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Falk, Nancy Auer; Gross, Rita M.

Published by Cengage Learning (2000)

ISBN 10: 0534515703 ISBN 13: 9780534515706

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Item Description: Cengage Learning, 2000. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Introduction. Part I: Encounter: Extraordinary Women. 1. Martha B. Binford: Julia: An East African Diviner. 2. Debra Campbell: The Catholic Earth Mother: Dorothy Day and Women's Power in the Church. 3. Rosetta E. Ross: Religious Responsibility and Community Service in the U.S. South: The Activism of Victoria Way DeLee. 4. Charles S. J. White: Mother Guru: Jnanananda of Madras, India. Part II: Women Called by Spirits: Shamans and Savants. 5. Youngsook Kim Harvey: Possession Sickness and Women Shamans in Korea. 6. Randall L. Nadeau: Harmonizing Family and Cosmos: Shamanic Women in Chinese Religion. Part III: 7. Doranne Jacobson: Golden Handprints and Red-Painted Feet: Hindu Childbirth Rituals in Central India. 8. Susan S. Wadley: Hindu Women's Family and Household Rites in a North Indian Village. 9. James M. Freeman: The Ladies of Lord Krishna: Rituals of Middle-Aged Women in Eastern India. 10. Virginia Kerns: Garifuna Women and the Work of Mourning (Central America). 11. Anne H. Betteridge: The Controversial Vows of Urban Muslim Women in Iran. 12. Fatima Mernissi: Women, Saints, and Sanctuaries in Morocco. Part IV: Out of the Shadows: Women in Male-Dominated Systems. 13. Erika Friedl: Islam and Tribal Women in a Village in Iran. 14. Kyoko Motomochi Nakamura: No Women's Liberation: The Heritage of a Woman Prophet in Modern Japan. 15. Robert M. Baum: Alinesitou: A Diola Woman Prophet in West Africa. 16. Nancy Auer Falk: The Case of the Vanishing Nuns: The Fruits of Ambivalence in Ancient Indian Buddhism. 17. Ulrike Strasser: Bones of Contention: Catholic Nuns Resist Their Enclosure. 18. Marian Henriquez Neudel: Innovation and Tradition in a Contemporary Midwestern Jewish Congregation. Part V: Success Stories: Women and Men In Balance or Equality. 19. Reginald A. Ray: Accomplished Women in Tantric Buddhism of Medieval India and Tibet. 20. Joseph M Bastien: Rosinta, Rats and the River: Bad Luck is Banished in Andean Bolivia. 21. Sylvia Marcos: Women's Religious Space in Mexico. 22. Susan M. Setta: When Christ is a Woman: Theology and Practice in the Shaker Tradition. Part VI Women's Power: Mythical Models and Sacred Sources. 23. Karen McCarthy Brown: Mama Lola and the Ezilis: Themes of Mothering and Loving in Haitian Vodou. 24. Ines Talamantez: The Presence of Isanaklesh: A Native American Goddess and the Path of Pollen. 25. Rita M. Gross: Menstruation and Childbirth as Ritual and Religious Experience Among Native Australians. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0534515703

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Bryant, Edward / Davis, Grania / Farmer, Nancy & others

Published by Mercury Press (1992)

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Item Description: Mercury Press, 1992. Digest Magazine. Book Condition: Very Good. Periodical. Science Fiction Volume 82 Number 3, Whole Number 490 in Very Good condition. Cover art by Ron Walotsky for "Tree of Life". Novella: "The Love Farmer" by Ray Aldridge. Novelet: "Tree of Life, Book of Death" by Grania Davis. Short Stories: "The Resurrection of Alonso Quijana" by Marcos Donnelly, "Tapeworm" by Kit Reed, "Calculating Love" by Rick Wilber, "Country Mouse" by Edward Bryant, and "Origami Mountain" by Nancy Farmer. Departments: Books by Algis Budrys, Books to Look for by Orson Scott Card, and Films: The Whine of a 50 Ft. SWoman" by Kathi Maio. Cartoons: Joseph Farris, Frank Hauser, S. Harris, Henry Martin, Andrew Struthers. Mailing label on front cover. Bookseller Inventory # M19812

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F&SF (Robert Reed; Marcos Donnelly; Maureen F. McHugh; Ray Bradbury; Linda Nagata; Ray Vukcevich; Jeff Bredenberg; Robert K. J. Killheffer; Charles de Lint; Paul Di Filippo)

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Item Description: Mercury Press, NY. Digest Wraps. Book Condition: Near Fine. Vol. 88, No. 4; whole No. 527. Cover by Jill Bauman for "El Hijo De Hernez" (novelet) by Marcos Donnelly. Includes "A Place with Shade" (novelet) by Robert Reed; "The Lincoln Train" by Maureen F. McHugh; "Another Fine Mess" by Ray Bradbury; "Old Mother" by Linda Nagata; "The Finger" by Ray Vukcevich; "Shootin' Babies" by Jeff Bredenberg. Departments: "Books: Chasing Shadows" by Robert K. J. Killheffer; "Books to Look for" by Charles de Lint; "Plumage from Pegasus: Pencil Me in" by Paul Di Filippo. Mild tanning; slight rub. Bookseller Inventory # PF655

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Bradbury, Ray; McHugh, Maureen F; Donnelly, Marcos; et al

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Item Description: Mercury Publication. A very good plus digest sized magazine. Creased spine; reading crease; stamp on front cover. Cover by Jill Bauman. Bookseller Inventory # 2PP1115

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Ray, Frederic

Published by Authenticated Publications (1967)

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Item Description: Authenticated Publications, 1967. Softcover. Book Condition: Good. About 20 pages; some discoloring, light wear; 2nd printing. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: American History; Inventory No: 112232. Bookseller Inventory # 112232

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Published by Vintage Books USA, United States (2006)

