What Was I Thinking

What Was I Thinking
Author: Caspar McCloud,Linda Lange
Publsiher: Destiny Image Publishers
Total Pages: 333
Release: 2011-07-28
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9780768491029

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Think it through! Your thoughts mold your lifestyle and shape your mental, physical, relational, and emotional health. What shape are you in? What Was I Thinking? reveals marvelous links between the functions of the human brain, the Commandments of God, and your physical and emotional health. Presented in a reader-friendly discussion style, a strong case is made that people must choose whether to follow the path of stress (fear) or the path of faith. Understanding these links brings new insight to help you achieve healthier lifestyle results, including emotional and physical healing, freedom, and greater effectiveness for Christ. Filled with relevant Scripture passages, exciting personal testimonies, well-defined anatomical terms, and Points to Ponder, this book provides much spiritually enriched food for thought for all believers. Commit thy works unto the LORD, and thy thoughts shall be established. (Proverbs 16:3 KJV) Major themes that will intrigue and entice you include: the direct link between thoughts and physical and spiritual health; brain functions; the importance of forgiveness; exhortations to obey the Word; and a variety of wrong concepts that keep many Christians from choosing health and joy over bondage. We believe this teaching with practical application is the key to winning back what the enemy has stolen your mind so that you can be restored to health and go and do all that God has called you to do! Caspar McCloud and Linda Lange

Reagan What Was He Really Like

Reagan  What Was He Really Like
Author: Curtis Patrick
Publsiher: Morgan James Publishing
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2011-03-24
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781600379109

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Intimate behind-the-scenes recollections of Ronald Reagan by those who knew him during his early political career in California—photos included! People often wonder: “What was Reagan like privately?” “How did he treat his children?” “How did he handle pressure?” “How did he handle danger?” “How did he treat his staff?” “How did he handle difficult, almost impossible to deal with, legislators?” This book collects reminiscences from those who were there, working in a wide variety of positions, recounting how the former actor, governor of California, and future president of the United States used humor to disarm his most ardent critics and tenacious opponents. In this book, you’ll discover observations about the close bond between Ronald and Nancy Reagan; the gentlemanly character of the governor who “never equated disagreement with disloyalty;” the way Reagan thrived on being underestimated; the untold story behind the secret plan hatched by former Air Force Secretary Thomas C. Reed and a handful of dedicated insiders to launch Reagan’s unequivocal, arguably first campaign for President of the United States in 1968; and much more.

What Was I Thinking

What Was I Thinking
Author: Gurmit Singh
Publsiher: Armour Publishing Pte Ltd
Total Pages: 296
Release: 2022-04-27
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9789815060041

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If Phua Chu Kang’s yellow boots and permed hair are all you know about Gurmit Singh, then you need this book. The actor, host, singer and entrepreneur shares not just his funny moments in life but also bares his personal moments in What Was I Thinking? and proves that the funnyman image is just one of his many facets. Read about the first car he drove as a child, the neighbour with the EYE, the rat that almost ate his finger when he was a baby, how he dealt with the loss of his parents and many more stories. Caution: This is not a how-to book on being a better entertainer; rather, you will walk away with a better understanding of this man.

The Webster Chronicle

The Webster Chronicle
Author: Daniel Akst
Publsiher: Blue Hen Books
Total Pages: 311
Release: 2001
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: UOM:39015053117688

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When a modern New England town is wracked by accusations of child abuse at a local preschool, bankrupt small-town journalist Terry Mathers must climb out of his middle age torpor to scoop the national media on the story. By the author of St. Burl's Obituary.

What if Culture was Nature all Along

What if Culture was Nature all Along
Author: Vicki Kirby
Publsiher: Edinburgh University Press
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2017-01-18
Genre: Philosophy
ISBN: 9781474419307

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New materialisms argue for a more science-friendly humanities, ventilating questions about methodology and subject matter and the importance of the non-human. However, these new sites of attention - climate, biology, affect, geology, animals and objects - tend to leverage their difference against language and the discursive. Similarly, questions about ontology have come to eclipse, and even eschew, those of epistemology. While this collection of essays is in kinship with this radical shake-up of how and what we study, the aim is to re-navigate what constitutes materiality. These efforts are encapsulated by a rewriting of the Derridean axiom, 'there is no outside text' as 'there is no outside nature.' What if nature has always been literate, numerate, social? And what happens to 'the human' if its exceptional identity and status is conceded quantum, non-local and ecological implication?

