PEELING THE ONION

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Peeling The Onion

Author : Wendy Orr
ISBN : 1741149339
Genre : Accidents
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An eye-catching new edition of this popular, inspirational novel about a teenage girl re-making her life after a car accident. A deeply moving, unsentimental story of pain and love and self-discovery.
Category: Accidents

Peeling The Onion

Author : Günter Grass
ISBN : 9781409078074
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Peeling the Onion is a searingly honest account of Grass' modest upbringing in Danzig, his time as a boy soldier fighting the Russians, and the writing of his masterpiece, The Tin Drum, in Paris. It is a remarkable autobiography and, without question, one of Günter Grass' finest works. By the Nobel Prize-winning author of The Tin Drum.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

How God Can Peel An Onion

Author : Penelope Bourdillon
ISBN : 9781467896290
Genre : Religion
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Do you have a vision? As we are reaching the end of the millennium, there is undoubtedly a search for something that is missing in peoples’ lives. There are strange things going on in the world that point to a new awakening; personally, I feel that this is a spiritual awakening. When Diana, Princess of Wales, was killed, we saw a hitherto unknown wave of public behavior. This was called mass hysteria, and so it became because the press whipped it up. I am convinced this was because most people were searching for something—but they knew not what they want. Surely, what many people are thirsting for is spiritual fulfillment. For those who have not yet found it, I urge you to read this little book, with an open heart.
Category: Religion

Peeling The Onion The Iraqi Center Of Gravity In Desert Storm

Author : Major Collin A. Agee
ISBN : 9781782896609
Genre : History
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This monograph examines the concept “center of gravity” as applied by coalition forces during Operation Desert Storm. Center of gravity is an integral part of operational art and figures prominently in current U.S. doctrine. It begins by tracing the concept’s inception in Clausewitz’s On War, finding several competing definitions in various sections of that landmark work. Current U.S. doctrine reveals that time has done little to alleviate the confusion. The U.S. Army definition of center of gravity as a strength is significantly and irreconcilably different from the Marine Corps’ treatment as a weakness. The Air Force offers yet another slant. Given those inconsistent definitions, it is little wonder that various participants and analysts suggest differing centers of gravity during Desert Storm. From various sources, the monograph compiles a list of a dozen contenders for the title “Iraqi Center of Gravity.” It next examines coalition planning and actual combat action in search of a de facto center of gravity, concluding that the Republican Guard was the true Iraqi center. The monograph then suggests The Onion Model as a unifying representation of the concept. Adding the terms Protectors, Connectors and Sustainers to the Center of Gravity, it graphically portrays the relationship of the other eleven contenders to the true center of gravity. The study concludes that the center of gravity remains a valuable, if misused, concept. In Desert Storm, this misapplication of doctrine was overcome by an abundance of combat power; the center was hit because everything was attacked. In the future, U.S. forces may not enjoy the same luxury of time and resources. A future doctrine based on overwhelming force must be tempered by the Law of War’s requirements for military necessity, proportionality, and avoidance of unnecessary suffering.
Category: History

Peeling The Onion

Author : Robin Robinson
ISBN : 0976575604
Genre : Blood-vessels
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Peeling The Onion

Author : George E. James
ISBN : 1595408940
Genre : Poetry
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You seek authentic personal freedom. You are on the timeless quest for consciousness. George James offers Peeling the Onion, Poems of Spiritual Awakening, to capture that quest. Peeling the Onion is a book of transformational poems about the fivefold spiritual journey based on George s experience as founder of Ritam Personal Growth Services and as facilitator-trainer for Perceptive Awareness Training Institute(c) . A dynamic and unusual suite of mystical poetry, profound wisdom, creative biographical sharing and transformational transmission, the writings in Peeling the Onion bring clarity to universal life issues that reflect facets of your very soul. Simple, direct and easy to assimilate, this uplifting collection delivers wisdom, inspiration and healing wherever you are on your life path and spiritual awakeni
Category: Poetry

Peeling The Onion

Author : Ruth Gordon
ISBN : 0060217278
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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An international anthology of poems about animals, seasons, games, and other topics, by such authors as Octavio Paz, Boris Pasternak, and Walt Whitman.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

To Peel An Onion

Author : Gerda Roze
ISBN : 9781479734290
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In 1925, Latvia enjoyed a prosperous resurgence of life as a country that had won independence after WWI. Into this setting, Gerda Roze was born, the only child of two doting parents who sent her to the finest schools to study with the best teachers. By her early teens, Gerda was an accomplished pianist and dreamed of entering medical school. But on her 15th birthday, her idyllic world collapsed when the Soviet Union invaded her homeland. From that moment forward, Gerda led many lives as she and her mother struggled against insurmountable odds to rebuild the future she lost on that day. The young girl who dreamed of being a doctor would eventually at the age of 40- find her true voice in art. Gerdas story is one of plans that arise from chaotic circumstances, determination in the face of rock-solid roadblocks, and hope in the midst of despair.
Category: Biography & Autobiography