Rising Tides

Rising Tides
Author: Nora Roberts
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 352
Release: 1998-08-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781101146095

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The second novel in #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts' stunning Chesapeake Bay Saga, where the Quinn brothers must return to their family home on the Maryland shore, to honor their father's last request... Ethan Quinn is a waterman. He wasn’t born to the tradition but has embraced it. He’s a quiet man whose heart runs as deep as the waters he loves. And now, with his father gone, Ethan is determined to make the family boatbuilding business a success. But amidst his achievements lie the most important challenges of his life… There’s a young boy who needs him, and a woman and child he loves but never believed he could have. To shape his life around them, Ethan must face his own dark past—and accept not only who he is but what he hopes to become. Don't miss the other books in the Chesapeake Bay Saga Sea Swept Inner Harbor Chesapeake Blue

The Good natured Feminist

The Good natured Feminist
Author: Catriona Sandilands
Publsiher: U of Minnesota Press
Total Pages: 244
Release: 1999
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 0816630968

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Heroic mothers defending home and hearth against a nature deformed by multinationalist corporate practice: this may be a compelling story, but it is not necessarily the source of valid feminist or ecological critique. What's missing is the democratic element, an insistence on bringing to public debate all the relations of gender and nature that such a view takes for granted. This book aims to situate a commitment to theory and politics -- that is, to democratic practice -- at the center of ecofeminism and, thus, to move toward an ecofeminism that is truly both feminist and ecological. The Good-Natured Feminist inaugurates a sustained conversation between ecofeminism and recent writings in feminist postmodernism and radical democracy. Starting with the assumption that ecofeminism is a body of democratic theory, the book tells how the movement originated in debates about "nature" in North American radical feminisms, how it then became entangled with identity politics, and how it now seeks to include nature in democratic conversation and, especially, to politicize relations between gender and nature in both theoretical and activist milieus.

A Rising Tide

A Rising Tide
Author: DL Acken,Emily Lycopolus
Publsiher: Appetite by Random House
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2021-04-27
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9780525610687

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AN INSTANT GLOBE & MAIL BESTSELLER! A beautiful journey through Canada’s Atlantic Coast—from the pastorals of Prince Edward Island to the wilds of Newfoundland—celebrating the region’s rich culinary community, and the innovative chefs and producers who make it. A Rising Tide is a love letter to the culinary renaissance of Canada’s Atlantic Coast written by DL Acken and Emily Lycopolus—both of whom grew up eating classic Atlantic Canadian dishes and spent months in the region exploring its burgeoning food scene. Whether you are discovering the East Coast’s countryside, seaside towns, or bustling cities, there is a thriving food scene, united by a revived culinary identity that celebrates the region’s terroir, and marries heritage with innovation. Enjoy more than 100 inventive recipes, many by beloved local chefs, and travel to meet the fishermen, producers, foragers, and restaurateurs who have come to define the region’s incredible cuisine. Celebrate local ingredients for each meal of the day no matter where you are thanks to the book’s ingredient substitutions guide. Featuring seasonal menus as well as gorgeous landscape and food photography throughout, A Rising Tide is a souvenir and a delicious roadmap to enjoy all of Atlantic Canada’s wonders.

Rising Tide

Rising Tide
Author: John M. Barry
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 528
Release: 2007-09-17
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9781416563327

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A New York Times Notable Book of the Year, winner of the Southern Book Critics Circle Award and the Lillian Smith Award. An American epic of science, politics, race, honor, high society, and the Mississippi River, Rising Tide tells the riveting and nearly forgotten story of the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927. The river inundated the homes of almost one million people, helped elect Huey Long governor and made Herbert Hoover president, drove hundreds of thousands of African Americans north, and transformed American society and politics forever. The flood brought with it a human storm: white and black collided, honor and money collided, regional and national powers collided. New Orleans’s elite used their power to divert the flood to those without political connections, power, or wealth, while causing Black sharecroppers to abandon their land to flee up north. The states were unprepared for this disaster and failed to support the Black community. The racial divides only widened when a white officer killed a Black man for refusing to return to work on levee repairs after a sleepless night of work. In the powerful prose of Rising Tide, John M. Barry removes any remaining veil that there had been equality in the South. This flood not only left millions of people ruined, but further emphasized the racial inequality that have continued even to this day.

Rising Tides

Rising Tides
Author: Taylor Anderson
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 496
Release: 2011-02-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781101475577

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“Taylor Anderson is one of the best at military science fiction as his plots combine cerebral thought-provoking issues within a great adventure tale; the alternate realm of the Destroyermen saga is worth the journey.”—Alternative Worlds Lieutenant Commander Matthew Reddy of USS Walker has found an unlikely ally in Commodore Jenks of the New Britain Imperial Navy. And now they are united in their desire to find a traitor who abducted the women they would die for: Reddy’s love, nurse Sandra Ticker, and young Princess Rebecca of the New British Empire. But when Reddy and Jenks report the situation to the New Britain Company, it soon becomes obvious that the ruthless Company is attempting to overthrow the Imperial throne—and that someone involved knows where Sandra and Rebecca are. And Reddy must navigate through a tempest of politics, deception, and betrayal if he is ever going to save the hostages and live to fight another day…

Rising Tides

Rising Tides
Author: Maria Rachel Hooley
Publsiher: Maria Rachel Hooley
Total Pages: 200
Release: 2015-01-02
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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Facing death is easy for Kelly Jamison because her heart is as broken as her body. Her life is a lie with a husband who cannot be trusted and too many broken dreams to count. Enter Tyler Adams, a man as comfortable with the world as he is with Kelly. He'll prove that life isn't numbered by days and love cannot be measured by years because when it comes down to it, we only remember the rise of the tides, not the fall.

