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Iran For Dummies : Iran, Before The Bullets, Missiles And Body Par...

By: Jeffrey J. Prager; Jeffrey J. Prager, Illustrator

An insiders view of life in Iran, including Jews, Muslims and Christians who all live together in relative harmony.

Iran’s men are having trouble dealing with the brave new world that’s imposing itself on their bedrooms: an unnoticed tide of sexual change that could prove far more important in shaping the country’s cultural and political values than the 2009 democratic elections. “It is still widely accepted,” Negar Farshidi writes, “that a groom can make his marriage conditional on the bride remaining a virgin, and cancel it if it turns out she isn’t. Traditionally, a blood-staine...

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Stories from the Archives of a Picture is Worth a Thousands Words ...

By: Donald Harry Roberts

A STORY TO CHILL YOUR BONES

WELCOME TO MY INSANITY

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Die Kuh

By: Maris Sven Harster

Eine ganz unschuldige Wahrsagung gerät zu einer Katastrophe. Aber am Ende wird alles gut.

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Avigaria Di Comun : Vocatio in judicium: Vocatio in judicium

By: Iseppo Frigo; Lorenzo Fogliata

The history of Italy, with special emphasis on Napoleon Bonaparte.

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Sincerity-Morality (Hindi Dadavani October-2018)

By: Dada Bhagwan

Sincerity, itself, is religion (dharma). Religion actually teaches one to remain sincere to himself as well as to the entire world. Sincerity and morality are indeed joint to one another. The result of sincerity is that one comes into morality. Once one has become moral, he is ready to attain the state of the absolute Self (Parmatma pad). Morality is to not have even a single attribute that any living being of the world would not accept; that is full morality. He is in t...

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Belief of the Reborn

By: Gary L Beer

Kir considered himself a normal child with a normal childhood and attained good grades at school. On reaching maturity his body starts to change into something different; a warrior species of alien. Having to leave his home and planet with his parents to save their lives they head out into deep space and search the cosmos to find a new home. Finding a genetically altered world they meet aliens whose lives are very different from their own and uncover an unknown ...

Life started for me no different to any other kid living in a modern world. Made to attend school I listened and believed everything of what I was taught. Being at school with the other kids was tough and almost every day I was beaten or made to suffer some kind of humiliation. My parents told me it was because I was different and that they could sense the difference. Being different is always regarded as a threat, especially when that difference is not understood. Scho...

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Kahea Loko

By: The Pacific American Foundation

Kahea Loko is "the call of the pond. " From the ocean currents surging through the stone-walled channels to the excited cries of haumana (students) discovering fishpond life, the loko ia (fishpond) calls to us in many ways. From the broad perspective of the ahupuaa (major land division), the loko ia helps us to appreciate the connection between land and sea and to experience the rhythm of tides and seasons. From an intimate perspective, the pond leads us to discover h...

"Let that which is unknown become known. " John Papa Ii (1959) Let us not allow the broken walls of the loko ia (fishponds) to separate us from that which was known and practiced in the past. The foundations of the walls are still evident, as are the wisdom and knowledge of our kupuna. The reflections of the sun, moon, and stars upon our waters are as old as time. Let these be beacons of light to guide our haumana (students) to these ponds of knowledge. Let us help ...

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An Impressionistic History of the South Asian Subcontinent : Feuda...

By: VED from Victoria Institutions

This is a writing that goes into the very depth of feudal language social systems. The writing commenced as a regular broadcast through Whatsapp and still continues. The language of the original writing was a vernacular language of the southern parts of the South Asian Subcontinent. As of now, the broadcast has gone beyond 280 chapters. In this book only the first 100 and odd posts are given. This is so because the translation of only that many chapters has been comp...

Chapter Five Feudal languages and planar languages This writer, after a lot of observations and experimentations, has defined languages as of two different categories. Languages like English were categorised as planar languages. Languages which have word-codes of feudal lowliness versus heights were defined as feudal languages. In connection with this, a draft form of the book MARCH of the EVIL EMPIRES: English versus the feudal languages was first written in the yea...

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Learning the Code

Learning the Code, Book 1, is a traditional primer piano method written and edited by James L. King III.

A primer level piano tutorial. Students begin learning basic rudiments and technique. Transitions easily to any traditional middle-c method book.

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Utkal Brahmin: Utkal Brahmins | Research & Encyclopedia

By: P. K. Mahanti (Prabir kumar mahanti)

Utkal Brahmins : Research & Encyclopedia Utkal means that are best in art and those who were Brahman by caste and best in art were known as Utkala Brahman. Now UtkalaBrahmans are found in odisha and its neighboring states borderlike, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Jharkhandand other part of India and abroad utkal brahmin ebook by prabir kumar mahanti Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0)

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Rhodesialeaks : Financial History of Economic Exploitation in Sout...

By: Royal Tendai Archive

Original 1899 B.S.A.C British South Africa Company share certificate. B.S.A.C British South Africa Company Financial Statements for 1899 and 1900. Estimates for 1901 and 1902. Financial statements for 1900-1901, and 1901-1902, Estimates for 1901-1902, 1902-1903. Financial Statements for 1903-4, 1904-5. Estimates for 1903-4, 1904-5, 1905-6.

Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty.

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Ko Pele Hiki 'Ana Mai I Hawai'I

By: William H. Wilson

The internationally known ?Aha Punana Leo, Inc. is a non-profit organization which was established in 1983 to revitalize the nearly extinct Hawaiian language and establish schools taught entirely through that language. The following year, the organization founded the first Punana Leo school which was also the first Native American language immersion school in the United States. After the Punana Leo families changed an 1896 law banning Hawaiian language schools, the Punan...

He wahine malihini o Pele i holo kona manao e holo mai i Hawaii nei. Aole i maikai kona noho ana me kona kaikuaana, me Namakaokahai a ua makemake o ia e holo mai i kekahi aina okoa.

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Glorious Ukrainian Bride Wants YOU!: Story 4 of 4 in the Foresight...

By: Brant von Goble

A satire of the internet bride/girlfriend industry, with an unexpected twist of character and emotional development

The kid keeps hanging onto Peter’s—Pete to his friends, if he had any—legs, and he won’t go away. “Daddy, Daddy, when we gonna snack time?” Peter, Pete, Daddy, isn’t having any of it. He’s struggling for air. “I don’t know,” wheeze, “later.” Sigh. “Go get some food from your sister.” “She’s eating all the cheese tubies, says I can’t have none.” “Janie, give Little Robbie something to eat.” Gasp. “Don’t starve your brother, please!”

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Hawaii Place Names

By: Esther Mookini

In this latest book, John Clark, author of the highly regarded "Beaches of Hawaii" series, gives us the many captivating stories behind the hundreds of Hawaii place names associated with the ocean—the names of shores, beaches, and other sites where people fish, swim, dive, surf, and paddle. Significant features and landmarks on or near shores, such as fishponds, monuments, shrines, reefs, and small islands, are also included. The names of surfing sites are the most nu...

In 1966 the University of Hawaii Press published the first edition of Place Names of Hawaii. Written by Mary Kawena Pukui and Samuel H. Elbert, it contained 1,125 entries, all of which were place names in the Hawaiian language. In 1974 the press published the second edition by Pukui, Elbert, and Esther T. Mookini. It contained some four thousand entries, and this time it included place names in English and other languages. This edition, in the words of the authors, provi...

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Ai'Ai

By: Kawike Napoleon

The 'Aha Punana Leo, Inc. is a non-profit organization which was established in 1983 to serve the Hawaiian speaking community and focus on education through Hawaiian. Punana Leo preschools, the first Native American language immersion program in the United States, began the process of revitalizing Hawaiian in 1984 through full day programs conducted entirely in Hawaiian. Hawaiian had by then become nearly extinct as a result of a government ban in 1896 of all public educ...

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A Tale of Two Cities

By: Dave Mckay

"A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens, is part of a computerised reading program devised by journalist/author Dave McKay. The program, which paraphrases classic novels, primarily targets people who are learning English as a second language. It enables older students to quickly read classic novels despite having a very limited reading vocabulary. Each book has a number on the cover, showing how many different English words were used in McKay's translation of teh book....

It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.

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Bridge Bidding - Standard American Yellow Card

By: Nicolae Sfetcu

This book present some of the most important bridge bidding systems used in duplicate bridge tournaments, detailing the most known bridge bidding system, Standard American Yellow Card, by using a logical sequential order for openings, answers, competitive bids and defensive play in order to help the players during the games. Much of the complexity in bridge arises from the difficulty of arriving at a good final contract in the auction. A bidding system in contract brid...

Contract bridge, usually known simply as bridge, is a trick-taking card game using a standard deck of 52 playing cards played by four players in two competing partnerships with partners sitting opposite each other around a small table. For purposes of scoring and reference, each player is identified by one of the points of the compass and thus North and South play against East and West. The game consists of several deals each progressing through four phases: dealing the ...

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Creative Power of the Flower of Life

By: Marko Tapio Manninen

This is my second book that intends to discover the history of the Flower of Life symbol. Now my main focus is on the interpretation of the symbol and on meanings attached to it throughout the history, starting from the Near East Bronze Age until our days. The reader is expected to be familiar with basics of the Flower of Life geometry. Elementary knowledge of the ancient Near East history and history of mathematics is helpful. Knowledge of visual arts, geometry, and ...

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Ades Web Magazine: Australia

By: Manuel Balossi

A continent or just an island? Maybe both! Deserts, mountains, tropical rainforests, a few fertile plains: undoubtedly there are a lot of contrasts in this country, whose cities and population are concentrated along eastern and south-eastern coasts. Nonetheless its heart is what fascinates the most: red mountains and red sand are what the world knows better of Australia

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Survival Scenarios and Suggestions

By: Richard Scroggins

My primary goal is sharing the hunting and survival knowledge that I have from my experience growing up and living in the country, as well as my time in the military as an Emergency Management Specialist. I have always been interested in primitive skills, and in preserving them for the future. I also believe that the modern culture that we have built is based on a very fragile framework of technology(i.e. Electricity), that could collapse at any time due to a natural or ...

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