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True Religion Denim pants
RM 501.20
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denim, solid color, faded effect, mid rise, dark wash, front closure, button, zip, multipockets, leather applications, logo, contains non-textile parts of animal origin, slim fit, large sized

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Danny Boy
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Everyone can hum this haunting Irish ballad that inevitably brings a tear to the eye. The most requested Irish song, it has been recorded by a variety of performers ranging from Elvis Presley, Bing Crosby, and Kate Smith to the Pogues. The complete story of this moving tune has been shrouded in mystery until now. Where did "Danny Boy" originate, who actually wrote the lyrics, and is it even Irish? Acclaimed novelist, actor, memoirist, screenwriter, playwright, and raconteur, Malachy McCourt, turns his Irish eye to the song's complex history and myths in an eloquent ode to this classic. He traces the evolution of the music, which is one of more than 100 songs composed to the very same tune, including the familiar "Londonderry Air," and explores the enduring mystique of "Danny Boy" in an unforgettable tribute that brilliantly weaves history with folklore.

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Understanding Prevention for HIV Positive Gay Men
RM 962.00 RM 1,068.90
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This innovative collection offers a wide-ranging palette of psychological, public health, and sociopolitical approaches toward addressing the multi-level prevention needs of gay men living with HIV and Aids. This book advances our understanding of comprehensive health care, risk and preventive behaviors, sources of mental distress and resilience, treatment adherence, and the experiences of gay men's communities such as communities of color, youth, faith communities, and the house ball community. Interventions span biomedical, behavioral, structural, and technological approaches toward critical goals, including bolstering the immune system, promoting safer sexual practices, reducing HIV-related stigma and discrimination, and eliminating barriers to care. The emphasis throughout these diverse chapters is on evidence-based, client-centered practice, coordination of care, and inclusive, culturally responsive services. Included in the coverage: Comprehensive primary health care for HIV positive gay menFrom pathology to resiliency: understanding the mental health of HIV positive gay menEmerging and innovative prevention strategies for HIV positive gay menUnderstanding the developmental and psychosocial needs of HIV positive gay adolescent malesSocial networks of HIV positive gay men: their role and importance in HIV preventionHIV positive gay men, health care, legal rights, and policy issues Understanding Prevention for HIV Positive Gay Men will interest academics, researchers, prevention experts, practitioners, and policymakers in public health. It will also be important to research organizations, nonprofit organizations, and clinical agencies, as well as graduate programs related to public health, consultation, and advocacy.

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The Man from C.A.M.P.
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Resourceful as James Bond, flamboyant as Austin Powers, and gay as a Christmas goose, there's never been a secret agent quite like Jackie Holmes, the Man from C.A.M.P.These fast-paced stories, written and set in the swinging sixties introduce a new generation of readers to the fabulous adventures of gay superspy Jackie Holmes, the Man from C.a.m.p. Armed with a cache of secret weapons, a body that just won't quit, and a white poodle called Sophie who's trained to kill with her razor-sharp teeth, the blonde bombshell with a license to thrill known as Jackie Holmes will blow you away!

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Discoveries Made Upon Men And Matter And Some Poems
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Benjamin "Ben" Jonson (c. 11 June 1572 - 6 August 1637) was an English Renaissance dramatist, poet and actor. A contemporary of William Shakespeare, he is best known for his satirical plays, particularly Volpone, The Alchemist, and Bartholomew Fair, which are considered his best, and his lyric poems. A man of vast reading and a seemingly insatiable appetite for controversy, Jonson had an unparalleled breadth of influence on Jacobean and Caroline playwrights and poets. -wikipedia

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How Beautiful Are the Feet of Him Easy Piano Sheet Music
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From Handel's Messiah, for Easy Piano A SilverTonalities Arrangement! Easy Note Style Sheet Music Letter Names of Notes embedded in each Notehead!

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The Man Who Kept His Money In A Box
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Anthony Trollope was one of the most successful, prolific and respected English novelists of the Victorian era. Some of his best-loved works, collectively known as the Chronicles of Barsetshire, revolve around the imaginary county of Barsetshire. He also wrote perceptive novels on political, social, and gender issues, and on other topical matters. Noted fans have included Sir Alec Guinness (who never travelled without a Trollope novel), former British Prime Ministers Harold Macmillan and Sir John Major, economist John Kenneth Galbraith, English judge Lord Denning, American novelists Sue Grafton and Dominick Dunne and soap opera writer Harding Lemay. Trollope's literary reputation dipped somewhat during the last years of his life, but he regained the esteem of critics by the mid-twentieth century. -wikipedia

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The Achievements And The Days Book V. The Improbable Rise Of The Free Man
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The emphasis of the final book covers the history, politics and art of the past centuries in Europe. A characteristic noted in each of the previous books is even more evident in this book: an incredible accumulation of facts and opinions throughout each chapter, often with multiple points in each paragraph. As in the other books, the amount of information contained on virtually every page is truly remarkable. The characteristic that distinguishes this book from the others is the extensive judgmental input of the author. He describes his very strong negative evaluation of a variety of historical events and powerful criticism of the role that various religions (Judaism, Islam, and the earliest protestant groups) have played in the course of human history over the past years. He decries the loss of the social responsibility and humanity found in the teachings of Jesus and the earliest Christians, a loss fostered by other theologies and by the power-hungry efforts of secular leaders. The author is particularly critical of the French role in this tragic evolution. Indeed, the stretch of time is noted in that Charlemagne's "…empire crumbled down on his death but the martial kleptocratic spirit thrived further in Frankish territories. By this means, France was able during centuries to follow a policy of ferocious territorial expansion." And these characterizations are said to flow through to the present day: The author states, "The welfare of the leadership of France has steadfastly increased during the last 50 years whereas the poverty of the common citizen has also increased: in 1980 about 20% of French households were deemed unable to pay income taxes, this percentage has increased to a staggering 50% in 2008." The leaders of the French revolution and the subsequent reign of Napoleon receive their share of negative appraisal. The implication of the detailed account of the role that France has played in the history of civilization is that it is unique in its negative effec

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Man and Woman and Child
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Written in a more casual style, but without forfeiting the clarity so evident in Thinking and Destiny, Harold Percival's momentous first book, Man and Woman and Child offers additional information about the plight of the human. This book follows the development of the child into conscious inquiry of him or her self and the important role parents play in nurturing that self-discovery. The author details how children become entrapped in the false notion that they are their bodies. This can lead to the "stranger in a strange land" syndrome that so many people experience. Adults can assist children to the full potential of their development, but first they themselves must come into a state of self-knowing. Mr. Percival writes of this maturation process of the human from a physiological, psychological and metaphysical perspective. Understanding ourselves from this multi-dimensional frame of reference is imperative if we are to accurately discern the relationship of self to the body we inhabit. When awakened to this reality we then have a choice-to return to the games of make-believe, or reside in that reality. Mr. Percival presents us with a specific method through which we can locate and free the conscious self in the body thereby dehypnotizing ourselves from our self-imposed hypnotic state. And once we comprehend who and what we are it is less likely that we again will fall into forgetfulness of our true state of being. Specific instructions in breathing and thinking techniques are provided, as well as other exercises to assist with this process. Also offered in this book is a key to extracting further meaning from the story of Adam and Eve, as well as the relationship of the Garden of Eden to what Percival calls The Realm of Permanence. The Realm of Permanence is the place from where we came and will one day return-when we have fulfilled our purpose and, thus, achieved conscious immortality. In the last paragraph of the book the author, speaking about the destiny of the h

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Adventures of Working Men
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Adventures of Working Men George Manville Fenn, english novelist, journalist, editor and educationalist (1831-1909) This ebook presents Adventures of Working Men, from George Manville Fenn. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected. Table of Contents -01- About this book -02- MY Patients -03- MY Patient THE Stoker -04- MY Patient THE Well-Sinker -05- MY Underground Patient -06- MY Black Patient -07- MY Sheffield Patient -08- MY Non-Striking Patient -09- MY Patient, THE Driver -10- MY Patient AT THE Fire -11- MY Patients AT THE Mine -12- MY Scalded Patient -13- MY Patient THE Captain -14- MY Patient THE Quarryman -15- MY Patients THE Fishermen -16- MY Patient THE Porter -17- MY Patient THE Carpenter -18- MY Patient THE Warehouseman -19- MY Patient IN THE River Police -20- MY Patient THE Emigrant -21- MY Emigrant Patient's Friend -22- MY Patient THE Prison Warder -23- MY Patient THE Sailor -24- MY Patient WHO Never Pays-Myself

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True Religion Sweatshirts
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Cam Boy
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The Murmur Inc. stories can be enjoyed in any order - jump in wherever you'd like! After years of making minimum wage, twenty-one-year-old Josh Clemmons may have found his salvation. Murmur Inc, a local adult entertainment company, is hosting auditions for new performers, and Josh has been invited to try out. If he can make it as a porn star, he can kiss his money troubles goodbye. Mike Harwood is a loud-and-proud professional adult entertainer. In the past three years, he's starred in dozens of films, and he's very good at what he does. But as focused as he's been on work, he's neglected everything else, including his love life. He's so used to faking attraction, he can no longer tell when something real is staring him in the face. Josh gets the job, but when porn fails to live up to the fantasy, he quits to do cam work instead. But he can't stop thinking about the one scene he filmed, and the captivating man he filmed it with. Their chemistry is undeniable, but Mike knows better than to mix business with pleasure. Then again, with true love on the line, this unorthodox office romance may need a second take.

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Boy Scouts Handbook (The First Edition), 1911
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Boy Scouts Handbook by The Boy Scouts of America. Text is from the classic original 1911 edition. Boy Scouts Handbook by The Boy Scouts of America. Text is from the classic original 1911 edition.