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Item Description: Vintage Books USA, United States, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 201 x 132 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. Two centuries of writers drawn to Mexico--from D. H. Lawrence, John Steinbeck, Jack Kerouac, and Tennessee Williams to Salman Rushdie, Anita Desai, and Sandra Cisneros This scintillating literary travel guide gathers the work of great writers celebrating Mexico in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. Ranging from 1843 to the present, Mexico in Mind offers a remarkably varied sampling of English-speaking writers impressions of the land south of the border. John Reed rides with Pancho Villa in 1914; Graham Greene defends Mexico s priests; Langston Hughes describes a bullfight; Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs find Mexico intoxicating; Alice Adams visits Frida Kahlo s house; Ann Louise Bardach meets the mysterious Subcommandante Marcos face to face. Fictional accounts are equally vivid, including poems by Muriel Rukeyser, Archibald Macleish, and Sandra Cisneros, short stories by Katherine Anne Porter and Ray Bradbury, and excerpts from John Steinbeck s The Pearl, Tennessee Williams Night of the Iguana, and Salman Rushdie s The Ground Beneath Her Feet. From the bustle of Mexico City to coffee planations in remote Chiapas, from Mayan ruins to the markets at Oaxaca, the scenes evoked in this anthology reflect the rich variety of the place and its history, sure to enchant vacationers, expatriates, and armchair travelers everywhere. Alice Adams - Ann Louise Bardach - Ray Bradbury - William S. Burroughs - Frances Calderon de la Barca - Ana Castillo - Sandra Cisneros - Anita Desai - Erna Fergusson - Charles Macomb Flandrau - Donna Gershten - Graham Greene - Langston Hughes - Fanny Inglehart - Gary Jennings - Diana Kennedy - Jack Kerouac - D. H. Lawrence - Malcolm Lowry - Archibald Macleish - Ruben Martinez - Tom Miller - Katherine Anne Porter - John Reed - Luis Rodriguez - Richard Rodriguez - Muriel Rukeyser - Salman Rushdie - John Steinbeck - Edward Weston - Tennessee Williams. Bookseller Inventory # AAE9780307274885

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Published by Vintage Books USA, United States (2006)

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Item Description: Vintage Books USA, United States, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 201 x 132 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. Two centuries of writers drawn to Mexico--from D. H. Lawrence, John Steinbeck, Jack Kerouac, and Tennessee Williams to Salman Rushdie, Anita Desai, and Sandra Cisneros This scintillating literary travel guide gathers the work of great writers celebrating Mexico in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. Ranging from 1843 to the present, Mexico in Mind offers a remarkably varied sampling of English-speaking writers impressions of the land south of the border. John Reed rides with Pancho Villa in 1914; Graham Greene defends Mexico s priests; Langston Hughes describes a bullfight; Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs find Mexico intoxicating; Alice Adams visits Frida Kahlo s house; Ann Louise Bardach meets the mysterious Subcommandante Marcos face to face. Fictional accounts are equally vivid, including poems by Muriel Rukeyser, Archibald Macleish, and Sandra Cisneros, short stories by Katherine Anne Porter and Ray Bradbury, and excerpts from John Steinbeck s The Pearl, Tennessee Williams Night of the Iguana, and Salman Rushdie s The Ground Beneath Her Feet. From the bustle of Mexico City to coffee planations in remote Chiapas, from Mayan ruins to the markets at Oaxaca, the scenes evoked in this anthology reflect the rich variety of the place and its history, sure to enchant vacationers, expatriates, and armchair travelers everywhere. Alice Adams - Ann Louise Bardach - Ray Bradbury - William S. Burroughs - Frances Calderon de la Barca - Ana Castillo - Sandra Cisneros - Anita Desai - Erna Fergusson - Charles Macomb Flandrau - Donna Gershten - Graham Greene - Langston Hughes - Fanny Inglehart - Gary Jennings - Diana Kennedy - Jack Kerouac - D. H. Lawrence - Malcolm Lowry - Archibald Macleish - Ruben Martinez - Tom Miller - Katherine Anne Porter - John Reed - Luis Rodriguez - Richard Rodriguez - Muriel Rukeyser - Salman Rushdie - John Steinbeck - Edward Weston - Tennessee Williams. Bookseller Inventory # AAE9780307274885

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Joshua Michael Stern [Producer]; Mark Hulme [Producer]; Marcos Rodriguez [Producer]; David C. Traub [Producer]; Matt Whiteley [Writer];

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Item Description: Open Road Films, 2013. Blu-ray. Book Condition: New. BRAND NEW and FACTORY SEALED. Bookseller Inventory # RJV141127080

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Danny Gil

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Item Description: Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. About Gerry Gil By Jimmy S. Ong 1996 + + + Generoso (Gerry) Gil, Jr. (1942-1995) was, at one time or another, a seminarian, a campus pamphleteer, doctoral fellow, population researcher, psychology professor, and journalist. He was associate editor and opinion editor of the Manila Standard from 1989 till his death- in 1995. He was also treasurer of the Philippine Press Institute and taught at the Ateneo de Manila University, the University of the Philippines, and the Asian Institute of Journalism. But what Gerry did most, and best, was opinion writing. Over a span of 25 years, he wrote (among other things, including scholarly articles and office memoranda) editorials, columns, features, and letters to the editor. He was a columnist at the Philippines Herald and Manila Standard, and wrote the vast majority of the Standard s editorials from 1989 to 1995. He was inclined to be self-deprecating about opinion writing, admitting that an editorial writer is generally regarded as a wordsmith . . who writes elegantly enough to package what his owners and editors want him to say . . the moral inferior of the columnist, who, at least in theory, is writing out of his own convictions. He poked fun too at his column writing: I ve been called everything from a great columnist to a little boy with a slingshot. For all his modesty, his colleagues acknowledged his writing to be outstanding for its rigorous research, clarity, balance, and incisiveness. This book is an anthology of Gerry s best pieces from 1971 to 1995, selected for the aforementioned qualities, as well as for their erudition, compassion, humor, and wit. + + + + A Short Life Some Notes By Danny Gil, 2014 + + + Gerry Gil died July 26, 1995 after entering to the hospital earlier that day. He had had walking pneumonia and hadn t heeded the tell-tale symptoms for a couple weeks before that, preferring to keep downing analgesics during his busy schedule. The complications from the broken collar bone he sustained (when the taxi he was riding overturned a few weeks earlier) may have masked the problem. The x-ray plate of that accident had been misplaced and when read much later showed advanced bi-basal pneumonia. Obituary tributes by colleagues and friends in the media can be read at the end of this book.+ + + Notes + + + This archive is Gerry Gil s Writings taken from Magazines and News-papers where he worked as Reporter, Writer and Editor, from 1972 to 1994. It has been many years since the untimely demise of Gerry Gil. He started anonymously writing letters early in his career to the editor, mostly prior to unforgettable Edsa Revolution that toppled strongman Marcos of the Philipines and the chaotic months that followed. This period of letter writing preceeded his return to journalism, and taken together, can be viewed as Gerry s great contribution to Philippine editorial writing: how his journalistic forays and joustings in the political arena via the editorial page unmasked the absurdities and banalities of the politics and powers-that-be of that period, in a uniquely humorous and irreverent manner unmatched by any other writer. And Gerry was the creator of form when history, humor and journalism intersected. It is hoped that this book will amply serve the students of recent Philippine political history, editorial and communication writers, and humor-mongers like most of us. The 1997 book, Wordsmith With A Slingshot, The Gerry Gil Book, was published after his death by our Family Foundation. That book won the National Award for Journalism. This 2014 book, Gerry Gil Writngs (Editorials and Articles) includes majority of the contents of that 1997 book. Reprinting the original book is not viable so we reprinted under Print-On-Demand new system of publishing, with the help of Tatay Jobo Elizes, a self-publisher. We have included also other unpublished essays of Gerry. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781499601718

