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The Four Moments Of The Sun

Author : Robert Farris Thompson
ISBN : UOM:39015047469708
Genre : Bakongo (African people)
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Moments In The Sun

Author : Mark McGuire
ISBN : 9780786405497
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Baseball's ranks are filled with those whose careers may not have been as spectacular as Ruth or Mays but who played essential roles in the game's history, like footnotes in a great book. Some were well known in their day, featured on the front of the sports section; others were lesser lights whose feats and misdeeds were so notable they deserve to be remembered. Bert Shepard pitched a game for the Washington Senators in 1945 despite being shot down over Germany the year before and losing a leg. Bernie Carbo hit a dramatic three-run homer in the eighth inning to tie Game Six of the 1975 World Series--but his blast was completely upstaged an hour or so later by Red Sox teammate Carlton Fisk's unforgettable shot down the left field line. Bo Belinsky no-hit the powerful Baltimore Orioles in 1962, but he finished his career with a monumentally disappointing 28-51 record. The 39 other subjects profiled in this work prove that, in baseball, fame can be fleeting.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Moments In The Sun A Novel

Author : Akili'Ka Mbonisi
ISBN : 9781257740000
Genre : Fiction
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James O'Neil, a well-to-do copy editor from the Hampton Roads, is convinced he can save his lawless and ill natured cousin Blacky from self destruction. James finds that the task of doing so is far more dangerous than he expected. In his attempts to dissuade Blacky from a life of crime, James encounters a variety of unsavory characters, and his naiveté subsequently takes him deep into the cruel and unforgiving world of Blacky. James learns that Blacky is leaving a pile of corpses in his wake. And upon this, James is ultimately devastated by the murder of someone dear to him.
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The Rotation Of Sun And Stars

Author : Jean-Pierre Rozelot
ISBN : 9783540878308
Genre : Science
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The Sun and stars rotate in di?erent ways and at di?erent velocity rates. The knowledge of how they rotate is important in understanding the formation and evolution of stars and their structure. The closest star to our Earth, the Sun, is a good laboratory to study in detail the rotation of a G star and allows to test new ideas and develop new techniques to study stellar rotation. More or less massive, more or lessevolved objects, however, can have averydi?erent rotation rate, structure and history. In recent years our understanding of the rotation of the Sun has greatly improved. The Sun has a well-known large-scale rotation, which can be m- sured thanks to visible features across the solar disk, such as sunspots, or via spectroscopy. In addition, several studies cast light on di?erential rotation in the convective zone and on meridional circulation in the radiative zone of the Sun. Even the rotation of the core of the Sun can now be studied thanks to various methods, such as dynamics of the gravitational moments and of course, helioseismology, through g-modes analysis. Moreover, the magnetic ?eld is strongly linked to the matter motions in the solar plasma. The solar magnetic ?eld can be measured only at the surface or in theupperlayers.Itistheproductoftheinternaldynamoorofthelocaldynamos if they exist – in any case magnetic ?eld and rotation cannot thus be separated.
Category: Science

The Greatest Moments Of Florida Gators Football

Author : Mike Bynum
ISBN : 157167196X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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From the school's inaugural season in 1906 through its national championship campaign of 1996, all of the most exciting stories are captured for the very first time in a single book. Included are tales about such great players as 1966 Heisman Trophy winner and current head coach Steve Spurrier and 1996 Heisman quarterback Danny Wuerffel. Fans can read about Florida's early successes in the 1920s, its first bowl team in 1952, the teams of Doug Dickey in the '70s and Galen Hall in the '80s, and, of course, Spurrier's amazing teams of the '90s, including the '96 national champs.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Critical Moments In Religious History

Author : Kenneth Keulman
ISBN : 0865544115
Genre : Religion
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These critical essays examine ways in which political culture interacts with the world's religions, and within the context of religious pluralism. The authors raise the issue regarding the way religion affects political modernization, and, conversely, how social and political realities may define and determine the boundaries of religion(s). Critical Moments in Religious History addresses issues of vital concern, religious and political, theological and social issues that, indeed, remain critical.
Category: Religion