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Boy Caesar
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The past comes to haunt contemporary London in this evocation of the life of the little-known Roman boy-emperor Heliogabalus. The Roman gay world is mirrored in Jim's relations with his duplicitous partner Danny and the contemporary London scene they inhabit. Events take a weird twist when Jim discovers that his partner is living a double life as a member of a Soho cult involving bizarre sex rites on Hampstead Heath. Jim, repulsed by the cult's activities, finds his relationship with Danny at an end and that he has become a target for the leader's reprisals. He is forced to take refuge with a female friend, Masako, with whom he visits Rome to investigate sites associated with Heliogabalus. She leads him to a meeting with a wealthy young man called Antonio who claims to be the emperor reincarnated. When Jim and Masako return to London, Antonio pays them a visit which leads to a conclusion every bit as dramatic as Heliogabalus' own murder. An electrifying poetic recreation of a bizarre period of ancient history, this narrative also dissolves boundaries of gender in the complex relationship of Jim and Masako.

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Other Wise Men of Gotham
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James Baldwin was an American editor and prolific writer, mostly known as the children's author in the subjects of legends, mythology, biography. "Other Wise Men of Gotham" is a tale about the peasants of Gotham, who once known, that the King is going to pass through the town, decide to feign imbecility - the King is a cruel, bad man, so if he would come to their town, the peasants should have to find food and lodging for him and his men; and if he would see anything that pleased him, he would be sure to take it for his own. So, when the royal messengers arrive, they see the rustics engaged in some absurd tasks… James Baldwin was one of the most famous children's authors of his time and still remains nowadays. Enjoy the reading!

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Odd Man Outlaw
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"SO IT GOES."When security guard Edward Waters is arrested for aiding and abetting a known fugitive, former college roommate, Citizen "Cid" Goodman, is shocked. The 'Eddie' he knew was ambitious, studious and straight-laced - the kind of guy you could depend on with your life, your money or your girlfriend. But what really pricks Cid's conscience is how quick the local media and the public are to label Eddie as a criminal, trying him in the court of public opinion where he is guilty until proven innocent. Cid sets about the task of reconstructing Eddie's story, from his time as a dedicated college student to the moment he is arrested, in an attempt to alter public perception. But as the case unfolds, and fantasy intersects with reality, the line between guilt and innocence blurs.

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Marvel Now! Die neuen X-Men 5 - Battle of the Atom 2 (von 2)
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Jean Grey und Cyclops befinden sich auf der Flucht vor den X-Men von heute und morgen. Doch gerade als sich ihr Schicksal zu fügen scheint, taucht eine vierte Gruppe auf und stellt alles infrage. Für die jungen Helden Iceman, Beast und Magik Anlass genug, der Zukunft auf den Grund zu gehen.

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Quotes Every Man Should Know
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This pocket-size gift book is a thinking man's arsenal of quotes, quips, and comebacks filled with wit, insight, and genius. Perfect for the guy who knows everything and wants the words to match! This little book offers in-depth investigations into "who said what," counterquotes for common clichés, and tips for citing sayings without sounding stupid. Never be at a loss for words again! Includes quotes from: Aristotle Abraham Lincoln Nelson Mandela George Carlin And more!

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AMERICA ONE - One Man's Dream (Book 1)
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From the age of seven Ryan Richmond dreamed about going to Space. Now Ryan Richmond has $3 billion to play with, he is in his forties; and still wants to go to space. His only enemy; the US Government who doesn't have its own space program-and wants his new spaceship; America One. He sold his first company at 19 and employed the remnants of the Russian Space Program; a couple of the best Russian space brains in the world. Ryan founded, and sold two more companies in his twenties, and then hired most of the European Space Authority. In his thirties he invested over $100 million into Internet Start-ups and Google, netting Billions. Then he waited until NASA's Shuttle Program came to a sad end and employed the best brains in the U.s. Space Program. Now he is in his forties, still wants to go to space- the only problem is that The U.s. government doesn't have a current spaceship of their own- and wants his!

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Conversations on The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared: by Jonas Jonasson
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The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared: by Jonas Jonasson Conversation StartersA Brief Look Inside: The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson is a fun and quirky story about an old man who is on the run from the police, bad guys, and the manager of his nursing home. The story begins when Allan Karlsson decides to flee from his birthday celebration and inadvertently acquires a suitcase at the bus stop on his way to "nowhere." The book takes the reader on an adventure that reveals how Karlsson's life coincidentally affected the last 100 years of history. The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared has sold over eight million copies and received awards all over the world. Every Good Book Contains A World FAR DEEPERthan the surface of its pages. The characters and their world come alive, and the characters and its world still live on. Conversation Starters is peppered with questions designed tobring us beneath the surface of the pageand invite us into the world that lives on. These questions can be used to. Create Hours of Conversation: Foster a deeper understanding of the book Promote an atmosphere of discussion for groups Assist in the study of the book, either individually or corporately Explore unseen realms of the book as never seen beforeDisclaimer: This book you are about to enjoy is an independent resource to supplement the original book, enhancing your experience of The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared. If you have not yet purchased a copy of the original book, please do before purchasing this unofficial Conversation Starters.

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Black Boy White School
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In a hard-hitting novel about fitting in-or not-Anthony "Ant" Jones gets transported from his East Cleveland hood to an almost all-white prep school and has to figure out where he belongs. before he loses himself entirely. Black Boy White School is a memorable debut that will appeal to fans of Walter Dean Myers and Sherman Alexie. Anthony has never been outside his rough neighborhood when he receives a scholarship to Belton Academy, an elite prep school in Maine. But at Belton things are far from perfect. Everyone calls him "Tony," assumes he's from Brooklyn, expects him to play basketball, and yet acts shocked when he fights back. As Anthony tries to adapt to a world that will never fully accept him, he's in for a rude awakening: Home is becoming a place where he no longer belongs. In debut author Brian F. Walker's honest and dynamic novel about staying true to yourself, Anthony might find a way to survive at Belton, but what will it cost him?

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I'm Your Man
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Tuesday, 9:35 a.m. To do list:1.Try to smile when people mention my backstabbing, lying, ex-boyfriend, Daniel. 2.Ply my ugly cat, Dexter, with some catnip-the good stuff-to keep him away from my last fur-free Hugo Boss suit.3.Decide whether or not having a baby with my best friend Gretchen is the craziest, stupidest, most insane, incredible thing I will ever do. At thirtysomething, Blaine Dunhill has a great career in fashion advertising, a fab NYC apartment, and some loyal friends that he's trying to share amicably with his ex, a famous soap star. Working in the big-time cosmetics world is all about glamour and artifice ("Like Barbies that can talk"), but what the self-professed nice guy from Wisconsin really wants is something and someone real to come home to. And then his best friend Gretchen makes him a really tempting offer: Since neither one of them has found the real thing yet, why don't they start a family together? Suddenly, as life becomes a whirl of ultrasounds, online baby registries, baby names (Civil Liberty, anyone?), and other adjustments, Blaine discovers something surprising: No one is more attractive than an expectant father. Now, in the wacky, gossipy world of fashion and celebrity, where coming out has never been more "in," and the words "gay dad" are synonymous with "way hot," Blaine is in for the wildest ride of his life. and a shock that will change everything.

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Masters of Men
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Masters of Men is the story of one journey taken, over half a century apart, by two outstanding golfers. But, this is more than a golf book. It's the story of two young men, and the people who filled their lives - the mentor who dominated Ken Venturi, the agent who loomed too large over Rory McIlroy, and the two young girls who became their first loves and lost their men as they became champions. Uniquely, it pits the incredible struggles and victories of perhaps the single most naturally talented golfer from the 1950s and '60s (Ken Venturi, US Open champion, 1964) against the game's most naturally talented golfer of today (Rory McIlroy, US Open champion, 2011). It puts them on the same tee boxes, on the same greens, on the same day. Masters of Men uniquely, and dramatically, brings together for two days, two remarkable golfers from two different ages in golf on the final day of their greatest failure, and the final day of their most remarkable triumph. It weaves in elements of cultural and social history, examines the birth of two of the greatest golf courses in the United States, Augusta National and Congressional CC, and examines the journey undertaken by the game of golf, and its greatest players from generations past, from Byron Nelson and Ben Hogan, to Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, to Greg Norman and Tiger Woods. It is an extraordinary story and one that will appeal to both golf fans and the wider sport-reading public.

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Make Him Beg to Be Your Boyfriend
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The Attraction Factor - Seduction Secrets for Women Discover how top temptresses throughout history have gotten their man. Learn the attraction factor and seduction secrets that will make you absolutely irresistible to your own Prince Charming. Learn the secrets of getting him to commit, even if he is a self proclaimed bachelor. Discover what most women do wrong from the first date on and how you can avoid these silly mistakes and keep him captivated and coming back for more.

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Male Infertility
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This unique text provides a comprehensive yet concise review of the various environmental factors and lifestyle choices which impact male fertility, with special emphasis on the mechanisms that contribute to decreased sperm production and impaired function. Internationally recognized scientists and clinicians, leaders in the field of infertility, gather their insights and discuss how to prevent, address and cure male infertility caused by factors such as smoking, alcohol consumption, medication and drug use, obesity, dietary and exercise habits, sexually transmitted infections, psychological stress and occupational exposure to chemicals and radiation. Written in an easy to follow, informal yet scientific style, Male Infertility offers invaluable clinical guidelines for physicians and infertility experts and new data and research of great interest to basic scientists, andrologists and embryologists.

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Man From The USSR & Other Plays
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Four plays and two essays on drama, written during Nabokov's émigré years before his writings in English earned him worldwide fame. Translated and with Introductions by Dmitri Nabokov.

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The Making Of A Man
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This extraordinary story unfolds in the dim streets of Victorian London's notorious East End. Poverty, squalor and crime fester and proliferate, blighting the lives of all who are unfortunate enough to dwell there. Yet from within the gloom, a random illumination- a beam of light. The light of human dignity; just sometimes, righteousness, decency and justice win out. In this dramatic play-out of the everlasting human conflict of good versus evil, various giants of their time, immortal beings, come into conflict. They form unlikely alliances, each presenting a differing prism of perception, different viewpoints of what is right and what is wrong; ultimately, what is Good and what is Evil.

