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Back From The Brink

Author : Paul Halpern
ISBN : 9781442641921
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Back From The Brink

Author : Steven K. Beckner
ISBN : 0471325740
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Thorough and timely . . .essential reading for those who seek insight into the process and the personalities that will shape Fed policy."-Barron's A compelling and intricate portrait of the enigmatic Alan Greenspan and the powerful institution he heads "Steven Beckner, as knowledgeable a Fed watcher as there is in the land, has done a great job telling the story of the challenging and successful Greenspan years."-L. William Seidman Chief Commentator, CNBC, and former head of the FDIC "Beckner does a yeoman's job of chronicling the Fed policy of the past decade."-Business Week "No matter what [Beckner] writes these days, people on Wall Street assign magical properties to his words."-Michael Lewis New York Times Magazine "Fed watcher extraordinaire Steven Beckner chronicles the incredible tenure of Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan. . . . Read and reread this extraordinary book."-Dow Jones Asset Management "Accessible to the financially uninitiated, this dynamic, seemingly day-to-day chronicle may be the ultimate Fed watcher's guide."-Publishers Weekly
Category: Business & Economics

Back From The Brink

Author : Graeme Cowan
ISBN : 9780980339307
Genre : Depressed persons
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This title discusses with well-known and everyday Australians about their personal journey of enduring and overcoming depression. Written in a question and answer format, the book offers a raw and immediate format that strikes straight to the heart. The stories show just how real and prevalent depression is!
Category: Depressed persons

Back From The Brink

Author : Donald Roy Catherall
ISBN : 055308562X
Genre : Post-traumatic stress disorder
File Size : 43.14 MB
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Category: Post-traumatic stress disorder

Back From The Brink The Inside Story Of The Tory Resurrection

Author : Peter Snowdon
ISBN : 9780007440122
Genre : Political Science
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Lifting the lid on the most captivating story in British politics today, ‘Back from the Brink’ charts the Conservative Party's remarkable journey from the political wilderness to the threshold of power.
Category: Political Science

Back From The Brink

Author : William Barr
ISBN : UOM:39015049309506
Genre : Nature
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Comprehensive history of the status of muskoxen (Ovibos moschatos) in the Northwest Territories, with details of hunting, trade in skins and conservation efforts from the late 17th century to date.
Category: Nature

Back From The Brink

Author : Barry May
ISBN : 0987046217
Genre : Astral projection
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AUSTRALIAN. From police chaplain to exorcist, Father Barry May has become Perth's self-confessed Ghostbuster. Armed with a candle, crucifix, scriptures and Holy water, the Anglican priest has exorcised more than 20 people in the past two years and blessed dozens of houses around Perth to cast out demons and rid them of spooky spirits. Now, he has documented his work with the supernatural and paranormal in a new book, Back from the Brink. Among the houses he has ridded of spirits was a former Asian gambling den in North Perth and the Guildford Hotel before it was gutted by fire in 2008. With help from his assistant Zara Secker who scouts houses using her ``gift of discernment'' to sense whether evil spirits occupy the house, Father May then uses a series of prayers to bless the properties and cast out evil.
Category: Astral projection

Back From The Brink

Author : Kevin Clements
ISBN : 9781877242724
Genre : Political Science
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Back from the Brink is a history of New Zealand policy on nuclear power and the growth of the anti-nuclear movement, culminating in the 1984 Labour Government's 'No Nukes' policy. Kevin Clements, a sociology lecturer and peace activist, provides a thorough, meticulously researched examination of the implications of New Zealand's stance. Tracing the history of the country's involvement in the nuclear arms race, he thoughtfully analyses the questions facing New Zealand in an age dominated by nuclear power.
Category: Political Science

Back From The Brink

Author : Peter Andrews
ISBN : 9781743095041
Genre : Science
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Featured on Australian Story, Peter Andrews is a racehorse breeder and farmer credited with remarkable success in converting degraded, salt-ravaged properties into fertile, drought-resistant pastures. His methods are so at odds with conventional scientific wisdom that for 30 years he has been dismissed and ridiculed as a madman. He has faced bankruptcy and family break-up. But now, on the brink of ecological disaster, leading politicians, international scientists and businessmen are beating a path to his door as they grapple with how best to alleviate the affects of drought on the Australian landscape. Described as a man who reads and understands the Australian landscape better than most scientists, supporters of Peter Andrews claim he has done what no scientist ever thought to do - he has restored streams and wetlands to the way they were before European settlement interfered with them. the startling results of his natural sequence farming are said to have been achieved very cheaply, simply and quickly.
Category: Science

Back From The Brink Rebellious Youth Skinhead Addict

Author : Noel Davidson
ISBN : 1840300914
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Chris Killen appeared to be a normal teenager -- but he wasn't. He was experimenting with drugs. Soon he had left home, become a skinhead, a gang member, and a drug addict. When his mind, health, and hope was gone, he decided to end it all... but he was snatched back from the brink. In all his travels, he carried around his little Gideon New Testament, which he read when nobody was looking. This book tells how God gave Chris a new life in Christ and a new challenge on earth.
Category: Biography & Autobiography