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Joshua Michael Stern [Producer]; Mark Hulme [Producer]; Marcos Rodriguez [Producer]; David C. Traub [Producer]; Matt Whiteley [Writer];

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Item Description: Universal Studios, 2013. Blu-ray. Book Condition: New. Brand new and factory sealed. ***Bilingual (English / French edition). ***WARNING: Doesn't contain Digital and/or UltraViolet Copy!!!. Bookseller Inventory # RJV1406100038

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Danny Gil

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Item Description: Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.About Gerry Gil By Jimmy S. Ong 1996 + + + Generoso (Gerry) Gil, Jr. (1942-1995) was, at one time or another, a seminarian, a campus pamphleteer, doctoral fellow, population researcher, psychology professor, and journalist. He was associate editor and opinion editor of the Manila Standard from 1989 till his death- in 1995. He was also treasurer of the Philippine Press Institute and taught at the Ateneo de Manila University, the University of the Philippines, and the Asian Institute of Journalism. But what Gerry did most, and best, was opinion writing. Over a span of 25 years, he wrote (among other things, including scholarly articles and office memoranda) editorials, columns, features, and letters to the editor. He was a columnist at the Philippines Herald and Manila Standard, and wrote the vast majority of the Standard s editorials from 1989 to 1995. He was inclined to be self-deprecating about opinion writing, admitting that an editorial writer is generally regarded as a wordsmith . . who writes elegantly enough to package what his owners and editors want him to say . . the moral inferior of the columnist, who, at least in theory, is writing out of his own convictions. He poked fun too at his column writing: I ve been called everything from a great columnist to a little boy with a slingshot. For all his modesty, his colleagues acknowledged his writing to be outstanding for its rigorous research, clarity, balance, and incisiveness. This book is an anthology of Gerry s best pieces from 1971 to 1995, selected for the aforementioned qualities, as well as for their erudition, compassion, humor, and wit. + + + + A Short Life Some Notes By Danny Gil, 2014 + + + Gerry Gil died July 26, 1995 after entering to the hospital earlier that day. He had had walking pneumonia and hadn t heeded the tell-tale symptoms for a couple weeks before that, preferring to keep downing analgesics during his busy schedule. The complications from the broken collar bone he sustained (when the taxi he was riding overturned a few weeks earlier) may have masked the problem. The x-ray plate of that accident had been misplaced and when read much later showed advanced bi-basal pneumonia. Obituary tributes by colleagues and friends in the media can be read at the end of this book.+ + + Notes + + + This archive is Gerry Gil s Writings taken from Magazines and News-papers where he worked as Reporter, Writer and Editor, from 1972 to 1994. It has been many years since the untimely demise of Gerry Gil. He started anonymously writing letters early in his career to the editor, mostly prior to unforgettable Edsa Revolution that toppled strongman Marcos of the Philipines and the chaotic months that followed. This period of letter writing preceeded his return to journalism, and taken together, can be viewed as Gerry s great contribution to Philippine editorial writing: how his journalistic forays and joustings in the political arena via the editorial page unmasked the absurdities and banalities of the politics and powers-that-be of that period, in a uniquely humorous and irreverent manner unmatched by any other writer. And Gerry was the creator of form when history, humor and journalism intersected. It is hoped that this book will amply serve the students of recent Philippine political history, editorial and communication writers, and humor-mongers like most of us. The 1997 book, Wordsmith With A Slingshot, The Gerry Gil Book, was published after his death by our Family Foundation. That book won the National Award for Journalism. This 2014 book, Gerry Gil Writngs (Editorials and Articles) includes majority of the contents of that 1997 book. Reprinting the original book is not viable so we reprinted under Print-On-Demand new system of publishing, with the help of Tatay Jobo Elizes, a self-publisher. We have included also other unpublished essays of Gerry. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781499601718

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Spangenburg, Ray and Diane K. Moser

Published by Facts on File, Leicester (1998)

ISBN 10: 0816034052 ISBN 13: 9780816034055

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Item Description: Facts on File, Leicester, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition, 1st Printing. Near fine, 143 PAGE ex-library hardcover which measures approx. 7.5x9.5 inches, no dustjacket, Pages clean & tight., appears unread. Typical ex-library pastings and markings. Front free endpaper corner clipped where library has removed its barcode. Really, this book looks brand new except for the library markings, and although it is meant of high school students, its contents were truly fascinating to yours truly! Black and white photos and maps throughout. Discusses Aztec Ruins National Monument in Aztec, New Mexico; St. Augustine & Castillo de San Marcos, St. Augustine, Florida; Colonial Pemaquid, an early fishing and trading post, Bristol, Maine; San Antonio Missions National Historic Park, San Antonio, Texas; Grand Portage National Monument, a rendezvous site for French fur trappers, Grand Portage, Minnesota; Lewis & Clark's winter encampment, Fort Clatsop, Oregon; Fort Ross State Historical Park, a site originally settled as a Russian trading post, Jenner, California; Fort Larned, Larned, Kansas; Dodie State Historic Park, a gold rush ghost town, Bodie, California; Fruita Orchards, a pioneer village, Capitol Reef National Park, Utah. Bookseller Inventory # 51859

