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Jackie Jamis

Author : Gloria Raven
ISBN : 0578793903
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Yo Ho! What do you know? Introducing Jackie Jamis, a kid the entire neighborhood loves! Jackie is a kid that every parent can admire. He's responsible, helpful and kind. He knows how to enjoy the simple things in life, like friendship and fun, and reminds us how happy we can be when we choose to do the right thing! Not only that, but Jackie Jamis is the anti-bullying hero for whom we have all been waiting! With its irresistible lyrics, the Jackie Jamis sing-along storybook with music inspires kids to read, read, read! Jackie and the gang are just good kids who work hard, play hard, and get things done! After singing your way through this book, you will either want to have a friend like Jackie or want to be a friend like Jackie!

Merchant Vessels Of The United States

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ISBN : MINN:31951D03569325V
Genre : Merchant marine
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From 1894/95-1935/36, pt.6 of each volume is issued separately, with titles, 1894/95-1902/03: Code list of merchant vessels of the United States; 1903/04-1935/36: Seagoing vessels of the United States.
Category: Merchant marine

Justice Served

Author : Janette Rucker
ISBN : 9781499011746
Genre : Fiction
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This story is about a young girl who had to grow up quick and fast living in the safe and comfortable arms of a loving family not knowing of the horrors out in the world. Chrystal had to learn to love and trust again after she had been lied and cheated on and made to feel that she was nothing. Chrystal would find out that she had angels watching over her and there was always a reason for her horrible situations but she would pay a terrible price to learn. My name is Janette A Rucker and one night in my deepest hour I sat down and started writing and I haven’t been able to stop and this is my very first book. Writing makes me happy and I want to share my joy with all of you and I hope this book and the others brings a smile to your face and that the message I put there about my God will touch somebody’s heart but like I always say I try to keep it real when I tell a story. So hopefully you will enjoy this book and the others I have written and the more to come. God bless you all JAR.
Category: Fiction


Author : B. L. Bryant
ISBN : 9781496937070
Genre : Fiction
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Ten long years had passed since Bridget ran away from Pleasantville a broken soul. Many things have changed for everyone since the birth of the twins. Some people changed in good ways, a few have changed in bad ways. How different were James and Billy going to be since she had last seen them? Her kids were now much older, but were they ready for Bridget to go back to town? The place that had robbed her of the life she wanted with James. After all, she wasn’t welcomed and that was made perfectly clear. But it was time. It was time to show Victoria that she couldn’t get away with ruining her life! But Bridget’s life would once again be full of turmoil. She had no idea what her future had in store for her. Would she be able to beat Victoria, or would she lose once again and be cast aside? From the frequent violent fights to a natural disaster, Bridget would find that the roller coaster of her life wasn’t about to end—it was just getting started!
Category: Fiction

Hawaii Place Names

Author : John R. K. Clark
ISBN : 9780824862787
Genre : History
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In his latest book, John Clark, author of the highly regarded "Beaches of Hawaii" series, gives us the many captivating stories behind the hundreds of Hawaii place names associated with the ocean--the names of shores, beaches, and other sites where people fish, swim, dive, surf, and paddle. Significant features and landmarks on or near shores, such as fishponds, monuments, shrines, reefs, and small islands, are also included. The names of surfing sites are the most numerous and among the most colorful: from the purely descriptive (Black Rock, Blue Hole) to the humorous (No Can Tell, Pray for Sex). Clark began gathering information for the "Beaches" series in 1972, and during the years that followed interviewed hundreds of informants, many of them native Hawaiians, and consulted dozens of Hawaiian reference books, newspapers, and maps. A significant amount of the oral history he collected was unrecorded and remained only in his notebooks and memory. Hawaii Place Names: Shores, Beaches, and Surf Sites is the final result of those years of research, and like its popular predecessors, it benefits substantially from Clark's having spent a lifetime surfing and swimming Hawaii's beaches. Presented in the same convenient format as Pukui, Elbert, and Mookini's Place Names of Hawaii (UH Press, 1974) this rich compendium of information on Hawaii's surf, shore, and beach sites will satisfy visitors and residents alike.
Category: History

The Clubs Of New York

Author : Francis Gerry Fairfield
ISBN : UIUC:30112074949329
Genre : Clubs
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Category: Clubs

The Sleeping And The Dead

Author : Jeff Crook
ISBN : 9781250014818
Genre : Fiction
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A new mystery series starring a Memphis crime scene photographer with ghostly assistance Jackie Lyons, a former vice detective with the Memphis Police Department, is trying to put her life back together. Her husband has served her with divorce papers, she's broke, and her apartment has just gone up in flmaes. But a failed marriage, unemployment, and an incinerated home aren't her only problems: she also sees ghosts. Since Jackie left her job with the MPD, she's been making ends meet by photographing crime scenes for her old friends on the force, and for the occasional collector. When she's called to the murder scene of the Playhouse Killer's latest victim, she starts seeing crime scenes from a different perspective-- her new camera captures spectral images. As her camera brings her ghostly visitors into sharper relief, it also points her toward clues the ex-detective in her won't let go: Did the man she has just started dating kill his wife? Is the Playhouse Killer someone in her inner circle? As Jackie works to separate natural from supernatural, friend from foe, and light from dark, the spirit world and her own difficult past become the only things she can depend on to solve the case.
Category: Fiction

