Passion Punch to Success

Passion Punch to Success ebook ISBN: 9781644676196
Author: Albert Garibaldi
Number of Pages: 96 
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How do you overcome learning disabilities to achieve great success?Speaker, author and top producing real estate advisor Albert Garibaldi shares his passionate and exceptional recipe in Passion PUNCH to Success.Garibaldi shares how he went from zero to millions in home sales while staying committed to fitness, his family and happiness. Garibaldi is a riveting public speaker, known for his motivation and inspiration. In this new book, he walks through what it takes to make a successful lifestyle that includes success in fitness, home, and business. In Passion PUNCH to Success the keys lie in Patience, being Unstoppable, having No Excuses, living with Courage, and choosing Happiness. It's all in the PUNCH! to hear Albert speak about his secret success sauce.


Cocktails ebook ISBN: 9780955627606
Publisher: diffordsguide
Author: Simon Difford
Number of Pages: 430 
File: cocktails.pdf
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Contains 432 pages including a massive 2,200 cocktail recipes, stipulating the correct glass and illustrated with a colour photograph. This encyclopaedic tome also includes the history of cocktails as well as illustrated reviews of the cocktail bars.

Mr. Punch's History of Modern England Vol. II—1857-1874 (of 4 ) (Illustrations)

Mr. Punch's History of Modern England Vol. II—1857-1874 (of 4 ) (Illustrations) ebook ISBN:
Author: Charles Larcom Graves
Number of Pages: 211 
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Example in this ebook PART I THE NATIONAL OUTLOOK Mr. PUNCH'S HISTORY OF MODERN ENGLAND THE AGE OF NON-INTERVENTION "Whether splendidly isolated or dangerously isolated, I will not now debate; but for my part I think splendidly isolated, because this isolation of England comes from her superiority." These words were used by Sir Wilfrid Laurier in 1896, but they were prompted by a retrospect of the Victorian age, and may serve as a motto for the policy which governed England in her relations with foreign countries in the period surveyed in this volume. There was serious friction with France in the early days of the Empire owing to the distrust of the Emperor's warlike preparations and his manipulation of the opportunities presented by his assistance of Italy in 1859. In the war of North and South in America, England as a whole "backed the wrong horse," and English diplomacy mishandled the obligations of our neutrality. We were on the verge of war over the Trent case, and the slackness of the Government in failing to detain the Alabama burdened the country with a costly legacy of moral and intellectual damage—to say nothing of pecuniary loss. Popular sentiment was strongly anti-Prussian in the war on Denmark in 1864; misgivings of Prussian aggression were heightened by the crushing defeat of Austria in 1866 and the French débâcle in 1870. Yet the old diplomacy, whatever its shortcomings, kept us out of European wars. The Court as well as the Government strove hard for peace in 1859; the Queen's influence was successfully exerted to prevent interference on behalf of Denmark in 1864, which had been foreshadowed in a menacing message to Austria from Lord Palmerston. After the defeat of the Austrians at Sadowa in 1866, Disraeli justified abstention from unnecessary interference in European politics, on the ground that England had outgrown the European Continent, and was really more of an Asiatic than a European power. With Gladstone the restraining motive was economic rather than anti-imperialist, though his distrust of a "spirited foreign policy" became more pronounced in later years. But under Liberals and Conservatives alike, non-intervention in European wars remained the unbroken rule, and the only serious military operations undertaken between 1857 and 1874 were those involved in the suppression of a great revolt within our own dominions. The Chinese quarrel was the only cloud on the horizon in the beginning of 1857. Parliament was dissolved as the result of the vote of censure passed in the Commons, but Palmerston was returned with a strong majority, and the pacificists under Cobden lost their seats, Punch expressing the hope that Cobden might be "master of himself though China fall." The war with China was not a glorious page in our annals: it remained in abeyance during the Mutiny and was not concluded till 1860. Indirectly it was one of the means of saving India by the diversion of the troops intended for the Far East, and already at Singapore, to the relief of Bengal at the urgent summons of Lord Canning, the Governor-General of India. The first mention of the outbreak in Punch followed close on the tragedy of Meerut early in May. In his "Essence of Parliament" we read:— Lord Ellenborough delivered an alarmist speech about the mutinies in our Indian Army. Among other terrors, he was hideously afraid that Lord Canning, the Governor-General, had been taking some step which showed that he thought Christianity a true religion, but this damaging accusation was happily explained away. Lord Lansdowne was almost sure that Lord Canning could not so far have misconducted himself. To be continue in this ebook