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Ray Villareal

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Item Description: Pinata Books. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Paperback. 192 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.4in. x 0.3in.Josephine Miss Mac McKeever had taught English and Theatre Arts at Rosemont Middle School for so long that her colleagues sometimes joked that she would die in the classroom. So when she does just that, students, teachers, and administrators are stunned. After getting over the initial shock of losing their colleague, the staff agrees that they need to do something very special to acknowledge Miss Macs fifty-one years of dedication to the students at Rosemont and suggest naming the schools auditorium after her. When Mrs. Frymire, her long-time colleague and friend, discovers a play written by Miss Mac years before, she knows that it would be the perfect memorial to present the play, Thirteen Days to Glory: The Battle of the Alamo, in the schools auditorium named after her friend. But the teachers quickly learn that presenting a play isnt as easy as Miss Mac had always made it seem, and soon the entire school community is in an uproar as conflicts related to the play emerge. Seventh-grader and Golden Gloves boxer Marco Diaz is, at first, excited to be chosen to play Jim Bowie, the brave Texan who defended the Alamo against Santa Annas Mexican Army. But his friend Raquel, an undocumented immigrant, calls him a sell-out because she believes the play makes heroes out of the people who stole her ancestors land. And Sandy Martinez, Miss Macs much younger replacement, finds the Mexican characters dialogue not only politically incorrect but downright offensive. Miss Macs friends, though, are adamantly opposed to making changes. Ms. Martinez also tries to convince them that giving certain students plum roles in exchange for their parents contributions is wrong, but ends up leaving the production in frustration. Meanwhile, rehearsals only serve to increase the tension between Marcos friend Izzy Pena and the school bully Billy Ray Cansler. And its only a matter of time before Billy Ray corners Izzy when Marco isnt around to protect him. Weary from struggling with disruptive kids, teachers and kids dropping out of the play, and parents with unreasonable expectations, everyone begins to wonder if they should just give up and cancel the production. Is it too much to expect everyone to work together to pay homage to a long-time friend and teacher This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781558855137

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Jerry McKee Bullock

Published by AUTHORHOUSE, United States (2012)

ISBN 10: 1477270558 ISBN 13: 9781477270554

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Item Description: AUTHORHOUSE, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Life s Like That was born when I was having trouble getting clients at the Family Counseling Center. That is a fancy name that came from my family counseling career. I thought I needed to get some ads in the local newspaper. That led to my meeting Mr Rowe Ray, the managing editor of the San Marcos Daily Record. I simply wanted to explore possibilities but ended with an invitation to write a weekly column for the newspaper. I can honestly say I never broke my word on confidentiality; i.e., everything we talked about stayed in the Center, everything that is except the funny things. I was counseling with a game warden that told me about a lady who was losing a sheep a night to one old hungry coyote. Whenever the warden came out, she would start feeling sorry for the coyote and asked the warden not to shoot it. Finally she had five sheep left. She called the warden and once again told him she wasn t ready to have him hunt down the coyote. The warden looked at the little flock of sheep and said, Mrs. Jones, whatever you say, but we ve only got five more days anyway. As you read this book there will be tears and sunshine. The good news is you don t have to sit down and read it all at once. Life Really Is Like That. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9781477270554

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Raymond Keene

Published by Hardinge Simpole Limited, United Kingdom (2004)

ISBN 10: 1843821311 ISBN 13: 9781843821311

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Item Description: Hardinge Simpole Limited, United Kingdom, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Revised ed. 216 x 140 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The 1978 world chess championship in the Philippines was the most riotous of modern times. Pitting the soviet defector Korchnoi against the golden boy of the soviet establishment - Karpov - the players were not just content to hammer each other over the chess board; they also enlisted such weird assistants as the parapsychologist Dr Vladimir Zukhar and orange-robed gurus from the Ananda Marga sect. The dramatis personae were completed by President Marcos, his shoe-collecting First Lady Imelda and a gaggle of shady characters from the KGB. Grandmaster Ray Keene was Korchnoi s chief second during this wild chess extravaganza and this book tells the inside story of one of the most exotic chess competitions ever staged. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9781843821311

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Jerry McKee Bullock

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Item Description: AUTHORHOUSE, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Life s Like That was born when I was having trouble getting clients at the Family Counseling Center. That is a fancy name that came from my family counseling career. I thought I needed to get some ads in the local newspaper. That led to my meeting Mr Rowe Ray, the managing editor of the San Marcos Daily Record. I simply wanted to explore possibilities but ended with an invitation to write a weekly column for the newspaper. I can honestly say I never broke my word on confidentiality; i.e., everything we talked about stayed in the Center, everything that is except the funny things. I was counseling with a game warden that told me about a lady who was losing a sheep a night to one old hungry coyote. Whenever the warden came out, she would start feeling sorry for the coyote and asked the warden not to shoot it. Finally she had five sheep left. She called the warden and once again told him she wasn t ready to have him hunt down the coyote. The warden looked at the little flock of sheep and said, Mrs. Jones, whatever you say, but we ve only got five more days anyway. As you read this book there will be tears and sunshine. The good news is you don t have to sit down and read it all at once. Life Really Is Like That. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9781477270554

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Raymond Keene

Published by Hardinge Simpole Limited, United Kingdom (2004)

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Item Description: Hardinge Simpole Limited, United Kingdom, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Revised ed. 216 x 140 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The 1978 world chess championship in the Philippines was the most riotous of modern times. Pitting the soviet defector Korchnoi against the golden boy of the soviet establishment - Karpov - the players were not just content to hammer each other over the chess board; they also enlisted such weird assistants as the parapsychologist Dr Vladimir Zukhar and orange-robed gurus from the Ananda Marga sect. The dramatis personae were completed by President Marcos, his shoe-collecting First Lady Imelda and a gaggle of shady characters from the KGB. Grandmaster Ray Keene was Korchnoi s chief second during this wild chess extravaganza and this book tells the inside story of one of the most exotic chess competitions ever staged. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9781843821311

