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Both Sides of Time

Both Sides of Time ebook ISBN: 9780440219323
Publisher: Laurel Leaf
Author: Caroline B. Cooney
Number of Pages: 210 
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The summer after senior year, Annie, wishing she could have lived a hundred years ago in a more romantic time, finds herself in the 1890s and it is indeed romantic--and very painful.

On Both Sides of the River

On Both Sides of the River ebook ISBN: 1450229921
Publisher: iUniverse
Author: Alberto Ramon
Number of Pages: 364 
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On Both Sides of the River paints a vignette of south Texas its people, history, and cultural diversity through interwoven tales of the scourge of drug-trafficking on both sides of the Rio Grande River and of the annual quest for the monster whitetail buck of Mexican and south Texas lore, El Cacaistón. Joe González, a south Texas criminal defense lawyer, finds himself embroiled in a situation involving drug-trafficking, corruption, and violence. He overhears young, violent American drug lord Mark Balbuena, heir to the Balbuena family ranch, talking to someone in a local restaurant about a drug deal. When young Balbuena makes the massive deal with a notorious Mexican drug lord, an unexpected double-cross begins a drug war. Despite Mark's plan to save it, the Balbuena ranch is purchased by entrepreneur Max Wadsworth. Even so, to González, the presence of Mark Balbuena on the ranch clearly suggests he was trafficking drugs from the family ranch. Only time would reveal now whether the Balbuenas would emerge from the trouble unscathed, or whether it would all fall apart.

On Both Sides of the Fence

On Both Sides of the Fence ebook ISBN: 9780646820026
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Author: Michael Spencer
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John Spencer has spent his life in Central Australia where he is known for his depth of knowledge of local history, country and culture. Born in Alice Springs in 1941, John's life has included its fair share of challenges, sadness and adversity. Despite this, he has stayed strong, proud and true to his Aboriginal and Scottish heritage.'On Both Sides Of The Fence' documents John's memories of his time working in the tourism and transportation industries, details the obstacles he has faced and describes the satisfaction he has derived from teaching people about his beautiful part of Australia.

La photo de Jenny Spring

La photo de Jenny Spring ebook ISBN: 9782010185427
Publisher: Hachette
Author: Caroline B. Cooney
Number of Pages: 311 
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Entouré d'amis et choyée par ses parents, Janie Johnson est une adolescente heureuse...Jusqu'au jour où elle découvre, sur un berlingot de lait, la photo de Jenny Spring, une enfant kidnappée dix ans plus tôt dans un supermarché du New Jersey. L'univers de Janie bascule en un éclair : cette petite fille sur la photo, c'est elle ! Comment supporter l'idée que ses parents soient d'infâmes ravisseurs ? Il lui faut à tout prix chercher la vérité, surmonter ses doutes, démêler des souvenirs confus...

Both Sides of the Fence

Both Sides of the Fence ebook ISBN: 1425981518
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Author: Bob Martin
Number of Pages: 254 
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Steven is a North American Native and a member of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska. He has just been elected President of the United States, "First Term in the White House." A complete turnaround from when the white man first came to the U.S. and fought with the Indians. They were forced onto small portions of land and made to stay there. Indians were the last people of this great nation to have a right and privilege to vote. Today, one North American Native becomes the leader of the United States of America and the free world as we know it. Each novel reveals hardships and adventures of Steven and his wife Kaori.

Both Sides of the Same Coin

Both Sides of the Same Coin ebook ISBN: 1496982010
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Author: Damian C. Dike
Number of Pages: 420 
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John and Lucas are Siamese twin brothers from an African mother and a European father. Lucas is missing but is adopted by a wealthy European family, and he becomes a prominent judge. John lives with his parents in a black neighborhood; he becomes a community leader and leads his subjects in confrontation with his brother and the allies.

