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Mccall S Best One Dish Meals

Author : McCalls Magazine
ISBN : 0316553514
Genre : Cooking
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Gathers recipes for soups, sandwiches, salads, and one-dish meals featuring pasta, vegetables, poultry, and meat
Category: Cooking

Mccall S

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ISBN : IND:30000070592336
Genre : Dressmaking
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Catalog Of Copyright Entries

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
ISBN : STANFORD:36105006281088
Genre : Copyright
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The Countercultural South

Author : Jack Temple Kirby
ISBN : 0820317233
Genre : History
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At once upholding and refuting the South's conservative image, The Countercultural South explores the politically divergent cultures of resistance created by poor white and working-class black southern men. With humor and insight, Jack Temple Kirby traces these racially and politically opposed cultures back to the antebellum encounter between the anti-capitalistic South and the capitalist individualism identified with the North. In a wide-ranging discussion encompassing the blues, sharecropping, and contemporary black intellectuals, Kirby shows how the needful practice of black labor bargaining in the South resulted in a progressive black tradition of verbal negotiation. The conservative separatism and retro-resistance of rural whites, Kirby argues, is embedded in an inherited and adversarial frontier ethos valuing self-sufficiency and access to wilderness. With the southern landscape imaginatively as well as factually linked to social class, crime--particularly forest arson--becomes the most important form of southern white countercultural expression. Kirby continues his look at white resistance in a review of "redneck" discourse, examining the public reputation of southern whites through a range of cultural phenomena, from literature to country music to the computer network known as BUBBA-L. Original, personal, and artfully written, The Countercultural South offers fresh reflections on southern exceptionalism in American political life and culture.
Category: History

9th Circuit Update

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105061416504
Genre : Law reports, digests, etc
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Only In Oregon

Author : Christine Barnes
ISBN : 1560372923
Genre : Photography
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Collected here are nearly one hundred Only in Oregon destinations. These are the places that demonstrate the unique character of Oregon and its inhabitants - natural wonders, manmade wonders, and others that just make you wonder.
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Hollywood Troubleshooter

Author : Todhunter Ballard
ISBN : 0879723173
Genre : Fiction
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This is the first collection of short stories by W.T. Ballard. This volume is just a sampling of Ballard's most famous character Bill Lennox, a selection for both the connoisseur of crime and the lover of good, fast-moving crime/adventure stories.
Category: Fiction

American Dress Pattern Catalogs 1873 1909

Author : Nancy Villa Bryk
ISBN : 0486256545
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Over 3,500 rare illustrations depict everything from bicycle suits to evening wear. Invaluable reference; rich royalty-free source for designers, illustrators. Co-published with Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

The Importance Of Time

Author : Philosophy of Time Society
ISBN : 1402000626
Genre : Philosophy
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The Importance of Time is a unique work that reveals the central role of the philosophy of time in major areas of philosophy. The first part of the book consists of symposia on two of the most important works in the philosophy of time over the past decade: Michael Tooley's Time, Tense, and Causation and D.H. Mellor's Real Time II. What characterizes these essays, and those that follow, are the interchanges between original papers, with original responses to them by commentators. The wide range of interrelated topics covered in this book is one of its most distinctive features. The book is divided into six parts: I. Book Symposia, II. Temporal Becoming, III. The Phenomenology of Time, IV. God, Time and Foreknowledge, V. Time and Physical Objects, and VI. Time and Causation, and contains 24 essays by leading philosophers in the various areas: Laurie Paul, Quentin Smith, L. Nathan Oaklander, Hugh Mellor, John Perry, William Lane Craig, Brian Leftow, Ned Markosian, Ronald C. Hoy, Michael Tooley, Storrs McCall, David Hunt, Mark Hinchliff, Robin Le Poidevin, Iain Martel and Eric M. Rubenstein.
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Satan In The Sanctuary

Author : Thomas S. McCall
ISBN : 9781930749993
Genre : Religion
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Israel's Controversy: The Temple, Fantasy or Tomorrow's Reality? Zola’s bestseller concerning the history of Israel, the Temples and how the Antichrist will become “Satan in the Sanctuary” when he blasphemes during the Tribulation Period. A truly readable and relevant study. Originally published by Moody Press and re-released as a popular paperback by Bantam Books. An audio version of this book is available as “The Tribulation Temple.” Hear the entire history and future of the vital Temple of God in Jerusalem. A key biblical study.
Category: Religion

Aristotle S Modal Logic

Author : Richard Patterson
ISBN : 0521522331
Genre : Philosophy
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This 1995 book argues that a proper understanding of Aristotle's modal logic requires an appreciation of its connection to the metaphysics.
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Wagons Across The Mountains

Author : Edith S. McCall
ISBN : 051603376X
Genre : Frontier and pioneer life
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Seven stories of real people who used wagon wheels to thrust civilization farther and farther across this continent.
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The 1850 Census Of Georgia Slave Owners

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ISBN : 0806348372
Genre : Reference
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Format: Paper Pages: 348 pp. Published: 1999 Reprinted: 2006 Price: $35.00 $23.50 - Save: 33% ISBN: 9780806348377 Item #: CF9248 In 1850 and again in 1860, the U.S. government carried out a census of slave owners and their property. Transcribed by Mr. Cox, the 1850 U.S. slave census for Georgia is important for two reasons. First, some of the slave owners appearing here do not appear in the 1850 U.S. census of population for Georgia and are thus "restored" to the population of 1850. Second, and of considerable interest to historians, the transcription shows that less than 10 percent of the Georgia white population owned slaves in 1850. In fact, by far the largest number of slave owners were concentrated in Glynn County, a coastal county known for its rice production. The slave owners' census is arranged in alphabetical order according to the surname of the slave owner and gives his/her full name, number of slaves owned, and the county of residence. It is one of the great disappointments of the ante bellum U.S. population census that the slaves themselves are not identified by name; rather, merely as property owned. Nevertheless, now that Mr. Cox has made the names of these Georgia slave owners with their aggregations of slaves more widely available, it may be just possible that more persons with slave ancestors will be able to trace them via other records (property records, for example) pertaining to the 37,000 slave owners enumerated in this new volume.
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The Sex Of Class

Author : Dorothy Sue Cobble
ISBN : 0801489431
Genre : Political Science
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Women now comprise the majority of the working class. Yet this fundamental transformation has gone largely unnoticed. This book is about how the sex of workers matters in understanding the jobs they do, the problems they face at work, and the new labor movements they are creating in the United States and globally. In The Sex of Class, twenty prominent scholars, labor leaders, and policy analysts look at the implication of this "sexual revolution" for labor policy and practice. The Sex of Class introduces readers to some of the most vibrant and forward-thinking social movements of our era: the clerical worker protests of the 1970s; the emergence of gay rights on the auto shop floor; the upsurge of union organizing in service jobs; worker centers and community unions of immigrant women; successful campaigns for paid family leave and work redesign; and innovative labor NGOs, cross-border alliances, and global labor federations. Revealing the animating ideas and the innovative strategies put into practice by the female leaders of the twenty-first-century social justice movement, the contributors to this book offer new ideas for how government can help reduce class and sex inequalities. They assess the status of women and sexual minorities within the traditional labor movement and they provide inspiring case studies of how women workers and their allies are inventing new forms of worker representation and power.
Category: Political Science