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At First Blush

At First Blush ebook ISBN: 168119189X
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Author: Beth Ellyn Summer
Number of Pages: 250 
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Finding the perfect lip gloss? Easy. Finding your way in the world? A whole lot harder . . . Who would have thought that a teenager could have a successful career creating makeup tutorial videos on YouTube? For Lacey Robbins, this dream has been her reality. An up-and-coming YouTuber, she has thousands of fans and can't wait for the day when her subscriber count reaches the one million mark. And when she is offered a high school internship at On Trend Magazine, she figures that this could be the make it or break it moment. But sometimes your dream job isn't all that it seems. Her editor is only interested in promoting junk products, and her boss in the Hair and Makeup department introduces her to the larger world of makeup artistry, making her wonder if making tutorials online is all she is meant to do. To top it all off, when the magazine's feature subject, musician Tyler Lance, turns his broodingly handsome smile her way, falling for him could mean losing her fans, forcing her to make a decision: her YouTube life or her real life? Fans of Zoella's Girl Online will fall right into the world of this YA The Devil Wears Prada and stay hooked from the first blush to the last glossy kiss.

At First Blush

At First Blush ebook ISBN: 9780473349035
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Author: Abigail Hawk
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Dawn Fitzpatrick was only a little girl when she discovered our world is not as it seems. While playing on the beach one fine, summer day, she meets a strange young boy named Cijal. There's just one twist: Cijal isn't human. He's a Nereidis, a member of a race of powerful super-humans who live in secret beneath the sea.

At First Blush

At First Blush ebook ISBN: 9780971154995
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Author: N.A
Number of Pages: 370 
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A collection of first loves, first kisses, first sex, first bad sex, first breakups, first losses, and all the many other firsts that define our lives and make us who we are.

Cosmetic Safety

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Author: Dori Stehlin
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Dawn’s First Blush

Dawn’s First Blush ebook ISBN: 1493180495
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Ronald C. Beach/Lee W. Pitts
Number of Pages: 198 
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Dawn’s First Blush with its sparkling glow was still shining brightly through the single dingy window of the building securely tucked away in on of Montana’s dense forests, but its warmth brought no comfort to those inside the small building. It only succeeded in chilling their hearts, as this, like other days, merely seemed to bring them closer to an unknown fate. Some of those in the small cabin had been there for over a week while others had been shoved into the building before the morning’s first blush. All but two of the captives wore disheveled street garb familiar to the homeless – threadbare clothes that had seen their better days, fingerless gloves and shoes with holes showing through the soles. There were no exceptions of this general rule other than the two men who sat shoulder to shoulder in a corner whispering in low voices. Dressed in what were once fine suits, with white shirts and silk ties, they sat huddled in bewilderment. Their fine suits now disheveled and wrinkled, the shirts no longer white and the ties strained and hanging askew around their necks, Their faces were covered with lacerations, the handiwork of the men who had overpowered them as they approached the gate leading to the camp.

First Blush

First Blush ebook ISBN: 1938710282
Publisher: Street Car Mysteries
Author: Robert Bruce Stewart,M.E. Meegs
Number of Pages: 264 
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First Blush

First Blush ebook ISBN: 9780999741634
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Author: Dan Hill
Number of Pages: 226 
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First Blush is twice as large in scope as any study ever conducted before that links eye-tracking technology and world-class art works. This book simultaneously draws on facial coding to capture and identify people's quick, real-time emotional responses to 88 notable creations. Across mediums, artists included range from da Vinci and Rembrandt to Van Gogh, Picasso, Warhol, Basquiat, Mapplethorpe, Liebovitz, Koons, and Sherman, among others.

