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The Passenger From Scotland Yard

Author : H. Freeman Wood
ISBN : UOM:39015063976339
Genre : Police
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The Passenger

Author : Patrick A. Davis
ISBN : 0399144919
Genre : Fiction
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Assigned to the Pentagon after being injured in action in the Middle East, Colonel John Quinn is called in to investigate the crash of a military Learjet carrying the president's brother and discovers that too many people have a stake in the outcome of his probe. By the author of The General. 40,000 first printing.

The Passenger

Author : Martha Rose Warner
ISBN : 9781493180035
Genre : Fiction
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Follow Kathleen Roush as she drives across the country, revisiting landmarks of her past and exploring how she arrived at this unsatisfied point in her life. Her adventure begins in Florida where she and her husband, Drummond, attend the college graduation of their twin children. Unwilling to remain a bridled passenger all the way back to Denver, she convinces her impatient husband to fly, allowing her to drive alone and encounter adventures that prove well beyond even her imagination. Her solo trip helps Kathleen examine who she is and determines what changes need to occur to enhance her happiness in the next chapter of her life.

The Passenger

Author : Joie Lesin
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The musky scent of skin, a brush on the shoulder, a gust of bitter air. Warnings for Elizabeth that a spirit will soon seek her help to pass from this world to the next. Blessed (or cursed) with the ability to offer assistance, Elizabeth Reilly travels to the Clemente Vineyard to help the spirit of an old man find peace where his heart remains. There, a living man's wounded soul offers her the challenge of a lifetime.

The Passenger

Author : Laurie Duggan
ISBN : 9781458761040
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The Passenger is a collection of poems that shows Duggan's continued interest in place and a marked tendency to memorialise; that is, a continued interest in ways of rendering the world and the world of experience as both present and as fragile. 'One of the most versatile, politically aware and entertaining poets in Australia. 'the ALS Gold Medal Judges' Report 'Duggan's technical and emotional range, his grasp of history and ability to let the record stand - all take on a richness and freshness rare in local poetry.'

The Passenger

Author : Richard Froude
ISBN : 9781908011381
Genre : Poetry
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Native Bristolian now living in Colorado, Richard Froude is The Passenger, serving up a unique collection of writings that navigates both duelling states and hybrid forms. This poetic map charts the space between continents, where tectonic shifting plates transliterate a new amalgamated psychic zone between the root and newly adopted margins. Froude's new/old world is peopled with dislocated figures in some absurd geo-spiritual collage. Following from his recently published Fabric, Froude continues to explore peculiar immigrant pathology on a journey that likely has no end. The Passenger is a two-part work, previously published as The Margaret Thatcher Trilogy (Catfish Press) and The History of Zero (Candle Aria Press). Of the former, Robb St. Lawrence wrote tellingly in Phoebe Literary Journal: "Froude's management of repeating themes, fugue-like in their harmonization, is powerful and suggestive. He extracts the certainties of voice from the declaratives he deploys and ultimately turns that certainty against itself. Froude's collection reads as the utterances of a speaker who dwells always in the midst of the words to which he is giving voice, head turning one way and then another, startled to catch them wavering as they float by, but utterly convinced of the seriousness of his operation."

The Passenger

Author : Samantha Robson
ISBN : 9781847997876
Genre : Poetry
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The third release from British Author Samantha Eliza Robson. A personal collection of emotional poetry, art and photography. Full of unforgettable phrases and beautifully worded, The Passenger is a MUST for people who appreciate true talent.

The Passenger

Author : Christian Perrissin
ISBN : 9781594654534
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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A contemporary "Heart of Darkness" recounting one woman's globe-spanning adventures in search of a long-lost brother.

The Passenger

Author : Francis Durbridge
ISBN : 9781447215097
Genre : Fiction
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David Walker, a toy manufacturer, usually made it a rule not to give lifts to stray young women. And on this occasion, with his business preoccupations and anxieties about his wife, most hitch-hikers would have forgiven him for passing them by. But this one was an extremely pretty girl in her early twenties, wearing a set of fairly new jeans and with a cheeky cap on her head; there was something innocent and appealing about her. Her face fell as she saw that he intended to ignore her signals and as he gathered speed he was left with the impression of an almost despairing disappointment. He relented at once. It was the biggest mistake of his life. When she disappears, David is caught in a sudden storm of intrigue and confusion; the picture may have been blurred, but the frame was set. And somewhere in the picture are blackmail, big money, and murder. Detective Inspector Martin Denson has only the faintest of outlines from which to discover the truth. And he has less time to do it in that he thought.