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Arnold, Bob, editor

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Item Description: Longhouse, 2008, 2008. First edition / CD-Rom E-book Origin Sixth Series quartet & Coda (five issues in all) published as a PDF e-book on CD with nearly 250 contributors and a whalloping 1,700 colorful pages of poetry, prose, art and photographs. After nearly a year of free reading of the series from our website, now is your chance to own your own copy.Please have a look and see if this beauty can fit into your teaching plans, as well as a title to interest friends, colleagues and all libraries. We'd love it if other poets, readers & teachers took up the CD anthology as a companion.System requirements: the PDF files with high quality resolution best read with Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or later version / Windows with Autorun capability / Mac users please first link to Origin-Introduction.pdf for bookmark navigation / Table of Contents now with bookmark linksDecorative CD in C-PakTo avoid confusion amongst the purists, we have prepared ORIGIN, Sixth Series as a tribute to Cid Corman. No one in his right mind is attempting to do Origin the way Cid would. Impossible. For a rousing history of Origin, please read A Gist of Origin edited by Cid Corman.This sixth series is a four-issue Origin-set that leafed out during the Spring months of 2007, culminating with a 'coda' issue in December. It is the very last of Origin, ever.A small part of this series had Cid Corman's personal touch ~ in particular, some of the feature poets names chosen. After Cid's passing, poets were then gathered by editor Bob Arnold as more a celebration to poetry and for Cid. It has became a leafy canopy of many poets from around the world ~ ancients to the remarkably young ~ and all of the set is published as a PDF file. It's meant to read on the screen, and more, to be now shared as an e-book on CD.shed in attractive printed booklets available from our press.The Origin set reaches 1,700 pages, with 250 artists & poets strong.Origin Poets & Artists:Dobree Adams ~ Rae Armantrout ~ Bob Arnold / Origin Feature 1~ Carson Arnold ~ Susan Arnold ~ Ed Baker ~ Amiri Baraka ~ Jeffery Beam ~ Franco Beltrametti ~ Jan Bender ~ John Bennett ~ Sophia Bentinck ~ Carol Berge ~ Romulo Bernardo / trans. Janine Pommy Vega ~ Guy Birchard ~ Kevin Bowen ~ John Bradley / Cheng Hui ~ Hanne Bramness ~ Alan Brilliant ~ Rolf Brinkmann ~ David Brinks ~ Maggie Brown ~ Pam Brown ~ David Budbill ~ Clifford Burke ~ Bobby Byrd ~ Alex Caldiero ~ Alvaro Cardona-Hine ~ Hayden Carruth ~ Sean Casey ~ Beth Chasse ~ David-Baptist Chirot ~ Cid Corman Letters to Judith Binder ~ Cid Corman Letters to Louise Landes Levi ~ Carson Cistulli ~ Laurie Clark ~ Thomas A. Clark ~ Andy Clausen ~ Steve Clay ~ Ira Cohen ~ Marcel Cohen / trans. Cid Corman ~ Jack Collom ~ Rita Corbin ~ Cid Corman ~ Shizumi Corman ~ Arlene Corwin ~ Robert Creeley ~ Simon Cutts ~ Rene Daumal ~ Tsering Wangmo Dhompa ~ Jim Dodge ~ Kim Dorman ~ Ray Drew ~ Reidar Ekner ~ Theodore Enslin / Origin Archive ~ Rita degli Esposti / trans. by Coco Gordon ~ George Evans ~ Clive Faust ~ Alec Finlay ~ Ian Hamilton Finlay / Origin Archive Feature ~ Dennis Formento ~ Walter Franceschi ~ Gloria Frym ~ Forrest Gander / translations of Marcos Canteli, Carlos Pardo & Elena Medel ~ Megan M. Garr ~ Jacqueline Gens ~ Sergio Geyda / trans. George Evans & Daisy Zamora ~ Man Giac / trans. Kevin Bowen ~ David Giannini ~ Michael Gizzi ~ Peter Gizzi ~ Jesse Glass ~ Lyle Glazier ~ Charles Goodrich ~ Kirpal Gordon ~ Elio Grasso / Franco Beltrametti ~ Sam Green ~ Jonathan Greene ~ Sam Grolmes ~ Sam Hamill ~ Marie Harris ~ Caroline Hartge ~ Terry Hauptman ~ Gerald Hausman ~ Kris Hemensley ~ David Hess ~ Michael Hettich ~ David Hinton / Wei Ying-wu ~ Mikhail Horowitz ~ Gary Hotham ~ Kuan Hsiu / trans. J. P. Seaton ~ Stefan Hyner ~ Brenda Iijima ~ Erling Inreeide ~ Lisa Jarnot ~ Tom Jay ~ Brooks Johnson ~ Kent Johnson ~ Greg Joly ~ Hettie Jones ~ George Kalamaras ~ Lenore Kandel ~ Yoshie Kaneiri ~ Eliot Katz ~ Judy Katz-Levine ~ Cralan Kelder ~ Miyazawa Kenji / trans. Gerald Hausman & Kenji Ok. Bookseller Inventory # 29572

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Wendel A. Ray; Gerry Lane; Gianfraco Cecchin

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Item Description: Paidos, 2003. soft. Book Condition: New. Irreverencia es el resultado de la colaboración entre tres célebres y creativos terapeutas, autores de numerosos textos en el marco de la terapia familiar. En la tradición de las terapias sistémicas posteriores al Grupo de Milán, este libro examina cómo la forma de pensar del terapeuta puede bloquear el proceso y llevarlo al estancamiento. Los autores definen y explican un concepto nuevo de la terapia sistémica, la irreverencia, que permite a los terapeutas librarse de las limitaciones de sus marcos teóricos y de las hipótesis que acostumbran a emplear con sus clientes o familias. Estas ideas se ilustran aplicándolas a problemáticas de gran dificultad, como la violencia o el incesto, y a una sesión con el personal a cargo de un paciente hospitalizado. Además del ámbito de la clínica, las profundas y novedosas implicaciones de la noción de irreverencia también afectan a la investigación y la formación de terapeutas. Bookseller Inventory # 88002