Amazing Moments With The Savior

Author : Kelly Beason
ISBN : 9781615792290
Genre : Religion
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You will be truly inspired and amazed as you read about her personal experiences with the Savior's love and power. They are true stories that demonstrate the power of prayer, his guidance, care, encouragement and his healing power. This book will jumpstart your walk with Jesus and help you to live out the adventure that God intended for you. Kelly Beason is an inspiring, enthusiastic and encouraging speaker. She is a mom on mission everyday and loves her radio ministry on WJIA 88.5FM. She writes and records the "Beason Bit" which is broadcast daily to jumpstart and refresh the listener as they begin their new day. She graduated from UAH with a BS degree in business. She is involved in global missions through her role as state collection center coordinator for Samaritan's Purse and Operation Christmas Child. She is certified in Evangelism Explosion and has been on several mission trips. She serves as a chaplain at the Great Physicians medical Clinic in her community. She is married to Steve with four kids, Wesley, Chad, Colten and Anna Claire. She is an active member of First Baptist Church in Albertville, Al. where she loves to sing in the choir and the "Breath of Praise." You can listen to the "Beason Bit" daily on wjia885.com and read her monthly newsletter.
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A Pocketful Of Rye

Author : Anthony Masters
ISBN : 9781448211555
Genre : Fiction
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First published in 1964, Anthony Masters' early collection of short stories , A Pocketful of Rye, is preoccupied with problems of social marginalisation and inequality. With his typical sensitivity, Masters observes universal human struggles caused by aging, impoverishment, alienation and disability. These short stories are touching and poignant without being sentimental or patronising.
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Ernest Hemingway S The Sun Also Rises

Author : Harold Bloom
ISBN : 9780791093597
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Provides a biographical sketch of the author, a list of characters and plot summary, and a collection of critical essays on the work.
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Ernest Hemingway S The Sun Also Rises

Author : Linda Wagner-Martin
ISBN : 9780195145731
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Still the most popular of Hemingway's books, The Sun also Rises captures the quintessential romance of the expatriate Americans and Britons in Paris after World War I. The text provides a way for discussions of war, sexuality, personal angst, and national identity to be linked inextricably with the stylistic traits of modern writing. This Casebook, edited by one of Hemingway's most eminent scholars, presents the best critical essays on the novel to be published in the last half century. These essays address topics as diverse as sexuality, religion, alcoholism, gender, Spanish culture, economics, and humor. The volume also includes an interview with Hemingway conducted by George Plimpton.
Category: Literary Criticism

Utopian Moments

Author : J. C. Davis
ISBN : 9781849666831
Genre : Political Science
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Within literature, history, politics, philosophy and theology, the interpretation of utopian ideals has evolved constantly. Juxtaposing historical views on utopian diagnoses, prescriptions and on the character and value of utopian thought with more modern interpretations, this volume explores how our ideal utopia has transformed over time. Challenging long-held interpretations, the contributors turn a fresh eye to canonical texts, and open them up to a twenty-first century audience. From Moore's Utopia to Le Guin's The Dispossessed, Utopian Moments puts forward a lively and accessible debate on the nature and significance of utopian thought and tradition. Each essay focuses on a key passage from the selected work using it to encourage both the specialist and the reader new to the field to read afresh. Written by an international team of leading scholars, the essays range from the sixteenth century to the present day and are designed to be both stimulating and accessible.
Category: Political Science

Symbolic Loss

Author : James S. Hans
ISBN : 081391986X
Genre : Psychology
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Historically, many world cultures have linked three disparate phenomena: collective loss; mourning; and the construction of monuments and cultural symbols to represent the loss over time and render it memorable, meaningful, and thereby bearable. In a century of great loss, observers of western culture have commented on the decline of mourning practices and the absence of their associated rituals. The ten essays assembled here by Peter Homans represent, in a genuinely interdisciplinary way, the recent work of scholars attempting to understand this trend. Arranged in sections on cultural studies, architecture, history, and psychology, this accessible collection can serve as an introduction to the uses of mourning in contemporary cultures. Contributors: Paul A. Anderson, University of MichiganDoris L. Bergen, University of Notre DameMitchell Breitwieser, University of California, BerkeleyPeter Homans, University of ChicagoPatrick H. Hutton, University of VermontMarie-Claire Lavabre, National Institute for Scientific Research, ParisPeter C. Shabad, Northwestern University Medical School and Columbia Michael Reese Hospital and Medical CenterLevi P. Smith, Art Institute of ChicagoJulia Stern, Northwestern UniversityJames E. Young, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Category: Psychology