Free Burning

Author : Bayo Ojikutu
ISBN : 9780307495587
Genre : Fiction
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Tommie Simms was supposed to be the community hope, the young man from the neighborhood who made good. He attended a state university, married a respectable woman, and landed a position at a white-collar insurance firm. Watching over Chicago from the thirty-third floor of his company’s downtown high rise, Tommie ignores the gnawing sense that he doesn’t belong on this path—and that in a blink of an eye, he could stray from its given destination. And then he does . . .Soon Tommie is laid off, and he begins to see himself as just another faceless entity on the city’s fringes. After each fruitless job interview, Tommie’s wife withdraws from him further, and in the mirror he faces the reflection of failure his family never intended for him. Stymied by rejection and mounting debt, Tommie is seduced into peddling dope as his best opportunity to define himself and to provide for those he loves. But a corporate job is no preparation for hustling, and when Tommie finds himself on the wrong side of a crooked cop, everyone wants a piece of him: his street-hustling cousins, the police, friends, loan sharks, even a panderer from his white-collar past. In order to break free, Tommie must find a way to dig himself out of a deepening hole, before the city buries him.
Category: Fiction

Start And Run A Successful Complementary Therapy Business

Author : Jackie Jones
ISBN : 9781848035751
Genre : Business & Economics
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Being a great therapist and being a good business person require different skills. This book will help you as a therapist - new, or experienced - to concentrate on the things you need to do to make your business a success and avoid making costly mistakes along the way. It will help you understand the business you are entering into, decide what products and therapies you will offer, and how to differentiate yourself from the competition so that new clients will choose you. You will also discover how to: * identify your potential clients and market your business to them * choose the best business model for you to use, work out your costs and set your prices* produce a business plan which you can use continually to review how your business has progressed * keep efficient records of payments and outgoings * use the internet to effectively market your services and make full use of free marketing * prioritise the tasks you need to complete in setting up your business. / This comprehensive and accessible book includes case studies and examples, plus exercises to help you follow the steps needed to start and run your business. With it you will build your business on solid foundations and go on to develop a thriving therapy practice.
Category: Business & Economics

List Of Ships

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ISBN : UIUC:30112116682805
Genre : Ship registers
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Category: Ship registers

Career Management Work Life Integration

Author : Brad Harrington
ISBN : 9781452278940
Genre : Business & Economics
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Career Management & Work/Life Integration: Using Self-Assessment to Navigate Contemporary Careers is a comprehensive, easy-to-follow guide to managing contemporary careers. Although grounded in theory, the book also provides an extensive set of exercises and activities that can guide career management over the lifespan. Authors Brad Harrington and Douglas T. Hall offer a highly useful self-assessment guide for students and other individuals who want to deal with the challenge of succeeding in a meaningful career while living a happy, well-balanced life.
Category: Business & Economics

Sugar Land

Author : The City of Sugar Land
ISBN : 9781439639658
Genre : Photography
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Sugar Land’s earliest settlers arrived in the 1820s with Stephen F. Austin, “the Father of Texas.” Originally named Oakland Plantation, the area was planted with cotton, corn, and sugar cane, and by 1843, it had its own sugar mill. Benjamin Franklin Terry, famous for leading Terry’s Texas Rangers, and William Jefferson Kyle purchased the plantation in 1852 and were the first to name it Sugar Land. Col. Edward H. Cunningham, a Confederate veteran, later bought the property and built the first sugar refinery as well as a railroad to transport cane from nearby plantations. Under his ownership, a fledgling town emerged that included a store, post office, paper mill, acid plant, meat market, boardinghouse, and depot. The town, refinery, and surrounding 12,500 acres were acquired by Isaac H. Kempner and William T. Eldridge in 1908. Their vision resulted in Imperial Sugar, a thriving business and company town.
Category: Photography

Working With Children In Need

Author : Eric Sainsbury
ISBN : 1853022756
Genre : Social Science
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This book illustrates how social workers approach their work, the responses they receive, the children's and parents' experiences and reactions, and the stresses involved for all parties. It illustrates the skills needed in direct work with young children and in assessing the nature, outcomes and unmet needs within abusive situations.
Category: Social Science

Lives In The Law

Author : William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Science Austin Sarat
ISBN : UOM:39015055599339
Genre : History
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DIVExamines how the lives of individuals, social groups, and nations are fashioned by their engagement with the law /div
Category: History

Gppaw Horizons

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924000765705
Genre : Glassworkers
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Category: Glassworkers

Arkansas Travelers Ii

Author : Glen Garner
ISBN : WISC:89082383423
Genre : Arkansas
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Gilford Garner was born in about 1802 in Clarke County, Georgia. His parents were Joseph Garner and Sarah Orr. He married Mary Caddell, daughter of Andrew Henderson Caddell and Susan Tidmore Green, 28 December 1827 in St. Clair County, Alabama. They had six known children. Mary died in 1840. He married Sarah Childers in about 1850 and they had three known children. He died 18 April 1880 in Dorsey County, Arkansas. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, and Arkansas.
Category: Arkansas