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Red Horizons

Author : Ion Mihai Pacepa
ISBN : 0895267462
Genre : True Crime
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A Communist spy chief reveals the unbridled and oppressive power wielded by the Party in Romania and other Eastern Bloc countries
Category: True Crime

Red Horizon

Author : Salvador Mercer
Genre : Fiction
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The truth of discovery is on mankind’s horizon, a Red Horizon. For nearly four long years, the world’s superpowers have mobilized their people and resources in preparation for the next discovery, Mars. The race against one another pales in comparison to the inherent dangers of travelling through the vastness of the cosmos, going where mankind has never gone before. Facing the hostile and challenging environment of space, and nations ready to do anything it takes to win, Richard, ‘Rock’ Crandon pulls his team together in an attempt to reach the alien technology on the red planet first, and discover the intent behind the alien species. Will mankind tear itself apart in the name of discovery, or will the truth reveal something more sinister, the true intent of the aliens?
Category: Fiction

Beyond The Red Horizon

Author : Elizabeth Haran
ISBN : 9783732546138
Genre : Fiction
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England, 1918. World War One rages, and Victoria Hospital harbours the wounded. Between the falling bombs, a love is blooming. Nurse Elena and Doctor Lyle fall hard for each other. Their passion rivalled only by their desire to save lives. Doomed from the start, the young lovers must hide their relationship. But Lyle has kept a secret from Elena. Guilt-ridden, he breaks off contact and returns home to marry his ex-girlfriend. Elena's parents arrange her marriage to an older Italian who takes his unwilling bride to Australia. Years later, Lyle answers an ad for the Flying Doctor Service "Down Under". Meanwhile Elena has learned to survive on the outback. And she has kept quiet all these years about a scandal that could tear her family apart. Beyond the Red Horizon is an epic historical romance. What if our soulmate slips through our fingers? Can true love stand the test of time-and the pain of betrayal? With an eye for detail, Elizabeth Haran has written numerous historical romance novels including Stars in the Southern Sky, Staircase to the Moon, Island of Whispering Winds, Under a Flaming Sky, Dreams beneath a Red Sun, and River of Fortune, available as ebooks. Haran's novels are perfect for fans of family sagas set in beautiful locations like Sarah Lark's, Island of a Thousand Springs or Kate Morton's, The Forgotten Garden. About the author Elizabeth Haran was born in Bulawayo, Rhodesia and migrated to Australia as a child. She lives with her family in Adelaide and has written fourteen novels set in Australia. Her heart-warming and carefully crafted books have been published in ten countries and are bestsellers in Germany.
Category: Fiction

The Red Horizon

Author : Patrick MacGill
ISBN : 1406530352
Genre : Fiction
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Patrick MacGill (1889-1963) was an Irish journalist, poet and novelist, known as "The Navvy Poet" because he had worked as a "navvy" (itinerant labourer) before he began writing. At the age of 19 years he self-published eight thousand copies of a small book (56pp) printed by The Derry Journal which he called Gleanings from a Navvy's Scrapbook (1910). The following year Patrick was working as a journalist for the London Daily Express. Then he published his first novel Children of the Dead End (1914), of which 10,000 copies were printed in March 1914; Described as 'un nuovo grande astro della litteratura inglese' in La Stampa.
Category: Fiction

Soil Survey

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ISBN : UOM:39015049345971
Genre : Soil surveys
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The Red Horizon Classic Reprint

Author : Patrick Macgill
ISBN : 0484861395
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Excerpt from The Red Horizon There is open in France a wonderful exhibition of the work of the many gallant artists who have been serving in the French trenches through the long months of the War. There is not a young writer, painter, or sculptor of French blood, who is not risking his life for his country. Can we make the same proud boast? About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Soil Survey

Author : United States Bureau of Chemistry and Soils
ISBN : UOM:39015049345542
Genre : Soil surveys
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Geological Survey Of Canada Current Research Online No 2000 D8

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ISBN : 9780660180519
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This paper examines a small area west of Verrill Canyon on the Scotian Slope to address whether sedimentological and geomechanical features of piston cores would explain the localized occurrence of sediment failures. The seabed in the area was divided into zones of disturbed, undisturbed, and erosional areas, and six continuous acoustic reflectors were traced throughout the area from high-resolution acoustic records. Nine sediment cores, providing a composite stratigraphy of the acoustic section, are described and the relationship of the failure horizons to core lithology and physical properties is discussed.

