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The Salsa Dancing Game For Men

Author : Michael Hickman
ISBN : 0991441087
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Here's an instructional book created to help you learn how to salsa dance. The alphabetical arrangement of this book is an original concept assigning an alphabet to a dance move. You can learn how to salsa dance at an incredible pace or learn a salsa dance alphabet one letter at a time. It's the standard book edition.

Salsa Dancing Game For Guys

Author : Michael Hickman
ISBN : 0991441028
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Here's an instructional book created to help you learn how to salsa dance. The alphabetical arrangement of this book is an original concept assigning an alphabet to a dance move. You can learn how to salsa dance at an incredible pace or learn a salsa dance alphabet one letter at a time. It's the standard mini book edition.

Salsa Dancing With Pterodactyls

Author : Leigh Verrill-Rhys
ISBN : 9781630413415
Genre : Fiction
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He's a lawyer. He's her boss. He’s the pterodactyl man she wants. She’s broken and can never give him the family he wants. She’s too good for him. She’s the answer to his prayers. He’s a monster to consider involving her in the mess he’s made of his life. David Gitano’s family believes she is using him. Emily Burdis’s family believes he is using her. Members of the Board force him to take the blame for a conspiracy that will destroy his career and he’s the kind of pterodactyl man who will do what it takes to protect his family. The conspirators pressure her to abandon him to his fate but she’s just as much a raptor as her lover when it comes to the family they have created together. A custody battle for his two-year son is the ultimate weapon but even that fails when Emily employs her public relations training to stack the family court against David’s in-laws.
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The Forward Male World Class Day Game For The Male In His 20s

Author : Mike Mehlman
ISBN : 9781733934916
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The Forward Male presents a collection of essential essays on day game approach for the male in his 20s. The author introduces a manifold array of novel ideas and implementations that revolutionize game theory and dismantle prior established notions. This work is best described as a necessary and remarkable coalescence of kinetic outflow following years of "silent wolf" approaching in which the author has had zero online presence or awareness. The Forward Male's nexus of insights serves to challenge and upend convictions of even the most seasoned approach veterans while simultaneously providing layers of value to the novice male.

Your Man 4 Personality Types

Author : Artsun Akopyan
ISBN : 9785042022494
Genre : Psychology
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The purpose of the book “Your Man” is not only to help you explain some of your partner’s previous actions, but to foresee future actions as well – without any chiromancy, astrology or card-reading. Find out what you can do to change aspects of his behavior, and what cannot be changed in him no matter what you do. Learn how your relationship can benefit from his personal virtues. In short, gain the knowledge you need to be happy with your chosen one.
Category: Psychology

The 50 Greatest Players In New York Giants History

Author : Robert W. Cohen
ISBN : 9781493035663
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The New York Giants joined the National Football League back in 1925, and have since been one of the league’s flagship franchises. The Giants have appeared in nineteen NFL championship games—more than any other team—and have won eight league championships. Iconic figures such as Eli Manning, Phil Simms, Harry Carson, Michael Strahan, and Frank Gifford have all played for the Giants. Twenty-five players who spent at least one full season with the Giants have been inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame, and fifteen of those men spent the majority of their careers playing for the team. This book carefully measures the careers of those players who made the greatest impact on the team. The ranking was determined by such factors as the extent to which each player added to the Giants’ legacy, the degree to which he impacted the fortunes of his team, and the level of dominance he attained while wearing the Big Blue uniform. Features of The 50 Greatest Players in New York Giants Football History include: Each player’s notable achievements Recaps of the player’s most memorable performances Summaries of each player’s best season Quotes from former teammates and opposing players Football fans will find The 50 Greatest Players in New York Giants Football History a fascinating collection of bios, stats, recaps, quotes, and more. And with such iconic figures as Lawrence Taylor, Emlen Tunnell, Roosevelt Brown, and Mel Hein leading the list, this book is sure to inspire debate and controversy among true Giants supporters.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Games Black Girls Play

