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Author : Regina Karner
ISBN : STANFORD:36105029810285
Genre : Art
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Salve Regina

Author : Erica Fuentes
ISBN : 9786078125043
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Durante un siglo, Villa Vistamar ha reinado como el mejor internado catolico para jovencitas en los Estados Unidos; sus sacrosantos edificios han sido un hogar para inumerables numerosas jovencitas -peculiarmente, hijas de familias millonarias, y politicamente vulnerables- originarias de paises extranjeros. Juntas de nuevo, durante una reunion de su generacion, dos viejas amigas y companeras del internado, aun intrigadas por los misterios del historico convento donde vivieron su juventud, se empenan en descubrir tanto los secretos de la vieja hacienda del suroeste, como la relacion tan extrana entre las Hermanas de Santo Tomas y su benefactor. Convencidas de que descubririan la clave del misterio en los viejos y macabros baules que las monjas guardan en el sotano del convento, incursionan furtivamente, al amparo de la oscuridad nocturna, a las catacumbas de la antigua abadia, quedando literalmente atrapadas en un callejon sin salida; envueltas en una historia de intriga eclesiastica de la cual no existe escapatoria otra que descubrir la verdad. Varios encuentros terrorificos con los Guardianes de la Iglesia, que protegen los secretos que las mujeres han resuelto descifrar; asi como la muerte de una anciana monja, anteriormente Madre Superiora de la Congregacion, las llevan al descubrimiento de un escondrijo que guarda un millonario tesoro de un valor incalculable y que protege un tesoro aun mayor: un secreto que la Iglesia ha ocultado del mundo durante las ultimas nueve decadas de la historia de Europa Oriental, bajo el codigo eclesiastico de Salve Regina.
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Regina S International Vegetarian Favorites

Author : Regina Campbell
ISBN : 1557884102
Genre : Cooking
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An international assortment of great vegetarian cookery presents more than 140 delicious recipes--from Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, China and Japan, Latin America, the Middle East, the United States, and other locales--that include such treats a Jerk-Style Black Beans, Provencal Potato Gratin, Baklava, Dirty Rice and Beans, and other dishes, ranging from appetizers to beverages. Original.
Category: Cooking

Regina

Author : Leslie Hyla Winton Noble
ISBN : 9781920315269
Genre : South African fiction (English)
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Category: South African fiction (English)

Regina S Secret Spaces

Author : University of Regina. Canadian Plains Research Center
ISBN : 0889772002
Genre : History
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Regina's Secret Spaces: Love and Lore of Local Geography is an anthology of essays and poems by eighty writers, artists, architects, musicians, patrons of the arts, and cultural theorists who were inspired by and answered the call of editors Lorne Beug, Anne Campbell and Jeannie Mah to share their favourite "Regina secret." Some submissions were quirky and whimsical, delighting in those things -- small, yet significant -- which bring joy and connect us to the place we live; others were more serious and more theoretical, examining power structures -- both past and present -- and how these have shaped and are yet shaping the city. Reflective, engaging and insightful, all express an abiding fondness for the city of Regina.
Category: History

Regina Anderson Andrews Harlem Renaissance Librarian

Author : Ethelene Whitmire
ISBN : 9780252096419
Genre : Social Science
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The first African American to head a branch of the New York Public Library (NYPL), Regina Andrews led an extraordinary life. Allied with W. E. B. Du Bois, Andrews fought for promotion and equal pay against entrenched sexism and racism and battled institutional restrictions confining African American librarians to only a few neighborhoods within New York City. Andrews also played a key role in the Harlem Renaissance, supporting writers and intellectuals with dedicated workspace at her 135th Street Branch Library. After hours she cohosted a legendary salon that drew the likes of Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston. Her work as an actress and playwright helped establish the Harlem Experimental Theater, where she wrote plays about lynching, passing, and the Underground Railroad. Ethelene Whitmire's new biography offers the first full-length study of Andrews's activism and pioneering work with the NYPL. Whitmire's portrait of her sustained efforts to break down barriers reveals Andrews's legacy and places her within the NYPL's larger history.
Category: Social Science

