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Crime and Punishment

By: Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881; Garnett, Constance Black, 1862-1946
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Shakespeare's Macbeth

By: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; Dalgleish, Walter Scott, 1834-1897; Holinshed, Raphael, D. 1580 Chronicles of England, Scotlande, and Irelande. Selections. 1976
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The Erosion of the American Dream : Hearing before the Committee o...

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Budget

Includes bibliographical references

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Center of Gravity What Clausewitz Really Meant

By: Joseph L. Strange

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The Armed Forces have come a long way in understanding centers of gravity and critical vulnerabilities. The former are equated to strength; the latter to weakness. As stated in The Joint Staff Officer’s Guide, multiple centers of gravity may exist on a given level of warfare and change during a campaign, sometimes unexpectedly when an enemy shifts “the weight of its attack, thus uncovering or relying on a previously unforeseen center of gravity.”

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Clausewitz and War Two Perspectives on Center of Gravity

By: Department of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Clausewitz and War Two Perspectivse on Center of Gravity ...

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Shakespeare's Macbeth

By: William Shakespeare
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Analyse des Faits de Mémoire

By: Antoine Gratacap
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Center of Gravity Homeland Security Consequence Management Command...

By: Department of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Signal Corps officers like to remind us that “although Congress can make a general, it takes communications to make him a commander.” —Omar N. Bradley ...

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Analyse des Faits de Mémoire

By: Antoine Gratacap
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Afrikaans to English Dictionary

Translation Dictionary

aal : eel -- aalmoes : alms -- aambeeld : anvil -- aambei : haemorrhoid, hemorrhoid, pile -- aambeie : haemorhoids -- aan : to, toward, towards -- aan die brand steek : kindle, light -- aanbeveel : recommend, register -- aanbeveling : recommendation -- aanbod : offer -- aanbrand : burn -- aandag : attention -- aandenking : keepsake, memento, souvenir -- aandete : evening meal, supper -- aandoen : affect, call at, cause, give rise to -- aandoening : affection, emotion -- ...

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Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Bwv. 538

By: Johann Sebastian Bach

Classical Sheet Music

Excerpt: .

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The Noble Koran (Quran) : The Cow

By: Transcribed by the Prophet Muhammad

Excerpt: And who believe in that which is revealed unto thee (Muhammad) and that which was revealed before thee, and are certain of the Hereafter.

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Park Place School

By: Robert Holland

Excerpt: Many public-school officials take a jaundiced view of private providers helping with the task of public education. However, a remarkable private school in inner-city Norfolk, Virginia--a school deserving of being a national model--shows that a private, non-profit organization can be a great help to public schools, and to the children who attend them.

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The Erosion of Law Enforcement Intelligence, Capabilities, Public ...

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures

pt. 6A. Appendix

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1633

By: David Weber and Eric Flint

Excerpt: Chapter 1 how utterly delightful! exclaimed Richelieu. i've never seen a cat with such delicate features. The coloration is marvelous, as well.

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The Merchant of Venice: As Originally Performed by Shakespeare's C...

By: William Shakespeare; Daniel Homer Rich
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War Song

By: John Davidson

Poetry

Excerpt: IN anguish we uplift // A new unhallowed song: // The race is to the swift; // The battle to the strong. // Of old it was ordained // That we, in packs like curs, // Some thirty million trained // And licensed murderers, // In crime should live and act, // If cunning folk say sooth // Who flay the naked fact // And carve the heart of truth. // The rulers cry aloud, // We cannot cancel war, // The end and bloody shroud // Of wrongs the worst abhor, // And order's...

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Song of a Train

By: John Davidson

Poetry

Excerpt: A MONSTER taught // To come to hand // Amain, // As swift as thought // Across the land // The train. // The song it sings // Has an iron sound; // Its iron wings // Like wheels go round. // Crash under bridges, // Flash over ridges, // And vault the downs; // The road is straight - // Nor stile, nor gate; // For milestones - towns! // Voluminous, vanishing, white, // The steam plume trails; // Parallel streaks of light, // THe polished rails. // Oh, who can fol...

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A Runnable Stag

By: John Davidson

Poetry

Excerpt: WHEN the pods went pop on the broom, green broom, // And apples began to be golden-skinn'd, // We harbour'd a stag in the Priory coomb, // And we feather'd his trail up-wind, up-wind, // We feather'd his trail up-wind- // A stag of warrant, a stag, a stag, // A runnable stag, a kingly crop, // Brow, bay and tray and three on top, // A stag, a runnable stag. // Then the huntsman's horn rang yap, yap yap, // And 'Forwards' we heard the harbourer shout; // But 'twa...

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Aubade

By: William Davenant

Poetry

Excerpt: The lark now leaves his wat'ry nest, // And climbing shakes his dewy wings. // He takes this window for the East, // And to implore your light he sings- // Awake, awake! the morn will never rise // Till she can dress her beauty at your eyes. // The merchant bows unto the seaman's star, // The ploughman from the sun his season takes; // But still the lover wonders what they are // Who look for day before his mistress wakes. // Awake, awake! break thro' your veils...

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