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Chemical Engineering

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ISBN : UCSD:31822033940313
Genre : Chemistry, Technical
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Category: Chemistry, Technical

Thomas Register Of American Manufacturers

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ISBN : PSU:000050608454
Genre : Manufacturing industries
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This basic source for identification of U.S. manufacturers is arranged by product in a large multi-volume set. Includes: Products & services, Company profiles and Catalog file.
Category: Manufacturing industries

Chemical Week

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ISBN : CHI:54555503
Genre : Chemical industry
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Category: Chemical industry

The Moral Minority

Author : Stuart Chambers
ISBN : 1897113161
Genre : Gay authors
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Category: Gay authors

Spellbinders Collection

Author : Molly Cochran
ISBN : 9781937776565
Genre : Fiction
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Fall under the spell of three otherworldly tales of ancient myth and mystery. THE FOREVER KING by New York Times Bestselling Authors Warren Murphy and Molly Cochran When ten-year-old Arthur Blessing finds a strange antique cup, he has no idea it’s the most sought after object in history. Nor does he realize the discovery of the Holy Grail will take him on a journey that defies the rules of space and time. As the cup’s fate-appointed guardian, Arthur must protect it from dark magic and a madman determined to harness the Grail’s legendary power. The mission threatens his very life, with assassins aligned against him at every turn. DRAGON’S EYE by James A. Hetley The island township of Stonefort, Maine is home to the Morgans, one-time pirates and now shadowy criminals who live by two cardinal rules—protect the family and never foul your own nest. Kate Rowley, part-time town constable and odd-job specialist, is a high-school dropout who solves problems with her muscles and her fists. And Alice Haskell, EMT and emergency room nurse, doubles as the latest Haskell Witch, a Naskeag shaman with power over both whites and First People through her ties with the spirits of Stonefort's land and water. Now an outside power threatens the ancient balance—white and Indian alike, law and lawbreaker alike. THE SUMMER COUNTRY by James A. Hetley Maureen Pierce works the night shift in a convenience store, carries a .38 Smith & Wesson in her pocket, and talks to trees. She knows enough clinical psychology to think that when the trees answer, it proves she's crazy. She can live with that, until the truth reaches out to her on her way home one cold February night: She isn’t truly human. Now her blood heritage drags her from Maine into ancient myth three steps away from the modern world. Camelot is dead. Arthur is dead. Law is dead. Maureen can become either a slave or a mighty witch, but her own dark past may be her worst enemy.
Category: Fiction

Identities For Life And Death

Author : Robert J. Pellegrini
ISBN : 9781452052083
Genre : Psychology
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This book is all about stories. The stories that shape our identities and how those identities shape our destinies for better or worse, for good or evil, in humanizing or dehumanizing ways. Working from the Shakespearian metaphor, All the world s a stage and all the men and women merely players, Pellegrini argues that only by understanding how our storied selves develop can we acquire the tools to modify the roles they dictate for us to play on the stage in the theater of real life. The author deconstructs a wide variety of what he calls toxic, dehumanizing, death-oriented self-scripts as well as creative, humanizing, life-oriented narratives of groups as well as individuals. Following the Native American parable of two wolves engaged in mortal combat within us, one good the other evil, the fundamental premise here is that our identity determines which of our inner wolves we feed and thus, which of them will prevail. Pellegrini maintains that what s at stake in this battle between humanity s collective inner wolves, is not just the quality but the very survival of life on earth. From this perspective, as individual and group selves are humanizingly or dehumanizingly narratizedby the way we exercise our God-given free will in the choices we make, so shall life be impacted throughout the world. To advance the cause of detoxifying identities in our global society, the author presents a rationale and program for an international grass roots social movement aimed at achieving a universal sense of belongingness to a global life system. You can watch and listen to a video in which Dr. Bob Pellegrini talks about this book, and why he wrote it, by entering Identities for Life and Death in the search bar at youtube.com.]
Category: Psychology