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Family and More : Enemies or Friends?

By: Helena Harper

Who influences us in our lives? How do they influence us? Whom do we call an enemy? Whom do we call a friend? And why? Why do we have relationships at all? These are the questions Helena Harper eloquently asks in her collection of poems that examines the relationships in her own life. She has had to rethink her definition of 'enemy', not least because her father was English and her mother German and they met in the aftermath of World War II in Germany. She has also been ...

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And Gulliver Returns Book II : Are We Digging Our Ecological Crypt

By: Bob Oconnor

Overpopulation is responsible for many of our planet's problems--global warming, the lack of fresh water, poverty, high gasoline and food prices, air and water pollutions, the scarcity of natural resources, the excess of wastes and their proper disposal, and even some wars. In the year 2020 Commander Lemuel Gulliver XVI returns from a twenty year odyssey around the solar system, searching for sites where the world's excess people can be re-located. He found none. On his ...

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Committing to Results : Improving the Effectiveness of Hiv/Aids As...

By: The World Bank

Economics

In 1981, only a year after the World Bank began direct lending for the health sector, the first cases of AIDS were detected, and by 1985 it was clear that HIV/AIDS had already spread widely in parts of Sub-Saharan Africa. In the two decades since, knowledge of HIV/AIDS has grown, but the epidemic continues to spread and erode development gains, not just in Africa, but in many parts of the world. Through the end of fiscal year 2004, the Bank had committed $2.5 billion in ...

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Zapysna Knyzhka : Opovidannia

By: Vynnychenko, Volodymyr, 1880-1951; Luczkiw, John, 1923-1974

From the library of John Luczkiw

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

Our music, our culture, our science, and our economic welfare all depend on a delicate balance between those ideas that are controlled and those that are free, between intellectual property and the public domain. In The Public Domain: Enclosing the Commons of the Mind (Yale University Press) James Boyle introduces readers to the idea of the public domain and describes how it is being tragically eroded by our current copyright, patent, and trademark laws. In a series of f...

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Dutch Fairy Tales for Young Folks

By: William Elliot Griffis

A collection of over twenty Dutch fairy tales including: The Entangled Mermaid, The Princess with Twenty Petticoats, and Why the Stork Loves Holland.

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Qu Es Ser Salvo Qu Es Nacer de Nuevo

By: Maria P. de Milla

Este libro es una InvitaciĀ¢n a experimentar estas dos realidades. EnseĀ¤a en forma clara y sencilla el significado de cada una de ellas y su efecto en nuestra vida terrenal y celestial.

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A Treatise on the Limitations of Police Power in the United States...

By: Christopher Gustavus Tiedeman
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Bozo and the Storyteller

By: Matt Jones

Reading age 10+ You might not know it but you, everyone you know and the world itself are all but figments in the imagination of a Storyteller on another planet. Each night foolish creatures called Bloons gather around him to listen to the latest crazy antics of Hoomanity. But it seems as though the Story itself has gotten out of control. The Hoomans appear set on a course of self-destruction and the Storyteller's health is failing as a result. A Bloon by the name of Boz...

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Z Zhurboiu Radist Obnialas

By: Oles, O., 1878-1944

From the library of John Luczkiw

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Cops Program and the Spread of Community Policing Practices, 1995-2000

By: Calvin C. Johnson

Legal Reference Publication

Introduction: The Clinton administration?s Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) program is most visibly associated with the goal of placing 100,000 police officers on the streets of the U.S. However, the program had a second goal: encouraging law enforcement agencies to adopt the operating principles of community policing. Early in his tenure as the first appointed director of the COPS Office, Joseph Brann alluded to this goal in Congressional testimony (Brann, 19...

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A Theory of Countertrade Financing of International Business

By: Parsons, John E

MIT Libraries ; MIT Libraries

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Higher Education of Women in Europe

By: Helene Lange
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Sisters of Glass

By: D. W. St. John

Excerpt: Karl Latte, best man ever worked for me. Unconventional.... auri cocks an eyebrow, what's that supposed to mean? independent as hell. Born five centuries too late, sees himself as a knight in black ostrich hide. Used to be a cop, but doesn't give a rat's hind end about law. Convince him you're the underdog, and he'll never quit?not while he breathes.

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Data Explosion Bringing Order to Chaos with Bioinformatics

By: Charles W. Schmidt

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Scientists say a clearer understanding of gene?toxicant interactions will provide significant new opportunities for protecting public health. But theres a catch: these toxicogenomics promises lie hidden in mountains of data. Thanks to technology advances, the nucleotide sequences that make up DNA, in addition to the amino acid sequences that make up proteins, are collected with robotic automation and stored by the millions in vast, expanding databases throughout...

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Died and Moved In

By: Christine Jones

Sarah wanted to escape the city life and her wealthy family. Moving from mainland Australia, she purchased a farm in Tasmania. Persistent, yet green to rural living, the new next door neighbour has her attention and she is out to win his heart in the most embarrassing ways. A family tragedy turns her life upside down and her little farm into spook central. Learn the secrets of the after life; you too may have many freeloaders at your address and not all were once human. ...

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And Gulliver Returns Book V : My Visit to Singaling

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

Overpopulation is responsible for many of our planet's problems--global warming, the lack of fresh water, poverty, high gasoline and food prices, air and water pollutions, the scarcity of natural resources, the excess of wastes and their proper disposal, and even some wars. In the year 2020 Commander Lemuel Gulliver XVI returns from a twenty year odyssey around the solar system, searching for sites where the world's excess people can be re-located. He found none. On his ...

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Rossiia Nakanunie Dvadtsatago Stolietiia

By: Chicherin, Boris Nikolaevich, 1828-1904

Subject: Russian language; National characteristics, Russian; Transliteration

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Policing by Injunction : Problem-Oriented Dimensions of Civil Gang...

By: Edward L. Allan

Legal Reference Publication

Excerpt: Civil gang abatement employs civil injunctions to abate persistent public nuisance activity by gangs in specific neighborhoods. Civil gang abatement has been promoted as a problem-oriented response - a proactive, flexible strategy that incorporates community involvement in the decision to acquire an injunction. This research explored the dimensions of flexibility and community involvement in the acquisition stage of the injunction process. Using court records an...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI
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