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Back To Front

Author : Audit Commission for Local Authorities and the National Health Service in England and Wales
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Genre : Local government
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Metallica

Author : Matt Taylor
ISBN : 1608877469
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Metallica: Back to the Front tells the amazing, fully authorized story of the band's seminal Master of Puppets album and tour. Released on March 3, 1986, Metallica's Master of Puppets album became an instant classic and announced the band as the most electrifying new voice in rock. Thirty years later, this six-time platinum album is considered to be the high-water mark of Metallica's incredible career, with songs like "Battery," "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)," and the title track, "Master of Puppets," still a staple of their sell-out live shows. Sadly, this hugely successful period for Metallica was marred by a tragedy that shook the band to its foundation: the death of bassist Cliff Burton in a tour bus accident on September 27, 1986. For the first time, Metallica: Back to the Front tells the fully authorized story of the creation of the Master of Puppets album and the subsequent tour. Featuring new and exclusive interviews with band members James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, and Kirk Hammett, this is the definitive account of the most venerated period of Metallica's history, from the incredible highs of touring in support of Ozzy Osbourne to the lows of losing a key member of the band and crucial part of the Metallica sound. Metallica: Back to the Front will also feature interviews with other important figures in the band's history, including managers Cliff Burnstein and Peter Mensch, Faith No More guitarist Jim Martin, Anthrax band members Scott Ian and Charlie Benante, and many, many more. Filled with hundreds of never-before-seen images from the band's personal archives, this deluxe volume will combine an in-depth narrative with stunning visuals, taking fans further into this defining period of the band's career than ever before. Released to coincide with the thirtieth anniversary of the Master of Puppets album and tour, Metallica: Back to the Front is created with the full cooperation and support of the band. The result is a treasure trove of stories, anecdotes, and never-before-seen photographs that legions of Metallica fans will cherish for generations to come.
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Back To The Front

Author : Janusz Bugajski
ISBN : STANFORD:36105113992114
Genre : Europe, Eastern
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Back To The Front

Author : Stephen O'Shea
ISBN : 1553656644
Genre : History
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A rich and sobering exploration of war -- and of the meaning of history -- that will engage general readers and military buffs alike. The Western Front, the sinuous, deadly line of trenches that stretched from the English Channel to Switzerland during the First World War, also formed a scar on the imaginative landscape of our century. Back to the Front chronicles author, Stephen O'Shea's, 500-kilometre walk down what was once no man's land. In the process of making this singular trek through the old battlefields, O'Shea ruminates on the many meanings of the Front and on the nature of his own generation's - the Baby Boomer's - indifference to the past.
Category: History

Back From The Front

Author : Aphrodite Matsakis
ISBN : 1886968187
Genre : Family & Relationships
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As the Iraq War continues to exact a toll, Back from the Front: Combat Trauma, Love, and the Family speaks openly about the personal and social costs of war that most of us would rather ignore. This is a book that informs non-veterans and the general public as much as it helps those who have been directly of indirectly scarred by the experience of violence. And it is written directly, plainly, intelligently and with clear humanity.The book discusses some of the most common problems confronting families of combat veterans: emotional numbing, sexual difficulties, anger, and guilt. There are also chapters on family violence, children, women veterans, and military couples. Back from the Front also gives hope for healing from PTSD and provides lists of resources as well as tips for communicating effectively.
Category: Family & Relationships

Front To Back

Author : Sally Lewis
ISBN : 9781136401930
Genre : Architecture
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FRONT TO BACK sees urban housing as places to live rather than individual buildings. Using a unique design agenda it provides a step by step approach to achieving quality urban living.
Category: Architecture

From Front Porch To Back Seat

Author : Beth L. Bailey
ISBN : 9781421412474
Genre : History
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From gentleman callers to big men on campus, from Coke dates to "parking," From Front Porch to Back Seat is the vivid history of dating in America. In chronicling a dramatic shift in patterns of courtship between the 1920s and the 1960s, Beth Bailey offers a provocative view of how we sought out mates-and of what accounted for our behavior. More than a quarter-century has passed since the dating system Bailey describes here lost its coherence and dominance. Yet the legacy of the system remains a strong part of our culture's attempt to define female and male roles alike.
Category: History

First Over The Front

Author : Stan Walsh
ISBN : 9781467026406
Genre : History
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"Pilot, 1st Aero Squadron, Commander, 90th Aero Squadron, Commander, 3rd Corps Observation Group, US Air Service, American Expeditionary Force, World War One: 1917-1918."
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Back From Heaven S Front Porch

Author : Danny Bader
ISBN : 9781937879099
Genre : Self-Help
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"At 3:55 pm, I believed there was a Heaven-at 4:15 pm I knew." This is the story of one man’s struggle to be alive again after an accident claims the life of his friend and nearly his own. After spending a few moments on Heaven’s front porch with God, he is thrust back into his old life. In the months that follow, he struggles to find purpose and meaning in the day to day activities of life. In his quest, he uncovers five principles necessary to move him from just living again...to being fully alive! This inspirational story will grab your attention and hold it to the end as it teaches you foundational principles to living a life fulfilled.
Category: Self-Help