Author : Kyra D. Gaunt
ISBN : 0814731198
Genre : Games
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2007 Alan Merriam Prize presented by the Society for Ethnomusicology 2007 PEN/Beyond Margins Book Award Finalist When we think of African American popular music, our first thought is probably not of double-dutch: girls bouncing between two twirling ropes, keeping time to the tick-tat under their toes. But this book argues that the games black girls play —handclapping songs, cheers, and double-dutch jump rope—both reflect and inspire the principles of black popular musicmaking. The Games Black Girls Play illustrates how black musical styles are incorporated into the earliest games African American girls learn—how, in effect, these games contain the DNA of black music. Drawing on interviews, recordings of handclapping games and cheers, and her own observation and memories of gameplaying, Kyra D. Gaunt argues that black girls' games are connected to long traditions of African and African American musicmaking, and that they teach vital musical and social lessons that are carried into adulthood. In this celebration of playground poetry and childhood choreography, she uncovers the surprisingly rich contributions of girls’ play to black popular culture.
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Afro Latin Rhythm Romance Dance

Author : Gary Sowell
ISBN : 9781496953971
Genre : Performing Arts
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I am a native of Colorado My father Booker T. Sowell was the first Black family to own property in Jefferson County. Our family was the first Blacks to attend and graduate from a Jefferson County School. I wrote and published the history for the school district as well as for the city of Lakewood, Colorado. I am the author of "Moral obligation" as well as "Just One Moment In Time". I have traveled to many places around the world that has inspired and changed me in many different ways.
Category: Performing Arts

A Game Of Futebol

Author : Ray Allard
ISBN : 9781465332431
Genre : Fiction
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Rio Pequeno is a village surviving from a destructive, drawn-out civil war, one that has left this little-known South American countrys federal infrastructure demolished. The villagers, in fearful memory of past atrocities and military reprisals, are playing reluctant hosts to an occupying company of battle-weary soldiers, who are seeking rest and reorganization. Amid a mix of hospitality and resentment, conflicts arise. Tensions arise, primarily between the tired company commander and the stubborn village priest, and lead to an inevitable and highly emotional confrontation overa game of futebol.
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Problems In Modern Latin American History

Author : John Charles Chasteen
ISBN : 0842050604
Genre : History
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This is a completely revised and updated edition of SR Books' classic text, Problems in Modern Latin American History. This book has been brought up to date by Professors John Charles Chasteen and James A. Wood to reflect current scholarship and to maximize the book's utility as a teaching tool. The book is divided into 13 chapters, with each chapter dedicated to addressing a particular 'problem' in modern Latin America-issues that complement most survey texts. Each chapter includes an interpretive essay that frames a clear central issue for students to tackle, along with excerpts from historical writing that advance alternative-or even conflicting-interpretations. In addition, each chapter contains primary documents for students to analyze in relation to the interpretive issues. This primary material includes passages of Latin American fiction in translation, biographical sketches, and images. Designed as a supplemental text for survey courses on Latin American history, this book's provocative 'problems' approach will engage students, evoke lively classroom discussion, and promote critical thinking.
Category: History

Trojans 1972 An Immortal Team Of Mortal Men

Author : Bill Block
ISBN : 9781477164433
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Bill Blocks Trojans 1972: An Immortal Team of Mortal Men captures the story of 47- USC football players, beyond their glory days on campus and into their everyday lives as men. The 1972 Trojans are considered one of the greatest teams in the history of college football. They defeated Ohio State 42-17 in the 1973 Rose Bowl to complete an undefeated 12-0 season and were crowned national champions. Each chapter is a mini biography told through the eyes of each player. Each and every player from that 72 team whether as powerful as fullback Sam Bam Cunningham, as intellectually gifted as defensive back Marvin Cobb, or as massive as offensive lineman Pete Adams, eventually became one of us. A mortal. Youll fi nd humor; youll fi nd sorrow; and youll fi nd football. Most of all youll fi nd lessons about being mortal.
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Author : Ed Salama
ISBN : 9781462085460
Genre : Fiction
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There are many ways a young man can rise from the bottom of his society to its top, but this one young man had it all his own way. His unique way. In his search for spirituality, he crossed over oceans and continents to explore. In his pursuit of success, he made the biggest gambles ever. Exploring the difference between love and lust, he had to go alone on a long way. After he had seen it all, he decided to find his own world. This is the true story that you didn't hear before.
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Corporeality In Early Twentieth Century Latin American Literature

Author : B. Willis
ISBN : 9781137268808
Genre : Social Science
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Featuring canonical Spanish American and Brazilian texts of the 1920s and 30s, Corporeality in Early Twentieth-Century Latin American Literature is an innovative analysis of the body as site of inscription for avant-garde objectives such as originality, subjectivity, and subversion.
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Dancing In The Streets

