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MBE Crossword Bar Exam Review By Veena Lothe
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Complete MBE Crossword Bar Exam Kit with Bonus Materials Included! This e-book has 100 bar review crossword puzzles that cover all the MBE subjects: torts, constitutional law, contracts, criminal... More > law, evidence, and property. Work these puzzles and you'll experience: *No Pressure Learning! Work these puzzles and the concepts will sink in. *Thorough Review! This is an easy and fun way to review the basic facts of all the MBE subjects. *A Convenient Format! Nothing beats the convenience of an e-book. Print a few puzzles and go. *The Key to Success! The state sections of the bar exam just keep getting harder. Make your MBE study more efficient with this book so you will have more time for the voluminous state materials.< Less
The Tenderloin Bar Experiment By Heather Cummings
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Heather Cummings is the author of the infamous blog, The San Francisco Bar Experiment, in which she documents her attempt to patronize every watering hole in San Francisco. Early in her adventure,... More > she realized The Tenderloin is the heart of San Francisco's drinking culture, with bars ranging from dank and dirty taverns to swanky weekend hot-spots. Determined to have every possible kind of Tenderloin drinking experience, she walked into each bar in the district and named her poison. The Tenderloin Bar Experiment is both a record of her accomplishment and a love letter meant to inspire more people to give this misunderstood neighborhood a chance. Listed in no particular order, the bars in this book are instead arranged so as to lead the reader to undiscovered bars through happenstance and luck. Open any page, and let your own experiment begin.< Less
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Two Men of Sandy Bar: A Drama By Bret Harte
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Francis Bret Harte (August 25, 1836 – May 5, 1902) was an... More > American author and poet, best remembered for his short fiction featuring miners, gamblers, and other romantic figures of the California Gold Rush. In a career spanning more than four decades, he wrote poetry, fiction, plays, lectures, book reviews, editorials, and magazine sketches in addition to fiction. As he moved from California to the eastern U.S. to Europe, he incorporated new subjects and characters into his stories, but his Gold Rush tales have been most often reprinted, adapted, and admired.Bret Harte was born in Albany, New York. He was named Francis Brett Hart after his great-grandfather, Francis Brett. When he was young, his father, Henry, changed the spelling of the family name from Hart to Harte. Excerpt from:< Less
The George Washington University Law School Student Bar Association Student Legal Writing Review 2006 By Various Authors
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This is a compilation of the top submissions in the GW Law school's student bar association writing competition.
Joyland (Hard Case Crime) by Stephen King, a review By Nick Walton
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Stephen King brilliantly transforms a regular crime novel, into an amusement park, with pleasant and unacceptable memories, that teeter you on the edge of his Ferris wheel. When the ride finally... More > stops, you push the bar back, and step off, right inside Stephen King’s, Joyland. You smile for a moment, at the sounds and smells of the fair, but here, joy takes on a different meaning. One that embarks on a role of entertainment, and saving a life becomes profitable. He reaches inside your emotions with unexpected sensitivity to human conditions: lost love, saving lives, family, friendships, mind readers, and fortunetellers. Yes, there are ghosts and murder, but more important is King’s ability to take you on a journey into the narrator’s youthful, past experiences. Joyland captures our desire to find answers to questions that we can’t seem to let go of, especially the painful ones.< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Winter Solstice 2009 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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Winter solstice. For one day we have the shortest amount of light, the most darkness. Then, slowly, resolutely, the sun returns. Mused Winter Solstice 2009 captures the hush as our world prepares... More > for a fresh start. Poetry begins the journey. In Winter Moments we glimpse perfection in a snowy day. Adieu poignantly paints the leaving of a cherished home. For fiction which reflects reality, Blackberry Winter muffles us with "three strikes" in rural Georgia - "a girl, colored, and ugly". Our real life stories are even more compelling. Epileptic Journey traces a family's struggle with seizures. Asylum peeks behind the bars of a psychiatric ward. The artwork of Mused illuminates. Path to Nowhere reveals a New York forest, Gloomy Day a Newfoundland harbor, Rutland State Park a Massachusetts lake. Nancy Dietrich reveals how writing was a life-saving escape from an abusive marriage. As she documented her life stories, "I finally started to gain some distance from each episode. And only then could I start to heal."< Less
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The achingly beautiful cover of timeless trees, earth, flowers and rock, is redolent of Israel’s destiny. This little land, so hallowed in human history, seems the literary and spiritual core... More > of existence to most of humanity. If strife is ever present here, how can there ever be the peace of ancient promise? This land seems to symbolize the eternal quest for harmony where forces of turmoil march ceaselessly. Bar-Lev and Simon explore this theme for us. Cyclamens and Swords will become a treasured classic, echoing as it does so fluently, the longing, fearing and questing that marks these troubled times. Helen Bar-Lev’s poem Beauty sums up the reader’s feelings as we reluctantly finish this special book: “and I,/the ingrate,/ ever insatiable,/implore you,/please,/ show/ me/more.” Katherine L. Gordon Author, Editor, Publisher, Judge and Reviewer, Resident Columnist for Ancient Heart Magazine.< Less
What Not To Write 2012 Supplement for MA By Law Tutors
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Supplement to the popular "What Not to Write" series. Students will review additional essays actually written during the bar exam.
Capital Boozing By Fred Flange et al.
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Are you thirsty? In need of a pint in London but just don't know where to go? Then let us help you... Gathered together in this book are the reviews from the Random Pub Finder from the past few... More > years< Less