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The Merritt Parkway By Michael Zenreich
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The Merritt Parkway - Connecticut's Historic Bridges
The Merritt Parkway By Michael Zenreich
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The Merritt Parkway - Connecticut's Historic Bridges
Jeremy and Lacey Merritt By Lacey Merritt
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The wedding of Jeremy and Lacey Merritt in the Dominican Republic. Majority of pictures taken by Dana Benjamin... dana@dkbimages.com
Jeremy and Lacey Merritt By Lacey Merritt
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The wedding of Jeremy and Lacey Merritt in the Dominican Republic. Majority of pictures taken by Dana Benjamin... dana@dkbimages.com
The Works of Abraham Merritt By Abraham Merritt
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This collection has the following books: The Moon Pool & The Metal Monster Merritt was a major influence on H. P. Lovecraft[7][8] and Richard Shaver, and highly esteemed by his friend and... More > frequent collaborator Hannes Bok, by then a noted SF illustrator. Michael Moorcock and James Cawthorn list The Ship of Ishtar and Dwellers in the Mirage as two of the novels in their book Fantasy:the 100 Best Books, describing the former book as Merritt "at the peak of his powers", and Merritt's work as a whole being full of "memorable images". Gary Gygax, creator of the game Dungeons and Dragons, listed Merritt in "Appendix N" of the Dungeon Masters Guide and often noted that he was one of his favorite fantasy authors. In the Lensman series by E.E. Smith, there is a reference to the novel "Dwellers in the Mirage" in which the protagonist Kimball Kinnison references the book and a quotation from it "Luka--turn your wheel so I need not slay this woman!"< Less
The A. Merritt Collection By A. Merritt
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Contains the following stories: Dwellers in The Mirage, The Face In The Abyss, The Fox Woman, The Metal Monster, The Moon Pool, The People of The Pit, The Pool of The Stone God, Three Lines of Old... More > French, Through The Dragon Glass< Less
Writers of Merritt 2014 By Lake Merritt Creative Writers Group
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A collection of works by the Writers of Merritt - a creative writing group based in Oakland, California
Abraham Merritt, Science Fiction Collection By Abraham Merritt
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Abraham Grace Merritt (January 20, 1884–August 21, 1943) — known by his byline, A. Merritt — was an American Sunday magazine editor and a writer of fantastic fiction. The Science... More > Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame inducted him in 1999, its fourth class of two deceased and two living writers. In this ebook: The Moon Pool The Metal Monster The Face in the Abyss The Ship of Ishtar Seven Footprints To Satan Burn, Witch, Burn! Creep, Shadow! Collected Short Stories< Less
The Golden Rule By Merritt
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Paul, not Jesus, invented modern day Christianity. Jesus (The Master) was a Jew. He was born a Jew. He taught as a Jew and He died as a Jew. During His day He taught the Law. It was His approach to... More > the Law that is one of the many reasons He’s remembered (and that teaching is exposed here). Many replaced Paul’s love and faith in Jesus for living the Christ like life. Religion with its rules and regulations tacitly disguises love as some sort of dominants. (Some religions disguise peace as war.) Want to be a mental prisoner? Religion doesn’t like it if you remain outside its sphere of influence, an issue of control. Religion is suitable for your neighbor but for some it can be inconsistent with your life. But that doesn’t mean you can’t learn from it. Spirituality is the act of being alive. Spiritually has no rules and regulation, and it wishes to dominate nothing yet no one can escape from it. Labels are tasteless, useless and superfluous. What is revealed here is for everybody.< Less
William Merritt Chase: Paintings By Daniel Coenn
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William Merritt Chase was an American painter, notorious as an supporter of Impressionism and also fonder of the Chase School. He worked in all media though was most fluent in oil painting and... More > pastel. Chase as well created watercolor paintings and etchings but is perhaps best known for his portraits, including some of the most important people of his time and members of his own family. In addition to painting portraits, he began painting landscapes in an impressionist manner. Chase typically featured people in his landscapes and depicted them in leisurely poses, relaxing on a bench, on the beach, or lying in the summer grass. His most famed still lifes was dead fish, which he liked to paint against shady surroundings. In addition to his painting, Chase actively developed an attention in teaching and won many honors at home and overseas: he was a member of the National Academy of Design, New York and president of the Society of American Artists.< Less

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The CashPT® Blueprint: How I Built and Scaled a Successful Cash-Based Physical Therapy Practice Even When I Was Told It Was Unethical, a Bad Idea and That No One Would Pay More Than Their Copay for Physical Therapy! The CashPT®... By Aaron LeBauer
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