angeles. The book touches on each route's history, and gives total distance, elevation gain and approximate time required to complete it. An accurate topographic map accompanies each route. The rides range from very easy 2-mile trips to all-day 35- mile challenges.

Gabriels Knoglers Die Meteorologie

Author : Gabriel Knogler
ISBN : BSB:BSB10134049
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The Word Of God The Word Of Peace

Author : Patricia McCarthy
ISBN : 0814627897
Genre : Religion
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2002 Catholic Press Association Award Winner! Since peace is lived in the daily circumstances of life, The Word of God - the Word of Peace highlights the prophets who tried to help the people of their day find peace in the nitty gritty of life. It is not so much about the prophets as it is about the call of prophecy given each baptized person. The commitment to prophetic peace is highlighted in the teachings of Old and New Testament prophets illuminated by the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace. Section one of The Word of God - the Word of Peace invites us to reflect on God's request. The idea of peace is God's, and God invites others to spread the word. Section two follows with the response of the peacemaker, the decision to be with God in the work of peace. Section three focuses on the decisions for peace. When does justice, the foundation of peace, demand that we say yes" and when *no - ? In the final section, Sr. McCarthy deals with the reward of those who are faithful to God's plan, stating that even the results of peace need scriptural understanding. She encourages people both individually and communally to immerse themselves in the desires of God, discern the ways of God for our time and our place, and celebrate with others the cry of God for peace and justice for all people. Society has programmed us to violence so that we cannot imagine or even take seriously the reality of peace. The Word of God can penetrate our incredulity, enlighten our Vision, and strengthen our resolve to be the people of peace God desires now and has always desired from the beginning of time. Since peace is lived in the daily circumstances of life, The Word of God - the Word of Peace highlights the prophets who tried to help the people of their day find peace in the nitty gritty of life. It is not so much about the prophets as it is about the call of prophecy given each baptized person. The commitment to prophetic peace is highlighted in the teachings of Old and New Testament prophets illuminated by the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace. Section one of The Word of God - the Word of Peace invites us to reflect on God's request. The idea of peace is God's, and God invites others to spread the word. Section two follows with the response of the peacemaker, the decision to be with God in the work of peace. Section three focuses on the decisions for peace. When does justice, the foundation of peace, demand that we say *yes - and when *no - ? In the final section, Sr. McCarthy deals with the reward of those who are faithful to God's plan, stating that even the results of peace need scriptural understanding. She encourages people both individually and communally to immerse themselves in the desires of God, discern the ways of God for our time and our place, and celebrate with others the cry of God for peace and justice for al people. Society has programmed us to violence so that we cannot imagine or even take seriously the reality of peace. The Word of God can penetrate our incredulity, enlighten our Vision, and strengthen our resolve to be the people of peace God desires now and has always desired from the beginning of time. Patricia McCarthy, CND, is a teacher, lecturer, and retreat director on the theology and spirituality of Christian nonviolence. She is the author of The Scent of Jasmine: Reflections on Peace for Everyday Life, and Of Passion and Folly: A Scriptural Foundation for Peace published by The Liturgical Press. "

The Illustrated London News

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ISBN : KBNL:KBNL03000002649
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Gabriel S Trumpet

Author : Geoff Gore
ISBN : 9781479223749
Genre : Fiction
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Daniel Messenger is returning from holiday to begin his tenure as Press Advisor to the incoming President Elect. After a chance encounter up he finds himself in possession of a mysterious crystal. Could this be the cornerstone to a centuries old prophecy, with the potential to unlocking the greatest power source on Earth? Whatever it was someone wanted it back - badly enough to kill for it. To avoid a global catastrophe, Dan alone must return the crystal to where it came from, deep under the Arctic ice. Thrust into an unlikely fellowship, navigating between the CIA, MOSSAD and the Italian Mafia, who can he trust? Dan alone must unravel the shadowy struggle for power that lies hidden from the public...but the clock is ticking.

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