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Da Burnin' Place

Da Burnin' Place ebook ISBN: 097620116X
Publisher: Mark Stellinga
Author: Mark Stellinga
Number of Pages: 89 
File: da-burnin-place.pdf
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To read a synopsis and purchase this title please please visit my website at: / or phone me at 319-354-7287 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (IOWA) Mark Stellinga - the author.


AFTA ebook ISBN: 9813016515
Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian
Author: Pearl Imada,Seiji Naya
Number of Pages: 142 
File: afta.pdf
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Festschrift in honor of Kernial Singh Sandhu, d. 1992, director of ISEAS.

Da One

Da One ebook ISBN: 1499025491
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Claude Gooch
Number of Pages: 220 
File: da-one.pdf
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Jaquan Smiley, a successful, young, bachelor, just bumped into the gorgeous Chandra James inside Wal-Mart. He has a successful business, fine cars, a beautiful home, and young, attractive women vying for his attention...but he's missing one thing—that special someone to share in his life. The lovely, 40-something Chandra James is now living in Jackson, Mississippi, with her mother, trying to get her life back on track after escaping a volatile relationship with her ex-boyfriend in Memphis. She's not looking for a relationship--especially not one with a younger man. But Jaquan's kindness and persistence nearly sweeps her off her feet. Despite their age difference, can Chandra be Da One Jaquan has been looking for all of his life? Or will Jaquan’s overbearing, alcoholic, gold-digging mother succeed in coming between them? Moreover, will Chandra’s ex-lover, Michael, who has vowed to kill her once he's released from prison, destroy everything? In order to have a chance at true happiness and find love in each other’s arms, they must overcome all of the pitfalls and obstacles that come to test their relationship. This exciting, new novel by Claude Gooch is definitely a page-turner that will have you sitting on the edge of your seat! Read and find out if Jaquan has found Da One...

Reales Staats-

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Author: Johann Hübner
Number of Pages: N.A 
File: reales-staats.pdf
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The Dimensions of Regional Trade Integration in Southeast Asia

The Dimensions of Regional Trade Integration in Southeast Asia ebook ISBN:
Publisher: International Law and Developm
Author: Mohammed Zakirul Hafez
Number of Pages: 486 
File: the-dimensions-of-regional-trade-integration-in-southeast-asia.pdf
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This is the first comprehensive work on the free trade area of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Free Trade Area (AFTA). The author argues that in practice the free trade area of ASEAN is a failure and that, unless AFTA leaders take serious measures to improve it, it will change from being "not that useful" into being completely "useless." Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint.

Federal Digest

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Author: N.A
Number of Pages: N.A 
File: federal-digest.pdf
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Big Happiness

Big Happiness ebook ISBN: 0824860926
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Author: Mark Panek
Number of Pages: 304 
File: big-happiness.pdf
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"Big Happiness is extremely important to our community. Mark Panek's biography of Percy Kipapa speaks to the consequences of the destruction of Hawai'i's rural neighborhoods, unchecked development, the ice epidemic, the failures of government, sumo, intricate family and neighbor relationships, and more. What is most impressive is Panek's ability to weave all of these complex topics together in a seamless narrative that connects all the dots. Part mystery, part investigative journalism, part poignant Island portrait, this work contains an emotional element that binds the reader to the subjects in a dignified yet touching way, showing compassion and even affection for people while revealing their flaws and shortcomings. This book will resonate with an Island audience and with anyone interested in Hawai'i." --Victoria Kneubuhl, Hawai'i writer and playwright "This book tells of personal triumphs and failures, and also the triumphs and failures of families, communities, organizations, agencies, governments, and churches dealing with the multiple consequences of 'progress' in contemporary Hawai'i. There have been heroes and villains at all levels--frequently, the same individuals and agencies are both at the same time. The story of Percy Kipapa is especially poignant because professional sumo gave him a unique opportunity to transcend Hawai'i's culture of colonialism, racism, poverty, and drug addiction, which in the end all brought him down anyway. Mark Panek has done a masterful job of weaving these strands together."--Reverend Bob Nakata, former Hawai'i state senator "Spanning the history of Waikane and the brutality of Japan's national sport, Big Happiness is a remarkably ambitious piece that links one man's murder to the ice epidemic, land development, and political corruption in Hawai'i. Mark Panek's meticulously researched, skillfully written, heartbreaking story, filled with voices that ring true, is an indictment of an entire system that crushed a gentle giant. While other Hawai'i writers dwell in 'take me back to da kine' nostalgia, Panek tells it like it really is." --Chris McKinney, author of The Tattoo and Mililani Mauka