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Travel The World Without Worries

Author : Marek Bron
ISBN : 179348306X
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* UPDATED 2019 EDITION *Planning a big trip abroad can be an overwhelming task, but this book makes it easy with in-depth advice that helps you properly plan, pack and prepare-so that you can travel anywhere with confidence. Whether you're going away for 3 weeks, 3 months or even a year, Travel the World Without Worries will act as your trusted guide and friend through the entire process.

Tales Until Dawn

Author : Joe Neil MacNeil
ISBN : 0773505601
Genre : Fiction
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Joe Neil MacNeil holds in his memory a wealth of Gaelic folktales, learned in his youth in Cape Breton. For over a decade, he has told his tales to John Shaw, a specialist in Celtic folklore and fluent speaker of Gaelic. Shaw has recorded, transcribed, edited, and translated the tales and folklore into English. This rich and entertaining collection is the result of their collaboration. Folktales, anecdotes, proverbs, expressions, rhymes, superstitions, and games are presented in translation and, in the cloth edtion, in the original as well. All variations of the genre are represented: a fragment from the Ulster cycle, some items from the Fenian cycle, hero and wonder tales, fairy and witch lore, romantic tales, tales of the exemplum type, tales of cleverness, "numbskull" stories, animal tales, and tall tales.
Category: Fiction

Lao Tse Tao Te Ching

Author : Vladimir Antonov
ISBN : 9780978476304
Genre : Philosophy
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The book Tao Te Ching was written by great Chinese spiritual adept Lao Tse about 2500 years ago. It is one of the most fundamental textbooks on philosophy and methodology of spiritual development.
Category: Philosophy

Protecting What S Yours Post 9 11

Author : Andrew D. Westhem
ISBN : 0971072450
Genre : Business & Economics
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In Protecting What's Yours--Post 9-11, Andrew D. Westhem lays out a multi-faceted plan for protecting what is important in your life--your loved ones, your retirement, your health and safety. What happens, for examples, if you live "too long"? If you defer taxes on a home you leave to your children, will they have to sell it to pay the tax bill? How can you be sure that a court will uphold your prenuptial agreement? How do you make sure that the ex-spouse of your business partner doesn't end up owning half the company? What if you become incapacitated? What about lawsuits? What about crime? Must reading for anyone with substantial assets, Protecting What's Yours--Post 9-11 also contains helpful information for adults of any income level, and every age. It lists contact information for sources of information. Every chapter closes with a succinct summary and provides information for how to plan for maximum security in these uncertain times.
Category: Business & Economics

Rod S Room A New Earth And A New Universe

Author : Rodney Bartlett
ISBN : 9781469122502
Genre : Fiction
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This book is made up of short articles, poems and stories that speculate on the future and seek to combine science with medicine and ideas which have always been regarded as belonging to religion or science fiction. The four short articles at the start (Gates>STARGATE, How to Create Universes, Building Doctor Who's TARDIS and Darwin's Evolution Unifies Universe) give the reader a condensed view of the conclusions my reading and thinking led me to. They seem to help explain points in each other. After these four are written the steps taken since 1999 to arrive at my conclusions.
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Studies In Nigerian Linguistics

Author : Ndimele, Ozo-mekuri
ISBN : 9789785416466
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Studies in Nigerian Linguistics is a compilation of research papers on topical issues in Nigerian languages and linguistics covering three main areas of research, viz.: Language and Society, Applied Linguistics and Formal Linguistics. The papers in this volume are sectioned as such, even though there are bits of overlapping, especially for some of the papers contained in the first and second sections. The first fifteen (15) papers focus on the major theme of Language and Society in Nigeria. Many of the papers in this section address some peculiar sociolinguistic issues that affect the nation, including the nagging and lingering problem regarding the “language question” for the Nigerian nation even after five decades of the attainment of “Political Independence”, language and national development and language varieties. Section 2 contains papers in Applied Linguistics in its narrow and extended senses. There are papers on language teaching and learning, interference and intraference phenomena, language engineering (with focus on codification), communication disorders, and much more. The third section contains sixteen (16) papers in the core areas of linguistics, including phonology, morphology and syntax of Nigerian languages. Some of the papers address aspects of the phonological and morphosyntactic processes of deletion, affixation, cliticisation, causativisation, complementation, serialisation, agreement, and much more. The phrasal structure and pronominal systems of some languages were also discussed.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Two Flat Friends Travel The World

Author : Wendy Conklin
ISBN : 9780743900096
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Act out the story of two friends who make themselves flat so they can travel to Egypt and China! Learn about the pyramids, the Nile River, the Great Wall of China, the Terra-cotta Warriors, and more! The roles in this Spanish-translated script are written at different reading levels. This feature allows teachers to easily implement differentiation and English language learner strategies and assign specific roles to students in a way that accommodates individual reading skills. By using differentiation, teachers can get students of varying reading levels involved and engaged in the same activity. Everyone can feel successful and can enjoy improving their fluency through performance! While performing this story with others, students can also practice interacting cooperatively and using expressive voices and gestures. With an accompanying poem and song for additional fluency practice, this script is a dynamic resource for your third and fourth graders. This colorful, leveled script is sure to get all students participating and confidently practicing fluency in a unique way.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Last Days Of Old Beijing

Author : Michael Meyer
ISBN : 9780802779120
Genre : History
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Journalist Michael Meyer has spent his adult life in China, first in a small village as a Peace Corps volunteer, the last decade in Beijing--where he has witnessed the extraordinary transformation the country has experienced in that time. For the past two years he has been completely immersed in the ancient city, living on one of its famed hutong in a century-old courtyard home he shares with several families, teaching English at a local elementary school--while all around him "progress" closes in as the neighborhood is methodically destroyed to make way for high-rise buildings, shopping malls, and other symbols of modern, urban life. The city, he shows, has been demolished many times before; however, he writes, "the epitaph for Beijing will read: born 1280, died 2008...what emperors, warlords, Japanese invaders, and Communist planners couldn't eradicate, the market economy can." The Last Days of Old Beijing tells the story of this historic city from the inside out-through the eyes of those whose lives are in the balance: the Widow who takes care of Meyer; his students and fellow teachers, the first-ever description of what goes on in a Chinese public school; the local historian who rallies against the government. The tension of preservation vs. modernization--the question of what, in an ancient civilization, counts as heritage, and what happens when a billion people want to live the way Americans do--suffuse Meyer's story.
Category: History

Poet Lore

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ISBN : UCAL:$B465852
Genre : Drama
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Travel Leisure

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ISBN : PSU:000061730274
Genre : Travel
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Category: Travel