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The Seeing Eye Man

Author : Monty Page
ISBN : 1463495196
Genre : Fiction
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When a medical implant manufacturer discovers a problem with a certain metal formula last used several years ago, those in command think their only recourse is to abduct the last remaining host. But little did they know that Neville Ingle, a middle management shop worker, was no longer that normal person theyd been watching and stalking. Nevilles newfound capabilities from the deteriorating plates in his head give him powers supernatural heroes only dream of. With only the lights from the Suburban now on, Bob could detect a blue glow around the choppers skin and landing skid as it got within a few yards of Neville. In horror he watched a blue spark jump the remaining distance to his dad, knocking him to his knees as he took the charge full force. Bob shouted, Dad!, but it was drowned out by the noise of the chopper. Then he saw his dad turn his face upward toward the chopper hovering overhead, raise his arms toward it then absorb another ball of blue fire. This discharge lasted longer, dimming the panel lights of the bird then the ever-flashing strobe at the nose. With one last pull Neville sucked all the power from the machine. Follow along with Neville Ingle on his whirlwind ride of sex, violence and adventure in The Seeing Eye Man. Find out how an accident in his youth lands him in the middle of an intrigue that delivers him into the innermost regions of the US Government.

The Seeing Eye

Author : Steve Swanbeck
ISBN : 0738510122
Genre : History
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The Seeing Eye traces its origin to the trenches and battlefields of World War I, where legions of soldiers were blinded during years of brutal engagements. After the war, Germany trained dogs to guide its blinded veterans. In the late 1920s, a small group of innovators took it upon themselves to teach blind and visually impaired people in North America to use dog guides. The Seeing Eye has since helped thousands to achieve greater independence, dignity, and self-confidence, using specially trained Seeing Eye dogs as their companions.Using rare photographs and documents, The Seeing Eye details this remarkable organization and its pioneers, including German shepherd breeder and Seeing Eye founder Dorothy Harrison Eustis; Morris Frank, the first visually impaired American to learn to use a Seeing Eye dog; and Frank's own dog, Buddy. The story follows the first students as they navigate the busy streets of Nashville, Tennessee, in 1929, and Morris County, New Jersey, where the fledgling organization moved in 1931 and where it continues to operate today. The Seeing Eye documents the campuses and the students, as well as the faithful dogs, their care, and their training. The reader will meet the dedicated employees and volunteers who have made the organization possible, as well as the graduates who have gone on to lead successful and fulfilling lives.

Freedom Found

Author : Joseph Dean Klatt PhD
ISBN : 9781481760416
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Tells of one man's struggle in his search for independence, for the freedom to be all that he could be, to reach the unreachable star, [ultimately] achieving independence with dignity with each of his 7 Seeing Eye dogs ... The reader will also meet Morris Frank, one of the founders of The Seeing Eye, Inc. and the Seeing Eye trainers, all of whom demonstrate the highest professional excellence and do so with elan and good humor"--Dust jacket flap.

On The Forward Edge

Author : Robert D. Loevy
ISBN : 0761833277
Genre : History
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On The Forward Edge is an American Government text-novel. It teaches the basic principles of American Government through the medium of a novelistic account of young people working for change at the time of the civil rights movement of the 1960s. Clark Schooler, a recent college graduate, begins his newspaper career by reporting on the sit-in demonstrations of the early civil rights movement. He covers the efforts of college students to use direct-action and protests to force the racial integration of a movie theater in Baltimore. His editor then sends him to the all-white University of Mississippi to witness and write about the campus riot that takes place when a black student, James Meredith, attempts to attend the University. After covering the 1963 March on Washington, Clark is given a journalistic internship in the Capitol Hill office of United States Senator Thomas H. Kuchel of California. Senator Kuchel is one of the floor leaders for the civil rights bill that will eventually be enacted as the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In his capacity as a Senate aide, Clark observes first hand the inner workings of Congress, particularly the way in which senators supporting racial segregation are using the Senate filibuster to "talk to death" the civil rights bill. Clark works with Senator Kuchel to find 67 votes to "cloture" the civil rights bill and thereby end the filibuster. Clark meets Bonnie Kanecton, a young lawyer working for Senator Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois. Bonnie shows Clark how, through carefully crafted legislative compromises, Senator Dirksen is able to fashion a final version of the bill capable of winning 67 votes for cloture. But the battle is not over until the Supreme Court, in the late fall of 1964, upholds the constitutionality of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Questions For The Movie Answer Man