The Diary Of An American Expatriate

Author : Ilene Springer
ISBN : 9781782341260
Genre : Travel
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Have you ever thought of chucking everything and starting life over in a new country? This is the true story of Ilene Springer who tells you what it's like to leave the US at the age of 55 to start a new life in another country, while reluctantly leaving two grown daughters behind who claim she is abandoning them. It tells all the good, bad and funny about being an expatriate--and there's a lot of all three. A divorced freelance writer who suffers from panic attacks, Ilene becomes desperate when her American health insurance bill skyrockets to over $900 a month. When it becomes a choice between paying the rent or going to the doctor, Ilene chooses a third, terrifying option: moving to the Mediterranean island of Malta where she can possibly train to become an English teacher and get into the country’s national healthcare system. Armed with only her wits, a cat and her British-German boyfriend who she has recently met on the Web, Ilene makes the move, ironically on the eve of the election of Barack Obama. But despite being a so-called English-speaking country, Malta is not easy to get used to, Americans are not welcomed as employees and her partner is much harder to live with than she thought. And yet the gorgeous Maltese sun, sea and fascinating foreigners lead Ilene to a zany adventure of a lifetime. Based on the popular blog An American in Malta, Ilene’s confessions warn anyone who ever thought of starting over somewhere new the raw, hard truth and often the hilarious things that await them.
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Requiem For The Sun

Author : Elizabeth Haydon
ISBN : 9781429912495
Genre : Fiction
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It all began with the nationally bestselling Elizabeth Haydon's Rhapsody Trilogy. A fellowship of three had been forged, companions brought together by fate, driven by prophecy: Rhapsody, a Singer of great talent and beauty; Achmed, an assassin with unearthly talents; and Grunthor, a giant of jolly disposition and lethal skill with weapons. The three overcame great adversity in defeating the F'dor--an ancient evil being intent on destroying the world--their battle culminating in Destiny, a thundering crescendo of tragedy, love, and triumph of the human spirit over world-shattering cataclysm. Now comes... Requiem for the Sun, Sequel to the USA Today bestselling Rhapsody Trilogy It has been three years since their devastating battle, and peace has settled across their land. But to the south an empire lies ready to crumble. When the Dowager Empress dies, along with her successor, a great war breaks out, threatening to overwhelm the known world. And an old nemesis of Rhapsody's--presumed dead for centuries--resurfaces, forcing her to choose between facing his depravity or sacrificing her own life . . . and that of her unborn child. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
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The Cloudspotter S Guide

Author : Gavin Pretor-Pinney
ISBN : 9781101203316
Genre : Nature
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Now in paperback: the runaway British bestseller that has cloudspotters everywhere looking up. Where do clouds come from? Why do they look the way they do? And why have they captured the imagination of timeless artists, Romantic poets, and every kid who's ever held a crayon? Veteran journalist and lifelong sky watcher Gavin Pretor-Pinney reveals everything there is to know about clouds, from history and science to art and pop culture. Cumulus, nimbostratus, and the dramatic and surfable Morning Glory cloud are just a few of the varieties explored in this smart, witty, and eclectic tour through the skies. Illustrated with striking photographs (including a new section in full-color) and line drawings featuring everything from classical paintings to lava lamps, The Cloudspotter's Guide will have enthusiasts, weather watchers, and the just plain curious floating on cloud nine.
Category: Nature

Dc Comics Super Villains 100 Greatest Moments

Author : Robert Greenberger
ISBN : 9780785836193
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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DC Comics has created some of the most twisted and complex villainous characters in the world of comics. The third installment in the popular 100 Greatest Moments of DC Comics series, DC Comics Super-Villains features the pivotal acts that shaped the characters of 74 of these bad guys in over 200 pages of art. Every hero needs a villain. In fighting them, the extreme superiority of our heroes is revealed. The methods and morals of villains are usually the key difference between them and the heroes. Batman, for instance, is a vigilante who cleans up the streets while never stooping so low as to kill the deplorable criminals he battles. What makes him truly good is that he upholds these standards even when he's faced with a villain like the Joker, an entity that would arguably be better off dead. Many bad guys cause mayhem for mayhem's sake, with sometimes no apparent reason other than simply being bad. What makes a villain great, however, is the complexity of their character. The truly terrible villains of DC Comics have depths of cruelty that grow with them, and specific motivations driving them. In these pages, you will see these super-villains at the peak of their achievements; committing heinous acts of death and destruction, all to achieve a specific goal. They challenge the heroes and their ideals, seeing the caped and cowled figures as obstacles to be overcome. Compiled by several groups of hardcore fans, these 100 moments are the greatest (worst?) villainous acts in DC Comic book history. A summary of each super-villain brings new fans up to speed, from their origins to their most dastardly revivals. It's a great starting point for new readers or a nostalgic look for hardcore fans through the villains old and new.
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Sun Touched Skin

Author : Alexis Darwish
ISBN : 1092378936
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This book is filled with fifty poems from my life and something I created primarily for my senior project.
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