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King Submit To Him: Bound To The Billionaire
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This hot adult romance novelette is for readers 18 and older Only. She's in over her head… Unemployed reporter Chelsea Parker, desperate for a celebrity interview, didn't exactly lie when billionaire property developer Gunner Roarke mistook her for his new assistant. But she didn't correct him, either. And about to get in even deeper… Completely unprepared, Chelsea's just about the worst assistant ever. Now she's trapped on a private jet with him and flying cross-country…and he's just discovered the truth. She knows she's in trouble - but she has no idea how much trouble until he bends her over his knee and administers a punishment that leaves her craving more. When they land, shocked and embarrassed at her wanton response to him, she rushes away - but she soon finds that Gunner's far from finished with his "punishment" of the hot little reporter who sets his senses on fire in a way that he's never felt before. Excerpt He was only inches from me. Towering over me, looking down at me. He had me backed up against the seat; I couldn't escape. Behind him, through the window, I caught a glimpse of puffy white clouds against a blue sky. We were miles from the Earth, alone in the cabin. His eyes were dark and stormy and he was looking at me with…hunger? Desire? Could it be? I couldn't bear the suspense any longer. I felt naked and exposed before him, and he seemed to be savoring it. "Aren't you going to tell me I'm fired?" I stammered. He laughed, a cruel smile spreading across his handsome face. "Oh no, that would be letting you off much too easily. You will continue to work with me. In fact, you'll be working very closely with me. Directly under me, you might say." He reached down and hooked his fingers underneath the bottom of my camisole and peeled it off me, lifting it over my head, and gently draping it over the arm of one of the chairs. Now I was standing before him in my lacy pink pushup bra, and I felt a lightning storm of desire swelling and crackling

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Last Man to Die
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An acclaimed historical thriller by the author of House OF Cards - a highly original, fast-moving tale that gives an unexpected twist to the last days of the Second World War. Now reissued in a new cover style. Spring 1945. The final weeks of the war. One man holds the secret that will decide the fate of post-war Europe: Peter Hencke, an unlikely hero, a German prisoner-of-war on the run. Refusing to wait for peace and the freedom it will finally bring, Hencke is fired by a personal mission that drives him to risk everything in his lonely, treacherous journey across wartime Britain, back through the battle-torn remnants of the Third Reich - to the very heart of encircled Berlin. One man faced by the mightiest armies ever assembled, pursued by the most powerful and ruthless men in Europe - and helped and loved by two of the most extraordinary women. The secret of Peter Hencke will be hidden until the very last moments of the war.

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The Beat: Dead White Male
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When 19-year-old Scott Travis is found battered to death, the police are baffled. Probationary police officer Clare Coppola delves deeper into Scott's past and a murky history emerges. Scott was a blackmailer. His victims included a medical student, a former prostitute and even a police officer. Which of them was desperate enough to kill to keep their secret hidden? Could it be somebody very close to home?A fast paced mystery from the author of the best selling Bone and Cane series. Belbin takes the reader deep into the lives of a group of young police officers finding their feet in the inner city. With a new afterword from the author about the writing of the novel.'David Belbin is one of the finest crime writers around today' - James Craig

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Luca's Dilemma (Book 2 of the Moriatti Men Series)
RM 15.80
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When Sheila Leigh abandoned her high-end lifestyle in Atlanta, Georgia, the last thing she expected was to be stuck on a hundred-acre farm with a horse unfamiliar with boundaries, or his overtly perverted owner. All she wanted was to start over in the peace and quiet of the country. The last thing Luca Moriatti needed upon returning from a business trip was to find a curvaceous, foul-mouthed female living next door in his rental unit. He was more than content in his self-centered world and didn't need anyone impeding upon it, regardless of how beautiful they were. But no one could have prepared him for the alien feelings he would develop toward the buxom beauty or the dilemma that would force him to face the facts of his life more quickly than he ever thought possible.

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Rocket Boy: Eyewitness to the Early Railways
RM 12.50
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This is the eyewitness account of Edward Entwistle, who drove the famous steam locomotive 'Rocket' during the opening of the world's first passenger railway, and his long life in England and the United States. It is one of the most inportant documents concerning the early years of transport ever produced.

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Whiter than Snow & Diary of an Action Man
RM 47.40 RM 58.80
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Two plays for young people by one distinctive voice. Diary of An Action Man and Whiter Than Snow reveal an imagination that has raised the writer Mike Kenny onto the international stage. Renowned for producing multi-layered, stimulating children's plays, his work often also appeals to adults. Refreshingly bold, adeptly sculpted and highly original, these texts draw audiences into the real myths of childhood and challenge our perceptions of normality. Whiter than Snow opened at the New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich in March 2009 in a production by Graeae.

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Überhaupt zeige man Charakter!
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Karl August Fürst von Hardenberg (1750-1822), von 1804 bis 1806 preuBischer AuBenminister und von 1810 bis 1822 Staatskanzler, kämpfte zeit seines Lebens in PreuBen um grundlegende Reformen und um eine Stellung, die ihm das in direkter Absprache mit dem König Friedrich Wilhelm Iii. Sein Hauptziel, die Einführung einer Verfassung und die Mitsprache des Bürgertums hat er nicht erreicht. Trotz vieler Niederlagen, z.B. musste er auf Drängen Napoleons 1806 als AuBenminister zurücktreten, gab er nicht auf und erhielt erst im höheren Alter die verdiente Anerkennung. Mit hohem diplomatischem Geschick führte er Friedensverhandlungen mit England, Frankreich, Österreich und Russland und erreichte auf dem Wiener Kongress 1815 erheblichen Gebietszuwachs für PreuBen. Er war maBgeblich an der Gewerbefreiheit, der Bauernbefreiung und der Emanzipation der Juden in PreuBen beteiligt. Hans Bentzien schildert in seinem Buch sehr fundiert und interessant Leben und Arbeit Hardenbergs und gibt gleichzeitig einen guten Einblick in die Geschichte PreuBens im 18./19.Jahrhundert. Geboren 1927 in Greifswald. Volksschule, Lehrerausbildung (Lba). Studium zum Dipl. rer. pol. in Jena und Moskau. Verschiedene kulturpolitische Funktionen. Kulturminister 1961 - 1966. Verleger. Rundfunk- und Fernsehmitarbeiter (Leitender Redakteur für Geschichtspublikationen). Zuletzt Generalintendant des Deutschen Fernsehfunks. Autor von Fernsehfilmen, Theaterstücken, Biographien (Elisabeth von Thüringen, Martin Luther, Thomas Müntzer, Friedrich II. von PreuBen, Carl August von Hardenberg, Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg) und Sachbüchern zu Fragen der Zeitgeschichte und der Geschichte Brandenburgs. Autobiographie. Wohnhaft in Bad Saarow. Verheiratet, drei Kinder. Er verstarb am 18. Mai 2015.

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Male Nude Photography- Jock Showers
RM 9.60
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Male Nude Photography book. Nick Baer presents 13 nude male models in the shower. Full frontal male nudity, color. Joe Galea, Joe Owens, Karlton King, Mason Scott, Steven Jay, Oliver Starr, Rich Andrews, Rocco Gabriell, Sebastian Forde, Tobey Harte, Travis James, Tyler James, Tyler James, Xzavier Sheeth.

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Man of My Dreams
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Four all-new stories featuring handsome heroes who can possess a woman's heart and satisfy her late-night yearnings.

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It's Raining Men
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THE Sunday Times TOP 5 Bestselling Author! A getaway to remember. But is a holiday romance on the cards? Best friends from work May, Lara and Clare are desperate for some time away. They have each had a rough time of it lately and need some serious R & R, so they set off to a luxurious spa for ten glorious days. But when they arrive at their destination, it seems it is not the place they thought it was. In fact, they appear to have come to entirely the wrong village … Despite the strange atmosphere, the three friends are determined to make the best of it and have a holiday to remember. But will this be the break they all need? Or will the odd little village with all its secrets bring them all to breaking point…? Praise for Milly Johnson:'Bursting with warmth and joie de vivre' Jill MANSELL'Warm, optimistic and romantic' Katie FFORDE'An irresistibly feel-good read' Jane Costello

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Pegged on a One Night Stand: - A Tale of First Time Female Domination and Male Humiliation
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Busty young Eva strikes up a conversation with a charming and handsome young gentleman on her way to an out of town conference. The couple quickly become accustomed to one another and it's not long before the sparks of arousal ignite their lust for each other. The young man is drawn to Eva's breathtaking rear and whilst he admires her curves and whispers his desires behind closed doors. The devious minx quickly turn the tables as she lubes up and then clips her strap on her hip as she demonstrates the true meaning of body worship and domination. Advisory: This 3000 word insanely hot erotic short story will set your emotions alightThis book contains explicit sexuality and adult situations. including femdom female domination, body worship and a dominant young woman pegging her one night stand and should be purchased and read by adults only. The content may be considered objectionable, so please read at your own discretion.

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White* The Everlasting Man
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This early work by G.k. Chesterton was originally published in 1925 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. In this book, Chesterton explores the relationship between Evolution and Christianity, the growth and role of the Church, as well as providing an in-depth analysis of Paganism. Gilbert Keith Chesterton was born in London in 1874. He studied at the Slade School of Art, and upon graduating began to work as a freelance journalist. By 1905, he had a regular and popular column with the Illustrated London News, and began to write on an array of topics. Over the course of his life, his literary output was incredibly diverse and highly prolific, ranging from philosophy and ontology to art criticism and detective fiction. However, he is probably best-remembered for his Christian apologetics, most notably in The Everlasting Man.

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Parenting by Men Who Batter
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What is the best way to work with fathers who have a history of abusive behavior? This question is among the thorniest that social service and criminal justice professionals must deal with in their careers, and in this essential new work Jeffrey L. Edleson, Oliver J. Williams, and a group of international colleagues examine the host of equally difficult issues that surround it. Beginning with the voices of mothers and fathers who speak about men's contact with and parenting of their children, the authors then examine court and mental health services perspectives on how much involvement violent men should have in their children's lives. The second half of the book showcases programs such as the Boston-based Fathering After Violence initiative and the Caring Dads program in Canada, which introduce non-abusive parenting concepts and skills to batterers and have developed useful guidelines for intervention with these fathers. Visionary but also practical, Parenting by Men Who Batter distills the most relevant policy issues, research findings, and practice considerations for those who coordinate batterer programs or work with families, the courts, and the child welfare system. It guides professionals in understanding men who batter, assessing their parenting skills, making decisions about custody and visitation, and modeling treatment programs that engage fathers in their children's lives while maximizing safety.

