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Author: Jean Hunnisett
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Players Press, Us, 1995.
Responsibility: Period Costume for Stage & Screen ; Patterns for Women's Dress, Medieval-1500 : Ill. : Bib
2007. Getting StartedProgrammingEmbedded Systems DesignSerial Communication SubsystemAnalog to Digital Conversion (ADC)Interrupt SubsystemTiming SubsystemAtmel AVR Operating Parameters and Interfacing "With over 60 flaps to lift"--Cover.
On board pages.
Cover title. A complete guide to wineries in every region of the Lone Star state with a description of their vintages, hours, tastings and tours. Reprint of the 1905 ed. published by Harper, New York. Part 1. Throwing it overboard. --
Going deep : throwing out the "next" and the "new" --
Staying faithful : throwing out experience seeking --
Living the dream : throwing out entertainment --
Finding our vocation : throwing out career --
Trusting God : throwing out financial security --
Nurturing healthy relationships : throwing out the Hollywood romance --
Opening our homes : throwing out the picket fence --
Paddling against the current : throwing out respectability --
Part 2. Taking it on. The shared life : taking on all God sends us --
The rhythmic life : taking on discipline and balance --
The simple life : taking on justice, grace, and generosity --
The transformed life : taking on hope for change --
The reconciled life : taking on the work of mending --
The kingdom life : taking on kingdom moments --
Part 3. Launching. Preparing to journey : gathering a crew, knowing your destination, charting a course --
The shape : building a boat --
The wider church : paddling in Synch --
The provisions : sustaining the journey --
On the waka in the wake of Jesus. This is the story of the Urban Vision community in New Zealand. This book recounts the story of a group of young Christian adults who over the last fifteen years have relocated to the colorful ends of their city to share life with those who are struggling, homeless, sick, poor, neglected, or otherwise marginalized. The community has grown over time to seven neighborhoods where on any given day you may find "Urban Visionites" growing vegetables amidst the concrete, teaching English to refugees, offering alternative education programs to out of school teenagers, fostering children, doing church with the homeless, offering friendship to the mentally ill, roasting fair trade coffee, running kids clubs, moms groups, tenant meetings or just sharing yet another cup of tea with their neighbors. In fact sharing is a good summary of the whole shape of this exciting movement. They share homes, food, money, vehicles, jobs, prayers, dreams, conversations, fun, tears, pain, hope, healing, transformation ... they share the whole of life with each other and with their neighbors. They live the gospel, this good news of Jesus. Charlie's little sister Lola likes to stay up late, 'I am not sleepy and I will not go to bed.' she says. Charlie tries everything to get Lola to go to bed - from making tigers pink milk to shooing whales down plug-holes ... Will Lola ever be sleepy and want to go to bed? This second classic Charlie and Lola picture book looks at. "A Bizarro book" --Cover. "Five desperate criminals are robbing one of the last remaining banks in Freedom City, a town devastated by the previous nuclear war. But these are no ordinary criminals. They are members of the House of Cards, an organization designed to help the less fortunate citizens of the city. In a place where the poor are separated from the rich, jobs are as scarce as clean water, and even the doctors are as corrupt as the politicians, the House of Cards are a final beacon of hope in an otherwise hopeless world. Featuring: radiation fetishists, balloon people, mutant crabs, sail-bike road warriors, and a love affair between a woman and an H-Bomb. This is one mean asshole of a city. Welcome to Crab Town." --Page 4 of cover. Includes indexes. [V. 1] Familia Romana --
[v. 2] Latine disco : student's manual --
[v. 3] Grammatica Latina --
[v. 4] Latin-English vocabulary 1 --
[v. 5] Exercitia Latina. Entirely composed in Latin, Part I, Familia Romana, provides an excellent introduction to Latin, including the essentials of Latin grammar and a basic vocabulary of over 1500 words. The thirty-five chapters describe the life of a Roman family in the 2nd century A.D., and culminate in readings from classical poets and Donatuss Ars Grammatica, the standard Latin school text for a millennium. Each chapter is divided into two or three lectiones (lessons) of a couple pages each followed by a grammar section, Grammatica Latina, and three exercises or Pensa. Hans Ørbergs impeccable Latinity, humorous stories, and the Peer Lauritzen illustrations make this work a classic. The book includes a table of inflections, a Roman calendar, and a word index, Index vocabulorum. - Publisher. Katharine Murray's elegant Atlanta home has been viciously vandalized! She's prepared to devote all her time to getting it back in tip-top shape -- until she meets Bara Weidenauer. Once a picture-perfect socialite, Bara has fallen on some hard times. Her husband, Foley, has hightailed it out of their marriage, and she's convinced he'll try to take her for every penny she's got. While scouring her house for anything of value to hide from her greedy ex, Bara finds a box of military medals that once belonged to her father, a beloved war hero. Eager to know the story behind these precious trinkets, she enlists Katharine's help. But as Katharine digs deeper into Weidenauer family history, she discovers that everything Bara believed about her father may have been a lie. And when Foley is found shot to death, Bara's world turns to complete chaos. It's up to Katharine to expose this family's secrets from the past and the present ... or the future will be very grim indeed.