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A Few Good Men

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A Few Good Men

Author : Jan Nattier
ISBN : 0824826078
Genre : Religion
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A Few Good Men is a study and translation of The Inquiry of Ugra (Ugrapariprccha), one of the most influential Mahayana sutras on the bodhisattva path, but also one of the most neglected texts in Western treatments of Buddhism. To achieve a better understanding of the universe of ideas, activities, and institutional structures within which early self-proclaimed bodhisattvas lived, the author first considers the Ugra as a literary document, employing new methodological tools to examine the genre to which it belongs, the age of its extant versions, and their relationships to one another. She goes on to challenge the dominant notions that the Mahayana emerged as a "reform" of earlier Buddhism and offered lay people an "easier option." A Few Good Men will be compelling reading for scholars and practitioners alike and others interested in the history of Indian Buddhism and the formation of Mahayana.
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A Few Good Men

Author : Richard Coekin
ISBN : 9781907377600
Genre : Religion
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A Few Good Men presents the reader with 10 positive role models from the Bible. From Obedient Noah to Loyal Onesiphorous, these character sketches combine dramatic story-telling with challenging and insightful comment. What kind of man do you want to be? Who do you admire? Rugged sportsmen, smooth film stars and wild rock musicians all compete for our admiration. But are these men the role models that we should aspire to be? Solidly founded on biblical narrative, these chapters will challenge and inspire readers to examine the struggles and temptations of these biblical men who face the same struggles that men still face today.
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A Few Good Men

Author : Tori Carrington
ISBN : 9781426826290
Genre : Fiction
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Corporal Eric Armstrong is finally going to meet his sexy new pen pal in the flesh. Only, Eric already knows her…very, very well! Corporal Eddie Cash has a reputation for living on the edge. Still, even he's worried about his next adventure—fatherhood. Lieutenant Matt Guerrero has always been proud to serve his country. Only, this time it might cost him his marriage…. Captain Brian Justice loves being a Marine, almost as much as he's starting to love Angela Mitchell. Too bad he's about to lose them both….
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A Few Good Men

Author : Cat Johnson
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Genre : Fiction
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Army Sergeant John Blake is happy to ignore the romance novel he's seen his tank crew passing around, until he becomes the author’s accidental pen pal, and her warm, caring emails make him look forward to checking his inbox. Maureen, aka Summer Winters Erotic Romance Author, has given up finding the last decent man on earth, until she finds him—halfway around the world. A Few Good Men was previously published. It has been rereleased without any substantial changes. If you love a man in uniform and the military romance series by Suzanne Brockmann or Alison Kent, you'll love the Red Hot & Blue hot alpha male heroes. ROMANCE TROPES AND THEMES IN A FEW GOOD MEN: Complete series, binge read, one click, Army, men in uniform, alpha male heroes, long distance love affair, NSFW, romantic comedy, military romance, contemporary romance, action adventure, men's adventure. A military romance like Suzanne Brockmann, Lori Foster, Susan Stoker, Cristin Harber, Lynn Raye Harris, Dale Meyer, Alison Kent, Lora Leigh, Elle James, Becky McGraw, Maryann Jordan, Caitlyn O'Leary, Paige Tyler.
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A Few Good Men

Author : Brother Prater
ISBN : 9781504955287
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A Few Good Men is a book about fathers and fatherhood. It gives you an in-depth look into the important role fathers play, especially their impact in a child's life. It shows you statistics and the impact inactive fathers have on their children. It also expresses many topics and issues fathers face from day to day. This book is considered a MUST READ by many people!!! A Few Good Men was written to applaud the fathers who are taking care of their responsibilities; to educate and challenge those who are not; for women to appreciate a child’s father who is fulfilling his role; and to give single women a way to identify the qualities of a potential future husband and/or father to present and/or future children. Plus, the book also includes several simple applications, encouragements, and tools for handling different situations you may face in life.
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A Few Good Men

Author : Aaron Sorkin
ISBN : 0573692009
Genre : Drama
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Shows daily life at a Marine Corps boot camp.
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A Few Good Men From Univac

Author : David E. Lundstrom
ISBN : 0735100101
Genre : History
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The author recounts his experiences working in the computer industry, explains why projects fail or succeed, and discusses the future of the industry
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A Few Good Men

Author : Donald A. Gazzaniga
ISBN : 1480080705
Genre : Fiction
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Through the eyes of William Baronne, a Marine Lt. Colonel bleeding in a foxhole in Vietnam, A Few Good Men, juxtaposes the immediacy of a savage battle with one man's memories of the early days of America's longest and most vicious war.
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Family

Author : David Cheal
ISBN : 0415226325
Genre : Families
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This international collection features the most influential scholarship published during the past few decades on the concept of the family and related issues. An invaluable resource for students and researchers alike, the four volumes cover the following themes: Vol. 1: Family Groups Vol. 2: Family and Gender Issues Vol. 3: Family Ties Vol. 4: Family and Society The scope offers an international range of material, and includes key work from the USA, Europe, Canada, Australia, and Asia.
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A Few Good Men

Author : Ronald J. Brown
ISBN : UOM:39015051310426
Genre : History
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A fascinating history of Fighting Fifth Marines details every important Marine Corps activity of the twentieth century illustrating why the Marine Corps has earned its reputation as "the first to fight."
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A Few Good Men

Author : Aaron Sorkin
ISBN : OCLC:889435151
Genre : Motion picture plays
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Just For Men

