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Destined to Survive

Destined to Survive ebook ISBN: 9781550023114
Publisher: Dundurn
Author: Jack A. Poolton,Jayne Poolton-Turvey
Number of Pages: 144 
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The story of Jack Pooltons war experience, from his initial training to his capture and attempted escapes from a POW camp.

The Unraveling

The Unraveling ebook ISBN: 9781795082044
Publisher: Independently Published
Author: Charley Hogwood
Number of Pages: 338 
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"On day 16, the symptoms either begin to subside, or the patient suffers a massive seizure and expires."- CDC Outbreak UpdateWhen Cal Bohannon went to work on Friday morning, he felt the world was teetering on a knife's edge but what he didn't expect was a microscopic enemy rapidly spreading south of the border.New to preparing for disasters, Cal's family, along with a small band of friends, will have their survival plans tested as the fragile threads of society quickly unravel around them.Can the fledgling group come together in time as the authorities scramble to gain control over the sudden contagion and hysteria?What if the virus isn't their biggest problem but just the beginning of something much worse?

Destined to Survive

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Author: Israel I. Cohen
Number of Pages: 317 
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Memoirs of a Jew born ca. 1925 in Łódź to a hasidic family. Relates his experiences in the Holocaust, stressing his efforts to observe religious practices whenever possible. He and his family were interned for four years in the Łódź ghetto, where his father died of starvation. In summer 1944 the family was deported to Auschwitz, where his mother was immediately gassed. Cohen was sent to the Kaufering labor camp, where he was liberated. In 1946 his younger sister, Mirel, was killed by antisemites in Łódź; his elder sister, Gittel, perished in the Holocaust. After the war Cohen lived in Switzerland; he married and in 1951 immigrated to Canada.

Destined to Survive

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Publisher: Bilingual Books (WA)
Author: Enock Ajunwa
Number of Pages: 256 
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Destined to Survive

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Author: Negdar K. Tabibian
Number of Pages: 140 
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Thermobiology

Thermobiology ebook ISBN: 9780080877020
Publisher: Elsevier
Author: J.S. Willis
Number of Pages: 292 
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Notwithstanding widespread studies and even several biological journals devoted to temperature, it is difficult to perceive a field of thermobiology as such. Interest in the effects of temperature of biological systems is fragmented into specific thermal ranges and often connected with particular applications: subzero cryobiology and preservation of cells and tissues or survival of poikilotherms, para-zero cryobiology and preservation of whole organs and survival of whole animals, intermediate ranges and physiological adaption and regulation, high temperatures and use of heat for killing cancer cells, very high temperatures and limits of biological structure. Yet it has not always been so, and there are good reasons why it need not remain so. General and comparative physiologists such as W.J. Crozier, H. Precht, J. Belehradek, F. Johnson, C.L. Prosser, and others have sought throughout this century to lay foundations for unified approaches to temperature in biological systems. Recent findings also serve to suggest principles and processes that span the range of temperatures of biological interest. Microviscosity of membranes is an issue originally of interest to low temperature biologists but with relevance to limiting high temperatures; conversely for protein structure. Certain "heat shock proteins" now appear to be responses to generalized stress, including low temperature. Inevitably, the chapters of this book reflect the "zonal" character of thermobiology: two chapters (by Storey and Raymond) deal with protection against subfreezing temperatures; three (Hazel, membrane structure, Dietrich, microtubular structure, and Kruuv, cell growth) deal with the effects of and modulation to cool-to-moderate superfreezing temperatures, one (Willis) with modulation (of membrane ion transport) to moderate-to-high temperatures and two (Li, heat shock proteins and Lepock, proteins in general) with stressfully high temperatures. Explicit in each of these chapters, however, are principles and issues that transcend the parochialism of the temperature range under consideration.

Bound to the Warrior King

Bound to the Warrior King ebook ISBN: 1460386345
Publisher: Harlequin
Author: Maisey Yates
Number of Pages: 192 
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The warrior she tamed… Wild and untamed, Tarek al-Khalij was never meant to rule Tahar. More familiar with a sword than a crown, this lethal warrior must now heal the suffering his brother's rule inflicted. To do it, he needs his most precious—and dangerous—weapon yet…a royal bride! The widow he conquered Elegant and poised, Queen Olivia will educate Tarek in the civilized art of political warfare. But in exchange, Tarek unleashes an unrestrained, primal passion she could never have guessed at possessing. Soon Olivia realizes that she has become inescapably bound…to the warrior king!

