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Life on the Family Farm: Under an Open Heaven

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Life on the Family Farm: Under an Open Heaven by Tom Heck
English | 2014 | ASIN: B00QZ1SFOG | 256 pages | EPUB/MOBI | 1 MB

Life on the Family Farm: Under an Open Heaven
"You are the most God-gifted writer I've ever had," Tom's college professor told him. However, Tom quit college; his love of farming drew him back to the farm. Thirty years later, Tom picked up the pen again, drawing readers into farming adventures with him. In these exciting and uplifting true stories, he shares his love of farming, family, and God. His unique writing style brings the reader right alongside him and his family as they work on their northern Wisconsin dairy farm.

Tom's stories have spread like wildfire from his hometown newspaper to papers across America. Readers tell him, "Please don't quit writing." Others ask him, "When are you going to make it a book?" Due to popular demand here it is.

From quotes like "Dad, I really enjoyed fixing that with you" to "She's a dead cow don't call me anymore," these engaging stories will keep you turning the pages to read one story, then another. As you do, you will be blessed as so many others have been.

Come, read, and enjoy our farm life with us.
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Her Sweet Liberation by Drew Sinclair

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Her Sweet Liberation by Drew Sinclair
Drew Sinclair | 2015 | English | ASIN: B00RGYE2PW | 118 Pages | EPUB | 0.2 MB
Dale Hargrave struggles in his relentless pursuit of Lindsay Day. Will his world collapse around him if he finally get what he wants or will Lindsay give in to her deepest desire and bend to his will?

Her Sweet Liberation by Drew Sinclair
Will Ruben ever reveal to Suzy the truth about his painful past? Will Nadia be able to reveal the truth about her father to Lindsay without bringing down the Hargrave empire? Find out the answer to these and more questions in the grand finale to this epic series of red hot, thigh clenching stories!
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The Austrian Army 1740-80 (1): Cavalry (Men-at-Arms Series 271)

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Philip Haythornthwaite, Bill Younghusband – The Austrian Army 1740-80 (1): Cavalry
Osprey Publishing | 1994 | ISBN: 1855324156 | English | 49 pages | PDF | 16.7 MB
Men-at-Arms Series 271

The Austrian Army 1740-80 (1): Cavalry (Men-at-Arms Series 271)
Austria was both a major participant and one of the causes of hostilities in the wars of the mid-18th century. The death of the Habsburg Emperor Charles VI in October 1740 set in motion the first of the major wars of the time. His heir was a daughter, Maria Theresa, who was destined become one of the greatest figures in the history of the 18th century. The Hapsburg territories were immense, and a key unifying factor was the army itself, that embraced all nationalities and drew its personnel from Hapsburg lands and beyond. This title, the first in a sequence of three, takes a close look at the organisation, uniforms and equipment of the cavalry of the Austrian Army during Maria Theresa's reign, covering cuirassiers, dragoons, hussars, and chevauxleger.
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Talk at Work: Interaction in Institutional Settings

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Talk at Work: Interaction in Institutional Settings (Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics) by Paul Drew and John Heritage
English | 1993 | ISBN: 0521374898 | 592 pages | PDF | 19 MB

Talk at Work: Interaction in Institutional Settings
Talk at Work is a major collection of studies of language and interaction in a wide variety of institutional and workplace settings, including doctor-patient consultations, legal hearings, mass media, job interviews, visits by health visitors, psychiatric interviews, and calls to emergency services.
A theoretical overview of the distinctive contribution made by conversation analysis to our understanding of talk in institutional contexts is followed by reports of the contributors' original empirical research.
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Issachar Bates: A Shaker’s Journey

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Issachar Bates: A Shaker's Journey by Carol Medlicott
English | 2013 | ISBN: 1611684196, 161168434X | 448 pages | PDF | 4 MB

Issachar Bates: A Shaker’s Journey
Issachar Bates (1758-1837) was a Revolutionary War veteran in rural upstate New York who, at the age of forty-three, abruptly turned from his family life to become a celibate Shaker. He immediately became instrumental in Shakerism's westward expansion, and his personal charisma, persuasive preaching, and musical talent helped stimulate the movement's growth. Bates drew "western" converts in abundance, profoundly changing the character of Shakerism by increasing its geographic reach. He also helped shape the Shakers' unique theology and hymnody through his many influential texts and songs.
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Pamela K. Gilbert, “Mapping the Victorian Social Body”

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Pamela K. Gilbert, "Mapping the Victorian Social Body (Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century)"
Publisher: State Univ. of NY Press | 2004 | ISBN: 0791460258/0791460266 | English | PDF | 245 pages | 6.1 Mb
"Explores how medical and social maps helped shape modern perceptions of space. …"

Pamela K. Gilbert, “Mapping the Victorian Social Body”
"Explores how medical and social maps helped shape modern perceptions of space.

The cholera epidemics that plagued London in the nineteenth century were a turning point in the science of epidemiology and public health, and the use of maps to pinpoint the source of the disease initiated an explosion of medical and social mapping not only in London but throughout the British Empire as well. Mapping the Victorian Social Body explores the impact of such maps on Victorian and, ultimately, present-day perceptions of space. Tracing the development of cholera mapping from the early sanitary period to the later "medical" period of which John Snow's work was a key example, the book explores how maps of cholera outbreaks, residents' responses to those maps, and the novels of Charles Dickens, who drew heavily on this material, contributed to an emerging vision of London as a metropolis. The book then turns to India, the metropole's colonial other and the perceived source of the disease. In India, the book argues, imperial politics took cholera mapping in a wholly different direction and contributed to Britons' perceptions of Indian space as quite different from that of home. The book concludes by tracing the persistence of Victorian themes in current discourse, particularly in terms of the identification of large cities with cancerous growth and of Africa with AIDS."