Amor Y Soledad El Diario De Regina

Author : Maria Del Rosario Sanchez Loredo
ISBN : 9781617648342
Genre : Fiction
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Regina es una mujer que sobrevive su presente recordando el pasado, en cada instante recuerda tanto los momentos felices como los mas tristes de su vida, casada con Roberto quien era su mejor amigo y que después del tiempo se ha olvidado del amor que sentía por su esposa, hombre que se vuelve cínico al correr de los días y quien termina por engañar a Regina. Algo hay en el corazón de Regina que no puede olvidar a su primer amor a quien reencuentra después de mas de 20 años, él ha hecho su vida como lo hizo ella, a pesar del tiempo vuelve a sentir el mismo amor, Ernesto es un exitoso abogado que al volver a ver a Regina le da un vuelco el corazón y siente que este encuentro viene a contrariar su estable vida. Regina y Ernesto tienen un encuentro amoroso y después de eso él desaparece dejando a Regina mas sola que nunca, ahora no solo se convence de que esta plena y totalmente enamorada de Ernesto si no que siente que jamás podrá sacarlo de su corazón. Ahora Regina se queda más sola que nunca, más desolada, sin ganas de reír, con la única compañía de su mejor amigo y confidente "su diario".
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History Of The Muslims Of Regina Saskatchewan And Their Organizations

Author : Naiyer Habib
ISBN : 9781490752020
Genre : History
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Canada is home to immigrants from many cultures. Unlike times past, when newcomers from a foreign country seemed to want to blend in with their new culture as soon as possible, more recent immigrants want to become a part of their new home but retain some of the elements of their native cultures. This is a task that is often easier to talk about than to accomplish. History of the Muslims of Regina, Saskatchewan, and Their Organizations: Islamic Association, CCMW and MPJ represents the struggle and success of authors and editors Naiyer Habib and Mahlaqa Naushaba Habib. When they immigrated to Canada in 1973, they wanted to preserve their culture and religion for themselves as well as for future Muslim generations. The Culture in their new home was much different than theirs. It was the time when literature on Islam or Islamic culture was hard to find in English, so it was difficult for their new neighbors to learn about them. Through Islamic organizations begun by the Habibs and others in the Muslim community, whose stories are shared in this book, they introduced Islam and Muslims to Regina, while still holding on to their culture, but integrating with society at large. History of the Muslims of Regina, Saskatchewan, and Their Organizations: Islamic Association, CCMW and MPJ demonstrate it is not always easy to incorporate a familiar culture in a new home. But with hard work and willingness of all cultures involved to learn from each other, it can be done successfully.
Category: History

Regina S Dream

Author : Gillian Leggat
ISBN : 0435892401
Genre : Children's literature, African
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One of a series of readers for African students which aims to help them to develop an awareness and a love of language, and consists of stories from all over Africa. In this story Regina fails her audition for the lead role in the school play, but her athletic talent wins her another prized role.
Category: Children's literature, African

On The Side Of The People

Author : Jim William Warren
ISBN : 1550503359
Genre : History
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A comprehensive history of working people in Saskatchewan, from the mid-1800s to the present, in a handsome coffee-table format, including numerous historical photos of the personalities and events that bring it to life. This book is created for the working people that it celebrates. In a plain-spoken and engaging narrative style, it captures the events and the personalities that shaped the working people of Saskatchewan, and the life of the province that those workers built. Jim Warren tells the fascinating tale of jobs, working conditions, and the attempts to effect meaningful changes in the condition of workers' lives. Starting with the Fur Trade period, and moving through the arrival of the railroad brotherhoods, the emergence of the craft unions, two world wars, modernization, and into the present age, Working in Saskatchewan shows the evolution of the work force, and the relationship between that work force and both private and public sector employers. The book wraps up with a short chapter on the imagined future of labour in the province, in the voices of a series of speakers ranging from former Premier Allan Blakeney to ordinary workers on the floor of a recent sfl convention. Working in Saskatchewan also includes a number of features that will make it even more useful for private study or school work. Two comprehensive indexes detail the chief characters who played a role in the development of the labour movement, and a list of events and important topics. A series of informational appendices present statistical information relating to the Saskatchewan labour force - size of the organized and unorganized labour force, number of women in the work force, etc. There will also be ahelpful glossary of the acronyms and abbreviations that characterize written or oral discussions about labour, and a "geneology of labour" which charts the rise and growth of certain unions and their transformation into, or absorption by, others.
Category: History