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The Man in the Needlecord Jacket
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The Man in the Needlecord Jacket is thought-provoking relationship fiction written from the perspectives of two women who are involved with one man. The reader is in the privileged position of knowing what's going on for both of the women, while each of them is being kept in the dark about a very important issue.

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LTD No Man Will Know
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This new collection of short stories, with strong Christian themes, engage imaginatively with current events in ways that deeply challenge and inspire the reader with hope. About the AuthorTowards the end of a career in engineering and IT, Donald Southey took up fiction writing as a hobby. His debut novel 'I Messiah' met with outstanding reviews. Don's writing often examines the intersection of technology and ethics, as this first collection of his short stories demonstrates. Donald is married with four daughters, and is a Chartered Engineer, a member of Freedom Church, a schools Stem Administrator, and a former international mime artist.

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The Black Man: the Father of Civilization Proven by Biblical History
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I have many objects in presenting this book to the public. First: I love my race regardless of the prejudice against her, the unenviable position she holds, and the things she is falsely said to be guilty of. I demonstrate my love for her by launching this book before the public as somewhat of a defense against the prejudice of ancient, as well as modern historical writers and lecturers, who have misrepresented her, and took from her the good deeds and honors that are justly due her. Secondly: I realize that my race has had defenders, and has some now, men of my race and men of other races. But I am simply presenting this book as an humble race defender, in connection with the body of race defenders, and if my theory in this book is accepted as one of the little fingers of this splendid body, I will feel that I have accomplished some results and thus portrayed the story of "The Widow's Mite"-she gave all she had, and I contribute likewise

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Piano Man
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Entranced by a neighbor's music, a teenage girl learns what it means to loveAt fourteen years old, Deidre is just beginning to notice boys. Her cousin Susan is about to go on her first date, with a drop-dead gorgeous sixteen-year-old, but Deidre doesn't feel ready-that is, until she hears Jeff Elliot play. She's making dinner for her mother when the sound of the piano comes down through the ceiling-a haunting melody of heartbreak and loss that fills her with a joy she never imagined. When Deidre meets Jeff by their apartment building's pool, she knows immediately that she loves him. Although he is much older than she, Deidre believes she understands him like no one else can. But as she and Susan begin to find, nothing is as blinding as love at first sight.

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Cornell In the Museum of Man
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In the Museum of Man offers new insight into the thorny relationship between science, society, and empire at the high-water mark of French imperialism and European racism. Alice L. Conklin takes us into the formative years of French anthropology and social theory between 1850 and 1900; then deep into the practice of anthropology, under the name of ethnology, both in Paris and in the empire before and especially after World War I; and finally, into the fate of the discipline and its practitioners under the German Occupation and its immediate aftermath. Conklin addresses the influence exerted by academic networks, museum collections, and imperial connections in defining human diversity socioculturally rather than biologically, especially in the wake of resurgent anti-Semitism at the time of the Dreyfus Affair and in the 1930s and 1940s. Students of the progressive social scientist Marcel Mauss were exposed to the ravages of imperialism in the French colonies where they did fieldwork; as a result, they began to challenge both colonialism and the scientific racism that provided its intellectual justification. Indeed, a number of them were killed in the Resistance, fighting for the humanist values they had learned from their teachers and in the field. A riveting story of a close-knit community of scholars who came to see all societies as equally complex, In the Museum of Man serves as a reminder that if scientific expertise once authorized racism, anthropologists also learned to rethink their paradigms and mobilize against racial prejudice-a lesson well worth remembering today.

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The Truth About Him
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For fans of Christina Lauren and Jodi Ellen Malpas comes the next novel in M. O'Keefe's breathtakingly sexy series about a woman called into a journey of the heart, body, and soul. We played our roles, told each other lies. But now Dylan is no longer just a mysterious deep voice on the other end of the line. We're face-to-face and our relationship is very, very real. We still have secrets-but so much is crystal clear: The thrilling danger. The raw, naked desire. The need to keep feeling the way he makes me feel. Forever. Dylan is putting up walls, trying to keep me safe, but he can't shut me out. He has seen my darkness and rescued me. Now it's my turn, if only he will let me. Praise for The Truth About Him "M. O'Keefe blew me away with The Truth About Him, the conclusion to the dark, emotional, and dangerously sexy story of Annie and Dylan that began with the brilliant Everything I Left Unsaid. Wonderfully compelling and absolutely one-click worthy, this duet by M. O'Keefe is tops of my 2015 favorites list!"*New York Times* bestselling author J. Kenner* "*The Truth About Him* is one of the most gorgeous books I've ever read. Dark, sexy and emotionally haunting, it has stayed with me long after I turned the last page."*New York Times* bestselling author Tracy Wolff* "O'Keefe weaves a complex, poignant tapestry of character, emotion, and action."*Kirkus Reviews "O'Keefe composes riveting scenarios. . Readers seeking exhilarating sex along with thrilling conflicts won't be able to put it down."*Publishers Weekly "The conclusion to O'Keefe's dark and spellbinding. Everything I Left Unsaid jumps off the cliff into a raging sea of passion and danger as she continues to push our couple through the darkness that consumes them. . Suspense and intrigue play a larger role, with the romance flowing right along. as Dylan and Annie fight to hold on to the love they have built."*RT Book Reviews "I loved the way this couple fit together,

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All For A Dead Man's Leg
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Meet Harriet Ruby, an MIT graduate with a degree in languages, whose life has been good but ordinary and predictable. Wanting new experiences before settling down to career and family, she accepts a position as a tour director in Europe. Meet Will Talbot, a handsome Europol spy and covert government operative with a dark troubled past, major trust issues, and dissociative amnesia. Driven by guilt over something he believes he did, he has a penchant for rescuing innocent victims. Harriet's first solo stint as a tour director Morocco goes well until they get lost in the walled market in Tangier. There, one of her tourists becomes ill. Harriet needs to find a doctor, can't speak Arabic, and doesn't know how to get out of the walled city. A handsome, mysterious stranger, Will Talbot, examines the tourist, pronounces him dead, and offers to help her smuggle the body out of Morocco.

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Psychotherapy with Gay Men and Lesbians
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Examine gay and lesbian psychoanalysis from a variety of perspectives! Psychotherapy with Gay Men and Lesbians: Contemporary Dynamic Approaches presents case histories of psychotherapy sessions with gay and lesbian patients, focusing on today's psychoanalytical approaches. Dedicated to enhancing the emotional, psychological, and psychiatric treatment of gay men, lesbians, and bisexuals, the book features prominent analysts with a wide range of clinical and theoretical approaches. The foremost experts in the therapeutic field address issues affecting gay and lesbian patients from psychoanalytic perspectives that respect the patients' sexual identities. Psychotherapy with Gay Men and Lesbians reflects the significant clinical and theoretical changes therapists face in dealing with issues of gender and sexuality. New ways of thinking coexist with traditional theory as paradigm shifts in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis affect the treatment of gay, lesbian, and bisexual patients. This book provides a forum to address those changes through clinical papers and discussions. Psychotherapy with Gay Men and Lesbians includes discussion of case reports that deal with: gay therapists treating gay patients countertransferential enactments of sex and gender in treatment rethinking the meanings of homosexuality psychotherapeutic treatment of gay male patients with Aids and much more! Psychotherapy with Gay Men and Lesbians is an essential forum for the exchange of clinical information on gay and lesbian psychotherapy. The book is a valuable resource for psychiatrists, psychologists, social work therapists, psychoanalysts, and anyone interested in today's psychoanalytic approaches to homosexuality.

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The Man Who Didn't Shoot Hitler
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This is the tale of two men. The first is Henry Tandey, an ordinary man later deemed to be 'a hero of the old berserk type', born and brought up in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, who displayed extraordinary courage to emerge from the First World War as the most decorated British private to survive. The second is Adolf Hitler, who was highly decorated in his service to Germany in the First World War and went on to become one of the most infamous dictators in history, later bringing the world to the brink of destruction during the Second World War. It seems unlikely that their fates should collide. Yet in 1938 Hitler named Tandey as the soldier who spared his life on 28 September 1918 in the aftermath of the Battle of Marcoing - an assertion that came as a surprise to Tandey himself. The Man Who Didn't Shoot Hitler tells the story of Tandey's and Hitler's Great War, the moment when their lives became intertwined - if in fact they did - and how Tandey lived with the stigma of being known not for his chestful of medals for gallantry in service of King and Country, but as the man who let Hitler live.

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Little Men
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Jo March, the tomboy heroine of Little Women, has grown up! She returns in this beloved sequel as a young woman with a family of her own. Jo and her husband, Professor Bhaer, open their hearts (and their home) to educate and care for a handful of rowdy yet well-meaning youngsters. Plumfield, the school where the boys learn "how to help themselves and be useful men," has a spirited student body that includes - in addition to the Bhaers' two sons - Nat, an orphaned street musician, cold and frightened when he first appears at the Bhaers' door; business-minded Tommy; Dan, a "wild boy" eventually tamed by love and kindness; and other endearing little mischief-makers. Outside the classroom, the boys rush headlong from one prank to another - from playing matador with the family cow to nearly setting the school afire with a smoldering cigar stub. But in the end, they prove to have a positive effect on the lives of the entire Bhaer family. With tales ranging from tearful to cheerful, this heartwarming unabridged classic promises young readers an exciting and fun-filled visit to nineteenth-century America.

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The Sexy Misadventures of Sabrina the Slutty Spy, Part 3: Man in the Boat
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The Sexy Misadventures of Sabrina the Slutty Spy, Part 3: Man in the Boat

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Ich und das, was man so Demokratie nennt
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Der Autor erzählt zunächst Kindheitserinnerungen aus den letzten Tagen des Zweiten Weltkrieges sowie der Nachkriegszeit und setzt sich sodann mit den Entwicklungen des neuen demokratischen Staatswesens in Deutschland auseinander. Die Erwartungen, die in die demokratische Grundordnung gesetzt wurden, erwiesen sich für ihn und groBe Teile des Volkes als nicht erfüllbar. Mit groBer Offenheit schildert er die negativen Einflüsse, die die Errungenschaften einer demokratischen Gesellschaft bedrohen und zum Teil bereits beseitigt haben. Insbesondere mahnt er die schädlichen Auswirkungnen der Digitalisierung der Lebensbereiche, des Lobbyismus und des immer weniger würdevollen Umgangs der Menschen untereinander an.