Both Sides Of The Ocean

Both Sides Of The Ocean ebook ISBN: 1682134725
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Author: Jane Hengtgen
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Both Sides of the Sheets

Both Sides of the Sheets ebook ISBN: 1848764863
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
Author: Annie Armitage
Number of Pages: 435 
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Annie Armitage was a successful nurse, dedicated to quality nursing care until, aged 26, she was diagnosed with Lupus and given 5 years to live. As she became increasingly ill, she started to wonder how the standard of nursing had slipped so drastically since her own training. This is her must read account of her experiences. Annie Armitage was a successful career nurse, with a dedication to quality nursing and care as taught during her rigorous training in the 1960s. Taking her skills, Annie eventually worked as a consultant to the Department of Health, advising on the quality of nursing care in the NHS. However Annie had been diagnosed with Lupus, an illness that affects over 50 000 people in the UK; is more common than Leukemia, yet is virtually unheard of by the wider population. Lupus usually causes great pain, serious organ damage and is potentially fatal. At 26, Annie was given 5 years to live - she fought to look after her two young children while dealing with the insidious illness. As Annie became increasingly ill, she was able to reflect on her changed situation as a patient not a nurse. During the time she was in hospital under treatment she started to wonder how the standard of nursing had slipped so drastically since her own training. Her experiences as a Lupus sufferer - and previously as a nurse - have given her first-hand experience of the quality of care experienced in NHS hospitals. Annie's observations and knowledge make this essential reading - not just for those suffering from Lupus, but also for anyone concerned about standards of nursing and care in hospitals, as well as those experiencing long-term incurable illness.

Both Sides of the Fence

Both Sides of the Fence ebook ISBN: 1462816134
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Robert Cook
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Both Sides of the Border

Both Sides of the Border ebook ISBN: 1574411845
Publisher: University of North Texas Press
Author: Francis Edward Abernethy,Kenneth L. Untiedt
Number of Pages: 304 
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Collection covers Remembering Our Ancestors, Folklore Tales and Memorabilia and Family Sagas from favorite storytellers like James Ward Lee, Thad Sitton, J. Frank Dobie, Jean Granberry Schnitz, and many more.

Both Sides of the Border

Both Sides of the Border ebook ISBN: 0306479613
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Author: Linda Fernandez,Richard T. Carson
Number of Pages: 501 
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The Mexican -- United States border represents much more than the meeting place of two nations. Our border communities are often a line of first defense -- absorbing the complex economic, environmental and social impacts of globalization that ripple through the region. In many ways, our success or failure in finding solutions for the environmental, social and economic issues that plague the region may well define our ability to meet similar challenges thousands of miles from the border zone. Border residents face the environmental security concerns posed by water scarcity and transboundary air pollution; the planning and infrastructure needs of an exploding population; the debilitating effects of inadequate sanitary and health facilities; and the crippling cycle of widespread poverty. Yet, with its manifold problems, the border area remains an area of great dynamism and hope -- a multicultural laboratory of experimentation and grass-roots problem-solving. Indeed, as North America moves towards a more integrated economy, citizen action at the local level is pushing governments to adapt to the driving forces in the border area by creating new institutional arrangements and improving old ones. If there is one defining feature of this ground-up push for more responsive transboundary policies and institutions, it is a departure from the closed, formalistic models of the past to a more open, transparent and participatory model of international interaction.

From Both Sides of the Atlantic

From Both Sides of the Atlantic ebook ISBN: 1466900164
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Author: Norm Adolphson
Number of Pages: 188 
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This book is about those relatives that immigrated from Norway, Denmark and Germany, their history, culture and the difficulties they encountered living in their respective countries. It ranged from economic recessions, depressions, unemployment and lack of opportunity. Some experienced the ravages of World War II. They told horrific circumstances of parents and how it was seen through the eyes of young children. In all cases immigration seemed like a solution to the problems with a hope for a new and better life in Canada. In the many years that have elapsed, economic conditions have improved vastly and people are doing very well in the above mentioned countries.

Both Sides of the Circle

Both Sides of the Circle ebook ISBN: 1136228705
Publisher: Routledge
Author: Christmas Humphreys
Number of Pages: 274 
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First published in 1978, Christmas Humphrey’s autobiography presents the fascinating history of a life rich and varied in both private and in public. Spanning seven decades it touches on many events of historical interest in which he was personally involved. Among them the abdication of Edward VIII, the Japanese War Trials and his time with the Dalai Lama after his flight from Tibet. The author gives a graphic portrait of life behind the Bar and on the Bench – of what it is like to prosecute and to defend, and of the immense difficulties which face a judge when passing sentence. Here too are recollections of many famous cases of the twentieth century, and of the many murder trials in which he appeared as prosecuting counsel or judge. Of equal interest is his fifty years’ of work in the field of English Buddhism. In 1924 he and his wife founded the Buddhist Society, which would become hugely influential in the spread of Buddhism throughout the West. Both Sides of the Circle is rich in humour and humanity. There is the joyful account of the author’s Edwardian Boyhood followed by the tragedy of his brother’s death in World War 1, which lead to the awakening of his interest in Buddhism and Theosophy. He speaks freely of his encounters with the Dalai Lama, with D.T. Suzuki, with Jung and with the Royal families of Thailand, Sikkim and Nepal, as well as his travels throughout the Europe and in the Orient. Both sides of the Circle is more than autobiography – it is also a spiritual odyssey whose reissue will be of great interest to those who’ve enjoyed Christmas Humphreys’ other work and wish to know more about his brilliant career. It will also be very welcome to those wanted to learn about Buddhism in general, and the origins of English Buddhism in particular.