The Passenger Has Gone Digital And Mobile

Author : Professor Nawal K Taneja
ISBN : 9781409486800
Genre : Transportation
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Nawal K. Taneja explores and explains the game-changing opportunities presented to the industry by new-generation information and technology. He shows how information and technology can now drive, not just enable, an airline's strategy to become truly customer-centric at a personalized level, while at the same time enabling the operator to reduce costs, enhance revenues, reduce risks and become much more flexible and agile by better managing complexity.

The Passenger Train In The Motor Age

Author : Gregory Lee Thompson
ISBN : 9780814206096
Genre : Buses
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"In his insightful study, Gregory L. Thompson examines the demise of passenger trains and the rise of buses in California and demonstrates that railroad management's shortsighted response to the growing use of automobiles contributed to its own decline." "After peaking about 1910, the use of intercity passenger trains rapidly gave way to the onslaught of the automobile. For the next three decades, railroad managers tried, but failed, to adapt the passenger train to the new competition. Although previous studies have suggested that regulation and a conspiracy between rail and bus management played a significant role in the decline of the industry, Thompson reaches a different conclusion. Focusing on the California operations of two major railroads and the largest intercity bus company in the United States, he demonstrates that railroad management failed to accurately assess the demand for its service and the costs of providing it. According to Thompson, railroad management's faulty planning and its misleading accounting system eventually did the passenger train in, while superior corporate planning within bus companies led to their success." "Based on previously unseen data, The Passenger Train in the Motor Age offers an illuminating portrait of a critical time in railroad history."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

The Passenger Pigeon

Author : Errol Fuller
ISBN : 9781400852208
Genre : Nature
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A haunting, beautifully illustrated memorial to this iconic extinct bird At the start of the nineteenth century, Passenger Pigeons were perhaps the most abundant birds on the planet, numbering literally in the billions. The flocks were so large and so dense that they blackened the skies, even blotting out the sun for days at a stretch. Yet by the end of the century, the most common bird in North America had vanished from the wild. In 1914, the last known representative of her species, Martha, died in a cage at the Cincinnati Zoo. This stunningly illustrated book tells the astonishing story of North America's Passenger Pigeon, a bird species that—like the Tyrannosaur, the Mammoth, and the Dodo—has become one of the great icons of extinction. Errol Fuller describes how these fast, agile, and handsomely plumaged birds were immortalized by the ornithologist and painter John James Audubon, and captured the imagination of writers such as James Fenimore Cooper, Henry David Thoreau, and Mark Twain. He shows how widespread deforestation, the demand for cheap and plentiful pigeon meat, and the indiscriminate killing of Passenger Pigeons for sport led to their catastrophic decline. Fuller provides an evocative memorial to a bird species that was once so important to the ecology of North America, and reminds us of just how fragile the natural world can be. Published in the centennial year of Martha’s death, The Passenger Pigeon features rare archival images as well as haunting photos of live birds.

The Passenger Other Adventures

Author : Steve Bowkett
ISBN : 9781855396852
Genre : Education
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The Double Dare Gang books 'The Allotment Ghost' and 'The Frankenstein Steps' are an integral part of StoryMaker. Extracts and examples from these books are used in the StoryMaker manual to exemplify many of the accelerated learning techniques. The Passenger & Other Adventures is the third book in the series. 'Dare to do it and do your best. Have fun but hurt no-one.' This is the code of conduct of the Double Dare Gang - Nige, Brian, Steve, Anna, Anthony, Kevin and Neil - a group of ordinary kids from an ordinary town, who have the most wonderful adventures. How can the DDG stop Stonehead Henderson and his cronies from stealing a treasured possession? What is the secret of the Black Beast of Kenniston? How does an imaginary friend help Brian to solve his greatest problem? Why is Nigel obsessed with the shadowy figure of 'The Passenger'? Do you enjoy mystery, excitement and fun? Then come on in - if you dare!