Essential 25000 English-Cebuano Law Dictionary

Essential 25000 English-Cebuano Law Dictionary ebook ISBN:
Publisher: Nam H Nguyen
Author: Nam H Nguyen
Number of Pages: 5816 
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a great resource anywhere you go; it is an easy tool that has just the words you want and need! The entire dictionary is an alphabetical list of Law words with definitions. This eBook is an easyto- understand guide to Law terms for anyone anyways at any time. usa ka dakung kapanguhaan bisan asa ka moadto; kini usa ka sayon nga himan nga adunay mga pulong lamang nga imong gusto ug gikinahanglan! Ang tibuok nga diksyonaryo usa ka lista sa alpabetiko sa mga pulong sa Balaod nga adunay mga kahulugan. Ang kini nga eBook usa ka sayon nga pagsabut nga giya sa mga termino sa Balaod alang sa bisan kinsa bisan unsang panahon.

The First Historians

The First Historians ebook ISBN: 9780271044699
Publisher: Penn State Press
Author: Baruch Halpern
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Saving Our Children from the First Amendment

Saving Our Children from the First Amendment ebook ISBN: 0814786936
Publisher: NYU Press
Author: Kevin W. Saunders
Number of Pages: 307 
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The First Amendment is vital to our political system, our cultural institutions, and our routine social interactions with others. In this provocative book, Kevin Saunders asserts that freedom of expression can be very harmful to our children, making it more likely that they will be the perpetrators or victims of violence, will grow up as racists, or will use alcohol or tobacco. Saving Our Children from the First Amendment examines both the value and cost of free expression in America, demonstrating how an unregulated flow of information can be detrimental to youth. While the great value of the First Amendment is found in its protection of our most important political freedoms, this is far more significant for adults, who can fully grasp and benefit from the freedom of expression, than for children. Constitutional prohibitions on distributing sexual materials to children, Saunders proposes, should be expanded to include violent, vulgar, or profane materials, as well as music that contains hate speech. Saunders offers an insightful meditation on the problem of protecting our children from the negative effects of freedom of expression without curtailing First Amendment rights for adults.

Shades of Difference

Shades of Difference ebook ISBN: 081223832X
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Author: Sujata Iyengar
Number of Pages: 310 
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Was there such a thing as a modern notion of race in the English Renaissance, and, if so, was skin color its necessary marker? In fact, early modern texts described human beings of various national origins—including English—as turning white, brown, tawny, black, green, or red for any number of reasons, from the effects of the sun's rays or imbalance of the bodily humors to sexual desire or the application of makeup. It is in this cultural environment that the seventeenth-century London Gazette used the term "black" to describe both dark-skinned African runaways and dark-haired Britons, such as Scots, who are now unquestioningly conceived of as "white." In Shades of Difference, Sujata Iyengar explores the cultural mythologies of skin color in a period during which colonial expansion and the slave trade introduced Britons to more dark-skinned persons than at any other time in their history. Looking to texts as divergent as sixteenth-century Elizabethan erotic verse, seventeenth-century lyrics, and Restoration prose romances, Iyengar considers the construction of race during the early modern period without oversimplifying the emergence of race as a color-coded classification or a black/white opposition. Rather, "race," embodiment, and skin color are examined in their multiple contexts—historical, geographical, and literary. Iyengar engages works that have not previously been incorporated into discussions of the formation of race, such as Marlowe's "Hero and Leander" and Shakespeare's "Venus and Adonis." By rethinking the emerging early modern connections between the notions of race, skin color, and gender, Shades of Difference furthers an ongoing discussion with originality and impeccable scholarship.

