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We Were Here First

Baby Blues Looks at Couplehood with Kids

Author: Rick Kirkman

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 128

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We Were Here First is the declaration from Wanda and Darryl MacPherson to their three small children, as they hide in the closet for one precious second of “alone” time. In the day-to-day world of sippy cups, diapers, tantrums, and spit-up, life can get pretty crazy!

Victoria Cross Heroes

Author: Michael Ashcroft

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: History

Page: 416

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This ebook edition contains the full text version as per the book. Doesn't include original photographic and illustrated material. VICTORIA CROSS HEROES tells the stories of over 150 individuals whose bravery has earned them the Victoria Cross, Britain's most prestigious medal for courage in action. The book is introduced by Michael Ashcroft, who owns over ten per cent of all VCs ever awarded. He explains the history of the medal and the story of his fascination with it. The main text of the book tells the stories of both those recipients whose medals are in his collection and those whose stories featured in the television series. Each chapter covers a different conflict, from the Crimean War to Iraq.

First Nations? Second Thoughts, Second Edition

Author: Tom Flanagan

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP


Category: Political Science

Page: 286

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Over the last thirty years Canadian policy on aboriginal issues has come to be dominated by an ideology that sees aboriginal peoples as "nations" entitled to specific rights. Indians and Inuit now enjoy legal privileges that include the inherent right to self-government, collective property rights, immunity from taxation, hunting and fishing rights without legal limits, and free housing, education, and medical care. Underpinning these privileges is what Tom Flanagan describes as "aboriginal orthodoxy" - the belief that prior residence in North America is an entitlement to special treatment.

Graceland ; And, Asleep on the Wind

Two Short Plays

Author: Ellen Byron

Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc


Category: Performing Arts

Page: 48

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THE STORIES: GRACELAND. The place is the front entrance of Graceland, the late Elvis Presley's Memphis mansion, the time, five o'clock in the morning, three days before the estate is to be opened to the public. Two ardent Presley fans, Bev and Root

First Nations? Second Thoughts

Author: Tom Flanagan

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP


Category: History

Page: 216

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Flanagan shows that this orthodoxy enriches a small elite of activists, politicians, administrators, and well-connected entrepreneurs, while bringing further misery to the very people it is supposed to help. Controversial and thought-provoking, First Nations? Second Thoughts dissects the prevailing ideology that determines public policy towards Canada's aboriginal peoples.

My Life as a Haunted Hamburger, Hold the Pickles

Author: Bill Myers

Publisher: Thomas Nelson


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 128

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Everybody says the old house at the edge of town is haunted. But Wally has some major doubts. Unfortunately, in exposing the hoax he undergoes some of the craziest catastrophes and mass mayhem of his life. To name just a few, Wally experiences: falling into mirrors that others claim show the future; shorting the sheets on so-called ghosts; and supposedly being turned into a talking hamburger. All this as our young hero learns what God really says about sorcery, ghosts, and the supernatural.

Disorderly Women and the Order of God

An Australian Feminist Reading of the Gospel of Mark

Author: Michele A. Connolly

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing


Category: Religion

Page: 224

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Michele A. Connolly's postcolonial analysis links the Gospel of Mark - produced in the context of the Roman Empire - with contemporary Australia, established initially as a colony of the British Empire. Feminist analysis of texts from two foundational events in Australian colonial history reveal that women in such texts tend to be marginalised, silenced and denigrated. Connolly posits that imperialist sexism, both ancient and modern, perceives women as a threat to the order that males alone can impose on the world. The Gospel of Mark portrays Jesus bringing the order of the Reign of God to combat the disorder of apocalyptic evil. Jesus' task is a markedly male project, against which eleven female characters are portrayed as disorderly distractions who are managed by being marginalised, silenced and denigrated, contradicting Jesus' message of mutual service and non-domination. In his death under apocalyptic power, Jesus is likewise depicted as isolated, silenced and denigrated, subtly associating femininity with chaos, failure and disgrace.

The Kalam Cosmological Argument, Volume 2

Scientific Evidence for the Beginning of the Universe

Author: Paul Copan

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA


Category: Philosophy

Page: 368

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The ancient kalam cosmological argument maintains that the series of past events is finite and that therefore the universe began to exist. Two recent scientific discoveries have yielded plausible prima facie physical evidence for the beginning of the universe. The expansion of the universe points to its beginning-to a Big Bang-as one retraces the universe's expansion in time. And the second law of thermodynamics, which implies that the universe's energy is progressively degrading, suggests that the universe began with an initial low entropy condition. The kalam cosmological argument-perhaps the most discussed philosophical argument for God's existence in recent decades-maintains that whatever begins to exist must have a cause. And since the universe began to exist, there must be a transcendent cause of its beginning, a conclusion which is confirmatory of theism. So this medieval argument for the finitude of the past has received fresh wind in its sails from recent scientific discoveries. This collection reviews and assesses the merits of the latest scientific evidences for the universe's beginning. It ends with the kalam argument's conclusion that the universe has a cause-a personal cause with properties of theological significance.

A Systematic Arrangement of Lord Coke's First Institute of the Laws of England

On the Plan of Sir Matthew Hale's Analysis; with the Annotations of Mr. Hargrave, Lord Chief Justice Hale, and Lord Chancellor Nottingham; and a New Series of Notes and References to the Present Time

Author: Sir Edward Coke



Category: Land tenure


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A Beginner's Guide to Creating Reality

An Introduction to Ramtha and His Teachings

Author: Ramtha (the enlightened one (Spirit))

Publisher: Ramtha's School of the Mind


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 319

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Account of important events in Ramtha's lifetime, from birth to his ascension, as well as Ramtha's basic teaching on consciousness and energy, the nature of reality, the self and the personality, the Observer in quantum mechanics, the auric field surrounding the body, the kundalini energy, and the seven seals in the body. This teaching covers the introduction given to students before commencing studies at Ramtha's School of Enlightenment. Includes: Foreword by JZ Knight, Introductory Essay to Ramtha's Teachings, Ramtha's Autobiography, Diagrams, Workbook, Glossary and Index.

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