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The Man Who Would Be King [com Glossário em Português]
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Esta edição tem como objetivo tornar mais fácil a leitura dos clássicos da Língua Inglesa. Nele você encontrará, além do texto em Inglês, um glossário em Português, contendo definições para muitas das palavras encontradas no texto original. Para ver a definição de uma palavra, basta clicar sobre ela! This edition is intended to help the advanced learner by providing translations of most words found in the text. To find the definition of a word, just follow the link on it to its glossary entry. Reading the classics never was this easy!

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Inc. Best-Kept Boy in the World
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"Denny, long before he surfaced in my cove, was a legend well-known to me, a myth entitled: Best-Kept Boy in the World."-Truman Capote Denham (Denny) Fouts, the twentieth century's most famous male prostitute, was a socialite and literary muse whose extraordinary life started off humbly in Jacksonville, Florida. But in short order he befriended (and bedded) the rich and celebrated and in the process conquered the world. No less an august figure than the young Gore Vidal was enchanted by Denny's special charms. He twice modeled characters on Denny in his fiction, saying it was a pity that Denny never wrote a memoir. To Vidal he was "un homme fatal." Truman Capote, who devoted a third of Answered Prayers to Denny's life story, found that "to watch him walk into a room was an experience. He was beyond being good-looking; he was the single most charming-looking person I've ever seen." Writer Christopher Isherwood was more to the point: he called Denny "the most expensive male prostitute in the world." In his short life, Denny achieved a mythic status, and Best-Kept Boy in the World for the first time follows him into his rarefied world of barons and shipping tycoons, lords, princes, heirs of great fortunes, artists, and authors. Here is the story of an American original, a story with an amazing cast of unforgettable characters and extraordinary settings, the book Gore Vidal wished Denny had written. Arthur Vanderbilt is the author of many books of history, biography, memoirs, and essays. He lives in New Jersey and Massachusetts.

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Body Dump, Flesh Collectors, Lobster Boy, and Deacon of Death
RM 88.50 RM 110.70
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Four bizarre true crime stories about serial killers, murder sprees, sideshows, and church pulpits in one sensational volume. These grizzly true crime books by a former New York Times columnist chronicle four shocking and disturbing cases. Body Dump: Few people in Poughkeepsie, New York, paid mind when prostitutes started vanishing off the streets. Nor did anyone have hard evidence to link the disappearances to suspect Kendall Francois, a slovenly middle school hall monitor nicknamed Stinky. Then, one woman escaped his house of horrors and led authorities to the ghastly secrets hidden in Francois's attic. Flesh Collectors: When social misfit Jeremiah Rodgers and racist devil-worshipper Jonathan Lawrence met in a Florida penal system mental hospital, they discovered a mutual lust for sadism. Then, they were released. What followed was a thrill-killing spree of murder, rape, and cannibalism-the makings of an "unforgettable. true crime classic" (Dan Zupansky, host of Blog Talk Radio's True Murder). Lobster Boy: With his lobster-claw hands and stunted legs, Grady Stiles Jr. traveled the carnival circuit as Lobster Boy. He was also a violently dangerous husband and father who had been convicted once before of murder. After years of abuse, his wife-a sideshow wonder known as the Electrified Girl-fought back with a murder-for-hire. Deacon of Death: By day, Sam Smithers, deacon of the Baptist church in Plant City, Florida, was a family man beyond reproach. By night, he was a sex-addicted killer who trolled for prostitutes. When the decomposed bodies of two women were found off a rural road in Tampa, no one suspected the clergyman. Then one day, a local woman saw sweet Mr. Smithers cleaning his bloody axe.

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Brave Men, Dark Waters
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A definitive history of the US Navy's renowned special operations fighting force-"the most complete in-depth study of this fabled elite unit" (*Library Journal*). The legend was forged in the fires of World War II, when special units of elite navy frogmen were entrusted with dangerous covert missions in the brutal global conflict. These Underwater Demolition Teams, as they were then called, soon became known for their toughness and fearlessness, and their remarkable ability to get the job*any* job-done. Years later, the renamed US Navy SEALs (for Sea, Air, and Land) continued to be a wartime force to be reckoned with throughout the remainder of the twentieth century and into the twenty-first. They served as rangers and scouts in the jungles of Vietnam, answered the call to duty in Panama, Granada, and in Saddam Hussein's Iraq, while developing into the very best of the best, the cream of America's Special Forces crop. Author Orr Kelly offers a rich and riveting history of the SEALs, covering their remarkable triumphs while not shying away from the scandals and controversies. An extraordinary portrait of extraordinary fighting men, *Brave Men, Dark Waters* shines a brilliant light into the darkest shadows of war, which is where the SEALs have operated for decades with awesome and deadly efficiency.

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Boon New Arrivals: Surprise Baby For Him - 3 Book Box Set
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Accidentally Pregnant! - Rebecca WintersTwo months ago Irena and Vincenzo spent a heady week together. Yet it couldn't last - she was destined to marry another. Now Irena is pregnant and alone. When Vincenzo hears of her plight he takes control the only way he knows how - by offering marriage. But only later does he find out - that the baby is his! The Soldier's Homecoming - Donna AlwardJonas Kirkpatrick left town to be a soldier without ever looking back. But Shannyn saw him every day in her little girl's green eyes. Six years later, Jonas comes home, changed. Hardened by war, Jonas can't open his heart. That is until he discovers what he left behind - the unbreakable bond with his unknown child and the love of the woman who can make him whole again. Marriage For Baby - Melissa McClone Jared and Kate are separated when they find themselves guardians of an orphaned baby. The one hitch is, for them both to be guardians, they have to stay married! Unexpectedly, the baby reignites the spark that had gone from their relationship - can this baby help them to heal their hearts and ensure they have a marriage worth waiting for, a marriage finally for keeps?

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Baby Boy 2: Verdorben
RM 9.40
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Betrunken, nackt und voller Lust klopft Baby Boy an Rex' Tür, um den Mann zu verführen, der seine Phantasien dominiert. Aber die Dinge nehmen eine unerwartete Wendung, als Babys Verhalten die Aufmerksamkeit von Rex' seelenlosem Vater erregt, der in der Stadt ist, um Rex' Schulden einzutreiben. Als Rex' Vater Babys hübschen Körper und 30cm-Schwanz sieht, verwickelt er Baby in seine gierige Welt aus Sex. Und Rex, der Babys Pakt mit dem Teufel nicht aufhalten kann, schwört, an Baby Boys Seite zu bleiben und ihn vor der endlosen Parade an lüsternen Männern zu schützen, die ihm folgt. Rex' Schutz verlangt aber einen unvorstellbaren Preis, der das Leben der Jungen für immer verändern wird. Die Geschichte enthält Bdsm und Dreier. 14,000 Wörter *Diese Geschichte enthält sehr explizite Beschreibungen erotischer und sexueller Situationen, die teilweise extreme Erektionen beschreiben, die zu Selbstbefriedigung führen. Nur für reife Leser.

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Jody's Men
RM 22.60
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Jody has known nothing but tragedy and heartache. She never knew her father, her mother died of breast cancer when she was young, and her once stable adoptive parents have turned into drug addicts, who only care about their next hit, and couldn't care less that they are about to lose everything. She's already at the end of her rope; then it gets worse. John, Sam, and Bruno aren't actively searching for a woman to complete their family, especially after their last live-in ran off to pursue a producer in Hollywood, but none of them are able to deny the pull they feel toward the hard working, scrumptiously built, little chef. She might be the one that can accept them as they are, and make them better men in the process. Horrible tragedy and crazy exes will test their relationship, but when four people are committed to making a relationship work nothing can stand in their way. Can it? Mfmm

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My Visualization of Modern Day Man!!!
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Summary We need our hugh building Like the devil needs rain We need these wise men Adding numbers to our names Yes we need all those fools Who build homes on sand Not to mention all those mad minds Destroying the ecology of our land

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Dream Boy
RM 55.30 RM 69.00
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ALA Gay-Lesbian-Bisexual Book Award. Dream BOY confirms the immense promise of Jim Grimsley's award-winning debut, Winter Birds. In his electrifying novel, adolescent gay love, violence, and the spirituality of old-time religion are combined through the alchemy of Grimsley's vision into a powerfully suspenseful story of escape and redemption. "I've never read a novel remotely like Dream Boy; and my admiration for Jim Grimsley's power is widened and deepened."-Reynolds Price; "Translucent prose and emotional authenticity."-Out. A Quality Paperback Book Club Selection.

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The Man in the Picture
RM 15.40
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A mysterious depiction of masked revellers at the Venice carnival hangs in the college rooms of Oliver's old professor in Cambridge. On this cold winter's night, its eerie secret is revealed by the ageing don. The dark art of the Venetian scene, instead of imitating life, has the power to entrap it. To stare into the painting is to play dangerously with the unseen demons it hides, and become the victim of its macabre beauty.

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Beautiful Boy
RM 47.10
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THE Number ONE NEW York Times Bestseller Soon TO BE A Major Motion Picture, Starring Steve Carell AND Timothy CHALAMET'What had happened to my beautiful boy? To our family? What did I do wrong?'Those are the wrenching questions that haunted every moment of David Sheff's journey through his son Nic's addiction to drugs and tentative steps toward recovery. Before Nic Sheff became addicted to crystal meth, he was a charming boy, joyous and funny, a varsity athlete and honor student adored by his two younger siblings. After meth, he was a trembling wraith who lied, stole, and lived on the streets. With haunting candour, David Sheff traces the first subtle warning signs: the denial, the 3am phone calls (is it Nic? the police? the hospital?), the attempts at rehab. His preoccupation with Nic became an addiction in itself, and the obsessive worry and stress took a tremendous toll. But as a journalist, he instinctively researched every avenue of treatment that might save his son and refused to give up on Nic. This story is a first: a teenager's addiction from the parent's point of view - a real-time chronicle of the shocking descent into substance abuse and the gradual emergence into hope. Beautiful Boy is a fiercely candid memoir that brings immediacy to the emotional rollercoaster of loving a child who seems beyond help. Read the other side of Nic Sheff's bestselling memoir, Tweak. Praise for Beautiful Boy:-'A brilliant, harrowing, heartbreaking, fascinating story, full of beautiful moments and hard-won wisdom. This book will save a lot of lives and heal a lot of hearts'. Anne Lamott'An important book. moving, timely and startlingly beautiful.'* Richard Branson*

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The Wanted Man
RM 9.00
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The Wanted Man' follows the story of Morena Amador, a young girl living in a divided world, with the population split between those who are superior living a life of luxury on the Mainland, and those who are poor and deformed confined to life on the inferior Island. The Wanted Man appears to her in her dreams, driving her wild with desire, but somehow she can never seem to find him when she is awake. Her love life is peppered with encounters between men and women, including her long term on-off lover Posey, but she is haunted by the feeling that something is missing. When a chance encounter means she must abandon her life on the Mainland and travel to the Island, Morena discovers not only the sexual release she has craved, but also unearths a closely guarded family secret and the identity of her Wanted Man.