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Arnold, Bob. Editor

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Item Description: Longhouse Publishing, VT, 2008. Audio Book (CD). Book Condition: New. 1st Edition. Description: Longhouse, 2008, 2008. First edition / CD-Rom E-book Origin Sixth Series quartet & Coda (five issues in all) published as a PDF e-book on CD with nearly 250 contributors and a whalloping 1,700 colorful pages of poetry, prose, art and photographs. After nearly a year of free reading of the series from our website, now is your chance to own your own copy. Please have a look and see if this beauty can fit into your teaching plans, as well as a title to interest friends, colleagues and all libraries. We'd love it if other poets, readers & teachers took up the CD anthology as a companion. System requirements: the PDF files with high quality resolution best read with Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or later version / Windows with Autorun capability / Mac users please first link to Origin-Introduction.pdf for bookmark navigation / Table of Contents now with bookmark links Decorative CD in C-Pak To avoid confusion amongst the purists, we have prepared ORIGIN, Sixth Series as a tribute to Cid Corman. No one in his right mind is attempting to do Origin the way Cid would. Impossible. For a rousing history of Origin, please read A Gist of Origin edited by Cid Corman. This sixth series is a four-issue Origin-set that leafed out during the Spring months of 2007, culminating with a 'coda' issue in December. It is the very last of Origin, ever. A small part of this series had Cid Corman's personal touch ~ in particular, some of the feature poets names chosen. After Cid's passing, poets were then gathered by editor Bob Arnold as more a celebration to poetry and for Cid. It has became a leafy canopy of many poets from around the world ~ ancients to the remarkably young ~ and all of the set is published as a PDF file. It's meant to read on the screen, and more, to be now shared as an e-book on CD. shed in attractive printed booklets available from our press. The Origin set reaches 1,700 pages, with 250 artists & poets strong. Origin Poets & Artists: Dobree Adams ~ Rae Armantrout ~ Bob Arnold / Origin Feature 1~ Carson Arnold ~ Susan Arnold ~ Ed Baker ~ Amiri Baraka ~ Jeffery Beam ~ Franco Beltrametti ~ Jan Bender ~ John Bennett ~ Sophia Bentinck ~ Carol Berge ~ Romulo Bernardo / trans. Janine Pommy Vega ~ Guy Birchard ~ Kevin Bowen ~ John Bradley / Cheng Hui ~ Hanne Bramness ~ Alan Brilliant ~ Rolf Brinkmann ~ David Brinks ~ Maggie Brown ~ Pam Brown ~ David Budbill ~ Clifford Burke ~ Bobby Byrd ~ Alex Caldiero ~ Alvaro Cardona-Hine ~ Hayden Carruth ~ Sean Casey ~ Beth Chasse ~ David-Baptist Chirot ~ Cid Corman Letters to Judith Binder ~ Cid Corman Letters to Louise Landes Levi ~ Carson Cistulli ~ Laurie Clark ~ Thomas A. Clark ~ Andy Clausen ~ Steve Clay ~ Ira Cohen ~ Marcel Cohen / trans. Cid Corman ~ Jack Collom ~ Rita Corbin ~ Cid Corman ~ Shizumi Corman ~ Arlene Corwin ~ Robert Creeley ~ Simon Cutts ~ Rene Daumal ~ Tsering Wangmo Dhompa ~ Jim Dodge ~ Kim Dorman ~ Ray Drew ~ Reidar Ekner ~ Theodore Enslin / Origin Archive ~ Rita degli Esposti / trans. by Coco Gordon ~ George Evans ~ Clive Faust ~ Alec Finlay ~ Ian Hamilton Finlay / Origin Archive Feature ~ Dennis Formento ~ Walter Franceschi ~ Gloria Frym ~ Forrest Gander / translations of Marcos Canteli, Carlos Pardo & Elena Medel ~ Megan M. Garr ~ Jacqueline Gens ~ Sergio Geyda / trans. George Evans & Daisy Zamora ~ Man Giac / trans. Kevin Bowen ~ David Giannini ~ Michael Gizzi ~ Peter Gizzi ~ Jesse Glass ~ Lyle Glazier ~ Charles Goodrich ~ Kirpal Gordon ~ Elio Grasso / Franco Beltrametti ~ Sam Green ~ Jonathan Greene ~ Sam Grolmes ~ Sam Hamill ~ Marie Harris ~ Caroline Hartge ~ Terry Hauptman ~ Gerald Hausman ~ Kris Hemensley ~ David Hess ~ Michael Hettich ~ David Hinton / Wei Ying-wu ~ Mikhail Horowitz ~ Gary Hotham ~ Kuan Hsiu / trans. J. P. Seaton ~ Stefan Hy. LONGHOUSE DISCRIPTION. UNUSED. Bookseller Inventory # 9644

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Jerry McKee Bullock

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Item Description: AUTHORHOUSE, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Life s Like That was born when I was having trouble getting clients at the Family Counseling Center. That is a fancy name that came from my family counseling career. I thought I needed to get some ads in the local newspaper. That led to my meeting Mr Rowe Ray, the managing editor of the San Marcos Daily Record. I simply wanted to explore possibilities but ended with an invitation to write a weekly column for the newspaper. I can honestly say I never broke my word on confidentiality; i.e., everything we talked about stayed in the Center, everything that is except the funny things. I was counseling with a game warden that told me about a lady who was losing a sheep a night to one old hungry coyote. Whenever the warden came out, she would start feeling sorry for the coyote and asked the warden not to shoot it. Finally she had five sheep left. She called the warden and once again told him she wasn t ready to have him hunt down the coyote. The warden looked at the little flock of sheep and said, Mrs. Jones, whatever you say, but we ve only got five more days anyway. As you read this book there will be tears and sunshine. The good news is you don t have to sit down and read it all at once. Life Really Is Like That. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9781477292389

