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The Dawn Of Man

Author : Elbert Lewis Jr.
ISBN : 9781450280457
Genre : Fiction
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A clash of galactic empires, An ancient alliance in crisis and defeat, A desperate plan for survival, The Dawn of MAN In 50,000 BC the Reiign was an ancient race with a far-flung galactic empire when cave men roamed the earth. Their golden age spanned many millennia and brought their philosophy of peaceful co-existence and technological exchange to many sentient species and solar systems in their spiral arm of the Milky Way galaxy. Their march towards universal self-determination was shattered by an invading menace from the Large Magellanic Cloud. The clash of equally ancient but diametrically opposed cultures left the Reiign, a race genetically cleansed of most aggressive tendencies for many thousands of years, facing annihilation. Desperate situations breed desperate measures A group of scientists escaped to the last frontier of the galaxy. In a last ditch attempt to save their empire and culture, they devised a stratagem to defeat the invaders. Their plan, a 50,000 year genetic breeding project, results in the creation of the perfect warrior, a biological construct bred for aggression and genetically optimized for war; a being sociologically conditioned to the shedding of blood on a mass scale, the ultimate killing machinethey created MAN!
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Origins Dawn Of Man

Author : David Sunseri
ISBN : 9781483413129
Genre : Fiction
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A great war has just ravaged the Pleiades galaxy, leaving two of its residents without a choice but to reside in a new solar system. The Annunaki, an aggressive species determined to become a galactic power, have taken residency on Nibiru. The more peaceful Eolusians have relocated to Mars. Now the two conflicting cultures must not only adapt to each other and their new worlds, but also find a way to survive. After it is discovered a nearby planet harbors essential resources, the Eolusians attempt to protect the planet while the Annunaki plot to take it over. In this gripping tale, two vastly different species face a final showdown for a planet vital to their continued existence as a new race arises amid an uncertain future.
Category: Fiction

Dinosaur Encyclopedia

Author : David Lambert
ISBN : 0789479354
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A guide to dinosaurs, each with a description of how, where, and when it lived, plus the latest information about its size, diet, and evolutionary significance.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Dawn Of Man

Author : J. V. S. Megaw
ISBN : UCAL:B5021895
Genre : Anthropologie préhistorique
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Discusses what the findings of modern archaeologists have revealed about man's origins and development.
Category: Anthropologie préhistorique

The Dawn Of Reason

Author : James Weir
ISBN : 9783732648177
Genre : Fiction
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Reproduction of the original: The Dawn of Reason by James Weir
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The Dawn Of History

Author : C.F Keary
ISBN : 9783752402636
Genre : Fiction
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Reproduction of the original: The Dawn of History by C.F Keary
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At The Dawn Of A New Consciousness

Author : Bernard Nesfield-Cookson
ISBN : 9781906999117
Genre : Science
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The Italian Renaissance is considered by many to mark the beginning of the modern age, the name itself - literally meaning 'rebirth'-accurately expressing the innovation that took place during this period. Renaissance thinkers took a vital interest in history, literature and the arts, focusing on the human world as much as, if not more than, that of God; and the rapid development of the arts and sciences reflected their study of the visible, physical world in all its three-dimensional glory.
Category: Science

Diseases Of Man Acquired From His Pets

Author : B. Bisseru
ISBN : 9781483225548
Genre : Medical
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Diseases of Man Acquired from his Pets provides guideline of the diseases that man may acquire from animals. This book is composed of nine chapters. The chapters are divided broadly into the types of animals kept as pets. This book begins with a general introduction to animal pets. The subsequent chapters deal with diseases acquired from carnivores, birds, and rodents, with a particular emphasis on leptospirosis, which affects rodents, carnivores, farm animals, man and, to a limited extent, birds. These chapters discuss the epidemiology, clinical signs, symptoms and treatment of this infection. These topics are followed by a chapter on Ungulates, which includes farm animals, the occupational hazards of handling large numbers of animals since livestock are in very close contact with the farmer and farm workers. Similarly, the occupational hazards from birds (factory farming) through Newcastle disease, which sometimes affects pet birds (parrots), and other diseases are explored. The remaining chapters concern certain infectious diseases acquired from reptiles, amphibians, fish, and arthropods. This book is of value to practitioners and students, both of human and veterinary medicine, and those interested in animal care.
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The Dawn Of A To Morrow

