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Breaking the Tongue

Breaking the Tongue ebook ISBN: 9780393326543
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Author: Vyvyane Loh
Number of Pages: 495 
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As the Japanese prepare to invade Singapore, an Anglophile Chinese family struggles to survive and preserve its dignity in the face of increasing depravations and the shifting loyalties of spies, expatriates, and nationalists. Reader's Guide included. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.

Breaking the Tongue

Breaking the Tongue ebook ISBN: 1442648937
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Author: Matthew D. Pauly
Number of Pages: 456 
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Breaking the Tongue examines the implementation of the Ukrainization of schools and children's organizations in the 1920s and early 1930s.

Breaking the Curse from a Twisted Life

Breaking the Curse from a Twisted Life ebook ISBN: 1449716377
Publisher: WestBow Press
Author: Frank Turner Jr.
Number of Pages: 136 
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Do you know why some people do the same destructive thing over and over again? What is the true source of gang violence in America? Does it ever feel like your life is stuck in a rut and nothing you do changes the circumstance? Why does a person whos labeled an addict crave doing the same thing over again? In Breaking the Curse From a Twisted Life, you will learn how to get right down to the root of the thing that seems to keep you from progressing.

The Tongue of Fire

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Author: William Arthur
Number of Pages: 354 
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Breaking the Surface

Breaking the Surface ebook ISBN: 1596692340
Publisher: New Hope Publishers
Author: Vicki J. Kuyper
Number of Pages: 221 
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It is often one of the five senses that triggers a memory or thought. Breaking the Surface, shows readers through personal examples and biblical stories how to use their five senses as a way of developing a more consistent, peaceful, and deeper relationship with their heavenly father. With a fresh approach of using “touchstones”, readers will begin to recognize the usefulness of physical reminders as triggers to set their thoughts on God, and the things of God. Through each chapter readers will be encouraged to adopt personal touchstones; daily memory aides to help them in this process resulting in a deeper prayer life. As readers grow to understand how setting their minds on the things of God, they will experience a sense of renewal and peace. They will gain a deeper understanding of how to become 'living stones' that point the way toward Jesus and will be challenged to sort the precious from the worthless in their lives. Formatted as an individual read, it is also appropriate for small groups.

Breaking the Fourth Wall

Breaking the Fourth Wall ebook ISBN: 0748669531
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Author: Tom Brown
Number of Pages: 188 
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An examination of the role of direct address within fiction cinema, focusing on its role in avant-garde or experimental cinema, and popular genre traditions.

Breaking the Boundaries

Breaking the Boundaries ebook ISBN: 9781853591334
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
Author: Euan Reid,Hans H. Reich
Number of Pages: 270 
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Based on a comparative analysis of 15 projects on the education of children of migrant workers in 10 European Community countries, this book provides descriptions of advanced practice, problems encountered and solutions found. The results are summarized under such headings as equality of opportunity, education for bilingualism, intercultural education and anti-racist approaches.

Breaking the Glass Cage

Breaking the Glass Cage ebook ISBN: 0595270603
Publisher: iUniverse
Author: Doris Bibbs Johnson
Number of Pages: 192 
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Sylvia Dickerson has been a devoted military wife to her husband, Frank Dickerson, for ten years, and has been a caring mother to her seven children. Unbeknownst to herself and her loving family, Sylvia struggles silently with paranoia traits. One night, while her husband is away for training, Sylvia becomes engulfed by her illusions and wakes her children in a hysterical fit. The children find themselves caught in an uninviting world as they try to determine where the illusions end and reality begins.

Breaking the Good Mom Myth

Breaking the Good Mom Myth ebook ISBN: 0470675411
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Author: Alyson Schafer
Number of Pages: 224 
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As a psychotherapist, parent educator and parent coach, Alyson Schäfer has worked with a great many mothers who, in the quest to be a "good mother" have ended up on the door step of despair. Alyson is a forty-something, suburbanite, working-mother of two and can speak to these issues both personally and professionally. This book explains the psycho-social phenomena of how each person creates their own unique "good mother myth" and then examines why these myths are not only faulty, but could in fact lead to poor parenting, marital disaster and individual crisis. Her years of educating parents around these concepts afford Alyson the skill to take complex ideas and explain them to a lay audience in a compelling and easy to understand way. Capitalizing on the need to present parents with information in an easy to digest format, the book is presented as a series of personal stories, each highlighting a common parenting myth. This format will appeal to tired parents who have little time and energy for "academia". Instead, readers learn by taking a voyeuristic peek into the private family lives of the book's characters. Readers can identify with the fictitious parents and coaching clients in the stories and see first hand how the characters ’ life experiences shaped their unique "good mother myths" and how these myths create conflict in their lives. The author offers up ideas for how the character can reject her current thinking and adopt a more useful outlook to improve her situation. The story arc allows readers to identify and then project how their parenting may be unknowingly going off the rails. The goal of this book is to provide parents with some basic education and a means of self-discovery. Readers uncover their own good mother myths and are given an eye-opening glimpse into potential issues to challenge their thinking. A great sense of empowerment is restored as mothers become better able to resist the pulls of their personal and cultural myths, and instead begin parenting with greater intention and in ways that are more suitable to proper child guidance.

Supreme Court

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Author: N.A
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Travels of Lady Hester Stanhope

Travels of Lady Hester Stanhope ebook ISBN: 1108042287
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Charles Lewis Meryon
Number of Pages: 400 
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The adventurous and unconventional Lady Hester Stanhope (1776-1839) set off to travel to the East in the early nineteenth century. She had been hostess to her uncle, British Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger, and after his death she received a government pension and decided to leave England. Her personal physician Charles Meryon (1783-1877) wrote this three-volume memoir of their travels, first published in 1846. She had a reputation as an eccentric, but thought of herself as the 'Queen of the desert' and indeed achieved considerable influence in the places she travelled to. Eventually she settled in the Lebanon, where she lived out the remainder of her life. Volume 1 describes travels in Greece, Egypt, Palestine and Syria, and an account of being shipwrecked near Rhodes. It concludes with the party's arrival in Damascus, where Lady Hester dressed in men's clothing and refused to wear a veil.

The Breaking of Poisonwood

The Breaking of Poisonwood ebook ISBN: 1465397426
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Paradise Avenger
Number of Pages: 349 
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People were dead. When Skye Davis bought me at a slave auction as a birthday present for his brother, I had no idea what my new life was going to be like, but I had never expected this. It all started when Venus de Luna was killed and I was to take her place, to become the new savior Then, bad things happened and some people died. In the heart of the earth, we discovered the ancient being that Frank Davis had found and created and used to his advantage. The Poisonwood

The Pregnant King

The Pregnant King ebook ISBN: 9780143063476
Publisher: Penguin Books India
Author: Devdutt Pattanaik
Number of Pages: 349 
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Novel on Yuvanashva, a childless king from Mahabharata.

Diseases of the Tongue

Diseases of the Tongue ebook ISBN:
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Author: Henry Trentham Butlin,Walter George Spencer
Number of Pages: 475 
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Breaking a Sunbeam

Breaking a Sunbeam ebook ISBN: 9781425107451
Publisher: geoff hunter
Author: Geoff Hunter
Number of Pages: 392 
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How far will a man go to save the woman he loves? Most would say all the way until the day comes when fantasy becomes reality.