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Defense at & L Magazine : July-August 2005: July-August 2005

By: Judith M. Greig

Description: A publication of the Defense Acquisition University.

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Air Land Sea Bulletin : September 2007: September 2007

By: Bea Waggener

Description: Air Land Sea Application (ALSA) is a joint organization chartered to rapidly respond to Service interoperability issues.

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Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop

By: Julie Stewart Williams

This book is one of a series originally written by faculty in a Kamehameha reading program. The books were designed to increase students' reading skills and their knowledge of Hawaiian history and culture by focusing on topics such as the Hawaiian monarchy. Some of these books have been translated from their original English into Hawaiian through the efforts of the staff of the Kamehameha Schools Hawaiian Studies Institute. We are pleased at the reception both the Engl...

"Her love for the young was great, and it was a pretty sight to see her surrounded by a group of children to whose pleasure she was ministering." Perhaps no other single sentence portrays Pauahi so accurately and so completely as this remembrance of her, published at the time of her death. It captures the essence of the princess and her legacy: love, children, service. What a beautiful experience to have been in the company of the princess and to have known her in pers...

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Hawaiian Grammar

By: Samuel H. Elbert

The "Notes on Hawaiian Grammar" included in the first three editions of the Hawaiian-English Dictionary have in this volume been revised and expanded. The original notes were written during the early 1950s, and since that time the number of students of Polynesian languages has increased considerably, with resulting increase in knowledge of these languages. This new Grammar, therefore, presents an approach rather different from the previous one; however, it is not couch...

The English translations of illustrative sentences may in some instances seem awkward, but close translations are helpful to students. Not every possible translation of an illustrative sentence is given. For example, ia, meaning both 'he' and 'she', is usually translated 'he' to avoid the awkward 'he/she' and 'him/her'. Since Hawaiian is mainly tenseless and English is decidedly not, translations perforce included tense, but the alternative tenses are not given for ev...

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The Non-Semitic Languages of Ethiopia

By: Bender, Marvin Lionel
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Report of the Conference : Volume 22

By: International Law Association. Conference

Additional Subjects: Internationaal recht

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Moral Values in Secondary Education : A Report : Nos. 26-29

By: National Education Association of the United States Commission on the Reorganization of Secondary Education; Henry Neumann
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The Southeastern Reporter: Containing All the Decisions of the Sup...

By: Georgia Supreme Court, South Carolina Supreme Court, West Publishing Company, West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals
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Regional Anesthesia (Victor Pauchet's Technique) by B. Sherwood-Du...

By: Sherwood Dunn, Berkeley; Pauchet, Victor, 1869-1936

Subject: Anesthesia, Conduction

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The Mind Like Fire Unbound

By: Thanissaro Bhikkhu
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Okhrana Agent Dolin

By: Rita T. Kronenbitter

Excerpt: The provincial branch chiefs of the imperial Okhrana were not required in 1904 to report to St. Petersburg the names and assignments of their informants and secret agents. Only in very exceptional cases did they seek headquarters advice about some outstanding agent. One such case was that of Ventsion Moiseev-Moshkov Dolin (pronounced dallin).

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Elegies

By: John Donne

Excerpt: JEALOSIE; FOND woman, which would?st have thy husband die, And yet complain?st of his great jealosie; If swolne with poyson, hee Jay in?his last bed, His body with a sere-barke covered, Drawing his breath, as thick and short, as can The nimblest crocheting Musitian, Ready with loathsome vomiting to spue His Soule out of one hell, into a new, Made deafe with his poore kindreds howling cries, Begging with few feign?d teares, great legacies, Thou would?st not weepe...

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The Two Eids and Their Significance

By: Abdul Majeed Ali Hassan

Islamic Literature

Excerpt: Women and children going out to attend ?Eid prayer // 3: Taking different routes to and from musallaa // 4: The time of ?Eid prayers // 5: The athaan and iqaamah for salaatul ?Eidayn // Description Of The ?Eid Prayer: // 1: Sunnah before or after the ?Eid prayer: // 2. The takbeer during salatul ?Eidayn // 3: Recitation of Qur?aan in ?Eid prayers // 4: The khutbah of salatul ?Eid // 5: Congratulating one another on the days of ?Eid // 6: Whoever misses salatul ?...

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Terrorism Risk Insurance Program

By: Jeffrey S. Bragg

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Terrorism Risk Insurance Program The Future. -- Recruit/Hire TRIP Staff -- Establish/Implement Claims Procedures -- Establish Audit /Enforcement Procedures -- Policy Surcharge Recoupment Procedures -- Final Rules -- Establish ?Virtual? Company...

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Ofac Civil Penalties Enforcement Information Entities - 31 Cfr 501.805

By: United States Department of the Treasury

Government Reference Publication

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Three Ghost Stories

By: Charles Dickens

Excerpt: ?Halloa! Below there!? When he heard a voice thus calling to him, he was standing at the door of his box, with a flag in his hand, furled round its short pole. One would have thought, considering the nature of the ground, that he could not have doubted from what quarter the voice came; but instead of looking up to where I stood on the top of the steep cutting nearly over his head, he turned himself about, and looked down the Line. There was something remarkable ...

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A Chronicle of Aboriginal Canada : Chapter 3 : The Aborigines of C...

By: Stephan Leacock

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The Wedding Gift

By: Rafael Sabatini

Excerpt: Sir George Jeffreys, Lord Chief Justice of England, looked up from the papers before him, and fixed his melancholy eyes upon his visitor, the Lady Mary Ormington. ?You have done the State a great service, ma'am, said he, his voice gentle, his utterance slow. ?Of that there is no more doubt than that you'll be setting a price on't.? And his red lips?startling red in so pale a face?were twisted never so faintly in a sneer. He was arrayed in his scarlet, ermine?bor...

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Points of Contact between Science and Art : A Lecture Delivered at...

By: Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick, 1802-1865
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