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Blocked ebook ISBN:
Publisher: A. Woodley
Author: N.A
Number of Pages: 19 
File: blocked.pdf
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Jasmine had a nasty case of writer’s block; this is a fictional short story of how she overcame it, eventually. A short story with a touch of humour.

Blocked on Weibo

Blocked on Weibo ebook ISBN: 159558871X
Publisher: New Press, The
Author: Jason Ng
Number of Pages: 240 
File: blocked-on-weibo.pdf
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Lists over one hundred words and phrases that are blocked on China's most popular social networking site, offering possible explanations as to why these terms are deemed so damaging or dangerous by the government.

The Blocked Trail

The Blocked Trail ebook ISBN: 1434477223
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
Author: Johnston McCulley
Number of Pages: 260 
File: the-blocked-trail.pdf
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A Western involving a ranger named Dan Riley who is on the trail of four outlaws to either capture or slay them and vindicate himself.

God Blocked It!

God Blocked It! ebook ISBN: 1617773026
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Author: Kristen Lambert
Number of Pages: 105 
File: god-blocked-it.pdf
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Sometimes the rockiest path can lead to the greatest destination. As a young woman, Kristen Lambert engaged in dangerous behaviors. She experimented with marijuana. She drank in excess and often drove home drunk from the clubs. And then she fell in love with a married woman. Kristen was not a lesbian, but the love and affection that her girlfriend showed nurtured her in a way that her absentee father and sexually abusive mother's boyfriend had not. Soon, the relationship soured, and Kristen was lost. Not knowing where else to turn, Kristen found God. She had always called herself a Christian, but she hadn't always practiced. As she began to apply Christian faith and practices to her life, something unexpected happened – her life started to get better! In her gritty and honest memoir, God Blocked It!: How I Overcame Sin and Adversity, Lambert reflects on her unusual path to God. Lambert will show you that sometimes even the rockiest path can still lead to salvation.

The Blocked Heart

The Blocked Heart ebook ISBN: 9780811205788
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
Author: Edwin Brock
Number of Pages: 55 
File: the-blocked-heart.pdf
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Blocked Blessings the Onesimus Factor

Blocked Blessings the Onesimus Factor ebook ISBN: 160477973X
Publisher: Xulon Press
Author: Anthony Jobe
Number of Pages: 88 
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If you've tried everything to get God's favor but you keep coming up empty, then this book may be exactly what you've been looking for. "Blocked Blessings The Onesimus Factor" is a down to earth insightful book that will reveal one of the most overlooked reasons why Christians experience limited blessings. Loaded with spiritual insight, and personal stories, this book will give you keys for releasing God's blessings in your everyday life. The Lord is more than willing to bless His people but certain conditions must first be met. Don't let another day go by without the Lord's favor in your life. Anthony E. Jobe, is currently the senior pastor of God's New Creation Church in Fort Worth, Texas. He accepted his call to the ministry in 1982 at the age of twenty-four. Anthony enrolled in Moody Bible Institute and the Andersonville Theological Seminary, where he received a bachelor Degree in Theology. He also has organized and led numerous crusades and bible studies in the community, and has preached multiple times in the men's unit at Ferguson Prison. Anthony has a wife by the name of Cecelia, and four lovely children, and several grandchildren. His Passion has been for building Unity in the church among ALL people, and preaching the gospel in a simple and down to earth way!


Blocked ebook ISBN: 1732942072
Publisher: Cedrona Enterprises
Author: Jami Davenport
Number of Pages: 311 
File: blocked.pdf
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Axel: Playing for the Seattle Sockeyes is a dream come true. Yet in less than twenty-four hours, my life is a hot mess, and my dream has turned into a nightmare. It all starts when I have a one-night stand with my teammate's wife, only I'm not aware she's married, let alone his wife. Now she's stalking me, my teammate hates me, and I'm madly attracted to his sister. Not a situation I'd wish on anyone, especially me.