Author : Barbara Ehrenreich
ISBN : 9781429904650
Genre : History
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From the bestselling social commentator and cultural historian comes Barbara Ehrenreich's fascinating exploration of one of humanity's oldest traditions: the celebration of communal joy In the acclaimed Blood Rites, Barbara Ehrenreich delved into the origins of our species' attraction to war. Here, she explores the opposite impulse, one that has been so effectively suppressed that we lack even a term for it: the desire for collective joy, historically expressed in ecstatic revels of feasting, costuming, and dancing. Ehrenreich uncovers the origins of communal celebration in human biology and culture. Although sixteenth-century Europeans viewed mass festivities as foreign and "savage," Ehrenreich shows that they were indigenous to the West, from the ancient Greeks' worship of Dionysus to the medieval practice of Christianity as a "danced religion." Ultimately, church officials drove the festivities into the streets, the prelude to widespread reformation: Protestants criminalized carnival, Wahhabist Muslims battled ecstatic Sufism, European colonizers wiped out native dance rites. The elites' fear that such gatherings would undermine social hierarchies was justified: the festive tradition inspired French revolutionary crowds and uprisings from the Caribbean to the American plains. Yet outbreaks of group revelry persist, as Ehrenreich shows, pointing to the 1960s rock-and-roll rebellion and the more recent "carnivalization" of sports. Original, exhilarating, and deeply optimistic, Dancing in the Streets concludes that we are innately social beings, impelled to share our joy and therefore able to envision, even create, a more peaceable future. "Fascinating . . . An admirably lucid, level-headed history of outbreaks of joy from Dionysus to the Grateful Dead."—Terry Eagleton, The Nation
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Young Men

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ISBN : UOM:39015031005781
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Association Men

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ISBN : WISC:89059432773
Genre : Young Men's Christian associations
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The Immigrant Advantage

Author : Claudia Kolker
ISBN : 9781416587118
Genre : Social Science
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Do you have a relative or friend who would gladly wait on you, hand and foot, for a full month after you had a baby? How about someone to deliver a delicious, piping hot home-cooked meal, just like your mother’s, right to your front door after work? Do you know people you’d trust enough to give several hundred dollars a month to, with no receipt, on the simple promise that the accumulated wealth will come back to you a year later? Not many of us can answer “yes” to these questions. But as award-winning journalist Claudia Kolker has discovered, each of these is one of a wide variety of cherished customs brought to the United States by immigrant groups, often adapted to American life by the second generation in a distinctive blending of old and new. Taken together, these extraordinary traditions may well contribute to what’s known as “the immigrant paradox,” the growing evidence that immigrants, even those from poor or violence-wracked countries, tend to be both physically and mentally healthier than most native-born Americans. These customs are unfamiliar to most Americans, but they shouldn’t be. Honed over centuries, they provide ingenious solutions to daily challenges most of us face and provide both social support and comfort. They range from Vietnamese money clubs that help people save and Mexican cuarentenas—a forty-day period of rest for new mothers—to Korean afterschools that offer highly effective tutoring at low cost and Jamaican multigenerational households that help younger family members pay for college and, eventually, their own homes. Fascinated by the success of immigrant friends, Claudia Kolker embarked on a journey to uncover how these customs are being carried on and adapted by the second and third generations, and how they can enrich all of our lives. In a beautifully written narrative, she takes readers into the living rooms, kitchens, and restaurants of immigrant families and neighborhoods all across the country, exploring the sociable street life of Chicago’s “Little Village,” a Mexican enclave with extraordinarily low rates of asthma and heart disease; the focused quiet of Korean afterschool tutoring centers; and the loving, controlled chaos of a Jamaican extended-family home. She chronicles the quests of young Indian Americans to find spouses with the close guidance of their parents, revealing the benefits of “assisted marriage,” an American adaptation of arranged marriage. And she dives with gusto into some of the customs herself, experimenting to see how we might all fit them into our lives. She shows us the joy, and excitement, of savoring Vietnamese “monthly rice” meals delivered to her front door, hiring a tutor for her two young girls, and finding a powerful sense of community in a money-lending club she started with friends. The Immigrant Advantage is an adventurous exploration of little-known traditional wisdom, and how in this nation of immigrants our lives can be enriched by the gifts of our newest arrivals.
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