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Bill W

Author : Bill W
ISBN : 1568383738
Genre : Self-Help
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A memoir of the life of the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Category: Self-Help

Bill W My First 40 Years

Author : Anonymous
ISBN : 9781616490010
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Told here for the first time in his own words is the story Bill W.--a man who, for his part in founding Alcoholics Anonymous, would be honored as one of the most important figures of the 20th century. "I was born, to be exact, in a hotel then known as Wilson House... I was born, perhaps rightly, in a room just back of the old bar." It was the beginning of a life that would change the lives of millions. Told here for the first time in his own words is the story of the man who would come to be known as Bill W. - a man who, for his part in founding the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous, would be celebrated as one of the important figures of the twentieth century."The terrifying darkness had become complete. In agony of spirit, I again thought of the cancer of alcoholism which had now consumed me in mind and spirit, and soon the body." But what of the Great Physician? For a brief moment, I suppose, the last trace of my obstinacy was crushed out as the abyss yawned.I remember saying to myself, "I'll do anything, anything at all. If there be a Great Physician, I'll call on him." Then, with neither faith nor hope I cried out, "If there be a God, let him show himself."
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Hard Times

Author : Matt Saincome
ISBN : 9780358018988
Genre : Humor
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From the comedic minds behind TheHardTimes.net comes the most accurate reporting on punk and hardcore culture in music history ONE OF PITCHFORK'S BEST MUSIC BOOKS OF 2019 Since 2014, The Hard Times has been at the forefront of music journalism, delivering hard-hitting reports and in-depth investigations into the punk and hardcore scene. From their scathing takedown of Kim Jong-un after he appointed himself the new singer of Black Flag to their incisive coverage of a healthy Lars Ulrich being replaced by a hologram, the site has become a trusted source for all things counterculture. Now, in this zine-style “historical retrospective,” the writers behind the site reveal their humble roots, documenting The Hard Times’ ascension alongside the rise of punk. With original articles from their ‘archives’ commenting on ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s punk, as well as fan favorites from the aughts onward, this comprehensive examination of the scene will make readers dust off their Doc Martens and creepy crawl their way to the nearest pit.
Category: Humor

My First 40 Days With The Lord

Author : Robert F. Wolff
ISBN : 9780768488319
Genre : Religion
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Your First 40 Days! My First 40 Days with the Lord opens the door to a life-changing relationship with the Living God. Now you can begin your study of God’s ways of communicating with His children. Here you will record your initial memories as you come to know Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. Even mature believers will enjoy refreshing their daily walk with the Lord. This unique combination of foundational Scriptures from the Old and New Testaments will draw you into a personal, intimate understanding of our God. Each day’s selection of verses encourages you to listen to the Lord, then journal your own thoughts and prayers. Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me." (John 14:6) Make My First 40 Days with the Lord your companion as you grow in faith and preserve your insights of God’s revelation for your life in His Kingdom. As you to carve out a few minutes each day to sit quietly and enjoy the presence of your Lord, you will swiftly discover that He awaits you, always.
Category: Religion

Fao The First 40 Years

Author : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
ISBN : 9251023190
Genre : Agriculture
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Category: Agriculture

The Old Testament Junior High Group Study

Author : Kara Powell
ISBN : 0830756442
Genre : Religion
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Through the Old Testament, we find out why God made us and the world. But many youth leaders aren't sure how to introduce these stories to their junior high students. The Old Testament, which begins with the story of Adam and Eve, can help leaders introduce tweens to our common history and purpose. They'll examine how God created the world, how the first family est established and how sin entered the world. As they journey forward in time, they'll learn about worship's beginnings in the era of Noah and about the adventure of faith begin with Abraham and many other biblical figures: Joseph, Moses, Samuel, David, Josiah, Daniel and Esther. Plus, reproducible student handouts and additional lesson options are available for download.
Category: Religion

Cobra

Author : Trevor Legate
ISBN : 9780760324233
Genre : Transportation
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This book tells the complex saga of a sports car that was created in the early 1960s as a result of an unlikely collaboration between a plain-talking ex-racing driver from Texas and a conservative British automobile manufacturer, funded by one of the giants of the industry, the Ford Motor Company. Carroll Shelby, AC Cars, and Ford came together to create a car called the Cobra, based on the AC Ace roadster that had been in production since 1954. When the Shelby Cobra was created, it was far from state-of-the-art, but the use of a new series of Ford V8 engines saw the lightweight car annihilate the Chevrolet Corvette in American sports car racing. By adding aerodynamic bodywork, the Daytona Cobra Coupe arrived in Europe to contest the FIA World Championship and took victory in the GT category in 1965, making Shelby American the first (and only) USA-based manufacturer to achieve this feat. In order to capitalize on this success, even greater power was required and the car was developed to take a huge 7-liter engine that proved to be a triumph of horsepower over handling – thus the 427 Cobra became an overnight legend, establishing new performance records and creating a reputation for being more than a little tricky to drive. The era of the Cobra was brief – production ended at Shelby American during 1966 and at AC Cars in 1968 where they built their own final version, the AC289 Sports. Just over 1000 Cobras were built during that time but the final cars proved difficult to sell, their vintage qualities deterring potential owners. Carroll Shelby closed his company and went to Africa while AC developed other models, but the Cobra was not quite finished yet. Within a matter of a few years, a new market for the car was created as the demand for affordable kit cars grew. The most popular model by far was the Cobra and many thousands were built, with the result that both AC Cars and Carroll Shelby put their own versions back into production. And then the arguments really started… If it was an improbable car over forty years ago, it is even more implausible today, but the remarkable Cobra, in one form or another, is still with us. It may be dead, but it just won’t lie down!
Category: Transportation

The Fertile Crescent 1800 1914

Author : Charles Issawi
ISBN : 019536421X
Genre : History
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This is the first comprehensive history and economic analysis of the Fertile Crescent during the 19th century, a region currently encompassing Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, and a small part of Turkey. Presenting 155 carefully selected documents--the majority drawn from British and French archives and here published for the first time, the balance translated from Arabic, French, German, Russian, Hebrew, Italian, and Turkish sources--Issawi provides an in-depth treatment of the economic life of the region, with chapters on social life and organization, trade, transport, agriculture, industry, and public and private finance. Including extensive cross-references that pinpoint the connections between the subjects discussed, the book is an invaluable resource on a historically rich and dynamic region.
Category: History

The Yale Building Project

Author : Richard W. Hayes
ISBN : 0300123167
Genre : Architecture
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Conceived by architect Charles W. Moore and begun in the context of social activism and dramatic institutional change during the 1960s, the Yale Building Project has contributed to the education of many of this country’s leading architects, serving as the model for “design-build” programs at universities nationwide. The Yale Building Project: The First 40 Years is the first comprehensive history of this important initiative. Every year since 1967, graduate students in the Yale School of Architecture have designed and constructed a building for a community–based client. This book documents each of the projects alongside essays that situate the program in its historical context, from students’ journeys to rural Appalachia to build community centers and a health clinic, to pavilions and recreational structures constructed throughout Connecticut, and affordable housing built in New Haven. Describing a program that has had a profound effect on American architectural culture, this book will serve as a valuable resource for architects, historians, students, and community planners.
Category: Architecture