The Passenger From Calais

Author : Arthur Griffiths
ISBN : 9781623959852
Genre : Fiction
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A Thrilling Railway Mystery Across Europe "The crossing from Dover to Calais had been rough; a drizzling rain fell all the time, and most of the passengers had remained below. Strange to say, they were few enough, as I saw on landing. It was a Sunday in late July, and there ought to have been a strong stream setting towards Central Europe. I hardly expected to find much room in the train; not that it mattered, for my place was booked through in the Lucerne sleeping-car of the Engadine express." — Arthur Griffiths, The Passenger from Calais In The Passenger from Calais by Arthur Griffiths, Colonel Basil Annesley discovers that he is the only passenger traveling on the Engadine Express. When a mysterious woman shows up last minute with a servant and an infant Colonel Basil can only wonder what she is running from and where she might be headed. This Xist Classics edition has been professionally formatted for e-readers with a linked table of contents. This eBook also contains a bonus book club leadership guide and discussion questions. We hope you’ll share this book with your friends, neighbors and colleagues and can’t wait to hear what you have to say about it.

The Passenger

Author : Chaney Kwak
ISBN : 1567926975
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In March 2019, the cruise ship Viking Sky was struck by a cyclone bomb in the Arctic Sea. Rocking by 50-foot swells and 40-knot gales, the ship's engines shut down as 1,373 trapped passengers were trapped far off the Norwegian coast--with no immediate chance of rescue. This is the suspenseful, harrowing, funny, touching story by one passenger who faced death aboard that ship. Chaney Kwak is a travel writer and not one of those people who love cruises. But when his boss asked him to take a cruise to see the Northern Lights, he couldn't say no. Shortly after that, onboard the ship, he was stuffing his passport into his briefs in case his body was recovered: he wanted his parents to know the body was their son. The storm that nearly sunk the Viking Sky off the notorious Hustadvika coast of western Norway was a major news story at the time. Knowing far less about the danger than people in the outside world, Mr. Kwak knew he was in deep trouble when he saw all the "thoughts and prayers" on Twitter. In prose that is immediately involving, the reader is taken along for an unforgettable and highly personal journey through one very dangerous cruise-- perfect for readers who love personal accounts of disasters and great storytelling.

Passenger Train Abandonment Hearings Before The Subcommittee On Transportation And Aeronautics 90 1 On H R 7004 H R 260 H R 519 H R 8939 April 25 29; May 8 1967

Author : United States. Congress. House. Interstate and Foreign Commerce
ISBN : STANFORD:36105045422628
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Strategic Marketing Approaches Within Airline Management How The Passenger Market Causes The Business Concepts Of Full Service Network Carriers Low Cost Carriers Regional Carriers And Leisure Carriers To Overlap

Author : Susanne Bölke
ISBN : 9783954892853
Genre : Business & Economics
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On the German passenger market, airlines approach different business concepts in order to cope with the threats and to be successful. The case of the Lufthansa Passenger Airline and its subsidiary Germanwings has been discussed many times currently. Together they have implemented a restructuredconcept of the Low Cost Carrier Germanwings in order to overcome their weaknesses. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the potential of economic success of this strategy change. Therefore, the papercomprises three main areas. The first one is the theoretical part, which explains the differences between Full Service Network Carriers, Low Cost Carriers, Regional Carriers and Leisure Carriers. Secondly, the analysis takes place by applying Porter’s five forces model. Subsequently, the strengths and weaknessesof the Lufthansa Passenger Airline and Germanwings are highlighted and the new business concept isintroduced. Finally, all findings are put into relation using the SWOT-analysis.

Passenger Train Abandonment

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Subcommittee on Transportation and Aeronautics
ISBN : LOC:00184237544
Genre : Railroads
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Coastal Passenger Liners Of The British Isles

Author : Nick Robins
ISBN : 9781848321120
Genre : Transportation
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At the beginning of the last century it was possible to sail from London to Glasgow via the south coast ports and Belfast, returning along the east coast from either Dundee or Leith for as little as five pounds. Those were the days when 300 passengers were landed twice weekly at Grangemouth or Dundee from the London boat, and the coastal passenger and cargo liner was in its heyday, catering both for the first class tourist as well as offering keenly priced second class fares for the like of football fans following away matches. Sadly, these wonderful steamer services are now largely forgotten but this new book will stir fond memories of the ships and their coastal voyages. The Depression of the 1930s, coupled with competition from both railway and the motor coach, were to spell the end for many of the coastal liners, while heavy losses incurred in World War II left only a few ships each offering just a handful of passenger berths. ?The story of their one hundred years of service is accompanied by numerous fascinating anecdotes, and the book focuses as much on the social need for coastal passenger services, the men and women who provided the services and the passengers who used them, as it does on the nuts and bolts of the ships themselves. This beautifully presented book will delight both ship enthusiasts and all those who enjoy the maritime and social history of the British Isles.

Passenger Conveyors

Author : J. M. Tough
ISBN : 0677653603
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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