Punch ebook ISBN:
Author: Mark Lemon,Henry Mayhew,Tom Taylor,Shirley Brooks,Francis Cowley Burnand,Owen Seaman
Number of Pages: N.A 
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Duel for the Crown

Duel for the Crown ebook ISBN: 1476733228
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Author: Linda Carroll,David Rosner
Number of Pages: 368 
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A gripping look at the great duel between Affirmed, the last horse to win the Triple Crown—comprised of the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes, and the Belmont Stakes—and his archrival, Alydar. From the moment they first galloped head-to-head in Saratoga Springs, the two chestnut colts showed they were the stuff of racing legend. Alydar, all muscle with a fearsome closing kick, was already the popular favorite to win the Kentucky Derby. Affirmed, deceptively laid-back streamlined elegance, was powered forward by his steely determination not to settle for second place. In the Sport of Kings, the Triple Crown is the most valued prize, requiring a horse to win not just one race, but three: the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes, and the Belmont Stakes. And 1978 would not be just for the record books, but also one of the greatest dramas ever played out in the racing world. There were names to conjure with, worthy of the Sport of Kings. The bloodline of Native Dancer. The teen wonderboy jockey Steve Cauthen. The once unbeatable Calumet Farm—the Damn Yankees of the racing world—now in eclipse and hoping for a comeback. The newcomer Harbor View Farm—owned by brash financier Louis Wolfson, who wouldn’t let even a conviction and a prison sentence for securities violations stand in the way of his dreams of glory. And the racetracks themselves: Belmont, Saratoga, Pimlico. And, of course, Churchill Downs. It has been thirty-five years since Affirmed and Alydar fought for the Triple Crown, thirty-five years when no other horse has won it. Duel for the Crown brings this epic battle to life. Not just two magnificent Thoroughbreds but the colorful human personalities surrounding them, caught up in an ever-intensifying battle of will and wits that lasted until the photo finish of the final Triple Crown race . . . and Alydar and Affirmed leaped into the history books.

Braided Lives

Braided Lives ebook ISBN: 1604868775
Publisher: PM Press
Author: Marge Piercy
Number of Pages: 456 
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Jill and Donna are cousins and lifelong best friends but could not be more different. Despite their contrasting characters, fiercely independent, dark, street-smart Jill and pretty, blond, alluring Donna are very close, attending college together in Ann Arbor and then moving to New York City after graduation. Ultimately veering onto different life paths, they both experience love, betrayal, friendship, pain, independence, and fear. Though their fates differ as widely as their personalities, both reflect the danger that sex poses for women during a time in which abortions are illegal: an affair could destroy a woman's life, and a chance encounter or a night of love could be a matter of life and death. Spanning 20 years and teeming with vivid characters, this poignant novel tells the powerful, unsentimental story of two young women coming of age in a time of enormous social upheaval.

Rage of Passion

Rage of Passion ebook ISBN: 1469170388
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Lea Marie
Number of Pages: 213 
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Twenty three year old FAITH HEART lived a quiet life in her home town of Rosebay, but a day at the town fair would change her life forever when a handsome man walked into her life. JAMES CARTER had a smile that would melt any girls heart and Faith fell instantly in love but little did she know James was harbouring a secret and when the truth revels itself it sends her broken heart into a tail spin to hell. Until she met LANCE MILLER or so she thought, throwing her fate into JAMES CARTERS hands all over again.

