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Sweeping The Dust

Author : Lauer-Manenti, Ruth
ISBN : 9781590562734
Genre : Health & Fitness
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In this book, a companion to An Offering of Leaves, much-loved Jivamukti Yoga teacher Ruth Lauer-Manenti ("Lady Ruth") offers over forty more of the "dharma talks" that she gives at the beginning of each yoga class. Her reflections-complete with the Sanskrit verses that are the source of her studies, as well as the English transliteration and translation-are at once poignant and practical, and both minutely observed and expansive in their implications for our inner and outer lives. These teachings on yogic principles open up the emotional and spiritual pathways that allow us to deepen our yoga practice and go to the essence of the ancient wisdom contained within.
Category: Health & Fitness

Letter Circular 1032

Author : Chemistry Division
ISBN : OCLC:994612956
Genre : National Bureau of Standards
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Category: National Bureau of Standards

Good Housekeeping

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ISBN : CHI:26604711
Genre : Home economics
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Category: Home economics

Godless Shakespeare

Author : Eric S. Mallin
ISBN : 9780826490421
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Polemic new reading of Shakespeare focusing on atheism, scepticism and belief.
Category: Literary Criticism

Scripts

Author : James Reaney
ISBN : 1552451496
Genre : Drama
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James Reaney is one of Canada's favourite poets and playwrights; at the intersection of his dramatic and poetic talents is Scripts, a collection of musical writings. There are nine complete works here, including the chamber opera Night-blooming Cereus, the poetry/music collage (and Governor General's Award winner) Twelve Letters to a Small Town, the Canada Dot, Canada Dashtrilogy and operas Shivaree, Taptoo!and Serinette. Many of these pieces have been published individually, but none are in print, and they have never been amassed.
Category: Drama

Letter Circular 340

Author : National Bureau of Standards
ISBN : OCLC:994612891
Genre : National Bureau of Standards
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Lady Of Steel

Author : R. Furman Kenney
ISBN : 9781434379610
Genre : Fiction
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Pinewood is an epic story of a small lake and a young simple squirrel named Michael Takeda that is thrust into a position of duty and honor. His desires to be a noble Samurai like his father fuels him for success but when his life is forever changed one fateful night he is sent on a journey to seek out a wise old owl. This owl will teach him all he must know as a Takeda clan leader so Michael leaves his home and travels into the depths of the woods to be trained by this ancient creature that many rumor does not exist. Michael's journey into the unknown brings adventure and pain as his hopes of return dwindle and his memories of home painfully fade away. Pinewood too is facing an ultimate evil, an army of rats that are merciless and blood thirsty that want Pinewood for themselves. Without Michael's return the lake would be sure to perish however, if somehow he can make it back home then he may have a chance at leading Pinewoods army to victory. From love to war, sacrifice to treachery Pinewood is the tale of one squirrels attempt to unify his people and fight against evil in hopes to see another beautiful sunrise.
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Letter Circular 754

Author : National Bureau of Standards
ISBN : OCLC:994613387
Genre : National Bureau of Standards
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A Summer In Gascony

Author : Martin Calder
ISBN : 9781857884029
Genre : Travel
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The only travel writing book on Gascony, A Summer in Gascony is a charming and humorous tale of an extraordinary summer spent in this relatively unknown part of south-western France, the home of D Artagnan, Cyrano de Bergerac, gutsy red wine, fine sweet wine Armagnac and sunflowers. It is a tale of two love affairs: an idyllic summer romance and a lifelong love affair with Gascony with its village festivals, dusty roads and sun-baked wine country. Stretching from Toulouse in the east to the Atlantic coast in the west, from the river Garonne in the north to the Pyrenees in the south, Gascony is a golden land of rolling hills and wide horizons, swathed with vineyards, sunflowers, maize and pastures. It has a distinct identity which sets it apart from the rest of France and old affinities with England: the Gascons fought alongside the English in the Middle Ages and the Napoleonic Wars against their common foe the French. In the tiny hamlet of Peguilhan, Martin Calder is introduced to the Gascon way of life: working in the fields, shepherding and slaughtering sheep, feeding the cattle, harvesting the wheat, watering the crops. He discovers a unique people, fiercely proud of their independent heritage. Full of colourful characters: the charismatic and convivial Jacques-Henri, the hardworking farmer whose family take Martin into their home and hearts; the yoga-practising Germans; Pattes, the mischievous stray dog; Madame Parle-Beaucoup , the town gossip and Monsieur Fustignac, whose pride in his Gascon heritage is unforgettable. But the real star of the book is Gascony itself, with its strong spirit of independence and the simple pleasures it provides. Written by a true Francophile who has come to know the people and understands their way of life, A Summer in Gascony evokes the spirit, sights, smells and sounds of this still relatively unknown and unspoiled other South of France.
Category: Travel