Back To The Summit

Author : Omer Rains
ISBN : 9781614480969
Genre : Political Science
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“The way in which Omer Rains overcame a paralyzing near-death experience is as inspirational as any story can be” (John C. Malone, chairman, Liberty Media). “You’ll never walk again.” California senator Omer Rains had been a politician on the global stage, a power-broking lawyer of A-list celebrities, and conqueror of some of the highest mountains in the world. But when a paralyzing brain aneurysm and stroke hit him at age sixty-one, he became more helpless than a small child. In Back to the Summit, Rains takes readers on a courageous journey toward recovery, both physical and spiritual, as he reflects on the people, events, and American history that shaped his life and gave him the strength to dare to walk again. Every flashback to the past offers insight into the philosophy that once saved his life and now defines his every action: “Get up from every fall, no matter how great or far, and continue to live life fully.” Those who have suffered physical trauma may find hope in his story; their loved ones may gain insight and understanding. And any reader who has ever faced a mountain of a setback will be inspired to keep on fighting to live again. “I am Nepalese—a Sherpa—and Omer’s inspirational and heroic story of recovery is a moving one both in my native land of Nepal and in other countries where he does untold humanitarian work . . . This book is a must read for anyone with a loved one who has ever suffered a near death experience.” —Kaji Sherpa, former holder of world record, fastest ascent of Mount Everest
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Pushing To The Front

Author : Orison Swett Marden
ISBN : 9781775413844
Genre : Self-Help
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Stuck in a rut? Feeling like you could benefit from a bit of inspiration? Turn to Pushing to the Front from renowned self-help author Orison Swett Marden. This volume is packed with motivational anecdotes and accounts of men and women who triumphed over adversity and achieved success in even the most difficult circumstances. A must-read for anyone who needs to gather strength before facing down a challenge.
Category: Self-Help

Back To The Front

Author : Jack Reed
ISBN : 9781467871037
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This story is raw. It’s real. It alternately bleeds death, exposes the rise of unbearable doubt and offers hope to good kids who dared to believe in themselves and the team. The teens, some who were sage veterans and others who were rookies, tried to defy the pop-culture norms, embraced hard work and readily accepted sacrifice to become the Skaneateles cross country team. And that 2006 squad had something to prove. An insider’s story like this has never been told. Interspersed is the somber letter from the state penitentiary, e-mails from an Athens Olympian and heart-wrenching e-mails to the coach that drip with grief and bravado on lonely nights when dreams can seem to either fade-away and die or grow more real as belief becomes bolder and wins are guaranteed under the cover of darkness. This is New York State Cross Country—and it doesn’t get any better. Nothing has been left out. One was imprisoned for killing a childhood friend. Two others faced arrest in an incident involving alcohol that jeopardized the girls’ 14-year unbeaten streak. One poetic soul was senselessly eliminated from the human gene pool. Another was a wiry-haired and ever-smiling national champion, Olympian and high school superstar intent on breaking the 4-minute mile. His story is told here for the first time. What happened during the 2006 Skaneateles Cross Country season is revealed intimately and starkly in jaw-dropping detail. Excited to have their story told, the kids were all anxious about being caught naked in such a personal and public way. The legends who paved the way had state and section titles galore and it was from that long shadow that the 2006 team sought to escape as they vowed to write their own chapter. Don’t be too judgmental. With luck, this could be you.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Back To Front Manual

Author : Emma Oldroyd
ISBN : 1908562021
Genre : Gardening
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The Front Nine

Author : Barry LeBrock
ISBN : 9781623687182
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The most famous shot in golf history—from Gene Sarazen's double eagle, which led to victory at the 1935 Masters to Tom Watson's nearly impossible chip shot in the 1982 U.S. Open—the greatest and most memorable shots in the long and storied history of this grand game are brought to life in The Front Nine. Triumphant victory as well as heartbreaking defeat play out shot-by-shot as the most celebrated tournaments of the past come to life. Readers thrill to both the joy and agony of the most significant shots in golf history through detailed description, commentary from the men who pulled them off, and fresh insight from golf historian Barry LeBrock.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Called To The Front

Author : Donald E. Carter Jr.
ISBN : 1452089388
Genre : Self-Help
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My life took a sudden, unexpected change on June 10, 2002. For this event to occur at that time, on that day, at that moment in my life just didnt seem like the right thing to be happening. But it is from that experience I was able to glean the title of this book, Called To The Front. You too have been Called To The Front. Whatever is opposing you right now probably seems to be great and overwhelming. You may be wondering if you can prevail against this challenge. My words to you today are, Be encouraged. I invite you to walk with me through the word of God as he speaks in Ephesians 6:10-18. You will discover that where you are right now is not by accident. The front you are on is of Gods choosing. He has called you, prepared you, and placed His confidence in you. God has equipped you with armor: a belt of truth, a breastplate of righteousness, shoes in preparation to proclaim the Gospel, a shield of faith, a helmet of salvation, and the sword of the spirit, his word. Along with these armaments comes the battle plan for combat through prayer. Greater still, God has already clinched your victory.
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Back To The Blanket

Author : James A. Starkey, Jr.
ISBN : 1452065373
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Not since Alex Haley’s Roots has a story probed so deeply into the intimate details of an indigenous American family. Inspired by the events of this Native American author’s descendants, Back to the Blanket chronicles seven generations of his Ojibwe “roots.” But just as importantly, it places the events within the context of a tumultuous time in American History – a time when Western European Civilization was gaining enormous inroads in the Americas and leaving in its wake a devastating clash of cultures. But this story is not about typical Indian-White confrontations – bloody, violent, avaricious Indian battles. It reveals a more subtle, yet just as deleterious, subjugation of a people through the proliferation of White trade goods, overzealous missionaries, diseases for which there were no cures, and the most contemptible allurement of all – alcohol. Back to the Blanket is a story of tragedy, guilt, pride, perseverance, hope and survival which begins in 1988 when the author undergoes a life-threatening bone marrow transplant for leukemia, a deadly blood disease. During the rigorous transplant procedures, he receives a powerful Native Vision, which begins to weave together the stories he has heard as a boy and his curiosity regarding his father’s tumultuous past. But it isn’t until six years later when he and his father are on a train trip bound for the White Earth Reservation in Northern Minnesota that the Vision returns to reveal his legacy and the Red Trade Blanket that has been handed down through the generations.
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