What Was That All About

What Was That All About
Author: Jerry Scott,Jim Borgman
Publsiher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Total Pages: 264
Release: 2017-10-17
Genre: Humor
ISBN: 9781449489014

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What Was That All About? is the perfect celebration of Zits' twentieth anniversary! Always spot-on, sometimes chaotic, and often messy comic moments are immortalized by the true-to-life give and take between Jeremy and his often befuddled parents. Authors Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman have sifted through the highlights (and some lowlights!) over the life of the strip and have created a unique behind-the-scenes, insightful view into the history of Zits. They have selected their all-time favorite cartoons to fill the collection along with special features, including stories about: • How they met in Sedona, Arizona, and came up with the crazy idea of creating Zits • The teenagers in their own lives • Choosing the title Zits • Strips that newspapers declined to publish, or words they censored, etc. • Creating a Zits Sunday strip • Sucks, bites, and blows: staking out territory on the comic page • Fish paste and other reasons our kids don't want to travel with us anymore Excerpts from their sketchbooks will also be shown. This is the book every fan of Zits has ever wanted!

What Was Lost

What Was Lost
Author: Elise Erikson Barrett
Publsiher: Westminster John Knox Press
Total Pages: 165
Release: 2010
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9780664235208

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United Methodist pastor Elise Erikson Barrett draws on her own painful experiences, as well as on interviews with others who have gone through the devastation of miscarriage, in an effort to help women grieve and, in time, to think theologically about pregnancy loss. Barrett also offers some much-needed practical advice about breaking the news to others, coping with insensitive comments, and grieving what is often a private loss, unmarked by the world.

What Was I Thinking Toxic Shock Syndrome

What Was I Thinking  Toxic Shock Syndrome
Author: Dr. Patrick M Schlievert
Publsiher: Dorrance Publishing
Total Pages: 188
Release: 2021-01-27
Genre: Antiques & Collectibles
ISBN: 9781648042461

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What Was I Thinking? Toxic Shock Syndrome By: Dr. Patrick M Schlievert Dr. Patrick M Schlievert was in his first year as an assistant professor of Microbiology and Immunology, having spent two years trying to get the medical and scientific communities to recognize that there was a disease called toxic shock syndrome. Because he could not get even the Federal Government to recognize this disease, he started a national news media blitz that became second only to the Iran hostage crisis in 1980. Dr. Schlievert took this chance at great risk to his career because he grew up poor and had to take risks even to stay alive, and because his allegiance was to the American public and not to the biomedical science community. In this book, Dr. Patrick M Schlievert describes the events in chronological order, including science, a lot of pseudoscience and opinion, and a lot of the incredible politics behind toxic shock syndrome. He also describes the many forms of toxic shock syndrome in order of appearance, including the tampon associated disease and why it happened, non-menstrual toxic shock syndrome, and the flesh-eating streptococcal disease. The book is designed to tell Americans that many parts of their federal healthcare system are broken, including various aspects of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Institutes of Health. It is Dr. Schlievert’s ultimate hope that Americans will read this book because it is written for them. It will help them take partial responsibility for their own health, and hopefully, they can help reorient the United States healthcare system to do its job, namely help them. The National Institutes of Health claims that Dr. Schlievert and his colleagues’ interest in new diseases and their causes is not sufficient grounds to have funding, to which he would ask everyone: If this is not the number one goal of the National Institutes of Health, what should be? And furthermore, why should this federal bureaucracy exist if that is not the goal? Dr. Patrick M Schlievert entered the toxic shock syndrome field at its beginning, and he remains here near its end. He wishes he could say the diseases are at an end, but they are not.


Author: Ted Bell
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 528
Release: 2005-08-16
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781416521808

