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10 Hours To Live

Author : Brian Wills
ISBN : 9781603743334
Genre : Religion
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“I give him ten hours to live.” That’s what the doctor said after diagnosing twenty-two-year-old Brian Wills with one of the deadliest and fastest-growing cancers, known as Burkitt’s lymphoma. Incredibly, this rare tumor grew from the size of a golf ball to nine inches in diameter in only three days. Thus began Brian’s life-threatening battle—both physical and spiritual—to receive a full recovery by focusing on God’s powerful promises of healing. Through his incredible, true-life testimony of healing against all odds, find out how you can: Overcome the most hopeless of circumstances Learn how to apply God’s Word for healing Build your faith for the miraculous Discover joy in the midst of suffering Receive comfort in times of trial 10 Hours to Live includes many other testimonies of people who have been supernaturally healed by the power of God.
Category: Religion

Virus 72 Hours To Live

Author : Ray
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Genre : Fiction
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“Virus -72 Hours to Live” Winner 2016 Summer eBook of the Year – Apple Literary Awards New Apple Literary Award Best Ebook 2016 "Virus-72 Hours to Live" Bk1 in the Virus/Earth II series. A "First Contact" can occur for many reasons, some good, some bad, some logical and some not. A suspicious virus that no one can explain hits Earth and creates an apocalyptic world. Where did it come from? Who created it? It doesn't act like any other virus that Earth has ever seen. As a result, the President of the United States and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs face the collapse of the government and military. Consequently, a ruthless warlord takes control of the Capital. He is kidnapping and killing people; he wants more and attacks the government. While on a trip to Europe, the President's wife and two children face the virus alone. Commander Joan Herl, Commander of the space station Oasis, must deal with the viral attack on the station. Also, she must find a way for the station to survive while supporting the moon and Mars colonies. Both colonies are dependent on their support. As a result, the moon colony has some options, but the virus has isolated and trapped the astronauts on Mars. Because of the isolation, they have few options for survival. While everyone deals with the crisis, two glaring realities appear. One, there is an intelligent computer is their only link to survival. Also, there is another computer that is following a different agenda. A conflict between the 'Good' computer and 'Evil' computer is inevitable. Eventually, all of them make difficult decisions, and the surviving humans find only one friend; SIMPOC. SIMPOC is the most advanced, 'thinking computer,' destined by programming to help. In addition to SIMPOC an engineering development unit's (EDU), only priority was
Category: Fiction

24 Hours To Live

Author : Jeffrey Thaler
ISBN : 9780595255856
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Fun!! Failure!! Jobs!! Sex!! Explore what have you chosen in the past, and what will you choose for yourself in the future through this story of one's final hours on this earth. Answer the deep questions peppered throughout the book by yourself, with your significant other/spouse, with your friends, or even at a party! Who says that examining your life can't be fun?! Whether you use this book as a self-help tool or an after-dinner conversation piece, it can help you choose to live a fuller life. For more information or to purchase additional copies of this book, please visit us on the web at http://www.beagreat.com/24hours.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Women Workers In Paraguay

Author : Elisabeth Dewel Benham
ISBN : OSU:32435063884332
Genre : Absenteeism (Labor)
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Category: Absenteeism (Labor)

Science And Skiing

Author : E. Kornexl
ISBN : 9781135818104
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The first International Congress on Science and Skiing was held in Austria in January 1996. The main aim of the conference was to bring together original key research in this area and provid an essential update for those in the field. The lnk between theory and practice was also addressed, making the research more applicable for both researchers and coaches. This book is divided into five parts, each containing a group of papers that are related by theme or disciplineary approach. They are as follows: Biomechanics of Skiing; Fitness testing and Training in Skiing; Movement Control and Psychology in Skiing; Physiology of Skiing and Sociology of Skiing. The conclusions drawn from the conference represent an invaluable practical reference for sports scientists, coached, skiers and all those involved in this area.
Category: Sports & Recreation

No Ordinary Time

Author : Doris Kearns Goodwin
ISBN : 1439126194
Genre : History
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Winner of the Pulitzer Prize No Ordinary Time is a monumental work, a brilliantly conceived chronicle of one of the most vibrant and revolutionary periods in the history of the United States. With an extraordinary collection of details, Goodwin masterfully weaves together a striking number of story lines—Eleanor and Franklin's marriage and remarkable partnership, Eleanor's life as First Lady, and FDR's White House and its impact on America as well as on a world at war. Goodwin effectively melds these details and stories into an unforgettable and intimate portrait of Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt and of the time during which a new, modern America was born.
Category: History

