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All Access:A View Through The Lens Vol 2 By Christopher Stets
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A View into Central Ohio's Top Hard Rock bands, Professional Photographer Christopher Stets captures some of the most iconic bands today, this book Features; Downplay, Another Fine Mess, Dressed in... More > Electric, Fella, Fallside, Scrap Gold, Hollywood Red, Fear the Fallen, Saturnine Hello, & Exist Beyond Ruin< Less
American Worldview Alert #9 By Frederick Meekins
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A collection of headlines including the following: (1) Breeding Sows Of The Apocalypse, (2) Authorities Downplay Zombie Alert Warning, (3) Malfunctioning Cruise Ship Becomes One Giant Poop Deck, and... More > (4) Cyborg Murders Girlfriend< Less
Maliit lang ‘yung sa ‘yo, itabi mo, magpadaan ka: Adventures in parataxis By Angelo Suarez
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Adventures in Parataxis is a transcription of the author's exchanges w/ taxi drivers encountered w/in a limited time duration determined by a specific amount of fare money granted by the artistic... More > platform Green Papaya Art Projects. Paratactically juxtaposed in prose, the responses are flattened into continuous paragraph blocks, downplaying attribution or who has said what.< Less
Loss of a Pet: A Ferret Tale By Timothy Smith
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The grieving process of a pet is just as real and painful which often goes unrecognized in today’s society. Often people downplay the loss of the pet to the loss of their loved one. There is... More > no difference. Sometimes the loss of a special animal is trivialized by others as insignificant, as if you don't have a legitimate right to grieve. This behavior applies to children and adults. It is my desire that this picture book will be used as a tool for adults to teach their children and themselves to coming to terms with that loss.< Less
Loss of a Pet: A Ferret Tale By Timothy Smith
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The grieving process of a pet is just as real and painful which often goes unrecognized in today’s society. Often people downplay the loss of the pet to the loss of their loved one. There is... More > no difference. Sometimes the loss of a special animal is trivialized by others as insignificant, as if you don't have a legitimate right to grieve. This behavior applies to children and adults. It is my desire that this picture book will be used as a tool for adults to teach their children and themselves to coming to terms with that loss.< Less
Charles Grandison Finney By G. Frederick Wright
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Charles Grandison Finney by G. Frederick Wright is one of the best biographys on this hero of the Christian faith. This book details the life, ministry, and theology of the greatest revivalists... More > America has ever seen. While Finney’s modern critics always try to downplay his success as an evangelist, this book was written by someone who was actually there in the 19th Century, who knew and worked with Finney for 30 years. Reprinted by www.OpenAirOutreach.com< Less
Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Boss? Chapter 2: Suppressor Boss By Marilyn Haight
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Does your boss criticize, downplay or ignore your ideas? Take credit for your work? If you answered “yes,” you may report to a Suppressor Boss. This is Chapter 2: The Suppressor Boss of... More > the employee survival guide, "Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Boss? How to Survive13 Types." It gives you the information you need for taking control of your work life if you report to a Suppressor Boss. It tells you what behavior to look for; provides three real-life examples of a Suppressor Boss; quizzes you to assess your tolerance level for reporting to this type of boss; and includes survival strategies that you can use right now!< Less
Satan & Lucifer Decoded 2nd Edition By Chris Ward
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Everything you even wanted to know about the difference between Satan and Lucifer, the Old World Order, run by Satan, and the New World Order to be run by Lucifer. This is an End Times prophesy that... More > will bring you up to date on the Global schemes of Satan and Lucifer. What role will the UFOs and aliens play in the end times events? Why is there so much emphasis on legalizing drugs, i.e., marijuana, and hallucinogenic drugs? Why does the government and the church downplay supernatural events while the 1% practice Satanism and human sacrifice? What side should you pick? Ascendance to the Galactic Federations or being Born Again?< Less
Subscription to Love By William Dunlop
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On a sunny Sunday in Perth, two pairs of friends embark on their regular ritual of afternoon drinks. Jamie complains to his best mate, Elliott, of his long history of short relationships and vows to... More > end his trivial chases. Enter Claire and Anna, housemates, who are sick of the flippant foibles of men. Soon, they plough head-on into the dating world, filled with mistrust and fragile egos. Elliott, growing tired of downplaying his love for Jamie, befriends a homeless man and exchanges his lunch for worldly advice. Jamie is enjoying his first date with Claire when his troubled ex-girlfriend, Jessica, comes to ruin their courting chances. As the lovers try to piece their stories back together, fate intervenes and reintroduces Jamie and Claire in such a way that will bind each to the other’s memory forever.< Less
Moving Beyond Pretense: Nuclear Power And Nonproliferation By Strategic Studies Institute, Henry Sokolski
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The President of the United States and nearly all his critics agree that the spread of nuclear weapons and the possibility of their seizure and potential use is the greatest danger facing the United... More > States and the world. Looking at the way government and industry officials downplay the risks of civilian nuclear technology and materials being diverted to make bombs, though, a person would get almost the opposite impression. In fact, most governments have made the promotion of nuclear power’s growth and global development a top priority. Throughout, they have insisted that the dangers of nuclear weapons proliferation are manageable either by making future nuclear plants more “proliferation-resistant” or by strengthening International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) safeguards and acquiring more timely intelligence on proliferators. How sound is this view, though? How useful might civilian nuclear programs be for states that want to get nuclear weapons quickly?< Less