Author : Frances Hodgson Burnett
ISBN : 9781427061287
Genre : Fiction
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Published in 1909, The Dawn of a Tomorrow by Frances Hodgson Burnett is a work seeped in realism and religious convictions. It portrays one of the wealthiest and most influential men in England in the throes of despair being led to faith through his brief acquaintance with the poorest of society. The author asserts complete and unbending belief bears fruit and brings hope.
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The Dawn Of Astronomy

Author : Sir Norman Lockyer
ISBN : HARVARD:32044020848503
Genre : Astronomy, Egyptian
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Plays One Adaugo Giddy Festival The Dawn Of Full Moon Daring Destiny And Withered Thrust

Author : Osita Ezenwanebe
ISBN : 9781469192710
Genre : Performing Arts
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The book, Plays One: Adaugo, Daring Destiny, Giddy Festival, The Dawn of Full Moon and Withered Thrust, is a compilation of plays by an African female Playwright, Osita Catherine Ezenwanebe Ph. D, an Associate Professor of dramatic Arts, University of Lagos Nigeria, a Visiting Professor and Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence, Winston-Salem State University, North Carolina, USA. It is aimed at making the plays available to her foreign audience who learnt of the plays during her scholarly activities as a Senior Fulbright Visiting Professor in United States of America. The plays are African Total Theatre, a functional and multidimensional view of theatre employing mime, songs, dances, chants, rituals, dialogue, etc. to drive home the message. The plays cover her though about the symbiotic relationship between drama and society and capture the social upheavals in Africa and modern world in general. Her perspective is humanist with a special concern for women and youth. Withered Thrust (2007) captures the pervasiveness of corruption; a social epidemic in which the oppressed employ anarchic ways of survival and social crusaders are infested with the same contagion as those they avowedly oppose, making the future look very bleak. Giddy Festival (2009) extends the theme of social rot and moral decay by focusing on the moral bankruptcy of the ruling class and its consequent atrophy of spirit: the politicians are giddy in merriment, full of empty rhetoric, egotistic, morally perverse, ideologically bankrupt and administratively incompetent; the suffering masses adopt anarchic indifference as a shield, and the law is made to look as an ass, resulting in a high disregard of the dignity of the human person. The drum beats, heralding the joyous moment of the power bloc; simultaneously, disjointed bones are fall-offs from the drum beat of their merriment. What a giddy festival! The Dawn of Full Moon (2009) brings a light of hope in the state of woman in many societies of the world where they still labor under the yoke of oppression. The play celebrates the sanctity of womanhood by dramatizing the dark days of a helpless, less privileged teenage girl and her victorious triumph when she blossoms like the dazzling brightness of full moon; strong, forceful and irresistible. It is a play deliberately meant to instill hope and confidence in women and youths. The Dawn of Full Moon also recreates the revolutionary love necessary for sustaining communal ties and gender complementarity. 2. In Adaugo (2011) the playwright deconstructs the suppressive oppression of women embedded in the rigidity of traditional social roles of male breadwinning and female home keeping in modern world and presents it as a major source of crisis in gender relation. By making the female protagonist, Adaugo, excel in both roles at a time her husband could not perform his due to circumstances beyond his control, the playwright celebrates the strength of women and calls for a change in the conception of masculinity in the face of modern experiences. In all, the play upholds the complementarity of the sexes which the playwright sees as imperative for traditional family and communal life. 3. Daring Destiny is a play that advocates Spartan courage and tenacity of purpose as the surest means of achieving a desirable destiny. It dramatizes the fate of the youth in a state where years of misrule has given way to anarchy. Mindless politicians and vicious capitalists cripple the people to penury and turn the youth into expendable cannon folders thereby setting up frightening destiny as their future. The youth are urged to dare such destiny and never give in to despair.
Category: Performing Arts