Author : David Nichols
ISBN : 9781602669048
Genre : Religion
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Just for Men: A Practical Daily Devotional for Men" inspires, encourages, and strengthens the everyday man in his daily walk with God. Following topic-related scriptures, each days commentary is written in a straightforward, practical approach addressing real issues facing todays Christian man. (Christian)
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The 5 Paths To Persuasion

Author : Robert B. Miller
ISBN : 0749449942
Genre : Communication in management
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To succeed in today's business world of tough and fast decision-makers, how a statement is made can be more important than what it says. Even the best ideas face resistance and rejection, as all too often people make the mistake of focusing solely on the content of their proposal and giving little thought to the way they will deliver it. In a two-year survey, customer research experts Miller and Williams studied 1,700 executives and discovered that good ideas are not enough; to make any sort of impact they must be delivered effectively. They reveal the five different types of decision maker, including Charismatics, Thinkers, Sceptics, Followers, and Controllers and show how to best sell ideas to each. Whether it be a proposal or a business plan, The 5 Paths to Persuasion unlocks the secrets of persuasion necessary to present any kind of idea successfully.
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Destined For Greatness

Author : Lynette Comma
ISBN : 9781607913719
Genre : Religion
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In Destined For Greatness. Lynette Comma emphasize in her poetry, that in spite of the negativity that has impacted one's childhood, or adulthood, one can still overcome by finding, and discovering true destiny. One of the high lights of this book, Lynette Comma pays tribute to Maya Angelou in one of her poems. She gives honor to Maya's ability to survive childhood trauma, and thus allowing her to swim through the current of success, and personal achievements. This book will inspire readers with hope, and determination, as they push through any barriers that may come their way. Lynette Comma was formerly employed in banking, and she is currently working in financial operations as a processor 111. Ms Comma is a songwriter, artist, poet, and vocalist. She gives glory to God for all her talents.
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Considering Aaron Sorkin

Author : Thomas Fahy
ISBN : 9780786451654
Genre : Performing Arts
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Aaron Sorkin is one of the most notable voices in Hollywood, attracting millions of weekly viewers with his television series The West Wing and scoring box office success with films like A Few Good Men and The American President. With a musician’s sense of rhythm and writing skills honed in the theater, Sorkin crafts dialogue that brings characters to life. His crisp, tight language is both exciting to listen to and poetic in its beauty and power—but what lies behind the slick, sophisticated exchanges between Sorkin’s characters? Does Sorkin’s ability to captivate viewers with rapid-fire, humorous dialogue lull them into overlooking an inherent political agenda, a sense of elitism, and gender bias prominent throughout his work? Aaron Sorkin’s skill as a writer garners him accolades, even from his critics: complex, nuanced, sometimes subtle but often forceful, Sorkin’s work is best understood when viewed from a variety of perspectives. This collection of essays on the work of Aaron Sorkin affords greater insight into the complexities of his writing, drawing connections between the film and television output of today’s most prominent and influential screenwriter. Scholars from various fields—film, literature, art history, political science, and more—examine the thematic content and rhetorical strategy of Sorkin’s writing. Eleven essayists explore the subtle, pervasive and often contradictory messages woven throughout Sorkin’s work, from politics to portrayals of women, and consider his impact on film, television and culture. An interview with Aaron Sorkin precedes the essays, each of which has notes and a bibliography. An appendix covering film and television credits is included. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.
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The Metastases Of Enjoyment

Author : Slavoj Žižek
ISBN : 1844670619
Genre : Philosophy, Marxist
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The experience of the Yugoslav war and the rise of "irrational" violence in contemporary societies provides the theoretical and political context of this book, which uses Lacanian psychoanalysis as the basis for a renewal of the Marxist theory of ideology. The author's analysis leads into a study of the figure of woman in modern art and ideology, including studies of The Crying Game and the films of David Lynch, and the links between violence and power/gender relations.
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Lawyers In Your Living Room

Author : Michael Asimow
ISBN : 1604423285
Genre : Law
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From Perry Mason and The Defenders in the 1960s to L.A. Law in the 80s, The Practice and Ally McBeal in the 90s, to Boston Legal, Shark and Law & Order today, the television industry has generated an endless stream of dramatic series involving law and lawyers. This new guide examines television series from the past and present, domestic and foreign, that are devoted to the law.
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Looking For A Few Good Males

Author : Erika L. Milam
ISBN : 9780801898174
Genre : Science
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Why do female animals select certain mates, and how do scientists determine the answer? In considering these questions, Erika Lorraine Milam explores the fascinating patterns of experiment and interpretation that emerged as twentieth-century researchers studied sexual selection and female choice. Approaching the topic from both biological and animal-studies perspectives, Milam not only presents a broad history of sexual selection—from Darwin to sociobiology—but also analyzes the animal-human continuum from the perspectives of sex, evolution, and behavior. She asks how social and cultural assumptions influence human-animal research and wonders about the implications of gender on scientific outcomes. Although female choice appears to be a straightforward theoretical concept, the study of sexual selection has been anything but simple. Scientists in the early twentieth century investigated female choice in animals but did so with human social and sexual behavior as their ultimate objective. By the 1940s, evolutionary biologists and population geneticists shifted their focus, studying instead how evolution affected natural animal populations. Two decades later, organismal biologists once again redefined the investigation of sexual selection as sociobiology came to dominate the discipline. Outlining the ever-changing history of this field of study, Milam uncovers lost mid-century research programs and finds that the discipline did not languish in the decades between Darwin’s theory of sexual selection and sociobiology, as observers commonly believed. Rather, population geneticists, ethologists, and organismal biologists alike continued to investigate this important theory throughout the twentieth century.
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