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In Ted Bell's scorching follow-up to his New York Times bestseller Assassin, intrepid intelligence operative Alex Hawke must thwart a secret, deadly alliance between China and France before they annihilate everything and everyone in their headlong rush toward world domination. Aboard the Star of Shanghai in the south of France, an American spy is held captive. He possesses vital, explosive intelligence linking two nations and one horrifying plot. If he is not rescued, he faces certain torture and inevitable death. Nearby, in a seaside hotel, a man still haunted by the loss of his wife two years earlier finds comfort in the arms of a beautiful Chinese actress--but is she to be trusted? So begins Pirate, an electrifying thriller marking the return of international counterterrorist Alex Hawke. In Paris, a ruthless descendant of Napoleon has risen to power, hell-bent on restoring France's former glory. His fiery ambitions are cynically stoked by a coterie of cold-blooded Mandarins, plotting behind the gates of Beijing's Forbidden City. Cloaked in secrecy, this unholy alliance devises a twisted global plan, backed by China's growing nuclear arsenal, that will send America and the world to the brink of a gutwrenching showdown. With the aid of his old friend and former Navy SEAL, Stokely Jones, Hawke sets out to investigate the deadly connections that bind the French-Chinese axis. Together, they discover that a powerful German industrialist may hold the key, somewhere inside the walls of his Bavarian mountain lair. Meanwhile, clues to an old and gruesome murder in Paris lead to New York City, where horrifying evidence could finally bring a madman to his knees. In the end, as American and British forces prepare to defend a sovereign and oil-rich Gulf nation against unwilling occupation, the terror is all too real. The world is once more balanced on the knife-edge of a full-blown nuclear confrontation. Hawke must once more prepare to hurl himself deep into the nightmare visions of madmen. He must garner every ounce of strength, courage, and useful pain from his past. He must defeat this enemy or else forfeit the lives of untold thousands, including his own, to an axis of evil no historian could have ever predicted. Packed with unrelenting action, glamour, and high style, and featuring the spectacular Alex Hawke, who time and again transports readers to the edge of danger, Pirate is a spellbinding thriller. Be prepared for Alex Hawke's most daunting and heart-pounding mission yet. Here is an author who gets you in the palm of his hand...and then clenches his fist!

Kwartaalblad Van Die Suid Afrikaanse Biblioteek

Kwartaalblad Van Die Suid Afrikaanse Biblioteek
Author: South African Library
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1952
Genre: Libraries
ISBN: UOM:39015036949397

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Twin Plant News

Twin Plant News
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1999
Genre: Industries
ISBN: UTEXAS:059172141522850

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What Was Literary Impressionism

What Was Literary Impressionism
Author: Michael Fried
Publsiher: Harvard University Press
Total Pages: 400
Release: 2018-04-01
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 9780674984950

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“My task which I am trying to achieve is, by the power of the written word, to make you hear, to make you feel—it is, before all, to make you see. That—and no more, and it is every-thing.” So wrote Joseph Conrad in the best-known account of literary impressionism, the late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century movement featuring narratives that paint pictures in readers’ minds. If literary impressionism is anything, it is the project to turn prose into vision. But vision of what? Michael Fried demonstrates that the impressionists sought to compel readers not only to see what was described and narrated but also to see writing itself. Fried reads Conrad, Stephen Crane, Frank Norris, W. H. Hudson, Ford Madox Ford, H. G. Wells, Jack London, Rudyard Kipling, Erskine Childers, R. B. Cunninghame Graham, and Edgar Rice Burroughs as avatars of the scene of writing. The upward-facing page, pen and ink, the look of written script, and the act of inscription are central to their work. These authors confront us with the sheer materiality of writing, albeit disguised and displaced so as to allow their narratives to proceed to their ostensible ends. What Was Literary Impressionism? radically reframes a large body of important writing. One of the major art historians and art critics of his generation, Fried turns to the novel and produces a rare work of insight and erudition that transforms our understanding of some of the most challenging fiction in the English language.

Journal of Information Science

Journal of Information Science
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1983
Genre: Information science
ISBN: UOM:39015048069093

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What Was I Thinking

What Was I Thinking
Author: Steve Brown
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 224
Release: 2006-07-18
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
ISBN: 9781582295701

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Seminary professor, radio broadcaster, and former pastor Steve Brown is tired. He confesses, "I'm tired of glib answers to hard questions, irrelevant 'God words' and stark, cold foundations on which no house has ever been built." So he set out to revitalize his faith by reexamining his thoughts and his faith. And he shares his invigorating discoveries with readers. A potent tonic for those whose faith feels flat, What Was I Thinking? fully engages the heart, mind, and soul.

Soupe Du Jour

Soupe Du Jour
Author: Natala De La Fer̀e
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 192
Release: 1961
Genre: Accidents
ISBN: STANFORD:36105048069426

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Lives in a French peasant family are changed through a bizarre accident, which must be kept secret from the villagers.