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100 ways to be a man By Nick and Toby Beresford
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"100 ways to be a man" is good clean fun. It's a guide to what it takes to be a man. Whether its a hole in one in golf, rolling a cigar or getting fitted for a suit - you'll be sure to... More > find a few that you've achieved and quite a few more that you haven't. Great stocking filler.< Less
100 ways to look better By Dmitry Lopatnikov
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100 ways that make you lost weight and look better...and same time eat healthy food
100 WAYS TO LAUGH By Zents Sowunmi
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100 WAYS TO LAUGH HAS SEVERAL FUNCTIONS. IT CAN BE READ FOR ENJOYMENT, ENLIGHTENMENT, AND INSPIRATION. I BELIEVE YOU WILL FIND IT THERAPEUTIC, INSPIRING, UPLIFTING,POSITIVE, AND MOST OF ALL,... More > HUMOROUS.< Less
100 ways to Laugh By Zents Sowunmi
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100 Ways to Laugh has several functions. This book can be read for enjoyment, enlightenment, and inspiration. You will find it therapeutic, inspiring, uplifting, positive, and most of all, humorous.
100 Ways To Count the Days By Shelli Spotts
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This is a book for ages 6-8 about 100 things children can count
100 Ways to Be More Creative By Ray Deck III
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Ray Deck III finally got serious about honing his creative abilities when he realized he had been hired to generate and execute new ideas. He started building a list of ways to be more creative. The... More > list became a blog, the first entry of which was published in the spring of 2010 with the disclaimer, "I do not write the things that I know, but the things which I need to learn." Now remixed for print, Ray's 100 Ways to Be More Creative are sure to help elevate your thinking and unstop your imagination. These ways are not meant to be read, but practiced. Ray blogs regularly about culture and creativity at RayDeck3.com.< Less
100 Ways to Conquer College By Erica Jefferson
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So as you have probably heard a million times “College is the best four (five, six, or seven) years of your life so make the most of it!” Most of what I share is for you to learn what not... More > to do. I had to learn the hard way through having a low GPA and a major that I can’t begin to think of what to do with. My goal is to help you avoid the same pitfalls. 100 Ways to Conquer College serves as a key to help you unlock the door to success in your college career.< Less
100 Ways To Save Money By Winsome Duncan
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“It's A Hidden Gem” ***** Eddie Nestor - BBC London Broadcaster 100 Ways To Save Money is a simple road map to making something out of nothing throughout your daily lives. You will... More > learn how to manoeuvre during the harsh terrain that is the economic downturn. Winsome captures her life experiences, which has assisted her to make savvy, cost-cutting savings. This book is ideal for people who want to secure a job. Packed with advice on employability, so whether you want to start up your own business or if you have just been made redundant from work and need direction, you are bound to be inspired. The BONUS ‘Crunch It‘ workbook will help you decide what the next steps to take are, pertaining to your career objectives. www.creditcrunchqueen.com< Less
100+ Ways to Save a Buck By Ahmad Ford
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A quick and easy guide that lists many ways that you can cut your costs and put money back into your pockets.
100 Facts Every Atheist Teen Must Know By 100 Facts
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This book contains facts and ideas on a variety of topics, including: rationality, science, sex, drugs, money, philosophy, cults, religion, politics, and more. Religion sneaks into science classes,... More > marries politics, and guides formulation of laws. Adherents bombard their beliefs upon others in many ways (gods in constitutions, gods on currency, gods in anthems, swearing on bibles, and crosses on motorways), protect paedophiles, are anti-homosexual, cause third-world conflicts, condemn condoms, and promote misogyny. Such evil must stop. This book advocates thinking critically about the world. It urges teenagers to reconsider the policies that they will inherit.< Less