Sweeping Ashley

Author : Eve Langlais
ISBN : 9781773841670
Genre : Fiction
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Sometimes love is messy. In exchange for some witchy powers, Ashley promised the Devil her firstborn, but when the time comes to pay her due, she has nothing to give. With Lucifer insisting that she fulfill the terms of her contract, Ashley turns to Grim Dating for help. There’s only one problem—they’re having a hard time finding her perfect match. Which is where Derrick comes in. He’s the company’s problem solver; however, even he has no idea how to get a prim and proper witch to let loose. Frustration leads to him kissing her, but he never meant to seduce her. …or fall in love. However, his witch isn’t interested in more than a one-night stand. And when an angel gets involved, the reaper realizes he’d best do a better job of sweeping Ashley off her feet. Or risk losing her forever. ***For more Hell books featuring Lucifer’s meddling, check out The Welcome to Hell series by Eve Langlais. Genre: Hell series Eve Langlais, demon romance, witch romance, paranormal romance, romantic comedy, dark humor
Category: Fiction

The Golden Princess

Author : L.R Garner
ISBN : 9781493137701
Genre : Fiction
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"Alice took a deep breath and faced the menace. As she did so Alwyn, who had also recovered his feet, rushed at her to drag her away to safety. He grabbed her around the waist but Alice swept him aside with a powerful, and almost casual, swing of her arm, sending him flying backwards. the beast, which had started to advance toward her, stopped. As Alice's power began to work on it, it gradually began to shrink and fade. She took one pace toward the beast and it disappeared completely. from where he was lying, Alwyn saw all that she did. This was not the Alice he knew. What he could see was a tall, strong, stone faced, hard woman with eyes that were glowing white. This was not his Alice!."
Category: Fiction

The Tales Of Anika Camroon

Author : R.C. Hewlett
ISBN : 9781479767779
Genre : Fiction
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The Tales of Anika Camroon This is a fantasy/sci-fi adventure that takes place in the mid twenty-fourth century. The story is centered around a teenage girl of Indonesian descent named Anika Camroon, who was orphaned at the age of five and who finds out that she has been adopted into a family of magical creatures. Anika grows up on the planet Gandara with her adopted father, Potter, who is actually half-troll and half forest gnome. She is chosen by the alien sylph Queen to join the sylph army and help diminish the stronghold the evil drageren have over mortal souls. The drageren were once sylph themselves but have now become hideous creatures bent on stopping the mortal realm from achieving communion with the Corin, a privilege once destined for them alone. The drageren travel throughout different worlds attempting to infiltrate each species and destroy its chance of achieving communion with the Corin. The hatred the drageren have for the Queen and the Corin ignites their lust for mortal souls, the protection of whom the Queen has entrusted to Her army of Knights. Anika joins the rank of the Queen's Knights, and with the help of Logan Anderson, an Aquarian from Earth, and Drew Clarke, a Gandaran Air Force pilot, Anika has many adventures that lead her to other galaxies, but eventually, she always returns home to her adopted father, Potter. Anika spends the rest of her life in the constant battle for souls, working toward perfect communion with the Corin. Suggested reading age for this book is fifteen years and up.
Category: Fiction

Rogue Spy Spymaster 5 A Series Of Sweeping Passionate Historical Romance

Author : Joanna Bourne
ISBN : 9781472222503
Genre : Fiction
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Joanna Bourne returns to the French Revolution, pairing espionage and burning romance to create an unforgettable love story. For fans of Stephanie Laurens, Elizabeth Hoyt and Poldark, this is a must-read. For years he's lived a lie. Now it's time to tell the truth - even if it costs him the woman he loved. Ten years ago Thomas Paxton was a boy sent by revolutionary France to infiltrate the British Intelligence Service. Now his sense of honour brings him back to London, alone and unarmed, to confess. But instead of facing the gallows, he's given one last assignment to prove his loyalty. Lovely, lying, former French spy Camille Leyland is dragged from rural obscurity by threats and blackmail to rescue and innocent victim from a ruthless French fanatic. But she finds an old colleague already on the case: Pax. Old friendship turns to new love and, as dark secrets reappear, Pax is left with a choice - go rogue from the Service or lose Camille for ever... For more spellbinding Spymasters romance, look for the other titles by Joanna Bourne: The Forbidden Rose, The Spymaster's Lady, My Lord and Spymaster, and The Black Hawk.
Category: Fiction

Progressive Housekeeping

Author : Catherine Owen
ISBN : HARVARD:32044087416939
Genre : Home economics
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Advances In Modeling The Management Of Stormwater Impacts

Author : William James
ISBN : 1575042274
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The latest book in the popular series demonstrates state-of-the-art methods, models, and techniques for water quality management. This book includes a CD-ROM that collects hundreds of hard-to-find literature citations from the gray literature.
Category: Technology & Engineering