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Beat The 5 O Clock Rush Leave Work At Noon

Author : Clear to Close
ISBN : 1099955203
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Awesome Farewell Gift and Office Humor Notebook! Perfect to Show your Coworkers how much you care or Not! (While Having Fun!) It is a 120 pages College Ruled ready for you to fill with your notes on the go, track appointments, ideas, clients notes, etc It can be used as a planner, notebook or just a composition book. 6" x 9" Paperback notebook, softcover. Great size to carry everywhere in your bag, for work, office or back to school. This no nonsense notebook & journal is a great place to express your thoughts, or to just keep lists of to do tasks.

Pastor Tim S Cleanlaugh Collection

Author : Tim Davis
ISBN : 9781553690306
Genre : Humor
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In 1998, Pastor Tim Davis created the CleanLaugh e-mail list as a way of quickly sharing clean humor with his family and friends. Soon after, people from around the world began to find the list and sign up for their daily joke. Over time Pastor Tim's CleanLaugh list has become a trusted source of humor that will lift one's spirit without causing one's face to blush. As such, it has often been printed and taken or snail mailed to nursing homes, prisons, and service men and women stationed around the world. Pastor Tim's CleanLaugh Collection is another convenient way to send clean humor to friends and family who are not online. Of course you don't have to give away every copy. Take one with you on your travels so you can easily find that "pick me up laugh" we all need from time to time.
Category: Humor

Blonde Walks Into A Bar

Author : Jonathan Swan
ISBN : 9781612433738
Genre : Humor
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A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.
Category: Humor

The Gold Rush Diary Of Ram N Gil Navarro

Author : Ram¢n Gil Navarro
ISBN : 0803233434
Genre : History
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"Navarro encountered people from all over the world brought together in a society marked by racial and ethnic intolerance, swift and cruel justice, and great hardships. It was a world of contrasts, where the roughest of the rough lived in close proximity to extremely refined cultural circles."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: History

The Polytechnic

Author : Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
ISBN : CHI:096621446
Genre : Periodicals
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Men Who Beat The Men Who Love Them

Author : Patrick Letellier
ISBN : 9781317765509
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Domestic violence in gay male relationships is the third largest health problem for gay men in America today. Men Who Beat the Men Who Love Them breaks the silence surrounding gay male domestic violence and exposes this hidden yet prevalent and destructive problem. The authors paint a vivid picture of gay men’s domestic violence, bringing its brutality to life by including personal narratives, written by one of the authors, by clearly defining what it is and what it is not through lists of violent acts and criminal code categories, and by thoroughly examining and analyzing the criminal, mental health, medical, political, and interpersonal issues involved. The authors boldly depart from the battered women’s literature by asserting that batterers have a diagnosable mental disorder, that battering is not gender based, and that much further criminalization of domestic violence is necessary. Striving for victim advocacy, the book underscores the idea that gay men’s domestic violence is totally unacceptable and is caused solely by individual abusive gay men who choose to batter. The book builds on and departs from what is known about domestic violence, with the authors challenging several fundamental premises in the literature, unabashedly identifying battering as a mental disorder. The authors explain that victims cannot stop their battering partners from battering and virtually all batterers choose to harm their partners in a premeditated fashion. The authors provide practical steps and suggestions for victims who want to leave and stay away from their violent partners and for friends who want to help battered gay men. Chapters describe the scope of the problem and refute myths and misconceptions. There are several detailed theory chapters in which the authors explain why gay men’s domestic violence occurs, who the batterers are, who the victims are at different stages of victimization, and how domestic violence can be stopped. A visionary, wide-ranging governmental and private plan of action is introduced, including lists of necessary laws and policies, as well as outlines of strong education, training, and advertising problems needed in various sectors of society. As a self-help book, Men Who Beat the Men Who Love Them provides practical information on a never-before discussed topic. As a trainer’s manual or teaching guide, it includes specific criteria for understanding the problem and for providing treatment.
Category: Family & Relationships

Country Life

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ISBN : UOM:39015050602351
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Forest And Stream

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ISBN : UOM:39015006947256
Genre : Birds
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Five O Clock Shadow