Cop Blocked

Cop Blocked ebook ISBN: 9781393854890
Author: Aubree Valentine
Number of Pages: 242 
File: cop-blocked.pdf
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Stability. Commitment. Love. Rachel Beasley wants it all. Being stood up was just par for the course. She knew the pitfalls of putting herself out there...again. But why waste a sitter and good night out when there's a hot guy licking his wounds at the bar just a few feet away? Logan Walsh likes his life the way it is. Unattached. Childless. Uncomplicated. Relationships were a minefield he'd rather not cross. It's not until kismet slides into the barstool next to him that he begins to question everything in his life he's held onto with an unbreakable conviction. Rachel is a lethal combination for a man like Logan...she's gorgeous, sassy, independent and as he soon finds out...a single mother. Minefield or not, he can't fight his feelings for Rachel or her adorable toddler and only one question is left to be answered. Can a man like Logan handle being cop blocked?

The Meteorological Magazine

The Meteorological Magazine ebook ISBN:
Author: George James Symons,Herbert Sowerby Wallis,Hugh Robert Mill
Number of Pages: N.A 
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100 Questions & Answers About Stroke

100 Questions & Answers About Stroke ebook ISBN: 9780763750701
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Author: Kinan Hreib
Number of Pages: 185 
File: 100-questions-answers-about-stroke.pdf
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There are 750,000 strokes in the United States each year. Whether you're a newly diagnosed patient or a loved one of someone who has suffered from a stroke, this book offers help. The only text to provide both the doctor's and patient's views, 100 Questions & Answers About Stroke: A Lahey Clinic Guide provides authoritative, practical answers to the most common questions asked by patients and their loved ones. Written by an expert in the field, this clearly-written book is a complete guide to causes, treatments, and much more. Including actual patient commentary, 100 Questions & Answers About Stroke is an invaluable resource.

Applied Neuroscience for the Allied Health Professions E-Book

Applied Neuroscience for the Allied Health Professions E-Book ebook ISBN: 0702044571
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Author: Douglas McBean,Frederike van Wijck
Number of Pages: 356 
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This brand new resource provides a solid, comprehensive and accessible foundation in neurosciences for undergraduates and pre-registration postgraduate students. Using a multidisciplinary approach, it will guide students in their understanding of the most commonly found problems in neurological rehabilitation and inform their clinical practice. The book starts with the foundation of basic neurosciences, covering the normal function and structure of the nervous system from the organism as a whole through to the molecular level. It also introduces perceptuo-motor control and learning - topics that lie at the heart of rehabilitation. The book then goes on to discuss problems that allied health professionals commonly encounter in neurological rehabilitation. Topics covered include problems with perception and movement, planning, attention and memory, communication, motivation and emotion, sleep, continence and sexuality. The book also introduces key theories and evidence underpinning both behavioural and pharmacotherapeutic interventions used in neurologcial rehabilitation. The book closes by summarising current principles underpinning best practice and also looks to the future by identifying gaps in evidence-based practice with ideas for future research and what the future may hold for neurological rehabilitation. Throughout, a variety of supplementary information boxes point towards additional material such as Case Studies which highlight the clinical relevance of topics discussed; and a variety of Research Boxes which refer to more advanced material and/or original research studies. Each chapter ends with self-assessment questions which will check progress and prompt students to reflect on how the information presented in the chapter could be applied to clinical practice. Written by a multidisciplinary team, highly experienced in teaching, research and clinical practice Lays the foundation of basic neurosciences for allied health students Accessible and comprehensive text Introduces students to key theories and evidence underpinning neurological rehabilitation Focuses on clinically relevant information End of chapter self-assessment questions of different levels of complexity

Applied Typing and Information Processing

Applied Typing and Information Processing ebook ISBN: 9780748718979
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
Author: Archie Drummond,Anne Coles-Mogford
Number of Pages: 228 
File: applied-typing-and-information-processing.pdf
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Revised to reflect recent advances in technology, this is a course for intermediate and advanced typing / word-processing programmes. It includes photocopiable documents for completion of the exercises, as well as displayed answers to all exercises not already set out in the main text. In this edition extra information and exercises are included on language arts skills which include a punctuation review, the use of prepositions, subject and verb agreement, word comparisons such as accept/except and advice/advise.

Blocked by Caste

Blocked by Caste ebook ISBN: 9780198081692
Publisher: OUP India
Author: Sukhadeo Thorat,Katherine S. Neuman
Number of Pages: 400 
File: blocked-by-caste.pdf
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This book explores contemporary patterns of economic discrimination faced by Dalits and religious minorities like Muslims in urban labour market as well as other markets in rural areas. It examines reasons contributing to inequality, consequences of exclusion, and suggests possible remedies.