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Male Sex Work and Society
RM 214.80 RM 238.70
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This new collection explores for the first time male sex work from a rich array of perspectives and disciplines. It aims to help enrich the ways in which we view both male sex work as a field of commerce and male sex worker themselves. Leading contributors examine the field both historically and cross-culturally from fields including public health, sociology, psychology, social services, history, filmography, economics, mental health, criminal justice, geography, and migration studies, and more. Synthesizing introductions by the editors help the reader understand the implications of the findings and conclusions for scholars, practitioners, students, and members of the interested/concerned public.

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Boon Her Texan Man - 3 Book Box Set
RM 34.60
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The Maverick Always in the middle of trouble, be it during roundup or at county dances, Harley Fowler emerges unscathed. Until he meets whirlwind, top-notch investigator Alice Jones, who is trying to solve a murder involving the one family Harley doesn't want to talk about - his own. Suddenly he's in the midst of mayhem - and all he can think about is protecting Alice. But the stubborn woman is unappreciative of his efforts. What's a confirmed maverick to do? Is seduction the only solution? Iron Cowboy Rancher Jared Cameron was a mystery to everyone in Jacobsville, Texas…and he liked it that way. Only sweet-natured bookseller Sara dared to intrude on his privacy - informing the loner that a book on ogres might be more appropriate for a man of his qualities. Charmed by her audaciousness, Jared seduced the town's plain Jane. But their burgeoning relationship soon thrust Sara into Jared's hidden world of intrigue. Now the iron cowboy had to steel himself for the fight of his life…and his heart. Boss Man Hot-headed lawyer Blake Kemp didn't want the tender ministrations of his assistant to get in his way. But he only had to lose his temper once before pretty Violet left him in a cloud of Texas dust. Being smart as well as stubborn, Blake knew he had to hire her back. And make sure that this time business didn't mess with matters of the heart…on or off the job!

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Making Men Moral
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On May 29, 1917, Mrs. E.m. Craise, citizen of Denver, Colorado, penned a letter to President Woodrow Wilson, which concluded, We have surrendered to your absolute control our hearts' dearest treasures-our sons. If their precious bodies that have cost us so dear should be torn to shreds by German shot and shells we will try to live on in the hope of meeting them again in the blessed Country of happy reunions. But, Mr. President, if the hell-holes that infest their training camps should trip up their unwary feet and they be returned to us besotted degenerate wrecks of their former selves cursed with that hell-born craving for alcohol, we can have no such hope. Anxious about the United States' pending entry into the Great War, fearful that their sons would be polluted by the scourges of prostitution, venereal disease, illicit sex, and drink that ran rampant in the training camps, countless Americans sent such missives to their government officials. In response to this deluge, President Wilson created the Commission on Training Camp Activities to ensure the purity of the camp environment. Training camps would henceforth mold not only soldiers, but model citizens who, after the war, would return to their communities, spreading white, urban, middle-class values throughout the country. What began as a federal program designed to eliminate sexually transmitted diseases soon mushroomed into a powerful social force intent on replacing America's many cultures with a single, homogenous one. Though committed to the positive methods of education and recreation, the reformers did not hesitate to employ repression when necessary. Those not conforming to the prescribed vision of masculinity often faced exclusion from the reformers' idealized society, or sometimes even imprisonment. Social engineering ruled the day. Combining social, cultural, and military history and illustrating the deep divisions among reformers themselves, Nancy K. Bristow, with the aid of dozens of evocative phot

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Little Man
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This book is about a mother's love of having a little boy and how God blessed her with him. It is the journey of all the visions she has of him at each phase of him growing up.

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Fallen Men
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A young priest's life spirals out of control when long-submerged memories of childhood abuse begin to surface. He seeks solace in a friendship with a beautiful seventeen-year-old-choir girl but this leads to a frenzied love affair that ends in disaster. Fallen Men touches on some dark themes but it is ultimately a novel of redemption. Fallen Men has been the recipient of two literary awards - Top Medallist Honours in the General Fiction category of the prestigious New Apple 2015 Awards for Excellence, and the IDB Amazon Award in 2013.

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Rich Boy
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For three years, Dante has served as personal chef to bratty billionaire Jamie Marbury. When Jamie disappears, drunk, from his own extravagant birthday party, and later returns only to smash his car into the back of Dante's, the irate chef has had enough and determines to teach the spoiled young man a hard lesson once and for all. This is for those who enjoy a good spanking! Warning: This 11k word erotic discipline fiction story focuses on the budding D/s relationship between a cook with a mysterious past and a bratty eighteen-year-old with an attitude that just won't quit. It features hand spanking, strapping with a leather belt, gay oral sex, and rich chocolate cake. To be enjoyed by adults only!

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Happy Without Him
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Do all women end up with a man? No. So why does women's fiction always seek a paired-off ending - a cure for single, like it's some kind of disease? Happy Without Him is about, well, being happy without a him. It's the funny but bumpy journey of four female friends dealing with the challenges of life. The girls are based in Sydney and attend a monthly book club. Josie tries everything to make her relationship work- a relationship with a good looking bully she clings to in her fear of the Sydney 'man drought'. Burnt by a bad marriage, Kelly wasn't looking, but finds lovely Nick. Ella is just exhausted by motherhood, but rediscovers how great her life and husband are as they embark on their own unique adventure. Jen is desperate to find a boyfriend. She tries it all: speed dating, internet dating, a posh dating agency. In the end she wakes up to the fact that her life might be better without all these crappy blokes she keeps finding. There are good men out there. But when Jen stops living her life searching for one, her real life begins-a life discovering the secret joy of being single.

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Three Men in a Boat
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George, William, and J. agree on one thing. They're overworked and need a rest. A week on "the rolling deep" - they decide - may be just the thing! So off they go with Montmorency, the dog, anticipating the joys of long, lazy days during a glorious Victorian summer. What happens to these bungling bachelors on a two-week rowing excursion up the Thames provides fodder for one of the best-known classics of English humor. Jerome's timeless comedy follows the trio's misadventures as they struggle with camping equipment and meal preparation, confront rampant hypochondria and unreliable weather, and contend with other disasters - all of which trumpet simple truths that still resonate today.

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Little Green Men at the Mercury Inn
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Beach culture and UFOs collide in this lighthearted adventure story about an alien encounter at an aging Cocoa Beach motel. Twelve-year-old Aidan lives and works at his parents' motel on the Space Coast in Florida, so he's seen a lot of weird stuff. Even his best friend, Louis, is a little bit crazy-he's obsessed with UFOs and swears he saw one two years ago. But things at the Mercury Inn are about to get a whole lot weirder. When an actual unidentified flying object suddenly appears in the sky over the motel, Aidan begins to realize that some of the residents of the Mercury Inn may be much more unusual than he thought. And Louis might not be so crazy after all. Filled with quirky characters and atmosphere, this beachy alien caper, like the aging motel where it takes place, is anything but ordinary.

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Hot Wheels The Man in Black
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Enjoy this new revised edition of USA Today bestselling author Steffanie Holmes' most popular paranormal romance. Contains bonus never-before-read scenes! Love so fierce it transcends even death. When Elinor Baxtor arrives at the dilapidated Marshell House to settle the estate of her law firm's oldest client, she can't help but feel a little spooked. The creaking gothic mansion is a far cry from her life as an adventurous party girl back in London. Then she meets Eric Marshell, a man dressed entirely in black with a wicked smile and the ability to float through walls. Eric was the violinist in popular rock band Ghost Symphony until a hit-and-run accident claimed his life. Now he's trapped inside his mother's house for all eternity, and the only one who can see or hear him is Elinor. Eric and Elinor fight their attraction for each other as they dig into the mystery of Eric's death. But when they uncover a dark and sinister plot that threatens Elinor's life, their bond draws them into a world neither of them understands. Can their love transcend the boundary between life and death? The Man in Black is a steamy gothic romance by USA Today bestselling author Steffanie Holmes, set in the English village of Crookshollow. It's a standalone novel of love, redemption, and second chances, and has a HEA and no cheating. If you love clever BBW heroines, crumbling gothic mansions, and brooding rockstars who know what they want, then this book will have you shivering all over. paranormal romance, rockstar romance, haunted house, alpha male, mystery, murder, artist, billionaire, supernatural, werewolf, shapeshifter, shifter, witches, vampires, urban fantasy, dark fantasy, gothic romance

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The Boy with the Apron Cape
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The Boy with The Apron Cape is a Story for all of us that wore an Apron and in which our reality became a world made of purpose, truth and justice, powers and destiny! To a boy who wants to be a super hero, you will soon figure out that an Apron is the missing link to your Super Hero outfit of under roos. For an unsuspecting female, you will not be left out to also find purpose for you in this world. The apron has been labled, The Apron Cape, it is magical and has been searching for you, the most righteous soul. The Great Wizard Elfrin Noble has been searching for you. He has been searching because a great darkness has come to your world to destroy you and your kind. The blood that is powered by a desired crystal stone lives, and it is the only thing that will destroy this evil. There is magic and Wizardry, and Spaceships, and Lordships, and an Evil Son, Lhourdis, who resents you. There are Russians, who are seeking out the power of the stone. There are Aliens that have been watching the events unfolding, considering Earth a threat, and there is chaos, and you, you Scott Freeman, Scott Free, for short, must save the World! You must overcome obstacles. You must overcome despair, heartbreak, and disappointments. You must accept that you are the world's only hope, in fact, you are the hope of the entire universe! Sometimes there is no happily ever after, even though you are, Scott Free, The Boy with The Apron Cape!