Through the Eight Sides of Time and Beyond Alexis

Through the Eight Sides of Time and Beyond Alexis ebook ISBN: 1625164718
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency
Author: Millard W. Todd
Number of Pages: 208 
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Craf has led a life like many of the young men of Glak, but a trip to see the seer of his village changes his life forever. Through a portal that he is shown, Craf travels to other worlds and other times, experiencing prehistoric times as well as futuristic space travel. He becomes friends with Larenda and Kalon, two people who will change his life and help him achieve things he could have never imagined. Come along and enjoy the out-of-this-world sci-fi adventure Through the Eight Sides of Time and Beyond Alexis.

Both Sides of the Fence

Both Sides of the Fence ebook ISBN: 1453576967
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Margaret Brooks
Number of Pages: 293 
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Margaret was born in London in 1938 but spent the majority of her earky years in southern Ireland. She returned to London to work and married aged 19 years. Margaret ran a successful business with her husband whilst raising her three children but always dreamed of writing a book. She attended night classes to learn computer skills and completed her story over a number of years. Unfortunately, Margaret passed away in 2005 before seeing her story in print, followed soon after by her loving husband. This book tells Margaret's story as she remembers it.

Both Sides of the River

Both Sides of the River ebook ISBN: 1602478503
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Author: Tim White
Number of Pages: 135 
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Both Sides of the River has something for everyone. It centers around one couple's struggle to raise their children in the way that they should go. It begins in the 1950s with his return from military duty and ends in 2006 at their 50th anniversary. In between there is laughter, history, tragedy, and a few rare triumphs. There's a little romance for those so inclined, but throughout there's the underlying message of unquestioned faith in the higher being. There's the gospel singing from the 60s and 70s and the value of a good bird dog. Everything from cooking syrup at the right temperature up to addressing stereotypes and other social indiscretions. But mostly, it's to honor some pretty amazing parents for being married for 50 years. Both Sides of the River bring to light some of the struggles and sacrifices endured not only them but also by every other family nationwide during those turbulent times.

Both Sides of Nowhere

Both Sides of Nowhere ebook ISBN: 1496957806
Publisher: Author House
Author: Benjamin Lund
Number of Pages: 266 
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Life is good for Michael MacClellan. He's happy, young, and successful. It seems he's lucky in every way: in life, in love, and in work. Things are going well, and he can't imagine wanting anything more. His life will be irrevocably changed after his long-dead father pays him a visit with a warning of things to come. It's a very simple one, but there's one problem-Michael and his brother Stephen have no idea what to do about it! Suddenly, everyone Michael loves is threatened, and he's frightened of his own shadow.

Dreaming on Both Sides of the Brain

Dreaming on Both Sides of the Brain ebook ISBN: 1612834094
Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing
Author: Doris E. Cohen
Number of Pages: 192 
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A dream is not just white noise or something that happens to you while you sleep. Dreams are the secret language of your unconscious. This book will teach you how to: Unlock the secrets of your personal dream language Explore and interpret the meaning of your dreams Harness the power of the brain to uncover a life of greater richness and meaning So often when we awake we find that our dreams have either evaporated like mist or seem to be just on the edge of our memory. Many people cannot recall their dreams at all. Cohen has developed a 7-step process to let you tap into the rich repository of your subconscious: Recall and record. Title your dream. Read or repeat aloud. Consider what is uppermost in your life right now. Describe your dream’s objects and qualities as if you were talking to a Martian. Summarize the message from the unconscious. Consider the dream’s guidance for waking life. Drawing on years of clinical experience and her familiarity with Freud, myth, and sacred writings, Cohen presents a program that results in a life of abundance, texture, and self-awareness.