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Remember, Remember

Remember, Remember

Author: J. A. Sharpe

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674019350

Category: History

Page: 230

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Bonfire Night, observed annually to memorialize the Gunpowder Plot, is one of England's most festive occasions. Why has the memory of this act of treason and terrorism persisted for 400 years? Sharpe unravels the web of religion and politics that gave rise to the plot, and wittily shows how celebration of that night has changed over the centuries.

Remember, Remember

Remember, Remember

Author: Lisa Cutts

Publisher: Myriad Editions

ISBN: 9781908434401

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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Remember, Remember, this second book in the DC Nina Foster series (now optioned for a major TV drama) is a taut and gripping police procedural crime novel. Returning to work after recovering from a serious injury, the feisty and determined policewoman is initially assigned to a desk job to keep her out of harm's way. But as she re-visits the investigation of the infamous 1964 Wickerstead Valley train crash, she finds new evidence that might link that fatal accident to a current spate of heroin-related deaths. Tracking down witnesses, she comes face to face with the notorious Rumbly family and uncovers a network of drug dealers who will stop at nothing to protect their criminal empire. With danger mounting at work, Nina's mental and physical capacities are tested to their limits; her home life begins to suffer and she struggles to make time for the new man in her life, Bill Harrison. Brilliantly plotted and fast-paced, Remember, Remember confirms Nina Foster as a heroine for our times and cements Lisa Cutts' reputation as an author of gripping fiction straight from the frontline of modern policing.

Perhaps the Stars

Perhaps the Stars

Author: Ada Palmer

Publisher: Tor Books

ISBN: 9781466858770

Category: Fiction

Page: 854

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From the 2017 John W. Campbell Award Winner for Best Writer, Ada Palmer's Perhaps the Stars is the final book of the Hugo Award-shortlisted Terra Ignota series. World Peace turns into global civil war. In the future, the leaders of Hive nations—nations without fixed location—clandestinely committed nefarious deeds in order to maintain an outward semblance of utopian stability. But the facade could only last so long. The comforts of effortless global travel and worldwide abundance may have tempered humanity's darkest inclinations, but conflict remains deeply rooted in the human psyche. All it needed was a catalyst, in form of special little boy to ignite half a millennium of repressed chaos. Now, war spreads throughout the globe, splintering old alliances and awakening sleeping enmities. All transportation systems are in ruins, causing the tyranny of distance to fracture a long-united Earth and threaten to obliterate everything the Hive system built. With the arch-criminal Mycroft nowhere to be found, his successor, Ninth Anonymous, must not only chronicle the discord of war, but attempt to restore order in a world spiraling closer to irreparable ruin. The fate of a broken society hangs in the balance. Is the key to salvation to remain Earth-bound or, perhaps, to start anew throughout the far reaches of the stars? At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Acting in Musical Theatre

Acting in Musical Theatre

Author: Joe Deer

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317911968

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 396

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Acting in Musical Theatre remains the only complete course in approaching a role in a musical. It covers fundamental skills for novice actors, practical insights for professionals, and even tips to help veteran musical performers refine their craft. Updates in this expanded and revised second edition include: A brand new companion website for students and teachers, including Powerpoint lecture slides, sample syllabi, and checklists for projects and exercises. Learning outcomes for each chapter to guide teachers and students through the book’s core ideas and lessons New style overviews for pop and jukebox musicals Extensive updated professional insights from field testing with students, young professionals, and industry showcases Full-colour production images, bringing each chapter to life Acting in Musical Theatre’s chapters divide into easy-to-reference units, each containing group and solo exercises, making it the definitive textbook for students and practitioners alike.

One-Room School

One-Room School

Author: Sue Simon

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781512749281

Category: Religion

Page: 322

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One Room School began as a daily blog to readers needing encouragement. The collection that comprises One Room School is inspired by Lukes compilation of eyewitness accounts of Jesus life and teachings. Each daily lesson was inspired by the idea of being alone in the classroom, one-on-one with Jesus. The Teachers desire for his students is that they not only listen, but respond with all their body, mind, soul and strength.

EXPOSITION OF HEBREWS VOL 2

EXPOSITION OF HEBREWS VOL 2

Author: A.W PINK

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781618980809

Category: Religion

Page: 680

View: 189

The theme in our studies in Hebrews is, the super-abounding excellence of Christianity over Judaism. The sum and substance, the center and circumference, the light and life of Christianity, is Christ. Therefore, the method followed by the Holy Spirit in this Epistle, in developing its dominant theme, is to show the immeasurable superiority of Christ over all that had gone before. One by one the various objects in which the Jews boasted are taken up, and in the presence of the superlative glory of the Son of God they pale into utter insignificance. We are shown First, His superiority over the prophets, Hebrews 1:1-3. Second, His superiority over angels in Hebrews 1:4 to Hebrews 2:18. Third, His superiority over Moses in Hebrews 3:1-19. Fourth, His superiority over Joshua, Hebrews 4:1-13. Fifth, His superiority over Aaron in Hebrews 5:14 to 7:18.

TeeJay National 5 Mathematics

TeeJay National 5 Mathematics

Author: James Cairns

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781398373433

Category: Education

Page: 250

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Increase students' skills, confidence and chance of success in their National 5 Maths exam, with full course coverage delivered through the trusted TeeJay approach. This book provides hundreds of practice questions, with progression and consolidation - the core TeeJay philosophy - underpinning every exercise and chapter. - Use Book 4+, followed by Book N5, to cover the entire National 5 course - This book can be used alone as a freestanding N5 course in S5 or S6 for students that have covered the Fourth Level content - Chapter Zero revises all of the Fourth Level strands from Book 4+ - Every chapter ends with 'Remember Remember' exercises for revision and assessment - Every third chapter ends with 'Practice Makes Perfect' exercises that consolidate learning across those 3 chapters, plus cumulative exercises based on all chapters up to that point - Plenty of non-calculator exercises are included to enhance numeracy skills - Contains 2 Specimen Exam Papers - Answers for all questions are in the back of the book; answers for the 'Practice Makes Perfect' home exercises and Specimen Exam Papers are available on the TeeJay Maths website

Tattered

Tattered

Author: Chance Hansen

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781490790992

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 26

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Tattered is an old worn-out book that no longer tells a story about transportation. This book now wants to tell you about his adventures and how he’s become the book that is in your hands today.

Remembering to Live

Remembering to Live

Author: M. Cameron Hay

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 9780472026319

Category: Social Science

Page: 360

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Sasaks, a people of the Indonesian archipelago, cope with one of the country's worst health records by employing various medical traditions, including their own secret ethnomedical knowledge. But anxiety, in the presence and absence of illness, profoundly shapes the ways Sasaks use healing and knowledge. Hay addresses complex questions regarding cultural models, agency, and other relationships to conclude that the ethnomedical knowledge they use to cope with their illnesses ironically inhibits improvements in their health care. M. Cameron Hay is a NSF Advance Fellow and an Assistant Adjunct Professor at the UCLA Center for Culture and Health.