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Circles In The Sand

Author : Kathryn Crofton
ISBN : 1908024267
Genre : Dogs
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Inspired by a true story and set in the lush, green fields of County Meath, Circles In The Sand touches on birth, death and everything in between are fragile cycles in time
Category: Dogs

Circles In The Sand

Author : Edna J. Whitehouse
ISBN : 9781412041904
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Read : 679 From darkness into light... This frank memoir of incestuous love, coming out, "escape" to the Middle East, and spiritual growth will inspire those struggling toward their own healing truth. Veiled oppression of Arabian women was the crucial mirror needed to see her own reflection. Follow her search for what she thought was lost - her soul.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Circles In The Sand

Author : Dav Allen
ISBN : 9780741424365
Genre : Military bases
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Master Sergeant Clint Greybull's mission is to establish a bomb scoring site in the Montana backcountry. But the obstacles he faces are not entirely material in nature. A powerful rancher, a demented sheepherder, and others threaten the sergeant's success.
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Circles In The Sand

Author : E. J. 'Samadhi' Whitehouse
ISBN : 9781412081580
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A personal memoir of a woman's emotional and spiritual journey - from troubled teenage years in the '70s to spiritual enlightenment in the new millennium. Her soul wounded by her father's incestuous advances toward her, the author travels through several Middle-Eastern countries - an odd choice for a woman on a quest for sexual and self-identity, healing, and escape from her family - particularly her father. Without family support, she struggles to find spiritual wholeness, love of self, and her own truth. In the war-torn Middle East, she encounters volatile political situations, the constricting laws of different countries and religions, as well as a confusing mix of social and moral behaviours. Throughout her travels, the poverty, terror, and brutal female oppression she often observes heighten her own sense of self-hatred. Meanwhile, her teenage pregnancy, the baby girl she was forced to surrender, and her father's inappropriate actions haunt her memory. Her personal struggles with being gay, as well as denial, rejection, and harsh treatment from her family, further convince her that she is worthless as a woman - and non-existent as a child of God. But as she looks through the windows of her past, and into worlds many of us will never enter, she slowly begins to understand that her introspective journey has led directly to her soul. And this insight brings her to an acceptance of being gay, to her own belief in spirit, and to a sense of belonging. For all its raw honesty about many painful subjects-including the rape and execution of women in the Middle East - Circles in the Sand evokes the exotic tastes, sounds, and beauties of Arabia. And it shares with us the poignancy of women engaging together when temporarily apart from men - and briefly freed from their forced restraints. The author's journey into the light of self-acceptance - from a dark place where her sexuality kept her in chains - will resonate with the many who have struggled with becoming open and comfortable about their homosexuality. Her lifetime quest to have her own voice heard will speak to a wide range of today's women, whose internal struggles for acceptance are the same. The cycle has not yet been broken, but that time will come, as the young women of today listen to the voices of the past - and discover the wisdom of those women who have already walked a labyrinth of circles in the sand.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Circles In The Sand

Author : Sally Harasym
ISBN : UOM:39015055119823
Genre : Canadian poetry
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Circle In The Sand

Author : Christian Alfonsi
ISBN : 0385515987
Genre : History
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Explains how decisions made during the first Bush White House at the time of Desert Storm and the first Gulf War, including that to leave Saddam Hussein in power, led to the current administration's decision to invade Iraq as part of the War on Terror. 35,000 first printing.
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Writing Geometry And Space In Seventeenth Century England And America

Author : Jess Edwards
ISBN : 041532341X
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Rethinking the roles played by mathematics and cartography in the 17th century, this book explores the unstable currency of mathematics at the time, and traces it through a wide variety of literary and scientific texts.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Adventures Of Carrie The Koala And Karl The Kangaroo

Author : Douglas Mendel
ISBN : 9781491718315
Genre : Fiction
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"The Adventures of Carrie the Koala and Karl the Kangaroo" are about two Marsupials in Australia that take a bus ride from a city to the end of the line in The Outback for an amazing adventure of living, growing, learning and experiencing all that life has to offer beyond their wildest and crazy dreams. Karl's dream of learning to fly and surf definitely sets him apart from his other Kangaroo buddies as he explores the skies and oceans off the coast of Port Augusta, Australia. Carrie's dreams come to fruition as she learns that she doesn't have to fit the self-imposed confines of what a Koala has to live by. There is no other book that captures the imagination and soul of two Marsupials that start their adventure on the outskirts of a city, take a bus to the end of the line and start their incredible journey of self-discovery through dreams, sharing, living, growing and meeting other interesting animals and humans along their journey!
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Emergence In Interactive Art

Author : Jennifer Seevinck
ISBN : 9783319452012
Genre : Computers
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This book is concerned with emergence, interaction, art and computing. It introduces a new focus for emergence in interactive art: the emergent experience. Emergence literature is discussed and an organising framework, the Taxonomy of Emergence in Interactive Art (TEIA) is provided together with case studies of digital, interactive art systems that facilitate emergence. Evidence from evaluations of people interacting with the works is analysed using the TEIA. Artworks from across the world are also reviewed to further illustrate the potential for emergence. Interactive art is, itself, still a young domain where audience influence, or interaction with the work is a defining aspect. Emergence in Interactive Art explores the rich opportunities for interactive experiences of digital art systems that are provided by looking through a ‘lens’ of emergence. And what better way to explore these potentials than through the open-ended domain of emergence, with its inherent affinity to the natural world? Through an integrated approach of practice, research and theory this book reveals design and analytical insights relating to emergence, interaction and interactive art to benefit artists, researchers and designers alike.
Category: Computers