24 Hours To Save The Nhs

Author : Nigel Crisp
ISBN : 9780191628610
Genre : Medical
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"24 hours to save the NHS". It was a political slogan but it hid a deeper question. Could the NHS survive? Could it continue to offer free health care for every citizen regardless of their ability to pay? Could the extraordinary, liberating ambition and dream of its founders 50 years before be maintained in the 21st Century - that everyone, no matter how poor or ill, should be freed from worrying about how to pay for their health care. By 2000 the NHS was in decline with falling standards and failing public support. Its supporters were beginning to question its viability, whilst its enemies were eager to catalogue its faults. Five years later we had an answer. Radical change and investment meant that the NHS had survived. Standards were improving and the NHS was expanding. Proof came from outside. Public satisfaction doubled and fewer people opted for private healthcare. Most tellingly, all the major political parties went into the 2010 general election committed to the NHS and to helping it develop and prosper. Today the question has changed. The NHS has survived but can it become sustainable at a time of austerity and as demand for its services grows? 24 hours to save the NHS shows what we can learn from the past, and describes what more we need to do to innovate for the future. It is the inside story of the last reforms written by the man charged with implementing them, and who was given unprecedented authority as both Chief Executive of the NHS and Permanent Secretary of the Department of Health. A very practical book - it describes the successes and failures as well as the pressures and the difficulties of making improvements in the fourth biggest organization in the world which employs 1.3 million people and spends £100 billion a year. It will be of interest to the general reader, health workers, policy makers, academics and students alike.
Category: Medical

When I Lost My Parents

Author : Tirlok Malik
ISBN : 9781496916747
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Parents remain the most influential adults throughout one's lives. This book is about the relationship of a son whose parents were also his best friends. The author Tirlok Malik says "I was considered successful and mature," but when I was faced with the dilemma of losing my parents inside I felt like a small boy scared at the thought of losing my parents. This book prepares you for that moment when you face the reality of losing aging parents. This book is a healing journey for anyone who have lost parents or who still has parents.
Category: Family & Relationships

Living With Renal Failure

Author : J.L. Anderton
ISBN : 9789401161855
Genre : Medical
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The management of chronic renal failure by dialysis and transplantation has now become an established form of treatment in many parts of the world. However, these forms of treatment have brought with them problems in relation to the selection of patients, economics, clinical problems such as hypertension, encephalopathy, anaemia and renal bone disease, and psychological and social problems. The management of haemodialysis has changed over the years with developments in dialysers, vascular access and the duration of dialysis. Although the overall survival from renal trans plantation has changed little in the past four or five years, there are hopes of improvements in relation to tissue typing and enhancement. Perhaps the most important aspect in the management of chronic renal failure is the multi-disciplinary approach. Nursing and medical staff work closely with dialysis technicians, engineers, dietitians, local authority per sonnel, social workers and with the relatives of the patients. The symposium was planned to draw together representatives from all disciplines involved in the care of patients with chronic renal failure. One of the most relevant sessions was that in which two patients with chronic renal failure described their experience.
Category: Medical

Fellowship Of Reason

Author : Martin L. Cowen III
ISBN : 9781462812561
Genre : Philosophy
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For almost two millennia religions have had a virtual monopoly on morality. No longer. Today, there is a philosophy of reason that provides a rational and objective validation of moral laws. The Fellowship of Reason exists to advocate, celebrate, and promulgate that morality based upon reality to a literate, thoughtful, reality-oriented, self-responsible general public worldwide. This book is divided into twelve chapters. Chapter 1 elaborates the reasons for the existence of our rational moral community. The objective human needs that until now have been served only by religion are explored. In chapter 2 I explain the details of our moral philosophy by identifying what we regard as the ultimate value. The choices of ultimate value include God, the state, the environment, and individual human life. Chapter 3 considers the meaning of life from three angles—the purpose or goal of life, the intention of life, and the actual definition of a particular human life as manifested in the actions taken by that individual. We work through an exercise to discover the meaning (definition) of the reader's life. Chapter 4 advocates that each individual discover and deliberately pursue his or her own major lifetime goals, that he or she give his or her life a meaning in the sense of purpose or goal. Happiness, we hold, requires a life purpose. Chapter 5 considers the contents of human consciousness. Five components of the human soul are explored—the other, your daemon, reason, emotions, and your parents' child. Chapter 6 presents techniques for working on your soul and explains the non-mystical, natural referents of the Holy Trinity. Chapter 7 concisely states our philosophy of reason. Chapter 8 introduces the new component to our philosophy of reason—benevolence. The relationship between the virtues of benevolence and the penultimate values of a loving family, good friends, and community is revealed. Chapter 9 details the elements of a regular meeting of the Fellowship of Reason. Chapter 10 describes our rational rituals. In order to be happy, one must selectively focus one's attention. These rituals are institutionally structured disciplines designed to focus our attention upon the good things in life. Chapter 11 reveals the mythology of our new moral community. And finally, in chapter 12 we provide reasons why you should create a Fellowship of Reason in your city. We show how reason, if utilized consistently as the means of living, will spread human freedom, prosperity, and happiness throughout the world. An appendix concludes, addressed to our theistic friends. The purpose of morality is to teach you to enjoy yourself and live well on earth. Reason makes human life possible. The Fellowship of Reason proposes to bring to you, in regular weekly celebrations and in daily spiritual exercises, tools that will enhance your life and the lives of everyone around you. Read the book to learn more about the Fellowship of Reason.
Category: Philosophy