Basic Clinical Radiobiology Fourth Edition

Basic Clinical Radiobiology Fourth Edition ebook ISBN: 0340929669
Publisher: CRC Press
Author: Michael C. Joiner,Albert van der Kogel
Number of Pages: 375 
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This concise but comprehensive textbook sets out the essentials of the science and clinical application of radiobiology for those seeking accreditation in radiation oncology, clinical radiation physics and radiation technology. Fully revised and updated to keep abreast of current developments in radiation biology and radiation oncology, the fourth edition continues to present in an interesting way the biological basis of radiation therapy, discussing the basic principles and significant developments that underlie the latest attempts to improve the radiotherapeutic management of cancer. New topics for the fourth edition include chapters on the mechanisms of cell death, biological response modifiers, and biological image guided radiotherapy, with major revisions to sections on the molecular basis of the radiation response, tumour hypoxia and the dose-rate effect. A variety of new authors have contributed to this revision, who, together with the new Editorial team, have used their significant international teaching experience to ensure the content remains clear and comprehensive, and as valuable to the trainee as it is to the established radiation oncologist. With the fourth edition we will see the most radical change so far - as Professor Gordon Steel has retired as Editor and has been replaced by Bert van der Kogel, the current current course director for the above-mentioned course, plus Michael Joiner, who is the head of the Radiation Biology Program at the Wayne State University and is the Associate Editor of the International Journal of Radiation Biology.

Reinventing Collapse

Reinventing Collapse ebook ISBN: 1550924753
Publisher: New Society Publishers
Author: Dmitry Orlov
Number of Pages: 208 
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This new edition of Reinventing Collapse is an update on the growing similarities and differences between the collapse of the Soviet Union and the current unraveling of the United States. With sharp wit and dry humor, Dmitry Orlov shares his personal experiences in post-industrial living and argues that US collapse is survivable given the right attitude and preparation.

Bound to the Barbarian

Bound to the Barbarian ebook ISBN: 1459220889
Publisher: Harlequin
Author: Carol Townend
Number of Pages: 288 
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Sold into slavery, maidservant Katerina promised one day to repay the princess who rescued her. Now that time has come, and Katerina must convince commanding warrior Ashfirth Saxon that she is her royal mistress. Spending balmy days and long sultry nights with this man makes Katerina's task increasingly impossible. How long will she be able to keep up her deception? And how long before she finds herself willingly bedded by this proud barbarian?

Snow Bound

Snow Bound ebook ISBN: 0307546896
Publisher: Laurel Leaf
Author: Harry Mazer
Number of Pages: 144 
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At fifteen, Tony Laporte is what many people would call a throughly spoiled kid. He gets away with a lot because his parents want him to have all the things they never had. But when they surprise him by refusing to let him keep a stray dog he has found, Tony decides to teach them a lesson by running off in his mother's old Plymouth. Driving without a license in the middle of a severe snowstorm, he picks up a hitchhiker named Cindy Reichert, an aloof girl who has always had difficulty forming friendships. To impress Cindy, Tony tries to show off his driving skills and ends up wrecking the car in a very desolated area far from the main highway. After spending precious days bickering with each other and waiting for rescue that never comes, they finally realize that their lives are at stake and they must cooperate to survive. The question is--can they survive?

Bound to Sin

Bound to Sin ebook ISBN: 9780521438681
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Alistair McFadyen
Number of Pages: 255 
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Discusses Christian doctrine of sin in relation to sexual abuse of children and the holocaust.

Blood Bound

Blood Bound ebook ISBN: 0748124020
Publisher: Hachette UK
Author: Patricia Briggs
Number of Pages: 352 
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The second novel in the international No. 1 bestselling Mercy Thompson series - the major urban fantasy hit of the decade. 'I love these books!' Charlaine Harris 'The best new fantasy series I've read in years' Kelley Armstrong MERCY THOMPSON: MECHANIC, SHAPESHIFTER, FIGHTER Like most people who own their own business, I work long hours that start early in the morning. So when someone calls me in the middle of the night, they'd better be dying ... Mechanic Mercy Thompson is woken at 3am by a vampire calling in a favour. He has to deliver a message to a fellow undead and needs a witness that won't be noticed - and Mercy's shapeshifting abilities make her the perfect candidate. But the assignment turns into a bloodbath and Mercy attracts the attention of not just a powerful vampire, but the even more powerful demon possessing him. She can count on the supernatural community for protection - and alpha werewolf Adam would like her to rely on him in other ways too - but when it comes to being proactive, she's on her own. Praise for the series: 'Plenty of twists and turns . . . Kept me entertained from its deceptively innocent beginning to its can't-put-it-down end' Kim Harrison, bestselling author of Dead Witch Walking 'I enjoyed every minute of it. I love Mercy and can't wait for her to kick some more ass' Lilith Saintcrow The Mercy Thompson books: Moon Called Blood Bound Iron Kissed Bone Crossed Silver Borne River Marked Frost Burned Night Broken Fire Touched Silence Fallen Storm Cursed Shifting Shadows (Stories from the world of Mercy Thompson)