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Jerry McKee Bullock

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Item Description: AUTHORHOUSE, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Life s Like That was born when I was having trouble getting clients at the Family Counseling Center. That is a fancy name that came from my family counseling career. I thought I needed to get some ads in the local newspaper. That led to my meeting Mr Rowe Ray, the managing editor of the San Marcos Daily Record. I simply wanted to explore possibilities but ended with an invitation to write a weekly column for the newspaper. I can honestly say I never broke my word on confidentiality; i.e., everything we talked about stayed in the Center, everything that is except the funny things. I was counseling with a game warden that told me about a lady who was losing a sheep a night to one old hungry coyote. Whenever the warden came out, she would start feeling sorry for the coyote and asked the warden not to shoot it. Finally she had five sheep left. She called the warden and once again told him she wasn t ready to have him hunt down the coyote. The warden looked at the little flock of sheep and said, Mrs. Jones, whatever you say, but we ve only got five more days anyway. As you read this book there will be tears and sunshine. The good news is you don t have to sit down and read it all at once. Life Really Is Like That. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9781477292389

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Apostol Marcos

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Item Description: General Books. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 18 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.0in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 Excerpt: . . . Say panpalicas nen Jesus ed saray mancacaoes na anduquey. 38 Iaguel yoy incasicayo ed saray escribas, ya calictan day. manacar ya anduquey so caoes da, tan say panangilugay ed jicara ed saray plaza, 39 tan calictan da ray manona ran yorongan ed saray sinagoga, tan manona ran paspasen ed saray fiesta: 40 sicara ya boaguen da ray caabongan da ray bablon bibi, tan panbaraan da so pangaoa ray anduraquey iran dasal; sarayan totoo aoaten dan andisaeo so balbaleg nin dusa. Nipaacar ed inpangiter na saquey bin duca na panangaro to. 41 Et si Jesus nanyorong ed bandad pefcec na panangiatlan caban, tan ninengneng to no panoy panangipelag daaay daquel catooan na pilac ed panangiatlan caban: et amayamay iray mayayaraan ya angipelag na daquel. 42 Et sinrnabid man so saquey duca ya bin. bal et sicato inpelag to so duaran blancas ya catiponan toy saquey marabilis. 43 Et tinaoag to ray discpulos to ed sicato, tan cuan to ed sicara, Tuatuan cuan ed sicayo, sayay duca ya bin bal angipelag na daquedaquel nen say amin daray manpepelag ed panangiatlan caban: 44 ta sicaran amin angipelag ira na samay nasosolocan da; sicato balet diad inca-ocolan to inpelay ton amin so oalad sicato, salanti amin panbilay to. 5 TAN diad inpaoay to ed templo, say saquey ed saray discpulos to cuan to ed Jesus, Maestro, ni, agay la rayan nengneng na batobato tan palpaalaguey. 2 Et si Jesus inmebat ed sicato, Nanengneng yo rayan ancacabaleg palpaalaguey angapo naani so natac dia saquey bato ed tapeo na saquey, ya ag naani nigueba ya andisaeo. 3 Tan diad inyorong to . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781235863868

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Fuente: Wikipedia. Pginas: 37. Captulos: Cliff Burton, Robert Trujillo, John Myung, Jason Newsted, Nikki Sixx, Olve Eikemo, Nick Oliveri, Jrn Stubberud, King ov Hell, Doug Wimbish, Steve Harris, Jari Kainulainen, Ron McGovney, Stuart Hamm, Billy Sheehan, David Ellefson, Bob Daisley, Apollyon, Frank Bello, Geezer Butler, James LoMenzo, Jimmy Bain, Hansi Krsch, Mike Inez, Neil Murray, Mike Starr, Conrad Lant, Glen Benton, Rudy Sarzo, Jack Blades, Rick Savage, Rachel Bolan, Dave Pybus, Francis Buchholz, Joey DeMaio, Sharlee DAngelo, Jeff Pilson, Martin Eric Ain, Grutle Kjellson, Mike DAntonio, Juan Croucier, Pawe Mciwoda, Iscariah, Ian Hill, Bobby Dall, Phil Soussan, Dana Strum, James MacDonough, Ralph Rieckermann, Matt Thorr, Johnny Lee Middleton, B-Force, Adam Duce, Troy Sanders, John Campbell, Eric Brittingham, Marcos Lacalle, Chris Chaney, Tony Cavazo. Extracto: Clifford Lee Burton (10 de febrero de 1962 - 27 de septiembre de 1986) fue un reconocido bajista de Thrash metal, considerado, por algunos, entre los mejores msicos de la historia del heavy metal, cuyo trabajo ms notable durante toda su carrera fue ser el bajista del influyente grupo Metallica desde el ao 1983 hasta el da de su muerte, a los 24 aos de edad en un accidente automovilstico en 1986, durante el perodo en el que se encontraba la formacin clsica del grupo. Clifford Lee Burton naci a las 21: 38, el 10 de febrero de 1962, en el Eden Hospital situado en San Francisco, California. Fue criado por sus padres hippies, y de ellos adopt su imagen, sus ideales y, sobre todo, su actitud. Su padre Ray Burton, un nativo de Tennessee, trabaj como ingeniero auxiliar de carreteras en la Bay Area de San Francisco. Su madre Jan, una nativa de California, trabaj para el distrito escolar The Castro Valley, all ense a los estudiantes con discapacidades. Cliff tena dos hermanos mayores, su hermano David Scott y su hermana Connie. Sus padres describen a Cliff en su infancia como un nio tranq. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781231355800

