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The Chameleon

Author : Jake Miller
ISBN : 0823964175
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes the life cycle, habitats, and behavior of the chameleon.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

I Ching

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ISBN : 9780975964002
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The I Ching (Yijing) is an important text in the canon of world literature. It is also a divination tool familiar to millions of modern users. Books on the I Ching tend to approach it exclusively as one or the other: literary text or oracle. This annotated translation is designed to reconcile a century of provocative new scholarship with the function of divination for the modern reader. The most exciting new scholarship illuminates the epic tale of wise King Wen, valorous King Wu, and the rise of the Zhou dynasty. The emergence of this wonderful story explains countless cryptic allusions in the I Ching. It also provides an elegant way to recover the divinatory function for the modern reader, and suggests how it may have functioned for the original diviners. In this view, to make a divination is to read the moment against the dynasty change narrative -- truly to "consult King Wen."

The Curse Of The Chameleon

Author : Ken Bishop
ISBN : 9780595126965
Genre : Fiction
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Growing up in England was not the same for young Elliot as it was for other children his age. They, perhaps would not, could not rise to the challenge that awaited him. A resistence so overpowering and malevolent, that it will take every resource endowed within him to overcome it. His father Windsor Rothwick, was a proud and honorable family man; also a scientist. Until he dabbled into something he knew very little about. Reading books on the occult and demonology. Finally summoning an evil that would destroy the lives of his family as well as those unsuspecting allies he would encounter. Together they must find a way to defeat the most terrifying, the most grotesque, and the most maniacle evil to crossover into our world. Who will prevail in the battle incited by retribution, and fueled by revenge.
Category: Fiction

The Chameleon Consultant Culturally Intelligent Consultancy

Author : Andrew Holmes
ISBN : 9781351765657
Genre : Social Science
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This title was first published in 2002. How do you add value to your clients? Is it the process you use, or the technical skills you deploy? Or perhaps it's your ability to adjust the way you sell and deliver your services based upon your tacit understanding of your client's culture - the way we do things round here. Such chameleon-like behaviour is fundamental to successful consulting, and yet it is neither widely understood nor practised within the profession. Until now. This book describes a powerful way to improve the consultancy process, from selling the service to delivering the engagement, through a concept called cultural intelligence - the missing dimension of effective consultancy. By revisiting the consultancy process using a simple model of organizational culture, this text creates a potent technique for tailoring the principal consultancy processes of selling, relationship management, account management and engagement management. Such tailoring that ensures the consultant and consultancy firm can blend into their clients' organizations more effectively and as a result add immediate and lasting value.
Category: Social Science

Kiwi The Chameleon

Author : Suzanne Fedi Hagan
ISBN : 9781616631031
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Kiwi the Chameleon knows she is the most beautiful of Sophia's pets because of her magical, color-changing skin. She doesn't spend time with the other plain pets because she's too busy admiring herself. But when her skin becomes dull, she'll learn that looks aren't as important as she thought. Let Kiwi the Chameleon captivate your children with her inspirational tale.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Dance Of The Chameleon

Author : James R. Squadrito
ISBN : 9781682132012
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Dance of the Chameleon, A Vietnam Medic’s Story is an eyewitness account of both heroic and shameful events occurring during the Vietnam War. Decorated medic, James Squadrito, served in three venues in Vietnam where the experiences he recounts in the book were far too common. Rampant drug use among soldiers, sex-trafficking of Vietnamese women as young as twelve and thirteen years old both on and off base, ill-trained officers, and woefully prepared medics including himself were common realities during the war. Jim tells of incidences of soldiers he had to patch up who had shot themselves to get sent home, of dead soldiers who were shot by friendly fire in retaliation for their attempts at troop discipline, and racial infighting that mirrored the conflicts of the civil rights movement stateside. Arms trafficking and drug and artifact smuggling were standard crimes perpetrated by soldiers and officers. Fortunately, these and other inglorious moments were counterbalanced by self-sacrifice and heroism. Jim, who, chameleonlike, changed his colors from the spoiled frat boy to a productive citizen, recounts his personal journey of growth from cynicism to spirituality. After leaving the service and left scarred by his experiences, he would talk with other Vietnam soldiers at vets gatherings. These sessions were cathartic for him and provided a motivation to write this book, which he hopes will be a source of healing for his comrades who still haven’t recovered from the ravages of the Vietnam conflict. There are over one hundred thousand medics in the United States who walked the tightrope of saving lives and being pulled into actual combat when enemy troops ignored the Geneva Convention protocols. This book is a tribute to them who put the lives of soldiers first above their own.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Chameleon

Author : Sherwin-Williams Company
ISBN : NYPL:33433111532333
Genre : Industries
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The Chameleon

Author : Jerry Flesher
ISBN : 9780595509904
Genre : Fiction
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The Chameleonis the terrifying story of an innocent man being pursued as a terrorist while the real terrorist is free to perform his murderous agenda.
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I Chameleon The Mysterious Mr I And The Chameleon

Author : Harry Stephen Keeler
ISBN : 9781479439591
Genre : Fiction
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In 1936 Harry Stephen Keeler wrote a huge novel featuring the most unreliable narrator in literary history. His publishers forced him to split the books into two volumes, The Mysterious Mr. I and The Chameleon.Now, Ramble House has put the two novels together in one volume so you can read the whole story without changing books. Together, they are one of the most unusual books ever written.
Category: Fiction

The Chameleon

Author : Joseph Fioravanti
ISBN : 9781463450298
Genre : Fiction
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The book is about a 23 year old who becomes a cop in L.A. and had stumbled on a mysterious concoction by which he gain powers to change himself into anyone he wishes to be. What a great attribute for Police work. Although he finds it hard to keep this secret to himself.
Category: Fiction