Passion's Prize

Passion's Prize ebook ISBN: 1462837220
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Kitchie
Number of Pages: 274 
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Set against the anarchy of the Civil War, this novel tells the story of the raven-haired beauty Lynora Hollingsworth, daughter of a wealthy plantation owner, an aspiring young artist who spends one wild, enchanting evening in the arms of a stranger, but plans to spend the rest of her life in a marriage that has the approval of her family. However, when her fianc rapes her, she decides to strike out on her own rather than subject herself or the child she has discovered she is carrying to this mans cruelty. Rene Michael DuClaire, gambler and notorious rake, to whom she flees for asylum, is also the handsome stranger to whom she has given her heart. When he surmises her condition and realizes he is the father, he marries her against her will. It is a stormy relationship exacerbated by the onslaught of the Civil War, a conflict over which all characters must make some tough decisions regarding their own comfort and their consciences. There are various subplots in the story. One of them deals with the rejected suitors espionage for the Union army, and reveals his sinister nature in his desire for revenge. Another has to do with an Underground Railroad system in Louisiana, and a third deals with the drama of the Civil War itself on the people it touched in the swampy city of New Orleans and surrounding area. The scenes that relate to the war have been researched and are essentially factual, including the shipyard strike, all battle scenes, and even the explosion of the powder plant in Gretna. The captains, majors, and generals were all real people involved in the war at the places described. Only the lieutenants and privates are fictional.

Passion For Piecing

Passion For Piecing ebook ISBN: 1607051141
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc
Author: Claudia Clark Myers
Number of Pages: 128 
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Pieced Masterpieces You Can Make. 16 glorious quilts use Pineapples, LeMoyne Stars, Mariner's Compass, and Fan blocks in ways you've never seen before. Designs based on Claudia's winning entries in major shows and competitions. Photo galleries of 22 award-winning quilts. Full-size paper piecing patterns. Variety of quilts for skill levels from intermediate to advanced. Claudia Clark Myers helps you create a masterwork by making a few easy changes in the way you think about quilt settings and combining blocks and colors. Bring your style to life with precision piecing, paper piecing, and Claudia's Magic 3-Pin method for sewing perfect curves.

Mr. Punch's Golf Stories

Mr. Punch's Golf Stories ebook ISBN: 1465520783
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
Author: Various
Number of Pages: N.A 
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Great Drawings and Illustrations from Punch, 1841-1901

Great Drawings and Illustrations from Punch, 1841-1901 ebook ISBN: 9780486241104
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Author: Stanley Appelbaum,Richard Michael Kelly
Number of Pages: 133 
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192 drawings by 25 artists: Phiz, Leech, Tenniel, du Maurier, Sambourne.

A Preacher's Passion

A Preacher's Passion ebook ISBN: 0758258526
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
Author: Lutishia Lovely
Number of Pages: 352 
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Passion Perkins is hot to trot. After being celibate for five long years, she's ready, willing, and able to end her drought. But she's also determined to hold out for Mr. Right... a man her friends say doesn't exist-until Lavon Chapman walks into her life: a powerful and handsome man who has come to the community to film an inspirational DVD about Passion's minister, Doctor Stanley Lee, and his fiery wife, Carla Lee. But Lavon is only in town for eight weeks...

Pain and Passion

Pain and Passion ebook ISBN: 1554902991
Publisher: ECW Press
Author: Heath McCoy
Number of Pages: 336 
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Established in the 1940s by the legendary Stu Hart, Stampede Wrestling was a founding wrestling company that was highly influential. This dramatic account follows Stampedes blood-on-the-mat saga of more than 50 years, from its grassroots beginnings in Calgary to its rise and bitter fall. Despite hosting some of the biggest names in the sport and developing many modern day wrestling staples, such as ladder matches, the emergence in the 1980s of the wildly popular WWE ultimately doomed the Stampede league to closure. The Hart family crumbled along with the league, with son Owen dying in the ring and other members torn apart by begrudging feuds and internal strife. Full of violence, sex, and drugs, this is a gripping tale of the birth of professional wrestling.