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. Fuente: Wikipedia. Pginas: 27. Captulos: Alcides Arguedas, Jaime Senz, Ana Mara Romero de Campero, Adela Zamudio, scar Cerruto, Jess Urzagasti, Ricardo Jaimes Freyre, Marcelo Quiroga Santa Cruz, Juan Claudio Lechn, Vctor Montoya, Tristn Marof, Franz Tamayo, Lindaura Anzotegui Campero, Nataniel Aguirre, Blanca Wiethchter, Jess Lara, Gary Daher Canedo, Emilio Martnez Cardona, Gabriel Ren Moreno, Ramn Rocha Monroy, Carlos Castan Barrientos, Antonio Paredes Candia, Jos Aguirre de Ach, Carlos Salazar Mostajo, Armando Chirveches, Gastn Surez, Armando Alba Zambrana, Javier del Granado, Marcelo Villena Alvarado, Matilde Casazola, Abel Alarcn, Pedro Shimose, Edmundo Paz Soldn, Natalia Palacios, Marcos Quiroga, Augusto Cspedes, Augusto Guzmn, Manuel Vargas, Ray Sayanta, Vctor Andrade Uzquiano, Adolfo Costa Du Rels, Ral Botelho Goslvez, Norah Zapata Prill, Antonio Daz Villamil, Vctor Hugo Viscarra, Vctor Hugo Arvalo Jordn, Virginia Estensoro, scar Alfaro. Extracto: Jaime Senz Guzmn (La Paz, 1921- La Paz, 1986) fue periodista y docente, ms conocido por su obra como narrador y poeta boliviano. La ciudad de La Paz fue su espacio vital y el permanente trasfondo de su obra. Reconocido como uno de los autores ms importantes de la literatura boliviana, tanto su vida como su obra marcaron profundamente el espacio cultural boliviano del siglo XX. Jaime Senz naci el 8 de octubre de 1921 en La Paz, Bolivia, su padre era el teniente coronel del ejrcito Genaro Senz Rivero y Graciela Guzmn Lazarte. Lo envan a la escuela Muoz en 1926 a realizar sus estudios primarios, mas, los secundarios los realiz en el Instituto Americano de La Paz hasta 1937. Senz viaja a Alemania en 1938, con algunos compaeros de colegio y, por supuesto, con cadetes de la Escuela Militar de Bolivia. Fue en Europa donde su personalidad fue cultivada con los filsofos Arthur Schopenhauer, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Martin Heidegger y los escritores Thomas Mann, Willi. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781232470847

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Bullock, Jerry McKee

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Item Description: AuthorHouse, 2012. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Life s Like That was born when I was having trouble getting clients at the Family Counseling Center. That is a fancy name that came from my family counseling career. I thought I needed to get some ads in the local newspaper. That led to my meeting Mr Rowe Ray, the managing editor of the San Marcos Daily Record. I simply wanted to explore possibilities but ended with an invitation to write a weekly column for the newspaper. I can honestly say I never broke my word on confidentiality; i.e., everything we talked about stayed in the Center, everything that is except the funny things. I was counseling with a game warden that told me about a lady who was losing a sheep a night to one old hungry coyote. Whenever the warden came out, she would start feeling sorry for the coyote and asked the warden not to shoot it. Finally she had five sheep left. She called the warden and once again told him she wasn t ready to have him hunt down the coyote. The warden looked at the little flock of sheep and said, Mrs. Jones, whatever you say, but we ve only got five more days anyway. As you read this book there will be tears and sunshine. The good news is you don t have to sit down and read it all at once. Life Really Is Like That. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_1477270558

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Item Description: AuthorHouse, 2012. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Life s Like That was born when I was having trouble getting clients at the Family Counseling Center. That is a fancy name that came from my family counseling career. I thought I needed to get some ads in the local newspaper. That led to my meeting Mr Rowe Ray, the managing editor of the San Marcos Daily Record. I simply wanted to explore possibilities but ended with an invitation to write a weekly column for the newspaper. I can honestly say I never broke my word on confidentiality; i.e., everything we talked about stayed in the Center, everything that is except the funny things. I was counseling with a game warden that told me about a lady who was losing a sheep a night to one old hungry coyote. Whenever the warden came out, she would start feeling sorry for the coyote and asked the warden not to shoot it. Finally she had five sheep left. She called the warden and once again told him she wasn t ready to have him hunt down the coyote. The warden looked at the little flock of sheep and said, Mrs. Jones, whatever you say, but we ve only got five more days anyway. As you read this book there will be tears and sunshine. The good news is you don t have to sit down and read it all at once. Life Really Is Like That. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_1477270558

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Jerry McKee Bullock

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Item Description: AUTHORHOUSE, United States, 2012. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 231 x 157 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Life s Like That was born when I was having trouble getting clients at the Family Counseling Center. That is a fancy name that came from my family counseling career. I thought I needed to get some ads in the local newspaper. That led to my meeting Mr Rowe Ray, the managing editor of the San Marcos Daily Record. I simply wanted to explore possibilities but ended with an invitation to write a weekly column for the newspaper. I can honestly say I never broke my word on confidentiality; i.e., everything we talked about stayed in the Center, everything that is except the funny things. I was counseling with a game warden that told me about a lady who was losing a sheep a night to one old hungry coyote. Whenever the warden came out, she would start feeling sorry for the coyote and asked the warden not to shoot it. Finally she had five sheep left. She called the warden and once again told him she wasn t ready to have him hunt down the coyote. The warden looked at the little flock of sheep and said, Mrs. Jones, whatever you say, but we ve only got five more days anyway. As you read this book there will be tears and sunshine. The good news is you don t have to sit down and read it all at once. Life Really Is Like That. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781477270547

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Item Description: AUTHORHOUSE, United States, 2012. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 231 x 157 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Life s Like That was born when I was having trouble getting clients at the Family Counseling Center. That is a fancy name that came from my family counseling career. I thought I needed to get some ads in the local newspaper. That led to my meeting Mr Rowe Ray, the managing editor of the San Marcos Daily Record. I simply wanted to explore possibilities but ended with an invitation to write a weekly column for the newspaper. I can honestly say I never broke my word on confidentiality; i.e., everything we talked about stayed in the Center, everything that is except the funny things. I was counseling with a game warden that told me about a lady who was losing a sheep a night to one old hungry coyote. Whenever the warden came out, she would start feeling sorry for the coyote and asked the warden not to shoot it. Finally she had five sheep left. She called the warden and once again told him she wasn t ready to have him hunt down the coyote. The warden looked at the little flock of sheep and said, Mrs. Jones, whatever you say, but we ve only got five more days anyway. As you read this book there will be tears and sunshine. The good news is you don t have to sit down and read it all at once. Life Really Is Like That. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781477270547

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Feltwell, Ray - Clayton, G. A.

Published by Editorial Acribia, España (1963)

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Item Description: Editorial Acribia, España, 1963. Rústica. Book Condition: Buen estado. 19.5x12.5 cm.; 131 p. Col. Manuales de Técnica Agropecuaria. Este libro es traducción del Boletín número 67 "Turkeys" (edición actual 1959), y del Boletín núm. 185, A System of Turkey Breeding (edición actual 1962) publicados por el Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. Her Majesty's Stationery Office. London, Inglaterra. Traducido del inglés por A. Marcos y P. Martínez, Licenciados en Veterinaria. Bookseller Inventory # 004050

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