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A Momentary Lapse Of Reason

Author : Henryk Behr
ISBN : 9781462889167
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Who would have believed that a simple, working man in a small village in Scotland would have been disabled or even murdered by the outrageous corruption, lies and demonic activity of American politicians and biotech industries? I would not have believed it. Not for the sake of trying to get a good night's sleep. That's too big a price to pay". I had a good life, a simple life, a very happy family life. A momentary lapse of reason changed all that for ever. Two capsules of Source Naturals L- Tryptophan changed that forever. I believe this book to be the first of its kind, a day by day account from a sufferer of a disease caused by the genetic tampering of a naturally harmless substance. This is a first-hand narrative on living with the horrors of Eosinophilia Myalgia Syndrome and an expose into the dangers of genetic engineering and modification inherent in corrupt US government policy decisions favoring biotech industry profits above and beyond the health of citizens. It is a strong warning of what may be to come for many others unless the madness which is genetic engineering of our foodstuffs is brought to its festering knees forever.


Author : Catherine Schultz, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781462830817
Genre : Self-Help
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What is bliss? What prevents bliss? How might one live in bliss? People´s bliss experiences along with various scientific explanations reveal oneness each moment ... transcending any thought about what is occurring. What is Present before, during and after experience? Relax. Drown into One Self.

Our High Calling

Author : J. Sidlow Baxter
ISBN : 9780310533078
Genre : Religion
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Our High Calling, written by world-renowned author and pastor J. Sidlow Baxter, is a devotional that covers the practical studies of New Testament doctrine in personal sanctification.

The Great Baseball Players From Mcgraw To Mantle

Author : Bert Randolph Sugar
ISBN : 0486289249
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Offers photographs and biographical portraits of such great baseball players as Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Mickey Mantle, and Yogi Berra

Hostage For The Sheikh A Royal Billionaire Romance Novel

Author : Annabelle Winters
Genre : Fiction
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The Whistleblower

Author : Bob Katz
ISBN : 9781611687101
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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During a season on the road with college basketball referees, Bob Katz watched the games they officiated, listened in on their candid conversations in locker rooms and hotel lobbies, and explored the challenges they must regularly confront. In thisÊportrait of one consummate professional at the top of his game, KatzÊpulls off an unbelievable feat: InÊThe Whistleblower, we come to actually root for the ref. Ed Hightower, raised in poverty in the segregated rural South, went on to become superintendent of schools in Edwardsville, Illinois. But it is his side-career as an elite NCAA referee (4 NCAA Championship games, 12 Final Fours) that has earned him renown-which in the eyes of angry coaches and hostile fans is a far cry from affection. Alone among thousands in the stadium and millions watching at home, the ref's goal is fairness and neutrality. He truly does not care who wins or loses. His passion toÊdo the right thingÊon the court is shaped by character and training and a rare kind of honor. InÊThe Whistleblower, the fascinating yet nearly unknown role of the referee is artfully revealed by a writer of talent.


Author : Graham Travers
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Imperial Tapestries

Author : Julia L. Farmer
ISBN : 9781611487473
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Imperial Tapestries represents a transnational approach to questions of monarchical power and literary form in early modern Europe. In line with Barbara Fuchs’s recent call for considerations of center versus periphery in Old World contexts, it explores the ways in which some of the most significant authors of the early modern era questioned the structures of Spanish Habsburg authority through “imperial texts”—texts that call attention to their organizational process—in order to mirror authors’ perceptions of the structures of Habsburg power. With a contextual basis in Fuchs’ notion of imperium studies, ideas of self-fashioning, and theories of early modern reading, the study explores the ways in which complex narrative forms in the early modern period reflected the concerns with the structures of Habsburg imperial power subtly portrayed within the narratives themselves. A close reading of the various strands that form the tapestries of the texts at issue reveals a deep undercurrent of misgivings toward various manifestations of Spanish Habsburg power on the part of authors who had experienced its effects first-hand. Whether the complex narrative devices in question cast the Habsburg monarchs as monster, misogynist, sorceress, aloof shepherdess, or mad would-be knight errant, they all have one thing in common: the spatialized forms that they create correspond directly with the ways in which the authors in question perceive the more disillusioning aspects of Habsburg hegemony. Authors studied in the volume include Ludovico Ariosto, Garcilaso de la Vega, Jorge de Montemayor, Miguel de Cervantes, and María de Zayas.

Time And The Moment In Victorian Literature And Society

Author : Sue Zemka
ISBN : 9781139503075
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Sudden changes, opportunities, or revelations have always carried a special significance in Western culture, from the Greek and later the Christian kairos to Evangelical experiences of conversion. This fascinating book explores the ways in which England, under the influence of industrializing forces and increased precision in assessing the passing of time, attached importance to moments, events that compress great significance into small units of time. Sue Zemka questions the importance that modernity invests in momentary events, from religion to aesthetics and philosophy. She argues for a strain in Victorian and early modern novels critical of the values the age invested in moments of time, and suggests that such novels also offer a correction to contemporary culture and criticism, with its emphasis on the momentary event as an agency of change.

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