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The Man with the Getaway Face
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You probably haven't ever noticed them. But they've noticed you. They notice everything. That's their job. Sitting quietly in a nondescript car outside a bank making note of the tellers' work habits, the positions of the security guards. Lagging a few car lengths behind the Brinks truck on its daily rounds. Surreptitiously jiggling the handle of an unmarked service door at the racetrack. They're thieves. Heisters, to be precise. They're pros, and Parker is far and away the best of them. If you're planning a job, you want him in. Tough, smart, hardworking, and relentlessly focused on his trade, he is the heister's heister, the robber's robber, the heavy's heavy. You don't want to cross him, and you don't want to get in his way, because he'll stop at nothing to get what he's after. Parker, the ruthless antihero of Richard Stark's eponymous mystery novels, is one of the most unforgettable characters in hardboiled noir. Lauded by critics for his taut realism, unapologetic amorality, and razor-sharp prose-style-and adored by fans who turn each intoxicating page with increasing urgency-Stark is a master of crime writing, his books as influential as any in the genre. The University of Chicago Press has embarked on a project to return the early volumes of this series to print for a new generation of readers to discover-and become addicted to. Parker goes under the knife in The Man with the Getaway Face, changing his face to escape the mob and a contract on his life. Along the way he scores his biggest heist yet: an armored car in New Jersey, stuffed with cash. "Westlake knows precisely how to grab a reader, draw him or her into the story, and then slowly tighten his grip until escape is impossible."*Washington* Post Book World "Elmore Leonard wouldn't write what he does if Stark hadn't been there before. And Quentin Tarantino wouldn't write what he does without Leonard. . Old master that he is, Stark does all of them one better."*Los Angeles* Times "Donald Westlake's P

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Is Man to Survive Science?
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In the early 21st century, the advances of science, followed by technology, have been very impressive and opened up hither to unthought-of prospects in every domain. Scientific "Previsionists" believe it will lay the foundation for deep changes in the human being. This is in no way a matter of science fiction but rather rational and foreseeable extrapolations of many recent results in various scientific fields. Will Man become a mutating Gmo, a humanoid robot, a hybrid of both? Will his life be extended much longer or even indefinitely? Will he reproduce in vitro in the near future? These are questions we should begin to ask now, for our children will likely experience these changes, but our grandchildren will live in a quite different world. Contents: Today, the Facts: How Did We Get There?NanotechnologiesSoftware and InformationThe Biological WorldBrain and the Cognitive ScienceHope or Despair?:Some Considerations about a Possible FutureTowards What Kind of ResearchCould Man Change or Disappear?Towards a Zero Defect Man?Is God to Survive Science?Conclusion: The Crystal BowlReadership: This book will be of interest for anyone who is curious about future evolution of homo sapiens and advances of technologies. Key Features: This book is in some way a compilation of the recent results in various fields of scientific research which can affect our way of living in a near future. It is not science-fiction but rather possible-science. These results have given rise to many publications, all restricted in their respective specialty. The attempt here is to gather all the matter and try to question about the global future involvement of our destinies. In that way it could be, to my knowledge, the only referenceThis book is an English, improved and up-dated version of a previous French version (the title is "L'Homme survivra-t-il à la Science?"), already published (2013) by Edilivre (France). A dedicated Internet site can be found at: www. singulariteavenir. frThis book refers to a w

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The Transplant Men
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An investigation within an investigation, this richly imagined tale follows an organ recipient, Guy Hawthorne, and the person who performed his heart transplant. The mystery opens with an unexplained violent death and a video tape left with the body, leading to a story of modern medicine and the psychological twists that lie at the heart of celebrity and obsession. Infused with the halfway modern spirit of South Africa in the 1960s, this poetic and haunting thriller captures the tensions of the times, weaving together fiction and fact in a gripping storyline.

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Mama Gena's Owner's and Operator's Guide to Men
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"Diva of Desire" Regena Thomashauer (a.k.a. Mama Gena) is back with a saucy, provocative, absolutely essential guide to getting the relationship you want. Have you ever felt that finding a man, falling in love, and living a joyous, adventurous, fulfilling life with him is completely out of your control? Is it possible to find a man who will be a friend and an equal, but who will also gratify your desires? If you're already in a relationship, how can you get him to become the true man of your dreams? Never fear, Mama Gena is here with practical tools for a relationship that starts out good and only gets better. In Mama Gena's Owner's and Operator's Guide to Men, celebrated relationship expert Regena Thomashauer offers essential strategies for finding a man, getting him to help you make the life you want, having a great sex life, and dealing with resistance along the way. Mama trains you to be an expert man-trainer, so you can take the lead and get what you both want: a great relationship.

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The Leading Man
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After finally finding herself free from a painful marriage, Gabby Kappa is starting to get her life back in order. She has a good job and a weekend catering gig. All of her free time is devoted to her daughter, Vivie. When Gabby's sister invites her for a weekend getaway to New York, the last thing she expects to do is to meet her teen celebrity crush, Ben McNaughton. Surprisingly enough, Ben is very down to earth and even has some Minnesota roots near Gabby's home town. The friendship is instantaneous and comfortable which is exactly what both of them are needing. There is a spark of attraction between them but they both have their reasons not to pursue it. Will Gabby's secret past get in the way of a possible romance? Will Ben's celebrity status prevent them from a happily ever after?

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The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man
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James Weldon Johnson's The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man is the fictional account of the life of a young American man in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. With his bi-racial heritage, the Ex-Colored Man is faced with the choice of embracing his black culture and its ragtime music, or passing as a white man and living a mediocre middle-class existence. While not actually an autobiography, Johnson based the book on his own life and the lives of people he knew.

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Among the Leaves: Queer Male Poets on the Midwestern Experience
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In Among the Leaves, 18 queer male poets share stories what it means to live in the Midwest. We learn what it's like for them to play football and come up short. We feel their lingering effects of bullying. We experience the undeniable power of seasons affecting their moods as they ache for a meaningful connection. We learn what it means to celebrate in spite of the odds against them. But more than anything, we discover anew through their poems the redemptive power of love and renewal among the leaves growing and falling."The poetry in Among the Leaves crackles to life across plains both arid and wintry, from first crushes on grain-fed jock boys to fathers brandishing Bibles, guns, and catcher's mitts. The Midwest is brought into sharp focus by a group of top-notch poets unafraid to explode the myth of the American heartland and expose the gritty, hard-scrabble realities of growing up gay there. I can't remember an anthology so full of varied voices and styles that so deftly defines a region." - Collin Kelley, author of Render and Slow to Burn

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Men: What They Do, What They Think, and Why...
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A career-spanning anthology from the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller, Lifeboat No. 8.Robert De Niro. Kobe Bryant. Sylvester Stallone. Ted Kennedy. Mike Tyson. Anthony Hopkins. Over the past quarter century, no woman has profiled a wider variety of contemporary male celebrities than Elizabeth Kaye, one of the foremost non-fiction writers of our time. Packed with more than twenty classic profiles, Men: What They Do, What They Think, and Why… reveals Kaye's remarkable ability to establish rapport with her subjects, to enter their hearts and minds, and to write about them with a vividness, lyricism and economy second to none. This career retrospective also contains riveting commentary and insights from the author that take you behind the scenes, exposing the intense yet delicate reporting process and the way many of her famous (and infamous) subjects reacted to her work. Praise FOR Elizabeth KAYE"What makes her special is that, as a reporter, she is at once sympathetic and tough-minded. She works tirelessly to bring to light the humanity of whomever she writes about. Elizabeth Kaye is fair. Sentence by sentence she forms a portrait that rises well above the fleeting impressions we get from other celebrity watchers these days."-Lee Eisenberg, formerly Editor-in-Chief of Esquire"Elizabeth Kaye is a wonderful writer-as a reporter she's like a bulldog-she grabs onto you and doesn't let go until she figures out everything about you."-Sylvester Stallone"Preternatually gifted…Kaye's Didionesque prose has such shine and inventiveness, her observations are so wry and witty and poignant…"-Joanne Kaufman, reviewing Kaye's memoir Mid-Life: Notes from the Halfway MarkABOUT THE AUTHORFor fifteen years, Elizabeth Kaye was a Contributing Editor to Esquire. Her work has appeared in countless publications ranging from Playboy to Vogue and the New York Times. She is the author of five books, including the Byliner e-books Sleeping with Famous Men and Lifeboat No. 8: An Untold

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The Worth of a Man
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In Western culture, a man's worth so often hinges on his performance, career, and success. For best-selling author Dave Dravecky, worth was once defined by his career as an all-star pitcher in the Major Leagues-until he lost his arm to cancer. In this inspirational book, Dravecky speaks from a place of first-hand, personal experience with loss and setbacks. Examining the traditional benchmarks men so often define themselves by, including jobs, successes, setbacks, friendships, and families, Dravecky navigates a new path to self-worth based on Christian teaching faith-and compelling personal experience.

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Abbott Lillo the Little Shepherd Boy
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It is 1943 in Sicily. The pension from America has stopped, the countryside is not producing food, and winter will soon be upon the Sicilians. Salvatore Campo is a desperate man. With five children and a wife to support, he resorts to stealing grain-a crime that eventually lands him in jail. As sorrow and despair falls on Salvatore's family, his wife prays for a miracle. As time goes on, she begins to realize that her only hope for overcoming starvation lies within her eight-year-old son, Lillo. Three years later as little Lillo is sent away to work on a country farm to help his family, his only possessions are an extra shirt and pair of pants. With a fear bigger than himself, Lillo embarks on an unforgettable coming-of-age journey that opens his eyes to the world around him and forces him to face all the challenges that accompany his new destiny as a sheepherder. From sleeping on the cold floor to assuming responsibility for over seventy sheep, little Lillo grows up quickly while learning how to travel alone, live without his family, and most importantly, become a man. In this autobiographical novel, a Sicilian boy must rely on his inner-strength and perseverance as he helps his family survive starvation after World War II and walks into a new future.

