Strong Enough To Bend

Author: Judith K. Witherow
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 0974717266
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In Strong Enough to Bend, author Judith K. Witherow compiles a sampling from four decades of her essays and poems that describe the real life experiences of a disabled, mixed blood Native American Indian lesbian raised in Appalachian poverty. Much of the work has been previously published in anthologies, university women's studies texts and feminist periodicals. This unique memoir is the first collection exclusively authored by Witherow.

Taming The Bent Press A Guide To The King Of Lifts Digital

Author: Iron Tamer Dave Whitley
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1312540648
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A complete guide to learning the bent press, the old school method for putting maximal weight overhead with one hand. Whether you are an experienced bent presser or brand new to it, this book has got you covered. This is the culmination of over a decade of practice and research. You wanna get strong?

Seeing With The Eyes Of Love

Author: Eknath Easwaran
Publisher: Nilgiri Press
ISBN: 0915132877
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"Drawing on his intimate knowledge of the mystical tradition, Easwaran gives exhilarating glimpses of what love means to Christian mystics - Augustine, Teresa of Avila, Catherine of Genoa, and others."

Communication In Plants

Author: F. Baluška
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9783540284758
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Plant neurobiology is a newly emerging field of plant sciences. It covers signalling and communication at all levels of biological organization – from molecules up to ecological communities. In this book, plants are presented as intelligent and social organisms with complex forms of communication and information processing. Authors from diverse backgrounds such as molecular and cellular biology, electrophysiology, as well as ecology treat the most important aspects of plant communication, including the plant immune system, abilities of plants to recognize self, signal transduction, receptors, plant neurotransmitters and plant neurophysiology. Further, plants are able to recognize the identity of herbivores and organize the defence responses accordingly. The similarities in animal and plant neuronal/immune systems are discussed too. All these hidden aspects of plant life and behaviour will stimulate further intense investigations in order to understand the communicative plants in their whole complexity.

Bend Not Break

Author: Ping Fu
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1591846811
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Traces the author's rise from a survivor of China's Cultural Revolution to an "Inc. Magazine" Entrepreneur of the Year and proud U.S. citizen, describing the circumstances that led to her exile and the visionary leadership style that enabled her remarkable career.

Can T Get Enough River Bend 2

Author: Molly McLain
Publisher: Molly McLain
ISBN:
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When life gives you lemons, find a former Marine with sexy abs to lick the lemonade from… Tony Dunn's panty-snatching bachelor life has been turned upside down—he now has custody of a daughter he didn't even know he fathered. With his focus solely on doing right by his little girl, the last thing he needs is a sexy, totally distracting blonde showing up on his doorstep. Nicole Hodges is in River Bend temporarily, to handle her grandmother's estate and get the heck out of Dodge before her past catches up with her. Only problem is…she likes the quiet little town more than she expects, and she can't resist overextending herself to help her built-like-a-bad-boy neighbor get his life back on track Tony and Nicole have different goals in mind, none of which include a relationship. But what harm could come from a little fun--the naked kind--if they both know the rules up front? Warning: This book contains a sex-deprived single dad with a wicked tongue. Enough said.

Madman S Bend

Author: Arthur W. Upfield
Publisher: ETT Imprint
ISBN: 1875892885
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If any man was ever born to be murdered, it was William Lush - a hated drunk who disappeared after beating his wife to death. Plenty of men had the opportunity to murder Lush, some the means, none the motive. Jill Madden, his pretty step-daughter, had all three... When Lush disappears, Inspector Bonaparte must look for a body - and the murderer - before the Darling River rises to flood level...

Far From Heaven Safe And Superstar The Karen Carpenter Story

Author: Todd Haynes
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 1555847773
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Todd Haynes is a fiercely intelligent and visionary writer-director. Haynes's award-winning short film Superstar (1987) tells the story of Karen Carpenter's dark struggle with anorexia nervosa. With a cast of Barbie dolls, the underground classic became "the most talked-about, least-seen film of the 1980's" (The Onion A.V.) after the Carpenter estate forced it permanently out of circulation. Haynes's breakthrough feature, Safe (1995), was voted Best Film of the 1990s by the 2000 Village Voice Film Critics Poll. It is the disturbing, elusive story of an affluent suburban housewife whose life is shattered by a mysterious illness. Haynes's latest movie, Far from Heaven, continues his investigation of the conflicted woman, depicting a 1950s housewife who is alienated by her neighbors when her husband's homosexuality leads her to turn to her African-American gardener. The winner of fifty critics' prizes and on over two hundred Top Ten lists (more than any film of 2002), Far from Heaven was nominated for a slew of major awards, including an Academy Award. With exquisite subtlety, all three films demonstrate Haynes's concerns as a pioneer of the "new queer cinema" who is winning increasing acceptance by the American mainstream. Black-and-white photographs are featured throughout.

Be The Better Person

Author: Mary Miner
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1463445512
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1. Can you turn a bad day into a happy day? 2. Do you have a peaceful, calm, comfortable life? 3. Are you content with who you are? 4. Are you always kind, considerate and sincere to everyone, especially those you love? If you answered yes to all four questions, then this book is not for you. If you answered no to just one, GOD says you need to read Our golden book. If you diligently read this entire book, persistently practice these golden skills and consistently apply what you read you will love yourself more than you do right now. Isn’t that a nice thought? For small fee you could have a better life. Better yet, those around you could also have a better life. This is not just a book. It is a campaign to bring back THE GOLDEN RULE. You might be wondering why I gave credit to GOD as co-author for this golden book. Well, credit goes where credit is deserved. I didn’t write this book by myself. My INNER VOICE, who I call GOD told me, “My job on this Earth is to spread as much love as I possibly can.” HE told me what I should and shouldn’t write. I listened. Some might think I am crazy but at my wise age; I don’t care because I am finally happy, peaceful and content in this greedy, confused unloving world. So, if you believe everything happens for a reason, guess what, it does! You are looking at this right now for a reason. So buy and live this golden book!

Magnetoresistance In Metals

Author: A. B. Pippard
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521326605
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First published in 1989, this book contained the first systematic account of magnetoresistance in metals, the study of which has provided solid-state physicists with much valuable information about electron motion in metals. The electrical resistance of a metal is usually changed when a magnetic field is applied to it; at low temperatures the change may be very large indeed and when magnetic breakdown is involved, very complex. Every metal behaves differently, and the effect is highly dependent on the direction of the field relative to the crystal axes. Quite apart from its usefulness for determining the Ferni surfaces of individual metals, the phenomenon presents many interesting problems in its own right; it is the phenomenon, rather than its applications, that Professor Pippard concentrates on in this book. The level of treatment is aimed at readers with a basic knowledge of undergraduate solid-state physics, and makes no great demand on mathematical ability. The text is copiously illustrated with real experimental results.