Author : Roger Ebert
ISBN : 0836228944
Genre : Performing Arts
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Describes how movies are made, marketed, and shown, and answers questions about specific films

Selected Works Of Mark Twain

Author : Mark Twain
ISBN : PKEY:SMP2300000064025
Genre : Fiction
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Selected works of Mark Twain from the series "Best of the Best" is the book that everyone should read to understand themselves and each other. The authors and works for this book series were selected, as a result of numerous studies, analysis of the texts over the past 100 years and the demand for readers. It must be read in order to understand the world around us, its history, to recognize the heroes, to understand the winged expressions and jokes that come from these literary works. Reading these books will mean the discovery of a world of self-development and self-expression for each person. These books have been around for decades, and sometimes centuries, for the time they recreate, the values they teach, the point of view, or simply the beauty of words. This volume of the Best of the Best series includes famous works 1. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 2. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 3. The Prince and the Pauper 4. The Innocents Abroad 5. Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc 6. Life On The Mississippi 7. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court 8. The Mysterious Stranger and Other Stories 9. What Is Man? And Other Stories 10. How Tell a Story and Others 11. Christian Science

Church Dogmatics

Author : Karl Barth
ISBN : 0567090329
Genre : Religion
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Described by Pope Pius XII as the most important theologian since Thomas Aquinas, the Swiss pastor and theologian, Karl Barth, continues to be a major influence on students, scholars and preachers today. Barth's theology found its expression mainly through his closely reasoned fourteen-part magnum opus, Die Kirchliche Dogmatik. Having taken over 30 years to write, the Church Dogmatics is regarded as one of the most important theological works of all time, and represents the pinnacle of Barth's achievement as a theologian.

The Rotarian

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Established in 1911, The Rotarian is the official magazine of Rotary International and is circulated worldwide. Each issue contains feature articles, columns, and departments about, or of interest to, Rotarians. Seventeen Nobel Prize winners and 19 Pulitzer Prize winners – from Mahatma Ghandi to Kurt Vonnegut Jr. – have written for the magazine.

Hearings

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Veterans' Affairs
ISBN : UOM:39015011298216
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Church Dogmatics Study Edition 15

Author : Karl Barth
ISBN : 9780567261984
Genre : Religion
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The most important theological work of the 20th century in a new edition - now available in individual volumes.

Skits That Teach

Author : Eddie James
ISBN : 9780310854968
Genre : Religion
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I’ve watched the Skit Guys for more than 10 years; Eddie and Tommy are storytellers. They were telling stories before storytelling was all the rage. In their latest book, the Skit Guys let us peek inside their incredibly creative minds.”-Allen Jackson, New Orleans Seminary“When it comes to skits, the Skit Guys have the corner market on the good stuff. They are engaging, thought provoking and hilarious without being cheesy or cliché. Their unique style is clean, clever, clear, and ... funny! You can’t go wrong with these two.” -Darren Whitehead, Director of Next Gen Ministries, Willow Creek Community Church“I’ve been in student ministry for over 30 years, and the Skit Guys are pretty much the greatest skit guys ever. Here’s another resource from the chimerical minds of Eddie and Tommy that will help us youth workers in the trenches. This book will aid you greatly in your continuous pursuit of excellence in the world of drama. In other words, buy this freaking book!”-Bob Johns, First Woodway, Waco, Texas (the guy that gave them their first gig)35 CHEESE-FREE SKITSIf you’re looking for fun and creative ways to involve your students in learning, you can stop looking. Skits That Teach provides you and your students everything you need to act out funny and compelling skits with total confidence.Search by topic or by group size to find the perfect comedic or dramatic sketch to help illustrate a point or just start a dialogue. The Skit Guys, Eddie James and Tommy Woodard, have tested these skits on teenagers around the country, and they’ve brought together some of the best for this great resource. Plus they give you everything you need for each skit—overview, characters, location, Scripture reference, props, direction pointers, and a complete script.The Skit Guys avoid the cheesy dialogues and scenes typically found in Christian dramas and instead bring fun characters, witty scripts, and entertaining situations to their skits, all categorized by:• Skits for Idiots (it would take an idiot not to be able to do them right!)• Monologues• Duets/Ensembles• Comedy• Drama• Scripture ReadingsTHE SKIT GUYS are Eddie James and Tommy Woodard, two high school friends who love to communicate God’s Word in dynamic and captivating ways through the use of drama, teaching, and comedy. They’ve been involved in various ministries and impacting lives for more than a decade. The duo has written numerous dramas, plays, and humorous skits that cover a wide variety of topics.They’re the authors of Instant Skits along with their own Skit Guys resources. Eddie James has coauthored four volumes of the Videos That Teach series with Doug Fields.