Arafat S War

Author : Efraim Karsh
ISBN : 9781555846602
Genre : History
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A noted historian analyzes Yasser Arafat’s role in destabilizing the Middle East in a book praised as “eye-opening and exhaustively researched” (New York Post). Offering the first comprehensive account of the collapse of the most promising peace process between Israel and the Palestinians, historian Efraim Karsh details Arafat’s efforts since the historic Oslo Peace Accords in building an extensive terrorist infrastructure, his failure to disarm the extremist groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad, and the Palestinian Authority’s systematic efforts to indoctrinate hate and contempt for the Israeli people through rumor and religious zealotry. Arafat has irrevocably altered the Middle East’s political landscape, and the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict will always be Arafat’s war.
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The Red Horizon

Author : Evangeline Ryves
ISBN : CHI:087986384
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Crossing Horizons

Author : Shlomo Biderman
ISBN : 9780231511599
Genre : Philosophy
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In this book, Shlomo Biderman examines the views, outlooks, and attitudes of two distinct cultures: the West and classical India. He turns to a rich and varied collection of primary sources: the Rg Veda, the Upanishads, and texts by the Buddhist philosophers Någårjuna and Vasubandhu, among others. In studying the West, Biderman considers the Bible and its commentaries, the writings of such philosophers as Plato, Descartes, Berkeley, Kant, and Derrida, and the literature of Kafka, Melville, and Orwell. Additional sources are Mozart's Don Giovanni and seminal films like Ingmar Bergman's Persona. Biderman uses concrete examples from religion and literature to illustrate the formal aspects of the philosophical problems of transcendence, language, selfhood, and the external world and then demonstrates their plausibility in actual situations. Though his method of analysis is comparative, Biderman does not adopt the disinterested stance of an "ideal" spectator. Rather, Biderman approaches ancient Indian thought and culture from a Western philosophical standpoint to uncover cultural presuppositions that can be difficult to expose from within the culture in question. The result is a fascinating landmark in the study of Indian and Western thought. Through his comparative prism, Biderman explores the most basic ideas underlying human culture, and his investigation not only sheds light on India's philosophical traditions but also facilitates a deeper understanding of our own.
Category: Philosophy

Geological Survey Of Canada Current Research Online No 2005 D3

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ISBN : 9780662408246
Genre : Geology, Stratigraphic
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This study uses newly acquired high-resolution seismic reflection data to present evidence of large-scale mass transport deposits throughout the Quaternary in southern Orphan Basin located off the northern slope of the Grand Banks. Mass transport deposits are those associated with slope failure and transport as slumps, slides, debris avalanches, or debris flows. The results reveal the types of mass transport deposits on the Basin slope & floor and their depositional pattern from the early Pleistocene to the present.
Category: Geology, Stratigraphic

Horizons Exploring The Universe

Author : Michael A. Seeds
ISBN : 9781111430207
Genre : Science
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Fully updated to reflect the latest cutting-edge discoveries, the Twelfth Edition of Mike Seeds's and Dana Backman's best-selling HORIZONS: EXPLORING THE UNIVERSE engages students by focusing on two central questions: How Do We Know? which emphasizes the role of evidence in the scientific process, providing insights into how science works; and What Are We? which highlights our place as planet dwellers in an evolving universe, guiding students to ask questions about where we came from and how we formed a perspective that the study of astronomy is uniquely positioned to emphasize. And because every course is as unique as its instructor--and its students--HORIZONS is supported by a range of teaching and learning solutions that allow you to craft the best course for your approach and course needs. Our innovative instructor resources include WebAssign online homework management and exclusive audience response technology. Students can select from several eBook options, student tutorial systems, or virtual laboratory experiments. HORIZONS provides the ideal foundation--our powerful technology tools are the building blocks that help you customize your course to fit your and your students' needs. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Category: Science

The Soils Of Israel

Author : Arieh Singer
ISBN : 9783540717348
Genre : Science
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This book describes the soils of Israel, offering details of their distribution, chemical, physical, and mineralogical characteristics and agricultural attributes. The pathways to the formation of each soil type are discussed against the background of such soil-forming factors as climate, lithology and physiography. The distribution of the different soil types is explained, based on the relationships between soils and soil-forming factors. This the first reference on the topic since 1948.
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ISBN : UOM:39015037749929
Genre : Geology
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Category: Geology