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Learning to Love Him
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Corey Harrison has always been an incredibly strong young werewolf. He's good looking, friendly, talented and one of the most important future leaders of his pack of werewolves. Another thing Corey has always been is straight. Jayden Danfort has been through hell most of his young life, but he still has hopes that finding his mate - a soulmate gifted to a werewolf by the moon Gods - would be what made everything okay. That is until he actually finds his mate. It seems Jayden could not have been more wrong about how perfect mates are when it turns out that Corey cannot even stand the sight of him. Corey is determined to fix this mistake made by Gods, but will he be able to do that without killing Jayden on the way?

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The Small Finger of Him
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life poetrya prayergenuine thoughtsa pilgrimagenaturebuddhistkrishnafarmerssoldierspatriotslay manmoodsspiritualtrancendentaloptimisticinspirational

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A Man and His Words
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Robert Boyer was a consummate Canadian, whose long career can be measured by words. An author, journalist, researcher, editor, printer, and public speaker, Boyer's professional life began at the age of 19 when he became a newspaper editor, and continued through the publication of his twelfth book at the age of 88. He was also a church organist, a member of the Ontario Legislature for seventeen years, and the first vice-chairman of Ontario Hydro.A Canadian Shield Book Published by Dundurn in partnership with Canadian Shield Communications Corporation.

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The Kingdom of Heaven is Among Men!
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The Kingdom of Heaven is Among Men!

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The Man Who Ate His Boots
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Dozens of missions set out for the Arctic during the first half of the nineteenth century; all ended in failure and many in disaster, as men found themselves starving to death in the freezing wilderness, sometimes with nothing left to eat but their companions' remains. Anthony Brandt traces the complete history of this noble and foolhardy obsession, which originated during the sixteenth century, bringing vividly to life this record of courage and incompetence, privation and endurance, heroics and tragedy. Along the way he introduces us to an expansive cast of fascination characters: seamen and landlubbers, scientists and politicians, sceptics and tireless believers. The Man Who Ate His Boots is a rich and engaging work of narrative history - a multifaceted portrait of noble adventure and of imperialistic folly.

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Men Behind Bars
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"Barry" is a seventeen-year-old single white male. He has blond hair and blue eyes, weighs 150 pounds, and is five feet eleven inches tall. He was arrested in California at age sixteen for assault and robbery. Because he was underage he was initially segregated in a one-man cell while in county jail. Then, upon admission to a state prison recep- tion and classification facility, he was housed in a special dormitory for young, inexperienced inmates who would be at risk within the general population. Upon completion of his screening Barry's counselor recommended that he be sent to a penal institution reserved for the younger, more violence-prone, and hard- core inmates. Barry said that he felt he would have "prob- lems" at the recommended facility, but his counselor replied, "You won't have any problems." Once he arrived, Barry was double-celled with a nineteen-year-old inmate who beat and anally raped him during his first night in the admission unit. Barry's cellmate continued to assault him sexually during the two weeks they were housed together.

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The Man of the Desert
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Missionary John Brownleigh finds Hazel Winship unconscious in the desert and returns her to her family. But on the way, she overhears a conversation that changes her life forever.

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Men's Konkatsu Tales
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A graded reader for learners of English (Efl) Level 2 A1/a2 Starter (2) Word count: 3276 Konkatsu is a Japanese word. It means searching for a husband/wife. There are eight true stories in this book. Eight Japanese men talk about their experiences when dating and searching for a wife in Japan. Some men in the book find a wife. Some men don't find a wife. Some of the stories are funny, and some have happy endings! We hope you enjoy reading these true stories from our male friends in Japan!

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Let No Man Take Your Crown
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This book, Let No Man Take Your Crown shows the importance of obeying the King's call, as typified by king Ahasuerus, when calling for Queen Vashti to present herself to him. Vashti lost her crown and clout when she refused to come to her husband, king Ahasuerus. All Believers in Christ, male or female are called to be the Lord's Church-bride. The King of kings and Lord of lords seeks such a virtuous bride to entrust with His power and glory. Those who present themselves to Him as Esther, and seek His heart as David, shall wear an eternal crown of glory and righteousness that can never fade away, be lost, or taken. The book of Esther describes and outlines the attributes of a godly woman who gains both the attention and authority of the king, while contrasting the defiant attitude of an ungodly woman, as seen in queen Vashti. However, Esther is an example of a godly woman, who comes with a meek and quiet spirit when she is called, and therefore gains all.

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Ladies Man - Wenn du mich loslässt
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Sei Gina von ihrer ersten groBen Liebe verletzt wurde, will sie nie wieder will einem Mann vertrauen. Nur ihr bester Freund Tahoe Roth schafft es, hinter ihre Fassade zu blicken. Sich aber tiefer auf Tahoe einzulassen wäre falsch. Sehr falsch. Denn der attraktive Milliardär ist ein Herzensbrecher wie er im Buche steht. Und doch existiert in beiden eine Leere, die nur der andere zu füllen vermag - auch wenn der Verstand sie warnt.

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Between Men
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Lambda Literary Award-winning editor Richard Canning brings together all new work by Edmund White, Dale Peck, James McCourt, Andrew Holleran, and others.

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Fatherhood for Gay Men
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Get the inside story on a single gay man's struggle to adopt! Fatherhood for Gay Men: An Emotional and Practical Guide to Becoming a Gay Dad is the story of one man's journey down the road less traveled-a single gay man adopting and raising his two sons. Author Kevin McGarry recounts his passage into parenthood after years of having his natural fathering instincts stifled by the limits-real and perceived-of being gay. This unique book details the emotional, financial, practical, and social realities of the adoption process for gay men. From the author: "We take risks by coming out of the closet as gay men and at the end of the day, we are emotionally happier because we took those risks. By coming out, we are being true to who we are. The same goes for anyone, gay or straight, who has gut instincts for parenthood. I knew over the years that I had parenting instincts because I had this incredible envy of other dads. I would watch them with their kids and wish that somehow, I could have that role. It was painful at times because being gay, I didn't think parenting was in my life plan. Had more role models been available to me, the process would have been a little less difficult." Much more than a how-to guide to adoption, Fatherhood for Gay Men is the personal account of a single gay man's struggle to become a father despite the real and imagined limitations of being a gay man. The book looks at the adoption process (domestic and international) from the inside, providing unique insight into: conducting a homestudy costs (fees and expenses) what countries allow men to adopt alternatives to adoption life as a new parent online resources and a state-by-state review of adoption laws, categorized by Completely Legal, Favorable Climate, Mixed Success, and Illegal The book also includes results of the 2000 study by Gillian Dunne, senior researcher for the London School of Economics Gender Institute, of 100 gay fathers and fathers-to-be. Fatherhood for Gay M

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A Man With Doubts
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In from the cold. Tracey White had once been an actress, but in Scott Kingsly, her new employer, she found the first man ever to kindle in her the fires she had always pretended to feel. Slowly they learned to trust, to share a passion and an intimacy she had dreamed of but never found, creating between them a blaze strong enough to melt the Colorado snows and keep out the winter's chill.

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Danny Boy for Guitar - Pure Sheet Music By Lars Christian Lundholm
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This hauntingly beautiful ballad along with Whiskey In The Jar belong to the most popular among the Irish folk songs and is one of the most recorded ever. The words for Danny Boy were written by English songwriter Frederic Weatherly to the Irish tune of the Londonderry Air in 1910. It is often used at funerals, considered the anthem of Irish Americans and Irish Canadians and was used to represent Northern Ireland at the start of the London 2012 Olympics. It is famously recorded by among others Eva Cassidy, Elvis Presley, Bing Crosby, Andy Williams, Harry Connick Jr, Judy Garland, Danny Kaye, Jerry Lee Lewis, Eric Clapton, Mario Lanza, Tony Bennett and Aaron Neville. The Beatles performed the first line at the end of One After 909 during the Apple Rooftop Performance on 30 Jan. 1969. In popular culture it has been featured in films, on TV and in video games among other places, The Proposition, Memphis Belle, Futurama, The Muppet Show, Tiny Toon Adventures, Goodfellas, The Simpso.

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Boy Scout Handbook, The First Edition, 1911
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This edition features illustrations Contents Boy Scout Certificate Preface Officers and Members of the National Council Chapter I. Scoutcraft AIM OF Scout Movement John L. Alexander What Scouting Means John L. Alexander Scout Virtues John L. Alexander THE BOY Scout Organization Special Committee Scout Oath Special Committee Scout LAW Special Committee Tenderfoot, Second Class, AND First Class Scout Requirements Special Committee Badges, Awards AND Equipment Special Committee Knots Every Scout Should Know. Samuel A. Moffat Chapter II. Woodcraft Woodlore Ernest Thompson Seton Birdcraft National Association Audubon Societies Shells AND Shellfish Dr. Wm. Healey Dall Reptiles Dr. Leonhard Stejneger Insects AND Butterflies United States Bureau of Entomology Fishes AND Angling Dr. Hugh M. Smith Aquarium Dr. Wm. Leland Stowell Rocks AND Pebbles United States Geological Survey Flowers, Ferns AND Grasses Dr. L.c. Corbett Mushrooms, Fungi OR Toadstools Ernest Thompson Seton Common North American Trees Ernest Thompson Seton Native Wild Animals Ernest Thompson Seton Chapter Iii. Campcraft Hiking AND Over-Night Camps H.w. Gibson Tent Making Made Easy H.j. Holden AN Open Outing Tent Warren H. Miller Canoeing, Rowing, AND Sailing Special Committee Chapter IV. Tracks, Trailing, and Signaling Ernest Thompson Seton Chapter V. Health and Endurance George J. Fisher, M.d. Chapter VI. Chivalry John L. Alexander Chapter Vii. First Aid and Life Saving Major Charles Lynch Water Accidents Wilbert E. Longfellow Chapter Viii. Games and Athletic Standards Indoor AND Outdoor Games Ernest Thompson Seton Athletic Standards Special Committee Chapter IX. Patriotism and Citizenship Waldo H. Sherman Practical Citizenship Col. Theodore Roosevelt Appendix. Equipment

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