The First Star

The First Star ebook ISBN: 1588368947
Publisher: Random House
Author: Lars Anderson
Number of Pages: 272 
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In The First Star, acclaimed sports writer Lars Anderson recounts the thrilling story of Harold "Red" Grange, the Galloping Ghost of the gridiron, and the wild barnstorming tour that earned professional football a place in the American sporting firmament. Red Grange's on-field exploits at the University of Illinois, so vividly depicted in print by the likes of Grantland Rice and Damon Runyan, had already earned him a stature equal to that of Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey, and other titans of American sports' golden age. Then, in November 1925, Grange made the fateful decision to parlay his fame in pro ball, at the time regarded as inferior to the "purer" college game. Grange signed on with the dapper theater impresario and promoter C. C. Pyle, who had courted him with the promise of instant wealth and fame. Teaming with George Halas, the hard-nosed entrepreneurial boss of the cash-strapped Chicago Bears NFL franchise, Pyle and Grange crafted an audacious plan: a series of seventeen matches against pro teams and college "all-star" squads–an entire season's worth of games crammed into six punishing weeks that would forever change sports in America. With an unerring eye, Anderson evocatively captures the full scope of this frenetic Jazz Age spectacle. Night after night, the Bears squared off against a galaxy of legends–Jim Thorpe, George "Wildcat" Wilson, the "Four Horsemen of Notre Dame": Stuhldreher, Crowley, Miller, and Layden–while entertaining immense crowds. Grange's name alone could cause makeshift stadiums to rise overnight, as occurred in Coral Gables, Florida, for a Bears game against a squad of college stars. Facing constant physical punishment and nonstop attention from autograph hounds, gamblers, showgirls, and headhunting defensive backs, Grange nevertheless thrilled audiences with epic scoring runs and late-game heroics. Grange's tour alone did not account for the rise of the NFL, but in bringing star power to fans nationwide, Grange set the pro game on a course for dominance. A real-life story chock-full of timeless athletic feats and overnight fortunes, of speakeasies and public spectacles, The First Star is both an engrossing sports yarn and a meticulous cultural narrative of America in the age of Gatsby.

The Forbidden Relations and the Early Tannaim

The Forbidden Relations and the Early Tannaim ebook ISBN: 059587181X
Publisher: iUniverse
Author: John W. McGinley
Number of Pages: 242 
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Is there an idiosyncratically Jewish hermeneutic? Did such ever obtain in Jewish history? Is there an idiosyncratically Jewish theology? Did such ever obtain in Jewish history? Did the two ever obtain at once and together in Jewish history? The answer to all of these questions is: Yes. Come and explore -- with an idiosyncratically odd interpreter of things Jewish -- a special brief moment in the history of Jewish letters. One is speaking of roughly 75 CE to roughly 95 CE. Come and explore what was birthed in that time period. Come and explore how what was birthed in that time period came to be rejected and suppressed on the day of the coiled snake. Come and explore how, miraculously, what was rejected and suppressed ended up being re-inscribed in the final redaction of the Bavli, rendering that written production as the quintessential expression of what is idiosyncratically Jewish.

Workers’ Compensation Insurance: Claim Costs, Prices, and Regulation

Workers’ Compensation Insurance: Claim Costs, Prices, and Regulation ebook ISBN: 0585325308
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Author: David Durbin,Philip S. Borba
Number of Pages: 350 
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The articles in this volume were first presented at the Seventh and Eighth Conferences on Economic Issues in Workers' Compensation sponsored by the National Council on Compensation Insurance. A principal objective of the Conference series has been for workers' compensation insurance researchers to apply state-of-the-art research methodologies to policy questions of interest to the workers' compensation insurance community. This community is a rather diverse group--it includes employers, insurers, injured workers, regulators, and legislators, as well as those who service or represent these groups (e.g., physicians, rehabilitation specialists, labor unions). Despite this diversity and the variety of agendas, the Conference series continues to address many important policy questions. Readers familiar with the Conference series and the four previously published volumes should notice an evolution in terms of the topics addressed in this volume. In the earlier conferences, the topics were more often concerned with the underlying causes of the tremendous increase in workers' compensation benefit payments. In the present volume, h- ever, only four of the fourteen chapters directly concern workers' c- pensation insurance benefits, while the other ten concern the pricing of workers compensation insurance. This is not to suggest that workers' compensation cost increases have abated. In 1989, workers' compensation incurred losses exceeded $45 billion to continue the annual double-digit cost increases. Two explanations can be offered for the somewhat altered focus of this volume. First, despite the continued increase in prices, the financial results for the workers' compensation insurance line continue to be poor.