Down But Not Out

Down But Not Out ebook ISBN: 0750955074
Publisher: The History Press
Author: Maurice Mayne,Mark Ryan
Number of Pages: 224 
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Maurice ‘Moggy’ Mayne was a cricket-loving air gunner in the Second World War, with a pretty girlfriend back home in rural England. His turret was in a Bristol Beaufort and his pilot had to fly with almost suicidal bravery at giant German warships before releasing the torpedo. No wonder Moggy’s first pilot cracked up and his second liked to drink. When he was shot down, Moggy miraculously survived – unlike his best friend Stan. Moggy was sent to Stalag Luft VIIIB, an infamous German POW camp near the Polish border, where he was badly treated. Fearing losing his beloved girlfriend Sylvia forever, and risking recapture and execution, he saw the chance to escape alone, thus beginning an epic journey through Nazi-occupied Germany. As the Gestapo shot other escaped British servicemen, Moggy Mayne came agonisingly close to lasting freedom. Instead, as the war neared its end, he had to face the horrors of the ‘long march’ west – and he felt his life slipping away. Would he ever see his Sylvia again?

From Gloom & Glitz to Glory

From Gloom & Glitz to Glory ebook ISBN: 1499007981
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Dr. Edna M. Sullivan, DM
Number of Pages: 128 
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Become a Messenger of God’s Love Are you holding yourself hostage to anger, hurt, or bitterness? Overcoming the spirit of unforgiveness is never easy. Are you ready to empower yourself to live hostage-free? Forgiveness is not something we do for other people. We do it for ourselves to move on. Being in God’s Will opens His storehouse of blessings to you. From Gloom & Glitz to Glory reveals how aligning our hearts and deeds with the Word of God can bring transformation in attitudes, relationships and priorities. When faced with tough family, friendship, and relationship challenges you may wonder, does God hear me? Can He feel my pain? Why did He create me? Will He forgive me for my sins? It’s hard to move forward when you don’t know where you’re headed. We have to learn to walk by faith and not by sight. Everything in this world – and everyone in it – has a divine purpose. Delight in knowing, that even though it feels like it sometimes, we are never alone. God’s love and protection guides us. God cares about what is going on in our lives. When we apply God’s Word to our everyday life, we gain knowledge and ability to make the right choices. As we open our ears and our hearts, His purposes and plans for us unfold. His blessing and promises answer prayers in ways far beyond what we ever thought or imagined. As you draw closer to Him, happiness, healing and doing the work he has called you to do awaits. By knowing Him better, we can serve Him better as messengers of The Word.

The Crusades, C.1071-c.1291

The Crusades, C.1071-c.1291 ebook ISBN: 9780521625661
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Jean Richard
Number of Pages: 516 
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A concise history of the crusades - whose chief goal was the liberation and preservation of the 'holy places' of the middle east - from the first calls to arms in the later twelfth century to the fall of the last crusader strongholds in Syria and Palestine in 1291. This is the ideal introductory textbook for all students of the crusades. Professor Richard considers the consequences of the crusades, such as the establishment of the Latin east, and its organisation into a group of feudal states, as well as crusading contacts with the Muslim world, eastern Christians, Byzantines, and Mongols. Also considered are the organisation of expeditions, the financing of such expeditionary forces, and the organisation of operations and supply. Jean Richard is one of the world's great crusader historians and this work, the distillation of over forty years' research and contemplation, is the only one of its kind in English.

Marlborough

Marlborough ebook ISBN: 9780226106359
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Author: Winston Churchill
Number of Pages: 1086 
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John Churchill, the Duke of Marlborough (1644-1722), was one of the greatest military commanders and statesman in the history of England. His descendant, Sir Winston Churchill wrote this work as both an act of homage, and as an historical insight into the man behind the statesman.

Ghost Land

Ghost Land ebook ISBN: 1108067948
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: William Britten
Number of Pages: 366 
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Published in 1876, this work purports to recount the spiritual experiences of the mysterious aristocratic occultist 'Chevalier Louis de B.'.

Cry of the Damaged Man

Cry of the Damaged Man ebook ISBN: 1743340257
Publisher: Momentum
Author: Tony Moore
Number of Pages: 144 
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"Remarkable, and very moving." – Oliver Sacks While driving to work in 1984, Dr Tony Moore was hit by a 30-tonne truck, crushing him and his car and changing his life forever. A well-known surgeon and rehabilitation specialist, he now tells his story of recovery from a patient's point of view, but with a doctor's knowledge and experience. Temporarily disabled and emotionally devastated, Tony Moore records how, from the depths of despair and isolation, he emerged as a more perceptive doctor and changed individual.