Author : Susan Slater
ISBN : 9781615952502
Genre : Fiction
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From an author described by Kirkus as “lively, surprising” comes Five O’Clock Shadow with its puzzler of a plot tied to colorful New Mexico. As the great balloon bearing the image of a clock swoops across the River Grande, Pauly Caton watches her husband of four days fall from the sky. Who is the naked child who scrambles from the gondola when it strikes a sandbar and flees? Did she just imagine it? Why would he have been up with Randy and the pilot on the honeymoon ride she was too chicken to join? Who, in fact, was meant to die? And meant to die it was — her hastily snapped photos of the scene show a masked sharpshooter stationed high up in a tree. As Pauly tries to put her shattered life together, she discovers the lies. The first in the morgue. How else had Randy deceived her? Had he told her anything that was the truth? Were his partners in their get-rich company any more honest? Pauly knows she hadn’t signed any of the documents the lawyer presents to her. Maybe she’ll insist on becoming an active partner. Pauly’s flamboyant Grams, the much-married carnival queen, offers her only grandchild a place to recover, a retreat on Albuquerque’s west side that’s home to fifty odd folks complete with clowns, a handsome tattoo man — and the snakes. And then Pauly finds out she’s rich — money that she swears could not have been Randy’s. Where did he get it? Who was the son he apparently adopted? A trip to El Paso uncovers more mysterious acts and points her towards the truth. But will she live long enough to find it? Susan Slater reveals the same sharp offbeat plotting skills, the zest for language, and colorful scenes that marked her caper Flash Flood where “troubles buildlike thunderheads over New Mexico skies.” [Publishers Weekly]
Category: Fiction

Capital And Labour

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ISBN : NYPL:33433007511946
Genre : Commerce
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Of Cowards And Heroes

Author : John A. Lang
ISBN : 9781483687438
Genre : History
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Augustin Kalivota, a 19-year-old man from Czechoslovakia, who is living with his paternal uncle and aunt, is looking for a job in America, but cannot because he has not a birth certifi cate for a fi re destroyed it in 1950. Additionally, he is curious as to whether or not his parents were involved in the resistance movement during World War 2. He must now return to Czechoslovakia not only to obtain a copy of his birth certifi cate, but also to fi nd out the truth about his parents whom his uncle and aunt despise.
Category: History

Between The Assassinations

Author : Aravind Adiga
ISBN : 1439159734
Genre : Fiction
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Welcome to Kittur, India. It's on India's southwestern coast, bounded by the Arabian Sea to the west and the Kaliamma River to the south and east. It's blessed with rich soil and scenic beauty, and it's been around for centuries. Of its 193,432 residents, only 89 declare themselves to be without religion or caste. And if the characters in Between the Assassinations are any indication, Kittur is an extraordinary crossroads of the brightest minds and the poorest morals, the up-and-coming and the downtrodden, and the poets and the prophets of an India that modern literature has rarely addressed. A twelve-year-old boy named Ziauddin, a gofer at a tea shop near the railway station, is enticed into wrongdoing because a fair-skinned stranger treats him with dignity and warmth. George D'Souza, a mosquito-repellent sprayer, elevates himself to gardener and then chauffeur to the lovely, young Mrs. Gomes, and then loses it all when he attempts to be something more. A little girl's first act of love for her father is to beg on the street for money to support his drug habit. A factory owner is forced to choose between buying into underworld economics and blinding his staff or closing up shop. A privileged schoolboy, using his own ties to the Kittur underworld, sets off an explosive in a Jesuit-school classroom in protest against casteism. A childless couple takes refuge in a rapidly diminishing forest on the outskirts of town, feeding a group of "intimates" who visit only to mock them. And the loneliest member of the Marxist-Maoist Party of India falls in love with the one young woman, in the poorest part of town, whom he cannot afford to wed. Between the Assassinations showcases the most beloved aspects of Adiga's writing to brilliant effect: the class struggle rendered personal; the fury of the underdog and the fire of the iconoclast; and the prodigiously ambitious narrative talent that has earned Adiga acclaim around the world and comparisons to Gogol, Ellison, Kipling, and Palahniuk. In the words of The Guardian (London), "Between the Assassinations shows that one of the most important voices to emerge from India in recent years." A blinding, brilliant, and brave mosaic of Indian life as it is lived in a place called Kittur, Between the Assassinations, with all the humor, sympathy, and unflinching candor of The White Tiger, enlarges our understanding of the world we live in today.
Category: Fiction

March Of Labor

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ISBN : WISC:89096040944
Genre : Labor movement
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ISBN : MINN:319510009253691
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An Outer Banks Reader

Author : David Stick
ISBN : 9781469621548
Genre : History
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For half a century, David Stick has been writing books about the fragile chain of barrier islands off the North Carolina coast known as the Outer Banks. Two of his earliest, Graveyard of the Atlantic and The Outer Banks of North Carolina, were published by the UNC Press in the 1950s, and continue to be best-sellers. More recently, Stick embarked on another project, searching for the most captivating and best-written examples of what others have said about his beloved Outer Banks. In the process, more than 1,000 books, pamphlets, periodicals, historical documents, and other writings were reviewed. The result is a rich and fascinating anthology. The selections in An Outer Banks Reader span the course of more than four and a half centuries, from the first known record of a meeting between Europeans and Native Americans in the region in 1524 to modern-day accounts of life on the Outer Banks. Together, Stick hopes, the sixty-four entries may provide both "outlanders" and natives with an understanding of why the Outer Banks are home to a rapidly growing number of people who would rather spend the rest of their lives there than any place else on earth.
Category: History