The Dawn Of Indian Music In The West

Author : Peter Lavezzoli
ISBN : 0826418155
Genre : Music
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Peter Lavezzoli, Buddhist and musician, has a rare ability to articulate the personal feeling of music, and simultaneously narrate a history. In his discussion on Indian music theory, he demystifies musical structures, foreign instruments, terminology, an
Category: Music

The Great Law

Author : Hilton Hotema
ISBN : 0787304468
Genre : Philosophy
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1963 Highly Illustrated. Prof. Hotema studied the teachings of the Ancients from hidden and revealed sources for over seventy years. He was a student of many movements and teachings, Rosicrucian, Theosophy, Hindu, Hebrew, Egyptian & Grecian Mysteries, M.
Category: Philosophy

The Dawn Of The World

Author : Clinton Hart Merriam
ISBN : 0803281935
Genre : History
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The stories collected here were related by the Miwok elders "after the first rains of the winter season, usually in the ceremonial roundhouse and always at night by the dim light of a flickering fire". Included are creation myths and accounts of the First People, beings who antedated humans, as well as tales about animals, death, ghosts, witches, giants, and natural phenomena. Photos.
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The Religions Of Japan From The Dawn Of History To The Era Of M Iji

Author : William Elliot Griffis
ISBN : 9783847203216
Genre : Fiction
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This book is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS series. The creators of this series are united by passion for literature and driven by the intention of making all public domain books available in printed format again - worldwide. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. Several mostly non-profit literature projects provide content to tredition. To support their good work, tredition donates a portion of the proceeds from each sold copy. As a reader of a TREDITION CLASSICS book, you support our mission to save many of the amazing works of world literature from oblivion.
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The Dawn Of All

Author : Robert Hugh Benson
ISBN : 0972982159
Genre : Fiction
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The Dawn of All, the second of Robert Hugh Benson's two science fiction satires, is a "counterblast" to the terrifying Lord of the World. Contradiction the idea that this novel presents a blueprint for an ideal society, "Benson wrote often and emphatically that he did not for a moment expect the pictured solution to realize itself, and that he even hoped it would not. Neither Science, nor the State, nor Religion would ever, he was convinced, find themselves in such mutual relations as he had invented." (C. C. Martindale, S.J.) Robert Hugh Benson (1871-1914) enjoyed a career that lasted little over a decade. In addition to a great many non-fiction works, he authored a series of twenty novels and short story collections that combined a specific moral orientation with an astonishing popularity among the general public of the early twentieth century. As an Anglican and later a Catholic priest, Father Benson was in great demand as a speaker in both England and the United States. The most sensational English convert from the Anglican Communion to Catholicism since John Henry Newman, Benson was a son of the Archbishop of Canterbury. He wrote from a Catholic perspective, but with real understanding and sympathy for the Protestant position.
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The Dawn Of Day

Author : Friedrich Nietzsche
ISBN : 9780486146591
Genre : Philosophy
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This compendium of aphorisms and prose poems marks the advent of Nietzsche's mature philosophy. It represents an essential guide to understanding his later, better-known works.
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The Dawn Of The Xixth Century In England

Author : John Ashton
ISBN : UCAL:B4010785
Genre : Clothing and dress
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"Steam was in its very babyhood; locomotives, and steamships, were only just beginning to be heard of; Gas was a novelty, and regarded more as an experiment, than the useful agent we have since found it; whilst Electricity was but a scientific toy. Commerce was but just developing, being hampered by a long and cruel war, which was borne with exemplary patience and fortitude by the nation. The Manners, Dress, and Food, were all so different to those of our day, that to read of them, especially when the description is taken from undoubtedly contemporary sources, is not only amusing, but instructive. The Newspapers of the day are veritable mines of information. Rich sources, too, to furnish illustrations, are open, and I have availed myself largely of the privilege; and I have endeavoured, as far as in my power lay, to give a faithful record of the Dawn of the Nineteenth Century in England, taken absolutely from original, and authentic, sources." --Preface.
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The Dawn Of Modern Warfare

Author : Hans Delbr_ck
ISBN : 0803265867
Genre : History
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Translation of: Geschichte der Kriegskunst im Rahmen der politischen Geschichte.
Category: History