Rising Tides

Rising Tides
Author: John R. Wennersten,Denise Robbins
Publsiher: Indiana University Press
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2017-06-12
Genre: Nature
ISBN: 9780253025920

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Global climate change and global refugee crises will soon become inextricably interlinked. A new tsunami of climate refugees flows across the earth. We are now at the moment of truth."Climate change is with us and we need to think about the next big disturbing idea the potentially disastrous consequences of massive numbers of environmental refugees at large on the planet. In 2020 the United Nations projects that we will have 50 million environmental refugees mostly from Africa, Asia, and Latin America. How will people be relocated and settled? Is it possible to offer environmental refugees temporary or permanent asylum? Will these refugees have any collective rights in the new areas they inhabit? And lastly, who will pay the costs of all the affected countries during the process of resettlement? Environmental refugees are a problem beyond the scope of a single country or agency."John R. Wennersten and Denise Robbins, from the book

Rising Tides

Rising Tides
Author: Nora Roberts
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 339
Release: 1998
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 051512317X

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Ethan Quinn must rise above his dark and painful past to find his one chance at happiness.

Rising Tides

Rising Tides
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2011
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9781257909254

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Rising Tides

Rising Tides
Author: Emilie Richards
Publsiher: MIRA
Total Pages: 400
Release: 2010-11-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1426874391

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Nine people have gathered for the reading of Aurore Gerritsen's will. Some are family, others are strangers. But all will have their futures changed forever when a lifetime of secrets is finally revealed. Aurore Gerritsen left clear instructions: her will is to be read over a four-day period at her summer cottage on a small Louisiana island. Those who don't stay will forfeit their inheritance. With the vast fortune of Gulf Coast Shipping at stake, no one will take that risk. Tensions rise as Aurore's lawyer dispenses small bequests, each designed to expose the matriarch's well-kept secrets. Longtime loyalties are jeopardized and shocking new alliances are formed as the family feels the sands of belief shifting beneath their feet. As a hurricane approaches and survival itself is threatened, the fourth day dawns and everyone waits for the final truth to be revealed.

Rising Tides

Rising Tides
Author: Liam Fox
Publsiher: Heron Books
Total Pages: 320
Release: 2013-09-12
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9781782067412

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New ideas, new interconnections, new problems. Liam Fox analyses crucial world issues. The world has changed more and faster than any of us could have imagined. While that may be accepted in terms of global business and financial markets, and to some degree the worldwide web, people including their political leaders may have been slower at grasping what these new interconnections mean for the way we operate in this new era. Liam Fox begins by questioning what decision-makers fear as the threats to world stability and peace, and draws on his own experience to illuminate world events, past and present. In conversation with those responsible for keeping the world afloat - such as Tony Blair, Condoleezza Rice, Malcolm Rifkind and Donald Rumsfeld - he examines both triumph and disaster and explains how to meet the challenge of the new global reality.

Deep Currents and Rising Tides

Deep Currents and Rising Tides
Author: John Garofano,Andrea J. Dew
Publsiher: Georgetown University Press
Total Pages: 352
Release: 2013-04-29
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9781589019676

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The Indian Ocean region has rapidly emerged as a hinge point in the changing global balance of power, and the geographic nexus of economic and security issues with vital global consequences. The security of energy supplies, persistent poverty and its contribution to political extremism, piracy and related threats to seaborne trade, competing nuclear powers, and possibly the scene of future clashes between rising great powers India and China—all are dangers in the waters or in the littoral states of the Indian Ocean region. This volume, one of the first attempts to treat the Indian Ocean Region in a coherent fashion, captures the spectrum of cooperation and competition in the Indian Ocean Region. Contributors discuss points of cooperation and competition in a region that stretches from East Africa, to Singapore, to Australia, and assess the regional interests of China, India, Pakistan, and the United States. Chapters review possible “red lines” for Chinese security in the region, India’s naval ambitions, Pakistan’s maritime security, and threats from non-state actors—terrorists, pirates, and criminal groups—who challenge security on the ocean for all states. This volume will interest academics, professionals, and researchers with interests in international relations, Asian security, and maritime studies.

Rising Tides Our Right to Write

Rising Tides  Our Right to Write
Author: Elaine White's Students
Publsiher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2022
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9780557589272

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Rising Tides Book 5 of the Irish End Games

Rising Tides  Book 5 of the Irish End Games
Author: Susan Kiernan-Lewis
Publsiher: Susan Kiernan-Lewis
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2022
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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Dialogues with Rising Tides

Dialogues with Rising Tides
Author: Kelli Russell Agodon
Publsiher: Copper Canyon Press
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2021-05-04
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 9781619322394

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In Kelli Russell Agodon’s fourth collection, each poem facilitates a humane and honest conversation with the forces that threaten to take us under. The anxieties and heartbreaks of life—including environmental collapse, cruel politics, and the persistent specter of suicide—are met with emotional vulnerability and darkly sparkling humor. Dialogues with Rising Tides does not answer, This or that? It passionately exclaims, And also! Even in the midst of great difficulty, radiant wonders are illuminated at every turn.