All Passion Denied

All Passion Denied ebook ISBN: 1479702943
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: William Mitchell Ross
Number of Pages: 186 
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During a violent and powerful mid-summer thunderstorm that shook the city of Monroe, Wisconsin, Dr. George Andrew Buckle was waiting for his wife, Dr. Ingrid Lindquist, at the country club. He was highly agitated because the storm caused his wife to cancel their dinner date. After several drinks, he made his way unsteadily to his car in the parking lot. As he approached his car, an unknown person emerged from the hedge row and fired three shots killing him. The murder rocked the city. The violent death of a world renown heart surgeon put everyone on edge. Police and Fire Commissioner, Roger Nussbaum, instructed Police Chief Brandon Johns to solve the murder quickly and restore calm to the city. The police think they have a prime suspect identified, but Detective Samantha Gates has her doubts. In the meantime, a priest at St. Michaels Catholic Church, Father Bernard, is intrigued by the case and pursues his own line of inquiry. His curiosity and interest could lead to tragic consequences.

Passion in Punxy

Passion in Punxy ebook ISBN: 1628303220
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc
Author: Roni Adams
Number of Pages: 59 
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Traveling to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania to cover Groundhog Day is the worst thing reporter Amy Mitchell can think of. Until, that is, she gets stranded in a snowstorm and has to find refuge with a family who are part of the famous Phil’s inner circle. Maybe she can turn her bad luck into breaking news if she can uncover animal abuse in this strange town that seems to have gone insane. Cozying up to the small town veterinarian, in the hopes to get a scoop, certainly won’t be a hardship either. Ken Patterson has been one of Punxsutawney Phil’s handlers for several years. He’s not excited about having to be hospitable to a reporter who seems to be looking for any hint of mistreatment of Phil. Since he already lost his wife, when he put his groundhog before his marriage, Ken wasn’t worried about Amy finding any wrongdoings. But he was afraid she might find a way into this heart.

A Passion for Leadership

A Passion for Leadership ebook ISBN: 1434377032
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Author: Wayne Kehl
Number of Pages: 232 
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At the center of this poetic journey, is a woman desperately seeking to understand the events of her life and herself. She explores possible reasons for the intense loneliness she experienced as a child, which spilled over into womanhood. Sandy Lever courageously reveals some of her own closely guarded family secrets and shares candid selections of her stepfather's poetry. In writing and sharing her journey, Sandy Lever, (the author) learns that love, healing and forgiveness are gifts we choose to give or withhold. As she moves forward to better perspectives on life, love and self, she finds forgiveness and a truly genuine love for her father and herself.

Putting Emotional Intelligence To Work

Putting Emotional Intelligence To Work ebook ISBN: 1136010971
Publisher: Routledge
Author: David Ryback
Number of Pages: 208 
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Putting Emotional Intelligence to Work offers a new paradigm of communication for the 21st-century workplace. Beginning with the thoughts of communication pioneer Carl Rogers, this book covers the origins and history of emotional intelligence, why it is essential at this point in the changing marketplace, how to delegate and negotiate more effectively, and how to change yourself to become a more effective player. An EQ (Emotional Quotient) survey helps you determine where you are on the scale of executive intelligence. Putting Emotional Intelligence to Work leaves you with a greater understanding of the new work ethic for 21st-century leadership, its business and personal benefits, how to teach it in a corporate setting, and how to build self-managed teams with the right mix and match of personality types. Dr. Ryback's book brings many resources together to consolidate an approach to business that combines the practical with the thoughtful, emotional, and intuitive. A new paradigm for leadership in the 21st century is demonstrated clearly and incisively. David Ryback, Ph.D. is a management consultant and speaker on personal and organizational success. His experience encompasses business management and government consulting, as well as teaching at Emory University's School of Business. His diverse client base includes the US Department of Defense, government legal offices, financial institutions, manufacturers_both domestic and international, health care organizations, and national retail outlets. In Putting Emotional Intelligence to Work, Dr. Ryback brings many resources together to consolidate an approach to business that combines the practical with the thoughtful, emotional, and intuitive. A new paradigm for leadership in the 21st century is demonstrated clearly and incisively.