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Texas Braggin Rights

Author : Barry Shlachter
ISBN : 1892588013
Genre : Cooking
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We've scoured the state and brought back the winners in a back pocket-sized cookbook. From the State Fair of Texas to the Terlingua International Chili Championship, some of the Lone Star State's finest dishes are now explained. The best cobblers from Texas peach country, best homemade ice cream, most scruptious kolaches from Tex-Czech parts and the world's best chilis.
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Braggin Rights

Author : Bill Cromartie
ISBN : PSU:000007994104
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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An Ethnography Of Football And Masculinities In Jamaica

Author : William Tantam
ISBN : 9781350056619
Genre : Social Science
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What can football among young men in Jamaica tell us about class, wealth, age, and concepts of masculinity? William Tantam presents an ethnographic study of the impact of football on men's lives in contemporary Jamaica. He illuminates how the football field relates to social and economic inequalities, and whether playing football in a mixed group has the effect of levelling the playing field between the more and less economically wealthy.Tantam presents insights into the life histories and football biographies of individuals, the relationship between wealth, education, and class, and explores how socioeconomic inequalities are embodied and enacted. With rich ethnographic detail, he analyses how the experience of watching international football matches and the English Premier League locates groups of spectators in relation to wider movements of capital. The book features case studies of individuals who play football in Jamaica, and penetrates an under-examined area in academic discussion of sport and masculinity. This will be a valuable addition to students of anthropology, sociology, football studies, cultural studies and gender studies.
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Bragging Rights

Author : Taiwo Oyadiran
ISBN : 9781999047429
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Today, as in Paul's day, there is a wave of ?Christian? Judaizers trying to foist Judaism on Christianity, the very thing that Paul cursed. They talk about temples, blood moons, shemitahs, eclipses, wars and the earthly Jerusalem, ?desiring to be teachers of the law; understanding neither what they say, nor whereof they affirm.? Paul's letter to the Galatians shows us that putting the Christian under the Law or human effort to attain God's approval is a negation, not just a relegation of faith in Christ. He saw it is a matter of eternal consequences and was unapologetic in his rebuke of those who pushed it: ?Foolish Galatians! Who bewitched you This book hopefully is a reenactment enough of Paul's Spirit-led apoplexy to remind the Christian that the Cross is our only brag: We stand justified by faith, Abraham the paradigm, Israel but a parable of the Law's weakness.

Golf Bragging Rights Guide

Author : HowExpert
ISBN : 9781647587826
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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• Chapter 1: A gentle introduction into advice that every other golfer will try and pass off as good knowledge, but will ultimately lead to your demise. • Chapter 2: Exposing all golfers’ worst nightmare, practice, and explaining the importance of being “in the know” when it comes to golf. • Chapter 3: Dusting away the cobwebs of your bank account may be the only way to show off to your friends, especially when you are under practiced • Chapter 4: The correct mindset is essential to complete a full round of golf, without your head screwed on you’ll lose shots left and right, but not centre. • Chapter 5: This chapter is for the deceitful, there are ways to make it easier by cheating through it. Unfortunately, doesn’t show much sportsmanship, but what’s sportsmanship between friends. • Chapter 6: Odd bits and bobs that didn’t fit into the body of the text but are helpful to keep in mind for any sort of occasion. • Chapter 7: Learning how to play the shots you have always wanted to, they are hard but with some instruction might seem easier than ever before. About the Expert: My name is Danial Naqvi and I am a teenager with a big dream and determined ambitions. I study Human Geography at Queen Mary University of London and hope to inspire a generation to assist an unrepresented society in the global sphere. I have played golf for 12 years and gained a rather unique insight into the game. I have a passion for explaining the psychology of golf to anyone who wants to hear it, that’s how you can improve. Between golf and university, I enjoy writing freelance for companies and hanging out with friends. HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.
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Everything I Know About God I Learned From Football

Author : Eric Chaffin
ISBN : 9781606046210
Genre : Religion
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Are you ready for the Gospel according to Lombardi? That's what Everything I Know About God I Learned From Football is. It is a playbook for life that illustrates principles for victory in terms football fanatics relate to, terms like blitz, blocking, rivalry, and game plan. Author Eric Chaffin draws the reader deeply into the scriptures by using compelling examples from the world of football, inviting you to 'go deep' with the ultimate coach: God. Eric Chaffin is the Pastor of Broadview Baptist Church in Lubbock, Texas, the Founder of 3:14 Ministries, Inc., an arena football chaplain, and he is author of Finish Strong: Tackling Life Head On.
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One For The Ages

Author : News-Gazette
ISBN : 1596701323
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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During the most historic and record-setting year in Illinois basketball history, the Illini captured the hearts of fans everywhere. The first title to be available on the market following the Illini's nearly perfect season and run to the Final Four, thisbook is full of full-color photos from Champaign-Urbana's News-gazette, taking readers through the regular and post-seasons. The book includes statistics and game recaps for the most significant games as well as complete coverage of the Big Ten Tournament, the NCAA Tournament, and the Final Four. Player profiles featuring the Illini starting five and key bench contributors are also included.
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The Foundations Of Texan Philanthropy

Author : Mary L. Kelley
ISBN : 1585443271
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Lone Star State has produced not only revolutionary heroes and cowboy legends, but also larger-than-life promoters of philanthropic activity. The Foundations of Texan Philanthropy, the first systematic study of the origins of foundation philanthropy in early twentieth-century Texas, chronicles the fortunes, motivations, and benefactions of affluent Texans who pioneered organized giving for the public good. In the three decades following the creation of the George W. Brackenridge Foundation in 1920, donors established approximately 180 private, philanthropic institutions. These charitable-minded organizations funded medical research, established educational scholarships, and supported community projects. In addition to the Brackenridge Foundation, this book features George B. Dealey and the Dallas Foundation, Jesse Jones and the Houston Endowment, Miss Ima and the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, the Amon G. Carter Foundation, and the Conference of Southwest Foundations, which united the many foundations in the region. The Foundations of Texan Philanthropy balances personal and family stories with the missions and financial operations of the foundations they established. The
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Adventure To The Pioneer Prairie

Author : Carole Marsh
ISBN : 0635063379
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Ms. Bogus and her fourth grade class take a field trip into the past where they travel in a covered wagon, meet Buffalo Bill Cody, and learn about hard work on a farm.
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Waking Evil

Author : Kylie Brant
ISBN : 9781101145258
Genre : Fiction
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When the body of a woman is found in rural Buffalo Springs, forensic investigator Ramsey Clark is called in. Ramsey believes in evidence, not superstition. But, when another murder rocks the town, Ramsey begins to wonder if a killer is playing on everyone?s fears?or a prophecy is being fulfilled.
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