Automobiles For Certain Disabled Veterans

Author : United States. Congress. House. Veterans' Affairs Committee
ISBN : STANFORD:36105110733362
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Seeing God Through The Eyes Of A Dog Trainer

Author : Rick Stem
ISBN : 9781600341533
Genre : Pets
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Rick Stem uniquely provides a view of God from the perspective of a Christian minister who also trains police K-9s and other dogs professionally. (Practical Life)

Saturdays At Ten

Author : Grace Toll
ISBN : 9781469115504
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The revelations of a holocaust survivor, a suburban housewifes infatuation with her art teacher, a mothers angst at witnessing her sons independence, a series of phone conversations that reveal the essence of friendship. Culled from their collected manuscripts over the last fifteen years, the Elkins Park Writers reveal their world in all its pain, ambiguity, beauty and humor through short stories, poetry and memoir. Wondering what it was like to grow up in post-war Brooklyn? Curious about how sisters cope with divorced parents? Ready to experience the back story of a night at the symphony? Read on.

Joan Of Arc

Author : Mark Twain
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Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Joan of Arc is an exciting and comprehensive account of the life of Joan of Arc written by Mark Twain. His last novel, Twain considered Joan of Arc one of his best and most important works.

The Complete Novels Of Mark Twain And The Complete Biography Of Mark Twain Complete Works Of Mark Twain Series The Complete Works Collection The Complete Works Of Mark Twain Book 1

Author : Mark Twain
ISBN : 9782377876662
Genre : Art
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CONTENTS: 1. The Gilded Age: A Tale Of Today 2. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 3. The Prince and the Pauper 4. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn 5. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court 6. The American Claimant 7. Tom Sawyer Abroad 8. Pudd'nhead Wilson 9. Tom Sawyer, Detective 10. Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc 11. A Horse's Tale 12. The Mysterious Stranger 13. A Double Barreled Detective Story (BONUS)

Personal Recollections Of Joan Of Arc ? Volume 1

Author : Mark Twain
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Genre : Fiction
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The present novel 'Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc — Volume 1' was written by the famous English author Mark Twain. This novel recounts the life of Joan of Arc. It was first published in the year 1896.

The Great Propitiation; Or Christ S Satisfaction And Man S Justification By It Upon His Faith; That Is Belief Of And Obedience To The Gospel Reprinted From The Second Edition 1672

Author : Joseph TRUMAN (B.D.)
ISBN : BL:A0020280124
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Personal Recollections Of Joan Of Arc

Author : Mark Twain
ISBN : 9791259715838
Genre : Fiction
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Twain's last completed novel, published when he was 61 years old, recounts the life of Joan of Arc through a fictional character (invented by Mark Twain) - The Sieur Louis de Conte. Joan of Arc, at the age of seventeen, fights for French independence from the English in the 15th century under Charles VII.

Walker Evans

Author : Svetlana Alpers
ISBN : 9780691210896
Genre : Photography
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A magisterial study of celebrated photographer Walker Evans Walker Evans (1903–75) was a great American artist photographing people and places in the United States in unforgettable ways. He is known for his work for the Farm Security Administration, addressing the Great Depression, but what he actually saw was the diversity of people and the damage of the long Civil War. In Walker Evans, renowned art historian Svetlana Alpers explores how Evans made his distinctive photographs. Delving into a lavish selection of Evans’s work, Alpers uncovers rich parallels between his creative approach and those of numerous literary and cultural figures, locating Evans within the wide context of a truly international circle. Alpers demonstrates that Evans’s practice relied on his camera choices and willingness to edit multiple versions of a shot, as well as his keen eye and his distant straight-on view of visual objects. Illustrating the vital role of Evans’s dual love of text and images, Alpers places his writings in conversation with his photographs. She brings his techniques into dialogue with the work of a global cast of important artists—from Flaubert and Baudelaire to Elizabeth Bishop and William Faulkner—underscoring how Evans’s travels abroad in such places as France and Cuba, along with his expansive literary and artistic tastes, informed his quintessentially American photographic style. A magisterial account of a great twentieth-century artist, Walker Evans urges us to look anew at the act of seeing the world—to reconsider how Evans saw his subjects, how he saw his photographs, and how we can see his images as if for the first time.

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