"…highly original … Gilbert's analysis seems an important addition to the panoply of Victorian epistemological innovations … and just as important in helping articulate modern social, political, and national identity." – Victorian Studies

"[Gilbert] brings the skills of literary and textual analysis to nineteenth-century British and colonial cartography, and the result is an intriguing and relatively unusual study." – Journal of British Studies

"There is no other study that brings the evolving tradition of health-related mapping to literature. This book will be a crucial portal through which literary scholars can see how epidemiology, mapmaking, and cultural theories of space can produce new readings of literature." – Laura Otis, editor of Literature and Science in the Nineteenth Century: An Anthology
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Pamela K. Gilbert, “Mapping the Victorian Social Body”

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Pamela K. Gilbert, "Mapping the Victorian Social Body (Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century)"
Publisher: State Univ. of NY Press | 2004 | ISBN: 0791460258/0791460266 | English | PDF | 245 pages | 6.1 Mb
"Explores how medical and social maps helped shape modern perceptions of space. …"

Pamela K. Gilbert, “Mapping the Victorian Social Body”
"Explores how medical and social maps helped shape modern perceptions of space.

The cholera epidemics that plagued London in the nineteenth century were a turning point in the science of epidemiology and public health, and the use of maps to pinpoint the source of the disease initiated an explosion of medical and social mapping not only in London but throughout the British Empire as well. Mapping the Victorian Social Body explores the impact of such maps on Victorian and, ultimately, present-day perceptions of space. Tracing the development of cholera mapping from the early sanitary period to the later "medical" period of which John Snow's work was a key example, the book explores how maps of cholera outbreaks, residents' responses to those maps, and the novels of Charles Dickens, who drew heavily on this material, contributed to an emerging vision of London as a metropolis. The book then turns to India, the metropole's colonial other and the perceived source of the disease. In India, the book argues, imperial politics took cholera mapping in a wholly different direction and contributed to Britons' perceptions of Indian space as quite different from that of home. The book concludes by tracing the persistence of Victorian themes in current discourse, particularly in terms of the identification of large cities with cancerous growth and of Africa with AIDS."

"…highly original … Gilbert's analysis seems an important addition to the panoply of Victorian epistemological innovations … and just as important in helping articulate modern social, political, and national identity." – Victorian Studies

"[Gilbert] brings the skills of literary and textual analysis to nineteenth-century British and colonial cartography, and the result is an intriguing and relatively unusual study." – Journal of British Studies

"There is no other study that brings the evolving tradition of health-related mapping to literature. This book will be a crucial portal through which literary scholars can see how epidemiology, mapmaking, and cultural theories of space can produce new readings of literature." – Laura Otis, editor of Literature and Science in the Nineteenth Century: An Anthology
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Bach’s Well-tempered Clavier: The 48 Preludes and Fugues by David Ledbetter

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Bach's Well-tempered Clavier: The 48 Preludes and Fugues by David Ledbetter
English | Nov 1, 2002 | ISBN: 0300097077 | 431 Pages | PDF | 5,4 MB

Bach’s Well-tempered Clavier: The 48 Preludes and Fugues by David Ledbetter
Bach's "Well-Tempered Clavier" (the 48 preludes and fugues) stands at the core of baroque keyboard music and has been a model and inspiration for performers and composers ever since it was written. This guide to the 96 pieces explains Bach's various purposes in compiling the music, describes the rich traditions on which he drew, and provides commentaries for each prelude and fugue. In his text, David Ledbetter addresses the focal points mentioned by Bach in his original 1722 title page. Drawing on Bach literature over the past 300 years, he explores German traditions of composition types and Bach's novel expansion of them; explains Bach's instruments and innovations in keyboard technique in the general context of early 18th-century developments; reviews instructive and theoretical literature relating to keyboard temperaments from 1680 to 1750; and discusses Bach's pedagogical intent when composing the "Well-Tempered Clavier". Ledbetter's commentaries on individual preludes and fugues should equip readers with the concepts necessary to make their own assessment and include information about the sources when details of notation, ornaments and fingerings have a bearing on performance.
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What Addicts Know: 10 Lessons from Recovery to Benefit Everyone

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What Addicts Know: 10 Lessons from Recovery to Benefit Everyone by Christopher Kennedy Lawford and Drew Pinksy
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1939529069, 1940363748 | 304 pages | EPUB | 0,3 MB

What Addicts Know: 10 Lessons from Recovery to Benefit Everyone
New York Times bestselling author Christopher Kennedy Lawford revisits addiction in his latest book, What Addicts Know, this time framing the discussion in an entirely new way-the lessons addiction and recovery offer to those of us who haven't battled addiction.

For too long, society has considered addicts as an unfortunate group that faces incredible and unique challenges. The reality is that the challenges of the addict are faced-to a greater or lesser extent-by all of us.

In a "more is better" society, it's indisputable that we've all experienced cravings and denied the truth about our destructive behaviors-traits shared by addicts who've successfully overcome them. What Addicts Know offers the coping and wellness skills necessary to overcome life's obstacles and self-improvement tips for everything from conquering an unhealthy consumption of junk food, to overcoming toxic relationships. These techniques are not just for addicts; they are for all of us.

No one until now has related the lessons and life skills that can be drawn from the collective experience of people in recovery from addiction, particularly the ways those lessons or principles can be used by those in the broader non-recovery community. In What Addicts Know, Lawford recounts the inspiring stories and wisdom of recovering addicts, combining them with cutting-edge scientific findings to give hands-on, practical techniques for recognizing unhealthy impulses and managing them.

If you're ready to change for the better your habits, your frame of mind, your relationships, your community, and your life, What Addicts Know is the resource that will educate and inspire you along the way.
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